Personal pages – A Dakota Candles http://adakotacandles.com/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 06:32:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://adakotacandles.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/cropped-icon-32x32.png Personal pages – A Dakota Candles http://adakotacandles.com/ 32 32 Mar-a-Lago docs: Appeals court doubts Trump’s case for chief special review https://adakotacandles.com/mar-a-lago-docs-appeals-court-doubts-trumps-case-for-chief-special-review/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 21:10:00 +0000 https://adakotacandles.com/mar-a-lago-docs-appeals-court-doubts-trumps-case-for-chief-special-review/ Atlanta CNN — A panel of federal appeals court judges — all appointed by Republican presidents — doubted on Tuesday former President Donald Trump’s arguments as to why the FBI’s search at Mar-a-Lago required a special master to examine the documents seized. During 40 minutes of oral argument before the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of […]]]>


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A panel of federal appeals court judges — all appointed by Republican presidents — doubted on Tuesday former President Donald Trump’s arguments as to why the FBI’s search at Mar-a-Lago required a special master to examine the documents seized.

During 40 minutes of oral argument before the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the three-judge panel posed several skeptical questions to the Trump team, suggesting they were not convinced that Trump had demonstrated that judicial intervention “extraordinary” in the investigation was necessary. .

A Florida-based judge’s decision to appoint a third party to help decide which of the roughly 22,000 pages of documents obtained in the search belong to investigators had thrown a major wrench in the Justice Department’s criminal investigation into finding out whether Trump’s White House records have been mishandled.

“Other than it implicating a former president, everything else about it … is indistinguishable,” Justice William Pryor, the appeals court’s chief justice, told Trump’s lawyer, James Trusty, during pleadings.

“We have to be concerned about the precedent we would set that would allow any offense target of a federal criminal investigation to go to a district court and have a district court hear this type of motion, exercises equitable jurisdiction (which allows a court to intervene) and interfere with the executive branch’s ongoing investigation,” Pryor said.

Trump’s argument that the DOJ’s work could violate his constitutional rights is the basis of why a trial judge suspended parts of the Justice Department’s investigation and appointed a “special master third party to sort through thousands of documents that have been seized to determine which ones should be off limits to investigators.

On the panel, Pryor, a George W. Bush appointee, was the most direct in saying he disagreed with Trump’s reasoning. Two other judges on the panel, Britt Grant and Andrew Basher, both Trump appointees, had previously hinted in a decision related to the case that they believed the trial judge had overstepped his bounds.

Trusty argued in court on Tuesday that the search and seizure could have violated the former president’s rights, saying the FBI took golf shirts and photos of Celine Dion from the beach house and resort as well. only documents marked as classified.

The judges pushed back against his characterizations.

“The problem is, you know, the search warrant was for classified documents, boxes, and other things that are mixed in with it. I don’t think it’s necessarily the government’s fault that someone intermingled classified documents and all sorts of other personal property,” Pryor told Trusty during arguments.

In a separate exchange, Grant interrupted Trusty when he called August’s search at Mar-a-Lago a “raid.”

“Do you think a raid is the right term for the execution of a warrant?” Grant asked.

Trusty then apologized for using the “loaded term”.

Prosecutors are investigating whether there has been obstruction of justice, criminal handling of government records and violations of the Espionage Act, which prohibits the unauthorized storage of national defense information.

The Justice Department has already obtained a debarment from the 11th Circuit allowing it to continue its investigation of the documents marked as classified.

Now the Justice Department is asking to dismiss the entire special principal review, which is being led by Raymond Dearie.

An appeals court ruling removing the special lead review of Mar-a-Lago documents would quicken the pace of the government documents probe, which is in some ways the simplest of the various investigations surrounding the former president. and candidate of 2024.

Special Counsel Jack Smith is now overseeing the Mar-a-Lago investigation and the investigation into Trump’s post-2020 election efforts to reverse his electoral defeat.

Hear Trump’s response to Garland’s special adviser appointment

Grant and Brasher were part of the panel that granted the DOJ’s request in September that it be allowed to resume its criminal investigation into the approximately 100 documents marked as classified that the FBI obtained during the search.

In the September decision signed by Grant and Brasher regarding the classified documents, the appeals court questioned the legal basis used by the lower court judge to appoint the special master.

Because the lower court found no “callous disregard” for Trump’s constitutional rights in the research, the 11th Circuit then wrote, that is “sufficient reason to find that the district court abused its power. discretion in exercising equitable jurisdiction here”.

The three judges who heard the appeal on Tuesday had questioned Trump’s team about the lack of evidence that his rights were violated during the search. Trusty argued that through the special master process, Trump’s attorneys may be able to show the search was unlawful.

“The ultimate objective of the search is to establish that it was an illegal seizure?” Pryor asked incredulously.

Grant, meanwhile, asked Trusty if he thought it was “rare” for the target of a search warrant to think a search warrant was “overdone.”

Pryor’s facial expressions throughout suggested exasperation with Team Trump’s arguments, as he repeatedly shook his head as Trusty tried to answer his questions.

When Trusty said it was ‘no secret’ that the Trump team intended to bring new arguments and motions to challenge the legality of the research as the special main review unfolded, Pryor stepped in. , “it is a secret for this file”, referring to the file that the court of appeal was responsible for examining.

He also tweaked the Trump team’s focus on Trump’s personal items — which they say included golf shirts, birthday cards and even a photo of Celine Dion — that were taken away by the police. research.

“The problem is, you know, the search warrant was for classified documents, boxes, and other things that are mixed in with it. I don’t think it’s necessarily the government’s fault that someone intermingled classified documents and all sorts of other personal property,” Pryor told Trusty.

