Home » Posts tagged with » probable cause

Beverly Hills, CA | Hundreds Attempt To Get Their Money Back After FBI Deposit Box Raid Fails To Produce Evidence Of Wrongdoing

Beverly Hills, CA | Hundreds Attempt To Get Their Money Back After FBI Deposit Box Raid Fails To Produce Evidence Of Wrongdoing

  Sebastian Hughes Hundreds of people are attempting to get back money and valuables seized by the FBI after it raided deposit boxes they rented, the Los Angeles Times reported. “It was a complete violation of my privacy,” Joseph Ruiz, an unemployed chef and one of 66 box holders who have filed court claims saying […]

Trump pardons Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Trump pardons Sheriff Joe Arpaio

By George Miller Today, President Donald Trump pardoned six-time elected former Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff Joe Arpaio.  He had been convicted of a misdemeanor by a federal judge (who refused his right to trial by jury and more). At the age of 85 and over a half century of valuable government service in public safety, […]

Clinton corruption and our 2 ‘justice’ systems

Clinton corruption and our 2 ‘justice’ systems

By Larry Klayman The president of Brazil, having been impeached for far less than the high crimes and misdemeanors committed by President Bill Clinton, the Wicked Witch of the Left Hillary Clinton’s equally felonious hubby, was convicted Thursday for mismanaging and lying to the people about the Brazilian budget. The Brazilian people now have thrown […]

DUI Checkpoints are unconstitutional – Big Time

DUI Checkpoints are unconstitutional – Big Time

By Bruce Boyer Once again it is that special time of the year, no not Christmas–checkpoints. To help us celebrate the season our local police departments will be engaged in setting up checkpoints. Ventura has one planned for Dec 12th. We have the right to be free from unreasonable searches. Where is their Probable Cause? […]

Why “checkpoints’ are a violation of our 4th Amendment rights

Why “checkpoints’  are a violation of our 4th Amendment rights

Editor’s note:  We are presenting a three part op-ed on the Unconstitutionally of DUI checkpoints. This is part two.  Mr. Boyer is a community activist and proponent of the 4th Amendment.  We invite opposing views from all quarters, including law enforcement.     By Bruce Boyer Our rights as enumerated in our Bill of Rights […]