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Crime, Memes, and Streets: A When the police want to talk with you, confirm if you are being detained. Just ask, Am I free to go?" Streets If the police refuse to answer or say they just want to ask a few repeat the lai uestion until you get a irect answer. If they still do not answer, verbally inform them that you have to leave efulstreets and slowly walk away. If you are being detained, the police will let you know. It's their job to make arrests and issue citations. The more you talk, the more information they have to use against you. PROBABLE CAUSE OR CAUSE TO PROBE probable cause n. sufficient reason based upon known facts to believe a crime has been committed or that certain property is connected with a crime. Probable cause must exist for a law enforcement officer to make an arrest without a warrant, search without a warrant, or seize property in the belief the items were evidence of a crime. Technically, probable cause has to exist prior to arrest, search or seizure. (See: search, search and seizure, Bill of Rights) In the criminal arena probable cause is important in two respects. First, police must possess probable cause before they may search a person or a person's property, and they must possess it before they may arrest a person. Second, in most criminal cases the court must find that probable cause exists to believe that the defendant committed the crime before the defendant may be prosecuted. http:-legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com-_-dict.aspx?rd=1&word=probable+cause
Crime, Memes, and Streets: A
 When the police want to talk with you,
 confirm if you are being detained. Just ask,
 Am I free to go?"
 Streets
 If the police refuse to answer
 or say they just want to ask
 a few repeat the
 lai
 uestion until you get a
 irect answer. If they still do
 not answer, verbally inform
 them that you have to leave
 efulstreets
 and slowly walk away.
 If you are being detained, the police will let
 you know. It's their job to make arrests and
 issue citations. The more you talk, the more
 information they have to use against you.
PROBABLE CAUSE OR CAUSE TO PROBE probable cause n. sufficient reason based upon known facts to believe a crime has been committed or that certain property is connected with a crime. Probable cause must exist for a law enforcement officer to make an arrest without a warrant, search without a warrant, or seize property in the belief the items were evidence of a crime. Technically, probable cause has to exist prior to arrest, search or seizure. (See: search, search and seizure, Bill of Rights) In the criminal arena probable cause is important in two respects. First, police must possess probable cause before they may search a person or a person's property, and they must possess it before they may arrest a person. Second, in most criminal cases the court must find that probable cause exists to believe that the defendant committed the crime before the defendant may be prosecuted. http:-legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com-_-dict.aspx?rd=1&word=probable+cause

PROBABLE CAUSE OR CAUSE TO PROBE probable cause n. sufficient reason based upon known facts to believe a crime has been committed or that ce...

Memes, New York, and American: Trump is the president of the United States and has NO IDEA who the congressional black caucus is. Let that be a lesson to you ANY black person that meets with him is a sellout and is looking for a hand out financially. C 17th soulja4 Trump is the MOST effective thing I've EVER witnessed at exposing white supremacists in black face 🌚 17thsoulja BlackIG17th The Congressional Black Caucus is an organization representing the black members of the United States Congress. While race is not an explicit prerequisite for membership, all of its members have been African-American. Its chair is Representative Cedric Richmond of Louisiana.A predecessor to the caucus was founded in January 1969 as a "Democratic Select Committee" by a group of black members of the House of Representatives, including Shirley Chisholm of New York, Louis Stokes of Ohio and William L. Clay of Missouri. Black representatives had begun to enter the House in increasing numbers during the 1960s, and they had a desire for a formal organization.The first chairman, Charles Diggs, served from 1969 to 1971. All the members of the caucus landed on the master list of Nixon political opponents. Nixon refused to meet with the newly formed group, and so the group chose to boycott his 1971 State of the Union, leading to their first joint political victory and press coverage.
Memes, New York, and American: Trump is the president of the United States
 and has NO IDEA who the congressional
 black caucus is. Let that be a lesson to you
 ANY black person that meets with him is a
 sellout and is looking for a hand out
 financially.
 C 17th soulja4
Trump is the MOST effective thing I've EVER witnessed at exposing white supremacists in black face 🌚 17thsoulja BlackIG17th The Congressional Black Caucus is an organization representing the black members of the United States Congress. While race is not an explicit prerequisite for membership, all of its members have been African-American. Its chair is Representative Cedric Richmond of Louisiana.A predecessor to the caucus was founded in January 1969 as a "Democratic Select Committee" by a group of black members of the House of Representatives, including Shirley Chisholm of New York, Louis Stokes of Ohio and William L. Clay of Missouri. Black representatives had begun to enter the House in increasing numbers during the 1960s, and they had a desire for a formal organization.The first chairman, Charles Diggs, served from 1969 to 1971. All the members of the caucus landed on the master list of Nixon political opponents. Nixon refused to meet with the newly formed group, and so the group chose to boycott his 1971 State of the Union, leading to their first joint political victory and press coverage.

