Today our prayers were heard and the current trial against my husband, sons and other defendants was declared a mistrial. We wanted a dismissal but are grateful that the truth is getting out. We are a step closer to freedom.
Although the case is not over and there will continue to be lots of legal back and forth I needed to thank you, on behalf of our entire family for your prayers and support.
You stood with my family when it would have been easier to look the other way. Yo…
Let’s hope the MN Supreme Court reverses the decisions in our cases due to the willful withholding and suppression of evidence that would have definitely exonerated us. We’re crossing our fingers!
I have always questioned the need for prisons. They are an unjust means of justice. Even more so, those that are for profit utilize the system to make money and push for quotas to be fulfilled by the states.
Here is just one recent example of such abuses of prisoners. Ammon Bundy, who became a national household name during the Bundy Ranch siege in 2014 and the protests at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in Oregon in 2016, was tortured and abused by a guard at CCA in Pahrump Nevada last week. Subsequently, when word got out, the guard was sent home.
First, take a listen to a phone call from Ammon that was recorded as he was in solitary confinement (video courtesy of Kelli Stewart).
Lawyer Allegedly Tortured For Doing Her Job No lawyer should be treated like a criminal, much less be made to endure torture, simply for doing her job.
Once again, the media is engaging in dishonest reporting and twisting the facts to cover up for the crimes of Dakota County.
Here’s the real scoop: Sandra’s appeal was affirmed in part, reversed in part, and remanded back to the district court for a resentencing hearing. There is no warrant because there is no reason to issue a warrant.
The outrageous actions by these people should make you wonder what they don’t want you to know.
‘What About Bill?’ Sexual Misconduct Debate Revives Questions About Clinton
Former President Bill Clinton last month in Baltimore. Some of his behavior while he was in office has been an uncomfortable subject for Democrats.
WASHINGTON — Another woman went on national television this week to press her case of sexual assault by a powerful figure. But the accused was not Roy S. Moore or Harvey Weinstein or Donald J. Trump. It was Bill Clinton.
“I feel like people are starting to believe and realize that I was truly sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton,” Juanita Broaddrick said on Fox News nearly two decades after first going public with her story. “All victims matter. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Democrat or a Republican. Who cares if you’re straight or you’re gay, or if you believe in God or not. We all have a right to be believed.”
The cultural conversation about women, power and sexual misconduct that has consumed the United States in recent weeks has now raised a question that is eagerly promoted by those on the political right just as it discomfits those on the political left: What about Bill? While Fox News and other conservative outlets revive years-old charges against Mr. Clinton to accuse Mr. Moore’s critics of hypocrisy, some liberals say it may be time to rethink their defense of the 42nd president.
Matthew Yglesias, a liberal blogger who once worked at the Center for American Progress, a pillar of the Clinton political world, wrote on Vox.com on Wednesday that “I think we got it wrong” by defending Mr. Clinton in the 1990s and that he should have resigned. Chris Hayes, the liberal MSNBC host, said on Twitter that “Democrats and the center left are overdue for a real reckoning with the allegations against him.”