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Mother-of-four, 28, banned from every nightclub in town for being ‘too old to wear skimpy outfits’ – By Nick Enoch Last updated at 1:09 PM on 23rd January 2012

In Uncategorized on January 24, 2012 at 8:49 am

Lisa Woodman has life ban from Mode, Tramps and Velvet (unless she dresses more appropriately) Lisa’s sister: ‘It’s always the same response – “You ain’t getting in tonight, girls”

With a size six figure and 36DD chest, this petite blonde thought she would have no trouble getting into a nightclub.

But 28-year-old Lisa Woodman has been banned from every hotspot in her home town – after being told she is too old to wear skimpy outfits.

The furious mother-of-four was barred from three venues in Worcester, West Midlands, because of her low-cut tops, short skirts and knee-length boots.

Ms Woodman, who is 5ft 3in, admitted she liked to flaunt her figure but claimed her outfits were conservative compared with those of younger girls.

She was left in tears on New Year’s Eve when doormen at Mode turned her away and told her: ‘You’re too old to wear that get-up.’

Ms Woodman has also been banned from the city’s other two nightclubs – Tramps and Velvet.

All three, owned by the same company in Worcester, said the ban will stay unless she tones down her appearance.

The mother-of-four, a medical secretary at a hospital hygiene company, said: ‘What’s wrong with what I wear?

‘I’m not hurting anyone, am I? I am covering everything, and I just want to have a good time.
Ms Woodman, who is 5ft 3in, admitted she liked to flaunt her figure but claimed her outfits were conservative compared with those of younger girls

Ms Woodman, who is 5ft 3in, admitted she liked to flaunt her figure but claimed her outfits were conservative compared with those of younger girls

‘We never cause any trouble and we’ve never been rude to the bouncers.

‘None of the pubs give me any hassle about my outfits so why do the nightclubs have such a problem?’

She added: ‘There were teenagers and girls in their 20s wearing much more revealing outfits but they went straight in.

‘When I asked the bouncers why me and my sister weren’t allowed in, they just said “You’re too old to wear that get-up”. I couldn’t believe it. I’m only 28 and still consider myself young.’

Lisa started hitting the town last year after splitting from her long-term partner and father of her children Josh, 12, Jamie, ten, and daughters Billie, six, and three-year-old Angel.

She had a breast enhancement operation in April and regularly works out in the gym to keep her figure.

‘I always like to look sexy when I go out on the town,’ she said.

‘I split up from my partner last year and I was really upset so I had a boob job in April and got into shape going to the gym and now I just want to flaunt what I’ve got.

‘I normally wear short skirts and one-piece outfits which might be revealing but never show off too much.

‘I like my high-heel boots and mini-skirts. I’ve got loads of them – they usually cost between £20 and £50 but when I let my hair down, I like to look my best.’

Lisa enjoys a night on the town in Worcester once a fortnight with her sister Sarah, 32.

They usually try to end the evening at Mode, Tramps, or Velvet.

But Lisa claims some of the doormen have humiliated her when turning her away.

She said: ‘One doorman even made me walk up and down and turn around in front of people laughing at what I was wearing.

‘I was totally in shock and really humiliated. I look after myself and I’m only 28. I just want to be treated with a bit of respect.

Mode (above), along with Velvet and Tramps – Worcester’s three nightclubs – have all given Lisa Woodman a life ban unless she ‘makes an effort’ with her choice of clothing

Dean Hill, director of Nexum Leisure, which runs the clubs (including Tramps, above), said: ‘We expect people to make an effort and we have a dress code of smart casual’
Lisa started hitting the town last year after splitting from her long-term partner and father of her children Josh, 12, Jamie, ten, and daughters Billie, six, and three-year-old Angel. Pictured above, Velvet nightclub

‘I rang the nightclub to complain but they just don’t listen.

‘The door staff told me I was banned for life unless I dress differently. It’s outrageous.’

Her sister Sarah, a mother-of-one, said: ‘If we were rude to the bouncers, they really would never let us in, so we’re always polite and say “Hi, how are you?”

‘But it’s always the same response – “You ain’t getting in tonight, girls”.’

Yesterday, nightclub bosses defended their ban, saying they had a ‘responsible door policy’.

Dean Hill, director of Nexum Leisure, which runs the clubs, said: ‘We expect people to make an effort and we have a dress code of smart casual.

‘It is the venue managers who are on the doors – they make decisions on the doors based on our policies.

‘They make judgements based on someone’s behaviour, their dress, if they’re abusive and whether they have ID.

‘And that is to make sure all our customers have a good night.

‘At the end of the day, it’s private premises and we reserve the right to refuse entry for anyone.’

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It’s good to have separation of pub types to better specialise the attending demographic but maybe they should have who is allowed to enter or not made very clear so that this sort of embarrassing exchange does not occur. This woman should open her own pub and invite all those mothers with kids who were recently divored that are 28 years and above to visit (I’m sure Lisa herself would also limit the maximum age at some point so make it clear . . . ). This is obviously a :

(1) ageism (quasi-pedo feel if so – no persons 23 years or older allowed) or
(2) divorced maritial status or
(3) parental status discrimination (you have kids, so not allowed to socialise . . . )

;case that could get Lisa a bit of compensation to start your own pub with. To think England was supposed to be inclusive or what not. It’s no better than some parts of the 3rd world in England after all! Talk about narrow communalism when they are pushing intergenderism or mixed toilets in schools, double standards have never been so glaring! More pantless days (how about every Sunday?) ! More topless and bottomless pubs! More strip poker outlets.

So whats the big deal about a 28 year old divorcee with kids who’s obviously not too frightful looking entering a pub? Pubs are supposed to be PUBLIC where every and anyone can enter – put up those :

(1) Age Limit (tween only, teen only, below 21 only, above 21 only, below 23 or 35 only . . . whatever baloney)
(2) Martial Status (no married people allowed, only married people – swingers – allowed)
(3) Parent basis
(4) No LGBTs
(5) No non-Caucasians / No Caucasians
(6) No dogs, cats or pets
(7) No uncool cars (i.e. must be modified or sports etc.. – ‘car dress code’)

. . . no entry for such persons/objects signs up y’hear – wheres the PC police when you need them . . .

Though all inclusive 100% real pubs, should be givenall sorts of incentives etc. to celebrate their PC-ness. The more groups allowed in, the more benefits or leeway from government, its a nod or frown paradigm not a road block and armed thugs concept. Civil society.

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Caught with six kilos of cannabis and you could still avoid jail By Tom Whitehead, Home Affairs Editor 12:01AM GMT 24 Jan 2012

In Uncategorized on January 24, 2012 at 8:31 am

Drug runners and dealers could avoid prison even if caught with heroin, cocaine or thousands of pounds worth of cannabis.

Sentencing guidelines issued today say that offenders who play a “limited” role in gangs could face community orders for intent to supply Class A drugs.

Dealers caught with 6kg of cannabis, valued at £17,000 and enough to fill 30,000 joints or keep an average user in supply for 17 years, could also avoid prison.

The sentences on drug “mules” will be cut substantially, while workers in small cannabis “farms” could escape custody.

Courts will be told for the first time to reduce sentences for cannabis possession if it is being used for medicinal purposes.

