Saturday, May 20, 2017


Thousands of criminal defense lawyers preparing hundreds of thousands of Motion to Set Aside Conviction due to prosecutions led by "nut job".  Citing the conclusion of the  highest authority, the smartest man on Earth, Donald Trump.


Oregon Organic Farm Threatened With Forced Herbicide Use Reaches Settlement With County

by Darren Smith
Last weekend we featured two articles (HERE and HERE) featuring a controversy involving the forced use of chemical herbicides on an organic farm that according to County officials was out of compliance in controlling noxious weeds that were threatening neighboring farms and crops.
The 2,000 acre organic farm in North Central Oregon is facing what could be a be an existential threat to its operations after county weed control authorities sent notice mandating that the farm use chemical herbicides to eradicate weed growth.
I attended the public hearing held at the Sherman County seat located in Moro, Oregon. Due to a very high volume of interest expressed by residents and those outside the community, the venue was changed from the County Courthouse to a gymnasium at the Sherman County High School. There was a great deal of uncertainty manifest in this hearing with strongly held opinions on many sides and one can say with near certainty that the publicity generated caused turmoil in this small community. In fact, the concern was so great, that a number of law enforcement officials were dispatched to the area to provide security to address a worry that things might get out of hand. But in the end the two sides reached an agreement that precludes the forced use of herbicides--and offered both a carrot and stick for both parties to strongly consider.



President Trump met with Russian officials at the White House last week. American journalists were barred, but Russia released photographs.
Trump Told Russians That Firing 'Nut Job' Comey Eased Pressure From Investigation


The conversation reinforces the notion that President Trump dismissed him primarily because of the bureau's investigation into possible collusion between his campaign and Russian operatives.



Julian Assange Rape Inquiry Is Dropped but His Legal Problems Remain Daunting


The decision does not mean that Mr. Assange, who has been living in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London for five years, is in the clear.




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