"OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — One man's quest to explain his brother's mysterious jail cell death 19 years ago has rekindled long-dormant questions about whether others were involved in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.
Dog shot and killed during search for toddler:
SALT LAKE CITY — A neighbor's dog was shot and killed during a police search for a 3-year-old Wednesday.
Around 4:30 p.m., Salt Lake City Police Department reported that a 3- year-old boy named Kelby was missing from his home near 2500 South and Fillmore Street. He was found safe in his home just before 5 p.m.
As police searched for the toddler, an officer entered Sean Kendall's yard, felt Kendall's dog, Geist, was aggressive, and shot the dog, police said. Police can lawfully enter private yards during an emergency.
Too Late to Apologize? When the PoliceState You've Helped Build Boomerangs: Fmr UT Atty Gen raided by FBI & complains!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Tue, 06/10/2014 - 13:42
Now, will the Corporatist Govt employees finally 'see' the type of country they've helped turn it into, when it starts attacking them, in earnest??
So Judge.me has closed down.
They recommend net-arb.com
Has anyone had experience with net-arb or are there any other third party arbitration websites? I have some contract work and I will have to turn it down unless I can agree to a third party arbitration.
Thanks to SuccessCouncil for the original post here where I learned about 3rd party arbitration.
Well well well, the criminals are figuring out that all you need to do is dress like the SWAT team when entering a home and the owner wont fight back until its too late. Many DP'ers here foresaw this fallout from the Police State policy and now its coming to fruition. Ironically, the homeowners are better off with the criminals breaking in than if it was the real SWAT team as their dog is still alive and nobody got shot. Notice the police STILL searched the victims house after all this went down:
Gunmen dressed as police invade home, assault resident
This just broke across multiple media channels.
I've been sitting on our internal reports for a few days. I was asked to stand down and NOT draw attention and NOT put out the call for BOTG.
From Carol Bundy:
Please make your way to Blanding Utah this Saturday May 10th 9AM to protest the BLM Closure of Recapture Canyon.
Blanding has been the site of many BLM overreach efforts, including the horrific BLM SWAT team raids that resulted in the deaths of three Blanding residents.
County Commissioner Phil Lyman has organized a peaceful ATV ride into "Recapture Canyon". This Canyon was "temporarily" closed over 7 years ago by the BLM.
You do not need an ATV to participate.
We need to help the people of Blanding re-establish who is in control of the land.
The Political Argument Today by George Will. Highly engaging speech. You won't regret a full listen.Submitted by JoeMO on Fri, 05/02/2014 - 17:32
"It’s time for Western states to take control of federal lands within their borders, lawmakers and county commissioners from Western states said at Utah’s Capitol on Friday (4-18-14).
More than 50 political leaders from nine states convened for the first time to talk about their joint goal: wresting control of oil, timber and mineral-rich lands away from the feds.
"It’s simply time," said Rep. Ken Ivory, R-West Jordan, who organized the Legislative Summit on the Transfer for Public Lands along with Montana state Sen. Jennifer Fielder. "The urgency is now."
The bank executive explained that his employer is only a trustee for the unidentified investors (possibly foreign investors) who actually own the aircraft (N-Number N604EP). Interestingly, the Bank of Utah acts as a trustee for a slew of planes—1,169 of them to be exact, everything from Boeing 747s to small, piston-powered Cessnas. In fact, not many American banks act as a trustee for more American aircraft.
Utah may soon become one of the first states to restrict the use of “Stingray” devices that intercept and store cellphone communications and location data.
Stingrays sweep up all wireless phone data in a targeted area by pretending to be a legitimate cell tower. The portable technology, approximately the size of a suitcase, has been used by police to locate fugitives – if police know their target’s phone number – and to collect information on protesters.
Posted by Michael Lotfi | BenSwann.com | February 12, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY, February 12, 2014–Can Utah shut down the new NSA data center by turning off the water? A new bill introduced by state Rep. Marc Roberts seeks to do just that.
The legislation drafted by a transpartisan coalition organized by the Tenth Amendment Center (TAC) and the Bill of Rights Defense Committee (BORDC) called OffNow Coalition. The Utah Fourth Amendment Protection Act would expressly prohibit state material support, participation, and assistance to any federal agency that collects electronic date or metadata without a search warrant “that particularly desribes the person, place and thing to be searched or seized.”
Spy center could be exempt from utility tax under new bill
SALT LAKE CITY — One of Utah's largest energy users might not have to pay a utility tax.
Utah lawmakers are considering exempting the National Security Agency's Utah Data Center from the tax that would bring $6 million a year to the state.
Rep. Jerry Stevenson, R-Layton, said the state agreed to not impose the tax as a condition of the NSA constructing the 1.6 million-square-foot facility in Bluffdale.
"We need to adhere to the commitment that we made," Stevenson said Tuesday on the Senate floor.
Jake Strickland of Utah filed a $130 million dollar lawsuit against the mother of his child after she allegedly gave him up for adoption without his consent. Strickland alleges that the mother Whitney Pettersson conspired with the adoptive parents, the adoptive agency and attorneys to give up the baby without allowing Strickland to seek custody. The complaint accuses Utah’s parenting laws of being “pro-adoption and anti-birth father.”
SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge on Friday struck down Utah's Amendment 3 — which defines marriage as the union of one man and one woman — finding that it violates rights to due process and equal protection as set forth in the 14th Amendment.
Within hours, Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill confirmed that, in light of the ruling, he saw no reason to prohibit Salt Lake County Clerk Sherrie Swensen from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
The Utah Attorney General's Office said it would seek an "emergency stay pending the filing of an appeal."