The guidelines maintain tough sentences for gang leaders and those who sell directly to the public, especially to children.

Rank and file police leaders said the guidelines were “daft” and warned that gang leaders would be able to escape jail by claiming that they were lesser members.

Peter Smyth, the chairman of the Metropolitan branch of the Police Federation, said: “How can a court be expected to differentiate between the person who says I am very low in the chain and those high up?

“No matter how big a role I played, if I was in their shoes and arrested for drugs I would say I was a low-level player or forced into it. If they can see a loophole then of course they will go through it.”

The guidelines, which come into effect next month, have been drawn up by the Sentencing Council and detail how the role and quantity of drugs should impact on sentencing.

They were written after research for the council concluded that the public had “little support” for custody for possession offences or long prison terms for “small-scale supply” offences.

The publication comes after Sir Richard Branson, the Virgin chief executive, said in The Daily Telegraph that drugs should be decriminalised to free the police to tackle other crimes.

Under the guidelines, courts are being told to treat those who perform “lesser” roles more leniently. They include minor members of drug-dealing gangs, such as a runner who ferries drugs from one gang member to another, someone who has “no influence on those above in the chain” or someone who has been coerced.

Low-level operatives caught with 6kg of cannabis, 20 Ecstasy tablets, valued at £80, or five grams of heroin, valued at £300, or five grams of cocaine, valued at £250, are likely to receive a community sentence.

People who supply similar amounts to friends for no personal gain could also avoid prison.

The amounts have been significantly reduced since the Sentencing Council published draft guidelines last year when the levels proposed were 50 grams of Class A drugs and up to 99 Ecstasy pills.

The final document also stressed that those who supplied directly to drug users and for a profit, such as street dealers or more significant criminals in the drug trade, could expect prison sentences.

Those selling Class A drugs face a starting point of four and a half years, with up to 16 years for a single incident, depending on the quantity of drugs involved.

For the first time, anyone dealing to those aged under 18 will also face tougher treatment by judges.

Offenders in a leading role in the production or cultivation of 11lb (5kg) of heroin or cocaine or tens of thousands of Ecstasy tablets could face up to 16 years in prison, with a starting point of 14 years’ custody.

Those producing industrial quantities of cannabis for commercial purposes could also face up to 10 years in jail under the new guidelines.

Minor members of gangs operating cannabis farms of up to 28 plants could be given a community penalty.

The guidelines also state that possessing cannabis “to help with a diagnosed medical condition” is a mitigating factor.

Drug “mules” who can argue they were vulnerable targets and exploited by organised gangs may also receive a lighter sentence.

Such offenders, often women forced or tricked into the crime, caught bringing in up to 1kg of Class A drugs would face a starting point of six years instead of the 11 for those playing a more significant role in the trafficking.

Lord Justice Hughes, the deputy chairman of the Sentencing Council, said: “Drug offending has to be taken seriously. Drug abuse underlies a huge volume of acquisitive and violent crime and dealing can blight communities.

“Offending and offenders vary widely so we have developed these guidelines to ensure there is effective guidance for sentencers and clear information for victims, witnesses and the public on how drug offenders are sentenced.

“Drug dealers can expect substantial jail sentences.”

The Association of Chief Police Officers said the move offered police “consistent guidance yet still provides the courts with flexibility to deal with each case on its own merits where appropriate”.

Martin Barnes, the chief executive of DrugScope, said: “We have long had concerns about the numbers of women involved in low-level supply and other offences as a result of violence and intimidation: far too many end up in the courts and in our prisons.

“We believe that these guidelines are a positive step forward in addressing this problem.”

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The whole drugs industry could be destroyed if they teach people how to grow their own (no more crime to gain money to buy – they’ll learn to grow and wait for the leaves and sap to mature etc..) AND make drugs available from government as well, at dirt cheap prices. Further impositions of social culture based discouragement (never prohibit but actively discourage) such as making drug users not be allowed to serve in the NON-CONSCRIPTED army, or drug users not be allowed to enter honour/awards rolls of the non-user demographic – i.e. we have discipline and are thus better, that sort of thing. ‘Soft power’. Because ‘hard power’ is too much fun, drug wars are just too engaging, make it legal and a culture or status issue and the whole thing ends though one might say that people will end up being stoned and farming more, not very productive but better than destructive crime.

Don’t jail at all simply because it costs too much, these are not violent criminals who need physical walls and bars to keep them from harming others, but do assign them to gardening related work instead of prison at all, if prison is just an excuse for brainwash sessions.

Burglar broke into house, raped student as she slept by her boyfriend, and attacked two other women the same night By Suzannah Hills Last updated at 3:24 PM on 20th January 2012

In better judgments, cyborg, film, if not contrived, synchronicity, Technology on January 22, 2012 at 6:23 pm

Rape victim briefly woke up and ‘felt a man’s arms around her and thought it was her boyfriend’ Boyfriend awoke to find the rapist still in bed next to them and chased him out the flat before calling police. Cat burglar sexually assaulted three women in one night after creeping over roofs to break into houses

Rapist: Travis Gotting was branded ‘unpredictable and volatile’ by a judge after sexually assaulting three women

A cat burglar sexually assaulted three young women in a night of terror after creeping along rooftops to break into their homes, a court heard.

Travis Gotting, 20, broke into two different student houses where he sexually assaulted the young women and stole items from around their apartments.

Reading Crown Court heard he even started having sex with one of the women as she lay sleeping with her boyfriend lying next to her in bed before the couple awoke and chased him from their home.

Gotting was yesterday told by a judge that he was ‘unpredictable and volatile’ and will serve a minimum of four years in prison for the public’s protection before he can be considered for release.

The court was told Gotting, from Shinfield, Reading, who admitted burglary, rape and sexual assault, had been seen clambering over the rooftops of homes in an area popular with students studying at Reading University.

He then climbed into one flat through an unsecured window and sneaked into the second floor bedroom of a 20-year-old student as she slept following a heavy night out.

Jailed: Travis Gotting, 20, was imprisoned for a minimum of four years by Judge Stephen John at Reading Crown Court

Prosecutor Sandra Beck said:

‘She became aware of someone saying to her “hello baby”. [[[ *** bwah haha . . . ooo I can’t resist . . . – lemme repeat the script from – Mortal Kombat I (1995) *** ]]]

Sonya Blade (Bridgette Wilson-Sampras) : Wheres’s Kano?

Kano (Trevor Goddard d.2003) : Uh, hurr durr, Hello baby . . . did you miss me?”

The Movie wasn’t on so ‘Entity’ (Not Auntie . . . ) replies instead : In Nigeria !

Islamist insurgents kill over 178 in Nigeria’s Kano
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/01/22/us-nigeria-violence-idUSTRE80L0A020120122?feedType=RSS&feedName=topNews&rpc=71).

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She had gone to bed alone. ‘She felt hands upon her, she felt the person touch her under her pyjamas.’

The startled victim woke up and ordered Gotting out of her room. Gotting then crept into the room of her 20-year-old flatmate, who lay asleep in bed with her boyfriend.

Miss Beck added: ‘She awoke and felt a man’s arms around her and thought it was her boyfriend.

‘She was half asleep and thought no more of it.

‘She had a recollection of having sex from behind and at some point she fully woke up and her recollection was that there was a stranger between them.

