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  • How staged sex crime fooled Supreme Court

    10/24/2005 12:27:04 PM PDT · by Hunterb · 286 replies · 4,765+ views ^ | October 24, 2005 | Joseph Farah
    WASHINGTON – Was the U.S. Supreme Court fooled by a make-believe sodomy case in Lawrence v. Texas – one manufactured by homosexual activists to entrap police and ensnare the judicial system in a conspiracy to change the law of the land? That is the compelling verdict of a new book, "Sex Appealed: Was the U.S. Supreme Court Fooled?" by Judge Janice Law. It was in the Houston courthouse where Law presided as judge that she first heard rumors that the key figures in what became the landmark Lawrence v. Texas Supreme Court case actually invited arrest in a pre-arranged setup...
  • D.C. undercover operations blown?

    10/14/2003 11:07:08 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 73 replies · 1,080+ views ^ | Wednesday, October, 15, 2003
    A long-term undercover intelligence operation hangs in the balance as the District of Columbia appeals a circuit court judge's ruling ordering the Metro Police Department to reveal the identities of all undercover officers who have infiltrated and become active in a controversial anti-Bush group. As part of an ongoing intelligence operation, D.C. undercover officers had posed as activists and infiltrated the International Action Center, or IAC, and its affiliates. The officers attended the center's meetings, including those held in members' homes. Some of the officers have been on long-term assignment and continue to operate undercover and provide law-enforcement agencies with...
  • Stirring a Cause (Compost Puffs Commie Lawyers Carl Messineo & Mara Verheyden-Hilliard)

    05/12/2003 11:15:00 PM PDT · by Stultis · 4 replies · 254+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | 12 May 2003 | David Montgomery
    Stirring a CauseWhen Things Get Rough for Protesters, These Lawyers Go on the March By David MontgomeryWashington Post Staff WriterMonday, May 12, 2003; Page C01 [snippage] She rushes up to a lieutenant in charge: "Your cops are clubbing people!"Law school won't prepare you for a workout like this, but it's all in a day's work for a movement lawyer like Mara Verheyden-Hilliard. She and her law partner and husband, Carl Messineo, have become the constitutional sheriffs for a new protest generation. Still in their thirties, they're outpacing established free-speech watchdogs in this "I have a dream" capital of marches, crusades,...