The decision by US District Judge Aileen Cannon – who sits in federal court in Fort Pierce, Florida – to appoint a special master has drawn criticism from a wide range of legal experts.

When the 11th Circuit in September excluded documents marked as classified from review, the three-judge panel suggested that the entire appointment of a special master was based on a legally flawed premise. However, it will be a new panel – chosen at random – that will hear the DOJ’s appeal on Tuesday, creating the possibility that the former president will attract judges sympathetic to his claims.

Trump asked for the special master because he said there was a risk that documents by attorney-client privilege or executive privilege would be swept up in the search. In his arguments with the appeals court, however, he focuses on a theory that he had the ability to designate the bulk of White House documents as personal. Therefore, Trump argues, the Justice Department has no right to conduct a criminal investigation into how the documents were handled.

“President Trump has a clear interest in his own personal (and even presidential) records, and the District Court acted at his discretion in recognizing that a neutral party was necessary to facilitate the decision on the legal status of the documents,” he said. said his attorney in a writ with the appeals court.

The Justice Department told the 11th Circuit that Trump’s new theory was “baseless,” “totally irrelevant,” and an argument the appeals court shouldn’t even consider. Prosecutors argue that there was no justification for requiring the review and that the special lead process, by preventing investigators from using the documents in their investigation, is causing undue harm to the public interest in the investigation. prompt administration of criminal law.

Cannon appointed Dearie, a senior judge who sits in federal court in Brooklyn, to handle the third-party review. Dearie indicated he would like to act quickly and showed little patience for Trump’s team delaying tactics. However, Cannon has occasionally stepped in to tweak his plans, including delaying the exam’s end date until at least mid-December. At that point, Dearie will submit a report to Cannon with her recommendations for who should prevail in disputes between Trump and prosecutors over whether certain documents can be used in the investigation, but Cannon will have the final call.

The Justice Department has already returned to Trump a selection of documents that were either legal in nature or non-government records containing sensitive personal information, such as medical records. At stake now are the more than 2,800 documents obtained in the search that Trump is fighting to keep out of the hands of investigators.

This story has been updated with additional details.

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‘Positively dystopian’: Florida judge blocks DeSantis anti-awakening law for colleges https://adakotacandles.com/positively-dystopian-florida-judge-blocks-desantis-anti-awakening-law-for-colleges/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 20:52:12 +0000 https://adakotacandles.com/positively-dystopian-florida-judge-blocks-desantis-anti-awakening-law-for-colleges/ “‘It was a cold, bright day in April, and the clocks struck thirteen,’ and the powers in charge of Florida’s public university system said the state had absolute power to muzzle its professors in the name of the” freedom,” Walker wrote, citing George Orwell’s novel “1984.” Walker was appointed to the federal bench by former […]]]>

“‘It was a cold, bright day in April, and the clocks struck thirteen,’ and the powers in charge of Florida’s public university system said the state had absolute power to muzzle its professors in the name of the” freedom,” Walker wrote, citing George Orwell’s novel “1984.” Walker was appointed to the federal bench by former President Barack Obama.

Florida’s Republican-led Legislature has approved “anti-revival” legislation, FL HB 7 (22R), or the Individual Liberty Act, earlier this year. The law, directly inspired by DeSantis, expands Florida anti-discrimination laws to prohibit schools and companies from blaming or blaming students and employees based on race or gender, aims lessons on issues such that “white privilege” by creating new protections for students and workers, including that a person should not be instructed to “feel guilty, distressed or any other form of psychological distress” because of their race, color, sex or national origin.

In his ruling Thursday, Walker determined that these policies violate First Amendment free speech protections as well as 14th Amendment due process rights on college campuses.

“The law formally prohibits faculty from expressing adverse viewpoints in college classrooms while allowing the unfettered expression of opposing viewpoints,” Walker wrote. “Defendants argue that under this law, professors enjoy “academic freedom” so long as they express only state-sanctioned viewpoints. It’s positively dystopian.

Thursday’s court ruling stems from two separate challenges to the Stop-WOKE Act that were heard together as they both fought against the application of the law to higher education. Other legal challenges target K-12 schools and the workplace.

One of the trials was filed by the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression, an academic free speech group, on behalf of a professor, student, and group of students at the University of South Florida. He alleged that the legislation pushed by DeSantis violated their freedom of speech, as evidenced by how it could restrict lessons on critical topics such as Jackie Robinson, who broke the color barrier of professional baseball.

“Faculty members are hired to offer opinions from their academic expertise — not to toe the party line,” FIRE attorney Adam Steinbaugh said in a statement. “Florida’s argument that faculty members have no First Amendment rights would have jeopardized faculty members of all political persuasions.”

In the other lawsuit, the ACLU, ACLU of Florida, and the Legal Defense Fund sued the state for “anti-revival” legislation on behalf of students and educators. They claim it is a “discriminatory classroom censorship law that severely restricts” how race and gender can be taught and discussed in schools.

“This is a huge win for all who value academic freedom and recognize the value of inclusive education,” Emerson Sykes, senior attorney for the ACLU Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project, said in a statement. “The First Amendment broadly protects our right to share information and ideas, and that includes the right of educators and students to learn about, discuss, and debate systemic racism and sexism.”

The Board of Governors of the State University System, one of the main defendants in the case, declined to comment on the decision. Florida Department of Education officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

In a motion to dismiss the lawsuitstate attorneys argued that the legislation prohibits teachers and professors from endorsing the concepts set forth in the Anti-Revival Law, not “a descriptive and historical discussion of racism in the past.”

