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LA Sheriff Stripped Of Powers Over Mandate Refusal


The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors decided on Tuesday to relieve Sheriff Alex Villanueva of the responsibility to enforce COVID-19 vaccine mandates, according to board documents viewed by Insider. The Los Angeles Times first reported the story.

The decision to strip him of the responsibility comes after Villanueva has for months refused to enforce the mandate. 

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NY Sheriff’s Deputy Turns Into Fascist

This is what happens when you give the government power over you. Police officers like this disgrace the profession. Police are there to serve the citizens. The citizens are not the enemy.

P.S. Note to cops everywhere: Act as though you are being filmed, because you are.

Update: The officer has been arrested, resigned and is now facing assault charges.


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The Disturbing, Unchecked Rise of the Administrative Subpoena

From: Threat Level

We Don’t Need No Stinking Warrant: The Disturbing, Unchecked Rise of the Administrative Subpoena

Meet the administrative subpoena (.pdf): With a federal official’s signature, banks, hospitals, bookstores, telecommunications companies and even utilities and internet service providers — virtually all businesses — are required to hand over sensitive data on individuals or corporations, as long as a government agent declares the information is relevant to an investigation. Via a wide range of laws, Congress has authorized the government to bypass the Fourth Amendment — the constitutional guard against unreasonable searches and seizures that requires a probable-cause warrant signed by a judge.

In fact, there are roughly 335 federal statutes on the books (.pdf) passed by Congress giving dozens upon dozens of federal agencies the power of the administrative subpoena, according to interviews and government reports. (.pdf)


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