Breaking: footage of George Floyd resisting arrest & dropping drugs

June 3rd 2020 CNN, MSNBC and many other mainstream media outlets have been reporting on the George Floyd case. A 46-year old unarmed black man who was killed by a white officer police Dereck Chauvin who obviously used unjustifed excessive force by placing his entire body weight on Floyd’s neck while restraining him. Floyd used … Continue reading Breaking: footage of George Floyd resisting arrest & dropping drugs

Atlanta “ends” Cash Bail requirements

(Activists celebrate the passing of a new law that exempts bail requirements on certain misdemeanor offenses.)   On Tuesday, February 6th, 2017, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, signed an ordinance Tuesday that eliminates the Municipal Court’s cash bond requirement for certain low-level offenders who otherwise would be forced to sit in jail due to being … Continue reading Atlanta “ends” Cash Bail requirements

Cannabidiol Discussed in International Drug Scheduling Convention on Psychotropic Substances

To:  ecddsecretariat@who.int The Secretariat of the World Health Organization From: Naliniglobal@yahoo.com Nalini-Global, Founder, Randell Stroud- International Human Rights Organization RE: International Drug Scheduling Convention on Psychotropic Substances The United States , as well as the international community, will be participating in a global study to potentially reschedule a host of illegal and/or regulated substances including Ketamine, … Continue reading Cannabidiol Discussed in International Drug Scheduling Convention on Psychotropic Substances

Kentucky Police Department tests the 4th Amendment

To: Paducah Police Chief, Brandon Barnhill-  bbarnhill@paducahky.gov From: Nalini-Global- Naliniglobal@yahoo.com  The Paducah Police Department of Kentucky has recently launched a new initiative known as the, "Lock it or Lose it" campaign. Officers will now be encouraged to conduct sweeps around the city to check vehicles parked on public property, to see if they are properly … Continue reading Kentucky Police Department tests the 4th Amendment