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Formerly TacticalPeek here, dropped out when old DU switched over and my pwd got hootchered.

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Durham investigation's Friday laaate news dump filing


southpaw @nycsouthpaw

Seems like the Durham investigation filed an admission of a major fuckup around midnight on a Friday during a snowstorm.


Posted by Tactical Peek | Sat Jan 29, 2022, 04:47 AM (9 replies)

Andrew Vachss 1942 - 2021

Andrew Vachss, Hardboiled Writer, Defender of Children, Passes Away

Posted on December 29, 2021 by Adi Tantimedh

Andrew Vachss, the prolific hardboiled crime writer, comics writer, and tireless defender of abused children, has passed away at age 79. His official website reported that he died on December 27th. The news came from the Legislative Drafting Institute for Child Protection, which announced, "Andrew Vachss has died. The loss cannot be measured, and the debts can only be paid forward."




Posted by Tactical Peek | Mon Jan 17, 2022, 03:15 PM (6 replies)

Lani Guinier, Voting and Civil Rights Theorist and Legal Scholar, Dies at 71

Source: BET

Lani Guinier, Voting and Civil Rights Theorist and Legal Scholar, Dies at 71

She was the first Black woman to be given tenure at Harvard Law School, but faced attacks from conservatives later in her career.

Lani Guinier, the first Black woman to earn tenure at Harvard Law School has died at age 71. The New York Times reports that a cousin of the legal scholar, Sherrie Russell-Brown, confirmed Guinier’s death and provided no further details regarding a cause of death. School officials said she was surrounded by family at the time of her passing.

A champion for voting rights, and a civil rights theorist, Guinier came to national prominence in 1993, when then-President Bill Clinton, a Yale Law School classmate of Guinier’s, nominated her to be assistant attorney general for civil rights. Guinier was attacked by conservatives in the media and Senate Republicans over her writing on voting and civil rights, causing Clinton to eventually withdraw her nomination without a confirmation hearing.

She served as a special assistant in the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division during the Carter administration, and worked for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, where she headed the voting rights project.

One of her legal arguments was that the concept of “one person, one vote” was insufficient in a system where the interests of minorities, racial, religious or otherwise, were inevitably trampled by those of the majority.

Read more: https://www.bet.com/article/2kxjr8/lani-guinier-legal-scholar-death

One of the mighty has fallen.

Posted by Tactical Peek | Fri Jan 7, 2022, 08:59 PM (12 replies)

Latest person in Donald Trump's orbit ... to fight a Jan. 6 committee subpoena ... : Sebastian Gorka


southpaw @nycsouthpaw
If he loses, he should have to forfeit the ART WAR mustang to the court.


Latest person in Donald Trump's orbit to go to court to fight a Jan. 6 committee subpoena for phone records: Sebastian Gorka


Posted by Tactical Peek | Wed Jan 5, 2022, 01:10 AM (4 replies)
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