How the ‘Dead Suspect Loophole’ Lets Texas Police Hide Records of Jail Deaths and Shootings: New at Reason

The state has too much power….it’s that simple

In 2013, an Austin police officer shot 70-year-old John Schaefer twice in the chest, killing him on his own porch. Schaefer had called 911 to report that he’d shot a neighbor’s pit bull after the dog attacked him in his backyard.

Source: How the ‘Dead Suspect Loophole’ Lets Texas Police Hide Records of Jail Deaths and Shootings: New at Reason

Ole Miss seeking to dismiss Houston Nutt’s lawsuit, attorney fires back at school over records

Billable hours are undefeated, especially when it comes to college athletics. One area of the country that is racking them up at an impressive rate is not surprisingly in the state of Mississippi. The ongoing scandal at Ole Miss that has already led to the resignation/firing of Hugh Freeze continued this week as school officials filed paperwork late Thursday night looking to dismiss a lawsuit brought against them by former head coach Houston Nutt.

Source: Ole Miss seeking to dismiss Houston Nutt’s lawsuit, attorney fires back at school over records