In this update to stories previously covered here, we actually have some good news to report.
- On Jan. 29th, San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputy Ivory Webb Jr. shot unarmed Air Force MP Elio Carrion after he appeared to comply with Webb’s order to “get up.” Now the district attorney has brought charges of attempted voluntary manslaughter, and Webb faces up to 18 years in prison.
- Millionaire John Gilmore sued and lost in court after two different airlines twice denied him boarding, citing secret Transportation Security Agency rules, because he refused to show his identification. According to what TSA told the court, people who refuse to show identification are supposed to be allowed to board after going through secondary screening. Gilmore wants your help in finding out whether that’s true.