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Conservative defense attorney and C-list Twitter celebrity T. Greg Doucette hosts a weekly discussion on politics, the failings of our criminal justice system, and lessons on the law. Based in Durham, North Carolina.

Visit the podcast website at: http://fsckemall.com/

Follow T. Greg on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/greg_doucette

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Conservative defense attorney and C-list Twitter celebrity T. Greg Doucette hosts a weekly discussion on politics, the failings of our criminal justice system, and lessons on the law. Based in Durham, North Carolina.

Visit the podcast website at: http://fsckemall.com/

Follow T. Greg on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/greg_doucette

    Vic Mignogna: Dismissed with Prejudice (Episode 97)

    Vic Mignogna: Dismissed with Prejudice (Episode 97)

    Join us this week for a case of actual RICO in Georgia, the number of euphemisms a Kentucky news outlet will use to avoid saying a police officer raped 5 women, and an outrageous story in Fort Worth Texas as police kill a woman in her own home while she’s playing video games with her nephew. Plus, a #Law140 overview of the appeals process!

    *THANK YOU* to this week’s Show Note Sponsors (Anon, Trey Benfield, Judi Kane, Colleen Mahaney, Benjamin Nagy, Rob Simmons, and Michael Teal) and our #Law140 Lovers (Lindsey Bowser, Andrew Murphy, Erica Phillips, Helen Poston, Joe Sevits, and Michael VanOrder)!

    Show Notes:



    * Thanks to Emmett Plant for this week’s cover art! Follow Emmett on Twitter here!

    * Vic Mignogna, his attorney Ty Beard, and his advisor Nick Rekieta got LOL’d out of court (Dallas Morning News)

    * CBP Officer illegally detains journalist until he admits to writing “propaganda” (Defense One)

    * ICE relocates 700 women detainees, refuses to notify attorneys of where they’re being held (HuffPost)

    * FLORIDA: West Palm Beach County Judge John Kastrenakes sentences 21-year-old black man to jail for oversleeping jury duty (BuzzFeed News)

    * GEORGIA: City of White police chief David Johnny King, city clerk Jane Lanette Richards and police officer Blake Douglas Scheff indicted for RICO, extortion (WMAZ 13)

    * ILLINOIS: DeKalb police on video choking the sh*t out of unarmed 25-year-old black man Elonte McDowell for minor weed possession (ABC News)

    * ILLINOIS: 9-year-old Kyle Alwood charged with first-degree murder for lethal trailer fire (Peoria Journal Star)

    * KENTUCKY: Louisville PD officer Pablo Cano sentenced to just 5 years for “unwanted sex” – rape – of five different women and possession of kiddie porn (WOWK 13)

    * MARYLAND: Baltimore DA identifies 25 more “discredited” police officers, asks court to vacate 800+ convictions (Baltimore Sun)



    * We talked about the GTTF in Fsck #25

    * …and Fsck #27

    * …and Fsck #32

    * …and Fsck #38

    * …and Fsck #39

    * …and Fsck #41

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    Season 3 Reboot (Episode 96)

    Season 3 Reboot (Episode 96)

    We announced Season 3 a little early so we’re trying again! Join us this week as we talk about a Florida corrections officer raping a woman on house arrest, a North Carolina sex crimes detective committing sex crimes, the Fifth Circuit denying qualified immunity to a Texas cop who arrested a photographer for sport, and much more!

    *THANK YOU* to this week’s Show Note Sponsors (Anon, Trey Benfield, Judi Kane, Colleen Mahaney, Benjamin Nagy, Rob Simmons, and Michael Teal) and our #Law140 Lovers (Lindsey Bowser, Andrew Murphy, Erica Phillips, Helen Poston, Joe Sevits, and Michael VanOrder)!

    Show Notes:



    * Threadnought Day 100 Roundtable with the Violet Wanderers podcast!

    * Fifth Circuit: No qualified immunity for Dallas police officer who arrested freelance photographer for taking pictures (Reason)



    * The Fifth Circuit’s opinion in Adelman v. Branch (Reason)





    * CALIFORNIA: LAPD killer cop Salvador Sanchez will not be charged in the extrajudicial summary execution of schizophrenic Kenneth French (LA Times)

    * CALIFORNIA: Uber driver files First Amendment lawsuit after San Diego police officer Jason Langley arrests him and has his car impounded for recording on his phone (San Diego Union-Tribune)

    * FLORIDA: Miami-Dade corrections officer Yulian Gonzalez arrested for raping woman on house arrest (Miami Herald)