‘Gotting got up and said something about being in “Dave’s house”. Her boyfriend chased him out and called the police.’

Gotting escaped with a number of items stolen from the property, in Earley Road, Reading, and half an hour later struck at another home just 100 yards away in nearby Donnington Road.

He then entered a room where two sisters were sleeping and when one awoke he told her that the landlord had given him permission for him to stay.

But when the 21-year-old woman bent down to get him a sleeping bag, Gotting touched her bottom, so the sisters ordered him to leave.

After he’d left they noticed items were missing – including cash, an iPod and a mobile phone.

Miss Beck said both women from the first house targeted by Gotting no longer felt safe in their own homes.

The first of Gotting’s victims had been so traumatised by her ordeal that she had abandoned her studies altogether and moved back in with her parents.

In a statement read to the court, she said: ‘I could no longer continue living in Reading. I had to quit university, all the effort that I put into my degree has been abandoned.’

The second victim, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, said: ‘I am paranoid about open windows, I suffer from anxiety and I am constantly on edge.’

Judge Stephen John said Gotting displayed a ‘limited understanding’ of his sexual offending.

He told him: ‘You are unable to explain your motivation for the serious and repeated sexual offending behaviour, your victims being vulnerable and unknown females.

‘You were not deterred by being confronted by your victims when they woke up, going on to commit further offences.’

Judge John jailed Gotting for a minimum of four years – and he will not be released until he can prove he is no longer a risk to the public.

He said: ‘This is the minimum period you must serve before you can even be considered for release.

‘It may be much longer, and it will be unless you can prove you are not a danger to the public.

‘Unless you can do so you may never be released.’

FOUR YEARS?!!! castrate then hang him

– YUMMY MUMMY , KENT, 20/1/2012 14:58
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Looks like a photograph of the Royal Berks hospital to me. Clearly hospital food is the latest thing in criminal deterence.

– Baz, Shropshire, 20/1/2012 14:58
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Our judges would seem to prefer to keep US in fear in our homes – justifying more represssive laws etc – than deal with crime by actually putting the criminals in jail for periods that reflect the seriousness of their crimes.

– Eric Murphy, London, UK, 20/1/2012 14:57
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Bizarre sentence. Judge must be sober on the job

– zakhaj, rhyl, 20/1/2012 14:51
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FOUR YEARS?!!! Four flaming years for Rape, Burglary and Sexual Assault? What in the name of God do you have to do to get punished properly in this country? My sympathy to the poor girls who’s lives and personalities are now completely changed thanks to this scum.

– Sharron, Yorkshire, 20/1/2012 14:49
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Pearl, Brighton: “For all the outraged commentators – this offender has been given an Indeterminate sentence – to serve no less than 4 years. He cannot be released before the 4 years is up and *then* only if he can demonstrate his risk to the public is significantly reduced” – Yes we understand that, thank you. the point is not that he was given an indeterminate sentence, but that he should have got at least 20 years before being considered for release. It’s not about risk, it’s about punishment. Should be, anyway.

– David Bourke, Rochester, Kent., 20/1/2012 14:49
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4 yrs ? he should have got 30 yrs !!!! sack the judge !!

– robert, stockport, 20/1/2012 14:48
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4 years FOUR YEARS !!! castrate then hang him evil scum he will do it again definitely. scumbags like these deserve the death sentence

– YUMMY MUMMY , KENT, 20/1/2012 14:48
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Will some one start a petition, TO BRING BACK THE BIRCH, This scum should have 20 lashes PLUS 4 years, the only way to stop them

– daleabb, Nottingham, 20/1/2012 14:48
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Should be flogged and castrated.

– Fang, uk, 20/1/2012 14:48

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Look at all the violent inequitable feminist suggestions. Whipping or flogging the women is not what the attacker did so why whip or flog the offender. Nor did the offender cut off the genitals of these women, so how could the above women be so vicious as to suggest castration? Whats this FGM nonsense? (Little wonder Nigeria . . . )

I say determine if that rapist is not someone who enjoys anal sex first (if he does get something he doesn’t want to rape him by – there must be something even a rapist hates) get some feminists to put on dildos and do the same rape with the 3 victims as an audience to help collect their dignity (if it can even help). This saves the taxpayer 4 years of paying for this guy’s prison costs. Eye for eye tooth for tooth, – so a rape for a rape and maybe repairs for anything broken during the break in.

Next sentencing! (BTW a Mortal Kombat ‘House’ or series where all characters are alive and well and friendly had better be set up with a pleasant script otherwise Kano will become as taboo a word as Voldemorte . . . Harry Potter the series didn’t work in any good measure against the astral/ethereal AT ALL IMHO- *TEP*!)

Homeless man who ‘skinned and ate cat found camping in rave venue wearing its tail and intestines as a necklace’ By Damien Gayle Last updated at 11:42 AM on 20th January 2012

In Uncategorized on January 22, 2012 at 6:11 pm

Arrested: Russell Christopher Hofstad allegedly skinned and ate a cat while camping inside a Phoenix rave venue

A homeless man has been arrested after he allegedly skinned and ate a cat while camping inside a warehouse.

The building’s owners called police after they opened the warehouse in Phoenix, Arizona, which doubles as a music venue, on Wednesday and heard blaring music.

Entering the property, officers found Russell Christopher Hofstad inside with his face painted and the cat’s tail and some of its intestines around his neck.

Officers found the rest of the cats remains in the middle of the warehouse. According to the police report, seen by the Pheonix New Times, ‘the cat had been skinned and gutted.

‘The internal organs were on ice in a cooler used to hold water. There were screwdrivers and clippers next to the cat’s body.

‘There was a leg missing, and [Hofstad] was wearing the tail around his neck on a rope along with a piece of the cat’s internals.’

Hoffstad told officers he killed the cat because he was hungry, police claimed.

He allegedly said he’d clubbed the animal with a stick and used a butcher’s knife he’d found to skin and gut it.

Venue: Hofstad was arrested at this Pheonix warehouse, where he also allegedly let off fire extinguishers and left empty alcohol bottles throughout the building

Police claim Hofstad also said he was going to use its skeleton as party decorations. He was arrested on suspicion of burglary and animal cruelty.

The Arizona Republic reports Hofstad told officers had been released from jail on January 10 and had nowhere to go.

He allegedly decided to camp in the building because he had attended raves there.

Court documents seen by the paper said Hofstad also let off fire extinguishers and left empty alcohol bottles throughout the building.

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If he killed the cat quickly and without intention to cause pain, he should be let off. He was hungry and in some ways helping keep the stray population down. Now the taxpayer has to pay for a jail stint for this guy?!? How about giving the guy a break? Not everyone is a uniform taxpayer supported type, he’s a good fellow at heart probably. Suspicion of Burglary allows arrest? Where are his civil rights? Innocent until proven guilty, so how could he be arrested? Stop this selective bullying of the poor, though wearing properly skinned and cured tails as boas is sorta tolerable, the wearing of intestines is kinda incriminating . . . he probably needs a word or 2 to help him think this through at most, and to refill the fire extinguishers (stop being such a kid but this is not a jail worthy offence either), but not jail at taxpayer’s expense which has no relation to his issues if any.

