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The killers of Council, Idaho rancher Jack Yantis will soon return to work after being cleared of criminal charges by Idaho Attorney General Larry Wasden. Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. Click here to help support … Continue reading
Hillary Clinton won’t be prosecuted for computer crimes despite dozens of documented violations of federal law. Common citizens who share passwords to social media or online streaming services, however, face the prospect of federal prosecution and imprisonment as felons. On … Continue reading
The FBI once again appears to have averted a terrorist plot of its own manufacture by arresting 57-year-old William Keebler, a man from Stockton, Utah described in press accounts as a militia organizer exhibiting an “extreme hatred” for the federal … Continue reading
Tremonton, UT — Bear River, Utah resident Rex Iverson, 45, died in the Box Elder County Jail on January 23 after being incarcerated for his failure to pay an ambulance bill. A deputy arrested him on a $350 bench warrant … Continue reading
Boise, ID – A mistrial was called in the case of police accountability activist Matthew Townsend, who faces a potential five-year prison sentence for writing a Facebook post critical of a Meridian, Idaho police officer who arrested him without justification. … Continue reading
Disabled Navy veteran Raymond Schwab moved to Colorado last year to free himself from addictions that grew out of the pharmaceuticals prescribed by the VA to treat his service-related physical and psychological injuries. Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on … Continue reading
It isn’t clear what use ISIS or the Pakistani Taliban would have for an 18-year-old American student with an estimated IQ of 51, is marginally verbal, and has little ability to perform routine tasks like tying his shoelaces. Peyton Pruitt, … Continue reading
In an unprecedented protest against the routine offenses against due process and bodily integrity carried out in the name of the “war on drugs,” the union representing Pittsburgh police officers has condemned workplace drug and alcohol testing as a violation … Continue reading
William Norman Grigg | The Free Thought Project After being profiled by Idaho’s Gem County Sheriff’s Office as potentially dangerous “constitutionalists” and assaulted by deputies in a guns-drawn, SWAT-style raid, Michael and Marcela Cruz have finally found peace and security … Continue reading
In Police State America, if you offend the police you can lose your job. Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. Click here to help support D.C. Clothesline!
They kill not because they want to, but because they think it’s right to in some cases; Have mercy on them and someday they may Have mercy on you — the Mercy Killers…. — Theme to the imaginary TV show … Continue reading
“They heard me get shot. They heard me scream for assistance. They were just two blocks away – but they were fifteen minutes from the end of their shift, and they went back to the station instead of coming to my … Continue reading
“There is an attitude on our streets today that it is acceptable to resist arrest. That attitude is a direct result of a lack of respect for law enforcement.” “We’ve heard a lot in the last number of weeks … Continue reading
Every day, somewhere in this supposedly free county, some version of this script is played out: A police officer spies an individual committing a harmless but “illegal” act, aggressively pursues the subject, inflicts physical violence on the victim, then escalates … Continue reading
The raiders arrived at dawn. Contract cowboys backed by BLM rangers and other heavily armed law enforcement personnel fanned out across the desolate but alluring Nevada countryside to confiscate livestock owned by a family who – under a controversial claim … Continue reading
We took away their country and their means of support, broke up their mode of living, their habits of life, introduced disease and decay among them, and it was for this and against this they made war. Could anyone expect … Continue reading