Thursday, June 28, 2018

Schumer introduces bill to federally decriminalize marijuana

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 22 : Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) leaves a meeting with Senate Democrats on Capitol Hill, January 22, 2018 in Washington, DC. Lawmakers are continuing to seek a deal to end the government shutdown, now in day three. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) © Drew Angerer/Getty Images WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 22 : Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) leaves a meeting with Senate Democrats on Capitol Hill, January 22, 2018 in Washington, DC. Lawmakers are continuing to seek a deal to end the government shutdown, now in day three. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
Sen. Chuck Schumer has introduced a new bill to decriminalize and regulate marijuana at the federal level.
The legislation, which the New York Democrat announced back in April, would remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act, where it is classified among drugs such as heroin and LSD.
By striking marijuana from the act, Schumer's office said in a news release Wednesday, the bill would effectively decriminalize the drug at the federal level. The measure would still allow states to determine their own marijuana laws while maintaining federal law enforcement against trafficking to states where it is illegal.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Fox News host gets a public spanking after taking shots at Stormy Daniels' attorney

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Monday, April 23, 2018

Chikesia Clemons

Chikesia Clemons

WEST SACRAMENTO CA (IFS) -- The Ups and Downs of the Waffle House Chain.  From having a hero at one store to total disgrace by the police in another one.  Her name is Chikesia Clemons, and she is being brutalized by the police for asking why she should pay for utensils for her food order.  

The violence is compacted by these "crazy racist white cops" as they undressed her and pushed her nude body onto the ground.  

This is not normal people.  

This is an assault and battery by the police and no one is speaking out about this savage attack.

Thursday, March 29, 2018

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Monday, March 26, 2018

Sacramento Police Fails to Identify themselves as they Killed Stephon Clark Laying on His Grandparents Backyard with his Hands over his Head

 WEST SACRAMENTO CA (IFS)-- According to the Video released by the Sacramento Police, the police officers that shot Stephon Clark from behind a blind fence, never, never Identified themselves as Police Officers -- they just started shooting.  Clark only had an iPhone in his hand.  The below video has not been edited, like the ones you are watching on television and around the internet as that video has been altered. by 1min30sec.

The Question is why did not the Helicopter pilot Police Officer radio and tell the cops on the ground that Clark had surrendered and was laying down on the ground with his hands over his head?  This all really is starting to fail the "reasonable persons" theory.   You have either recruited "stupid cops"- or you just don't give a dam. The whole situation smells to high heaven and like a "cover-up". - KHS

Chief of Police
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For Immediate Release No. 20180319-026
Monday, March 19, 2018

29th Street Officer-Involved Shooting

On Sunday, March 18, 2018, at 9:13 p.m., officers from the Sacramento Police Department (SPD) were dispatched to the 7500 block of 29th Street regarding a subject breaking into vehicles.  The caller stated that the male subject had broken car windows and was now hiding in a backyard.  The caller described the subject as a male, 6’1”, thin, wearing a black hoodie and dark pants.   
SPD Officers arrived on scene at approximately 9:18 p.m.  The Sacramento Sheriff’s Department’s helicopter (STAR) was on scene searching for the suspect as well.  At approximately 9:25 p.m., STAR advised they observed a subject in a backyard and began to direct SPD officers to him.  STAR advised the subject had just picked up a toolbar and broke a window to a residence.  The helicopter then observed the suspect running south, towards the front of the residence, where he stopped and was looking into another car.  STAR continued to update the officers and guided them to the suspect in the rear yard of a residence in the 7500 block of 29th Street.  Officers entered the front yard and observed the suspect along the side of the residence.  The officers gave the suspect commands to stop and show his hands.  The suspect immediately fled from the officers and ran towards the back of the home.
Officers pursued the suspect and located him in the backyard of the residence. The suspect turned and advanced towards the officers while holding an object which was extended in front of him.  The officers believed the suspect was pointing a firearm at them.  Fearing for their safety, the officers fired their duty weapons striking the suspect multiple times. The involved officers held their position for approximately five minutes, until additional officers arrived.  Officers approached the suspect, handcuffed him and began life saving efforts.   
The suspect was pronounced deceased at the scene by fire personnel.  The identity of the suspect will be released by the Sacramento County Coroner’s Office once the next of kin has been notified.
Homicide detectives, Internal Affairs, and Crime Scene Investigation Units responded to the scene to begin the officer-involved shooting investigation.  As part of the department’s protocol, this incident is being investigated in conjunction with the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office, the Sacramento City Attorney’s Office and the City’s Office of Public Safety Accountability. 
The two Sacramento Police Officers involved in this incident have two and four years with the Sacramento Police Department.  However, both have four years prior law enforcement experience with other agencies before joining SPD.  None of the officers involved were injured in this incident.  Per department policy, the officers involved in the shooting have been placed on paid administrative leave. 
This incident falls under the City Council policy on Police Use of Force.  As a result, the video and audio associated with this incident will be released to the public within 30 days.

