The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released the full text of the ubiquitous Trans Pacific Trade Partnership deal. It would affect your Internet privacy, your ability to choose whether or not to eat GM food, and could even force multiple countries’ citizens to lose their rights for free speech or a fair trial for commodities traded between corporations.
Televised screen shots taken Tuesday night of live election returns in Ohio provided by the Secretary of State's office showed hundreds of thousands of votes flipping from the "yes" to "no" column of Issue 3, the ballot measure to legalize marijuana.
Mexico's Supreme Court ruled 4-to-1 Wednesday that outlawing the possession and use of the marijuana plant represents a violation of fundamental human rights.
The Louisiana police department whose officers shot and killed an autistic 6-year-old child this week keep changing their story on what prompted their officers to shoot. Louisiana State Police Col. Mike Edmonson admitted no gun was found in the vehicle, or warrants.
Slammed to the ground and manhandled on video, a former student filed a civil rights lawsuit in federal court Thursday against two campus police officers for using excessive force and threatening to fire a Taser at another student recording the arrest. Warned for smoking a cigarette outside, the student was followed into the class and arrested for trespassing after showing the cops her student ID.
The “war on terror” was a hoax. Americans were deceived by policymakers, who are pursuing a hegemonic agenda. The American people were too trusting and too gullible and, consequently, Americans were easily betrayed by Washington and by the presstitute media. The consequences for Americans are an aborted Constitution, a police/spy state and rising resentment and hatred of America around the world.
More than 1,100 local, state, and tribal law enforcement departments responded to the 2015 National Drug Threat Survey. aCops do not perceive marijuana to be a threat. Drugs that cops are worried about are heroin and methamphetamine. Prince George’s County police blame recent spike in Maryland murders on decriminalization of marijuana – despite no evidence to back up their claim.
“Verizon scans the digital signatures of all inbound and outbound email messages to reduce the overall volume of spam on our network” and all email containing a hyperlink will be considered spam.
New Haven police department announced its plans this week to start stealing things from unsuspecting residents who leave their doors unlocked. According to Lt. Herbert Sharp of the NHPD, police are now taking private property from unlocked cars and bringing it to the station to “deter theft with no search warrant.
Ohio voters rejected a ballot measure that would have legalized the recreational and medical use of marijuana in the state, the Associated Press reported. The proposal would have only permitted a small set of investors to control the commercial pot industry.
An Ohio mother lost custody of her newborn daughter last month — over the objections of social workers — because she used a marijuana-based tea to treat labor pains.
Schools are no longer places of learning. They are places of punishment. Kids are punished for the most absurd reasons. Nothing more than behaving as a child brings on punishment. Schools have become places of control, repression, and punishment.
DHS/Coast Guard are spying on American boaters and they're forcing them to send their location to the Coast Guard every 15-30 seconds! DHS is forcing boaters to purchase their own transponders which can go from $500 dollars to thousands of dollars! These transponders will ping their speed and location to DHS/Coast Guard, FOREIGN governments and the UN!
House Republicans are pushing to give private debt collectors the right to target all unpaid tax bills, handing a traditional IRS responsibility over to an industry with a long record of consumer abuse.
In states that do revoke law enforcement licenses, the process can take years, enabling problem officers to find other jobs. And while there is a national index of decertified officers, contributing to it is voluntary and experts say the database, which is not open to the public, is missing thousands of names.
A former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department sergeant who was convicted of beating a visitor to a downtown jail and then falsifying reports about the incident was sentenced on Monday to eight years in prison.
"Airports are on the verge of becoming war zones, where anyone is liable to be stopped, questioned, and even searched merely on the basis of the on-the-spot exercise of discretion by police officers, nearly every stretch of interstate is considered a drug corridor.
In a yearlong investigation of sexual misconduct by U.S. law enforcement, The Associated Press uncovered about 1,000 officers who lost their badges in a six-year period for rape, sodomy and other sexual assault; sex crimes that included possession of child pornography; or sexual misconduct, represents only those officers whose licenses to work in law enforcement were revoked, and not all states take such action.
UK Police are asking the government for new surveillance powers to be able to view the Internet search history of every single person in the country. Richard Berry, the National Police Chiefs’ Council spokesman told The Guardian We essentially need the ‘who, where, when and what’ of any communication – who initiated it, where were they and when did it happened. And a little bit of the ‘what’, were they on Facebook, or a banking site.
