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Inmate on trial, accused of assaulting guard

A Texas prison inmate serving time for murder is on trial this week in Bowie County for allegedly assaulting a correctional officer and possessing a homemade shank. A jury of four men and eight women began hearing testimony Wednesday afternoon in the case of David Robert Steiner Jr., 40. He is accused of attacking Correctional Officer Louis Jaralillo in the dayroom Nov. 10, 2016, of H pod in Building 7 at the Telford Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice in New Boston.

Protect the free speech of pastors and churches

"Hate crime" legislation will lay the legal foundation and framework for investigating, prosecuting and persecuting pastors, business owners, and anyone else whose actions reflect their faith. Violent attacks upon people or property are already illegal, regardless of the motive behind them. With "hate crime" laws, however, people are essentially given one penalty for the actions they engaged in, and an additional penalty for the politically incorrect thoughts that allegedly motivated those actions.

Corporate Fraud

Americans have become thoroughly disgusted by the gross fraud committed by the likes of Enron, WorldCom, Arthur Andersen, Martha Stewart, and their ilk. These groups are the poster children of Wall Street fraud, but are really only representative of a much larger problem that involves almost all Wall Street brokerage firms, congresspeople, and large corporations in America. Years of pervasive fraud, whether subtle or obvious, has undermined the world’s confidence in the US stock market, causing untold billions of dollars in loss for common families and pensionholders. Some loss has directly resulted from fraud, but most loss is merely because the fraudulent cases have caused a general lack of trust in the marketplace, creating additional sellers and fewer incentivized buyers of corporate stock (causing massive financial loss for the sellers).

San Diego Fugitive Operations

SAN DIEGO – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deportation officers arrested 20 criminal aliens and immigration violators during a five-day enforcement surge focused on immigration fugitives with a final removal order and a criminal conviction(s) or a criminal charge. The weeklong operation, which concluded yesterday, was conducted throughout San Diego county by ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations in San Diego. Of those arrested during this operation, 85 percent had prior criminal convictions and/or prior criminal charges. Convictions for those arrested included drugs, weapons offenses, hit-and-run, driving under the influence, theft, domestic violence, evading law enforcement and fraud criminal offenses.

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