Police shot innocent man 23 times while surrounded by a half dozen officers. Those officers attempted to plant evidence, tamper with crime scene, make false statements and stage a massive cover up for a murder. Tried to plant multiple knives on his body and claim that he “had a knife.
David Hinkson discovered and manufactured mineral replacement health products that combine with vitamins to rebuild the body’s own natural disease fighting immune system. A mineral is not a drug; and, since David kept the minerals in their pure form, the FDA and “Big Pharma” could not stop him from selling them. But it was within their power to falsely accuse him of mislabeling his products – a felony.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency; plans to allocate additional funding for National Guard occupation of St. Louis. Tripled the number of troops in St. Louis region last week, from 700 to 2,200. Performing roving patrols, carried out arrests at demonstrations. Providing security at 100 locations in region, including police, fire, utility stations, hospitals, shopping malls, stadiums,
British police have uncovered a huge factory unit filled with cannabis plants right next to their South Wales headquarters in the town of Bridgend. According to police the plants were grown in insulated boxes so that they would not be detectable by thermal imaging.
An African-American man, out for a walk on a cold Michigan day, was stopped by police after a caller reported that he looked suspicious because he had his hands in his pockets. Well, you were making people nervous,” the officer explained, replied that he had to check it out.
A pregnant St. Louis woman is now blind in one eye after St. Louis County Police shot a bean-bag round at a vehicle she was riding in as the car drove away from a gas station near Ferguson, Missouri early Tuesday.
A UN report Released by the UN Committee Against Torture condemned the United States for violating terms of an international anti-torture treaty. The panel took Washington to task for police brutality, military interrogations, and capital punishment protocols.
New York state health officials stopped nonprofit group from providing free medical care to thousands lacking health insurance during four-day dental conference. The nonprofit, Remote Area Medical, raised $3 million, enlisted hundreds of volunteer doctors, other medical workers to offer health services, including dental care, new eyeglasses, other services, planned to treat 7,000 patients.
Police bashed in face and head of David Nelson Flores, sweeps 25-year-old Mayra Lazos-Guerroro’s legs out from under her. The obviously pregnant woman falls hard onto her stomach and face,she begins to scream in agony.
FBI data released the past month reveals so-called “justifiable homicides” reached record high last year, number of officers killed in line of duty fell to lowest level in decades. According to the data, 461 Americans killed by police officers in 2013, 27 police officers killed by civilians.
Air Force: “The Predator system will be used to carry out reconnaissance missions, surveillance and the acquisition of targets,” no details of where the drones will be used. Could use Predators for the surveillance of protests, drones able to stay in the air for more than 20 hours.
At least 400 protesters arrested over the past three days across the US, 200 activists were detained in Los Angeles. 2,000 National Guard forces were sent to step up security in Ferguson.
Donetsk and Lugansk banks are closed and cash machines and credit cards aren’t working. Disrupted social payments to the elderly, after local banks received an order from Ukraine’s central bank this week to “suspend” operations. Kiev is cutting economic ties with rebel-held areas by freezing bank accounts and stopping social payments.
South Korea could fine citizens $27,000 or put them in prison three years for using unregistered version of a ‘selfie-stick ’allowing the user to take a picture remotely without a timer. They are technically communication devices using radio waves for the wireless connection, need to be tested and certified to ensure they don’t interfere with other devices.
“If you dress police officers up as soldiers and you put them in military vehicles and you give them military weapons, they adopt a warrior mentality. We fight wars against enemies, and the enemies are the people who live in our cities—particularly in communities of color.” -—Thomas Nolan, criminology professor and former police officer
US police have launched another crackdown on protests triggered by a grand jury's failure to indict a white police officer in the killing of an unarmed black teen in Ferguson, Missouri. Police arrested several protesters who tried to storm City Hall in Saint Louis Wednesday; however, number of them made it into the building.
Mass arrests are being reported in Los Angeles, where protesters are demonstrating against the LAPD. Police have declared an unlawful assembly, with local reporters saying protesters have thrown objects at police. Officers at the scene also have batons out.
According to account Hagel gave, he told Obama: “We are at a time where there is a new world order.”“We don’t control it. You must question everything, every assumption, everything they” — the military and diplomats — “tell you. Any assumption 10 years old is out of date. You need to question our role. You need to question the military. You need to question what are we using the military for.” Hagel is said to have told the President.
St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar spoke with reporters at a press conference after a night of looting and burned-out businesses after the grand jury announcement. He said he was grateful nobody was killed but disappointed at the amount of damage in the Ferguson area.