Jonathan Lundgren’s research found bees and monarch butterflies can be harmed by a widely used class of insecticides. In a whistleblower case filed Wednesday, the United States Agriculture Department entomologist alleges he faced retaliation because of his research.
Starting next fall it will be illegal to install wood-burning heaters and stoves in new homes in at least one major American city: San Francisco. Even wood stoves certified as low emission by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will be banned.
MEPs voted 285 - 281 to recognise the NSA whistleblower's status as a "human rights defender" and asked member states to grant him protection from extradition to the US, where he is wanted under several Espionage Act charges.
"In the United States we have 2.2 million people in jail today, more than any other country. And we’re spending about $80 billion a year to lock people up. We need major changes in our criminal justice system—including changes in drug laws," the U.S. Senator from Vermont said.
Electronic Recovery and Access to Data (ERAD) Prepaid Card Reader. This tool, developed by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), is increasingly being deployed by local police departments, allows cops to swipe prepaid cards, check the balance, freeze the account and take all the money. The ostensible purpose is to go after “bad guys” with “dirty money,” as drug traffickers are turning to prepaid cards instead of bundles of cash when traveling. Will undoubtedly bring about more theft from innocent people, including those with no actual drugs.
The U.N. envoy charged with safeguarding free speech around the globe has declared in a dramatic new report that confidential sources and whistleblowers are a crucial element of a healthy democracy, and that governments should protect them rather than demonize them.
Law Enforcement Leaders to Reduce Crime and Incarceration — which includes the police chiefs of New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles, as well as high-level prosecutors and officials from all 50 states — announced the effort which aims to lower the prison population by reducing arrests for non-violent crimes, increasing mental health and drug addiction services and eliminating mandatory minimum sentences.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says that cell phone video recordings of police officers are interfering with the officers’ ability to do their jobs … and that is why the murder numbers are rising for his city. Emanuel blamed the higher murder rate on “the chilling effects of high-profile protests against police brutality and officers’ fear of cell phone videos of their actions going viral.”
Project Blue Beam — a government conspiracy to attempt to instill a New World Order by making the masses believe in a technologically simulated second coming of Christ.
If you believe in and exercise your rights under the Constitution (namely, your right to speak freely, worship freely, associate with like-minded individuals who share your political views, criticize the government, own a weapon, demand a warrant before being questioned or searched, or any other activity viewed as potentially anti-government, racist, bigoted, anarchic or sovereign), you have just been promoted to the top of the government’s terrorism watch list.
Of those 6,000 held, only 68 people were allowed access to attorneys or had their whereabouts released publicly. The vast majority of those held in Homan Square were done so under entirely illegal circumstances. No contemporaneous public record of someone’s presence at Homan Square is known to exist.
The $825,000 Z Backscatter Vans the NYPD drives around the city look like regular police vans, but are equipped with powerful X-rays that can see through walls and vehicles. NYPD’s refusal to disclose information is further undercut by the fact that other agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security, have already revealed the same types of information about similar technology.
Cables leaked by U.S. Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning reveal plot by the U.S. government to assassinate Bolivian President Evo Morales and overthrow his administration. TeleSUR, a Latin American TV network, reported last week the Bolivian government is continuing a formal investigation into the allegations, despite denials by U.S. government officials.
Saudi Arabia planning to behead and then publicly crucify a 21-year-old protester, who was a child at the time of his alleged ‘crime, sits on the United Nations’ Human Rights Council.
Federal officials plan to announce on Monday that all drones will have to be registered with the U.S. Transportation Department. U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and F.A.A. Administrator Michael Huerta will hold a press conference in Washington D.C. to explain the government’s plans to create a new registration system that all drone buyers will be required to use.
Darrel Whitman decided to sound the alarm over the dysfunction he had seen while working for OSHA. He was employed with the Whistleblower Protection Program within OSHA, and investigated claims of illegal activity and safety issues among workers. But after revealing that his department managers closed complaints to alleviate backlogs, altered reports, and failed to protect workers who complained, he was fired.
Google believes that screening and censoring information requested by its users will help avoid “websites full of misinformation” from showing up at the top of the search list. By sorting through the actual content of websites to determine whether or not they fit the official narrative for the particular idea or concept presented, the Knowledge Vault will act as a type of knowledge gatekeeper in censoring out information and content deemed to be “false.”
