Date: February 02, 2019
“We investigate the technology and morality behind predictive policing technologies.
Predictive-policing technology is spreading across the country, and Los Angeles is the epicenter. A small group of L.A. activists are in a lopsided campaign against billions of dollars in city, federal, and Silicon Valley money implementing software that predicts where and when the next crime is going to occur, and who are the likeliest perpetrators. Barry embeds with the Stop LAPD Spying coalition for a week in Skid Row, investigates how state-of-the-art predictive-policing programs work, and talks to sociologists and philosophers about how big data is changing the relationship between police and the communities they serve. We then turn to the justice of using statistical predictions for the purposes of profiling, prediction, and police intervention. This is Part 1 of 2 on the use of statistical algorithms in criminal justice. Guest voices include LAPD police commissioners, Hamid Khan, Jamie Garcia, Sarah Brayne, Flora Salim, and Renee Bollinger.
In Slate Plus: Barry talks to Sarah Brayne about the possibility of using surveillance technology to monitor police officers themselves.”
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Date: February 02, 2019
“A Fargo family wants to change North Dakota juvenile justice law after a minor recently sentenced for sexually assaulting their daughter faced what they say was inadequate punishment for the offense.
Legislation has been introduced to overhaul the state’s laws regarding sexual assault and juvenile justice, and Rosa and Ryan Strubbe of Fargo are its most prominent backers.
The Strubbes, who talked to WDAY-TV in an on-camera interview, say their 4-year-old daughter was raped three times by a 13-year-old boy when they left her in the care of family friends for five hours in September 2018.
Their daughter’s attacker was charged and sentenced, but the family says they feel let down by the state’s criminal justice system.
While juvenile court cases are not public, the 13-year-old boy was charged with rape, according to the Strubbes. He was recently sentenced to a year of supervised probation and therapy, they said.
But the family isn’t satisfied with the sentence.
North Dakota House Bill 1520 would mandate delinquent juvenile offenders found guilty of gross sexual imposition to be placed at a juvenile detention facility for 21 days to undergo psycho-sexual evaluation that would be reviewed by a court. It also would mandate risk assessments of minors accused of sexual misconduct.
But detractors say the proposed reforms would undermine due process and privacy for juveniles accused of crimes.”
You know…I just wonder…What…oh, what…whatever could have possibly served as an intervention, to stop this four year old from having been raped?…
…I cannot possibly recall…if I have ever had any constructive idea, a thousand times over or more…as to what a sexually aroused boy could do…where he could go…who he could approach…how he could deal with what he was experiencing, in a safe way…
…I’m just certain, I couldn’t answer any of those questions…
Date: February 01, 2019
“Exposed “Antifa Leader” Charged With Multiple FELONIES. Joseph Alcoff who was exposed by the Daily Caller was recently arrested and charged with multiple felonies, including ethnic intimidation, after police and the victims pointed to his photo in connection with the Antifa attack on innocent people in November.
The “Antifa Leader” has plead not guilty and was released on bail.
The incident in question involved an innocent jewish man being attacked by Antifa and far left protesters as well as two marines being attacked just outside of a rally where people claimed Proud Boys were attending. Alcoff is also allegedly associated with Smash Racism DC, the group that protest in front of Tucker Carlson’s home recently.”
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Date: January 30, 2019
“In this episode of the Making Sense podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Stephen Fry about comedy, atheism, political correctness, meditation, ambition, empathy, psychedelics, Christopher Hitchens, Stephen’s experience of manic depression, and much else.
Stephen Fry is a comedian, actor, writer, presenter, voiceover artist and activist. Some of Stephen’s most well-known acting work includes A Bit of Fry and Laurie, Jeeves and Wooster, Blackadder, Kingdom, QI, and V for Vendetta. He has also written and presented several documentary series, including the Emmy Award–winning Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive. Stephen has contributed columns and articles for newspapers and magazines and written four novels and three volumes of autobiography. He also appears frequently on British radio.
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Date: January 29, 2019
01) Pharmakon: The Four Pillars of Pedophobia
02) Filip30: pro-‘pedophilic’ article in school newspaper 1987
03) Filip30: Genes and the sexual interest of ‘children’
04) Roamajous: The Imitation Game, revisited
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Date: January 29, 2019
“One thing all humans have in common is that at a certain point in our childhood, we go through puberty: we get bigger, our bodies change, we often get a little rambunctious and moody, and we mature sexually.
But imagine if those changes occurred not when you were 11 or 13 or 15 years old, but when you were a toddler. That was the experience of Patrick Burleigh, who has a rare genetic mutation that triggers testosterone production far younger than normal.
Doctors call it precocious puberty.
“It’s extremely rare — it’s estimated that there might be like fewer than 1,000 of us,” says Burleigh, who wrote about his experience in New York magazine. “And basically it’s a mutation of the luteinizing hormone chorionic gonadotropin receptor gene, which is responsible for triggering testosterone production in the testicles.”
Burleigh tells Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson his family was anticipating his symptoms of early puberty because his father, grandfather and great-grandfather all went through it, too. One of the first was pubic hair when Burleigh was just 2 years old.
“I was bigger — considerably bigger — than a 2-year-old, and also [had] impulsive behavior that’s characteristic of someone going through puberty,” he says. “Like just, you know, an inability to control my impulses, aggressive outbursts, hitting other kids, tantrums that were kind of truly epic — just behavior that was extreme.”
Unfortunately…since this just aired a little while ago, the audio is not available for listening to at the time of this posting…It may not be, for a few days…Plus, it’s a two part interview…so…the second half will play, whenever the next episode airs…maybe tomorrow?…
I’ll try to remember to follow up, with a post on the second half.