Four French companies executing the bulk of court-sanctioned electronic surveillance have refused all new requests, accusing the country’s justice ministry of depriving them of lucrative future spying contracts. Ministry of Justice to sue companies that refuse to provide services, €750 fines.
A St. Louis County grand jury declined to indict officer Darren Wilson, 28, for firing six shots in an August confrontation that killed 18-year-old Michael Brown in a case that set off violent protests and racial unrest throughout the nation.
United States House of Representatives passed a bill that effectively kicks the scientists out of the EPA’s Scientific Advisory Board, allows industry representatives to serve on the advisory board even when they have a direct conflict of interest with the board’s advisory activities.
Rapper Brandon Duncan's new album features a picture of a gun and bullets on its front cover, could be first artist to go to jail for his album art. Prosecutors will reportedly try to prove the album art "willfully promotes, furthers, or assists in any felonious criminal conduct by members of that gang."
“Martial law is necessary and we cannot lift it because the government and junta need it as the army’s tool,” Justice Minister Gen. Paiboon Koomchaya told the news agency. “We are not saying that martial law will stay in place for 50 years, no this is not it, we just ask that it remain in place for now, indefinitely.”
Salt Lake Tribune. Police account for more killings than gangs, drug dealers or from child abuse, the newspaper reported, but less than spouse or dating-partner fatalities.
"For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence--on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day. It is a system that has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations. Its preparations are concealed, not published. Its mistakes are buried not headlined. Its dissenters are silenced, not praised. No expenditure is questioned, no rumor is printed, and no secret is revealed
Mexio gripped by deepening political crisis amidst mass protests over disappearance and likely massacre of 43 student teachers. The military threatened to intervene as popular anger mounts against the government and the entire political apparatus.
Federal Bureau of Investigation has dispatched 100 agents to the St. Louis, Missouri area ahead of an expected grand jury decision over whether to bring charges against Darren Wilson, the Ferguson, Missouri police officer who killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown in August.
Brandon Duncan has no criminal record, could face a life sentence of 25 years in prison as prosecutors say his latest album lent artistic motivation for a recent string of gang-related shootings, not charged with discharging or providing firearms in the shootings, prosecutors say his musical lyrics encourage gang behavior.
Martial law in Thailand will remain in place “indefinitely,” the country’s justice minister told Reuters in an interview nearly six months after the military overthrew the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
The UN Arms Trade Treaty [ATT] 122 nation gun ban including USA, signed by Obama to go into effect Christmas; United Nations Office of Disarmament Affairs [UNODA] The UN ATT is a global ban on private gun ownership. Each signatory agrees to relinquish national sovereignty, place UN in charge of enacting gun laws. UNODA admits that in 68 of those nations, no legislative body has approved the treaties.
Texas Rangers, raided the Santa Rosa Police Department. Cameron County D.A. Luis Saenz was unforthcoming about the investigation, involved allegations of missing files and evidence.
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — A police standoff reached a dramatic conclusion when over thirty homes were evacuated and a SWAT team used explosives to blow through the structure of the home they were surrounding, inadvertently causing the floor to collapse.
H.R. 1422, which passed 229-191, would shake up the EPA’s Scientific Advisory Board, placing restrictions on scientists and creating room for experts with overt financial ties to the industries affected by EPA regulations. White House threatened to veto the bill, said it would “negatively affect appointment of experts and weaken scientific independence and integrity of the SAB.”
While filming a routine stop and search of her boyfriend on the London Underground, Gemma suddenly found herself detained, handcuffed and threatened with arrest. Act of Terror tells the story of her fight to bring the police to justice and prevent this happening to anyone else, ever again.
Senate leaders failed to get the 60 votes needed to advance The USA Freedom Act - which would have limited the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of phone records
Menlo Park, California license plate readers captured 263,430 images of ordinary people’s license plates. only 141 provoked a “hit” in the system, majority were deemed to be a “false read. Only one case when the data was used to solve a crime, the recovery of a stolen car.
US government 1945. tested highly radioactive substances on overall healthy patients through secret injections administered by government agents.
Lawyers for the state have resisted court orders they expand parole programs, reasoning not that releasing inmates early is logistically impossible or would threaten public safety, but instead that prisons won’t have enough minimum security inmates left to perform inmate jobs. Prison inmates are paid less than $2 per day.
