Profile

Cover photo
Michael Johnson
133,441 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTubeReviews

Stream

Michael Johnson

Shared publicly  - 
 
Just picked up my new ride. 2005 VFR800. Love it!
3
Add a comment...

Michael Johnson

Shared publicly  - 
 
Someone is having a bad day. 
1
Add a comment...

Michael Johnson

Shared publicly  - 
 
This looks fun as heck!
1
Add a comment...

Michael Johnson

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
Holy shit! Speachless... Almost!
1
Add a comment...

Michael Johnson

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
What do yall think?

As a motorcyclist you know all about this 
11 comments on original post
1
Add a comment...

Michael Johnson

Shared publicly  - 
 
Going bag less today. 
1
Add a comment...

Michael Johnson

Shared publicly  - 
1
Add a comment...

Michael Johnson

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
But don’t believe for a second that this is a uniquely Orange County problem. I pointed out in a post in May a couple stories I’ve personally reported in which prosecutors willingly put on informant testimony that they should have known wasn’t true. The problem is that there’s so little accountability for prosecutors. It’s just far too easy to skirt ethical rules, even to break the law, in procuring damning testimony from an informant. (And let’s be honest here, these are people whom those same prosecutors wouldn’t trust for a moment in just about any other context.) Prosecutors have very little to fear for going too far. Professional sanctions are rare. Save for a very few high-profile cases, criminal charges are unheard of. And they’re shielded from civil liability by absolute immunity.

The scandal in Orange County is only a scandal thanks to the work of a brave public defender named Scott Sanders and some dogged reporting by local journalists. Alexandra Natapoff, a criminologist and author of the book Snitching, captures the real lesson from Orange County in a quote she gave to Lithwick: “What’s newsworthy is not that it’s unique. What’s newsworthy is that we actually found out.”
Abuse of jailhouse informants, withholding evidence goes back decades
View original post
1
Add a comment...

Michael Johnson

Shared publicly  - 
1
Ric Escalante's profile photo
 
+Michael Johnson It sure does. If you look at the slow motion video, it was so well timed/planned. Thank you for sharing.
Add a comment...
Story
Tagline
Outdoorsman
Food is always good. Worth the ride to go get some good food in a good atmosphere.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Never go here to have work done to your rig. My fj cruiser came out with no diff drop , the icon upper control arms are two completely sizes. This caused stress to the steering knuckle which had been bending slowly. Toyota won't cover any of their connected parts because of the less than proffesional install. Pretty much $3, 000 dollars of usless and busted parts. If you nees anything don to yiur rig get it done somewhere else!!!!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
2 reviews
Map
Map
Map