However, the warrant was valid only in Luna County, and a physician at a Deming emergency room refused to perform the examination, Eckert alleges in his suit, which was filed in federal court in New Mexico. Doctors at a second hospital, Gila Regional Medical Center, agreed to perform the exam, but the facility is located in Silver City, across the county line. … [Read more...] about Man to get $1.6M for humiliating 3-enema ordeal after traffic stop
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Kagan and Sotomayor take issue with that, though. They wrote about how so many people have open warrants that police may as well stop a person and hope there’s already a warrant out for their arrest. Kagan mentioned the “staggering number of such warrants on the books,” as if to imply that odds are if a cop stops someone, they’re going to have an open warrant. She makes it seem like everyone in Utah is running from the law! Please. This ignores the fact that police need to have a legitimate purpose for stopping someone, and if their actions are too out of line, the law is against them. Plus, of course, people can sue them for breaking the law and infringing on their rights. … [Read more...] about Justice Sotomayor Says Police Can Now Stop You For No Reason Except She’s Wrong
The Rush Line, proposed to run from downtown White Bear Lake to St. Paul’s Union Depot via 21 stops and six miles of newly built roadway, is still in its early planning stages; even assuming all goes well, construction wouldn’t begin on it until 2023. … [Read more...] about Final stop for White Bear Lake-to-St. Paul bus route: somewhere
Did the Sex Pistols record their own version of God Save The Queen? In 1977, the year of Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee punk band The Sex Pistols recorded and released a song titled God Save the Queen which was seen as an insult to the monarchy. … [Read more...] about What are the words to God Save The Queen and who wrote the lyrics to the national anthem?
Over the past decade some 200 employees and contractors from the Department of Homeland Security have accepted nearly $15 million in bribes to look the other way as drugs were smuggled across the border into the United States, The New York Times has reported. … [Read more...] about El Chapo Trial Shows Why A Wall Won’t Stop Drugs From US-Mexico Border