You may test that assumption at your convinience.
Flashback to when Facebook refused to implement automatic anti-Nazi filters because it kept "accidentally" blocking Republicans too......If you've got a sure fire "evil jackass" test, you patent that shit and sell it as a RINO detector. You'll make a mint and confirm what every already knows anyway,
Inmates should be able to donate organs or bone marrow in exchange for reduced time in prison, according to a proposed bill in Massachusetts.
Donors would receive at least 60 days but no more than one year off their sentences.
Two state lawmakers - both Democrats - claim the bill would "restore bodily autonomy" to incarcerated people.
But critics warn it is unethical and preys on inmates' desperation.
Organ donation is currently allowed in US federal prisons, but only if the recipient is an immediate family member.
You do not grasp how body armor, and or the wounding mechanics of firearms work.Plenty of cops have enough body armor that they almost never have to fear for their lives now, and it doesn't seem to have helped. Because it's not about whether their excuse is plausible or not. 99% of the time, they're not actually having to make their case to the general public, or an impartial jury, because they're not even getting charged in the first place. Their boss is in their corner because the corruption goes all the way to the top, the union is in their corner by design, and the AG is too afraid of being seen as "soft on crime" to press charges unless the case is so high-profile that it makes the national news and sparks riots.
I think organs for early release could have all sorts of dystopian outcomes, but donations of renewable bodily resources, blood, plasma, marrow (I think) could work.I can't see how this could possibly go wrong or be abused.
Plus, you give up a kidney an you get 1 year off max?
Three other accused will serve sentences of up to 30 years over deaths of Willie Kimani, Josephat Mwenda and Joseph Muiruri, in case that sparked national protests...
Serial rapist David Carrick, a "monster" who served in the Metropolitan Police, has been jailed for a minimum of 30 years.
Carrick was told he had shown an "astonishing degree of moral corruption" as he was given 36 life terms by Mrs Justice Cheema-Grubb.
The 48-year-old committed violent and brutal sexual offences against a dozen women over two decades...
The officer, also accused of raping a woman multiple times, warned girl he would ‘beat her black and blue’ if she spoke out..
We get an update on calls for an independent investigation into the Atlanta police killing of an activist during a violent raid Wednesday on a proposed $90 million training facility in a public forest, known by opponents to the facility as “Cop City.” Law enforcement officers — including a SWAT...www.democracynow.org
The Georgia State Patrol says it does not have footage of Terán’s killing because it doesn’t issue body cameras to its officers. The Atlanta police footage shows some officers warned about the threat of crossfire and questioned whether the wounded state trooper was shot by another officer.
Police officer: “You [bleep]ed your own officer up. … Did they shoot their own man? Hmm?”
Black people are seven times more likely to die than white people following restraint by police, new analysis of official data reveals.
The racial disproportionality is higher than previously made public and was unearthed by Inquest, a charity that helps bereaved families after contact with the police or state.
It is contained in a report released on Monday called I Can’t Breathe: Race, Death and British Policing. It alleges that the British system for investigating deaths after contact with the police fails black families and ignores racism as a potential factor...
A judge-led public inquiry has found that an undercover police unit that infiltrated leftwing political groups caused “outrage and pain” to the public and acted in a sexist and racist way.
The inquiry ruled that the Scotland Yard unit was not justified in intruding deeply into the private lives of campaigners, including their sexual relationships, and suggested it should have been disbanded early in its existence.
The inquiry found that the managers of the unit frequently approved reports that contained “many examples” of racism and sexism...
Humberside Police decided not to prosecute an inspector later found to have groped two girls.
Insp Craig Mattinson, 47, was sacked on Thursday after a panel found him guilty of gross misconduct.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) confirmed to the BBC the case was not referred to them to consider criminal proceedings.
The force insisted "correct procedures" were followed, stating a successful prosecution was not thought possible...