This is a different lawsuit than the one I posted about a few days ago.
N E W S R E L E A S E
FOR RELEASE: Thursday, December 5, 2013
CONTACT: Frank Fluckiger, National Chairman: 801-544-405
Jon Barrie, NM Constitution Party Chairman: 505-508-3607
New Mexico Constitution Party Sues Secretary of State
National and State Parties Seek Reversal of Denial of Ballot Position
By David Clements, New Mexico U.S. Senate Candidate
Mesilla, NM - Tea Party patriots, Libertarian party members, business owners, Constitutional Conservatives, young liberty activists, Students for Ron Paul, and even disenchanted blue dog Democrats gathered Tuesday evening at Andeles, a popular Mexican restaurant off of New Mexico Highway 28, to learn more about the candidacy of Dona Ana Republican Party Chairman David Clements young bid for the United States Senate. The campaign had made a limited attempt to publicize the event to the pan-conservative grassroots in Dona Ana county.
The Anally-TORTURED New Mexico Victim David Eckert's Lawyer Joe Kennedy interviewed by Ernie Hancock - Nov. 8, 2013Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Fri, 11/08/2013 - 21:45
Ernie Hancock: "If this is not a sign that we're literally being SCREWED by The Man..."
Feds Subjected Innocent Woman to Finger Probe of Vagina & Anus (VIDEO)
THIRD victim of sexual molestation at hands of New Mexico authorities comes forward
Paul Joseph Watson
November 8, 2013
A third victim of anal probing and sexual assault at the hands of New Mexico authorities has come forward, with the ACLU representing a woman who says federal agents pressed their fingers into her vagina and anus without consent and without a warrant.
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Police forced New Mexico scrap metal tradesman David Eckert to undergo two digital anal probes, three enema insertions and ultimately a colonoscopy after officers incorrectly assumed he was concealing drugs, according to a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court on his behalf.
Albuquerque civil rights attorney Shannon Kennedy is representing Eckert and says she is seeking "in excess of $1 million in punitive damages alone" from the law enforcement and medical personnel responsible and their employers.
Man Subjected to Anal Cavity Searches, Forced Enemas, Colonoscopy for Clenching his Buttocks "Suspiciously"Submitted by AlpharettaGA on Tue, 11/05/2013 - 14:31
I didn't see this posted.
All this guy did was not come to a full and complete stop at a stop sign while exiting a Wal-Mart parking lot in New Mexico. When the officer that was lying in wait around the corner pulled him over, they ordered the man out of his car, and they claimed that he was clenching his gluteus maximus in a "suspicious" manner, suggesting that he was hiding something like drugs in his rectum. That was all they needed to secure a search warrant from a judge and subject the man to humiliating medical procedures for the next 14 hours:
NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — There were tense moments at JFK Airport on Thursday when workers found a gun in the ceiling panel of a maintenance closet.
The area that the gun was discovered in was not past the security screening area. There was no word on how the gun got there, CBS 2 reported.
The Port Authority released the following statement on Thursday:
Nearly three out of four students at Columbus Elementary, the school closest to the border, live in Palomas [Mexico] and were born to Mexican parents. The Palomas children are American because of a long-standing state and federal policy that allows Mexican women to deliver their babies at the nearest hospital, which happens to be 30 miles north of the border in Deming, N.M., the seat of Luna County.
This is what happens when a big rig driver falls asleep: Demolished Vehicles, Avocados Everywhere July 4thSubmitted by Resistance_2009 on Fri, 07/05/2013 - 09:54
Will Americans Be Eating Horsemeat?: Fed Officials Approve Horse Slaughterhouse in N.M., Iowa, Missouri To FollowSubmitted by emalvini on Fri, 06/28/2013 - 20:28
Will Americans Be Eating Horsemeat?: Fed Officials Approve Horse Slaughterhouse in N.M., Iowa, Missouri To Follow
JERI CLAUSING 3 hours ago
PoliticsUnited States Department of AgricultureUnited States Congress
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Federal officials cleared the way Friday for a return to domestic horse slaughter, granting a southeastern New Mexico company's application to convert its cattle facility into a horse processing plant.
"It’s not possible to violate the Fourth Amendment “just a little bit” for some people and not suffer the consequences personally. As we’ve already seen in California with the Dorner rampage (and other parts of the country), citizens are no longer the object of protection by the agencies charged with doing so, but have become collateral damage in various domestic 'wars'"