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St Louis' Black Lives Matter supporting circuit attorney Kim Gardner is in hot water again after a judge was forced to dismiss a man's first degree murder charges. In a July 14th ruling obtained by National Justice, Judge Jason Sengheiser states that he had no choice but to release Brandon Campbell, who is accused of... Read More
A friend who haunts used book sales passed on to me Wyatt Earp by Casey Tefertiller published by John Wiley & Sons in 1997. It was a New York Times “Notable Book” and History Book Club Selection. It is hard to imagine that today 24 years later. A mainstream publisher bringing out a book about... Read More
The FBI announced yesterday that it was opening up a federal "hate crime" investigation into Edward Cagney Mathews during a wild Mount Laurel Council meeting. Mathews received national attention after a mob of blacks organized by Black Lives Matter gathered outside of his home in New Jersey looking to do him harm. Previously, the irate... Read More
Federal prosecutors woke up to more bad news related to their case against Michigan-based militia members who they allege are right-wing domestic terrorists that were plotting to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer. According to court records obtained by National Justice, 39-year-old FBI Special Agent Richard James Trask II was arraigned today for an act of felony... Read More
Sitting in a chair is a very serious crime in a democracy that thrives on people not sitting in that chair. Reuters: Pence, Pelosi – what’s the difference? Obviously, this guy didn’t know that he’d done anything wrong, or he wouldn’t have po
Defense lawyers yesterday filed a brief detailing the FBI's extensive role in a Michigan militia's plot to supposedly kidnap Gretchen Whitmer. The document, obtained by National Justice, severely undermines the narrative prosecutors and FBI agents have constructed against the six defendants in USA v. Fox, et al, who are accused of multiple serious crimes related... Read More
The real domestic terrorists are the criminals in power in Washington
Earlier today I posted my article pointing out how corrupt are Cyrus Vance, the Democrat Manhattan District Attorney’s office and the presstitutes who shill for the corrupt prosecutors. I made the point that American prosecutors and journalists no longer see law as “a shield of the people,” which is the way the creators of the... Read More
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The Manhattan District Attorney’s office is a tool of the Democrat machine. The office is out to destroy Republicans, especially Donald Trump and his family. There are no valid charges against Trump and his daughter, Ivanka. But prosecutors do not need valid charges. The way they proceed (see Paul Craig Roberts, The Tyranny of Good... Read More
“The matriarchy is merciless, and it has thoroughly feminized and twisted US law,” this writer wrote, in April of 2018, upon the sentencing and jailing of comedian Bill Cosby. Cosby had been found “guilty” “of three counts of aggravated indecent assault, for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home in a Philadelphia suburb... Read More
In the last 24 hours, activist Jewish judge James Boasberg has defied prosecutors to protect Big Tech and the corrupt FBI. These decisions represent a massive setback for forces inside the state attempting to rebuild public trust in American institutions. Yesterday, Boasberg refused to give FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith jail time for his role in... Read More
6/28/21 National Justice has received word that the photo circulated belonged to a different Mike Davis at Lonoke County Sheriff's Office. We are retracting this part of the story until more information becomes available. A 17-year-old boy, Hunter Brittain, was shot by police near Cabot, Arkansas last week in what witnesses and family members are... Read More
When I was 8 years old, I discovered my parents’ record collection. It had all of the boomer classics. This was the first time I listened to David Bowie’s “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.” I wasn’t quite ready to understand Pink Floyd’s The Wall or The Who’s Tommy... Read More
[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] I've passed comment before, more than once, on the ambivalence we all feel towards the police and other law enforcement agencies. We know we need them; we appreciate what a tough job they have; we want to support them and encourage them; but …... Read More
Police and prosecutors are dragging their feet in solving the June 12th mass shooting in Austin. The race of the suspects, all of them black, is complicating an otherwise straightforward case. 15 people, many of them innocent bystanders, were shot in a gun battle involving two groups of blacks near a strip of bars. Travis... Read More
I tell it true: Tucker Carlson is truly great, he is just a tad bit slow on the uptake. Or maybe Andrew Anglin is simply an expertly fast uptaker. Regardless of the state of the neurological uptake systems at work here, the fact is that eventually, Tucker eventually gets to the point. On Tuesday, he... Read More
Watch this video. It’s 21 seconds and it communicates so much about what is happening right now. Blacks have now been unleashed. Whites have been told that blacks can do whatever they want, and no one can say anything about it or they are racist. There is really no bottom on how bad this can... Read More
It’s actually shocking that the media is referring to Ashli Babbitt as “a rioter.” Assuming you could classify the Capitol Storm as a riot – which is debatable – she definitely was not rioting. She was protesting with a flag when she was murdered. CNBC: The family of Capitol rioter Ashli Babbitt is suing to... Read More