Federal drug agents raided a number of NFL teams under suspicion of illegally dispensing legal drugs to their players. TSA involved in DEA investigation into illegal use of legal drugs in the NFL, attempting to prove that NFL teams dispense prescription drugs without labels or licensed doctors present.
The governor of the US state of Missouri has declared a state of emergency and put the National Guard on alert as protests over the police killing of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown continue.
Governor Jay Nixon:the measure is in anticipation of more unrest as a grand jury deliberates bringing criminal charges against the white police officer who killed Brown in the town of Ferguson August 9.
Internet users would be forced to pay a new federal tax on their monthly bills if the government approves regulations endorsed by President Obama; Commissioner Mike O'Reilly Federal Communications Commission. Law requires telecommunications companies to pay into FCC’s “Universal Service Fund”, likely require the same of Internet companies. Fees would be “passed off” to customers.
“Save a Life – Surrender Your Knife” program in full swing, police join forces with growing trend in United Kingdom to ban “pointy” knives. An “amnesty” program began at the end of August, “more than 800 knives have been handed in across the county. BBC: a kitchen knife an all too available weapon.”
When you are a citizen you have rights. Rights are special privileges the government gives you. Given the right to vote, which will be an “honor.” It goes on to tell us to pay our taxes. This is what eight-year-old kids are being indoctrinated to believe in this country.
UK Governmentn making radical moves to censor internet within its borders, major internet service providers in the country all agreed to go along with new censorship regulations, government sources reported Facebook and Google will also be participating in effort to block content government finds undesirable, in the UK and Australia.
Activists in Ferguson, where an unarmed black teen was shot by a white cop in August, have voiced anger over reports that the shooter is allowed to return to work if not charged by a grand jury.
Police charged into a dark field to arrest teenagers for consuming alcohol without government permission, killed young woman. Samantha Ramsey struck by four bullets to the chest, ripping through her liver, spleen, and heart, both of her arms. Recent high school graduate, aspiring teacher. Deputy Tyler Brockman will not face any consequences for killing Samantha Ramsey. ►Samantha Ramsey shooting: Witness reenactment
The shooting of a black teen by a white police officer was followed by riots, looting, and civil unrest that lasted for weeks. Local officials believe that it doesn’t matter which way the verdict goes: violence will most likely erupt again.
Canada's lawful access/cyberbullying bill (C-13) Everyone should have to apply for a license to use the internet, wants a database of internet users.
The financial penalty for skipping out on health coverage will more than triple to $325 per person in 2015, or 2 percent of income, depending on whichever is higher. Children will be fined at half the adult rate, or $162.50 for those under 18 years old. If you fail to sign up for Obamacare and refuse to pay your penalty your house will be raided by armed IRS agents, seized by the government, and you’ll be imprisoned for tax evation.
Florida parents and students were frightened by an unannounced active shooter drill that took place at a middle school Thursday, but officials and police defend not giving prior warning. It wasn’t until the “lockdown active shooter drill” was complete that parents were notified about it through an email. Polk County Schools spokesman Jason Geary told WTVT the drill was handled according to standard protocols
Wednesday, the United Nations Committee Against Torture began its review of the United States’ record on torture at the infamous Guantánamo and in our prisons, police forces, and immigration facilities. U.S. delegation acknowledged, “we crossed the line” on torture.
War on drugs is frequently cited as a major factor in the breakdown of civil liberties and police-community relations. After 9/11, we saw a paradigm shift from community policing and problem-oriented principles to the war on terror, and became Homeland Security police.
Justice Department is engaged in dragnet surveillance using aircraft equipped with a device that mimics a cellphone tower and scoops up data from thousands of mobile phone users to hunt for criminal suspects.
While violence among citizens has dropped, violence against citizens carried out by police has been rising sharply. 461 felony suspects were shot by police last year, which is the highest number seen in decades. Nn the same time period gun sales soared across the country
Uninsured Americans who do not to enroll face a penalty of $325 per person, tripling $95 penalty those who did not enroll had to pay the first time around. Children under age of 18 will be fined $162.50. The maximum amount an uninsured family will be penalized is $975 under the flat-rate method.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA): The same corporate interests who have taken over control of Congress are now gaining control of U.S. courts, too many federal judges have been drawn in recent years from the ranks of corporate lawyers and federal prosecutors.
Two UN organizations, the WHO and UNICEF, caught administering “tetanus vaccines” laced with sterilizing agents to girls and women in Kenya. Lab tests recently conducted found an antigen that causes miscarriages in the vaccines.
