Thursday, 23 January 2014

What Harm? What Blame?

January 22nd, 2014 2:27 pm 

Argument recap: Sorting out the blame


"The Supreme Court left no doubt on Wednesday that it is willing to do its part to make sure that victims of child pornography get paid money to offset the harm done to them. But it also found itself very much in doubt about just what that part would be. The answer in the case of Paroline v. United States may depend upon how the Court understands two words: “apportion” and “contribution.”"
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January 20, 2014 9:43 AM

Supreme Court to Decide on Child Porn Victim Restitution


The lies and disinformation ...
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JAN. 23, 2014

Fake Disability Claims

"Seeking compensation for post-traumatic stress syndrome has been a cottage industry, replete with coaches who ride shotgun to help claimants recite the scriptures of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders."

JAN. 7, 2014

Charges for 106 in Huge Fraud Over Disability

"The retired New York City police officers and firefighters showed up for their psychiatric exams disheveled and disoriented, most following a nearly identical script.

They had been coached on how to fail memory tests, feign panic attacks and, if they had worked during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, to talk about their fear of airplanes and entering skyscrapers, prosecutors said. And they were told to make it clear they could not leave the house, much less find a job.

But their Facebook pages told investigators a starkly different story, according to an indictment and other court papers."



Dutch Rapporteur visits United States

Jan. 25, 2014

Paroline decision will have worldwide impact

First Published Jan 15 2014 06:52 pm • Last Updated Jan 16 2014 09:49 am

Utah law professor to make case for child-porn victims

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