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Welcome to the United States Department of Justice
Thursday, April 17, 2014 A few days ago, many of you observed the beginning of Passover, marking the start of a long and difficult journey from tyranny and persecution toward freedom in the Promised Land. Today, this community begins its own journey of healing. And although the road ahead will not be easy, I promise you that I, and millions of others throughout our nation, will be here to walk alongside you – not only today, but always. We will never stop fighting for justice. And we will never forget the names, or the stories, of those we lost.

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Taxpayers Forced to Pick Up Tab for War Profiteer KBR By John Galt Among the many notorious war profiteers federal contractors, Kellogg Brown & Root (spun off from Halliburton) has long been cited for fiscal misconduct and a range of health, environmental and human rights violations. As highlighted by Sourcewatch, they also have been the largest recipient of no-bid defense contracts which have further insured that their gross negligence continues. Here are some of the documented exploits from the KBR file: Overcharging the GovernmentViolating the Anti-Kickback ActFraudExposing troops to unsafe water conditionsBriberyOverpricingBreaching contractSexual assaultFalse claimsConspiracySexual harassment So who pays to clean up their malfeasance? Endangered Species Interactive Website View our new interactive map to learn about endangered species success in your state or territory. Launch Map » U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Seeks Proposals from States and Tribes for Wolf Livestock Demonstration Project Grant The U.S.

Chapter 08 - Deviance and Crime What’s the Big Deal About Deviance? As was mentioned in the culture chapter a Norm is a set of expected behaviors for a given role and social status . In most societies, the majority of people conform to the most important norms most of the time. For example, wearing casual clothes to class is normal on many campuses. 75 Percent of Americans Perceive "Widespread Corruption" in Gov't By Justin Gardner The Inspector General of the Commerce Department has found blatant corruption in the Census Bureau office that is supposed to screen Census Bureau employees. Falsified time records totaling $1.1 million, graft, and threats against whistleblowers were pervasive in the office of less than 80 employees.

ASSESSMENT OF SOCIETAL SECURITY IN RECENT PAST AND TODAY POLICING IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: Comparing Firsthand Knowledge with Experience from the West, © 1996 College of Police and Security Studies, Slovenia Miran Mitar At first the article sketches some "domestic" approaches (before the short war for the independence of Slovenia in 1991) to assessment of societal security from the viewpoint of internal security. Then some theoretical dilemmas of conceptual approaches from the view of different theoretical traditions (paradigms), especially from the viewpoint of the latest development of systems theory, are discussed . Bailey's social entropy theory (in simplicated version) as a starting point for assessment of (societal) security was presented, and at last but not at least, the attention is paid to some problems with the use of systems approach.

IRS Agent Busted for Attempting to Extort $20,000 from Cannabis Shop Owner By John Vibes An IRS agent was arrested this week after he was caught attempting to con a Seattle marijuana shop owner out of $20,000. The 42-year-old agent, Paul G. Hurley, reportedly demanded a $20,000 bribe from the shop owner, in exchange for a break on an audit. In fact, Hurley had said that he saved the business owner over a million dollars on his tax return, and that his current tax bill was just under $300,000.

Coming to Grips With Feminicide Since the completion of our edited book, violence against women who defend human rights is growing at an alarming rate. Flor Alicia's is one of many cases of relatives threatened or murdered for the human rights activities of their family members. Several of Flor Alicia's relatives, including her mother, are well-known human rights defenders in Chihuahua. How to Tell Corrupt Judges and Attorneys to Fu*k Off If do not know how the legal system really works, the information and video in this article may confuse you or make you wonder if any of it is true. As a person who have studied contract law and trust law, and how the legal system works from behind the scene, I can confidently say that the information about the legal system that Dean Clifford shared in the video at the end of this article is quite accurate. Dean Clifford is the type of guy who is not afraid to tell you exactly how he feels and he is not afraid to express his feelings using swear words. Dean did use a lot of swear words in the video, so you may want to turn down the volume when watching it or use a headphone to listen to the audio. If you want to learn how to defend your rights and make corrupt judges and attorneys piss in their pants and cry for their mommy every time they see you, study Natural Law, trust law and contract law, and learn how to use them to defend your rights.

Eugenics: Compulsory Sterilization in 50 American States Lutz Kaelber, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Vermont Presentation about "eugenic sterilizations" in comparative perspective at the 2012 Social Science History Association: 1, 2. American eugenics refers inter alia to compulsory sterilization laws adopted by over 30 states that led to more than 60,000 sterilizations of disabled individuals. Many of these individuals were sterilized because of a disability: they were mentally disabled or ill, or belonged to socially disadvantaged groups living on the margins of society. American eugenic laws and practices implemented in the first decades of the twentieth century influenced the much larger National Socialist compulsory sterilization program, which between 1934 and 1945 led to approximately 350,000 compulsory sterilizations and was a stepping stone to the Holocaust. This site provides such an overview.

The War on Kids This film is an expose of the war on drugs, and the way federal grants are awarded to local law enforcement based on the number of drug arrests reported. In turn these police departments prey on some of the most vulnerable members of their communities to keep their number up and the money flowing in. In an undercover sting called "Operation Glass House" police officers infiltrated three Temecula, California high schools, where they attempted to build friendships with students and purchase drugs from them. Not exactly known for its drug scene, Temecula is mentioned to be the second safest city in America. Deputy Daniel Zipperstein, operating undercover as teenager Daniel Briggs, was assigned to Chaparral High School, where he befriended Jesse Snodgrass. Daniel frequently asked Jesse to hook him up with pot, and eventually Jesse obliged.

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