An undercover video taped in 2012 showed Idaho dairy workers beating cows, prompting criminal convictions. State lawmakers responded -- by banning undercover videos.
Retired pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, a possible Republican presidential candidate, is weighing in on the contentious issue of mandatory vaccinations – asserting people shouldn’t be allowed to refuse shots on religious or philosophical grounds.
Chief Justice James Hardesty testified before Senate Finance and Ways and Means subcommittee the court needed $700,000 by May 1 or it will be out of money, added law enforcement not generating amount of revenue from traffic tickets as it once did, that’s robbing high court of funds. Illinois, speeding tickets produce money for state budget, very little going to local governments.
The online employment service Jobaline.com doesn’t really use the face-to-face interviews, but rather feeds research and algorithms into a computer, which then judges candidates based on how their voice sounds. There are, apparently, different choices for different voices.
Late United States Marine Corps Major General Smedley D. Butler retirement speech titled “War is a Racket”. wrote longer version as a small book. exposed the Business Plot, an alleged plan to overthrow the U.S. government.told congressional committee a group of wealthy businessmen (including individuals from General Motors, Prescott Bush, grandfather of George Bush Jr., J.P. Morgan, and Rockefeller dynasty.) Companies Profiting the Most From War.
The Justice Department has ordered bank tellers across America to contact law enforcement if they suspect your cash withdrawal may have something to do with illicit activity. There doesn’t need to be proof, or any sort of red flag indicator – merely suspicion by the bank teller processing your transaction is now enough to have you investigated by authorities.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a complaint with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) about controversial airport-security practice known as ‘behavioral detection’,they say is ineffective. TSA uses behavioral detection system as part of its Screening Passengers by Observation Techniques program, trained officers look out for suspicious passengers who aren sent for further screening. TSA never said what kind of suspicious behavior they are looking for, critics say things like fidgeting, sweating and eye movement can trigger suspicion.
Ukraine’s Minister of Information Policy announced that he seeks eight to 15 year prison terms for employees of Donetsk and Luhansk television stations.
Can Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu be believed? He urges Jews around the world to immigrate to Israel (known as “making aliya“) where, he says, they will be safe forever...
Scott reportedly ordered longtime employee of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to take time off and seek professional mental treatment for using the term "climate change" in reference to the failed Keystone XL Pipeline project, according to the group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility.
German police launched massive crackdown on protests against austerity in Europe Wednesday. Between 10,000 and 20,000 people in Frankfurt participated in a demonstration that coincided with opening of the new headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB). Police responded with massive deployment of 8,000 officers, largest mobilization in the history of the Frankfurt security forces.
Portland cops arrested a homeless woman for charging her phone on a public outlet, a Class C misdemeanor. According to the Electrical Research Institute, it costs about 25 cents a year to charge the average mobile phone. If the phone had gone from zero charge to full charge, the cost would have amounted to mere fractions of a penny.
An Israeli surveillance aerostat, extensively used during the latest war in Gaza, approved for purchase by the US Army, can stay airborne for three days in any weather. Designed for surveillance over “fixed sites, such as military bases, temporary camps, strategic facilities and border crossing checkpoints.”
Katherine Paul, Associate Director of Organic Consumers Association (OCA), organization dedicated to protecting organic standards, censored from SXSW. OCA was asked to sit on the “Southbites: Feed Your Mind” debate in Austin, Texas. Their invitation revoked from orders of Cathleen Enright, executive Vice President of food & agriculture, for the Biotech Industry Organization (BIO).
Some 350 people have been detained at the Blockupy protest in Frankfurt on the day the European Central Bank headquarters open in the city. 88 police have been injured in clashes. Tear gas was used against protesters, who pelted stones and torched cars.
While the default phone encryption offered by Apple (and at some point in the future by Google) still remains free of law enforcement/intelligence "Golden Backdoors," the agencies are one step closer to being legally permitted to hack nearly any computer in the world.
The student is suspended for a year. A sheriff’s deputy files marijuana possession charges in juvenile court. The leaf had field-tested negative three times, policy treats “lookalike” and “imitation” drugs the same as the real thing.
The proposed law to force intermediaries to 'detect, using automatic processing, suspicious flows of connection data'. Internet service providers as well as platforms like Google, Facebook, Apple and Twitter would have to identify suspicious behavior, according to instructions they received, pass the results to investigators.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is recommending the addition of up to 4,000 cameras to be placed along the US-Mexico border, in an effort to curb the burgeoning human trafficking trade and other illicit activity.