Previously: Federal Government Achieves Full Anarcho-Tyranny. This Can’t Go On Just-released footage showing the Mostly Peaceful Protestors co-operating with police to enter the U.S. Capitol on January 6 is only the most recent evidence that the Biden Regime's approach is prosecutorial atrocity[Video Shows U.S. Capitol Police Gave Protesters OK to Enter, by Julie Kelly, American... Read More
Last year, Robert Hampton cited several cases of black criminals, even a murderer, who were let go or got light sentences because of “racism.” A murderer’s conviction was overturned because a juror might have said the “N word.” The juror denied it, but that didn’t matter. People in police departments, security companies, and the military... Read More
At this writing, in mid-May, 2021, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted by a jury of second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd during Floyd’s arrest. Chauvin hasn’t been sentenced yet. The first charge carries a maximum of forty years in prison. Chauvin was one of... Read More
The Republican Party's embrace of "criminal justice reform" has brought chaos and danger to a number of deep red states, including Utah, a new investigative report has found. Senator Mike Lee, who represents Utahns, is a leading GOP proponent of emptying America's prisons. A number of parole officers blew the whistle on the problems with... Read More
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So what was preordained has finally taken place. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has now been convicted of the murder of George Floyd. While many, possibly even most, Americans would agree that Chauvin exceeded what was necessary in his use of force, the prosecution never proved that he intended to either kill or severely... Read More
Many Americans saw former policeman Derek Chauvin’s conviction on all counts last week as affirming the principle that no one is above the law. Many others were concerned that the jury was scared that anything less than a full conviction would result in riots, and even violence against themselves and their families. Was the jury’s... Read More
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[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] It’s St. George's Day, April 23. This has actually been St. George's week; not the chap who slew the dragon, but St. George Floyd of Minneapolis, who was slain himself last year by something much more fearsome than any dragon—by systemic racism! So the... Read More
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Officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts for the “murder” of the beatified George Floyd. The jury, consisting of only two white men among twelve, found him guilty within a matter of hours. It was a quick decision that sent a clear message to America: black lives matter more than yours. Despite being... Read More
Paul Craig Roberts Interviewed on USA Watchdog by Greg Hunter If you want the facts, you can find them here:
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The jury has found Derek Chauvin guilty on all three counts. It took fewer than 24 hours to reach a unanimous decision. I have argued all along that an acquittal was impossible, no matter what the evidence showed. No jury, anywhere in the United States, could have found Mr. Chauvin innocent after nearly a year... Read More
Outside the Hennepin County Courthouse on Tuesday morning, a crowd chanted, “If George don’t get it, SHUT IT DOWN! If George don’t get it, SHUT IT DOWN!” while the jurors deliberated inside. Although 14 jurors heard the case, Judge Peter Cahill excused the two alternates after closing arguments on Monday, and Jurors #96 and #118... Read More
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Court began with discussions outside the presence of the jury. Derek Chauvin’s lawyer, Eric Nelson, objecting to the prosecution’s plan to call another use-of-force expert. He said it would only be repetition of what other witnesses have said. Earlier, Judge Peter Cahill cautioned prosecutors about “cumulative” witnesses, and said he would not let them bring... Read More
Evidence is coming out in the courtroom, although not in the US media, that Officer Chauvin’s arrest was based entirely on “camera perspective bias,” as I previously reported. As the police videos demonstrate, Chauvin’s knee was on Floyd’s shoulder blade and not on his neck. My opinion is that evidence will play no role in... Read More
The American Establishment is determined that Chauvin will not get a fair trial. Chauvin is the Establishment’s showpiece of white racism. The point that is being made is that the KKK is alive and well, only instead of a noose it is knee-on-neck. An unthinking and unaware Chauvin gave them the video that they needed.... Read More
The impending ritual sacrifice of Police Officer Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis, and the Regime Media’s increasingly absurd determination to sustain the January 6 Capitol “Insurrection” Hoax Narrative, were both presaged by the reaction to the 2017 Charlottesville VA Unite The Right Rally, of which I was the permit holder. Unfortunately, we had no U.S. Senators... Read More
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While America faces a historic crime wave, the Department of Justice is maintaining a furious campaign of persecution against January 6 protesters. It’s impossible to see this as other than politically-driven, given its total indifference to political violence from the Left. National law enforcement now operates like a political police, more interested in protecting Regime... Read More
An attorney who is monitoring the trial of officer Chauvin has concluded that Minnesota officials arranged in advance Chauvin’s conviction. The attorney is not a member of Chauvin’s defense team. He is monitoring the trial because of his long-standing interest in the systematic destruction in America of a fair trial. The details follow: Minneapolis paid... Read More
