Massive US Sex Trafficking Bust Ensnares Over 1,000—Including Law Enforcement And Clergy

Massive US Sex Trafficking Bust Ensnares Over 1,000—Including Law Enforcement And Clergy

By Claire Bernish      August 4, 2017

From Seattle to Tuscaloosa, police arrested more than 1,000 people in just one month — including a law enforcement officer and pastor — as part of a sweeping crackdown on child sex offenders, and juvenile and adult sex trafficking in the United States.

Police from 37 departments in 17 states participated in the annual National Johns Suppression Initiative — a regular effort to ostensibly crack down on human trafficking and illegal sex work — rescuing 81 adult and child victims and arresting 1,020 people from Seattle to Chicago, and Texas to Tuscaloosa in the month-long effort spearheaded by Cook County, Illinois, Sheriff Thomas J. Dart.
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City Council Furious Man Has Enough Money To Keep Them From Stealing His Land

City Council Furious Man Has Enough Money To Keep Them From Stealing His Land

By Claire Bernish

Monty Bennett’s quiet but intense demeanor, overflowing wallet, and stature as a head of a hotel investment company earn as many friends in high places as narrow-lidded grudges, but — love him or hate him — this Dallas businessman sits in the same precarious position as an untold number of ordinary property owners around the country.

Eminent domain.

Fighting the government to keep your private property is a battle arguably no one should be forced to endure, yet all around the United States, landowners like Bennett — whose ranch, The Lazy W, or officially, East Texas Ranch LP, has been in the family for generations — have been subjected to an unfortunately common tactic employed by an arrogant State run amok.

Bennett, however, has been fortunate enough in business dealings to afford a legal feud with the Tarrant Regional Water District — which seeks to usurp part of his ranch for an enormous water line — in an epic battle for control so revealing of the hubris of the State, everyone needs to take notice.

“It all started a few years back when the entity responsible for getting water to Fort Worth, the Tarrant Regional Water District, let it be known that it intended to take part of Bennett’s ranch and lay a pipe across it,” D Magazine reports.

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Laws Requiring “POLICE” to Follow Legal Code Proves that Cops are never required to Follow the Laws they Enforce

All Corporate Statutory Code only applies to Statutory Artificial PERSONS…  What are Statutory (Artificial) Persons?  They are corporations created by a statutory act of Congress yet are considered to be humans but are not.

The fact that there must be LEGAL FICTION CODES written to make it a crime for policy enforcers to break the law shows explicitly how depraved the legal system has gotten, and how out of control cops are allowed to act.

The only bounds on POLICY ENFORCERS was their own morals and ethics.  Cops seem to turn those cranial functions over to BAR ATTORNEYS who completely and totally abuse their fictitious POWER OF ASSUMPTION over the ARTIFICIAL PERSON trust insurance franchise.

Texas’s Immigration Bill Allows for Jailing of Police Who Disobey

Municipalities and police departments that refuse federal immigration orders to detain illegal immigrants could be penalized

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