Trump is the MOST effective thing I've EVER witnessed at exposing white supremacists in black face 🌚 17thsoulja BlackIG17th The Congressiona...

cnn.com, Fall, and Family: Committee of Interns and Resident. SEIUHealthcare. CAR OF YOUR CANT GO SEE MNE committee of Interns and Residents aR (CNN) How would the United States deal without immigrants for a day? Cities across the country got a taste of that Thursday as businesses shut down and immigrants refused to spend money on "A Day Without Immigrants." It's an effort to show the Trump administration how much immigrants contribute to the country's economy as the President continues his tough stances on immigration.And while many immigrants and business owners refused to work in an act of solidarity, others marked the event in more unorthodox ways. Here are some of their stories: Restaurant workers do 'double the work' in advance Matt Carr, owner of the Little Red Fox restaurant in Washington, D.C., had no problem letting his immigrant employees strike, even though they're vital to his business. "We have three prep cooks on strike today for 'A Day Without Immigrants.' They are all parents worried about their families and futures," Carr said. But before those workers went on strike, they made sure the business was taken care of. "Dear Matt, kale salad is ready," the protesters wrote on a note for their boss. "Fruit salad just needs blueberries + mint. Oranges are cut. Thank you, The ladies of the kitchen."Carr said he appreciates the dedication of his employees. "We're a very small business, and without them we would not be able to open today," he said. "They not only gave me a heads-up about the strike, but did double the work yesterday so we would be in good shape today." Carr said he's "holding down the fort" by also washing dishes and preparing food. He said his business would fall apart without his immigrant employees, who come from Venezuela and Guatemala. "Immigrants are the backbone of this country and the heart and soul of the service industry," he said. "Without them, our small businesses would crumble. They are also part of our family here at Little Red Fox, and I, too, am worried about their future under this administration." 17thsoulja BlackIG17th daywithoutimmigrants
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(CNN) How would the United States deal without immigrants for a day? Cities across the country got a taste of that Thursday as businesses shut down and immigrants refused to spend money on "A Day Without Immigrants." It's an effort to show the Trump administration how much immigrants contribute to the country's economy as the President continues his tough stances on immigration.And while many immigrants and business owners refused to work in an act of solidarity, others marked the event in more unorthodox ways. Here are some of their stories: Restaurant workers do 'double the work' in advance Matt Carr, owner of the Little Red Fox restaurant in Washington, D.C., had no problem letting his immigrant employees strike, even though they're vital to his business. "We have three prep cooks on strike today for 'A Day Without Immigrants.' They are all parents worried about their families and futures," Carr said. But before those workers went on strike, they made sure the business was taken care of. "Dear Matt, kale salad is ready," the protesters wrote on a note for their boss. "Fruit salad just needs blueberries + mint. Oranges are cut. Thank you, The ladies of the kitchen."Carr said he appreciates the dedication of his employees. "We're a very small business, and without them we would not be able to open today," he said. "They not only gave me a heads-up about the strike, but did double the work yesterday so we would be in good shape today." Carr said he's "holding down the fort" by also washing dishes and preparing food. He said his business would fall apart without his immigrant employees, who come from Venezuela and Guatemala. "Immigrants are the backbone of this country and the heart and soul of the service industry," he said. "Without them, our small businesses would crumble. They are also part of our family here at Little Red Fox, and I, too, am worried about their future under this administration." 17thsoulja BlackIG17th daywithoutimmigrants

(CNN) How would the United States deal without immigrants for a day? Cities across the country got a taste of that Thursday as businesses sh...

