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Thank you, Legal Insurrection Foundation donors

Thank you, Legal Insurrection Foundation donors

Donations from readers help a lot as we continue to build our team and launch new investigations and research projects.

I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank the many people who have donated to the Legal Insurrection Foundation. Donations from readers help a lot as we continue to build our team and launch new investigations and research projects.

If you donated through our donation form, you received an automated thank you and receipt. Let me thank you personally here.

If you donated by check via the address on the donation form, there is a note of thanks coming your way by snail mail, it’s just going to take some time. 

To those of you who donated anonymously, through a Charitable Foundation (e.g. Schwab) without attribution or through PayPal Giving Fund, you know who you are, but we don’t, so we can’t thank you directly.

Regardless, thanks from the Legal Insurrection Foundation team.

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Colonel Travis | July 28, 2019 at 10:03 pm

Nah, prof. The thank you really belongs to you and the contributors. You all have covered things so much better than professional alleged journalists.

Long live Legal Insurrection!

    100% agree … thank you for being that bright beacon of education and truth out there! Not too many other sites can match your quality or overall excellence. And I love the videos of the day.

Thank you and all you do.

LI request…more of a tip line section to crowdsource stories.

I posted in a comment to a random LI story about Seattle cutting it’s police off from electronic intel from other law enforcement agencies. It’s a bombshell that all MSM (including local) will try to ignore. It’s only through rogue sites like “Safe Seattle”‘s facebook page that anyone would ever find out about it.

LI has the smartest and most informed following of any media in the world today- we’d all benefit from their intel.

LukeHandCool | July 29, 2019 at 12:04 am

I hope it’s okay to post this here.

I knew this young man straight out of the LAPD police academy when he was assigned as a P1 to West L.A. division where I now work. Extremely nice young man with a good sense of humor.

He was off duty and killed early yesterday by a gang member whom he had told to stop tagging (graffiti) as he ate at a taco stand with his girlfriend and her brothers. The gang member came back with his fellow gang members and shot and killed Officer Juan Diaz.

It’s a terrible loss of a wonderful young man. He was only 24.

    snopercod in reply to LukeHandCool. | July 29, 2019 at 8:00 am

    That’s terrible, Luke. I’m so sorry.

    herm2416 in reply to LukeHandCool. | July 29, 2019 at 8:10 am

    May he rest in eternal peace.

    We need to keep all of our police officers and first responders in our prayers, praying for their safety.
    God bless you and the family and friends of this young officer.
    Such a senseless loss.


    If not for the fund raiser- awareness of bad stuff going down is never a bad thing.

    There are 3 enablers of evil.
    1) The people who commit the acts
    2) The people who excuse the people who commit evil.
    3) The people who are apathetic to evil and do nothing to stem it.

    On my list of daily information is the Active Self Protection channel on youtube. Any CC not watching that channel needs to start.

There used to be a section for general comments outside of stories. I can’t find it. Did you know that the video of the day is Elton John “lip syncing” to a Gerry Rafferty song?

    RITaxpayer in reply to RodFC. | July 29, 2019 at 11:41 am

    Are you talking about the Forum? I think Fuzzy closed it down as it became a maintenance nightmare with constant childish bickering from ex-posters.
    Rod, are you from Rhode Island?

Close The Fed | July 29, 2019 at 10:05 am

I appreciate what y’all do, Professor, and I appreciate all the donors that make it possible!

What hath William A. Jacobson wrought?…