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Fusion Center Push Back

October 21, 2015

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Fusion Center Push Back

Maine Representative Charlotte Warren has introduced a bill that would compel oversight of the state’s lone fusion center and the center’s budget. The fusion center is formally known as the Maine Information and Analysis Center. The Maine center is already supposed to be overseen by a three-member advisory board that includes Daniel Wathen, a former […]

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Discovering Waco

July 20, 2015

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Discovering Waco

Last Friday, 62 days after the worst incidence of biker violence in history, McLennan County District Judge Ralph Strother gave prosecutors another 30 days to disclose their evidence in the case to defense attorneys. A week before, Strother had named a Waco police detective involved in the investigation foreman of the grand jury that will […]

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Look! Up In The Air!

November 14, 2014

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Depending on whether you think totalitarianism is mandated by the United States Constitution or not, the Obama Administration has achieved either a new high or a new low in warrantless domestic spying on law abiding citizens. Devlin Barrett of the Wall Street Journal reported this morning that the U.S. Marshals Service “operates a secret cellphone […]

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