ANOTHER LAWSUIT FILED SOCIAL MEDIA AND POLITICIAN COLLUSION AND 1ST AMMENDMENT ATTACKS. (READ COMPLAINT HERE)

On Thursday, June 17, 2021, in California Central District Court, attorney Rogan O’Handley filed a lawsuit against Twitter, California Senator Alex Padilla, Secretary of State (SoS) Shirley Weber, and others for the state’s engineering with Twitter in permanently suspending him from its platform for tweeting concerns over the 2020 election.

O’Handly was banned for life on Twitter, and claims it was at the request of Senator Alex Padilla.

A Freedom of Information Request recently uncovered a cache of emails revealing Alex Padilla, who was California Secretary of State at the time, directly coordinated with Democratic political consulting firm SKDK and Twitter to permanently suspend users who were critical of Padilla’s job in conducting elections. One such user was Rogan O’Handley, who Twitter permanently suspended in Feb. 2021 for “violating rules about election integrity” for tweeting “Most votes in American History.”


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6TH CURCUIT COURT RULES EVICTION MORATORIUM UNLAWFUL

Federal Court Rules CDC’s COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium Is Unlawful

A federal court on Friday ruled that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) overstepped its authority by halting evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Cincinnati-based U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals all agreed with a lower court ruling that said the CDC engaged in federal overreach with the eviction moratorium, which the agency has consistently extended for months. Several weeks ago, the CDC announced it would allow the policy, which was passed into law by Congress, to expire at the end of July.


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FRONT LINE DOCTORS SUING OVER EMERGENCY VACCINE USE


Nonprofit Sues HHS to Immediately Stop Emergency Use Authorization of COVID-19 Vaccines

Lawsuit citing whistleblower’s claim that the true deaths following vaccination are much higher than reported

Frontline Doctors, a nonprofit, filed a motion on July 19 seeking immediate injunctive relief to stop the emergency use authorization (EUA) of COVID-19 vaccines for three groups of Americans: anyone under the age of 18, anyone who has recovered from COVID-19, and those who haven’t given informed consent as defined by federal law.

The motion was filed against Xavier Becerra, Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and other defendants in a federal district court in the Northern District of Alabama.

“The emergency declaration and its multiple renewals are illegal,” the complaint alleges.


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CALIFORNIA COURT RULING INFURIATES LGBTQ ADVOCATS (READ RULING HERE)

Court Says Law Mandating Trans Pronouns Violates Freedom of Speech

A California appellate court ruled that a provision in a state law is violating First Amendment rights. The provision passed four years ago mandates that certain health care workers use transgender pronouns.

The ruling from California’s Third District Court of Appeal impacts SB 219. It forced nursing home workers to use preferred transgender pronouns and names for patients. Violators of the law “could be charged with a misdemeanor and subject to punishment of a $1000 fine, or even up to one year in jail.”

The Washington Blade writes, “The Court, in a unanimous 3-0 decision, struck down this key provision of the LGBTQ Long-Term Care Facility Residents’ Bill of Rights, created by SB 219 in 2017, authored by Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and sponsored by Equality California. The Court upheld the provision in the law that requires nursing homes to place transgender patients in rooms that match their gender identity.”


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LAWSUIT AGAINST FACEBOOK WORKING FOR THE GOVERNMENT. READ SUIT HERE

Facebook, White House Colluding on Censorship: Lawsuit

Facebook is censoring Americans at the behest of President Joe Biden’s administration in violation of the First Amendment, a new lawsuit alleges.

As evidence of the collusion, the class action complaint quotes White House press secretary Jen Psaki’s recent admission that the administration is “flagging problematic posts for Facebook that spread disinformation.”

“When she said that they were working with Big Tech then it changes everything because then it’s the government censoring, so that obviously can’t stand,” Richard Rogalinski, the plaintiff, told The Epoch Times.

Rogalinski made several posts about COVID-19 this year, including on April 6 remarking how he has seen data showing masks do not prevent the spread of the virus that causes the disease.

He has seen those posts appended with statements directing people to articles by so-called fact-checkers.

DAWG SAYS: THE ADMISSION MADE BY THE PRESS SECRETARY SHOWS FACEBOOK IS WORKING AS AN AGENT OF THE GOVERNMENT AND SUBJECT TO THE 1st AMMENDMENT STATUTES.