.A recent decision by Ministry of Interior ordered every cabaret and motel in the country, should have a system of video cameras in hallways, waiting rooms, entrances, requirement for obtaining a permit to operate; must record everything that happens in front of their lenses, store those videos for six months.
Seventeen people have been killed by police in the week since the Obama Justice Department announced that it would not bring federal charges against Darren Wilson, the Ferguson, Missouri cop who killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown in August.
Obama administration abandoning plans to ban a popular rifle ammunition after onslaught of criticism from the public and lawmakers. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives received more than 80,000 overwhelmingly critical public comments on the proposal to outlaw some types of 5.56 mm rounds, or .223 caliber. Hundreds of lawmakers, including 52 U.S. senators, also objected.
September 1st, 1961, United States filed with United Nations document number 7277, titled Freedom From War: The United States Program for General and Complete Disarmament in a Peaceful World, pledging to submit to UN military authority and to dismantle our own military capability; absorbed into a domestic police force integrated into UN “peacekeeping” force with dominion over the United States.
New system, to support infantry soldiers entering hostile areas, designed for surveillance and lethality, self-contained communication system, could enable suppression of local communications for urban populations while the drone network remains fully independent and operable.
By targeting essential security keys used to encrypt data stored on Apple’s devices, the researchers have sought to thwart the company’s attempts to provide mobile security to hundreds of millions of Apple customers across the globe. U.S. government-sponsored research aimed at discovering ways to decrypt and penetrate Apple’s encrypted firmware.
A judge issued an arrest order Tuesday for a Florida woman who fled with her son to prevent his circumcision and ignored a demand to appear in court. Her attorney, Thomas Hunker, said his client is staying with her 4-year-old son in a shelter for domestic violence victims because the boy was "scared to death" of undergoing the surgery.
The latest big report from the Intercept is about an annual hackathon, put on by the CIA (which the NSA and others participate in) where they try to hack encrypted systems, with a key focus on Apple products. The CIA calls this its annual "Trusted Computing Base Jamboree." The whole point: how can the CIA undermine trusted computing systems.
There’s a reason cannabis is illegal and no, it isn’t because you might “get high” off of it. Cannabis is a huge threat to many mega industries, from Big Ag to Big Pharma to Big Oil, the fake economy built around the “war on drugs” and the prison-industrial complex.
On March 7, 2015, the state-wide drill, entitled Operation Vigilant Guard, took place under the pretext of preparation for the inevitable destruction a hurricane would bring to South Carolina. According to reports in the local media, the drills were based on the premise of the landfall of a Category 4 hurricane and “how they’d respond to get citizens help” in such an event.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the Department of Justice agency devoted to preventing drug use and sale within the US, tells its agents not to enforce drug laws in rich white areas, according to former employee Matthew Fogg.
Hundreds of people participated in protests over the weekend in Madison, Wisconsin after a police officer gunned down an unarmed nineteen-year-old on Friday. Anthony Terrell Robinson, Jr. died after Matt Kenny, a twelve-year veteran of the Madison Police Department (MPD), forced his way into Robinson’s home and fatally shot him.
“Corporate America is using police forces as their mercenaries.”—Ray Lewis, Retired Philadelphia Police Captain. Private cops often wear police uniforms, carry police-grade weapons, and perform many of the same duties as public cops. but not held to the same legal standards.
No money in solving murders or preventing rapes, police in America focus on traffic citations and the drug war, both highly profitable. 4 Tennessee state troopers exposed their department for enforcing a quota system. City and state governments addicted to these revenue streams, now seeing military raids on people in attempts to find drugs and money.
Sir Bernard Hogan Howe, the head of London’s Metropolitan Police Service is now urging residents to put CCTV cameras with facial recognition capabilities in their homes and businesses. There is one CCTV camera for every 11 people in the UK.
“When will the surveillance gathering conducted by the NSA turn into persecution”? tyranny has two stages. In the first “enemies” of the state are identified. Lists are created. Second: identified groups singled out for “corrective” action usually on an incremental basis, singled out for employment discrimination, travel restrictions, residency restrictions, inevitable incarcerations and worse.
Circuit Judge Jeffrey Dana Gillen: Heather Hironimus now under court orders to sign off on her 4-year-old being circumcised. If she refuses, she will be jailed. is officially in contempt of court. The judge says because she violated a 2012 parenting plan wherein she agreed with boy’s father to have their son circumcised, later changed her mind doesn’t believe the boy should be circumcised.
The US government has no external “need to manipulate” mass media outlets such as “Time magazine, for example, because there are Agency [CIA] people at the management level.”
