Posts Tagged ‘court’

At Shamgar farewell, PM says amending role of Supreme Court is part of democracy

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday said adjusting the role of the Supreme Court is an inherent part of democracy and not a problem as long as the court maintains its independence. Netanyahu made the remarks at a ceremony in Jerusalem as top government and state dignitaries paid their final respects to retired Supreme Court […]

Anti-Assange Court Continues Unfair Extradition Hearing to Railroad Assange to US

On October 21, 2019, Julian Assange appeared in court for an extradition hearing. Assange is being held in a British jail pending extradition to the United States after having served his sentence for skipping bail when he was given asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy to avoid extradition. The court has refused his release pending the extradition […]

Scotland high court to hear legal challenge to Brexit deal

Related Posts Scotland Edges Closer to Independence Amid Brexit Chaos Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced on Sunday that she would be setting a date World stone skimming championships hit Scotland Around 350 skimmers took part in the competition with some coming from as far Scotland is Greek Scotland is Greek Scotadi in Greek […]

Angry protests erupt in Catalonia over Spain court ruling against independence leaders

Related Posts Stop Press: The Queen’s Screech: Britain, Spain and Other Illnesses There are some people — whereby I do not know how many — who recall Harsh: Spain sentences Catalonia independence leaders to 13 years imprisonment for sedition – Protests erupt in Barcelona    Former Catalan Vice President Oriol Junqueras has been sentenced to […]

FBI Use Of Foreign-Surveillance Tool Violated Privacy Rights: FISA Court

October 8, 2019 By Tyler Durden The FBI’s use of electronic surveillance tools violated the constitutional privacy rights of Americans whose communications were swept up in a controversial foreign intelligence program, according to a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. The court concluded that the FBI had been improperly searching through a database of raw intelligence for information […]

Secret Court: FBI Warrantless Searches Were Illegal

Some of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s warrantless searches through the National Security Agency’s enormous troves of communications data violated the law and the Constitution, according to secret surveillance court rulings partially declassified on Tuesday. The bureau’s so-called backdoor searches, long regarded by civil libertarians as a government end-run around warrant requirements, were […]

BREAKING: FISA court rules FBI’s use of foreign surveillance tools against Americans was a huge violation of the law and the Fourth Amendment

(Natural News) Sometimes we have to shake our heads at the inertia of government — the processes that our system goes through just to validate or prove a founding constitutional principle. For instance, it should be self-evident that any law that deprives an American of their Second Amendment right to keep and […]

Court Decision On Net Neutrality Opens Doors To Next Steps

Court Decision On Net Neutrality Opens Doors To Next Steps In 2015, under great pressure from a broad media justice movement, the FCC passed Net Neutrality policies that guaranteed the universal right to go where users want to go on the Internet. In 2017, the Trump FCC under Verizon lawyer Ajit Pai moved quickly to […]

Supreme Court Of New York Stops Pacifica’s Attack On WBAI

Supreme Court Of New York Stops Pacifica’s Attack On WBAI Above photo: Michael G. Haskins, a studio engineer, at work at WBAI-FM (99.5), where George Carlin is still considered “part of the family.” CreditBess Greenberg/The New York Times NOTE: The Popular Resistance podcast, Clearing the FOG, started being broadcast on Tuesday mornings at 9:00 am on WBAI […]

Judge shoots himself in court amidst rumors of case interference

   The suicide bid by a judge who shot himself in a Yala courtroom after handing down a ruling on Friday has sparked concerns over possible interference in the case. Khanakorn Pianchana, a senior judge at the Yala provincial court, pulled out a pistol and shot himself at the end of a hearing on Friday […]

Case Closed: Israeli Supreme Court rejects prosecutor’s attempts to reopen case against Dareen Tatour

Four years after she was arrested by Israeli police over a poem she had written and published on social media, Dareen Tatour’s legal battles are finally over. The Israeli Supreme Court rejected last week a petition filed by the state prosecutors that was made in an attempt to reopen the case against her. Tatour, a […]

Top court puts end to Palestinian poet’s four-year legal saga

Four years ago, a Palestinian citizen of Israel was arrested because the security services decided a poem she wrote and published on her personal Facebook page was ‘incitement.’ After nearly three years under house arrest, a trial, and jail time, she is finally free. Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour after her release from Damoun Prison, September 20, 2018. (Oren […]

Court Defers to FCC on Dismantling Net Neutrality for Now but Opens Door for States, Higher Courts and Congress to Act

On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit deferred to the Federal Communications Commission in upholding its 2017 repeal of Net Neutrality, but overturned key parts of the agency’s so-called Restoring Internet Freedom Order, which was adopted on partisan lines in December 2017. That order repealed the landmark Open Internet Order the […]

FCC Keeps Losing Court Cases, but 5G is Still Being Installed In U.S. Communities — Probably Even Yours

September 30, 2019 By B.N. Frank The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is supposed protect the public by regulating the Telecom Industry. It is NOT a health or environmental agency even though its decisions affect public health and the environment.  Unfortunately, employees have a long history of not protecting the public and the “Race for 5G” […]

European Court’s Decision in Right To Be Forgotten Case is a Win for Free Speech

By David Greene In a significant victory for free speech rights, the European Union’s highest court ruled that the EU’s Right to Be Forgotten does not require Google to delist search results globally, thus keeping the results available to be seen by users around the world. The EU standard, established in 2014, lets individuals in […]

US court orders release of jailed Iranian woman after 27 months behind bars in Australia, US

A US federal court has ruled that an Iranian woman held in Australia for two years without trial over alleged violation of US sanctions is free to go. Negar Ghodskani, 40, was pregnant when Australian Federal Police arrested her on behalf of US authorities in 2017 over what Washington claimed was flouting US sanctions […]

Judge orders Prince Andrew the Pedophile struck from court record

Judge orders Prince Andrew the Pedophile struck from court record This article is more than 4 years old Virginia Roberts’s accusations about Andrew ordered to be struck from the record as judge denied her attempt to join a lawsuit against Jeffrey Epstein Jon Swaine in New York and Robert Booth in London Wed 8 Apr […]

MPs return to debate Brexit after bombshell court ruling

The Brexit debate has been reopened as the British lawmakers returned for the first day of work since the Supreme Court decided that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament was unlawful. John Ross, a British academic, journalist and an economic advisor to Ken Livingstone, comments on the Brexit reality. “Boris Johnson and Donald […]

Railroaded by the Judges: Boris Johnson Fails in the UK Supreme Court

It delighted Labour supporters and party apparatchiks who had been falling over each other in murderous ceremony at the party conference in Brighton: Prime Minister Boris Johnson would come to the unwitting rescue with his own version of a grand cock-up.  This involved a now defeated attempt to circumvent parliamentary scrutiny and interference ahead of the […]

UK would obey court order to repay Iran £400m, says Hunt

The Guardian – UK former foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt has said the UK would obey a court order to hand over £400m to the Iranians, if the precise sum owed is agreed, but added the cash could not be linked to the release of the imprisoned Iranian British dual national Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe. He also said […]

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