Wednesday, May 04, 2005

5 to 4, Supreme Court Dissenting Opinions

5 to 4, the Supreme Court case affirming that we live in a Police State
The dissenting opinions tell a story in this case. We are at a pivotal point of freedom in the United States of America. Those of you that remain silent on these issues signifies acceptance. Pathetic Sheep didn’t build this country, but may ruin it forever.

-Steven G. Erickson aka Vikingas

Larry Dudley Hiibel Posted by Hello

Larry Dudley Hiibel a cattle rancher, was the plaintiff in Hiibel v. Nevada

-- Right To Remain Silent Case goes to US Supreme Court October 21, 2003

-- Larry Dudley Hiibel case lost at US Supreme Court June 21, 2004


He fought the law, and the law won By Larry Dudley Hiibel

Here’s why this was so important to me: I don’t believe that the authorities in the United States of America are supposed to walk up to you and ask for your papers. I thought that wasn’t lawful. Apparently I was wrong, but I thought that that was part of what we were guaranteed under the Constitution. We’re supposed to be free men, able to walk freely in our own country - not hampered, not stopped at checkpoints. That’s part of what makes this country different from other places. That’s what I was taught.

And it’s not just because it’s in the Constitution. It’s something that you just kind of know. It’s kind of obvious. If you haven’t committed a crime, you shouldn’t be harassed by the police. If they suspect you of something, I don’t see why they shouldn’t explain it. I wasn’t violent. And it was proved later in court that I hadn’t committed any crimes.


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The History of Abuse of Citizens arbitrarily caught up in the legal system

Do White Officers give White Officers a FREE PASS, but not Minority Officers?

Can cops rape, rob, beat, and murder with immunity?

What is prison really like?

Should a bar owner that wasn’t sure which official to bribe go to prison?


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