Peacocks, Prostitutes & TVs Found In Mexican Prison – The Australian – 8 November 2011

In Uncategorized on January 21, 2012 at 2:24 pm
ACAPULCO, Mexico — A surprise search at an Acapulco prison netted two peacocks, 100 fighting cocks, 19 prostitutes, 100 plasma TVs and two sacks filled with marijuana, authorities told journalists on Tuesday. Police found six female inmates living in the male part of the prison, which was also the section where the peacocks were found, the BBC reported. Police in the Mexican resort city also found several bottles of alcohol and knives, The Associated Press reported. Guerrero state spokesman Arturo Martinez says federal and state police searched the prison before dawn Monday. Martinez didn’t say how the women, birds and the other banned objects got into the prison. He referred to the peacocks as “pets.” In July, prisoners in the northern state of Sonora were found to be raffling off a luxury cell fitted out with an air conditioner, refrigerator and DVD player, according to the BBC. The resort city has been plagued by crime since last year when gangs began fighting for control after the arrest of Edgar Valdez Villarreal, also known as “La Barbie.” Cock fighting is popular in parts of Mexico.
 
 
 
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Eye for eye tooth for tooth. If someone had been torturing others sexually by withholding access to partners, the punishment of disallowing sex in turn would be relevant.
 
But for entirely unrelated offenses like robbery or smuggling, a relevant punishment like helping to search for, or at least sort and number stolen or smuggled goods of equal value would be more relavant. Prostitutes should be legal in prison especially to the unmarried as they do much to lessen the aggression factor between inmates by relaxing sexual tension.
 
Unless prison is intended to be a sexual discipline centre, there is not reason to deny inmates access to sex, thus prostitutes or interactions between male inmates and female inmates at least are relevant. Very much like incarceration or fines (denial of access to pets, denial of general entertainment) do not address the reasons for some crimes, especially victimless crimes, denial of release of sexual tension or having access to emotional comfort of pets (though pets should also have access to similar species to socialise, their stints with ‘owners’ – employers more than anything else a form of WORK that requires compensation . . . ), and general entertainment (though selection of certain programmes specific to their offense should be prevented) in prisons is equally meaningless.
 
Riots, killings and breakouts will be less likely if prisoners are entertained or have something to occupy themselves with. Include chain gang stints (though not under inhumane conditions and with consideration for the inmates’ health) as well to make them productive. With all that pent up energy, little wonder the riots, killings and breakouts. Incarceration worst of all, costs money to the taxpayers and ethically and morally, it is unconstitutional to apply punishments that do not address the causes of specific crimes, results in a 3rd world paradigm of punishment, waste of resources. There should be no issue with the ‘finds’ above.

Rubbish police snatched my bin because it was 3ft out of place – by Colin Fernandez – 28th September 2011

In Uncategorized on January 18, 2012 at 3:07 pm

A load of old rubbish: Jane Pugh, from Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, was fined £30 by her local council when her bin was found to be two feet out of place Putting out the bins is not normally a chore that requires any great level of precision. But it is in the case of single mother Jane Pugh, who had her wheelie bin confiscated by the council for health and safety reasons after it was left three feet away from what was deemed the correct spot. To add insult to injury, the council demanded that she pay a £30 ransom for its return. The stand-off began in August when freelance writer Mrs Pugh found her bin had gone missing from the communal alleyway behind her house in Ansdell, in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire.

When she phoned up Fylde Council to report the loss, she was told the bin had been confiscated because it had been left in the wrong place. The official warned her to keep it in her back garden or face a fine of up to £1,000. Last night Mrs Pugh, 47, said: ‘I found the whole thing bonkers. I really couldn’t work out where I was supposed to put it. ‘I’ve got a really small garden and no garage so I had no choice but to put it in the back alley.’ After pointing out that the council’s edict was impractical, her bin was returned. A member of the council’s waste enforcement team also visited Mrs Pugh and agreed she could keep the bin in a smaller passage, known as a ginnel, leading off the main alleyway. But to ensure that she was complying with the new restrictions, council officials were secretly dispatched to inspect the alleyway five times to check she had kept the agreement. And it was not long before Mrs Pugh found, once again, that her bin had gone missing.

Wheeled away: The alley, with the smaller passage (centre) which leads to Mrs Pugh’s house She explained: ‘It seemed like too much of a coincidence so I emailed the council saying, “Why have you taken it again?” ‘And they came back with a long explanation that they have been inspecting the alley on a weekly basis, which I find baffling in itself, and that my bin was found to be out of place. They said on three out of five occasions the bin was found to be in the incorrect position and they’d even taken photographs. ‘It was like they were hoping to catch me out. The bin was only three foot from where it should have been.’ This time Mrs Pugh was told she would have to pay a £30 ‘release fee’ to get her bin back. She said: ‘The reasoning of the council is just bizarre – especially as officials were making frequent visits to check on the progress of my wheelie bin. Mrs Pugh said she found the whole thing bonkers and could not keep to the council’s edict because she had no room in her garden Mrs Pugh said she found the whole thing bonkers and could not keep to the council’s edict because she had no room in her garden ‘The fact is the bin had merely moved a few feet, not, as one would imagine, several miles.

‘I’m a busy single mum and I’ve got enough to do without frequently having to go into the back alley and check my bin is OK. ‘Am I supposed to go out every day to make sure no one has moved my bin?’ Since her bin was confiscated, Mrs Pugh has had to double-bag all her rubbish, put it in the car and drive it to the tip. A spokesman for Fylde Council said the bin had been removed following ‘a number of complaints’ but that Mrs Pugh could now get it back without charge. The spokesman added: ‘We would prefer not to waste public resources on minor issues of this nature and are quite happy to return the bin to the householder once again if she is prepared to stick to her agreement.

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If she is prepared to stick to her agreement? She has not agreed to be subject to a stolen bin or to pay for council services that STEAL her bin. It’s time to give the local government and local council the sack. It is time to remove all of the policy abusers. Perhaps a mass boycott of the council’s dustmen in favour of citizen created rubbish collection services? How much does a rubbish truck cost? How much does a driver and collector cost to hire? Drop the idiots who steal bins and open your own profiyable non-abusive business. In fact compete with the Dustmen by offering the same service at lower price until the colluding contractors become redundant. This is imposition of a ‘fear’ by threat of force (burglary of a bin in this case), mindset on the citizens if anything.

The councillor wants to control 3 feet of space? Vote the entire government and it’s abusive policy setters and colluding contractors out instead. The alternative is that people like Mrs Pugh get herself elected into office and then FIRE all neglectful councillors that allow such thefts and allow supercilious impositions of rules’ without amendments to occur, FIRE all spokesmen (who by being willing to be used by such Councils are not much better) and presumptuous ‘dustmen’ (who could have in spirit of the law REFUSED to take away bins but inconsiderately did. If the bureaucrat and quangocrat, even judiciary dishing out expensive jail term sentences that cost the taxpayer so much to enrich the prison contractors, don’t stop attacking the citizens, the citizens will attack them and make them into the pariahs they are.

In fact if enough independent MPs who understand and are in touch with such issues work together, the tax system could be overhauled (i.e. removed) as well, or limitless terms for MPs and especially Councillors ended, bureaucrat salaries lowered to (example : no more than 3 times average wage for the Cabinet, 2 times for senior management, 1.5 times for management and 1 time for all others). A bureaucrat’s salary should be no more than 3 times average wage. See below link for institutionalized corruption.