    * FLORIDA: Orlando PD School Resource Officer Dennis Turner, fired for arresting two 6-year-old black kids, had a history of child abuse! (BuzzFeed News)

    * FLORIDA: Tamarac Commissioner Mike Gelin confronts Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy Joshua Gallardo during awards ceremony about false arrest (WSVN 7)

    * FLORIDA: Tarpon Springs PD officer Steve Bergren resigns before he can be fired for threatening a mass shooting (Tampa Bay Times)

    * GEORGIA: Georgia State Patrol officer Brian Sanchez fired, arrested for aggravated child molestation (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

    * GEORGIA: Gwinnett County Superior Court Judge Kathryn Schrader for computer trespass after investigating to see if DA’s Office was spying on her (Gwinnett Daily Post)

    * GEORGIA: Hampton PD officers summarily execute naked 24-year-old Fernando Rodriquez as 3 officers tase him at the same time (WSB 2)

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    Perpetual Dumpster Fires (Episode 95)

    Perpetual Dumpster Fires (Episode 95)

    Join us this week for commentary on the Supreme Court’s criminal justice cases ending the term, a single Florida deputy who’s personally framed more than 100+ motorists for drug offenses, an Illinois man arrested for walking outside, and a bombshell election in New York City!

    *THANK YOU* to this week’s Show Note Sponsors (Anon, Trey Benfield, Judi Kane, Colleen Mahaney, and Michael Teal) and our #Law140 Lovers (Andrew Murphy, Erica Phillips, Helen Poston, Joe Sevits, and Michael VanOrder)!

    Show Notes:



    * Episode 93 is a patron-only special on Congressional oversight powers! (Patreon)

    * SCOTUS: 7.25-1.75, no §1983 lawsuit for retaliatory arrest if there’s probable cause to arrest on any charge at all (CaseText)

    * SCOTUS: 7-2, separate sovereigns exception to double jeopardy remains alive and well (CaseText)

    * SCOTUS: 6-3, limitations period for §1983 wrongful prosecution lawsuits don’t start until acquittal (CaseText)

    * SCOTUS: 5-4, portion of the Hobbs Act is unconstitutionally vague (CaseText)

    * CALIFORNIA: Sacramento County releases disciplinary file on deputy who lied about traffic stop, tased driver (Sacramento Bee)

    * CALIFORNIA: San Fransisco police raid home of journalist over leaked report into dead public defender Jeff Adachi (San Francisco Chronicle)



    * The Police Chief is now “sorry” for the raid (San Francisco Chronicle)





    * CALIFORNIA: Auditor finds taxpayers pay excessive overtime for the Sheriff’s Office due to paper timesheets (KTVU 2)

    * FLORIDA: Jackson County Sheriff’s Deputy Zachary Wester planted drugs in at least 118 vehicles! (The Appeal)



    * Our episode on Deputy Wester’s termination (Fsck #86)

    * This also happens in Chicago (Fsck #51)

    * And in Los Angeles (Fsck #37)

    * And in Baltimore (Fsck #24)

    * And in Baltimore (Fsck #20)

    * And in Baltimore (Fsck #17)





    * HAWAII: Former prosecutor Katherine Kealoha jailed after being found guilty of conspiracy (AP News)



    * We talked about this case when the officers involved were indicted for fabricating evidence (Fsck #57)





    * ILLINOIS: The state is mass-expunging marijuana convictions (CNN)

    * ILLINOIS: a href="https://www.journalstandard.

    • 59 Min.
    Mini-Pod: Season 3 Not-A-Preview (Episode 94)

    Mini-Pod: Season 3 Not-A-Preview (Episode 94)

    We’re back! With the first episode of Season 3 upon us, T. Greg and Mike the Sound Guy had to cut out the “podcast notes” stuff because it took too long – so they turned it into a separate mini-pod! Listen in for updates on where T. Greg’s been, the newest member of his family, philanthropy updates, and the four-alarm Twitter dumpster fire known as the Vic Mignogna LOLsuit and The Threadnought™!

    *THANK YOU* to this week’s Show Note Sponsors (Anon, Trey Benfield, Judi Kane, Colleen Mahaney, and Michael Teal) and our #Law140 Lovers (Andrew Murphy, Erica Phillips, Helen Poston, Joe Sevits, and Michael VanOrder)!