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CALIFORNIA DA’S TOO LATE IN INMATE RELEASE LAWSUIT

Judge won’t stop California’s new rules for good conduct releases for 76,000 inmates

Inmates in the main exercise yard at Folsom State prison in Folsom in 2017. A Sacramento judge has rejected a request to stop the state’s new credit system for good behavior in state prisons, but said the district attorneys who asked for the injunction have a “likelihood” of winning their case. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file

A judge in Sacramento has refused to halt the state prison system’s use of new good-time credit policies designed to speed up the release of more than 76,000 inmates, ruling that 44 California district attorneys could have sued to stop the new rules before they took effect May 1.

In an order issued late Tuesday, Sacramento Superior Court Judge Shama Mesiwala rejected a request for a preliminary injunction that would have forced the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to return to its old good conduct credit rules.

The judge issued a tentative ruling denying the injunction last week, but wrote then that there is a “likelihood” the prosecutors ultimately will prevail in their lawsuit.

IT APPEARS THE STATE DA’S WERE NOT OVERLY CONCERNED ABOUT THE ISSUE. I GUESS THEY HAD TO TRY TO SAVE A FEW VOTES WITH THIS FEEBLE LAWSUIT THAT WAS MONTHS LATE.


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JUDGE DELAYS LOAN FORGIVNESS LOANS FOR BLACK ONLY FARMERS


Judge halts loan forgiveness program aimed at Black farmers

A federal judge in Florida cited racial discrimination in a ruling that halted the loan forgiveness program aimed at Black farmers that was part of the Biden administration’s COVID-19 relief package that forgave debts related to agriculture.

U.S. District Judge Marcia Morales said in her ruling that Congress should “do away with governmentally imposed discrimination based on race,” Reported in the Washington post.

Howard said, “It appears that in adopting Section 1005’s strict race-based debt relief remedy Congress moved with great speed to address the history of discrimination, but did not move with great care.”

The lawsuit was started by Scott Wynn, a White farmer who objected to the loan program being based on race.


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KAMALA HARRIS PAST RULES STRUCK DOWN BY SCOTUS


Supreme Court delivers defeat to Harris with donor-privacy decision

Former California attorney general sued over the pursuit of confidential donor lists

Her name is no longer on the case, but Vice President Kamala Harris suffered a Supreme Court smackdown last week when the justices toppled California’s donor-disclosure requirement for charities.

As California attorney general, Ms. Harris turned up the heat on charitable nonprofits by insisting that they submit to her office the names of leading donors, then threatening to levy fines and suspend their state registrations if the groups refused to comply.

“It all started when her office demanded that we turn over the names and contact information of our major donors, which we felt was private and confidential, and we were ready to make a constitutional issue of it,” said Richard Thompson, president and chief counsel of the Thomas More Law Center, one of two plaintiffs.


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KEYSTONE PIPELINE SUING BIDEN FOR $15 BIL.


Keystone XL Pipeline Developer Seeks $15 Billion in Damages From US

Energy company TC Energy has said it’s seeking $15 billion in damages from the United States government over President Joe Biden’s decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline project.

In a statement on July 2, the Canada-based company said it had filed a notice of intent with the State Department to begin a legacy North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) claim under the U.S.–Mexico–Canada Agreement.

The company said it aims to “recover economic damages resulting from the revocation of the Keystone XL Project’s Presidential Permit,” adding that it suffered a loss of more than $15 billion “as a result of the U.S. Government’s breach of its NAFTA obligations.”


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TEXAS FATHER SHOOTS PERVERTED PEEPER OUTSIDE DAUGHTERS ROOM


A Texas father and licensed gun owner reportedly chased down a “peeping Tom” spotted gratifying himself outside his 10-year-old daughter’s window – before ultimately shooting him outside a nearby gas station, according to reports.

A husband and wife, whom authorities noted are both licensed handgun carriers, heard their young daughter scream from her bedroom around 10 p.m. Sunday after spotting a man inappropriately touching himself outside a window, KTRK-TV reported, citing Harris County Sheriff’s deputies.

“She looks over at the window and this guy is at her window,” the girl’s mother, who preferred not to be identified, told KPRC-TV, about what her daughter experienced. “He took my daughter’s innocence away.”

The couple armed with their handguns headed outside……


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MINNEAPOLIS ORDERED TO FUND MORE POLICE


Judge orders Minneapolis to hire more police officers after residents sue city

A judge ordered Minneapolis to hire more police officers Thursday after residents banned together and sued the city in August 2020.

