Inquiry by US Justice Department (DOJ) and Federal Bureau of Investigation found hundreds of instances FBI forensic units gathering data on cases involving violent crimes provided false information. Led to the imprisonment of thousands of innocent people, some were executed.
Students and teachers at the North Lake College in Irving, Texas scrambled for cover in 2012 after police began shooting training rounds outside the school. Incredibly, even though police claimed to have sent “two warning e-mails,” faculty members say they were never informed.
Some 1,129 people have been killed and nearly 3,500 wounded in eastern Ukraine since the start of the Kiev's military operation in April, according to UN estimates. 178
The state of Michigan decided to direct its minimal resources to crack-down on a few small food co-ops in the city of Standish for offering farm-fresh food.
Anonymous whistleblower claims Los Angeles County preparing g to round up and forcibly house homeless citizens in detention facilities, reportedly planning on embedding these individuals with RFID chips presumably to track their whereabouts.
Kiev's army is contuining their crackdown of anti-govt forces in the East of Ukraine. Urban areas are being caught in its deadly fire. There are reports from the city of Gorlovka where the latest shelling has killed at least 13 civilians with some media suggesting the death toll could be higher.
They Will Lock You Up To If They Get The Chance - Photo by BarnellbeNobody in the world loves locking people behind bars as much as Americans do. We have more people in prison than any other nation on the planet. We also have a higher percentage of our population locked up than anyone else does by a very large margin.
Breaking down the taboos doesn't mean anything goes. It simply means that we refuse to be boxed into the status quo imposed upon us as a control mechanism. It means we are willing to take risks and speak out, not just for ourselves but for others as well.
New York’s Division of Homeland Security is posting signs on businesses to encourage people to snitch on fellow citizens who buy such things as MRE’s (Meals Ready to Eat), ammunition, flash lights, match containers, gas masks and other items deemed to be ‘prepper’ in nature.
One man's quest to explain his brother's mysterious jail cell death 19 years ago has rekindled long-dormant questions about whether others were involved in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.
Ukraine will demand at an EU Foreign Affairs Council meeting on Tuesday that the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) and Luhansk People's Republic (LPR) be recognized as terrorist organizations, so any cooperation or support they receive is recognized as such under international law.
A court handed down a huge victory yesterday, for two men who were rendered to a secret prison in Poland and tortured by the CIA. But it wasn't in an American court. And it wasn't the United States that was held to account.
Larry Pratt, director Gun Owners of America In Rolling Stone cited Declaration of Independence; Second Amendment “for restraining tyrannical government, dictators confiscate weapons. U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y. reported him to Capitol Police alleged, he is encouraging violence against Congress.
A security researcher among the foremost experts in his field sayst more than a half-billion mobile devices running Apple’s latest iOS operating system contain secret backdoors, including iPhones and tablets, contain hidden features that allow data to be surreptitiously taken from those devices.
German typewriter manufacturers are enjoying a boom in sales following the NSA spying scandal. A German defence manufacturer switched to typewriters last year, while last week a leading politician called for the government to use the old technology.
Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISS) warns United States, NATO attempting to create “new world order” out of Ukraine situation that will impose totalitarian global laws, regulations a “single system to issue money”, because this will meet resistance, threat of war needs to be maintained.
“The NSA will soon be able to collect 966 exabytes a year, the total of internet traffic annually. Former Google head Erich Schmidt once argued that the entire amount of knowledge from the beginning of humankind until 2003 amount to only five exabytes.”
Following a similar resolution passed last week by the U.S. House, the U.S. Senate voted Thursday night to support Israel’s ongoing invasion of the Gaza Strip. No dissenting vote was cast, and no mention was made of the hundreds of Palestinian civilians, most of whom are women and children, that have been killed by Israel in the past ten days.
The Tribune's analysis of more than 4 million tickets issued since 2007 and a deeper probe of individual cases revealed clear evidence that the deviations in Chicago's network of 380 cameras were caused by faulty equipment, human tinkering or both.
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights:world owes a “great deal” to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, he should not face trial for his revelations of sweeping state surveillance as they have served the public interest. Those who disclose human rights violations should be protected: we need them.
