Monthly Archives: June 2014
A married Pittsburgh couple filed a lawsuit against the city after a police officer tazered and arrested the father, who was removed in mourning his dead son. Approximately two years ago, their son Mileek Grissom, 23, injured in a shooting … Continue reading
Clyde Bennett II, who represent Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter asked Judge Norbert Nadel to dismiss charges. From the 11 months that Hunter served as a juvenile court judge she has been attacked at every turn in a … Continue reading
“Columbus-based criminal defense attorney Javier Armengau, 52, has been accused by five different women of sexual misconduct and stands trial on charges of rape, sexual battery, gross sexual imposition, kidnapping and public indecency.” – New York Daily News, By Sasha … Continue reading
A class action lawsuit was filed June 12, 2014 by lawyer Laura Landenwich of Louisville on behalf of Tabitha Gentry, 32, after a video of her abuse by jailers surfaced. Since the discovery of the video, three more inmates have … Continue reading
Sneek and Peek Warrants: Cops Can Secretly Enter Homes Without Notice as Tyranny Advances and Individual Rights are Trashed
And they hate us for our freedoms.
Wow! I cannot believe we’ve lost all our financial marbles . What’s next $1 dollar coins? 1776 quarters? liberty dimes?
Ebola poised to spread world wide, Medicins Sans Frontieres maybe nearing collapse to contain the outbreak. Poor knowledge of the disease and its spread blamed in the traveler scenario. Without local community helping to prevent the spread it’s impossible to … Continue reading
Pennsylvania, the fifth most corrupt state, ordered it’s health boards to ignore fracking related health complaints. Yet the Supreme Court has vacated the 300 foot rules established on fracking near: wetlands, lakes, rivers and streams. However, the industry is poised … Continue reading
If there existed doubt about Pennsylvania being corrupt to the core, then look further past the latest study, as reported by Fortune Magazine. After he was elected, Governor Tom Corbett the Environmental Impaler let chemical, coal and gas hydraulic fracturing … Continue reading
Chikungunya (chik-en-gun-ye) virus, or CHIKV, discovered in man from Anderson County who had traveled abroad. Six others were also treated for the virus. The virus can be spread by the bites of the ades ageypti mosquito that are more common … Continue reading