June 2014 GOP News Conference
Disciplinary difficulties prompt suspension of Michelle MacDonald’s law license
The former state Supreme Court candidate will also be on probation for two years, when many restrictions will be in place.
By Paul Walsh Star Tribune JANUARY 17, 2018 — 9:28PM
Justice Anne McKeig wrote: “MacDonald’s obstructionist behavior has undoubtedly delayed resolution for families in crisis…We fail to adequately protect the public by imposing discipline that does not fully account for the significant harms caused by MacDonald’s misconduct.”
The continued blatant demonization and discrediting of Attorney Michelle MacDonald is necessary as she is considered a threat to The Establishment’s status quo. The current court system translates into fraud and state sponsored corruption which is financially devastating individuals and families, harming children, and fleecing taxpayers.
Unless you are willing to act with impunity, indifference, and without shame and violate procedural rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution, you will be marginalized or eliminated.
“If you would know who controls you see who you may not criticise.”
Law Professor James Duane gives viewers startling reasons why they should always exercise their 5th Amendment rights when questioned by government officials.
Awesome video, everyone should watch this. Thanks!
The military teaches the only thing that one is required to tell; Name, rank and serial number; NO MORE!
Cops are not your friends
I’ve watched it a few times over the past couple of years and it is A MUST WATCH!
Hey…..Norfolk! My hometown.
This was amazing. I always thought that if I had nothing to hide (which I don’t), that the police would be my advocate. I see how wrong I was.
sorry… I’m so late.. Silent Citizen told me about this one
If you have trouble exercising your right to remain silent, this is worth watching and paying attention.
I would love to know how many innocent people in American history have been executed.
One of the most informative presentations I have ever seen on the Internet. Proves all this time on line isn’t wasted.
ANYTHING can and will be used against you in a court og law!
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I knew people shouldn’t talk to cops, but i didn’t know how even stating the truth could lead to problems. I won’t forget that, if i am one day “interviewed” by the police.
I saw this quite a while ago, but I’m glad to see it’s still going around. Everyone should see this.
Silence is “Golden” nothing else worth adding!
I never try and send innocent people to jail. At the start he saying, everyone breaks the law. So maybe true he not trying to send innocent people to jail. Seeing noone is innocent, he trys to send everyone to jail.
The 5th amendment affords us the right to NOT incriminate our self. Police however, use the person’s 5th amendment right to mean, if they are not talking they must then be guilty. “To protect and to serve” this has been posted on most cop cars until recently. The problem is: who are they protecting and who are they serving? That answer is. They protect sand serve the government, not the citizen. The Miranda right…anything you say can and will be used against you!!! Why is there no protection for YOU? It is onesided, designed only to help convict you. Why does it not read: can be used for or against you. Last but not least… When entering a plea the courts documents have guilty or not guilty… Innocent is not an acceptable plea and so, even this subtle insinuation is designed to adversely effect you!
ive watched this video so many times. lol
SAEXTAZYPREZ. I’m not sure where you got this video but it was awesome, except that guy talked fast as shit….. I will have to watch it again several more times to catch all he was saying but I took away a lot of great info from it… I see in your videos where the cops come up to you asking if they can help you with anything , you say no and they keep digging to get you talking. And when you say I’m taking the 5th and they say you can’t because you are not under arrest yet. You have to be arrested to plead the 5th. People fall for that line too. Great video hope you put out more or at least share where you got it for those of us that can’t afford to donate.
Notice the policeman said they are allowed to lie in an interrogation. Even their name for it is a lie. Rest assured the biggest liars in your vicinity are two groups, the people and the police.
Yeah, I saw this video the other day. It’s one thing when a lawyer tells you not to talk to the police. But when a police officer says it – LISTEN TO HIM!!!
My granddaughter found out the police are major liers. I understand it is the SYSTEM. But it creates so many problems even for normal law abiding citizens. My father was a military officer. It took him decades to fully realize how corrupt this system is. I can’t blame the individual officers, they are victims of the system too.
Good tutorial, excellent advice
Cops are not your friends
If every American watched this and took it to heart, our society would be so much different. Great video.