“If, for example, a professor teaches students that at some period in history the status of individuals as privileged or oppressed was necessarily determined by race, that instruction does not violate the law,” wrote state attorneys. “The professor was content to describe historical factual circumstances, without personally endorsing the idea that an individual’s status today is necessarily determined by race.”

The DeSantis administration is likely to appeal Walker’s decision, as state officials did with a separate lawsuit that halted enforcement of the anti-revival law. the law applies to workplace training on race.

Earlier this month, Florida university leaders granted initial approval to a new rule outlining exams for full professors members across the state, guidelines that require schools to survey college professors for any violations of the “Stop-WOKE” law, as well as unapproved absences, substantiated student complaints, and other measures.

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Trump tells Mar-a-Lago special master he needs to decide which White House documents he should keep https://adakotacandles.com/trump-tells-mar-a-lago-special-master-he-needs-to-decide-which-white-house-documents-he-should-keep/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 17:52:00 +0000 https://adakotacandles.com/trump-tells-mar-a-lago-special-master-he-needs-to-decide-which-white-house-documents-he-should-keep/ CNN — Former President Donald Trump has argued in a new public filing that a president can decide whether his White House records are personal records — and that he decided that any records he brought to Mar- a-Lago were in fact his personal property. . The argument is Trump’s latest legal attempt to suspend […]]]>



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Former President Donald Trump has argued in a new public filing that a president can decide whether his White House records are personal records — and that he decided that any records he brought to Mar- a-Lago were in fact his personal property. .

The argument is Trump’s latest legal attempt to suspend parts of the criminal investigation into sensitive records kept at his Florida compound and home after he left the White House.

The Justice Department responded by saying Trump’s legal theory of when he can consider his White House records personal is wrong.

“The plaintiff cannot designate documents that qualify as ‘presidential documents’ under the Presidential Documents Act … as his ‘personal’ documents simply by saying so,” the department said, adding that such a theory “would negate “the purpose of the law.

The claims came in dueling memoirs on ‘global issues’ that Trump and the DOJ filed last week under seal to lay out their general arguments about how special counsel Raymond Dearie, a senior judge in Brooklyn, should approach his review of documents seized by the FBI. Trump’s Florida home in August.

U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon — who appointed Dearie to conduct a third-party review of documents that should be withheld from investigators due to privilege issues — unsealed a redacted version of the briefs on Monday.

The Justice Department told the special master that prosecutors should be allowed to use nearly 2,800 documents in its criminal investigation while the remaining privilege disputes are resolved.

It would mean criminal investigators could gain access to most of the documents extracted from the former president’s Florida resort that are still in dispute, while privilege issues are resolved over a document Trump claims is covered by the solicitor-client privilege and more than 121 documents, he said. are protected by executive privilege, according to the new DOJ filing.

Trump sought to classify “several hundred” seized records as his personal records, the Justice Department said. While attacking its logic for doing so, the department also argued that while the records are personal, they should not be withheld from the federal criminal investigation into the alleged mishandling of Trump’s White House documents found at Mar-a-Lago.

The former president argued that if the federal government disagreed with how Trump designated the records as personal, it should sue him.

“Plaintiff was authorized — and did — to designate documents seized as personal documents while he was president,” Trump’s legal team wrote. “President Trump was still in office when the documents in question were packaged, transported and delivered to his residence in Palm Beach, Florida. Thus, when he made a nomination decision, he was President of the United States; his decision to retain certain records as personal is entitled to deference, and the records in question are therefore presumed to be personal.

The Master’s special examination of the disputed documents – which total approximately 22,000 pages – does not include review of Mar-a-Lago documents that have been marked as classified. These are reviewed by intelligence authorities and criminal prosecutors.

In addition to its rebuke of what Trump considers personal records, the department also countered Trump’s claims that if Dearie rejects Trump’s argument that a document is a personal record, then the former president could claim executive privilege on the document. “The Special Master should not engage in this type of play,” the department wrote.

The department also insisted again that Trump be required to state under oath whether the government accurately described what he took at Mar-a-Lago.

It would put the former president on the spot to back up public and out-of-court statements suggesting the FBI planted evidence in the search. Trump’s lawyers have resisted demands to authenticate the government’s description of what he seized from his compound.

In the new filing, the department pointed to Cannon’s previous decision to block the requirement for such a statement. She did so at the time based on the premise that Trump had not had a chance to review the seized documents, the DOJ noted.

“Now that the plaintiff has reviewed the documents seized and has asserted that the overwhelming majority of them are his personal records, considerations of fairness, integrity and impartiality compel the plaintiff to do what the government has fact – namely, verifying the inventory of property or correcting it if he thinks it is in error,” prosecutors said.

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Inside Kevin Durant’s party celebrating the NBA season kickoff https://adakotacandles.com/inside-kevin-durants-party-celebrating-the-nba-season-kickoff/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 21:33:00 +0000 https://adakotacandles.com/inside-kevin-durants-party-celebrating-the-nba-season-kickoff/ Kevin Durant and his business partner, Rich Kleiman, celebrated their Boardroom business as well as the Brooklyn Nets’ strong start to the 2022-23 NBA season with a star-studded private party. Serena Williams, Erin Foster, Polo G and Sloane Stephens were just some of the big names who attended Durant’s VIP party at the new Italian […]]]>

Kevin Durant and his business partner, Rich Kleiman, celebrated their Boardroom business as well as the Brooklyn Nets’ strong start to the 2022-23 NBA season with a star-studded private party.

Serena Williams, Erin Foster, Polo G and Sloane Stephens were just some of the big names who attended Durant’s VIP party at the new Italian restaurant Cucina Alba in Chelsea on Thursday night.

“People were dancing and drinking and enjoying small bites,” an insider told Page Six exclusively, adding that Durant, 34, was “happy and social” and had a “very chill and cool demeanor” throughout. the evening.