Drug Enforcement Administration under attack in Congress, resolve of longtime political allies; the White House and Justice Department to which it reports rapidly fades. GOP-controlled House recently voted to prohibit federal agents from busting medical marijuana operations legal under state laws.
2013 the number of babies under one year of age in the USA prescribed dangerous psychotropic drugs was well over a quarter-million. FDA prohibits prescribing psychiatric drugs to children under five. Psychiatrists and doctors are getting away with this.
New technology that presumably can screen people for mal-intent. System is called HandShake: special helmet that can pick up electromagnetic signals (EEG) and perform functional near-infrared imaging (fNIRs) which images blood flow changes in the brain.
The video appears on the official YouTube channel for Guardian Centers, an 830 acre “disaster preparedness and tactical training validation center” located in Georgia which is routinely used by FEMA and other government agencies to practice emergency response procedures.
Nation of Estonia has adopted a card residents use when they go to hospital, do their banking, shopping and when they vote. Plans to start issuing them to millions of non-citizens all over the planet who request them. The Economist, is calling for the entire planet to adopt this “national identification system.
Assembly Bill No. 1014, would permit secret seizure of California state resident’s guns, after one complaint they pose a risk. Even if no crime had committed, can be filed by family member, licensed therapist, licensed health care provider, any individual who files false petition guilty of misdemeanor.
The editor of two Russian-language newspapers who was seized last month in eastern Ukraine and who was believed to have been held by Ukrainian government forces has been found dead. Five foreign journalists killed since start of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, number of journalists detained.
Lost job due to the news coverage. Was seen on the national news purchasing pot from Spokane Green Leaf. Offered his job back because he was not high on the job and had used on his legitimate day off. Company policy prohibits being under the influence on the job. “The purchase of pot is legal.”
The White House officially admitted to a campaign of faking vaccination programs across the country while covertly stealing your DNA. This illegal, immoral, insane scheme to profile terrorists as part of war against Middle East. These terrorists would then be hunted down with DNA samples and executed.
The other night, I saw George Orwells's '1984' performed on the London stage. Although crying out for a contemporary interpretation, Orwell's warning about the future was presented as a period piece: remote, unthreatening, almost reassuring. It was as if Edward Snowden had revealed nothing, Big Brother was not now a digital eavesdropper and Orwell himself had never said, "To be corrupted by totalitarianism, one does not have to live in a totalitarian country."
My name is James Prigoff. I am 86 years old and a retired senior corporate executive, having been president of a Levi Strauss division and previously the senior vice president of the Sara Lee Corporation in Chicago. I am also a professional photographer...
A terminal cancer patient who says he grew marijuana to treat his tumors was found guilty of drug charges Wednesday by an Iowa jury that wasn't allowed to hear his defense. Suffers from severe angiosarcoma, a rare aggressive cancer of the blood vessels that produces large skin lesions.
Germany expelling the CIA chief in Berlin in retaliation forlatest espionage scandals 'in addition to existing issues. US agents were unmasked, suspected of acting as double agents within the state security apparatus, and passing secrets to US intelligence contacts.
Uruguay delayed legalized sale of marijuana until next year due to complications in implementing new law, according to President José Mujica on Wednesday. Uruguay is looking for a smooth transition – unlike in the US, where legalized marijuana has become available in a handful of states .
Unmasking of a spy who passed internal documents of German foreign intelligence service (BND) to CIA for money led to unusually sharp attacks by German politicians on the United States. Political reaction in Berlin has been fierce. Germany and US sliding into political crisis of unknown dimensions.”
US State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki: Ukraine government has every right to conduct attacks on civilians, as this upholds unity of the country. " Ukraine authorities are protecting the country. I think they have to have every right to do it, it is the same way to act in the international community."
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government is planning to scrap a no-spy agreement Germany has held with Britain and the United States since 1945 in response to an embarrassing US-German intelligence service scandal which has deeply soured relations between Berlin and Washington.
The British government is planning tougher legislation to curb the rights of public unions to organize strikes, amid a looming mass walkout of public sector workers. Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) rejecte plans to force unions to prove they have a majority support to strike.
UK government set to pass emergency laws requiring phone companies to hold detailed records of all phone calls, texts and internet usage for up to 12 months, every website their customers visit, as well as the identities of people they contacted by phone.
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