New York Police Department official Zachary Tumin in charge of NYPD’s social media p̶r̶e̶s̶e̶n̶c̶e̶ propaganda; tweeted that innocent people shot by cops have “gone off their meds” and are “walking into police bullets.”
are there any more of these police run “black sites” that we don’t know about? This doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence for America’s future. If they can get away with this today, what will they try tomorrow? . When someone disappears without a trace, we have to accept the possibility that it could happen to us as well.
Ronald J Brockmeyer, whose court allegedly jailed impoverished defendants unable to pay fines of a few hundred dollars, has a string of outstanding debts to the US government dating back to 2007, according to tax filings obtained by the Guardian from authorities in Missouri.
The White House is trying to get 5.56 “armor piercing” rounds classified as “cop killer” bullets. But there’s only one problem: no cop has ever been killed by the “green-tipped” AR-15 ammunition. White House spokesman Josh Earnest: 5.56/.223-caliber M855 ball ammunition must be banned because it can shoot through bullet proof vests. While true, so can just about any rifle hunting round. Are they next?
When the Fitzgeralds’ 30-year-old pony, an American Miniature Horse, wandered out of its barn February 18, he made it 150 yards to a neighbor’s yard, decided to lie down and rest for a while. Neighbor called police, a sheriff’s deputy showed up, tried to get the pony named Gir to stand up. But Gir didn’t feel like getting up. So the officer shot Gir twice, killing the family pet.
OSU: all first-year students who attend at least half-time with one on-campus course will have to be fully vaccinated. OSU says new students will be required to submit proof of vaccinations, students who don’t will have a hold placed on their account. The school says it will grant exemptions for religious and medical reasons. US government openly admits vaccines can cause polio, seizures and death in published 'Vaccine Injury Table'
“Reliable estimates of the number of justifiable homicides committed by police officers in the United States do not exist,” average of 545 people killed by local and state law enforcement officers in US uncounted in country’s crime statistics every year for almost a decade. More Likely to Be Killed By Texting While Driving, Lightning, Alcoholism, Food Poisoning, Choking On Food, Obesity, Medical Errors than by Terrorists.
County attorneys and sheriffs in Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska joined the suit against Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper to reinstitute marijuana prohibition. Filed with the U.S. District Court in Denver, the lawsuit’s primary argument is that Amendment 64, the ballot measure approved by Colorado voters in 2012 that legalized marijuana for adults 21 years of age, “is preempted by federal law.
February 2013, Department of Justice started a pilot program allowing the ATF to process property related to drug offenses through administrative forfeiture, when weapons were also being seized. By Sept. 30, 2014, the ATF had seized and processed assets with a total value in excess of $19,300,000. Formerly, if it seized something "drug-related," it had to turn it over to the DEA or a US Attorney for processing. Now, it can handle forfeitures from start-to-finish.
When it comes to government regulation of the internet, the stake dramatically escalates far beyond simply the cost of service. The essay, When Net Neutrality Becomes Programmed Censorship argues the case that inevitably the web will eventually be assimilated into a Chinese styled content restrictive enforcement system.
Matt Fairbanks, Drug Enforcement Administration agent said rabbits could get addicted to pot, lose their natural instincts and sit around getting high all the time should a bill pass that would allow medical marijuana edibles in Utah, said he saw rabbits addicted to weed at illegal grow sites.
Vice President Joe Biden: “The affirmative task we have now is to actually create a new world order,”said the world’s leaders must adopt a new understanding of security. “Collective security today must encompass not only the security of nations,”“but also mankind’s security in a global environment vulnerable to debilitating changes wrought by man’s own endeavors.
Obama said he was concerned about Beijing’s plans for a far-reaching counterterrorism law that would require technology firms to hand over encryption keys, the passcodes that help protect data, and install security “backdoors” in their systems to give Chinese authorities surveillance access. US Trade Rep Michael Froman issued a statement criticizing China for doing same thing US DOJ is arguing the US should be doing.
More than two dozen Democrats in the House and Senate and one Republican want to give U.S. attorney general power to block sale of guns and explosives to known terrorists, and anyone who is “appropriately suspected” of being a terrorist. The Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorists Act was introduced this week by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.)
The United Nations has renewed its warnings to Uruguay and the US states of Colorado and Washington that their cannabis legalisation policies fail to comply with the international drug treaties.
Google funded research team is to compute a“Knowledge-Based Trust score” for every web page, based on Google’s own “Knowledge Vault”, an automated database that determines “facts the web unanimously agrees on, web pages that provide information that contradicts or questions Google’s own established “truth”, will be bumped down the rankings.
