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The average response time of a 911 call is 23 minutes; the response time of a .357 is 1400 feet per second.

Posted by treefrog @ 23:36 on January 3, 2016  

when seconds count, the police are only minutes away.


Photo taken by Mars Rover … tell me this is not a piece of machinery!

Posted by ipso facto @ 22:44 on January 3, 2016  




rno @ 1/2, 0:34

Posted by amals @ 22:36 on January 3, 2016  

Thanks for the reply.  I wouldn’t disagree with your line of thinking.

No Recovery Whatsoever. Paul Craig Roberts

Posted by silverngold @ 20:14 on January 3, 2016  

Wise Words

Posted by silverngold @ 20:03 on January 3, 2016  

Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the TRUTH!!

Hang in there everyone. I feel our time is near.

Hey Maddog

Posted by Buygold @ 19:44 on January 3, 2016  

The open is decent so far but London hasn’t awakened yet.

If I had to guess, unfortunately we”ll be looking at more of the same for pm’s

As for the SM, there could be some serious problems….JMHO

Happy New year to one and all

Posted by Maddog @ 16:16 on January 3, 2016  


Huge test tonight for the Scum…..Do they do the Scum normal, as Iran and Saudi Arabia square off and tank both Oil and Gold…..if they do, then the World is gonna look and say What the F..k ….. something ain’t right here !!!!!!

Winter in Texas

Posted by Ororeef @ 15:22 on January 3, 2016  

Its 84 degrees on Lake Conroe Texas   ….Bentwater area    very nice


Posted by goldielocks @ 15:14 on January 3, 2016  

Seems to me that this judicial corruption falls under double jeopardy in similarity and should be appealed. Where is the ACLU when you need them. It’s obvious they want their land to sell to fund their debts. Why is it they never go to trial?


We’ve all heard the phrase on TV or in movies, but what does it mean, legally? “Double Jeopardy” protections in the U.S. Constitution keep criminal defendants from facing prosecution more than once for the same offense (with a few exceptions). Below you will find information on “Double Jeopardy” protections, eligibility, and more.

Double Jeopardy Protection Basics

The Double Jeopardy clause in the Fifth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution provides that “No person shall … be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb.” Most states have the same guarantee for defendants appearing in state court. Even in states that do not expressly guarantee this right in their state constitutions, the doctrine of incorporation ensures that the Bill of Rights applies to state and local governments, therefore the protection against double jeopardy must still be afforded to criminal defendants.

There are several reasons for double jeopardy protection:

To prevent the government from using its superior resources to wear down and erroneously convict innocent persons;
To protect individuals from the financial, emotional, and social consequences of successive prosecutions;
To preserve the finality and integrity of criminal proceedings, which would be compromised if the government were allowed to ignore verdicts it did not like;
To restrict prosecutorial discretion over the charging process; and
To eliminate judicial discretion to impose cumulative punishments otherwise not clearly prohibited by law.
State courts decisions on double jeopardy can provide more protection for defendants than the U.S. Constitution, but not less.

– See more at: http://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-rights/double-jeopardy.html#sthash.5ihnhitr.dpuf

Someone Willing to Step UP

Posted by Auandag @ 13:08 on January 3, 2016  


Posted by silverngold @ 9:51 on January 3, 2016  

Wake up people!!


Posted by silverngold @ 9:19 on January 3, 2016  
And this is only what happened in December!!
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