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At this writing, in mid-May, 2021, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted by a jury of second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd during Floyd’s arrest. Chauvin hasn’t been sentenced yet. The first charge carries a maximum of forty years in prison. Chauvin was one of... Read More
The Republican Party's embrace of "criminal justice reform" has brought chaos and danger to a number of deep red states, including Utah, a new investigative report has found. Senator Mike Lee, who represents Utahns, is a leading GOP proponent of emptying America's prisons. A number of parole officers blew the whistle on the problems with... Read More
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So what was preordained has finally taken place. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has now been convicted of the murder of George Floyd. While many, possibly even most, Americans would agree that Chauvin exceeded what was necessary in his use of force, the prosecution never proved that he intended to either kill or severely... Read More
Many Americans saw former policeman Derek Chauvin’s conviction on all counts last week as affirming the principle that no one is above the law. Many others were concerned that the jury was scared that anything less than a full conviction would result in riots, and even violence against themselves and their families. Was the jury’s... Read More
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[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] It’s St. George's Day, April 23. This has actually been St. George's week; not the chap who slew the dragon, but St. George Floyd of Minneapolis, who was slain himself last year by something much more fearsome than any dragon—by systemic racism! So the... Read More
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Officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts for the “murder” of the beatified George Floyd. The jury, consisting of only two white men among twelve, found him guilty within a matter of hours. It was a quick decision that sent a clear message to America: black lives matter more than yours. Despite being... Read More
Paul Craig Roberts Interviewed on USA Watchdog by Greg Hunter If you want the facts, you can find them here:
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The jury has found Derek Chauvin guilty on all three counts. It took fewer than 24 hours to reach a unanimous decision. I have argued all along that an acquittal was impossible, no matter what the evidence showed. No jury, anywhere in the United States, could have found Mr. Chauvin innocent after nearly a year... Read More
Outside the Hennepin County Courthouse on Tuesday morning, a crowd chanted, “If George don’t get it, SHUT IT DOWN! If George don’t get it, SHUT IT DOWN!” while the jurors deliberated inside. Although 14 jurors heard the case, Judge Peter Cahill excused the two alternates after closing arguments on Monday, and Jurors #96 and #118... Read More
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Court began with discussions outside the presence of the jury. Derek Chauvin’s lawyer, Eric Nelson, objecting to the prosecution’s plan to call another use-of-force expert. He said it would only be repetition of what other witnesses have said. Earlier, Judge Peter Cahill cautioned prosecutors about “cumulative” witnesses, and said he would not let them bring... Read More
Evidence is coming out in the courtroom, although not in the US media, that Officer Chauvin’s arrest was based entirely on “camera perspective bias,” as I previously reported. As the police videos demonstrate, Chauvin’s knee was on Floyd’s shoulder blade and not on his neck. My opinion is that evidence will play no role in... Read More
The American Establishment is determined that Chauvin will not get a fair trial. Chauvin is the Establishment’s showpiece of white racism. The point that is being made is that the KKK is alive and well, only instead of a noose it is knee-on-neck. An unthinking and unaware Chauvin gave them the video that they needed.... Read More
The impending ritual sacrifice of Police Officer Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis, and the Regime Media’s increasingly absurd determination to sustain the January 6 Capitol “Insurrection” Hoax Narrative, were both presaged by the reaction to the 2017 Charlottesville VA Unite The Right Rally, of which I was the permit holder. Unfortunately, we had no U.S. Senators... Read More
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While America faces a historic crime wave, the Department of Justice is maintaining a furious campaign of persecution against January 6 protesters. It’s impossible to see this as other than politically-driven, given its total indifference to political violence from the Left. National law enforcement now operates like a political police, more interested in protecting Regime... Read More
An attorney who is monitoring the trial of officer Chauvin has concluded that Minnesota officials arranged in advance Chauvin’s conviction. The attorney is not a member of Chauvin’s defense team. He is monitoring the trial because of his long-standing interest in the systematic destruction in America of a fair trial. The details follow: Minneapolis paid... Read More
he United States now has attributes of the 20th century totalitarian regimes that it opposed. The New York governor is implementing the hated Soviet internal passport that prevents freedom of movement, and the illegitimate Biden regime is working with private firms to create a nationwide internal passport. American elections mean no more than Soviet ones.... Read More
A New Jersey lawsuit that seeks to hold Antifa accountable for organizing campaigns of terror and harassment against individuals is picking up steam. In D'ambly v. Exoo, originally filed in September 2020, plaintiff Daniel D'Ambly is suing Christian Exoo (known on Twitter as "Antifash Gordon") for leading campaigns of violence and harassment to compel his... Read More
Another respected veteran, now labeled a domestic terrorist, has been caught in the FBI's "1/6" dragnet -- the largest criminal investigation in the history of the Justice Department. Jeffrey McKellop, a former Green Beret, gave 22 years of his life up to serve his country. His government is thanking him by threatening to take 20... Read More
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[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] Earlier (May 30, 2020): Even Right Abandoning Accused Minneapolis Cop—But They Shouldn't Jury selection began this week for the conviction…Oops, sorry: I mean the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin on charges that he murdered the Holy Blessed Martyr George Floyd in Minneapolis... Read More
Federal prosecutors are charging a key informant in the case against a group of Michigan militia members who the FBI claims were plotting to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer last fall. Stephen J. Robeson, a 58-year-old man from Wisconsin, was indicted on March 3rd by a grand jury for being a felon in possession of a... Read More
The People's Square will be live tonight at 9 PM Eastern Time. We will be interviewing attorney Augustus Invictus, who has faced unfair prosecution for his beliefs. Catch it live here. Find the mp3 uploaded later here.