Fresh protests have sprung up protesting the actions of police an 18-year old black teen identified as Jason Goolsby was tackled and detained after a white couple reportedly called in a suspicious report on three black teens standing around a bank ATM. No crime was committed, but Goolsby was tacked after running from police responding to the call and “resisting,” which led to his being put in handcuffs. His friend was also detained for filming the incident and ‘interfering.’
Local News 10 spoke to a parent, whose child attends the school. They said police have been handing out citations to parents every day, although there is limited parking availability for parents.
“There is not enough parking here,” another parent, Alex Montes, said. “And they put a whole bunch of no parking signs that were not here last year. Now what they do is wait for the parents every morning and every afternoon to give us tickets.”
EPA is running a $160 million PR Machine, $715 million police agency, a near $1 billion employment agency for seniors, and a $1.2 billion in-house law firm,” said Adam Andrzejewski, the founder of Open the Books. From page 13 of the report: EPA agents have the latest state of the art ‘policing’ gear such as “guns and ammunition,” “camouflage and other deceptive equipment,” “night vision,” “unmanned aircraft,” “radar,” “body armor,” “surveillance equipment,” “mobile GPS monitors.
Tuesday, the Justice Department announced that they will release about 6,000 inmates between October 30 and November 2. This will be the largest ever one-time release of federal prisoners in the history of the United States.
A woman in Carlsbad, California is suing police after an officer punched her in the face while arresting her over an alleged seatbelt violation.
Police refuse to investigate an off-duty officer of using excessive force after mistaking an elderly stroke victim for a drunk driver; after throwing a 70-year-old man out of his truck, the cop restrained him on the ground by pressing his knee into a blocked artery on the side of the elderly man’s neck. Although he repeatedly informed the officer that he was suffering from a stroke, the enraged cop continued to manhandle him until other officers finally arrived.
Human rights are no longer a “top priority” for the Government, Britain’s most senior Foreign Office official has admitted, as ministers put resources into supporting trade deals ahead of tackling injustice in other parts of the world. In a remarkably frank admission to MPs, Sir Simon McDonald, Permanent Secretary at the Foreign Office, said that human rights no longer had the “profile” within his department that they had “in the past”.
British Prime Minister David Cameron stirred outrage this week when he rejected growing calls for slavery reparations and instead offered £25 million for a new prison that would allow his government to deport Jamaican nationals incarcerated in the UK to serve out their sentences on the Caribbean island.
New York State Republican assemblyman Steve Katz; voted against the legalization of medical marijuana in June, also sits on New York’s Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Committee charged with unlawful possession of marijuana. The police found the marijuana after they pulled him over for speeding 80 miles per hour in 65 mph zone. Katz said that this was merely an “unfortunate incident.”
Mexican councillor Olga Gutierrez Machorro believes that homeless people should be killed by lethal injection….and what makes this story even more surprising is Machorro is part of the Vulnerable Groups Commission, an organization dedicated to helping the homeless. She alleged that killing beggars was already going on unofficially.
FBI reports that 700,993 people were arrested for marijuana-related offenses in 2014. More than 88% were for simple possession. important to keep weed illegal to support the prison industry, drug testing labs, court-mandated treatment centers, law-enforcement budgets, fines, bonds, corrupt officials, and all the other businesses that make money from weed prohibition.
American people are beginning to see through the propaganda that confines them within The Matrix. A majority now understands that the US government represents a small oligarchy and not the citizens of the United States. Change requires awareness and knowledge of reality, and this awareness is now forming.
The parliament of Hungary passed a constitutional amendment Monday permitting deployment of the army at country’s borders to repel refugees, stop people search vehicles, use batons, rubber bullets and nets, search homes without a court order if they suspected presence of refugees.
An 18-year-old Palestinian girl was shot by Israeli troops at a Hebron checkpoint for allegedly refusing to show her purse or face and “trying to attack” a soldier. She died of multiple wounds in a hospital after bleeding in the street for 30 minutes.
Egypt has pardoned and released two al-Jazeera journalists; Canadian Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian national Baher Mohamedwho had been jailed for disseminating “false news” in a trial widely criticised as a political charade by human rights groups and international observers.
