Tag: Supreme Court

Homeseller Need not Reveal Murder-Suicide

By DAVID LEE   (CN) – The sellers of homes do not have to disclose “psychological stigmas,” such as murders, to prospective buyers, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled. The state’s highest court unanimously ruled Monday in favor of Kathleen and Joseph Jacono regarding the sale of their Delaware […]

Gutting of campaign finance laws enhances influence of corporations and wealthy Americans

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 10-Apr-2014 – “This study dashes hopes for this democratic kind of interest-group influence,’ PRINCETON, N.J.—Affluent individuals and business corporations already have vastly more influence on federal government policy than average citizens, according to recently released research by Princeton University and Northwestern University. This research suggests […]

Mingo County judge Conspired with the local Director of Homeland Security to frame his Ex-Mistresses Husband for Drugs, Larceny and Assault

Mingo County judge arrested on federal charge by Kate White   Mingo County Circuit Judge Michael Thornsbury was arrested Thursday after federal authorities allege he targeted his ex-lover’s husband, using his position on the bench to manipulate criminal charges against the man. The indictment returned Wednesday by a […]

World’s lowest paid workers: Indian cleaners get just £64 after 40 YEARS of scrubbing toilets without a day off (and they’ve never had a pay rise!)

Two women have applied to  the Guinness World Records for the lowest salary in the  world By Kerry Mcqueeney PUBLISHED:11:24 EST, 22  October 2012| UPDATED:12:59 EST, 22 October 2012     For more than 40 years they’ve toiled away,  meticulously scrubbing and cleaning toilets in southern India However, […]