Talk radio superstar sues Obama’s EPA in federal court

Jim Kouri Law Enforcement Examiner 10/23/2012

One of the nation’s top conservative voices, syndicated radio talk host and former Reagan Administration Justice Department chief of staff Mark Levin at the beginning of Monday’s show announced his legal group’s intention to pursue another lawsuit against the Obama Environmental Protection Agency.

Levin gave a brief explanation of […]

Media endangers entire neighborhood to pursue thoughtcrime suspect

Ed Morrissey 9/15/2012

…Take a look at just the first minute or so of this report. Look at all of the media trucks in this sleepy little neighborhood, and not just KTLA’s. If anyone interested in taking revenge on Nakoula Besseley Nakoula wanted to know where to find him, it wouldn’t take long in […]

Interpol Raids Anonymous

DMartyr The Jawa Report 2/28/2012


LYON, France – Interpol has arrested 25 suspected members of the Anonymous hackers group in a swoop covering more than a dozen cities in Europe and Latin America, the global police body said Tuesday. […]The operation was carried out by police from Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Spain, the statement […]

Interpol accused after journalist arrested over Muhammad tweet

Saudi Arabia used Interpol’s system to get journalist arrested in Malaysia for insulting the Prophet Muhammad on Twitter

Owen Bowcott The Guardian [UK] 10 February 2012

Interpol has been accused of abusing its powers after Saudi Arabia allegedly used the organisation’s red notice system to get a journalist arrested in Malaysia for insulting the Prophet […]

Spanish Government Issues International “Find and Capture” Arrest Warrant for Three U.S. Soldiers on Homicide Charges…

The US tank crew wanted for murder

David Eade Morning Star [UK] 09 August 2010

The Spanish government wants a three-man US army tank crew to stand trial for the death of cameraman Jose Couso in Baghdad in 2003.

High Court judge Santiago Pedraz has issued three international arrest warrants for the soldiers after they […]

Interpol immunity: the story that won’t go away

Anthony G. Martin Columbia Conservative Examiner January 2, 2010

The Obama executive order granting INTERPOL–the International Police Organization–immunity from U.S. law is a story that won’t go away.

At first only a tiny group of astute bloggers sounded the alarm about the issue. But now not only has the story gone viral but the […]