A new study shows over 11,000 Brazilians were killed in police operations between 2009 and 2013, averaging six deaths each day, Press TV reports. Sao Paulo-based NGO,; Brazilian Forum on Public Safety: accusing police of making "abusive use of lethal force."
The Department of Homeland Security’s “See Something, Say Something” campaign is giving out free promotional mouse pads at NFL games that urge attendees to watch their fellow Americans for “unusual behavior,” report any suspicious activity.
The so-called ‘architect’ of Obamacare said in a 2013 panel that “lack of transparency” was useful in passing the historic healthcare legislation given the “stupidity of the American voter,” or the opaqueness that passing such a major law involves.
Princeton researchers Martin Gilens and Benjamin I. Page: over the past few decades America’s political system has slowly transformed from a democracy into an oligarchy, where wealthy elites wield most power.
Obama is trying to rush the confirmation of his new Attorney General Loretta Lynch through the Senate before the newly elected Republican majority takes over. Much has been written about "civil asset forfeiture," in which police routinely steal billions of dollars worth of private property without even so much as criminal charges. Loretta Lynch and her US attorney’s office has benefited from it to the tune of nearly a BILLION dollars.
Missouri national guard will be on standby to deal with any protests after a grand jury announces its decision on whether to charge the police officer who shot dead an unarmed teenager, Michael Brown, the state governor announced on Tuesday.
350 years after abolished licensing of the press, whereby every publisher had to get permission of the government before he could press and promote his ideas new system of licensing is being proposed; “extremism disruption orders” require a licence from the government before you can speak in public.
DEA agent who shot an innocent grandmother during a botched raid on her home will not face any charges. New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph Foster announced last week that the shooting was accidental, therefore no charges will be filed against the agent involved.
Student Mohamed T. 21, arrested Sunday while in possession of two cell phones without batteries, two USB drives, a hard disk and a copy of the novel 1984 that speaks about a dictatorial ruling party that criminalizes political rebellion. Orwell: no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it.
Two U.S. Marines charged with felony assault and battery charges in altercation with San Diego police officers face being dishonorably discharged from the service if convicted,three years in prison. The Marines claim they were rendering aid to a unconscious victim on the ground when police attacked them.
FBI released its Uniform Crime Report for 2013, finds one marijuana possession arrest occurred per minute last year, total of 609,423 arrests in 2013. America spends $3.6 billion per year on these arrests. Police spent more time and resources arresting people for drugs than they did arresting rapists, murderers, pedophiles, or any other offense. Of those drug arrests, marijuana possession comprised the majority.
Gwent Police accidentally sprayed class of four and five year olds with pepper spray at school in Wales during botched weapons demonstration. The weapons were accidentally deployed during visit from officers to Ysgol Gymraeg Gilfach Fargoed, in Bargoed, Caerphilly, while giving a lesson on police equipment.
Walnuts have been classified as ‘drugs’ by the US Food & Drug Administration, and that some companies have been accused of misbranding them, only to be subject to government“seizure or injunction.”
Two New York Police Department officers indicated for assaulting teenager during marijuana arrest after he raised his hands to surrender, knocked some of the suspect's teeth out when he hit him in the face with his gun.
A New Mexico judge recently dismissed a DWI case against a man beaten so badly by an Albuquerque cop that he had to have surgery to remove a ruptured testicle. The officer then destroyed a bystander’s video of the incident, leading to the dropped charges.
New York Police Department ordered its narcotics unit to stop its marijuana “buy-and-bust” policing, plainclothes officer approaches a drug seller asking for a bag of marijuana.During the arrest, searches for other illegal contraband like guns.
A totally disabled, wheelchair-using, great-grandmother in Kentucky is fighting to remain in her home of 39 years after a bank has presented what she claims to be a forged document to a Daviess County judge claiming that she owes more than $48,000.
Florida parents are calling for a Greenacres Police Department officer to be fired after he reportedly broke their 14-year-old daughter’s arm while attempting a warrantless search of her cell phone because he believed that she had video of a fight on her cell phone.
CPS caseworker ultimately determined that Alex's mother's frequent seizures (a medical condition), coupled with marijuana use, warranted removal from the home, and Alex was placed with a foster family. Alex was placed in foster home, with Sherill Small, admitted to Rockdale police that Alex's injuries came from her slamming the toddler onto the floor of the home where she lived with her husband.