Club, Dude, and Fucking: Do Throwback Thursday - This is Sergeant Henry “Black Death” Johnson from the 369th Infantry aka "The Harlem Hellfighters". In 1917 during WWI, Kaiser Wilhelm II's finest fighters conducted a raid on Sergeant Johnson's French encampment. With no ammo, isolated, overrun, outnumbered, and with a wounded man to protect; Sergeant Johnson was shot more than twenty times. Let me say that again....THIS DUDE GOT SHOT MORE THAN TWENTY FUCKING TIMES!!! LukeCage Anyone else probably would have tapped the fuck out, accepted death, and said to their higher power "well lets get this shit over with." But, being from Harlem ole Henry J-Money knew he had to rep his unit AND his set. He took a bolo knife, flipped his rifle over, used that shit as a club and started to beat and stab motherfuckers to death while defending his fallen comrades. FuckingSavage Unfortunately in 1918 racism against African Americans was so common and accepted that his heroism and valor in combat were not acknowledged and he was presented with no award by the very country he fought for. On top of that he was refused his purple heart. However, the French troops praised him and welcomed him and his comrades as their own. Johnson’s heroism was recognized by the French and he became the very first American in WWI to be awarded the Croix De Guerre with star and bronze palm RealRecognizeReal In 1996 long after his death he finally received his Purple Heart and in 2002 a Distinguished Service Cross. Finally, on June 2, 2015 after years and years of petitioning he was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor by in a posthumous ceremony at the White House. Long overdue. OAF TBT OAFNation ThrowbackThursday WWI France HarlemHellfighters Valor MOH Heroism LegendsNeverDie
Club, Dude, and Fucking: Do
Throwback Thursday - This is Sergeant Henry “Black Death” Johnson from the 369th Infantry aka "The Harlem Hellfighters". In 1917 during WWI, Kaiser Wilhelm II's finest fighters conducted a raid on Sergeant Johnson's French encampment. With no ammo, isolated, overrun, outnumbered, and with a wounded man to protect; Sergeant Johnson was shot more than twenty times. Let me say that again....THIS DUDE GOT SHOT MORE THAN TWENTY FUCKING TIMES!!! LukeCage Anyone else probably would have tapped the fuck out, accepted death, and said to their higher power "well lets get this shit over with." But, being from Harlem ole Henry J-Money knew he had to rep his unit AND his set. He took a bolo knife, flipped his rifle over, used that shit as a club and started to beat and stab motherfuckers to death while defending his fallen comrades. FuckingSavage Unfortunately in 1918 racism against African Americans was so common and accepted that his heroism and valor in combat were not acknowledged and he was presented with no award by the very country he fought for. On top of that he was refused his purple heart. However, the French troops praised him and welcomed him and his comrades as their own. Johnson’s heroism was recognized by the French and he became the very first American in WWI to be awarded the Croix De Guerre with star and bronze palm RealRecognizeReal In 1996 long after his death he finally received his Purple Heart and in 2002 a Distinguished Service Cross. Finally, on June 2, 2015 after years and years of petitioning he was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor by in a posthumous ceremony at the White House. Long overdue. OAF TBT OAFNation ThrowbackThursday WWI France HarlemHellfighters Valor MOH Heroism LegendsNeverDie

Throwback Thursday - This is Sergeant Henry “Black Death” Johnson from the 369th Infantry aka "The Harlem Hellfighters". In 1917 during WWI,...

