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Why You Don’t Want to Talk to the Police (video)

According to this prominent attorney and legal scholar, whether you are innocent or guilty, here is why you absolutely, positively never ever want to talk to the police: “Regent Law Professor James Duane gives viewers startling reasons why they should always exercise their 5th Amendment rights when questioned by government …

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Brianna Nicole Stanley – Let the Punishment Fit the Crime

Brianna Nicole Stanley was arrested November 30, 2018 by the Scotland County Sheriff’s Department for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a 12-year-old student at Carver Middle School in Laurinburg, North Carolina. This was Stanley’s first year of teaching with the school district where she taught seventh grade science. The …

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Who’s Spying on You?

We’re all familiar with Cell Phone Towers, they’re virtually everywhere, but did you know that most towers have little to do with providing legitimate cell communications? That’s right, these towers use illegal ‘Stingray’ and other technologies like IMSI Catcher, HailStorm, DRT Box and PRISM to track, collect and record all …

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Privacy, Surveillance, Spying (video)

Many, including us, believe Edward Snowden to be a true American Hero. Others think Ed is a traitor who should be executed, or at the very least imprisoned for life. How are Americans to remain a free people and govern ourselves responsibly if ‘We the People’ are uninformed, especially regarding …

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Time to Fire Scotland County Sheriff Ralph Kersey

The election between incumbent Scotland County Sheriff Ralph Kersey and challenger John Martin is upon us. Kersey began his reign four years ago with good intentions and plenty of forward momentum. His predecessor Shep Jones had left a complete disaster in his wake and much work needed to be done. …

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We Support Our Police

Laurinburg Police recently arrested several subjects following a month’s long investigation into a Vance Street convenience store suspected of selling synthetic marijuana, known as Spice. Dealing in, selling or promoting illegal substances is never wise. Doing so from a convenience store appears just plain stupid. Any perceived value will now …

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