https://twitter.com/UR_Ninja/status/1002187358123552768some good news for a change
Quote from: brugroffil on May 31, 2018, 07:23:34 AMhttps://twitter.com/UR_Ninja/status/1002187358123552768some good news for a changehttps://twitter.com/ryanjreilly/status/1002200608907120640"not explainable to the court"
a video recording enabled them to identify the 31-year-old Wiggins as the suspect. Federal, state and local authorities searched for Wiggins over two days, checking into hundreds of tips.Rewards totaling $46,000 had been offered for information leading to his arrest.
The family of a 30-year-old man who was shot dead by a US sheriff's deputy have been awarded $4 in damages following a wrongful death lawsuit.
I think my proposal to deal with systemic police issues merits a closer look. It's got real vision.
No idea what that means
when the "prison rape is a good form of punishment" turns into "this means we should sentence gays to death, because they'll enjoy prison"https://twitter.com/Ali_Gharib/status/1007246001772679173
The state of South Dakota disagrees, arguing that the alleged anti-gay bias is not at all like the racial bias demonstrated in the Peña-Rodriguez case. The Supreme Court's ruling was "narrowly tailored" only for cases where a conviction was based on race and "did not create an exception for alleged homosexual bias," Assistant Attorney General Paul Swedlund wrote in a court filing. Part of the Supreme Court's logic in Peña-Rodriguez was that racism had played a distinct role in "thwarting aspirations of equality" in the system. The same could not be said for anti-gay bias, Swedlund argued. Our history is "not replete with 'stark and unapologetic' anti-homosexual jury verdicts. No wars have been fought over it. No nationwide programs have been perpetrated for the enslavement or eradication of homosexuals," he wrote. "No politician has ever proposed constructing a wall to keep homosexuals out of the country. The acceptance of equality in regard to non-racial distinctions has occurred largely peaceably and with comparatively greatly less controversy."