Watch Me on FreedomWatch Tonight

Monday, January 24th, 2011

I’ll be talking drug raids and such on tonight’s show. Not sure when my segment pops up, but the show starts at 8pm ET on Fox Business Network.

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12 Responses to “Watch Me on FreedomWatch Tonight”

  1. #1 |  Bob | 

    When bald guys attack! Tonight on FOX.

    Sorry, I couldn’t resist.

  2. #2 |  mack520 | 

    Bad week for this. Cops getting shot is an outrage. Citizens getting shot by cops for no reason should be, but isn’t. Do good.

  3. #3 |  claude | 

    Might want to keep an eye on this case:

    Supreme Court takes new Miranda case on when inmates must be read rights before questioning

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court will consider whether investigators must give a jail inmate his Miranda rights before questioning him on matters unrelated to what landed him behind bars.

    The justices on Monday said they will hear Michigan’s appeal of a court ruling in favor of Randall Fields, who acknowledged to sheriff’s deputies that he had sexual contact with a minor. The admission took place during an interview in the same building where Fields was jailed on unrelated charges.

    The deputies never advised Fields he could be silent or have a lawyer, hallmarks of the Miranda warning for criminal suspects. They did tell him he could leave when he wanted.

    Arguments will take place later this year.

    The case is Howes v. Fields, 10-680.

    http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/wire/sns-ap-us-supreme-court-miranda,0,5143290.story

  4. #4 |  Dave Krueger | 

    Hopefully they will give you your own special soon. It’s not lie you don’t have enough to fill an hour or two with plenty of food for thought.

  5. #5 |  SJE | 

    Honestly, Miranda is a joke, so it doesnt hold any interest. The whole reason behind Miranda is to avoid police coercion and confessions. Not only has Miranda been riddled with exceptions, but the police and prosecutors are able to use all sort of other means to coerce people. Or, if that fails, just make up stuff.

  6. #6 |  ktc2 | 

    Submitted without comment:

    http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2011/01/24/tough-times-for-men-and-women-in-blue/?hpt=Sbin

  7. #7 |  ktc2 | 

    More along the same lines:

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/01/24/authorities-fear-cops-targeted-officers-shot-hours/?test=latestnews

  8. #8 |  Joe | 

    Any drink words picked out for the SOTU?

  9. #9 |  André | 

    Joe: I’m going to say “Investment”, “Critical infrastructure” and “Priorities”. I’ll probably black out before he finishes.

  10. #10 |  Mario | 

    mack520 @ #2

    Cops getting shot is an outrage. Citizens getting shot by cops for no reason should be, but isn’t.

    I wonder what the yearly statistics for innocents being shot, and shot and killed, by police are.

  11. #11 |  Yizmo Gizmo | 

    “Honestly, Miranda is a joke, so it doesnt hold any interest. The whole reason behind Miranda is to avoid police coercion and confessions.”

    Yeah, people naively think they have all these Constitutional rights
    until the Gov’t pounces on them, chews them up and spits them out.
    I think that’s the tipping point–when Mr. and Mrs Jones in suburbia realize their inalienable “rights”–what their forefathers fought for–are mere abstractions.
    I’m surprised some sort of War on Cops doesn’t break out.
    Huh? What’s that? You mean?
    http://nation.foxnews.com/culture/2011/01/25/war-cops-feared-after-11-officers-shot-24-hours

  12. #12 |  Boyd Durkin | 

    Yizmo,
    It does bring the issue “What the hell good is a right?” to light. Unless it is expediant and “easy” to gain redress from an abuse of your rights by the state or by non-state, then WTF good are these classifications called rights? Seems like 90% theater.

    Nice link to Fox. They will clearly side with cops in any war. Pump up that paranoia volume.

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