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The other day a friend and I were partaking of the mortal remains of quite a number of defenseless grapes, and the subject of law enforce arose. Having spent a number of years as a police reporter, I began thinking of curious and often erroneous ideas that people have of what we regard as a... Read More
The FBI's arrest of social media influencer Douglass Mackey, aka "Ricky Vaughn," over satirical memes he posted on the internet in 2016 has provoked indignation from the public. The case is a dramatic new escalation in the war on the First Amendment. According to a complaint filed last week by FBI Special Agent Maegan Rees... Read More
When Uncle Sam threatens some blighted and benighted region of the world—ostensibly on behalf of the American People and for their own good—our representatives call it peace through strength. It is then that ordinary Americans are encouraged to pipe up in praise of the State’s invariably Orwellian peace-through-strength strategies. Peace through strength on our front... Read More
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By 8 January 2021, Mitch McConnell had determined he would not permit the Senate to try Trump until 19 January 2021 or later. He ruled that the Senate could not convene for special session unless all 100 Senators formally agreed; he maintained that ruling consistently, through 19 January 2021. By 10 January 2021, House majority... Read More
[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] See, earlier, May 30, 2020: Even Right Abandoning Accused Minneapolis Cop—But They Shouldn't The incoming new administration will, with high probability, face three major crises in the next year or so. China will probably invade Taiwan. The stock market bubble will burst and the... Read More
The initial charges against those few who entered the Capitol during the Trump rally were “entering a restricted building without permission and engaging in disorderly conduct while inside.” This charge does not carry sufficient punishment for the kind of example the Establishment intends to make of Trump supporters. Michael Sherwin, the acting U.S. attorney for... Read More
Yet more evidence, if more were needed, that we live in an increasingly lawless society showed up in New York City news outlets last week. Here's the story. December 24th last year … sorry: 2019, December 14th 2019, in the Bronx, sixty-year-old Juan Fresnada was out walking with a friend when a group of teenagers... Read More
White parents whose children are discriminated against by affirmative action and kept out of prestige universities resorted to a scheme run by sports coach Rick Singer that allegedly boosted their chances of gaining admission to prestige institutions. It cost the parents a lot of money and is now costing them prison time. Harvey Silverglate, a... Read More
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…Or Vaccinating America’s Political Virus.
In one ruling, a bombshell. Issued in the late evening this past Friday by Pennsylvania Commonwealth judge, Patricia McCollough, her bold- and absolutely correct- ruling is about to make Nov 27, 2020 the day that the highly questionable 2020 election blew to pieces. To make matters worse for the Dems, the same day, just down... Read More
Attorney General Dana Nessel, the Michigan State Police and FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force yesterday announced charges against two alleged members of a "white supremacist" Michigan militia, Justen Watkins and Alfred Gorman, for the crimes of Unlawful Posting a Message, Gang Membership and Using a Computer to Commit a Felony. According to the affidavit, the... Read More
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Richard Nixon was wrong when he assumed that every member of the Chicago 7 was Jewish, but he was close enough. The 1969 trial of seven leftwing activists for inciting a riot at August 1968’s Democratic National Convention was an intensely Jewish moment in American history. Of the seven activists on trial, three were Jews... Read More
When litigator Roberta Kaplan speaks to the Jewish community about her ongoing work in the Sines v. Kessler lawsuit, it is always sold as a selfless crusade to shut down the "Nazis" that marched in Charlottesville when the First Amendment failed to. What Kaplan fails to mention is how much her small law firm, Kaplan,... Read More
By nominating Federal Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, Donald Trump kept his word, and more than that. Should she be confirmed, he will have made history. Even his enemies would have to concede that Trump triumphed where his Republican predecessors -- even Ronald Reagan, who filled three court vacancies -- fell short.... Read More
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Trump didn’t flinch. He chose the good-looking Amy Barrett to replace the departed witch in the Supreme Court. What a difference! A devout Catholic instead of an atheist Jew; a flourishing wife and mother of seven instead of a bossy harridan keen on same-sex marriages and abortions; summer instead of winter. He made this choice... Read More
Ambassador Murray is upfront: “I strongly expect the final decision was made in this case even before opening arguments were received.” Although the hearing is being conducted in a British court, the US government has controlled the hearing and has determined what evidence could be presented: “The plan of the US Government throughout has been... Read More
