The perpetrator, we are told, had no prior criminal record or past history of mental illness, and just decided for the heck of it to walk into a lecture hall and open fire on everyone. How wonderfully convenient for the gun-grabbers who have been losing ground as study after study shows that neighborhoods where people are armed have lower crimes rates.
I admire the effort, but frankly, a new investigation means a new cover-up, because the government will never, EVER, admit what they did; they would rather shoot us all first. And to be honest, I do not NEED a new investigation. I know what happened, and I don't need the government to tell me my conclusions are the correct ones.
Bush wants limits on access to evidence
A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit initially ruled on the case in July. The full court refused in early February, in a 5-5 split, to reconsider that ruling. It takes a majority of the court to reconsider a panel decision.
The ruling held that, when Guantanamo Bay detainees challenge their status as "enemy combatants," judges must review all the evidence, not just the evidence the military chooses.
The administration said the decision jeopardizes national security.
Police make a violent entry into a couple’s home to execute a search warrant on their son. The son, who was suspected of rape, was already in police custody.
So why the forced entry?
In the process, they used a Taser on the suspect’s father, because he apparently was “cursing and carrying a fly swatter.” A fly swatter is enough now for a Taserin’. They then arrested the man they tasered for “obstructing an officer.”
More Criminals Posing as Raiding Cops
This time in a suburb of Dallas.