Average Wage Discrepencies With Reality http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1581439054619&set=o.36665503866&type=1 Don’t tell the citizens anyone deserves anything more than the average wager much less free luxury services at the taxpayer’s expense. Time to take out the garbage in government.

Parents back the teacher cleared of sex attacks and slam his treatment as ‘disgusting’ – by James Tozer – 28th Sep 2011

In Uncategorized on January 18, 2012 at 2:39 pm

Acquitted: Teacher Peter Wilson had unfounded allegations made against him Parents of children taught by the teacher forced to move away from his family over unfounded sex allegations have branded his treatment ‘disgusting’. They insisted yesterday that Peter Wilson, who was acquitted of touching girls in his primary school class, and his wife Clare were excellent teachers.

The 35-year-old remains suspended from the classroom – as does Mrs Wilson, 29, simply for being married to him. One father said: ‘Mr Wilson is a great teacher. ‘He’s taught two of my kids and they thought he was great. He’s very friendly – but that’s his style of teaching. It’s all been blown out of proportion. ‘You don’t get many young male teachers in primary schools and I hope we see him back here soon.’ An unnamed mother said: ‘It’s shocking that they wouldn’t let him live with Clare and their son. I think what social services did is disgusting, he’ll never get those first few months back. ‘I just hope they can put it all behind them now and start to rebuild their lives.’ Teacher pulled out special needs pupil’s hair and wrapped it round voodoo doll in front of horrified children Another woman with children at the school added: ‘It’s fantastic that Mr Wilson has been cleared.

‘We never thought he was guilty of anything, but we don’t understand why he’s still suspended. Anguish: Mr Wilson, pictured with a woman believed to be his wife Clare, leave court after an earlier hearing ‘Also, it’s really unfair that Clare was suspended too. It didn’t have anything to do with her. ‘She’s a lovely, lovely woman and she’s really missed in reception where she teaches.’ Mr Wilson was suspended from the school in Blackpool – which cannot be named for legal reasons – last year after young girls accused him of kissing them and patting them on the bottom. He insisted he had simply been trying to encourage pupils with a clasp of the shoulder, a hug or a pat on the back, and said the allegations that his actions were sexually motivated were ‘probably malicious’.

Cleared: It took a jury just 20 minutes to acquit Mr Wilson at Preston Crown Court

While Mr Wilson was awaiting trial earlier this year, his wife gave birth to their first child and social services made him agree not to live with them for eight months. After he was acquitted on Monday of indecently assaulting five girls, the teacher spoke emotionally about his ‘horrible ordeal’. However, neither Mr Wilson nor his wife is likely to return to the classroom for many months.

Blackpool council has only now launched an investigation and both teachers remain suspended while it is carried out. It has refused to rule out referring Mr Wilson to the General Teaching Council, which could launch disciplinary action against him. The couple declined to comment yesterday at their £250,000 house in nearby Thornton Cleveleys.

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Here is someone who should get appropriate compensation. And at the expense of the the accuser, quangocrat or judiciary which fouled up rather than the tax payers via the court compensation system. This way true justice can be done, and the pain will be felt by the abusers and those who misjudged rather than the tax payers. This will also make those inclined to such behaviour or carelessness in judgment think very carefully before embarking on a campaign of sabotage at the taxpayer’s expense.

Probate Court: The Largest Business in the World – by Danny Tate on November 3, 2011 *AND* General Pricing Problems with the 1% Oriented, 99% Neglecting Legal System and a ‘Salary Based Charges’ Solution – 6th March 2012 by – by @AgreeToDisagree

