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Monday, April 27, 2015

Journalist: Wisconsin Law Abuses Innocents

A chilling Wisconsin law allows prosecutors to charge into private homes and seize property — and nobody is allowed to say a word about it, says David French, a writer for The National Review.

"It's called a 'John Doe' law, and this is something that's unique to Wisconsin," French said Friday on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

"It essentially allows a prosecutor with permission of a court to launch an investigation that's secret on his end, which is normal.

"But they can require the targets of the investigation, the people who are being investigated, ordinary citizens, to maintain absolute silence about the existence of this investigation."



lmclain said...

An INNOCENT person learns he's being investigated and can GO TO JAIL (!!?) to complaining about it??
EVERY DAY, the "if you aren't doing anything wrong, don't worry" head-in the-sand boot licking fascist apologists look more stupid. More brainless. More unaware of what's going on right in front of them.
It's called "willfully ignorant".
It NEVER saved a single life or expanded anyone's freedoms or rights. What it HAS done, in man, many countries, is allow people like Hitler, Moa, Mussolini, Pol Pot, etc., to rise to power and kill millions.
I'm buying more ammo.
YOU keep cheering (and good luck with that).

Anonymous said...

The Federal Govt has been doing this for YEARS...