“The venue was packed and everyone showed off their steps to 90s jams played by DJs Samantha Ronson and Jus Ske,” the source shares.

Other notable guests at the party included Cam’ron, Tyran “Ty Ty” Smith, Noah Tepperberg, Richie Akiva, and David Grutman.

Partygoers enjoyed special cocktails called Boardroom State of Mind, NFTini and Whiskey Business. As for decadent dishes, attendees sampled eggplant parmigiana, crispy mushroom lasagna, espresso-braised short ribs, and toro-stuffed rigatoni.

We’re told KD appeared to be on top after leading the Nets to victory over the New York Knicks on Wednesday in a scorching 112-85 performance.

Off the field, however, things haven’t been easy for the Brooklyn team.

The Nets suspended Kyrie Irving earlier this month after he tweeted a movie containing anti-Semitic tropes and repeatedly refused to apologize for it.

“We were appalled today, when given the opportunity in a media briefing, that Kyrie refused to state unequivocally that he held no anti-Semitic beliefs or to acknowledge specific hateful elements in the movie,” the team said in a statement Nov. 3. It wasn’t the first time he had the opportunity – but failed – to clarify.

“Such a failure to disavow anti-Semitism when clearly given the opportunity is deeply troubling, goes against the values ​​of our organization and constitutes conduct detrimental to the team. Accordingly, we are of the opinion that he is currently unsuitable to be associated with the Brooklyn Nets.

Kevin Durant and Rich Kleiman
Durant and Kleiman are co-partners for Boardroom.
Jocko Graves / Meeting room

It wasn’t until after his suspension that Irving, 30, finally apologized, writing in part on Instagram, “I take full responsibility and accountability for my actions. … To all Jewish families and communities who are hurt and affected by my message, I am deeply sorry for causing you pain and I apologize.

Durant, for his part, defended Irving and shared that he thought his teammate’s suspension was an overreaction.

“It is an unfortunate situation for the people who are affected by this situation. It just sucks for everyone. Hopefully we can get past it,” he said. “It’s just the NBA way now. … Everyone has an opinion on this situation, and we hear it all the time.

“But once the balls start bouncing and we practice, none of that seeps into the gym. So that’s the cool thing about being in the league.

Samantha Ronson was the DJ.
Samantha Ronson was the DJ.
Jocko Graves / Meeting room

After facing backlash for his comments about Irving, Durant caught on Twitter clarify.

“I do not tolerate hate speech or anti-Semitism [sic], I still want to spread the love,” he wrote. “Our game unites people and I want to make sure it’s front and center.”

Page Six can confirm that Irving did not attend Durant’s sports night on Thursday.

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Reviews on Master Wang Soulmate Drawings https://adakotacandles.com/reviews-on-master-wang-soulmate-drawings/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 11:26:29 +0000 https://adakotacandles.com/reviews-on-master-wang-soulmate-drawings/ You’ve probably heard of Soulmate Sketch on social media. Let’s find out. This post features Master Wang’s soul mate sketches/drawings. Master Wang’s soul mate sketch/drawings Having a psychic mentor to represent your partner is all the rage right now. Many people on social media sites shared drawings of “soul mates” made by an anonymous medium. […]]]>

You’ve probably heard of Soulmate Sketch on social media. Let’s find out. This post features Master Wang’s soul mate sketches/drawings.

Master Wang’s soul mate sketch/drawings

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‘Kill them’: Arizona election officials face midterm threats https://adakotacandles.com/kill-them-arizona-election-officials-face-midterm-threats/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 11:04:00 +0000 https://adakotacandles.com/kill-them-arizona-election-officials-face-midterm-threats/ November 6 (Reuters) – Election workers in Arizona’s most fiercely contested county faced more than 100 violent threats and intimidating communications ahead of Tuesday’s midterms, most based on conspiracy theories campaign promoted by former President Donald Trump and his allies. Harassment in Maricopa County included threatening emails and social media posts, threats to release personal […]]]>

November 6 (Reuters) – Election workers in Arizona’s most fiercely contested county faced more than 100 violent threats and intimidating communications ahead of Tuesday’s midterms, most based on conspiracy theories campaign promoted by former President Donald Trump and his allies.

Harassment in Maricopa County included threatening emails and social media posts, threats to release personal information online and photograph employees arriving at work, according to nearly 1,600 pages of documents obtained by Reuters via a public records request for security records and correspondence related to threats and harassment against election workers.

Between July 11 and August 22, the county election office documented at least 140 threats and other hostile communications, records show. “You will all be executed,” said one. “Thread around their limbs and tied and dragged by a car,” wrote another.

The documents reveal the consequences of election conspiracy theories as voters nominated candidates in August to run for midterms. Numerous threats in Maricopa County, which helped propel President Joe Biden to victory over Trump in 2020, cited debunked allegations of fake ballots, rigged voting machines and corrupt election officials.

Other jurisdictions across the country have faced threats and harassment this year from supporters of the former president and prominent Republican figures who question the legitimacy of the 2020 election, according to interviews with election officials. Republicans and Democrats in 10 states.

The threats come at a time of growing concern over the risk of political violence, highlighted by the Oct. 28 attack on the husband of Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi by a man who embraced right-wing conspiracy theories. .

In Maricopa, a county of 4.5 million people that includes Phoenix, the harassment has baffled some election workers, according to previously unreported incidents documented in emails and interviews with county officials.

A number of temporary workers quit after being accosted outside the main counting center after the Aug. 2 primary, Stephen Richer, the county clerk who helps oversee the Maricopa election, said in an interview. A temporary employee broke down in tears after a stranger photographed her, according to an email from Richer to county officials. The unidentified worker left work early and never returned.

