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The death of Michael Brown has been in the news for months. The nation awaits a decision on if official charges will be brought towards Police Officer Darren Wilson. Leading Attorney Daniel Hochheiser will join the national award-winning radio talk show Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton live on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at 7:30 pm EST to discuss the legal ramifications of this high profile case. Join us for one ground-breaking show.
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Sonia Vanessa Lipford currently reside in Oak Grove located in the state of Kentucky. Born in Richmond Virginia but was raised in Petersburg Virginia. While growing up our family moved/traveled a lot due to my step father being in the military from Virginia, Alabama, Texas, Alaska and Tennessee before settling down in Oak Grove Kentucky. I am a proud mother of four children two boys Terrance and Jamal and two girls Jumanji and Theresa whom I named after my mother. Graduate from Lathrop High School in Alaska and attended Austin Peay University in Clarksville Tennessee and Colorado University earned a Professional Certificate as a Correction Technician.My children was my inspiration for writing the three children books because as youngsters they would always try to find new ways to play with their toys.The three books she has written from first to last is Witches Broom in My Room, Teaching My Sister Her colors andMolly and The Purple String.
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Tim Kosnoff is a former deputy prosecutor and longtime trial lawyer. In the past 16 years, Tim Kosnoff has represented more than 1,000 victims of childhood sex abuse. He has secured over $250 million in settlements and judgments for abuse survivors in cases against the Boy Scouts of America, several Roman Catholic dioceses, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the Salvation Army, the Jesuits and other religious orders. Kosnoff is frequently interviewed as a legal expert on TV and in the news. He was recently featured in a Los Angeles Times-Canadian Broadcasting Corp. investigation into sex abuse in scouting. One of Kosnoff’s landmark cases was recently profiled in the book “The Sins of Brother Curtis,” by Lisa Davis (Simon & Schuster).
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CLAYTON, Mo./FERGUSON, Mo. - Missouri officials plan to announce a grand jury's decision on whether to criminally charge a white police officer in the August fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson at 8 p.m. local time (0200 GMT) on Monday, authorities said.
The death of 18-year-old Michael Brown, a resident of a predominantly black city with a white-dominated power structure, sparked weeks of sometimes violent protests in the St. Louis suburb and has become a flashpoint for strained U.S. race relations.
Activists in Ferguson and around the United States have been preparing for the grand jury's decision for weeks.
St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch's office plans to announce the finding in Clayton, Missouri, where the grand jury met, spokesman Ed Magee said.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has called up the National Guard and local officials have been planning a massive police presence to quell any potential violence, particularly if officer Darren Wilson is not indicted in the Aug. 9 shooting.
Protesters, demanding the criminal indictment of a white police officer who shot dead an unarmed bla …
Nixon plans to make a public plea for peace at 5:30 p.m. local time (2330 GMT) in remarks at the University of St. Louis, a spokesman said.
The grand jury, with nine white and three black members, has been meeting since late August, and has heard evidence including witnesses called by the prosecution as well as a private pathologist hired by the Brown family to review the shooting. Nine jurors need to agree to bring charges.
Grand Jury Decision on the Police Shooting of Michael Brown: Who is Responsible for Violence in Ferguson? /
Understanding the Ferguson Uprising in the Context of Mass Incarceration /
There is a saying, “A grand jury will indict a ham sandwich.” That is, the outcome of a grand jury hearing is largely controlled by the prosecutor. To the extent that there is any debate over whether or not to indict Wilson, it relates not to deliberation among the jurors, but to the tactical considerations of different sections of the ruling class over how best to contain—and prepare for—opposition within the population /
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AMERICA'S DARKEST SECRET By: Martha Rose Crow
Yasmine Ariana Bolden was born on January 27, 1999, in Fairfax, SC. Yasmine is the oldest daughter of Dexter and Tawanna Bolden. She has two sisters, Destiny and Zahari Bolden. She is currently 15 years old and attends Royal Live Oaks School of the Arts and Sciences in Hardeeville, SC. God anointed Yasmine at such an early age. She has been singing since the age of six and has performed at many churches, school events, outside events, funerals, and weddings throughout her life. After auditioning for Apollo, she made it to the 2nd round. In 2010, Yasmine was chosen to represent Model Productions, Inc. as a New Face Model. Being led by God, Yasmine is in a season of change. Not only does she sings in the Youth Choir and is a member of the Youth Ministry, she also serves as a PFC in the Young Marines of Parris Island, SC while being an active 4H Club member. While attending the Sounds of Joy Music School, she opened for renowned national recording artist Lee Williams with the First Euhaw Baptist Church Youth Choir. Yasmine received the Youth on the Rise Artist of the Year and MVP at the Season 5 of the Prayze Factor People’s Choice Awards in Atlanta, GA.
