ASSEMBLYMEMBER NOREEN EVANS 7TH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 29, 2005 CONTACT: Sean MacNeil PHONE: (916) 319 - 2007
A bill authored by Assembly member Noreen Evans (D-Santa Rosa) passed out of the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday evening that will help public safety and government officials keep their personal home addresses and phone numbers private.
Various website's specialize in providing thisinformation and the harmful intentions of some are self-evident. www.killercop.com - now inoperable - offered a cash reward with no questions "asked" for the death or home addresses of two LAPD officers.
"The report of my death was an exaggeration."~
A.K.A. The case of Don't ask and don't even think about asking.
Legislators should pay for their own mishaps
BY DON THOMPSON, Associated Press Article
Last Updated: 06/09/2007 08:47:13 PM PDT SACRAMENTO -
Lawmakers using state-issued vehicles filed auto insurance claims at a far higher rate than the general public, costing California taxpayers nearly $90,000 the past two years, according to records obtained by The Associated Press. Those records show that 10 lawmakers filed more than one claim during the two-year period, including state assembly member Noreen Evans.
AB 1595 seeks to strengthen existing law that offers government and public safety officials [special] protection regarding the privacy of their personal information — namely home address and telephone number. Existing law now prohibits a state or local agency from posting personal information of specified elected or appointed individuals without first receiving written consent. Among the provisions in AB 1595 is one that would expand the universe of individuals who are protected by this prohibition to include state administrative law judges, federal judges, federal defenders, members of the U.S. Congress, and presidential appointees.
Contemptible police tactics - Cops raid the home of a licensed medical marijuana provider in Washington, handcuff the fourteen year old son and put a gun to his head, and search the nineteen year old daughter and take the contents of her mickey-mouse wallet.
How To Survive Traffic Stops in America, Submit, Instantly! - What the cops want is immediate obedience and submission. Many cops are ex-military and view the civilian motorists of America about like they viewed the hapless peasants of Iraq and Afghanistan, that is, with contempt, not as fellow citizens deserving of civility and respect. It is a possibly lethal mistake to do anything other than submit, instantly and obey! Or be ready to shoot first. But aim high.