Summary This page examines hyper-criminality as it impacts the justice system and society. This article is does not intend to condone or glamorize criminal behavior, but instead looks for ways to redirect the energy of those with hyper-criminal tendencies. Some videos are referenced as resources to provide a synopsis insight into significant personalities. Brief Overview… Continue reading Hyper-Criminality Report 2023
The officers arrested for their role in George Floyd’s death have been charged with murder. Justice is served (assuming they are tried, convicted, and sentenced). The system is correcting itself and will continue to do so as long as we abide by the basic rules necessary to provoke a response which are: STEP #1 –… Continue reading Follow these 7 easy steps to get legal justice for yourself and others.
Two years ago the city of South Fulton, Georgia got to do something unusual: Build a government and a justice system from scratch. The brand new city of 100,000 residents — 90% of whom are black — broke off from greater Fulton County. One of the first things they did was build a justice system… Continue reading JUSTICE REFORM – 8 Women Run The Entire Justice System in South Fulton, Georgia
On the night of Thursday 7 July 2015, snipers shot 12 police officers, killing 5, in Dallas, Texas during a protest about shooting violence. While under heavy gun fire, police managed to protect those gathered and disarm the situation without harming any protestors. Realizations The Dallas incident makes me realize two things. Good Police. The average police… Continue reading Commentary on Dallas Police Shooting
On 16 July 2015, President Barack Obama became the first sitting president in U.S. history to visit a federal prison. A video of his statement is below. “These are young people who made mistakes that aren’t that different than the mistakes I made and the mistakes that a lot of you guys made. The difference… Continue reading Breaking News: Barack Obama Goes to Prison…
Update – 17 July 2014 This story (below) was first published by ResourcesForLife.com on May of 2014. Since then, changes have taken place to address HIPAA compliance by the media. Law enforcement officers are taking action to protect patient rights — even for those who’ve been arrested. This makes it possible to reprint/repost or reference… Continue reading News Media Repeatedly in Violation of Privacy and HIPAA Laws When Reporting on Arrests