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Gay British musician Elton John marries partner under new law
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Gay British musician Elton John marries partner under new law

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Oregon governor's fiancee admits to sham marriage

The fiancee of Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber has admitted that she violated the law when she married an immigrant seeking to retain residency in the United States. Cylvia Hayes says she was paid around $5,000 for the 1997 marriage. She says she was "associating ...
 Sify2 months ago John Brennan: 'Torture report' flawed, interrogations helped thwart terror plots  Washington Times1 week ago Here's A No-B.S. Translation Of John Brennan's Remarks On Torture  Huffington Post1 week ago Dianne Feinstein Pushes Back Against CIA Director John Brennan On Twitter  Huffington Post1 week ago
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Lawyer who provided legal basis for CIA torture techniques says agency might have gone too far and broken the law

Former Justice Department lawyer John Yoo said the sleep deprivation, rectal feeding and other harsh treatment outlined in a U.S. Senate report last week could violate anti-torture laws Yoo was Deputy Assistant U.S. Attorney General in the Office of ...
 Capital Bay1 week ago Author of interrogation memo John Yoo concedes CIA might have gone too far  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Memo author says CIA may have gone too far  Canberra Times1 week ago Even Torture Memo Author John Yoo Thinks Rectal Feeding Was Illegal  Huffington Post1 week ago
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Salon

The shocking truth about law enforcement's most self-serving myth

That split second before police officers killed Michael Brown, Eric Garner and John Crawford was shaped by decades of judicial decision-making. In the wake of these killings, we have been told, over and over again, that police officers must have the ...
 Salon1 week ago Shocking Truth About Law Enforcement's Most Self-Serving Myth  AlterNet.org1 week ago
New Zealand Herald

Fran O'Sullivan: Little takes the game to National by backing Key's anti-jihadist law

Andrew Little took a big step forward towards the ultimate prize - the prime ministership - with his decision to support John Key's government to get the Countering Terrorist Fighters legislation across the line. The Little stratagem could have ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago Little takes the game to National by backing Key's anti-jihadist law  New Zealand Herald1 week ago

Editorial: A Kendra's Law would protect safety, freedom

at 12:02 am In 2006, in the wake of the John Hyde quintuple homicide, the shooting of police Sgt. Carol Oleksak and the deaths of former state Sen. Joe Mercer and Lt. Bill Sibrava, the city of Albuquerque adopted a version of Kendra's Law that ...
 Albuquerque Journal1 week ago

Newfoundland law to allow police easier access to info on missing persons cases

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - New legislation in Newfoundland and Labrador would allow police to apply to a judge for access to personal records in a missing persons case without having evidence of criminal wrongdoing. Premier Paul Davis says the Missing ...
 Alaska Highway News1 week ago Newfoundland amends law for missing persons  Metro Canada1 week ago
Canberra Times

FOI law overseen by one public servant... working from home

Information Commissioner Professor John McMillan has lost his staff but not his legal obligations. Latest public service news Australia's federal freedom of information laws will be overseen by a single officer working largely from home. ...
 Canberra Times1 week ago Freedom of information law overseen by one man working from home  Melbourne Age1 week ago
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UN Should Honor Human Rights Day With Amends to Haitian Cholera Victims: The John Marshall Law School in Chicago International Human Rights Clinic

Today, Human Rights Day should be when the United Nations starts righting the wrongs done to hundreds of thousands of Haitian cholera victims who have been deprived of justice by the international organization. That's according to the International ...
 PRWeb1 week ago UN Must Make Amends to Victims of Haiti Cholera Epidemic: The John Marshall Law School in Chicago International Human Rights Clinic  Digital Journal2 weeks ago
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Opinion Journal: How Bush-Era Lawyers Wrote Antiterror Laws

U.C. Berkeley Law School Professor John Yoo explains that Bush-era interrogation techniques were both reasonable and lawful.
 NEWS.com.au1 week ago
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