Yasmine’s talent and ministry do not stop there. She has also played in Mulan at the Beaufort Children’s Theater. The gift that has been placed in her life has also led her to perform for and with Jekalyn Carr, renowned artist Joan Lipsey-Roach, Dr. George P. Lee, III and Fortress Fire of Savannah, GA, and Terrance Thomas and Passion for Christ. “My passion is singing and ministering to millions of people around the world. I do not take my voice for granted because God gave me this gift.”
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German World War 2 Field Marshall Erich Von Manstein born "LEWINSKI" in Poland---Adopted by aristocratic German Family named VON MANSTEIN---Is Monica Lewinski related to Erich Von Manstein /Lewinski--Jewish Heritage?
Field Marshall Von Manstein was tried at the Nuremburg war trials as a "war criminal"
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A riveting crime story always keeps my attention. First time author, Stephen J. Resnick has written The 45 Stitch Rule, a fictional account of events facing members of the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office during a particular week in August of 1974. The book details the good, the bad, and the ugly side of dealing with the victims and perpetrators of crime in Brooklyn. The author also offers a look at the humorous side to criminal proceedings such as The Best Free Night Show In Town also known as Night Court (recall that TV show and you get the idea).The story begins on a Sunday morning, as Assistant District Attorney, Alan Stone, is contacted by an NYPD patrolman seeking help on a problem with a confessed axe murderer. The story follows Stone through the week, as he investigates and prosecutes serious and frivolous crimes, and finds love in an unexpected place. It’s a tough week for ADA Stone and the NYPD and includes plenty of murder and mayhem with a cast of richly drawn characters. The action takes place in Brooklyn but there are sidelines in Bordentown and Hightstown, NJ. The title of the book, The 45 Stitch Rule, had me wondering until the significance was explained. It seems there are many unwritten rules that guide law enforcement in their daily grind of dealing with too many criminals in an overloaded justice system. Think plea bargaining. This book is fiction, but author Stephen J. Resnick definitely has the inside track. He spent many years as a prosecutor in NY and NJ, at county and state levels. He has prosecuted everything from street crime, organized crime, narcotics and such, to bribery, securities fraud, Medicaid fraud and environmental crimes. As a government attorney he has represented sitting judges and prosecutors. After the interview, please check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live.
"Talkin Law" Radio with Dan Hochheiser analyzes criminal cases in the news, trends in the law, & covers all legal current events. Attorney Daniel Hochheiser is a Criminal Defense Attorney in NY & host of this show. Each week "Talkin Law" with Dan Hochheiser features newmakers, attorneys, media personalities, celebrities, politicians, business people & so much more. "Talkin Law" with Dan Hochheiser has a straight talk with a no nonsense edge & engages attorneys and laymen alike.
Dan will be talking to Attorney & Former Prosecutor Xavier R. Donaldson about all of the hottest legal news of the week. Dan will also talk to Police Reform Organizing Project (PROP) Director Robert Gangi about his new report on NYPD misdemeanor arrests in 2014.
One of my favorite shows is Law and Order: SVU. It's a hard hitting show that explores the depravity of the human conditions and the police officers who do their best to rid the world of the lowest of the low scum. With memorable characters such as Detective Elliot Stabler and Detective Olivia Benson, who go the extra thousand mile to get the perp put behind bars. Then, when they trap the perp, now they have to work with the DA's office to make sure all the evidence they obtain is presented in court so justice can be served. An important fact that the show taught me though is that if you're guilty, pray for a really bad prosecutor or pay well for a good defense attorney.
What is important to note in shows like Law and Order, CSI, and others, is the evidence. What does the evidence say? And where does it lead? Part of the problem in today's society is that people are swayed by popular opinion, or emotional connection instead of weighing the evidence and following that evidence wherever it leads. Even it the evidence smacks dead against how we feel or what we want to believe.
Join me as we discuss this topic with author Lewis Smith of Testimonium. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today.
Another sad day for the Berrien County prosecutor Mike Sepic and Judge Sterling Schrock, who teamed up fought together to convict Rev Pinkney with no evidence, absolutely no evidence only in America:
Several people from the Three Oak and New Buffalo communities both 99.9 white, have contact Rev Pinkney about one such juror.
The hatred in Gail Freehling eyes and her expressions as she sat on the jury was plain to see, especially when Rev Pinkney was testifying.
Was she a plant, placed on the jury for the purpose of thwarting justice/ one must wonder. Indeed , how could a person be convicted , as was Rev Pinkney with no evidence?
If ordinary people of any color are to realize true justice, Gail Freehling and those like her, should not participate in a racially sensitive court case