America, Memes, and Obama: VETERANS COM IRST BERGDAHL LIKE IGNORE FOR TRUMP FOR TRAITOR Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s attorneys presented a motion to a military judge Monday morning arguing that President Trump’s comments about Bergdahl on the campaign trail have violated his due process rights. Bergdahl appeared before a military judge Monday in Fort Bragg, North Carolina for a pretrial hearing. Bergdahl faces desertion charges for endangering his fellow soldiers who went to search for him after he allegedly left his post in Afghanistan in 2009. Taliban fighters captured him within hours and held him captive for five years until the Obama administration swapped five Guantanamo Bay-detained Taliban prisoners for his release. The hearing focused on Trump’s negative comments on the campaign trail about Bergdahl. Trump made over 60 negative statements about Bergdahl while on the campaign trail, calling him a “dirty rotten traitor” among other things. To my mind Bowe Bergdahl deserves much more stringent words than those expressed by President Trump. Bergdahl left his service post at a crucial moment for the country, he refused to carry out his direct military duty. This man instead of blaming Trump, like other liberals, should publicly apologize to the country, to plead guilty and go to serve his sentence. Bergdahl has to pay for the betrayal of his comrades by a long term of imprisonment. veteranscomefirst veterans_us Veterans Usveterans veteransUSA SupportVeterans Politics USA America Patriots Gratitude HonorVets thankvets supportourtroops semperfi USMC USCG USAF Navy Army military godblessourmilitary soldier holdthegovernmentaccountable RememberEveryoneDeployed Usflag StarsandStripes
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Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s attorneys presented a motion to a military judge Monday morning arguing that President Trump’s comments about Bergdahl on the campaign trail have violated his due process rights. Bergdahl appeared before a military judge Monday in Fort Bragg, North Carolina for a pretrial hearing. Bergdahl faces desertion charges for endangering his fellow soldiers who went to search for him after he allegedly left his post in Afghanistan in 2009. Taliban fighters captured him within hours and held him captive for five years until the Obama administration swapped five Guantanamo Bay-detained Taliban prisoners for his release. The hearing focused on Trump’s negative comments on the campaign trail about Bergdahl. Trump made over 60 negative statements about Bergdahl while on the campaign trail, calling him a “dirty rotten traitor” among other things. To my mind Bowe Bergdahl deserves much more stringent words than those expressed by President Trump. Bergdahl left his service post at a crucial moment for the country, he refused to carry out his direct military duty. This man instead of blaming Trump, like other liberals, should publicly apologize to the country, to plead guilty and go to serve his sentence. Bergdahl has to pay for the betrayal of his comrades by a long term of imprisonment. veteranscomefirst veterans_us Veterans Usveterans veteransUSA SupportVeterans Politics USA America Patriots Gratitude HonorVets thankvets supportourtroops semperfi USMC USCG USAF Navy Army military godblessourmilitary soldier holdthegovernmentaccountable RememberEveryoneDeployed Usflag StarsandStripes

Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s attorneys presented a motion to a military judge Monday morning arguing that President Trump’s comments about Bergdahl ...

