Lawsuit claims U.S. citizens detained, asked about religion
Taking pictures = possible terrorist threat. Here we have an FBI agent bothering a photographer at his home with questions on his motivations for taking pictures.
“So you can tell me honestly that you have nothing against the United States?”
“I’ve got a lot of stuff against the United States. Are you trying to tell me you don’t?”
A judge responded to an assault victim by demanding sex in exchange for ‘legal favors.’ She filed a complaint, and he sent cops to plant meth in her car.June 11, 2013 | With a plot out of a Hollywood movie or a gripping Lifetime TV show, a mesmerizing drama of sex, power, frame-ups, planted drugs, and lies unfolded in real life in Georgia when two Murray County sheriff’s deputies recently pleaded guilty in federal court for their part in a scheme to send an innocent woman to prison. Now both deputies await sentencing on charges of obstruction of justice and perjury stemming from an FBI civil rights investigation into the odd goings-on Down South.