On this day, March 10, 1969, James Earl Ray was convicted of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. after entering a guilty plea. His sentence was for 99 years in prison and died in jail in 1998, aged 70.
As the remnants of summer linger, providing warm and sunny weather, it may seem hard to consider a fall home maintenance plan.
Mr. Bhatt successfully tried hundreds of bench and jury trials related to weapons charges, drug offenses, animal crimes, violent crimes, thefts and gang related offenses. Mr. Bhatt’s firsthand experience with the methods
Houston Lesbian Mayor Brings New Assault: Claims Pastors have no Right to a Jury Trial. --------------------------------------------------- This witch got a boatload of Bibles over this. She now needs a boatload of the Constitutions and the Bill of Rights sent to her.
Two special events this weekend on (1) inequality; and (2) whistleblowers http://www.occupyboston.org/2014/05/11/this-weekend-inequality-whistleblowers/ This weekend whistleblower and author Peter Van Buren will be in Boston for two very special events at Community Church of Boston (565 Boylston), as well as at least one book reading elsewhere. Peter has a lot to say on many topics we all care about, and I hope you’ll be able to see him while he’s here...
“Them jury trials are gonna be the death of me yet. Now I got to go out and arrest that Ralph Black for stealing chickens and he’ll probably want a jury trial, too. Where in the world am I gonna get anybody to sit on a jury for... Hey, you fellas could help me out. Just this once, huh? It pays a dollar a day. All you have to do is sit—” From The Jury (Bonanza)