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June 2016 / 3 posts found

Should Guantanamo Prisoners be released?

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Obama Squares Off with DOJ - Lynch, About Guantanmo...   The question to close Guantanamo Bay becomes a throne in the side of the United States. Is it really necessary to maintain this post, or has recent diplomacy with the Cuban Government played a major role in the future existence of Guantanamo? President Obama has vowed to close the base on his watch but is it prudent to do so. Where will America place its terrorist? For those Americans paying close attention to this futile decision, are…

Nebraska – Bodies of 3 Missing Men Found

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On May 23, 2016, the bodies of 3 missing men from Pine Ridge Reservation was found. Searchers discovered the bodies of Juan LaMont, 24, Tevin Tyon, 21, and Tyrell Wilson, 23, in a 2006 Buick Lacrosse in a steep ravine near White River. With a reward of $50,000 for information concern this matter, more than 200 volunteers consisting of tribal to federal personal, joined the search across the rigid terrain to locate the 3 men. Read more... http://journalstar.com/news/state-and-regional/nebraska/searchers-find-bodies-of-missing-men/article_ce653a63-74f8-590b-9360-c00d51862324.html…

Process Server Violence, things you should know.

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June 1st , 2016 The service of process is such an intricate part of the justice systems due process that it must be accomplished before any case can be heard by a judge. If fact, proper execution of service gives the courts and judges the authority to preside-over and adjudicate its outcome.  However the violence that accompanies this process is the reason for this article. The civil process in a court preceding can sometimes turn violent, especially when emotions are high and points-of-views are…