Being Alone, Children, and Crime: THE "CRIME" OF CELIA Celia was a slave who killed her master while resisting a sexual assault. Missouri state law deemed "any woman" in such circumstances to be acting in self- defense. But, the Court ruled that Celia was not a Woman. State of Missouri v. Celia, a Slave: 1855 Defendant: Celia, a Slave Charge: Murder Chief Defense Lawyers: Isaac M. Boulware, John Jameson, and Nathan Chapman Kouns Chief Prosecutor: Robert Prewitt Judge: William Hall Place: Calloway County, Missouri Dates of Trial: October 9-10, 1855 Verdict: Guilty Sentence: Hanging SIGNIFICANCE: This case graphically illustrates that enslaved women had no legal recourse when raped by their masters.Although the second article of Section 29 of the Missouri statutes of 1845 forbade anyone "to take any woman unlawfully against her will and by force, menace or duress, compel her to be defiled," Judge William Hall refused to instruct the jury that the enslaved Celia fell within the meaning of "any woman"—giving the jury no latitude to consider Celia's murder of her sexually abusive master a justifiable act of self-defense. In 1850, the recently widowed Robert Newsom purchased the 14-year-old Celia, ostensibly to help his daughters with the housework. En route from Audrain County, the site of the transaction, to his own home in neighboring Calloway County, Missouri, Newsom raped the young girl.Back at his farm, Newsom ensconced her in a small cabin 150 feet from his home. Between 1850 and 1855, Celia bore two of Newsom's children, both of whom became her master's property.She also began a relationship with a fellow slave named George.When she became pregnant in 1855, she was unsure which of the men was the father. At that point,George told Celia that "he would have nothing more to do with her if she did not quit the old man." Celia first asked Newsom's daughters to intercede.She told Mary (19 years old, as was Celia in 1855) and Virginia (36 and returned to her father's home with her own three children) that her pregnancy was making her feel unwell and that she wished Robert Newsom to respect her condition and leave her alone.That afternoon, Celia brought a heavy stick, "about as large as the upper part of a Windsor chair, but not so long," into her cabin.When Newsom arrived and refused to back off,she killed him with two blows to the head. Source:Brownmiller,Susan. Against Our Will.Men, women,& Rape.New York: Simon & Schuster,1975.
Being Alone, Children, and Crime: THE "CRIME" OF CELIA
 Celia was a slave who
 killed her master while
 resisting a sexual
 assault.
 Missouri state law
 deemed "any woman"
 in such circumstances
 to be acting in self-
 defense.
 But, the Court ruled
 that Celia was not a
 Woman.
State of Missouri v. Celia, a Slave: 1855 Defendant: Celia, a Slave Charge: Murder Chief Defense Lawyers: Isaac M. Boulware, John Jameson, and Nathan Chapman Kouns Chief Prosecutor: Robert Prewitt Judge: William Hall Place: Calloway County, Missouri Dates of Trial: October 9-10, 1855 Verdict: Guilty Sentence: Hanging SIGNIFICANCE: This case graphically illustrates that enslaved women had no legal recourse when raped by their masters.Although the second article of Section 29 of the Missouri statutes of 1845 forbade anyone "to take any woman unlawfully against her will and by force, menace or duress, compel her to be defiled," Judge William Hall refused to instruct the jury that the enslaved Celia fell within the meaning of "any woman"—giving the jury no latitude to consider Celia's murder of her sexually abusive master a justifiable act of self-defense. In 1850, the recently widowed Robert Newsom purchased the 14-year-old Celia, ostensibly to help his daughters with the housework. En route from Audrain County, the site of the transaction, to his own home in neighboring Calloway County, Missouri, Newsom raped the young girl.Back at his farm, Newsom ensconced her in a small cabin 150 feet from his home. Between 1850 and 1855, Celia bore two of Newsom's children, both of whom became her master's property.She also began a relationship with a fellow slave named George.When she became pregnant in 1855, she was unsure which of the men was the father. At that point,George told Celia that "he would have nothing more to do with her if she did not quit the old man." Celia first asked Newsom's daughters to intercede.She told Mary (19 years old, as was Celia in 1855) and Virginia (36 and returned to her father's home with her own three children) that her pregnancy was making her feel unwell and that she wished Robert Newsom to respect her condition and leave her alone.That afternoon, Celia brought a heavy stick, "about as large as the upper part of a Windsor chair, but not so long," into her cabin.When Newsom arrived and refused to back off,she killed him with two blows to the head. Source:Brownmiller,Susan. Against Our Will.Men, women,& Rape.New York: Simon & Schuster,1975.

State of Missouri v. Celia, a Slave: 1855 Defendant: Celia, a Slave Charge: Murder Chief Defense Lawyers: Isaac M. Boulware, John Jameson, a...