If a Prosecutor Breaks the Law in Secret, Does the Crime Exist? Not According to Texas Prosecutors.

If a Prosecutor Breaks the Law in Secret, Does the Crime Exist? Not According to Texas Prosecutors.

Shannon Edmonds and Stacey Soule looked confident sitting before a panel of lawmakers in the Texas Capitol late last month. Soule is the state’s prosecuting attorney, whose office litigates cases before the state’s highest criminal court, the Court of Criminal Appeals. Edmonds is a staff attorney and the government relations expert for the powerful Texas […]

Jeff Treatments Won’t Sentence Bad Policing, Therefore Ca and Texas Are Increasing

The Department of Justice has rolled back federal oversight of local police departments under the leadership of Jeff Sessions, so state officials in California are stepping in to do the work the feds have abandoned. On Monday, California’s Department of Justice announced it will be overseeing efforts by the San Francisco Police Department to implement […]

ACLU Investigation Reveals Texas Troopers Are Turning Traffic Stops of Immigrants Into Deportations

A shocking new investigation by the ACLU of Texas and The Intercept reveals how state troopers are essentially acting as deportation officers. After poring through public records of traffic stops by the Texas Highway Patrol, the ACLU of Texas uncovered what amounts to a deportation machine operated by the state’s Department of Public Safety. State […]

Breaking: Sibel Edmonds Will Be in Texas to Take on the Terrorist Gulen Network!!!

Breaking: Sibel Edmonds Will Be in Texas to Take on the Terrorist Gulen Network!!!

Join Newsbud’s founder Sibel Edmonds as she announces she will be in Austin, Texas with members of the Newsbud team to take on the Gulen network and their pocketed politicians on Tuesday December 12th. [embedded content] Let’s block ads! (Why?) Newsbud fmsmnewsFMSMNews.com is a news aggregator and opinions blog. We aim to showcase news from […]

“We Didn’t Have to Suffer Like That”: Inside a Texas Prison During Hurricane Harvey

“We Didn’t Have to Suffer Like That”: Inside a Texas Prison During Hurricane Harvey

In late August, Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the southeast Texas coast bringing with it extreme winds and dropping more than four feet of rain across Houston and the surrounding area. The catastrophic flooding caused thousands to evacuate, including many state prisoners who were moved to drier and safer facilities elsewhere in the state. But the 3,000 men inside […]