Human Rights

Tennessee Judge Grants Injunction To Keep Baby Steffen Alive After Almost Dying In DHS Custody

Tennessee judge grants a temporary injunction to keep Baby Steffen alive after the 7-month old almost died while in DHS custody Baby Steffen was born with Down Syndrome and congenital heart defects On February 2 Baby Steffen and his sister Annalise were placed in DHS custody On February 17 Baby Steffen was rushed to Vanderbilt Hospital a diagnosed for having a serious infection ...

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Water Protectors Go To 8th Circuit Court of Appeals To Try And Overturn A Decision By North Dakota Federal Court Regarding Militarized Police

Water Protectors go to 8th Circuit Court of Appeals to try and overturn a decision by North Dakota federal court regarding militarized police The water Protector Legal Collective filed a class action lawsuit over militarized police actions against water protectors in North Dakota Militarized police used tear gas, bean bag rounds, and water cannons against unarmed water protectors in freezing ...

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Leaked Documents From TigerSwan Give Disturbing Detail On The Dakota Access Protests

A look inside the leaked documents from the private security firm TigerSwan show disturbing details on the Dakota Access Pipeline Protest Response On Saturday The Intercept released leaked documents from the inside the private security firm TigerSwan Documents show that FBI, BIA, and other government agencies were working with TigerSwan The documents show TigerSwan trying to press a narrative through ...

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Nashville.gov Makes Kratom Bust And Forgets The Definition Of The Word Synthetic In Their Excitement

In a press release on Nashville.gov officials showed their lack of knowledge on the plant Kratom and the definition of the word synthetic Law enforcement in Nashville conducted a one month investigation into 26-year-old Christopher R Miller selling Kratom Miller goes to court on June 12 and is held on $22,500 bond In a press release to Nashville.gov officials described ...

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Who Should You Call After Child Protection Services Opens An Investigation Into Your Family

Who do you call after Child Protection Services opens an investigation into your family Title IV Funding has given Child Protection Services incentive to remove children It is not unusual for advocates to attempt to take advantage of families stuck in the system Simple background checks can allow you to see if advocates offering help are knowledgeable in the field All over ...

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A Look Into Operation Icarus And The World Of Global Hacking

A brief look at Operation Icarus and the world of global hacking In 2016 Operation Icarus was initiated and targeted “all central banks” Over the years we have watched an increase in state-sponsored hackers In 2009 the public silence surrounding the NSA’s hacker elites known as TAO was broken It has been a long, dark, and at times difficult road for ...

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Sedgwick County Kansas Sentences Dying Woman To Jail Forcing Her To Miss Chemotherapy While Offering A Child Molester Probation

Sedgwick County Kansas sentenced 53-year-old Angela Kastner to jail forcing her to miss her chemotherapy while offering self-admitted child molester Brandon Lloyd probation Kastner got in an accident due to dehydration from her chemotherapy treatment Very trace amounts of prescribed Marinol was found in Kastner’s system Sedgwick County charged Kastner with a DUI and sentenced her to two days in ...

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Sedgwick County Kansas DA Marc Bennett Offers Admitted Child Molester Brandon Lloyd Probation In Disturbing Audio Recording

Sedgwick County DA has offered admitted child molester Brandon Lloyd probation and explains why in a disturbing meeting with the victim’s parents Lloyd is in Sedgwick County Jail and faces several sexual crimes against a minor Audio recording of a meeting between Bennett and the victim’s parents shows a very callous side of the DA The plea agreement would also ...

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In 2012 Kansas SRS Secretary Phyllis Gilmore blatantly lied about the number of substantiated findings in a letter to CJ Online

Secretary of DCF claimed almost 13,000 substantiated findings in a letter to CJ Online in 2012 DCF records show that there were 1,916 substantiated findings in that time period Records also show that there were 30,722 unsubstantiated findings in the same time period Unsubstantiated findings do not prevent an order to remove a child from the home On April 12, ...

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