Category: Crime

The Game in Review

⭐️ Russel & louisiana_mom

The upcoming twentieth anniversary of 9/11 is soon to be upon us and the horrifying videos & images are once again back in our faces…the demolition provides a potent image for what is happening now: smoke billows out of the top floors, rather like a person with his hair on fire… and then each giant structure slumps into total collapse, sending shock-waves of toxic dust through the desecrated dwelling place of civilization, the city. That’s us now in metaphor…

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Number Of Missing Ballots in Three States Exceed Joe Biden’s Victory Margins

Hans von Spakovsky, manager of the Heritage Foundation’s Election Law Reform Initiative and a senior legal fellow of the Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, said president Joe Biden’s margins of victory in Arizona, Nevada, and Wisconsin in the 2020 presidential election were narrower than the states’ respective totals of unaccounted-for ballots…

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Cuomo Grants Clemency To Weather Underground Member David Gilbert Serving Sentence For 1981 Murder

David Gilbert was serving a 75-year sentence for second-degree murder for his role in the 1981 robbery of a Brinks Security truck in Nyack, NY. He is the father of the current San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin (made famous for his policy of not prosecuting small theft property crimes less than $950)…

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Opinion: The Traitor In The White House Must Go: His Administration & He Are Working Against America And For Our Enemies

The news is obsessed with the question of why our troops are not going into Kabul to rescue the thousands of Americans trapped there. The answer is simple and terrifying. We do not have sufficient force on the ground to guarantee that our own forces will not be overrun. We have no one to spare to start patrolling Kabul and transporting Americans to safety…

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Dictators Are Abusing Interpol to Game the American Legal System

When functioning properly, Interpol makes it less likely that criminals can escape their home nation’s criminal justice system. When it is abused, however, Interpol can allow authoritarian regimes to harass political dissidents or to legitimize the expropriation of legitimate businesses…

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