The illegal and unwarranted prosecution of Julian Assange by the US Government in a British court, if court it is and not a Star Chamber, is in fact the prosecution of the First Amendment. It will prevent journalists in the future from informing the public of criminal activity by government. This is already the case... Read More
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Julian Assange is not on trial simply for his liberty and his life. He is fighting for the right of every journalist to do hard-hitting investigative journalism without fear of arrest and extradition to the United States. Assange faces 175 years in a US super-max prison on the basis of claims by Donald Trump’s administration... Read More
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday at age 87. NPR reported that her dying wish was that she not be replaced “until a new president is installed.” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will not grant that wish. “President Trump’s nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate,” he said.... Read More
Nebraska bar owner and white Trump supporter Jake Gardner committed suicide today after a Grand Jury indicted him for manslaughter, use of a firearm in commission of a felony, terroristic threats, and numerous of other felonies in relation to the shooting of James Scurlock. The shooting occurred on May 30th during a Black Lives Matter... Read More
He is being punished not for stealing fire – but for exposing power under the light of truth and provoking the god of...
This is the tale of an Ancient Greek tragedy reenacted in AngloAmerica. Amid thundering silence and nearly universal indifference, chained, immobile, invisible, a squalid Prometheus was transferred from the gallows for a show trial in a faux Gothic court built on the site of a medieval prison. Kratos, impersonating Strength, and Bia, impersonating Violence, had... Read More
A Dumbshit Judge in Detroit Has Ruled That Police Are Not Permitted to Control Black Rioting In fact, the dumbshit judge has no such authority, but the revolution has proceeded beyond the bounds of law. Obviously, the revolution under way against “white America” has support not only from Democrat mayors, city councils, governors, Speaker of... Read More
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Court hearings in Britain over the US administration’s extradition case against Julian Assange begin in earnest next week. The decade-long saga that brought us to this point should appall anyone who cares about our increasingly fragile freedoms. A journalist and publisher has been deprived of his liberty for 10 years. According to UN experts, he... Read More
Earlier, by John Derbyshire: From Wisconsin To Washington D.C.—"Our Culture And Way Of Life" Under Attack As President Trump tours riot damage in Wisconsin [Amid tensions in Kenosha, Trump tours damaged businesses, meets with law enforcement, by Jordyn Phelps, ABC News, September 1, 2020], patriots are coming to a grim realization: In the U.S. today,... Read More
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia has ruled that the 1968 Anti-Riot Act is partially unconstitutional, yet upheld the convictions of nationalist appellants Michael Miselis and Benjamin Daley. Miselis and Daley pled guilty to "conspiracy to riot" charges in 2019 after engaging in self-defense against "antifa" attackers at the Unite the Right rally... Read More
Those who are working overtime to delegitimize white Americans have coined a term that they use as a weapon—“white privilege.” The propaganda is that being white is a racial privilege that elevates white Americans above other Americans and enables white people to oppress blacks. It doesn’t strike those who use the term as a weapon... Read More
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Last week marked the third anniversary of the ambushing of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville VA. The organizers of that rally—a lawful, peaceful demonstration for which the organizers had obtained a permit—were attacked by the anarchist mob, who had no intention of being lawful or peaceful and no permit. The city police, under... Read More
On August 13, 2017, Jason Kessler, above, attempted to hold a press conference on the subject of the rally. He was physically attacked at that conference, and local authorities neither defended him, nor punished the attackers. “The Unite The Right rally was such a disaster because both organizers and attendees failed to anticipate that state... Read More
Tonight at 9 PM ET we will be interviewing Thomas Rousseau of Patriot Front about his experience being arrested in Weatherford, Texas. Youtube livestream can be found here. An mp3 will be uploaded later on, here. https://national-justice.com/thomas-rousseau-patriot-front-arrested-posting-stickers-protesting-drug-abuse
Patriot Front's Thomas Rousseau was arrested last weekend in Weatherford, Texas for Criminal Mischief Under $100. According to the arrest report filed by Parker County Sheriff's Department Deputy B. Wilson, Rousseau and two others placed stickers on street signs urging young people to reject drugs. North Texas is known for its opioid and heroin problems.... Read More
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