Recently FDA-approved microchip in a pill will be the perfect excuse to place surveillance inside our bodies, cost billions to develop.
Bernie Sanders introduced a bill that bans private prisons and eliminates quotas for number of immigrants held in detention. Sanders: “We cannot fix our criminal justice system if corporations are allowed to profit from mass incarceration;”incentivizes locking people up for cheap labor, must no longer be an acceptable business model. We have to end the private prison racket in America.
Justice Department obtained a court order this summer demanding that Apple turn over, in real time, text messages between suspects using iPhones. Apple's response: Its iMessage system was encrypted and the company could not comply.
Presidents, politicians, and government leaders have affirmed that a secret government truly rules planet Earth; U.S. Presidents Woodrow Wilson, John F. Kennedy, Dwight Eisenhower, Theodore Roosevelt, Senator William Jenner, New York City Mayor John F. Hylan.
A US teenager has been detained with the use of force and hit with a baton.several times for what witnesses described as jaywalking in Stockton, California. The 16-year-old boy was charged with trespassing and resisting arrest.
Putting people in jail for non-violent crimes is mostly about revenue-generation for the state. An entire economy, jobs, etc. is based around war on drugs, continues even though marijuana has already been legalized in several states. California Department of Corrections: 5,887 persons serving “Three Strikes” sentences. More than 19% sentenced for drug crimes, 32 sentenced to life for marijuana, in a state where medical marijuana is legal.
President Obama announced a new executive order on Tuesday which authorizes federal agencies to conduct behavioral experiments on U.S. citizens in order to advance government initiatives.
Schools increasingly resemble places of detention more than places of learning. From metal detectors to drug tests, increased policing, electronic surveillance, reflect a society fixated on crime, security and violence.” In the American police state, you’re either a prisoner (shackled, controlled, monitored, ordered about, limited in what you can do and say, your life not your own) or a prison bureaucrat (police officer, judge, jailer, spy, profiteer, etc.).
Nearly one third of Americans could imagine supporting a military coup d'état against their own government in the United States, according to a new survey. The YouGov poll found that 29 percent of people in the US could imagine supporting the overthrow of the American government. The survey also showed that 43 percent of Republicans would support a military overthrow, while 20 percent of Democrats and 29 percent of independents would.
Newly-appointed acting Drug Enforcement Administration chief Chuck Rosenberg supports marijuana’s controversial classification alongside hardcore drugs like heroin as a Schedule I narcotic with no medical use.
The laws of physics fail, low temperature fires cause steel-framed buildings to collapse at free-fall speed, for the first time in history. Explosion-proof passports, survive the destruction discovered on top of the debris. World Trade Center leaseholder Larry Silverstein insure the buildings against terrorist attack only six weeks previously.
The 1st Amendment protects speech, religion, assembly and the press: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. The Supreme Court has also interpreted the First Amendment as protecting freedom of association. However, the government is arresting those speaking out … and violently crushing peaceful assemblies which attempt to petition the government for redress.
62-year-old Jeff Mizanskey, imprisoned more than two decades on a nonviolent marijuana- charge, released from Jefferson City Correctional Center. Mizanskey was initially sentenced to life in prison without parole for buying pot. Even in states where cannabis is legal, most cannabis convicts have yet to be pardoned and released.
Welcome to America today. It is a land in which facts have been redefined as enemy propaganda, a land in which legally protected whistleblowers are redefined as “fifth columns” or foreign agents subject to extermination, a land in which America is immune from criticism and all crimes are blamed on those whom Washington intends to rule.
A 24-year-old male who was arrested for stealing $5 worth of groceries was found dead in his jail cell last Wednesday after being held behind bars and without bail for almost four months. “As of right now it is deemed ‘natural causes’,” said Natasha Perry, the master jail officer at the Hampton Roads regional jail in Portsmouth. Mitchell’s family believes he died from starvation after refusing to eat and take his medications.
The unidentified gunman reportedly shot the officer from behind, walking up and then firing again when deputy Goforth had fallen to the ground. There has been no indication of the gunman’s motive. A manhunt for the suspectis underway.
An assistant professor in the law department of the US Military Academy at West Point has argued that legal scholars critical of the war on terrorism represent a “treasonous” fifth column that should be attacked as enemy combatants.
Mobile internet services have been blocked in the Indian state of Gujarat(home to nearly 63 million people), following violent protests led by the Patel community after one of its leaders was detained by local police in Ahmedabad.