She was not a political person, she told Richer. She just wanted a job.

On August 3, unknown individuals in tactical gear calling themselves “First Amendment auditors” surrounded the Department of Elections building, pointing cameras at employees and their license plates. The people have promised to continue midterm monitoring, according to an Aug. 4 email from Maricopa Chief Electoral Officer Scott Jarrett to county officials.

“It sounds very much like predatory behavior and that we are being stalked,” Jarrett wrote.

ATTACKS PERSIST

Since the 2020 election, Reuters has documented more than 1,000 intimidating messages to election officials across the country, including more than 120 that could warrant prosecution, legal experts say.

Many officials said they had hoped the harassment would lessen over time after the 2020 results were confirmed. But the attacks have persisted, fueled in many cases by right-wing figures and media groups that continue without evidence. to portray election officials as complicit in a vast conspiracy by China, Democratic officials and voting material makers to deny Trump a second presidential term.

In April, local election officials in Arizona participated in a drill simulating violence at a polling station in which several people were killed, according to an April 26 email from Lisa Marra, president of the Election Officials of Arizona, which represents election administrators in the state’s 15 counties. The drill was meant to help officials prepare for Election Day violence and left participants “understandably unsettled,” the email to more than a dozen local election officers said.

In a statement, Marra said, “This is just another tool we can use to make elections safe for everyone.”

Maricopa officials have at times appeared overwhelmed by threatening messages on social media and right-wing message boards calling for workers to be executed or hanged. Some messages sought the home addresses of officials, including one that promised “night visits.” Employees were filmed arriving and leaving work, according to emails among county officials.

Two days after the August 2 primary election, the county’s information security officer emailed the FBI asking for help.

“I appreciate the limits of what the FBI can do, but I just want to point this out,” wrote Michael Moore, chief information security officer for the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office. “Our staff are intimidated and threatened,” he added. “We’re going to continue to find it harder and harder to get the job done when nobody wants to work for the election.”

An FBI special agent acknowledged the agency’s limitations, according to the emails. “As you said, we are limited in what we can do – we only investigate violations of federal law,” the FBI agent replied in an Aug. 4 email. Reporting the threats to local law enforcement is “the only thing I can suggest,” the agent wrote, “although at this stage it has not resulted in any action.”

The FBI declined to comment on the agent’s response to Moore. He also declined to confirm or deny the existence of ongoing investigations into the threats.

Moore did not respond to requests for comment, but Richer, his boss, said in a statement that he greatly appreciates the FBI’s partnership and vigilance. “This is an inherently emotional subject – communications of the vilest nature have repeatedly been sent to my team,” the statement read.

An anonymous sender using the ProtonMail email service sent “harassing emails” for nearly a year, Moore wrote in an Aug. 4 email to the FBI. A message warned Richer that he would be “hanged as a traitor”.

“I wish I had a black and white poster in my office of you hanging on a rope,” the sender wrote.

Harassment and threats affected the mental health of election workers, Jarrett wrote in his Aug. 4 memo. “If our permanent and temporary staff do not feel safe, we will not be able to (re) recruit and retain staff for the next election.”

In total, county officials referred at least 100 social media messages and posts to FBI and state counterterrorism officials. Reuters found no evidence in the correspondence that officials viewed any of the posts as violating the broad definition of constitutionally protected free speech and crossing territory with an actionable threat.

The US Department of Justice declined to comment on specific ongoing investigations, but said it has opened dozens of cases nationwide involving threats against election officials. Eight people face federal charges for uttering threats, including two that targeted Maricopa County officials.

DOJ spokesman Joshua Stueve said that while the “overwhelming majority” of complaints the agency receives “do not include a threat of unlawful violence”, he said the messages were “often hostile, harassing and abusive” towards election officials and their staff. “They deserve better,” Stueve said.

ONLINE INSPIRATION

Misinformation on right-wing websites and social media has fueled much of the hostility toward poll workers, according to internal messaging from Maricopa officials.

On July 31, the Gateway Pundit, a pro-Trump website with a history of publishing false stories, reported that a Maricopa County election official allowed a staff technician unauthorized access to a computer server room. , where he had deleted 2020 election data that was ready for audit. The website published the names and photos of the official and technician; readers responded with threats against both.

“Until we start hanging these wrongdoers, nothing will change,” one reader wrote in the Gateway Pundit’s comments section. Another death suggestion for the IT technician identified in the story: “hang this crook on (the) nearest tree so people can see what happens to traitors.”

The technology hadn’t removed anything, according to a Maricopa spokesperson. The county chief election officer had asked him to shut down the server for delivery to the Arizona State Senate in response to a subpoena. A review of server records confirmed that nothing had been deleted, the spokesman told Reuters, and all data from the 2020 election had been archived and retained months earlier.

Election workers singled out in Gateway Pundit articles “tend to be targeted” for threats and harassing messages, Moore, the county’s chief information security officer, said in an email from the November 18, 2021 to the FBI. These stories, he added, are often “grossly inaccurate”. A Reuters investigation published last December found that the Gateway Pundit was quoted in more than 100 threatening and hostile communications to 25 poll workers in the year following the 2020 election.

Other right-wing news outlets and commentators drew similar hostile comments in response to their allegations against Maricopa officials. In August, right-wing provocateur Charlie Kirk posted a comment in Telegram accusing Richer, the county recorder, and “his cronies” of making the Arizona election “a Third World circus.”

“When do we start hanging these people for treason? a reader commented. Another simply added: “Kill them.

The Gateway Pundit and Kirk did not respond to requests for comment.

