Source: Governmental Conspiracies to Violate Civil Rights: A Theory Reconsidered
Most extreme case of criminal activity carried out by a "good old boy network". With no person being criminally charged for their criminal participation.
Failure to Intervene, An officer who purposefully allows a fellow officer to violate a victim’s Constitutional rights may be prosecuted for failure to intervene to stop the Constitutional violation. To prosecute such an officer, the government must show that the defendant officer was aware of the Constitutional violation, had an opportunity to intervene, and chose … Continue reading Failure to Intervene
There is no such thing as a "right" to someone else's property
My witnesses are dying, my hope is fading, my destiny is being made for me. I have no control of how this story ends. I do know that it will be ending soon. Sheriff Weber recently told me there has been an investigation into my allegations since April. The only thing that I … Continue reading If this is not true I would be afraid of defamation charges being brought against me, naw that isn’t going to happen. Lets just ignore this crazy person.
I have to say with the amount of solid evidence that I have posted to this page I find it a little creepy that I have had minimal comments in regard to my story. I do not know if it is because, this happens all the time as some have suggested, if people think this … Continue reading Creepy
03/26/10 A little outdated but still the front page article on their webpage. Public corruption is a breach of trust by federal, state, or local officials—often with the help of private sector accomplices. It’s also the FBI’s top criminal investigative priority. To explain why the Bureau takes public corruption so seriously and how we investigate, … Continue reading Public Corruption Why It’s Our #1 Criminal Priority!