Arizona Legal News Update 10/20/10

Ethnic studies lawsuit, Immigrant birthright debate and Intel to manufacture new processor in Arizona.

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Vatican’s Lays Out Legal Defense

Vatican details legal defense in U.S. sex abuse case

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About The S E Farris Law Firm Personal Injury Attorney St Louis Missouri Free Case Evaluation Call 314 252 9937

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CBI slammed by Supreme Court over alleged 2G scam

The Supreme Court virtually asked the Central Bureau of Investigation(CBI) to explain why he is still the Telecom Minister, given that he is the focus of a massive investigation. Then different Opposition parties rallied together, asking that he resign.

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“The Constitution is just a piece of paper” – G.W. Bush

Countdown with Keith Olbermann. Olbermann interviews Jonathan Turley a constitutional law expert who rips Bush a new asshole, pointing out how many of his cronies are former criminals who have no respect for the law or the Constitution of the United States.

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NTEB: Martial Law Will Likely Be Declared Soon in America

Radio talkshow host Michael Savage makes a very convincing case that martial law will soon be declared by the Obama adminsitration to quell the rebellion that is now brewing all across America.

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The Tragic Case of Rachel Hoffman

After being caught twice with a “baggie” of marijuana, 23-year old Rachel Hoffman was reportedly told by police in Tallahassee, Florida that she would go to prison for four years unless she became an undercover informant.
Parents say police used their daughter as bait to catch drug dealers.

The young woman, a recent graduate of Florida State University, was murdered during a botched sting operation two months ago.

Her case will be profiled Friday on 20/20.

“The idea of waging a war on drugs is to protect people and here it seems like we’re putting people in harm’s way,” said Lance Block, a lawyer hired by Rachel’s parents.

The Florida Attorney General’s office says it is reviewing the procedures and protocol of the Tallahassee police.

Rachel’s case also has raised new questions about state and federal laws related to marijuana possession.

“I’m calling her a criminal,” Tallahassee police chief Dennis Jones told 20/20, who maintains that both drug dealers and drug users are considered criminals to his department.
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Under Florida law, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana is a felony.

Rachel was also found in possession of two ecstasy pills, a felony under Florida law no matter the quantity because it “has a high potential for abuse and has no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States.”

The Tallahassee police chief says Rachel was suspected of selling drugs and she was rightly treated as a criminal.

“That’s my job as a police chief to find these criminals in our community and take them off the street, to make the proper arrests,” Jones told 20/20.

Rachel’s case also is raising questions about how police recruit and use informants in undercover operations.

“There need to be some safeguards here,” said Block, the Hoffman family lawyer.

The young woman received no training before being sent to an undercover meeting to buy a large amount of drugs and a handgun from two suspects.

Police says Rachel was killed by the very handgun she was supposed to buy.

“I don’t think she understood the risk or danger that she was in,” said Block.

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Oppressed Telangana

The formation of states along linguistic and ethnic lines has occurred in India in numerous instances since independence in 1947 (see Linguistic States, this ch.). There have been demands, however, to form units within states based not only along linguistic, ethnic, and religious lines but also, in some cases, on a feeling of the distinctness […]