After a security assessment by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in late 2021, Maricopa reinforced doors, added shatterproof film to windows and purchased more first aid kits, the documents show.

But the harassment continued.

“It goes beyond just on-site security. It’s a mental health issue,” Jarrett, the county’s chief electoral officer, wrote in an email to county officials two days after the primary.

“I greatly respect free speech and welcome public scrutiny,” Jarrett added. “However, allowing this predatory activity to occur is detrimental and threatens the viability of the Department of Elections.”

Reporting by Linda So, Peter Eisler and Jason Szep; Editing by Suzanne Goldenberg

Our standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

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The Bertka Files, Volume 3 Part 1: Lakers Big Men https://adakotacandles.com/the-bertka-files-volume-3-part-1-lakers-big-men/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 21:56:00 +0000 https://adakotacandles.com/the-bertka-files-volume-3-part-1-lakers-big-men/ —At 95, the team’s longest-serving employee and still equipped with one of basketball’s sharpest minds, Bill Bertka has agreed to honor the franchise’s 75th anniversary season by sharing stories about what he’s seen throughout Lakers history— On Sunday, October 30, 2022, the Lakers’ first-ever superstar, George Mikan, was forever immortalized in the team’s rafters in […]]]>

—At 95, the team’s longest-serving employee and still equipped with one of basketball’s sharpest minds, Bill Bertka has agreed to honor the franchise’s 75th anniversary season by sharing stories about what he’s seen throughout Lakers history—

On Sunday, October 30, 2022, the Lakers’ first-ever superstar, George Mikan, was forever immortalized in the team’s rafters in Los Angeles.

Mr. Basketball brought five world championships to the Lakers in their Minneapolis debut. George elevated the basketball and not just because he was 6’10”. He demanded that big men not only be seen on the court, but revered.

To honor George, Volume 3 of the Bertka Files is about the great men of the Lakers.

After looping Coach Bertka on the subject of Volume 3, he arrived at our meeting in his usual fashion, prepared with notes and photos from the past.

Then Coach threw something on the table at me – a typed story he had written in the late 2000s “for nothing in particular”. In this article, he analyzed the impact of the big men in basketball – most of them – that he had coached.

Here is what he wrote over 10 years ago, first published in the Bertka Files Volume 3:

I’ve been on the basketball court longer than some people live, and I’ve been blessed to play against, train against, and work with the best in the game. I’ve seen the sport evolve from decade to decade, and one of the most interesting trends I’ve noticed is post-game. In the late 1950s, you had two great men: Bob Kurland and George Mikan. That was it. This year, 39 seven-footers are in the NBA and 92 are 6-10 or better.

And yet, even though the players are bigger, they aren’t playing as “big” as they were in the 50s, 60s, and 70s. Basketball fans today bemoan the lack of true post back-to-basket players. , and it’s true – the big men in the game are now almost as athletic, agile and quick as their smaller counterparts. But here in Los Angeles, we might see a resurgence of the true back ’em down and bang ’em post player in Andrew Bynum. But more on him later.

First, the beginning.

I remember Mikan very well. When he was dominating the league with the Minneapolis Lakers in the 1950s, I played college basketball at Kent State University. I got to know George later in life when he was commissioner of the ABA, and I did a lot of scouting. George always came to games, always came into the locker room and said hello.

He graduated from DePaul University under the tutelage of Ray Meyer, who turned him into a first postman. His game was a classic right hook shot, which was unstoppable at the time. The only guy who could compete with him was Kurland from Oklahoma State, who later played with the Philip ’66 Oilers of the National Industrial Basketball League.

Of course, Bill Russell was the next real center, a dominant University of San Francisco player. I didn’t coach against him, but ironically, the same night his San Francisco team’s 60-game winning streak was snapped, I was a junior coach at Hancock College in Santa Maria, California, and we had a 41-game winning streak. .

I will always remember the clashes between Russell and Wilt Chamberlain. Russell used to play hide and seek with him. He would never have let Chamberlain know exactly where he was. He didn’t let him feel it, and when Chamberlain went up for a shot, he just blocked him out of nowhere.

When the Lakers acquired Wilt in 1968 (the year after he averaged 24 points, 24 rebounds and nine assists for Philly), we were all very excited. He was the only one to answer Russell. I found Wilt to be a very sensitive and caring guy. He always said, “Nobody loves me. Nobody likes Goliath. He felt he was doing so much but was still underestimated by the fans and by his team. So he went about it saying, “I’ll become the top rebounder” or “I’ll become the top scorer.” But the story was always the same: Wilt smashed every record and Russell won every championship.

Wilt and I had a lot of discussions, and he always told me, “the best team I played with was the Philadelphia 76ers from 1966 to 1967” (the year they won the championship), “but the most enjoyable year I ever had was in 1971-72 with the Lakers. He had come back from injury and really appreciated the way the fans had encouraged him to come back. And for the first time, he said he really felt like he was part of a team, where he didn’t have to score all the points, he just had to pull his oar. For the first time in his life, he felt loved.

As Wilt’s career drew to a close, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s began. There was a lot of rowdiness the first time they met at the Forum. Wilt was a proud guy and Kareem was an amazing talent back then so everyone was talking about them. By the end of the game, Wilt had 25 points, 25 rebounds and three blocked shots. Kareem had 23 points, 20 rebounds and two blocked shots. And Wilt’s team won, so of course the next day he said, “We’re winning. I surpassed him, but who are they talking about? Him.”

What I will always remember about Kareem is his focus and preparation for the game. Players had to be in the locker room by six o’clock on game night, and every game Kareem was invariably sitting in front of his locker reading something. He never spoke. No shenanigans, no jokes. Just placid. He was concentrating mentally. And if a writer or someone approached him, he would just look up and give them a look that would just wither their. Every night for about 20 years in the league, he was one of the most focused athletes I’ve seen.