In 2012, Sharpstown, a community of 66,000 located just southwest of Houston, declined to renew its contract with the constable’s office, essentially dismissing its cops, hired SEAL Security Solutions, a private firm, to patrol their streets, has seen a 61% decrease is crime.
Video footage of Los Angeles police officers shooting dead a homeless black man, aka Africa, has triggered an avalanche of protest on social media. The man had allegedly been just recently released after spending 10 years in a psychiatric facility.
A police officer in South Carolina has been fired after it was found his use of his taser on an unarmed 65-year-old man bound to a wheelchair was "inappropriate."
Measure seeks “to avoid disorder, to support the legitimately constituted authority and to reject any aggression, facing it immediately and with the necessary means”. While some people supported the measure, opposition politicians, human rights activists and citizens condemned the announcement, especially through social networks.
Because he can’t get Congress to approve the things that he wants to do, Barack Obama has apparently decided to rule by decree for the rest of his time in the White House.
The Guardian published an eye-opening report about the police of Chicago. According to the newspaper, Chicago police officers, as it turns out, detain Americans at "black sites." The sites are very similar to those the CIA uses worldwide for interrogation and torture of suspected terrorists.
In a vote tomorrow, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to reclassify the Internet as a public utility under Title II of the Telecommunications Act. Despite this change in the function of the web, no Congressional debate took place, no bills were introduced and no legislation was signed. Majority of Americans unaware that this is taking place, news networks are offering scant coverage.
A new intelligence assessment, circulated by the Department of Homeland Security focuses on domestic terror threat from right-wing sovereign citizen extremists. Some federal and local law enforcement groups view the domestic terror threat from sovereign citizen groups as equal to — and in some cases greater than — the threat from foreign Islamic terror groups, such as ISIS, that garner more public attention.
In a letter to D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser, two Republican congressmen Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, and Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), chair of the appropriations subcommittee that handles D.C.’s budget, warned not to move forward with legalization in the District, claiming that to do so would be a violation of federal law.
The Guardian has reported that Chicago Police are operating a secret detention facility that mirrors the CIA’s “black sites.” From violations of due process to torture, the revelations raise serious concerns about the deteriorating state of freedom and justice in the United States.
Sarah Ericsson had 21st birthday party at boyfriend's house last weekend. Passers-by thought they said 'IS' - an abbreviation for Islamic State group The police paid a visit to her boyfriend's house in Karlskrona on Monday Couple were asked to remove them.
New York State Senator Tony Avella (D-Queens), advocate for stringent gun control has turned his sights on machetes. Avella :“The fact anyone can purchase this potentially lethal tool is just crazy.” “Switchblades and gravity knives” already banned in New York, “machetes considered the same as butcher knives” and have remained legal. Avella will introduce legislation to reverse that. If signed into law, possession of a machete could lead to years behind bars.”
Michigan ranks among the worst for civil asset forfeiture and in 2013 took one of the nation’s biggest hauls. Many of the people targeted in the raids in which their cash and property were seized were never charged with a crime.
Shoppers at the Mall of America need to be "particularly careful" after a terror group singled out the Minnesota super-mall for attacks; Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.
In the near future, authorities may have “augmented detainee restraints” that deliver electric shocks, sedatives, and paralytic drugs to detainees. Scottsdale Inventions filed a patent application for just such a device.
Tensions flared after masked protesters started throwing stones at police officers. Security forces used water cannons to disperse the crowds. A policeman was wounded and taken to a local hospital. At least 25 protesters were arrested – including one for carrying a weapon and another for throwing a projectile.
Convicted of extortion and illegal gambling, Savannah's former police chief Willie Lovett will continue to collect a pension worth nearly $130,000 a year while he serves 7 ½ years in federal prison. City Attorney Brooks Stillwell: state law that forces convicted public employees to surrender a chunk of their pensions can't be applied to the ex-chief.
Security experts have rightly insisted all along, requiring companies to keep a repository of keys to unlock those backdoors makes the key repository itself a prime target for the most sophisticated attackers—like NSA and GCHQ.
Researchers at Stanford University and Israel’s defense research group Rafael have created a technique they call PowerSpy, which they say can gather information about an Android phone’s geolocation merely by tracking its power use over time.
Furious campaign groups across the UK have rejected the government’s proposed ‘pay to protest’ measures, warning they will not hire private companies to facilitate anti-government rallies. Metropolitan Police said campaign groups organizing demonstrations will now have to pay for related traffic management, including road closures, stewards and barriers.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police has labelled the "anti-petroleum" movement as a growing and violent threat to Canada's security, raising fears among environmentalists they face increased surveillance, and possibly worse, under government's new terrorism legislation, identifies "activity that undermines the security of Canada" as anything that interferes with the economic or financial stability of Canada or the country's critical infrastructure.
