"Ferguson Syndrome"; Racially-motivated Riots Sweep Nation

"Ferguson Syndrome"; Racially-motivated Riots Sweep Nation

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In what can be termed the “Ferguson Syndrome” for the protests and riots that followed the 2014 shooting of 18-year-old African-American Michael Brown by white Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, the United States is experiencing a wave of racially-motivated protests and riots in cities where white police are acquitted of murder charges in cases involving the shooting of black males.

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Federal Judge in Arpaio Case Prepares to Rule Trump Pardon Unconstitutional

Federal Judge in Arpaio Case Prepares to Rule Trump Pardon Unconstitutional

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In a case that has dragged on for seven years, U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton in Phoenix, Arizona, has refused to cancel the sentencing hearing scheduled October 4, 2017, for former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, even after President Trump issued an unconditional presidential pardon to Arpaio.

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Ending Abuses in Law Enforcement Asset Forfeiture: The Need to Impose Limits on Government Seizures of Private Property

Ending Abuses in Law Enforcement Asset Forfeiture: The Need to Impose Limits on Government Seizures of Private Property

In the 1970s and 1980s, property seizure was used as a technique for fighting organizations engaged in various types of criminal activity, such as drug dealing. Today, it is being applied as an effective technique of combating white collar crime. In each of these instances the goal is the same: not just to punish the perpetrators of these crimes, but to confiscate for the victims the financial proceeds derived from the crime.

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COPS Program Has Spent Billions Since 1994 Portraying Criminals as Victims and Police as Criminals

COPS Program Has Spent Billions Since 1994 Portraying Criminals as Victims and Police as Criminals

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Trump administration is continuing to implement the COPS program in the Department of Justice, a provision of the Clinton-era 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act (P.L. 103-322), a program that President Clinton promised would provide the federal grants needed to hire and equip 100,000 new police officers.

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How the Violent Hard-Left “Antifa” Movement Copies Communists in Weimar Republic Germany

How the Violent Hard-Left “Antifa” Movement Copies Communists in Weimar Republic Germany

The violent, confrontational nature of Antifa anarchists presents a challenge to U.S. law enforcement that is unprecedented; they reject the free speech principles upon which civil discourse depends, while seeking to achieve the demise of the U.S. Constitution, as it holds as illegitimate any compromise with their communist worldview.

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