That fact that Flynn didn't know this and/or wasn't told this is hard to countenance. The rule of law in this country is probably the single biggest strategic advantage that we have above and beyond all other countries in the world and we can not allow the rule of law to break down.
See, that wasn't so bad, right? Sanders had been calling for Clinton to embrace a more progressive agenda before he endorsed her. Sanders said he will go to all corners of the country to drum up support for Clinton now. "In other words, the Democratic National Convention will be a contested convention", Sanders said during a June 4, 2016, press conference. " Secretary Clinton has won the Democratic nominating process, and I congratulate her for that ".
Four vehicles were impounded. Tow trucks were called in to remove the protest vehicles from the roadway, and a Metro Transit bus was used to transport demonstrators after they were arrested. A protest in front of the Governor's Residence in St. Paul has continued since early Thursday, a few hours after Castile was shot. Castile's killing has woken up dozens of protests all over the United States after his girlfriend made a Facebook live streaming moments after the shooting.
Castile told the officer he had a permit to carry a weapon, according to Reynolds' account. The Minnesota cop who pulled Philando Castile over before shooting and killing him Wednesday did not actually pull him over for a broken tail light as was first reported.
During a two-hour stand-off Johnson laughed at police, sang songs, and taunted them, asking "How many did I get?" after he had murdered five officers and injured seven more. Two of the three detainees were subsequently released, including a woman who was running with people who were armed, Brown said. The woman and one man were released without charges, the other man was charged with a misdemeanor weapon offense because he could not legally carry a gun, Brown said.
A call for national and solidarity was reinforced by several speakers at the interfaith service, including former President George W. Bush , a Dallas resident, who attended with his wife, Laura. "The law too often feels as if it is being applied in discriminatory fashion", the president said after Ferguson. All three leaders acknowledged that we can't look at this tragedy without forgetting what happened leading up to it.