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Victory for property rights in Supreme Court union trespassing case

Washington, D.C.; June 23, 2021: In a victory for property owners, the Supreme Court of the United States today affirmed that the government cannot force people to allow third parties to trespass on their property. In Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid, two California agriculture businesses challenged a state law that...
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Spain High Court allows John McAfee's extradition to the U.S.

The Spanish High Court has authorized the extradition of John McAfee, an antivirus software creator, to the United States where he faces tax evasion charges, a court document released on Wednesday showed. McAfee, 75, who was arrested at Barcelona airport in October 2020, said during an extradition hearing this month...
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Second Amendment activist 'disappointed and upset' after gun control group dupes him into speaking at fake graduation

John Lott, a pro-Second Amendment activist, lashed out after being duped into speaking at a fake high school graduation in a ploy by a little-known gun control group. On Wednesday, Change the Ref, an organization aiming to raise awareness about mass shootings, released a video titled "The Lost Class," which showed Lott speaking to a chorus of empty chairs on June 4, an event he thought was a rehearsal for a prominent institution's graduation commencement. The footage featured clips of Lott talking about gun background checks as the group panned over the empty chairs and insisted thousands of high school students die from firearm violence annually, a number Change the Ref says would be improved by more laws regulating gun sales.
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Convicted Felon From Washington, D.C Pleads Guilty to Illegal Possession of Loaded Firearm

Sherman Evans Jr., a/k/a “Face Evans”, age 33, of Washington, D.C., pleaded guilty yesterday to being a felon in possession of a firearm. The guilty plea was announced by Acting United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Jonathan F. Lenzner; Special Agent in Charge Timothy Jones of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Baltimore Field Division; and Chief Malik Aziz of the Prince George’s County Police Department (PGPD).
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“Ridiculous Case”: Juror Criticizes DOJ for Charging Scientist With Hiding Ties to China

When she was called to sit on a federal jury in Tennessee earlier this month, Wendy Chandler had faith in prosecutors and the FBI. A University of Tennessee scientist stood accused of defrauding the U.S. government in connection with research funded by NASA. Chandler knew that the subject matter was complex and the stakes were high. She realized that she would need to go to bed early every night, get plenty of sleep, and pay close attention. She knew she had to keep an open mind. But surely there would be some merit to what the FBI had found, she thought. Surely the government wouldn’t waste everyone’s time.
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High court ruling on puberty blockers ‘based on partisan evidence’

A landmark judgment that children under the age of 16 considering gender reassignment are unlikely to be mature enough to give informed consent to be prescribed puberty-blocking drugs undermined their entitlement to make decisions for themselves and was based on “partisan expert evidence”, the court of appeal has heard. Tavistock...
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Spain Court Agrees To Extradite McAfee Founder To US

Spain's National Court said Wednesday it had approved the extradition of antivirus software pioneer John McAfee to the United States where he is wanted for tax evasion. The court's decision to extradite the 75-year-old, who was arrested at Barcelona airport, can be appealed but must also be approved by the Spanish cabinet before it can take place.
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