North Dakota has become the first state to legalize drones equipped with non lethal weapons for the police. North Dakota will be able to equip their drones with less than lethal weapons like rubber bullets and tasers.
Our government is stepping up its plans to search EVERYONE, ANYWHERE, whether you're travelling by air, rail, ferry or bus. Beginning this week and almost four years since writers warned Americans that our government wants to search people on trains, its finally become a reality!
The United States has far exceeded the horrific tolls of the gulags. US prison system total is higher than 19 million, more than the 18 million locked up in the gulag system over those forty years. The private prison companies, rely on a certain number of inmates for free slave labor industry.
The State Duma’s vice speaker has asked the Russian government to ban the use of the Windows 10 OS among Russian civil servants over fears the American software may give access to classified information and Russian officials’ personal data.
Cannabis is, in fact, extremely effective in fighting cancer, the US government admitted last week. The drug, illegal throughout most of the United States, is now recommended by the government’s official cancer advice website. Cannabis can also act as an anti-inflammatory agent, prevent the growth of cancer cells, block the flow of blood vessels to tumours, and help relieve muscle spasms caused by multiple sclerosis.
Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich linked “rhetoric” from supporters of the U.S. Constitution to violent anti-government groups and ISIS this week in an exposé on the officer’s fight against “homegrown extremists.” The Washington state sheriff draws comparisons to the ISIS terrorist group while railing against everyone from Infowars’ Alex Jones to Washington State Rep. Matthew Shea.“There are some of those folks that want to overthrow the government, period. They want to hit a reset button,” Knezovich said. “If they’re willing to lie to get that reset button -- this is how ISIS starts.”
Jerry Hartfield, pictured here at the visiting area of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice prison outside Gatesville, remains behind bars despite his murder conviction being overturned in 1980.
Obama has permitted the corrupt US Department of Justice (sic), over which he wields authority, to overturn the ruling of a US Federal Court of Appeals that prisoners sentenced illegally to longer terms than the law permits must be released once the legal portion of their sentence is served. The DOJ, devoid of all integrity, compassion, and sense of justice, said that “finality” of conviction was more important than justice
I have been contacted by attorney John Remington Graham, a member in good standing of the bar of the Minnesota Supreme Court and the United States Supreme Court. He informs me that acting in behalf of Maret Tsanaeva, the aunt of the accused Tsamaev brothers and a citizen of the Kyrgyz Republic where she is qualified to practice law, he has assisted her in filing with the US District Court in Boston a pro se motion, including an argument of amicus curiae, and an affidavit of Maret Tsarnaeva. The presiding judge has ordered that these documents be included in the formal record of the case so they will be publicly accessible. The documents are reproduced below.
Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush said Tuesday that the government should have broad surveillance powers of Americans and private technology firms should cooperate better with intelligence agencies to help combat “evildoers.”
New York Times reported allegations that prison guards systematically tortured inmates at Clinton Correctional Facility in upstate New York following the high profile escape of two inmates. More than 60 prisoners filed complaints claiming that they suffered abuse, including beatings, stranglings and death threats. Most significant, however, was the apparent personal involvement of New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, a Democrat, in these brutal actions.
In this latest episode of his TeleSUR show “Days of Revolt,” Truthdig columnist, author and activist Chris Hedges takes on the considerable and timely topics of police brutality and entrenched racism in America.
Did you know that only a handful of corporations, 6 to be exact, control over 90 percent of the media? That means nearly everything we hear on the radio, read in the news, and see on television (including ‘news’). I’m talking about General Electric (GE), News-Corp, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner, and CBS.
Inmates in a Tennessee jail are being used as slave labor to benefit the private company belonging to detention center employees, two former prisoners claim.
Classified NSA documents published by the New York Times and ProPublica this weekend have further exposed the vast scale of collaboration between the US National Security Agency (NSA) and the major telecommunications giants in carrying out illegal and unconstitutional spying operations. The new documents, which come from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, originate from between 2003 and 2013.
Did you know that only a handful of corporations, 6 to be exact, control over 90 percent of the media? That means nearly everything we hear on the radio, read in the news, and see on television (including ‘news’). I’m talking about General Electric (GE), News-Corp, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner, and CBS.