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Police killing of Stephon Clark sparks demands for action
1 hour ago - National scrutiny is growing around Sacramento police amid more protests over the shooting of Stephon Clark, an unarmed African American man. On Monday, civic rights groups demanded that federal and state prosecutors investigate the officers involved in the shooting. An attorney for Clark's family said ...

Sacramento police face new lawsuit after Stephon Clark shooting ...
22 hours ago - As marchers were taking over downtown Sacramento's streets Friday with protests against the shooting death of Stephon Clark, the Sacramento Police Department was facing another challenge: the filing of a new federal lawsuit accusing one of its officers of sexually molesting an African American woman ...

Stephon Clark's family pastor says community shouldn't 'punish the ...
23 hours ago - Stephon Clark's family's pastor, Darryl Scarbrough of the Bayside of South Sacramento Church, preached about God's love during his first Sunday services since the officer-involved shooting.

Officers muted body cameras in Stephon Clark shooting. Why? - CNN
13 hours ago - (CNN) About seven minutes after Sacramento police fatally shot an unarmed black man in his grandmother's backyard last week, officers were instructed to mute their body cameras. Stephon Clark, 22, was in the backyard March 18 when two police officers shot at him 20 times. Police said they thought he ...

Stephon Clark's grandmother: 'They didn't have to kill him like that' - CNN
3 hours ago - The grandmother of Stephon Clark, the young black man shot and killed by Sacramento Police last week, pleaded for justice for her grandson in a passionate speech on Monday.

Stephon Clark's family hires civil rights lawyer Ben Crump; "They didn't ...
5 hours ago - Last Updated Mar 26, 2018 3:09 PM EDT. SACRAMENTO - The grandmother of Stephon Clark, an unarmed California man who was shot and killed by police last week, wept as she spoke to reporters Monday, repeatedly asking why officers didn't use a taser or other non-lethal force. "My grandson was 23 ...

After Stephon Clark death, White House says Trump cares about ...
2 hours ago - White House spokesman Raj Shah said Monday he was “not aware of any comments” from Donald Trump about Stephon Clark, the unarmed black man fatally shot by Sacramento police this month, but he said the president cared about anyone “harmed through no fault of their own.” Pressed on whether ...

Stephon Clark's grandmother Sequita Thompson: 'I just want justice for ...
3 hours ago
An emotional Sequita Thompson speaks out at a news conference, asking for justice in the police shooting death ...

Stephon Clark's grandmother recalls hearing hail of gunfire - NY Daily ...
3 hours ago - The outraged family of Stephon Clark will pay for a private autopsy of the unarmed black man who was shot dead by police.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Andrew McCabe Oversaw Criminal Investigation Of Jeff Sessions

Andrew McCabe Oversaw Criminal Investigation Of Jeff Sessions
The attorney general was accused of lacking “candor” during congressional testimony.
By Sara Boboltz and Ryan J. Reilly

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe authorized an investigation into Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ alleged lack of candor during congressional testimony over his contacts with Russian operatives last year, a source with knowledge of the matter confirmed to HuffPost. 
ABC News first reported that Sessions had been under investigation, and that the attorney general was unaware of the probe when he fired McCabe for the FBI official’s own alleged lack of candor during an internal review of how the bureau and Justice Department handled investigations into Hillary Clinton during the 2016 campaign.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Gina Haspel - Trump's pick as CIA - first-ever female director

Gina Haspel, the newly nominated first-ever female director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), is a career intelligence officer with more than 30 years' experience.
Controversially, she ran a prison in Thailand where suspected al-Qaeda members were tortured by waterboarding in 2002.
The so-called black sites - secret overseas locations where the CIA carried out what it termed "enhanced interrogation" techniques - were closed by former US President Barack Obama.
Ms Haspel's appointment last year as deputy director of the CIA caused controversy.
Christopher Anders, deputy director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Washington office, told the New York Times he was "gravely concerned" about the appointment.

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