These great men were some of the greatest players in history, but there were plenty of others who didn’t get much of the limelight. Wes Unseld was only 6’8″, but he was a brute. He could send the ball into midfield for quick breaks and anchored a champion Washington Bullets team. Moses Malone was another powerful rebounder, and was he missed his shot, watch out. No one chased his shot better than Moses. Arvydas Sabonis was another unstoppable big man. It’s a shame he didn’t go to the NBA before his leg injuries because I saw him play in Russia, and he was so imposing, but so skilful and cerebral.

Speaking of European centres, another guy who has a place in my heart is Vlade Divac. When we drafted Vlade, Jack Ramsay echoed a lot of criticism when he said, “Look, the Lakers drafted a guy who’s never going to be an NBA center.” A few years later, I met Jack and he said, “I can’t believe the work you’ve done with Divac. He’s a damn good player. »

Vlade had a language problem in his first year, and although he had an interpreter, he and I had a system. When I wanted him to do something offensively, we numbered him. If I wanted Vlade to hook, it was “one”. If I wanted him to make a counter move, it was “two”. If I wanted a shake and bake, it was “three”. So, during the match, I stood up on the sidelines and shouted: “One! Of them! Three!” depending on how they were playing. He was in my office a few weeks ago and we were laughing about it.

Even though many of today’s seven-footers play as guards, like Kevin Garnett and Dirk Nowitzki, there are still some real post players, like Yao Ming, Shaquille O’Neal and our youngster, Bynum.

Assistant General Manager Ronnie Lester and I first saw Andrew at the McDonald’s All-American Game in 2005. Ronnie said, “Look at the size of that guy!” He weighed 300 pounds and was over seven feet tall, but he was a bit heavy. When we heard he had declared for the draft, we checked him out and found that Andrew had lost weight. So, we practiced, and I noticed a solid base and good back-to-basket instincts. I also noticed that when you hit him, he had a certain aggressiveness that you like to see.

But when we practiced all over the field, he ran very badly. After practice was over, we told him he really needed to work on his running and his second and third efforts. And those are the things that you see now that he’s really improved on.

Kareem worked with Andrew, and I feel like he had discussions about Andrew’s direction – and it’s fading. Andrew is a diamond in the rough, but you can only polish a diamond with a diamond, and that’s what we’re doing now. He’s learning the game from an all-time great. He learns fast, so he’s lucky to be the complete package.

It seems everyone always asks me this question: if you put all these centers in a gym – Mikan, Russell, Chamberlain, Abdul-Jabbar, Hakeem Olajuwon, David Robinson, Shaq, Yao – who is the first guy that you choose to start your team? Which choice.

All had unique qualities, but for my money only two centers had the full package, and that was Shaquille O’Neal and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Shaq had the power, the speed, the ability to block shots…everything. Just like Kareem. But you have to judge a player on the baseline, which leagues. Shaq has won four championships, while Kareem has won five. So I would take Kareem.

But it is a first choice among many equals.

They say basketball is a tall man’s game, and the gentlemen I mentioned played as tall as possible. It was a pleasure to have been in the field with them.

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Compelling personal arena experience: Bon Iver, at Ovo Hydro, reviewed https://adakotacandles.com/compelling-personal-arena-experience-bon-iver-at-ovo-hydro-reviewed/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://adakotacandles.com/compelling-personal-arena-experience-bon-iver-at-ovo-hydro-reviewed/ A reliable metric for measuring pop success is hard to come by these days, as Michael Hann recently noted in these pages. The massaged numbers for sales and flows are so opaque they make almost no sense. Graphics are old news; social media reaches a huge amount of distortion. Bon Iver has won Grammys and […]]]>

A reliable metric for measuring pop success is hard to come by these days, as Michael Hann recently noted in these pages. The massaged numbers for sales and flows are so opaque they make almost no sense. Graphics are old news; social media reaches a huge amount of distortion. Bon Iver has won Grammys and released platinum albums, but that was ten years ago. Such distinctions seem strangely old-fashioned now.

Perhaps the surest barometer is the traditional barometer of bums on seats – according to which Bon Iver seems to be doing just fine. Yes, this is a band that has no semblance of a song your postman could whistle. And yes, they’re led by Justin Vernon, a stubbornly starless 40-something in a crumpled T-shirt and headband.

Vernon wears big headphones everywhere, for the whole world like a lumberjack on leave in a silent disco

But stay. About 10,000 bums are here tonight, by my reckoning, to see Bon Iver bring a new twist to the choreographed arena experience. Here’s a band that understands that in the era of chamber pop and headphone rock, you don’t always have to shout; the bold move is to sit down and let the audience get closer to you. The resulting experience isn’t so much immersive as it is compellingly internalized. It almost feels like each of us is aware of our own personal performance.

I saw Bon Iver perform for the first time in 2008, in a desecrated church in Edinburgh. Back then, the vibe was snowy Americana: bare-back, lament-laden indie-folk songs. Over the next 14 years, the medium through which Vernon delivers his work has changed dramatically. His collaborations with Taylor Swift and Kanye West introduced him to pop and hip-hop. The songs stay solidly in shape below the waterline, but up top they’re decked out in hazy post-digital costumes, blending gospel, R&B (in the modern sense), soul, blues and rap, with a pleasantly disorienting glaze of electronica. experimental.

What has remained constant is the melancholy beauty of the music, which finds a lightning rod in Vernon’s lunar falsetto. When the singer uses Vocoder to manipulate their voice, it’s to make it rougher, not softer. Collectively, tonight, we tacitly agree that this is not a voice you would want to walk on. Unusually for an arena show, the (many) quiet parts aren’t Polyfilla-ed with whoops and whoops. The masses are really listening. Those who are standing barely move.