Good way to get arrested for nothing. Someone walked out in front of my car, he fell to the ground, I was going very slowly. When the police arrived I told them what happened, he was taken away with a broken hip in an ambulance. If I had refused to talk, would I have just driven home?. I don’t think so. I went to see this poor old guy in hospital that evening. He told me I had stopped really fast, had not hit him, but he lost his balance and fell against my car and then the ground braking his hip. Lucky for me he turned out to be a really nice honest guy.
Yep, happened to me! A little noisy confrontation with my wife inside my house about a notebook that needed to be returned to the shop (was a loaner) was misunderstand by a Spanish speaking nurse who called police. I was questioned in my store because I left my house to go to work (without the notebook loaner). I was very nice to police and told them the story but he arrested me for home-violence! All cleared up after some days and I was NOT charged with anything – I will NEVER volunteer information anymore! I cannot think what can happen in a serious case!
One of my first lectures I watched on youtube. Great material.
By Nicholas West
A new type of court case is slowly but steadily emerging within the American legal system: alleged crimes being detected from data supplied by smart devices.
Several cases over the last few years have focused on data transmitted within the modern smart home, while a couple of others add an extra dimension of police completely reconstructing a crime scene based upon data collected from the home as well as the various Internet-connected devices that we wear.
The very nature of the 1st, 4th and 5th Amendments to the Constitution appears to be at stake.
In December of last year an Arkansas murder case made headlines not so much for the death itself, but how a suspect was brought into custody. James Bates hosted a party at his Bentonville home on the night of November 21st, 2015. At some point during the event a man drowned in a hot tub on the property. Bates claimed to have found the victim the next morning when he awoke, stating that it was a tragic accident, but Arkansas police obtained smart water meter readings that showed an anomaly between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m. Based solely on this data – and obtained without a warrant – Bates was arrested and charged with 1st degree murder.
Somewhat ironically, James Bates subsequently requested recordings from his Amazon Echo to defend himself against these charges, which resulted in Amazon waiving their standard privacy conditions.
A second case followed wherein we saw a police narrative emerge that a crime had been prevented by a home’s smart system. A domestic dispute resulted in Eduardo Barros allegedly wielding a firearmagainst his girlfriend and threatening to kill her. However, during the argument he exclaimed, “Did you call the sherrifs?” This activated a voice-controlled sound system in his home and dialed 911. After an hours-long standoff, the suspect was taken into custody and charged. Law enforcement was quick to hail the smart technology as having “saved a life.” But it was the presiding judge who shook privacy advocates by accepting the evidence regardless of how it was obtained, saying that there was indeed probable cause for the arrest without a warrant.
Hallelujah! Andy Ostrowski lawyer activist has been released and we have video conference he is okay
some comments from Ken Ditkowsky:
AT this point in time Andy has been free – below is a link to his interview with John Adams – it is worth a listen – at least in part.
On Friday, September 29, 2017, 8:10:01 PM CDT, Brian Fedorka <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
You can go to his page for a live video interview (crappy audio) earlier today with John Adams. If you don’t trust the link below then to repeat, simply visit Andy’s facebook page, ‘Andy Ostrowski’.
It is now clear that we are in fact all in danger. As an attorney Andy had the training to know what he was facing and to deal with it; however, had the miscreants been able to drug him — he would have been a candidate for “elder cleansing!
Now that the ordeal is over, Andy indicates that he wants to get on with his life – however — the wrongful mental health arrest of Andy is a warning for every one of us — Democracy is not a spectator sport and in a flash – any one of us, including some of us who feel immune, can be hauled off to the Gulag and the next time any one sees us – they see a zombie! A dose or two of the right chemical and – bingo! You are none person!
Continue Reading: https://marygsykes.com/2017/09/30/hallelujah-andy-ostrowski-lawyer-activist-has-been-released-and-we-have-video-conference-he-is-okay/
Annelise Rice, a hockey player at UND and graduate of Minnetonka High School, filed a lawsuit on March 17, 2017, in Minnesota federal court seeking damages for deprivation of civil rights by tortuous intervention in a mother-child relationship and deprivation of rights under color of the law (Civil Action No. 17-cv-796 ADM/HB).
As expected, U.S. District Judge Ann Montgomery dismissed the case on September 19, 2017. Annelise will be appealing to the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals.
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER
MINNESOTA CHILD VICTIM ACT