Maryland State Attorney Marilyn Mosby Update

  Baltimore Sun Justin Fenton January 6, 2017 Freddie Gray case: Judge allows malicious prosecution lawsuit against Mosby to proceed A federal judge is allowing key parts of a lawsuit against Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby, brought by five of the six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, to move forward. U.S. District Judge Marvin J. Garbis ruled that claims including malicious prosecution, defamation, and invasion of privacy can move forward against Mosby and Assistant Sheriff Samuel Cogen, who wrote the statement of probable cause. Mosby’s attorneys had said she has absolute prosecutorial immunity from actions … Continue reading

Photographer’s Eyes Opened on Epic Road Trip Along Canada-U.S. Border

From Ca.Yahoo News The line between Canada and the United States is renowned for being the longest undefended border in the world but, as Canadian photographer Andreas Rutkauskas discovered on an epic road trip, there’s more to it than meets the eye. Sure, there is no huge wall, the likes of which Donald Trump wants to build along the Mexican border if he’s elected president of the U.S., but that doesn’t mean it’s not secure. “It’s far from undefended,” Rutkauskas said in a phone interview from The Banff Centre, where he works. “You see the technologies all over the place.” Drones, closed circuit … Continue reading

“Obama’s Legacy. Page One”.

With this being National Police Officers Week, I thought I would toss this piece out there. We DAMN SURE will not see, nor hear of it in the lamestream bootlicking media. While we all acknowledge the police profession, like any other, has it’s share of bad apples, by and large the vast majority of LEO’s around the nation do the thankless job because of a sense of duty to others. This article by Lt. Randy Sutton in The Daily should NEVER have to have been written to the ostensible Chief Law Enforcement Officer of our land.    New York … Continue reading