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Washington Passes Bill Nullifying Jeffery Sessions Asinine Asset Forfeiture Laws

OLYMPIA, Wash. (Jan. 29, 2018) –  Last week, a Washington state House committee passed a bill that would improve the state’s asset forfeiture laws and set the stage to close a loophole that allows state and local police to circumvent more strict state forfeiture laws by passing cases off to the feds. Rep. Matt Shea (R-Spokane […]

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Corruption Is An Obsession, A “Woodworm”. “A Good Politician Is Also A Martyr”

Politics should be “neither servant nor master, but a friend and collaborator”. It should neither be “fearful or reckless, but responsible and courageous and prudent”. It should not leave certain categories on the sidelines, nor plunder or pollute natural resources. Politics are to harmonize the legitimate aspirations of individuals and groups by keeping the helm […]

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Vatican’s, Global Network Against Deep State Organized Crime And Corruption Is Born

From the Holy See another concrete step in the fight against organized crime and corruption. After the international debate of June 15th, which showed “the will to deal with the various forms of corruption, organized crime and mafia as a common front,” the council for justice of the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development will […]

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West Virginia Bill Requiring Courts To Inform Jurors Of Their Right To Nullify.

The jury is the exclusive judge of the facts. The jury is bound to receive the law from the court and be governed thereby, except if a jury determines that a defendant is guilty according to the law and that the law is unjustly applied to the defendant, the jury may determine not to apply […]

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