he United States now has attributes of the 20th century totalitarian regimes that it opposed. The New York governor is implementing the hated Soviet internal passport that prevents freedom of movement, and the illegitimate Biden regime is working with private firms to create a nationwide internal passport. American elections mean no more than Soviet ones.... Read More
A New Jersey lawsuit that seeks to hold Antifa accountable for organizing campaigns of terror and harassment against individuals is picking up steam. In D'ambly v. Exoo, originally filed in September 2020, plaintiff Daniel D'Ambly is suing Christian Exoo (known on Twitter as "Antifash Gordon") for leading campaigns of violence and harassment to compel his... Read More
Another respected veteran, now labeled a domestic terrorist, has been caught in the FBI's "1/6" dragnet -- the largest criminal investigation in the history of the Justice Department. Jeffrey McKellop, a former Green Beret, gave 22 years of his life up to serve his country. His government is thanking him by threatening to take 20... Read More
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[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] Earlier (May 30, 2020): Even Right Abandoning Accused Minneapolis Cop—But They Shouldn't Jury selection began this week for the conviction…Oops, sorry: I mean the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin on charges that he murdered the Holy Blessed Martyr George Floyd in Minneapolis... Read More
Federal prosecutors are charging a key informant in the case against a group of Michigan militia members who the FBI claims were plotting to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer last fall. Stephen J. Robeson, a 58-year-old man from Wisconsin, was indicted on March 3rd by a grand jury for being a felon in possession of a... Read More
The People's Square will be live tonight at 9 PM Eastern Time. We will be interviewing attorney Augustus Invictus, who has faced unfair prosecution for his beliefs. Catch it live here. Find the mp3 uploaded later here.
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The other day a friend and I were partaking of the mortal remains of quite a number of defenseless grapes, and the subject of law enforce arose. Having spent a number of years as a police reporter, I began thinking of curious and often erroneous ideas that people have of what we regard as a... Read More
The FBI's arrest of social media influencer Douglass Mackey, aka "Ricky Vaughn," over satirical memes he posted on the internet in 2016 has provoked indignation from the public. The case is a dramatic new escalation in the war on the First Amendment. According to a complaint filed last week by FBI Special Agent Maegan Rees... Read More
When Uncle Sam threatens some blighted and benighted region of the world—ostensibly on behalf of the American People and for their own good—our representatives call it peace through strength. It is then that ordinary Americans are encouraged to pipe up in praise of the State’s invariably Orwellian peace-through-strength strategies. Peace through strength on our front... Read More
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By 8 January 2021, Mitch McConnell had determined he would not permit the Senate to try Trump until 19 January 2021 or later. He ruled that the Senate could not convene for special session unless all 100 Senators formally agreed; he maintained that ruling consistently, through 19 January 2021. By 10 January 2021, House majority... Read More
[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] See, earlier, May 30, 2020: Even Right Abandoning Accused Minneapolis Cop—But They Shouldn't The incoming new administration will, with high probability, face three major crises in the next year or so. China will probably invade Taiwan. The stock market bubble will burst and the... Read More
The initial charges against those few who entered the Capitol during the Trump rally were “entering a restricted building without permission and engaging in disorderly conduct while inside.” This charge does not carry sufficient punishment for the kind of example the Establishment intends to make of Trump supporters. Michael Sherwin, the acting U.S. attorney for... Read More
Yet more evidence, if more were needed, that we live in an increasingly lawless society showed up in New York City news outlets last week. Here's the story. December 24th last year … sorry: 2019, December 14th 2019, in the Bronx, sixty-year-old Juan Fresnada was out walking with a friend when a group of teenagers... Read More
White parents whose children are discriminated against by affirmative action and kept out of prestige universities resorted to a scheme run by sports coach Rick Singer that allegedly boosted their chances of gaining admission to prestige institutions. It cost the parents a lot of money and is now costing them prison time. Harvey Silverglate, a... Read More
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…Or Vaccinating America’s Political Virus.
In one ruling, a bombshell. Issued in the late evening this past Friday by Pennsylvania Commonwealth judge, Patricia McCollough, her bold- and absolutely correct- ruling is about to make Nov 27, 2020 the day that the highly questionable 2020 election blew to pieces. To make matters worse for the Dems, the same day, just down... Read More
Attorney General Dana Nessel, the Michigan State Police and FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force yesterday announced charges against two alleged members of a "white supremacist" Michigan militia, Justen Watkins and Alfred Gorman, for the crimes of Unlawful Posting a Message, Gang Membership and Using a Computer to Commit a Felony. According to the affidavit, the... Read More
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