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    Tag: Benny Napoleon

    AOTW 5-18-2013

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Sat May 18, 2013 at 08:16:11 AM EST
    Tags: Patrick J. Duggan, First Amendment, Benny Napoleon, John B. (Jack) O'Reilly Jr, Cultural Marxism, Wayne County, Dearborn, Boston, Just Names Of Cities, Nothing to see Here, Dhimmitude, Jihad (all tags)

    Remember this video posted on RightMichigan.com?  Well, the results of yet another who has outlived his useful life in government rears its ugly head.

    Ruben Chavez, Arthur Fisher, and Joshua DeLosSantos filed a lawsuit against Wayne County, Sheriff Benny Napoleon and deputy chiefs Dennis Richardson and Mike Jaafar of the Sheriff's Office over the June 15, 2012, incident.
    The three, part of the group Bible Believers, were at the Arab festival to share their faith, according to the court document. When some festival goers grew agitated with the message, they started throwing bottles and debris.

    Fearing injuries, sheriff's officials asked the group, which insisted it was on public property, to leave or risk being cited for disorderly conduct.

    Chavez, Fisher and DeLosSantos claimed the order violated their constitutional rights. But in his ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Patrick Duggan said the police's actions were "designed to prevent disorder as the result of the exercise by plaintiffs of their constitutional rights. Officials interfered with plaintiffs' speech only after making an effort to impose order and only when they perceived imminence of further violence and feared, due to the sheer size of the festival and the number of attendees, that things would spiral out of control."

    Attorneys said the men were demonstrating peacefully and left under threat of arrest.

    Duggan also denied a request for a court order barring county authorities from restricting the three from displaying banners and signs on the public sidewalks outside this year's festival.

    Tuesday's ruling "turns the First Amendment on its head," said Robert Muise, senior counsel with the American Freedom Law Center. "The police had an obligation and a duty to stop the violent response to the speech ... and certainly the Constitution forbids the government from threatening to arrest my clients for engaging in peaceful speech."

    Attorney Nabih Ayad, who represented the officials named in the suit, said his clients acted reasonably given the situation.


    This week is a tough decision.  I could award this week to a lawless Benny Napoleon, however, I'm confident he will have another opportunity while running for mayor of Detoilet.  I could also go with a deadbeat mooslime shyster but, deadbeat, thieving mooslimes are so common.

    So, this week goes to another fossilized white dude clinging onto his power.  Congratulation, Judge Patrick J. Duggan.  For your flagrant violation of our U.S. Constitution, you are not only a dhimmi, you're also A$$hole Of The Week.

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    McNamara Crony Testing Waters if Carl Levin Drops Out

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Tue Feb 26, 2013 at 03:21:07 PM EST
    Tags: The Ed McNamara Machine, Mike Duggan, Julianna Smoot & Lon Johnson, Michigan Democratic Party, Hoffa, Labor, Unions, Jennifer Granholm, Andy Dillon, Miles Handy, Wayne County Corruption Lives On, Affirmative Action Meets The Peter Principle, Benny Napoleon, Brian Banks, Turkia Mullin, Robert Ficano, Jumana Judeh, Azzam Elder, Wayne County Business Development Corporation (all tags)

    Who is this paleface Irish turd trying to fool?  Try remembering July 27, 2004

    If approved by U.S. District Judge Paul Borman, McCann, of Livonia, faces six to 12 months in prison and up to a $20,000 fine.

    McCann was indicted in November on charges of improperly using a federal grant to pay two interns to secretly build a database of Democratic Party donors. They performed an estimated 758 hours of political work while on the county's payroll in 2001, the county contended.

    In November 2002, the FBI and Michigan State Police seized thousands of documents from McNamara's county office and the campaign office of McCann's former boss, then-Wayne County Prosecutor Michael Duggan, in a raid. Duggan is now head of the Detroit Medical Center.

    Nice of then AG Granholm, to stall for her corrupt Wayne County friends, yes?

    (1 comment) Comments >>

    A Message To Our Legislators - Beware False Choices

    I Think That's Illegal - Sheriff Benny Napoleon

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Sun Dec 02, 2012 at 09:59:43 AM EST
    Tags: The Ed McNamara Machine, Mike Duggan, Michigan Democratic Party, Andy Dillon, Miles Handy, Wayne County Corruption Lives On, Affirmative Action Meets The Peter Principle, Benny Napoleon, Brian Banks, Turkia Awada Mullin, Robert Ficano, Jumana Judeh, Azzam Elder, Wayne County Business Development Corporation, John Rakolta Jr, Joke is on the Taxpayers, One Term Nerd (all tags)

    Or, Looters gotta Loot... via The Detroit News

    State Treasury officials may soon assume greater oversight of Wayne County's teetering finances.

    State Treasurer Andy Dillon met with county officials this week and laid out a carrot-and-stick plan: If the county wants to continue using the state to float some $90 million in bonds each year, all county departments must agree to issue monthly spending reports to the state and County Commission.

    The plan works like an allowance. If officials go over budget, the County Commission could deduct the overages from budgets the next month -- or take control of their finances, Sheriff Benny Napoleon said.

    "I think that's illegal," said Napoleon, who met Thursday with Dillon.


    Based upon what Sheriff Napoleon will tie his name to, and what 68% of Detroit voters sent to Lansing, what possibly could go wrong?   And, when it comes to former Speaker Dillon, feigning to rein in corruption of his crony Wayne County Democratic Party friends, let's give him a big Handy...

    Irony now sMiles at your State Treasurer pick, Governerd.

    (1 comment) Comments >>

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