The surveillance systems’ “Live Look In” feature will allow the MBTA’s headquarters and individual patrol cars to access video from any bus in real-time. Screens at the front of each bus will allegedly show riders where their cameras are currently aimed.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz : ‘Adult children stuck in their parents’ basements because they can’t find adequate employment should take unpaid work to bolster résumés as they wait for the recovery to take hold’. Centre of planning and Economic Research in Greece proposed measure: unpaid work for the young unemployed so companies would have a strong motive to hire young employees.
A 14-year-old boy from Amarillo, Texas, was reportedly hurt by a police officer after he refused to remove his rosary beads at a middle school football game Wednesday night.
Electronics specialist John McArthur, now unemployed, says he is living off 16p tins of spaghetti and without heating after being sanctioned by a jobcentre for refusing to work unpaid for LAMH Recycle in Motherwell, a Scottish social enterprise.
President Obama’s executive policy, Now is the Time: The President’s Plan to Protect Our Children and Our Communities by Reducing Gun Violence; broader motives and agendas: to persuade population it has one or more undiagnosed mental or emotional “disorders” that require treatment, all youth are potential time bombs that must be closely monitored.
Long thought of as just a convenient way to advertise tires and provide aerial coverage of football games, blimps have become a low-tech-meets-high-tech surveillance tool in some of the world's most dangerous locations. The Royal Singapore Air Force just announced that it will send a tethered aerostat platform aloft in early 2015 to complement the RSAF's suite of airborne and ground-based radars.
A monitoring program in an Alabama school district paid a former FBI agent $157,000 to monitor the social-media interactions of students, resulting in 14 expulsions last year. 12 of the 14 students expelled owing to social-media monitoring were black.
'Sharing food' is now a criminal offense, crackdown by police and other government officials on community leaders that try to offer free food to the homeless who are desperately in need. 60 days in jail for ‘sharing of food’ in Fort Lauderdale.
Three American consumers have filed a federal lawsuit against Apple, alleging that faults in iMessage, the iPhone’s texting service, amount to wiretapping because iMessage “intercepts” and retains messages that should be delivered to Android users.
. In an effort to better serve advertisers, Verizon Wireless has been silently modifying its users’ web traffic on its network to inject a cookie-like tracker. It allows third-party advertisers and websites to assemble a deep, permanent profile of visitors’ web browsing habits without their consent.
The Pentagon has scaled back its plan to assemble an overseas spy service that could have rivaled the CIA in size, backing away from a project that faced opposition from lawmakers who questioned its purpose and cost.
People getting sent to debtors’ prisons, ,companies that people owe money usually sell off the debt to a collection agency, whichfiles a lawsuit against the debtor requiring a court appearance. A notice to appear in court is supposed to be given to the debtor. If they fail to show up, a warrant is issued for their arrest.”
According to figures released by the office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) (ODNI) and the Department of Defense, the United States Intelligence Community, a federation of 17 government spy agencies, gobbled up some $80 billion in 2011.
The FBI is attempting to persuade Washington to change its rules of engagement in order to seize significant new powers to hack into and carry out surveillance of computers throughout the US and around the world.
Snowden’s latest revelations were published on Glenn Greenwald’s site, The Intercept, on Monday, just one day after the German newsweekly Der Spiegel reported that Israeli intelligence spied on US Secretary of State John Kerry during recent Middle East peace talks.
The Spanish government recently passed an intellectual property law that will impose taxes on websites and blogs that "post a snippet of and/or link to" copyrighted material, includes taxing Google whose entire platform is based on linking to outside content. will tax any website that links to Spanish media stories.
Metropolitan Police uses secret surveillance technology to follow suspects and gather data from their mobile phones, The Times reports. The gathering is done to all active mobiles within a certain range – including those belonging to innocent people.
Brazil is building a cable across the Atlantic to escape the reach of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), one of many ways the Brazilian government is breaking ties with American technology companies. The 3,500-mile fiber-optic cable will stretch from Fortaleza to Portugal, estimated cost of $185 million.
A mother of a 15 year old could be facing jail time for using cannabis oil to help her son with the side effects of his brain injury. Her son was finally seeing relief from daily migraines, muscle spasms and uncontrollable outbursts.
A billboard challenging Amazon to fully disclose the terms of its $600 million contract to provide cloud computing services for the Central Intelligence Agency has been unveiled at a busy intersection near Amazon’s Seattle headquarters.
The latest encryption measures adopted by Google and Apple to beef up users’ security seem futile in light of firms like Hacking Team, which are offering software that allows authorities to bypass encryptions on personal devices,
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