With his unprecedented number of oppressive executive orders bypassing both US Congress and constitutional rule of law, the ex-constitutional lawyer himself President Obama has become a bona fide dictator and traitor exercising tyranny over the people of the United States. According to McLean and McMillan’s Oxford Concise Dictionary of Politics, essential features present in tyranny and dictatorship are that “the abuse of the state’s coercive force operates in the absence of rule of law” but instead by “rule of the tyrant’s arbitrary treatment of citizens if not by outright systematic use of terror.
The executive summary of the Senate torture report, released last December, exposed a system of abuse that was far more brutal than the CIA ever admitted to the White House, Congress, the courts, or the American public. But for all its revelatory, gruesome details, it also revealed more about what we don’t know.
HEMPSTEAD, Texas (AP) — Dozens of heavily armed demonstrators rallied in Southeast Texas to protest the arrest and jail-cell death of a black woman arrested after a confrontation with a white state trooper during a traffic stop.
Scientists at Russia’s National Research Nuclear University MEPhI in Moscow have developed this country’s first handset for smartphones which protects users against concealed tapping. The researchers at MEPhI’s Engineering Center are said to have come up with a wireless handset that not only wards off covert tapping but also enables secure text communication through a mobile app.
“Students won’t need their ID to enter the dining center anymore,” said Stephen Barr, director of campus services at VCU. “With iris identification, it’s as simple as a camera taking a picture of their eyes and two seconds later they walk through.”
California, where legislators are now moving forward with plans to force childhood vaccines on all adults who work in daycare centers, both private and public. ho work in daycare centers, both private and public. Senate Bill 792, also known as the “Day care facilities immunizations act.
A partnership with NASA has enabled Google to test-fly its drones in US airspace, dodging federal aviation regulations. Citing current rules as too restrictive, several US tech companies have conducted their drone research elsewhere.
Limits on ATM Withdrawals for Welfare Recipients in Kansas. Revocation of Driver’s License in Iowa For Missing Student Loan Payments;Tennessee will revoke nursing license of a nurse who fails to make student loan payments. Arkansas Arrests and Prosecutes People for Missing Rent Payments; in many cases, a sentence of jail time. Using the Poor as ATMs: Harsh Financial Penalties for Minor Infractions and Traffic Violations. The Return of Debtors’ Prisons. Voter Identification Requirements Suppress Poor People’s Votes.
Lily Hughes, a member of the Campaign to End the Death Penalty, describes how racism is aided and abetted by prosecutors in America's injustice system. IN EARLY June of this year, the State Bar of Texas stripped Charles Sebesta of his law license and formally disbarred him. His crime? Prosecutorial misconduct that led to the wrongful conviction of exonerated death row prisoner Anthony Graves.
This third grader was shackled and crying out in pain for 15 minutes. He was restrained because of behavior related to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and a history of trauma. A member of the school's staff videotaped the incident.
The Obama administration’s central strategy against strong encryption seems to be waging war on the companies that are providing and popularizing it: most notably Apple and Google. The intimidation campaign got a boost Thursday when a blog that frequently promotes the interests of the national security establishment raised the prospect of Apple being found liable for providing material support to a terrorist.
Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz: Second Amendment is an “absurd thing” in our constitution, our legal framework needs to be adjusted “to create a presumption against gun ownership instead of in favor of gun ownership.”Guns should not be available to people generally;if you want a gun you should have to go to the police or other authorities, borrow a gun for self-defense or hunting, be required to return it when finished using it.
Cincinnati, Ohio police officer Ray Tensing accused of killing an unarmed black man during a traffic stop for not having a front license plate indicted by a grand jury, charged with murder. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters:"I have been doing this 30 years, this is the most asinine act by a police officer I have ever seen," "This is without question a murder."
A special transmitter releases high-frequency oscillations converted into sound in the brain without any acoustic signals travelling through the ear. U.S. patent 5,159,703 for “silent subliminal presentation system; nonaural carriers, very low or very high audio frequency range or amplitude or frequency modulated with the desired intelligence and propagated acoustically or vibrationally, for inducement into the brain.
The UK government's plans to deploy troops on Britain’s streets in the event of a major terrorist attack is an overreaction, could lead to dangerous trend of replacing civilian with military personnel; Baroness Jenny Jones, London Assembly member and deputy chair of the Police and Crime Committee.
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