In 1% tricks and traps, 99%, bad laws, best practices, checks and balances, Equitable Distribution, equitable political power distribution, equitable wealth distribution, Invasive Laws, neutral spaces, opaque system, preventing vested interest, Socialism, spirit of the law, too damn high, unreasonable fines, vested interest, Wealth distribution on January 17, 2012 at 8:11 am
ARTICLE 1
The deepest, darkest, dirtiest, yet wealthiest secret of our government. Consider this, the probate court is the largest business in the world, for through its portals pass the entire wealth of the world, sooner or later. Now, pay close attention: In this post, I will mathematically prove this allegation. Though this well-kept secret does not appear in the Fortune 500’s list, the probate court trumps them all, including Wal-Mart, Wall Street, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet. These businesses and individuals are all dwarves compared to the probate court. Follow carefully, for this will help the reader understand and comprehend the magnitude of the “business of the court”, specifically the probate court. Now, before I lay out a hypothetical (ball-park) figure of the gross annual income of the probate court, you must understand that the probate court is the most unaccounted for court; for there is typically no jury, no oversight and a judge vested with an authority that is typically void of credibility to adjudicate the matters before their court. If they are not in possession of mathematical credentials and certification that surpass those of its practitioners, then what credentials must they possess to be qualified for the probate bench?
A superior knowledge of the law should be a given. Yet, with factoring in an almost unaccounted for court overseeing the largest business in the world, it invites corruption, and a subversion of the law becomes a rule as opposed to the exception. Let me interject here that in Davidson County, TN, where the 7th Circuit Court’s bench is occupied by a man who, from inside information, graduated in the lower half of his class from Nashville School of Law, Judge Randy Kennedy is not a scholar, but a politician, and this further invites and suggests lack of interest in the citizenry and favor towards its practitioners and all state agencies that do business in the court, including our Attorney General, Robert E. Cooper, Jr. (we will present evidence in a future post that puts Cooper and Kennedy “in bed” together, thus no accountability from our highest state law enforcement public servant). Judge Jim Everett, two probate judges back, committed suicide in the home of notorious organized corruption king-pin Jimmy Lewis’ home, when the TBI (Tennessee Bureau of Investigation) initiated investigations into his actions that are insignificant compared to the corruption Judge Randy Kennedy facilitates and cooperates in routinely. Judge Kennedy is tied directly to Jimmy Lewis, as is Paul Housch, Adam Dread, all one-time attorneys for Jimmy Lewis. There are other probate practitioners attached to this world of organized corruption. Judge Jim Everett Suicide–Nashville Scene, January 18, 1996 http://www.nashvillescene.com/nashville/desperately-seeking-the-news/Content?oid=1180198
Now I present the mathematical equation that represents the probate court as being the largest business in the world: In a discussion with respected journalist and probate blogger, Lou Ann Anderson, she represented the amount of money that passes through one probate court in Houston, TX, a county that has THREE probate courts, and this is from just ONE of those courts in one county. Lou Ann Anderson’s’ testimonial must start with her involuntarily thrust into the probate hell: “At a point, I traded in the PTO and Junior League for political activism and a‘concealed carry’ license. Who knew that EstateofDenial.com and learning more about quiet, stodgy, seemingly boring probate venues would expose a corrupt system of which the American public is largely unaware despite it posing a growing, unbridled threat to both their individual liberties and property rights.” She reports from Estate of Denial: In October 2006, Harris County (Houston) Probate Judge Mike Wood – a controversial figure in his own right – testified before the Texas Senate Committee on Jurisprudence and offered interesting insight to the “probate business.” He told of a 1995 analysis indicating that assets and inventories filed for his approval (and not necessarily including all independently administered estate assets which also he supervises) were approximately $750 million per quarter.
He said the $3 billion annual figure held true five years later. While this court was described as “probably one of the busiest probate courts in the nation,” that still is a staggering number and to extrapolate even a far-diminished dollar amount to the massive number of probate courts throughout this country helps illustrate the wealth controlled by this venue. Now, consider that Judge Randy Kennedy brags often of his court having “more conservatorships than any probate court in the state”, while Shelby County has a population of 1 million, far more populated than Davidson County. This approximate calculation of the wealth of the probate court was presented last year at Impeach Randy Kennedy, but in the light of recent activity, it’s important to bring this issue back up. Let’s assume every county has one probate court, though the county referred to in Estate of Denial has three probate courts. One probate court, our of three, does 3 billion/year in this county, so we’ll underestimate in our hypotheses.
According to Wikipedia, here’s the definition of a “county”, though they may have a different title in different states such as Louisiana and Alaska: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/County_(United_States) In the United States, a county is a geographic subdivision of a state (or federal territory), usually assigned some governmental authority. The term “county” is used in 48 of the 50 states; Louisiana is divided into parishes and Alaska into boroughs.[1] Parishes and boroughs are called “county-equivalents” by the U.S. Federal Government, as are certain independent cities which are not parts of counties. There are currently 3,143 counties and county-equivalents in the United States; 3,141 according to Wolfram|Alpha knowledge base, 2011. Now, if one of three courts has a gross annual income of 3 Billion, that would suggest 9 Billion in one county annually, and these figures come from 1995. Now, let’s multiply that times 3,143 counties or “county-equivalents“. This would gross 28,287,000,000,000.00. Let me simplify by letting you know this figure is well in excess of $28 TRILLION dollars.
This figure dwarfs the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) $14.582 Trillion http://www.google.com/publicdata/explore?ds=d5bncppjof8f9_&met_y=ny_gdp_mktp_cd&idim=country%3AUSA&dl=en&hl=en&q=gross+domestic+product Not to mention the USA National Debt which exceeds $14 Trillion: http://www.usdebtclock.org/ According to this “ball-park” calculation based on numbers presented from one probate court in 1995, the gross annual income of the probate court equals the US National Debt and the Gross Domestic Product combined, approximately $28 Trillion. I believe we can assume this is a modest calculation, understating the fact. Based upon this calculation, the probate court is not only the largest business in the United States, but this would probably hold true for any country in the world that uses the probate court to liquidate and divide the wealth of their nation. Again, all the wealth of the world passes through probate, in a court virtually unaccounted for, benched by judges who are not certified accountants (typically), all bills are paid by the court, all attorneys are paid by the court, and the matters of the state in estate matters are adjudicated in the probate court. Reader, are you grasping what this is telegraphing loud and clear?
Do you think the “powers that be” are going to let go of these purse strings without slinging mud, ruining lives and protecting themselves by “hook or crook”? You are a fool, or just indifferent, if you think otherwise. The probate court is the deep, dark, dirty secret of, not only our legal system, but our entire government, for in this unaccounted for court, passes the wealth of the world, houses the largest business in the world, and it can surely, and more often than not, invite corruption. How can this “business of the court” be wrangled into accountability? In my experience, here are the options: In Tennessee, apparently here is no hope for reform on a local or state level, for the agencies charged with investigating crimes are not inclined to take on the largest business in the world. Legislators are not going to bite the hand that feeds them. The Court of the Judiciary is not going to charge a judge for judicial misconduct when they’ve committed the same misconduct. Former Tennessee Governor Bredesen (refer to previous post) appointed Judge Randy Kennedy to run Davidson County’s largest business, so that suggests he might be in on the business of the court. Attorney General Robert E. Cooper does business in Judge Randy Kennedy’s Court (and they’ve got some side business we will reveal upcoming). Is there federal intervention that would save us from on high? I’m in Washington DC as I write, seeking federal intervention from the lack of integrity on a local and state level in Tennessee, but it’s hard for me to imagine that the feds are going to “bite the hand that feeds them”, though there has been traction here and I will return with a greater confidence that justice will be served.
With the constant bickering between the right and the left (hegelian dialectic), which is nothing but an instrument to distract “we, the people”, from all internal atrocities, and from the fact the probate court is looting our estates before we are in the grave, my case being a prime example, “Court-Ordered Hell” , the only reasonable conclusion might be that we must overtake our government, for the voice of “we, the people” is not represented at any level, state or federal, and this MUST be of “grave” concern (pun intended). The probate purse strings will not be let go of without a fight. And the probate practitioners are the bottom feeders of the legal system, right behind ambulance chasers. These are the culprits stealing our money.
WAKE UP!!! You do not want to wake up one day in this “court-ordered hell”, brought on by a protected, illegal, yet sanctioned ambush. Our Constitution provides the right to raise a militia, used to rise up against tyranny, perfectly represented in the probate courts of America. It is truly taxation without representation, for once you are in probate, you ARE NOT represented, for all attorneys are on the probate gravy train, having their outrageous and exaggerated fees paid by the probate court, not by the client. Are you following this line of reasoning? It may require a coup, a rising up of the patriotic spirit this nation was born from, “Don’t tread on me” “Give me liberty or give me death”. In closing, the entire legal and political system has kept us in the dark as to the largest business in the world, the probate court, and in order for us to take back the power and take control of this probate industry that our leaders have not, and apparently will not, protect us from, it obviously will and must require extreme measures, by any means necessary. I, for one, am ready to lead the charge. Who will follow? Are you an American of the patriotic spirit, or have you sold your soul to the era of thievery and greed spawned by our own “trusted” servants? Not me, not now, not ever. You can sit on the sidelines and be a spectator, but that will not do, not now, not at this point in time in American history. Now is the hour of truth.
I challenge you to rise up and exercise your Constitutional Rights, and lets strip our government of the tyranny that has taken over. Probate courts are Taxation Without Representation, the very movement that birthed our nation. Who will follow? As Jack Nicholson’s character stated as the theme in: “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”, ”At least I tried…” Here is our alter call. Who will rededicate their lives to the salvation of our individual liberties: “Where Have the Rebels All Gone” by: danny tate and john brannen (c) 1985 “Come on all you saints and sinners, refugees of life, Is there one among you with the heart to stand alone and fight Is there anyone in this land who isn’t tired and old I’m just looking for one misfit with a motorcycle soul Restless winds are blowing in the streets Who will rise above this crowd and challenge destiny….” While there is breath in me, I will fight for my individual liberties, which was paramount as our forefathers authored the Constitution. Stand with me, stand beside me, and let’s rise up against tyranny within our own land. Keep the faith….
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We, especially the general non-legal trained public, not qualified or aware enough over here and in MANY countries. Could a DVD investigating every individual process of the Probate Courts exposing abuses of the same, perhaps based around the events of a single or number of *relevant* and *interesting* cases be produced by a team of lawyers and then send around the world to ALL legal establishments in hopes of reaching reform minded people in the Legal profession who could be associated with in a ‘Ethical Legal Professionals Worldwide’ kind of INGO? It seems that legal professionals need to be reminded of their obligation to the public and be reminded that they do not serve the corrupt governments of the day where viably considered corrupt.
Finally (for now), I’d say that the fining system as well as taxation systems, legal fees applicable need to be matched to the earnings and assets of all offenders and taxpayers. Many a time for the poorer, fines and taxes, also legal fees (effectively making access to legal services impossible) easily eat up more than a week’s or month’s or few months wages. Lawyers should be obligated to charge fees matched to the earnings and assets of ALL citizens and not be picky about what clients they serve. Yes SERVE. The legal system and legal professional serve the public, but not more often than not, they merely are overgrown parasites or worse, colluders with governments of the day. Please put a section on the DVD as well on equitable charges which should not be more than a few percent of any and all salaries, or property value. Keep up the expositions !
ARTICLE 2
General Pricing Problems with the 1% Oriented, 99% Neglecting Legal System and a ‘Salary Based Charges’ Solution – by @AgreeToDisagree – 7th March 2012

