Monday, June 1st, 2009
Scalia’s “things that rarely happen.”
LAPD officer wrongly raided by LAPD.
Well-done billboard ad.
I’ve posted a number of times about Lee Lucas, the Cleveland DEA agent accused of lying and encouraging informants to lie in order to secure a number of convictions. The good news is that he’s now facing an 18-count federal indictment.
No idea if this is real. It’s so funny, I don’t think it matters.
Man fights city hall eminent domain plan to seize private marina homes and hand them over to wealthy developers. Man actually wins. City fights back with ridiculous attempt to evict man, including claim that his dachshund is a “menace” to the community. Man fights back, actually wins again. City goes after man a third time, with new law that would require expensive renovation of his houseboat. City learns its lesson. This time, they get the feds to take the man’s home away before he has the chance to fight back.