UK government has plans to privatize police

The West Midlands and Surrey police departments, among others, are facing budget cuts, so the UK government is planning on privatizing parts of the police force to private contractors. Several UK cities, such as Lincolnshire, have already opted for privatization, while the West Midlands and Surrey have opened up bidding to do the same. As […]

Press Release: Suit for Conspiracy to Deny Citizens Access to an Impartial Court and Jury Trial.

This Press Release is a public service to alert all citizens of the on going corrosion to the rule of law under the U.S. constitutional system of justice by a coup d’etat of an oligarch in Washington, D.C., that heretofore has been unaccountable which is one of the, if not, the leading cause of the […]

Denial of Access to Impartial Courts

“Supreme Court refuses to consider ‘torture flights’ case, ending legal battle” Some sixteen years ago I argued and won before the U.S.Supreme Court, Martinez v. Lamagno and DEA, 515 U.S. 417 (1995) (suit against DOJ’s declaring a DEA employee within the scope of employment while driving negligently while drunk and having sex in Barranquilla, Colombia). […]

A Conversation with Howard Zinn

A classic interview with Dr. Howard Zinn from the archives of Your World News Media: Howard Zinn was many things such as an educator and civil rights champion—-among so many other positive things. However, at the top of the list, Howard Zinn was a true Human Rights Champion and Advocate. His book, “A People’s […]

Truth Telling and the End of Democracy

by Michael I. Niman, Perhaps the biggest revelation to come out of the Wikileaks story doesn’t emanate from leaked documents themselves but from the Obama administration’s reaction to the leaks—a reaction that bares a disdain for democracy and a free press naked for the world to see. The “leaked cables” have become a sidebar to […]


Regarding the OPED in today’s New York Times, posted at, in note that “[c]rime is contagious.  If Government becomes a lawbreaker, it breeds contempt for law; it invites every man to become a law unto himself; it invites anarchy.” Olmstad v. United States, 277 U.S. 438 (1928). In this context,  advise that on March […]