    Show Notes:



    * The thread on T. Greg’s foray into death abatement (Twitter)

    * Meet Biscuit, the newest member of Team T. (Twitter)

    * The final result of our American Heart Association fundraiser! (Twitter)

    * The Threadnought™ needed its own navigation thread (Twitter)

    * T. Greg’s interview with The Violet Wanderers podcast! (BuzzSprout)

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    Mini-Pod: Wreck It, Ralph (Episode 92)

    Mini-Pod: Wreck It, Ralph (Episode 92)

    Join us this week as we go over the extended political f*ckery happening in Virginia, yet another conviction vacated in Indiana because of prosecutorial misconduct, and officer-involved puppycide in California, Florida, Illinois, and Indiana.

    Special thanks to AY Shah on Twitter for providing the inspiration for this week’s cover art!

    *THANK YOU* to this week’s Show Note Sponsors (Anon, Trey Benfield, Rob Elder, Melanie Greenan, Judi Kane, Colleen Mahaney, Charlotte Mobley, and Michael Teal) and our #Law140 Lovers (Andrew Murphy, Erica Phillips, Helen Poston, Joe Sevits, and Michael VanOrder)!

    Show Notes:



    * Virginia Governor apologizes for appearing in blackface + KKK photo… (Washington Post)



    * …then says it wasn’t him (Virginian-Pilot)

    * …but was called “Coonman” in college (WSLS 10)

    * …and dressed in blackface at a party (The Hill)





    * Virginia Lieutenant Governor is accused of sexual assault… (NY Times)



    * …by two different women (Washington Post)





    * Virginia Attorney General meets with black legislators to confess he dressed in blackface too (Washington Post)

    * Next in line for Virginia Governor? The Republican Speaker of the House (Twitter)

    * Seventh Circuit: Attempted murder conviction of Mack Sims overturned after prosecution hid that key witness was hypnotized (ProPublica)



    * The 7th Circuit’s opinion in Sims v. Hyatte (Justia)

    * Our episode last week on Fred Clay, who was also convicted by hypnosis testimony (Fsck #91)

    * Our earlier episode on prosecutorial misconduct in Elkhart (Fsck #77)





    * ARIZONA: Glendale PD officer Matt Schneider helps tase innocent passenger Johnny Wheatcroft 11 times, including in the testicles (KNXV 15)

    * CALIFORNIA: Contra Costa County judge Charles Treat denies police union’s demand to block new transparency law (Mercury News)

    * CALIFORNIA: a href="https://bakersfieldnow.com/news/local/bnsf-railway-police-officer-accidentally...

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    Mini-Pod: Liar Liar (Episode 91)

    Mini-Pod: Liar Liar (Episode 91)

    Join us this week as we talk about Florida police lying to jail a man for possession of laundry detergent, Missouri police lying to cover up the shooting death of a cop by another cop, North Carolina police lying to keep an innocent man in prison for 42 years, and much (much) more!

    *THANK YOU* to this week’s Show Note Sponsors (Anon, Trey Benfield, Rob Elder, Melanie Greenan, Judi Kane, Colleen Mahaney, Charlotte Mobley, and Michael Teal) and our #Law140 Lovers (Damien Boyd, Brian Gilbreath, Andrew Murphy, Erica Phillips, Helen Poston, Joe Sevits, and Michael VanOrder)!

    Show Notes:



    * 4th Circuit: Charles Ray Finch, who’s spent 42 years of his life in prison for murder, is actually innocent (4th Circ COA)

    * Vera Institute releases new tool to analyze arrest data, shows ~80% of all arrests are for minor offenses or non-criminal conduct (The Intercept)

    * COLORADO: Lakewood PD officer Randall Shaun Butler charged for *3rd* sexual assault (KRDO 13)



    * Story on Butler’s first arrest (Denver Post)

    * And on Butler’s second arrest (Denver Post)





    * FLORIDA: Martin County Sheriff’s Deputy Steven O’Leary fired for framing 11 people for drug possession (Miami Herald)

    * GEORGIA: Albany PD officer Matthew Brown on video crashing into parked car while trying to murder man in parking lot (WALB 10)



    * The bystander video showing Brown’s crash (Twitter)





    * KANSAS: Taxpayers to pay $1,100,000.00 to Richard Jones, who served 17 years for robbery he didn’t commit (ABC News)

    * LOUISIANA: 5 deputies indicated in rape and beating at Washington Parish jail (New Orleans Times-Picayune)

    * MARYLAND: Baltimore police declare they will continue arresting people for cases the DA won’t prosecute (WMAR 2)

    * MASSACHUSETTS: Fred Clay spent 37+ years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit, taxpayers to pay $1,000,000.00 (WGBH 89.7)

    * MISSOURI: St. Louis Metro PD killer cop Nathaniel Hendren executes off-duty SLMPD cop Katlyn Alix (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)



    * After claiming it was an “accident,” police then say it was “Russian Roulette” (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

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