Re: [ronpaul-48] FW: Rectal probe after traffic stop spurs lawsuit | Call me 'Captain Justice,' says lawyer in cheeky filing | Fewer and fewer are taking LSATs

From: Paul
Sent on: Friday, November 8, 2013 12:43 PM
Hey Mark,

Not that I agree with the cops here, (who would?!) but this particular dude that got the anal probe, he was busted in the past with drugs up his bum.   So there was a history of him stashing drugs up there.......

Pretty crazy story though, huh?

We need some serious oversight.....and not from the department, from us citizens.

Agreed Mark.

Paul


From: "Mark A. Adams, JD/MBA" <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Friday, November 8,[masked]:45 AM
Subject: [ronpaul-48] FW: Rectal probe after traffic stop spurs lawsuit | Call me 'Captain Justice,' says lawyer in cheeky filing | Fewer and fewer are taking LSATs

FYI - The hospital also billed the victim for the illegal searches ordered by "law" enforcement.  Also, they didn't find any drugs, but thank goodness that these enforcers are doing their best to keep us safe from the potential that someone might put drugs in their body, or their booty, huh?

Now, if only there was some type of citizen oversight mechanism that could review complaints like this one and the Bar regulator complaints which are sure to follow against the lawyers representing the victim, then people in power might get held responsible for their crimes, huh?

Some dude said such a mechanism for citizen oversight of criminal acts used to be in place, but that it was stolen by fascist scum.  He even says that there are a couple of U.S. Supreme Court decisions about the right to talk to such a citizen oversight board, but I haven't heard this on TV, so he couldn't be right, could he?

Anyway, see what he said about this a few years ago at http://youtu.be/PwDO2J5cNJQ and then see an article with a quote from and link to a U.S. Supreme Court case talking about the importance of this citizen oversight board at http://tiny.cc/lwgnqw

Any thoughts?

Mark A. Adams JD/MBA

P.S. Also, don't miss the article at the last link below especially if you never practiced law and you or someone that you know are thinking about going to "law" school.  


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Date: Fri, 8 Nov[masked]:00:00 -0600
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