Posts Tagged ‘supreme’

Supreme Court judge Neal Hendel said to agree to head Central Election Committee

Supreme Court Justice Neal Hendel has agreed to head the Central Elections Committee if fresh elections are called this week, a report said Sunday. Chief Justice Esther Hayut offered the post to Hendel, who would be replacing Justice Hanan Melcer, who presided over the two inconclusive elections this year, in April and September, the Haaretz […]

Israeli Supreme Court Approved “Child Trafficking” of Muslim Children

Israeli Supreme Court Approved “Child Trafficking” of Muslim Children March 10, 2017 Richard Silverstein wrote in Tikkun OLam in 2015: The child welfare system in Israel is draconian, arbitrary, capricious and all-powerful.  It marshalls state power to an antiquated notion of normative cultural and family values.  If you do not fit the consensus definition of […]

President Trump to Ask Supreme Court to Halt Unconstitutional Democrat Impeachment

President Trump has threatened to take Democrats to the Supreme Court to stop their unconstitutional impeachment coup against him. “Just landed in the United Kingdom, heading to London for NATO meetings tomorrow. Prior to landing I read the Republicans Report on the Impeachment Hoax. Great job! Radical Left has NO CASE. Read the Transcripts. Shouldn’t […]

Supreme Court Set to Hear First Second Amendment Case in Nearly a Decade

By Sean Walton The Supreme Court on Monday is set to wade into the highly charged gun control debate for the first time in nearly a decade, hearing oral arguments in a dispute over a New York City gun restriction that could have major implications for gun rights nationwide. The court has steadfastly declined to […]

Supreme Leader pardons 34 convicts in Hormuzgan

IRNA – Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei pardoned 34 prisoners sentenced by the Public and Revolutionary Courts, the Judicial Organization of the Armed Forces, and the State Discretionary Punishment Organization. The clemency was granted on Thursday on the occasion of the birth anniversaries of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and Imam Sadeq […]

Victory: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Police Can’t Force You to Tell Them Your Password

By Andrew Crocker The Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a forceful opinion today holding that the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects individuals from being forced to disclose the passcode to their devices to the police. In a 4-3 decision in Commonwealth v. Davis, the court found that disclosing a password is “testimony” protected by […]

Supreme Court rules gun maker may be held responsible for death of children in mass shooting, even though VACCINE makers have zero liability

(Natural News) In response to liberal anti-gun hysteria, the United States Supreme Court has decided to allow a lawsuit filed by the alleged victims of the Sandy Hook massacre to move forward in suing Remington Arms Co., the manufacturer of the firearms supposedly used by Adam Lanza to commit mass murder. Rejecting […]

Israel’s Supreme Court — Upholding “Targeted Assassinations” and Torture

Time and again, Israel’s high court upholds human and civil rights abuses committed by the state. In 2006, the court upheld its targeted assassinations policy, claiming they’re OK when no other choices exist to protect against dangers to national security — that don’t exist it failed to say. The policy contravenes Israeli law, the laws […]

Rapist-murderer of children to hang in rare case after India’s Supreme Court dismisses appeal

R Manoharan is to die by hanging after the three-judge court dismissed in full on Thursday his petition to review his death sentence. In a 2:1 vote, the court ruled death is more appropriate punishment than a life behind bars for the “shocking” and “cold-blooded” crimes he had committed. The October 2010 case horrified India […]

Supreme Court rules Israel can expel top Human Rights Watch director

Israel’s top court says Omar Shakir can be deported, escalating the government’s efforts to silence criticism of its policies. His case has been described as a watershed moment for human rights advocacy and free speech in Israel. Omar Shakir, Israel and Palestine Director at Human Rights Watch (Courtesy of Omar Shakir). Israel’s Supreme […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 Supreme Court Rules Parliament Shutdown Illegal. Boris Misled the Queen

Since taking office on July 24, virtually everything Tory Prime Minister Boris Johnson put to a vote was defeated — an unparalleled record of failure over a short period, especially for a new leader. Notably, Johnson lost every no-deal Brexit/snap election vote, winning no support from majority MPs, including from some fellow Tories, expelling 21 […]

A Damning  Verdict by the Supreme Court against Boris Johnson Who Should Now  Resign with his Cabinet

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Facebook to Launch ‘Independent Supreme Court’ Body to Monitor Its Content

What’s behind the Facebook Independent Supreme Court? Facebook has announced the formation of a new Oversight Board which will be in charge of content moderation on the social media giant’s platform. The new body was known previously and colloquially as the Facebook Independent Supreme Court. This nickname is apt for many reasons. Facebook is not […]

Facebook to Launch “Independent Supreme Court” Body to Monitor Its Content

By Makia Freeman THE STORY: On September 17th 2019, Facebook released a charter for a new Oversight Board to moderate its content, known colloquially by some as the Facebook Independent Supreme Court. THE IMPLICATIONS: How independent will this board really be? What are Facebook’s true motivations for setting up this board? Given the past history […]

Spain’s Supreme Court Puts an End to Torture of Bulls at Infamous Festival

The Spanish Supreme Court has recently delivered a historic verdict banning all activities relates to bull torture at the “Toro de la Vega” festival, thus saving countless animals from great suffering. “Toro de la Vega” festival was a tradition for men to stab young bulls with spears at the festival in Castilla y León for […]

Victory! California Supreme Court Blocks Sweeping Search Condition of Minors’ Electronic Devices and Social Media Accounts

By Jamie Williams The California Supreme Court just rejected the government’s attempt to require a youth probationer, as a condition of release, to submit to random searches of his electronic devices and social media accounts. The trial court had imposed the condition because the judge believed teenagers “typically will brag” about drug use on the […]

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