Vernon wears big headphones everywhere, for the whole world like a lumberjack on leave in a silent disco. At one point, he covers his eyes with his hand, which means he can’t see or hear us. At other times, he throws his shoulders back and digs his index finger into his chest, gesturing like a rapper. Richly textured sound and an ingenious geometric lighting system make it feel like a spectacle. The six musicians focus on creating the music.

Traces of Vernon’s minstrel roots shine through on “Skinny Love” and an untitled new song, where his acoustic guitar is accompanied by a singing soprano saxophone. ‘715 – CR∑∑KS’ and ‘Holocene’ are quite devastatingly beautiful, but Vernon tends to defy the natural splendor of his voice and music by launching sound bombs into the fray. ’10 dEAThbREast’ is less a song than a test, punctuated by blocks of noise and distorted vocals. “iMi,” which begins as a gorgeous 1970s-style soul ballad, is deconstructed to the point that the act feels intentionally obtuse. Just as ’33 “GOD”‘ is gaining momentum, he collapses.

You suspect that Vernon is taking these steps because otherwise his songs might be fenced off by their limits. Some of them are, anyway. The soft-rock pulse of ‘Lump Sum’ and ‘Calgary’ is reminiscent of War On Drugs, U2 and Bruce Hornsby & The Range. Pleasantly slow, soft and soothing. Near the end, ‘Blood Bank’ proves that Bon Iver can do a big barn rock dynamic if he wants to, but it’s not that kind of show. It’s not just any kind of show, really, and it’s all the more memorable.

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The school board spat raises a recurring question: Can government officials block you on social media? https://adakotacandles.com/the-school-board-spat-raises-a-recurring-question-can-government-officials-block-you-on-social-media/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 22:47:11 +0000 https://adakotacandles.com/the-school-board-spat-raises-a-recurring-question-can-government-officials-block-you-on-social-media/ Petitions of the week By Kalvis Golde October 28, 2022 at 6:47 p.m. The Petitions of the week section highlights a selection of certificate petitions recently filed in the Supreme Court. A list of all the petitions we monitor is available here. Last year, the Supreme Court dismissed a case against former President Donald Trump […]]]>
Petitions of the week

The Petitions of the week section highlights a selection of certificate petitions recently filed in the Supreme Court. A list of all the petitions we monitor is available here.

Last year, the Supreme Court dismissed a case against former President Donald Trump that asked whether Trump violated the First Amendment when he blocked people from his personal Twitter account while in office. This week, we highlight cert petitions that ask the court to consider, among other things, whether school board officials who block particularly vocal parents from their personal accounts violate the First Amendment.

Christopher and Kimberly Garnier are parents from the town of Poway, Calif. — located a few miles north of San Diego — who have a history of tense disputes with the local school board. Michelle O’Connor-Ratcliff and TJ Zane are members of the Poway School Board. For their school board campaigns, O’Connor-Ratcliff and Zane created personal Facebook and Twitter pages, which they updated with their official titles once elected and began using them to post business information. and school district news.

Christopher, who is black, and Kimberly felt their concerns about race relations in the school district were not being heard despite their regular attendance at school board meetings. As for social media, the Garniers posted hundreds of repetitive comments on O’Connor-Ratcliff and Zane’s Facebook and Twitter pages expressing their concerns. O’Connor-Ratcliff and Zane eventually blocked the Garniers for spamming their accounts. The Garniers responded by suing O’Connor-Ratcliff and Zane for restricting their First Amendment rights.

The United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit sided with the Garniers. Because O’Connor-Ratcliff and Zane had updated their personal social media pages with their school board titles and used them regularly to post information about the school district, the 9th Circuit felt that blocking the Garniers from the pages amounted to state action. The court held that the Pages are a public forum in which the Garniers are entitled to participate in the First Amendment.

In O’Connor-Ratcliff v. Garnier, school board officials are asking judges to decide whether they were acting in their official capacity when they blocked the Garniers on their personal Facebook and Twitter pages. The school district did not create, fund or direct any content on its pages, O’Connor-Ratcliff and Zane point out. Posting announcements about the district and listing their official titles, they claim, does not turn personal social media pages into official pages.

A list of featured petitions from this week is below:

O’Connor-Ratcliff v. Garnier
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Publish: If a public official engages in First Amendment state action by blocking someone from their personal social media account, when the official uses the account to present their work and communicate to the public on issues related to his work, but not to do so under any governmental authority or obligation.

Pulsifer v. United States
22-340
Publish: If a defendant meets the criteria of 18 USC § 3553(f)(1) as amended by the First Step Act of 2018 to qualify for the federal drug conviction “safety valve” provision so long as he does not have (a) more than four points of criminal history, (b) a three-point offense, and (c) a two-point offense, or if the defendant meets the criteria until he has not (a), (b), or (c).

Anderson vs. Morgan Keegan & Company, Inc.
22-346
Publish: If a trustee in bankruptcy seeking to collect on behalf of creditors under 11 USC § 544(a) is subject to notice of the debtor.

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Stock market | Financial Content Business Page https://adakotacandles.com/stock-market-financial-content-business-page/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 12:54:00 +0000 https://adakotacandles.com/stock-market-financial-content-business-page/ Report “Individual Accident and Health Insurance Market to 2025” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report provides an in-depth outlook of the global personal accident and health insurance industry. This analysis report provides in-depth market analysis, insights and insights on the global and regional Accident and Sickness Insurance industry. It provides values ​​for […]]]>

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