Take for example, the issue of an Living Will, and the requirements of stamp fees, and then access to the lower earning classes in the event of disputes between owners and beneficiaries. The costs of a ‘Chartered Accountant’ are well beyond the almost non-existent savings levels especially of the lower amd middle wealth persons so the concept of ‘Trust Deed’ is beyond almost all 99%ters. Ask how many low income people if they can afford to even spend 500 on legal fees for any purpose then ask if they can save 500 a year to begin with. 1% will be quite likely. People hardly can save anything, meanmwhile the Chartered Accountant and Lawyer have massive incomes not commensurate with Middle class professions such fields represent. Price controls hence sghould be considered as follows in the below paragraphs.

As mentioned earlier in the response to above article (Probate Court: The Largest Business in the World – by Danny Tate on November 3, 2011 – Judge Randy Kennedy https://malaysiandemocracy.wordpress.com/2012/01/17/probate-court-the-largest-business-in-the-world-by-danny-tate-on-november-3-2011-judge-randy-kennedy/) , a lawyer is supposed to render a service of legal services to ALL people regardless of wealth level, and should only be allowed to charge what any and all citizens can afford – which is preferably no more than 10% of the yearly salary of the person, because that represents the entire savings capacity of most people in the lower and middle classes.

By allowed fixed prices, which are not necessarily affordable to too many lower earnings level citizens, legal services tend to impoverish the citizens and little is done by the legislators in terms of price controls.

If a legal fee that has recurrent levies reaches 10% of the yearly salary of the person, the case/service attending lawyer should not be allowed to charge any more until that case or legal service is completed. Why? As such levels of legal fees entirely take away all possibility of savings for that person for that year already (consider that *ONLY* 50 ITEMS of legal services could be done by ANY person during their lifetime, as per the 50 years of active life and active earning is also 50 years typically.

How can this be tenable? This means that professional fees of lawyers sequester away entire salaries of virtually ALL lower earning classes and far too much of middle earning classes which make up easil more than 50% of the population. A lawyer must at least not charge anything more than that 10% yearly salary limit until that year has passed. If a person had done 1 item of legal service per year (not unreasonable), they would have no savings at all, and would mean being dependant on the welfare system.

In fact in the event that a second or third or more legal services are required after the 10% yearly salary expenditure had been spent, the same person should be granted FREE ACCESS to legal services – people do not enjoy wasting time on legal services, though red tape is of course rather extreme as well, penalties for all kinds of inconsequential issues considered offenses or the unecessary need of lawyers in too many aspecst of lives (i.e. stamping and witnessing of many documents could be done at ALL post offices, government offices instead of just at lawyers offices only).

Note the extreme fees at 15% of value for Land Office charges for subdivision of land (Pejabat Tanah Galian) in Malaysia, too damn high as commpared to the sales agent’s 1-2% commission which is already excessive, being the government, this should be 0.1% at most. And time frames for same subdivision is disgraceful – ‘less than 2 years . . . (to repeat)’ . The loss of wealth in this manner is extreme and the MPs who allowed this to persist are unvotable. Why can the MPs, Governors, Bar Council not address and amend these extreme fees levied by the land office to 1% at maximum? Why can’t price controls be relegated to a sliding scale limited to the 10% earning’s limit as above suggested which will help in wealth distribution? Or at least consider that 1% of any individual’s savings at most?

The Lingering Stench Of Fascism – by Jim Kirwan – 6th November 2011

In Uncategorized on January 17, 2012 at 8:07 am
In trying to grasp the reasons why too many Amerikans still refuse to see what is happening to them, right in front of our eyes or on the Utube videos, has to do with our first collective experiences of these events. Because for many this is not only not the first time they’ve experienced this; but in fact what this nation is now undergoing has been happening now for decades-just not to the kinds of people that are going through it today. The prison population of this country has never known very much of anything except these kinds of behaviors. During the Iraq War, what we saw in Abu Gharib was nothing new to prisoners in US maximum-security prisons. The rape, the torture, the dogs, the isolation and the nudity were nothing new here: but this information was not common knowledge inside Amerika, where those ‘illegal practices’ have been flourishing for decades. And on the streets of too many American inner-cities, we have seen exactly the same kinds of treatment of minorities, the brutally impoverished, and in general wherever any group is not part of the mainstream.
 
The OCCUPY movement has imported people that are unfamiliar with traditional police thuggery into what has heretofore been the sole domain of rabid and demented officers that love to wallow in brutality and excessive force. When I was a young-teen I got a taste of this in Oklahoma where the double-wide officers rode three to a car and delighted in throwing “suspects” into the back seat and drove them around the back streets and alleys while they beat people, pistol-whipped kids and then threw us out into vacant lots bloody and injured, without a second thought. If you died then it would have been ‘gang-related’ if not who would believe you? The ‘patrol-cars’ flew black flags from the tops of the cars supposedly to remind drivers of the death toll from traffic accidents; but to those of us that came under their ‘special treatment’ programs; it marked these “cops” as the Gestapo! In that Oklahoma if you had an IQ that exceeded 100 you could not be a cop, because you might question too many things. Now I’m seeing this same treatment being carried out religiously against the whole country-and these new victims seem to have become petrified whenever they find themselves facing armed criminals that are hiding behind a badge that is not displayed on a uniform without a name.
 
Here’s what one reader said: “Their motto is protect and serve. They take an oath to the US Constitution. And yet they appear to violate the Constitution and the Bill of Rights every time they execute a search warrant and engage in any home invasion. Why then do police use the worst profanity possible when they engage in home invasions and swat attacks on whole families to get one alleged person or execute a search warrant which is often in error or based on the hearsay from a drug offender informant?” k ­ Because they are sociopaths and they are terrified by what they’re doing, so much so that they seem to believe that the more enraged they become the easier it will be to do what they came to do and get away with it. “Police officers have been reported (and recorded) engaging in these often illegal and unconstitutional swat type home invasions expressing the most angry vocalizations imaginable in front of known to be innocent women and young children who just happen to be there. Usual phrases with a loaded cocked gun to the head of women and children, “if you move I’ll blow your f*cking head off”, or “if you move a muscle motherf*cker, you are dead”. Also accompanying this disgusting verbal abuse of citizens, especially women and children is a great deal of physical abuse : slamming women and children to the floor, standing on their backs, cuffing them, slamming up against walls while the stream of profanity, anger and true hate speech continue.”
 