Hennepin County Judge Jamie Anderson mandated local leaders employ 730 sworn officers by June 30, 2022, after it was found that the projected number of police officers for June 1, 2022, 669, was in violation of the city’s charter, which stipulates the area must have 0.0017 licensed peace officers per resident.

Mayor Jacob Frey and the city council were ordered to “take any and all necessary action to ensure that they fund a police force.”

In August 2020, residents Cathy Spann, Sondra Samuels, Don Samuels, Audua Pugh, Jonathan Lundberg, Aimee Lundberg, Georgianna Yantos, and Juliee Oden sued city authorities over rising crime following the death of George Floyd.

“It is undisputed that: the crime rate in Minneapolis has increased since the killing of Floyd, one or more Petitioners have suffered injuries from that increase in crime, Ms. Lundberg has been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and the Court previously found that that the Petitioners have the standing to bring this mandamus action,” Anderson wrote Thursday.

The Minneapolis Police Department had roughly 740 officers with 66 on leave in some capacity during the summer of 2020. At the time, the eight residents claimed a mass “exodus” of law enforcement in the area resulted in unprecedented violent crime.

DAWG SAYS: THE BIGGEST PROBLEM IS WHO IS GOING TO APPLY FOR THESE JOBS IN TODAYS CLIMATE. THEY WILL HAVE TO LOWER THEIR STANDARDS CAUSING A BIGGER PROBLEM.


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JOE BIDEN BEING SUED BY BORDER AGENCIES


ICE Agents, Sheriffs Sue Biden Over ‘Unlawful’ Deportation Policy

A group of sheriffs and active Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers sued the Biden administration on July 1 for its “unlawful and unconstitutional” requirements regarding the arrest and deportation of illegal aliens.

The plaintiffs are seeking an injunction to a Feb. 18 memorandum that they say “commands ICE officers to violate the specific terms of federal immigration law.”

“The relief we are seeking is that the court order ICE and the Department of Homeland Security to simply follow the law,” lead attorney Kris Kobach said in Galveston after filing the suit at the federal courthouse on July 1. “To follow the specific laws … that require them to detain and deport certain illegal aliens.”

The lawsuit alleges that “many extremely dangerous illegal aliens who would have been detained prior to the February 18 Memorandum are now not being detained—against the wishes of the ICE officers seeking to detain them, and in violation of federal statutes requiring their detention and/or removal.”


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GENEALOGY DATABASE ENTRY ENDS UP IN ARREST IN COLD CASE

14 years after a sexual assault in Tampa, a man has been charged with rape because he entered his own DNA into a genealogy database

  • Police in Tampa Bay used genealogy testing websites to find a suspect in a 14-year-old rape case.
  • Officers used the websites GEDmatch and FamilyTree to find a DNA match in the cold case.
  • “The victim now can have some closure in her life,” assistant police chief Ruben Delgado said.

Police detectives in Tampa Bay said they have arrested a suspect in a 14-year-old rape case after using the database of a genealogy testing website to match DNA evidence.

“The victim now can have some closure in her life,” assistant Tampa police chief Ruben Delgado said.

According to police reports, the rape took place in 2007 when a University of Tampa student was walking back to her dorm after attending the popular Gasparilla Pirate Festival.

The victim told detectives she was intoxicated and may have been stumbling around when the suspect, Jared Vaughn, offered to walk her to her dorm where he proceeded to rape her.

DNA evidence was collected at the time but did not find any matches, and the case remained unsolved for more than a decade. In 2020, however, detectives revisited the case and began to search genealogy testing databases, including GEDmatch and FamilyTree, two services often used by people who are researching their ancestry, to find potential matches.


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JIM COOK GETTING SUED

JIM COOK GETTING SUED

Jim Cook

Jim Cook the cell phone expert who testified in the Frank Carson et al case is being sued by a person convicted 10 years ago.

The claim is Jim Cook lied with manufactured cell phone evidence, and cite a couple of cases including the Frank Carson et al case where he had done the same to favor the prosecutors. He cited blog reports from the Carson case.

Read the filing below:

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
Rivas v. Cook

HERE ARE SOME OF THE PREVIOUS ARTICLES MENTIONING JIM COOK DURING THE TRIAL


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