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Donald Trump’s Version of Law and Order Is Nonsensical

Donald John Trump, the impeached president of the United States who Senate Republicans refused to remove from office, uses “law and order” to intimidate three groups.  The first group are protesters.  If enough of them are blinded by rubber bullets, maybe they will stop protesting. The second group are people afraid of protesters believing that all protests and marches are riots. (Trump has so far identified that group “suburban housewives”.) The third group are Republicans who have strange, generalized beliefs that all Democrats are evil.

In an unbalanced, prejudicial, generalized manner, Trump represents all protests as riots.  He postures all as taking place in cities with Democratic mayors or states with Democratic Governors.  There are too many cities and states to list, but not all looting and vandalism occurred in Democratic led cities or states.  Additionally, there were attacks by people upon protesters that Trump does not mention.  There was also great physical harm caused by police on protesters and journalists.

 

Maybe Trump is threatening to send mercenaries to American cities after he realized that there are police who understand, agree with, and will not harm peaceful protesters.

While it is true that some protests included damage to property and looting, Trump is not addressing the root “law and order” issue.

On May 25, 2020, where was law and order for George Floyd? 

Indeed, an officer of the law casually tortured Floyd for over 8 minutes until he died.  The video of Floyd’s death went viral, waking-up many people to just how “law and order” is abuse of power and cover-up with dishonest police reports. Read the rest of this entry

Marissa Alexander Trial Now Set For July 28, 2014

 

 

 

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Supporters of Marissa Alexanderreceived a bit of good news Wednesday as the trial for the mother of three has been pushed back to July 28, 2014.

According to Bruce Zimet, Alexander’s attorney, the trial’s initial date, March 31, was too soon for adequate preparation. The new date, which was set on Jan. 30, is a plus for Zimet, who added that he needs additional time to get expert witnesses on battered women’s syndrome, ballistics, and research into contested testimony at Alexander’s first trial.

In addition to setting a new trial date, Judge James Daniel revealed his desire to ban live-streaming and the use of Twitter in the courtroom as well as impose strict rules on media coverage of the case in order to “control what picture is being shown” in pre-trial publicity.

The new trial date is the latest development surrounding Alexander, who was sentenced to 20 years…

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