They are also personal cowards, and that desire of theirs to inflict serious harm to innocents is based on a massive hatred for all of society who they believe needs to be punished at every opportunity. They know they are inferior creatures, virtual slugs in a world where without their uniforms, they know that they are less than nothing. So with the uniform as license they feel empowered to wreak havoc upon anyone and everyone they can and to hell with the laws! “Why are these police never prosecuted for assault (making a verbal threat of physical harm), actual physical battery, terrorist threats, and violation of Constitutional rights? They usually kill harmless family pets, shoot dogs that are no threat even small dogs, and have been known to smash the skulls of cats with their boots, all in front of children. And they often toss flash grenades inside bedrooms where women and children are. There are several cases where they have blown children’s or infants hands off or killed innocent folks doing this. Sometimes they hit the wrong house (wrong address, didn’t read the map and search warrant correctly). Sometimes they get bad hearsay info from a demented convicted felon informant trying to reduce his sentence. Sometimes these police officers murder innocent folks they swat in error, or because they want to seize their property, like the Donald Scott affair in California. Yet these police who commit these assaults, batteries, terrorist threats, tortures and even blatant murders never get charged or prosecuted. They never get punished for the gross profanity in fact their training never addresses this GROSS HATE SPEECH and abuse of innocent women and children. I have dealt with some of these types of police in my past profession and they were undoubtedly sociopaths (anti-social personality disorder-i.e. character disorder), and at least one a sexual sadist too.
 
My conclusion is that this is the likely personality profile of many of these criminals hiding behind a badge. Even when an arrest is valid, it should be done off-premises and no profanity or anger is ever justified (according to top and well respected retired senior law enforcement–there is no place for Nazi storm trooper type uniforms and not displaying badge numbers and officer names). Anger only decreases the effectiveness of the police anyhow and they are supposed to be true professionals enforcing the rule of law which is all laws including the US Constitution and its Bill of Rights.” k – Here’s what they did to yet another Iraq-War veteran (1) k – All true, but the public which now seems powerless when they are suddenly confronted by these roid-induced savages, has no idea of how to confront them, and instead seem to believe that if they try and shame them or intimidate them by saying things like “SHAME, SHAME, SHAME!” or “The Whole World is Watching!” That these phrases will somehow cause these criminals to go easy or even back off. Instead this has an opposite effect upon the Gestapo: Because if makes them think that the public is weak and terrified of them, so they swing harder and more often than they would have before. The proper behavior when confronting thugs is to pick out the biggest most vocal one there and back him down, overpower him with numbers then disarm him and put him to shame in front of his lackeys: that works! But that is not something that the peaceful people will ever even consider – which is why things are getting worse instead of better. What the public must begin to do is to find ways to make these creatures start looking over their shoulders each and every day.
 
They are just people, they are not supermen or superwomen, and in fact they have a very long way to go before they could even be considered to be related to human-beings. Afterall this is about DEFIANCE ~ SUBMISSION! They all shop somewhere, they have to commute to work, and they probably go somewhere to watch the games etc.? It is time to get to know your local cops, and to let them know you know who they are, and what they do for a living. Most of all they need to know that they cannot continue to hide inside that bulletproof armor for the rest of their pathetic lives; and they need to be aware that the community knows who exactly each one of them is. Where did they go to school who their friends are, and what they like to do when they’re not pretending to be a Gestapo officer? Afterall that is exactly what they are doing to each and every one of us 24-7, 365 days each and every year: So why should they not enjoy the same kind of notoriety they we live with whether we want to or not? The Attorney General of the United States is a WAR Criminal, a traitor and a coward, so it is doubtful that the public will ever get any help from either him or from the criminal-imposter and war-criminal who currently OCCUPIES the Tarnished House. That leaves us to do our own protecting and that begins with gathering information, and using that information to take back what belongs to us and not to them. In this case it involves taking back our streets and our communities from these terrorists in uniform that were never intended to serve as any part of the government of this or any other country! This is the situation that we actually have to confront right now: And given the severity of this problem, we really must begin to rid ourselves of these creatures that are making all our lives into just another aspect of this living nightmare. (2)
 
kirwanstudios@sbcglobal.net 1) Army Ranger the Oakland Police Brutally Attacked http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2011/11/heres-the-army-ranger-the-oakland-police-brutally-attacked.html 2) The Uptown Pepperoni for Your Pizza from Hell – VIDEO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shSsqP5vNEQ&feature=youtube
 
 
 
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Never realised it was that bad in the USA. Thanks for the warning. But if you don’t offer yourself to run for candidacy, it will be a waste of that right mindedness and for those expecting you to pull that dead weight for America. All that outrage and no action to challenge the fascists when it counts otherwise? Run for election in your constituency Kirwan, and leave after 2 terms. Show them what USA is all about, show them that TERM LIMITS are needed for democracy – make an especially pointed exit around the TERM LIMITS issue to warn about oligarchy and nepotism. A serious case of hypocrisy and cynicism otherwise if you don’t at least try – or if you’re worth 20 million and above so that you dare not declare assets as all . . . Exemplary citizens and EVERY representative should declare their assets ! Hope you make the effort for the country you have been raving about the past how many decades? Best wishes, and good art and mostly heartfelt articles thus far. Keep up the good work and punctuate it with that candidacy !

One Year of Prison Costs More Than One Year at Princeton – by Brian Resnick – 1st November 2011

In Uncategorized on January 17, 2012 at 8:05 am
One year at Princeton University: $37,000. One year at a New Jersey state prison: $44,000. Prison and college “are the two most divergent paths one can take in life,” Joseph Staten, an info-graphic researcher with Public Administration, says. Whereas one is a positive experience that increases lifetime earning potential, the other is a near dead end, which is why Staten found it striking that the lion’s share of government funding goes toward incarceration.
 
The comparison between higher education spending and correction spending highlighted in the following chart is not perfect. Universities have means to fund themselves; prisons rely on the government. So it makes some sense that a disproportional amount of money flows to the correction centers. Also, take note, comparing African Americans in college and African Americans in dorms is not completely fair. For one, college implies an 18-22 age range, and incarcerated adults can be of any age. Also, it doesn’t take into account African Americans who commute to school.
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Despite these shortcomings, this chart helps illustrate a large discrepancy in this country: America has the highest incarceration rate by population, but is only 6th in the world when it comes to college degrees. Our government’s spending reflects that fact accordingly. Prison vs Princeton – below chart created by: Public Administration http://www.publicadministration.net/prison-vs-princeton/
 
 
 
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The prison contractor profiteering from the above bags a cash cow whenever someone goes to jail. So think about the productivity wasted in people who could contribute to the economy and the amount saved by releasing all non-violent, victimless (consensual drug takes, ‘moral’ offenders etc..) intentionally incarcerated persons.
 
Put it this way. 2 million multiplied by 37,000 = 54 BILLION yearly – the USA could actually hold random lotteries instead of abusing citizens so that some parasite minded or unthinking citizen decides to profit of taxpayers by abusing citizens in this shameful manner like this. There would be 54,000 millionaires created yearly instead of this nonsense. And in 40 years 2+ million millionaires would be in the USA instead of 2+ million unemployable RETIREES and continual abuse of citizens and the American constitution.