Archive for December, 2013
One particularly disturbing aspect of the approaching police state is the practice of civil asset forfeiture. This is when law enforcement is empowered to seize a person’s property — most often cash, cars, or homes — without due process or having to prove it is connected to a crime.
So let’s consider the state’s practice of empowering law enforcement to take a person’s property without due process or showing that the property is connected in some way to a crime alleged or committed.
The person from whom this property has been confiscated is now obligated to secure legal representation and fight a civil action in court to prove that the property was obtained legally. This is exactly the opposite of how justice is supposed to work.
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Ok, we’re off to a good start.
No junk food. Ah, and yes water. Can’t forget the notepad either.
Always follow the rule of 3!
Do not use family photo’s as tinder.
Just cause you run away doesn’t mean you can skip school
Those poor birds
SERIOUSLY, TRUST NO ONE
Unless, they’ll give you money. Trust them then.
Always ask permission to run away.