Suit: Police killed man as he tried to kill self : The Morning Call Online
Suit: Police killed man as he tried to kill self
Allentown officers shot work release inmate in back during arrest.
By Matt Birkbeck Of The Morning Call
A federal lawsuit accuses two Allentown police officers of ”outlandish and outrageous conduct” in what it calls the unprovoked shooting of a man who tried to kill himself with a box cutter.
James H. Stewart, 24, died from two gunshots to his back after the officers tried to arrest him for failing to return to Northampton County Prison after a work-release assignment. He had been jailed for failing to make child support payments. Continue reading Suit: Police killed man as he tried to kill self : The Morning Call Online
DaddyBlogger.com: Breaking News! Alec Baldwin to become actively involved with Action 4 Justice
Breaking News! Alec Baldwin to become actively involved with Action 4 Justice
Breaking News from DaddyBlogger.com Alec Baldwin will soon be participating with the Action 4 Justice. We all knew that Alec Baldwin would eventually become more actively involved with this cause! Our source is very credible and we look forward to having Alec Baldwin further increase national awareness of a system that is broke and highly destructive to children.
We hope that both the A4J and Mr. Baldwin will become actively involved with the EQUAL Parenting Bike Trek on August 11th 2007 and the Washington, D.C. Rally on August 18th 2007.
Did you know that AFJ has an actual political party in Spain based on the platform of EQUAL Parental Rights for both fit parents and a child’s right to EQUAL time with BOTH fit Parents?
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Angela Pedersen, R.N.
Alec Baldwin and Parens Patriae by Stephen Baskerville
Alec Baldwin and Parens Patriae
by Stephen Baskerville
by Stephen Baskerville, PhD
Actor Alec Baldwin has been raked over the coals for a phone call he made to his daughter. It was not a very nice phone call, but then most of us can recall unpleasant conversations with family members. How many of us are called on the carpet by the national media, forced to explain our private behavior, subject to a public debate over whether we should be permitted to keep our children, and then summoned to court?
Actually quite a few, or at least we might be better off if there were such a debate. The government appropriation of children is now so out-of-control that parents routinely lose their children for less than what Baldwin did, and with neither public debate nor trial by jury. While it may be true that Baldwin is being publicly pilloried because he is a celebrity, the invasion of his privacy is far from unique. Continue reading Alec Baldwin and Parens Patriae by Stephen Baskerville