01) Alabama Town Revolts After Cops Set Up Asset Forefeiture Scam
“The town hired officers and worked with a judge to maintain the program. Those that were hired were often dressed in camouflage that was tucked into dark assault boots. One alleged victim was Trey Crozier, who lost $1,750 to the Castleberry Police Department.
The 550-person town was so furious about the program Mayor J.B. Jackson, who came up with the idea to stop and confiscate vehicles, was booted from office. A municipal court judge and prosecutor were also ousted. Police chief Tracy Hawsey was forced to resign in February.
Lead attorney Richard Nix thinks more than 100 people were probably impacted by the city’s program. All of the belongings and alleged drugs that were seized by police haven’t been located in the investigation. The totality of cash taken estimates $5,500. He claimed that the chief didn’t follow minimal procedural requirements to perform an asset forfeiture.
01) Why Jonathan Haidt Sees a Big Shift in University Politics for 2018
” Jonathan David Haidt (born October 19, 1963) is an American social psychologist and Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University’s Stern School of Business. His academic specialization is the psychology of morality and the moral emotions. Haidt is the author of two books: The Happiness Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom (2006) and The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion (2012).
You have to have an account with Pottermore, in order to engage in these types of “surveys”…But, I enjoy this sort of stuff…So, I went ahead and opened up an account.
I promise not to make a habit of this…but, I wanted to do this one in particular…Open up your own account, if you like. Normally, I will stick with the surveys immediately open to everyone, without additional requirements.