Italian security officials said they will deploy 5,000 soldiers in Rome and other sensitive sites and potential targets around the country after IS declared it will invade Italy’s capital city and take the Vatican.
Who opposes a free and open Internet? Answer: government. Who do activists beg to protect Internet freedom? Government. Trusting the government to run the Internet is like trusting the NSA to never spy on Americans. If the FCC’s plan to regulate the Internet is so wonderful, why can’t the American people read it before it goes into effect?
1.Companies Supplying food for prisons 2. Telecommunications: person accepting prisoners call pays up to $1.13 per minute 3. Healthcare Companies: prison healthcare, 4. Telemarketing: prisoners working call centers 5. Clothing: Victoria’s Secret hired inmates to sew lingerie. 6. Technology Sector: cheap labor 7. Bail Industry: 8. Food Processing and Packaging: 9. Agriculture: source of farm labor.
Commissioners approved paying $65,000 Tuesday to a man who sued the city last year after being arrested while trying to buy a slice of pizza at a beach restaurant. Lyle Gluck sued Officer John Hospodavis in federal court, saying the police officer had no reason to think Gluck "had committed, was committing, or was about to commit any criminal offense."
Bellefontaine, Missouri police officer says he was ordered to issue a certain number of traffic tickets and even make a certain number of traffic arrests, or be fired, mandate was actually put in writing, officers had to issue at least 50 traffic tickets, parking violations each month.
NSA figured out how to hide spying, sabotage software in hard drives, found personal computers in 30 countries infected with spying programs. Most infections in Iran, Russia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Mali, Syria, Yemen, Increased year Obama elected, run on computers even when not connected to Internet, launches every time a computer is turned on.
The NSA has figured out “how to hide spying software deep within hard drives made by Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba and other top manufacturers,” reports Joe Menn at Reuters, which gives the agency “the means to eavesdrop on the majority of the world's computers.”
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher blasted San Francisco’s local U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag Sunday, saying she was “breaking the law” in her attempts to seize major Bay Area dispensaries Harborside Health Center and Berkeley Patients Group.
Bill amends the Ukrainian criminal code to make “public denial or justification of the Russian military aggression against Ukraine in 2014-2015” a felony. The ‘crime’ would carry a penalty ranging from a heavy fine and up to a five-year jail term
Executive Orders signed by President Obama, if successful, would make M855 .223 rounds illegal and classified as “armor-piercing.”
By 2016, there will likely be a 6-foot tall police robot patrolling the streets and handing out parking tickets. The Telebot, developed by Florida International University’s Discovery Lab, has been field-tested and is undergoing final tune up.
Some schools are getting tougher on e-cigarettes, even punishing possession of the devices more harshly than regular cigarettes, schools have folded e-cigarettes into their anti-tobacco policies, which typically punish students with detention, a letter home and sometimes a tobacco education class.
IRS Commissioner Apologizes For Seizing Small Business Bank Accounts
In the South Carolina prison system, accessing Facebook is an offense on par with murder, rape, rioting, escape and hostage-taking.
FBI denies any epidemic of racism among American law enforcement, but admits to cynicism and unconscious bias by the nation’s cops. FBI Director James Comey made the remarks Thursday at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, at a discussion about “the relationship between law enforcement and the diverse communities we serve.”
Alabama policeman has been charged with assault after a man recently arrived from India said he was left partially paralyzed when an officer threw him to the ground during a morning walk, alleging race factored into his treatment. FBI investigating. Police officials in Madison, Alabama, apologized to Patel and his family. One of the officers involved arrested on an assault charge,officials recommended he be fired.
University of Michigan launched $16,000 campaign, warning students not to use “unacceptable words” that might be “offensive” and not “inclusive,” include “crazy,” “insane,” “retarded,” “gay,” “tranny,” “gypped,” “illegal alien,” “fag,” “ghetto” and “raghead. Not far of a leap to warnings not to deviate from “allowed” political opinions.
More than a dozen small towns reap more from traffic-court fees and fines than from sales or property taxes, each with large black populations. In Ferguson, population 21,000, such revenue was the second-largest source of income, $2.6 million of $20 million collected. Overall, city issued three arrest warrants per household, traffic-fine revenue increasing 44 percent since 2011.
Lawmaker in Oklahoma has introduced a bill to officially give most lawmakers, judges, appointees and holders of high office immunity from prosecution. The bill proposes to strip away the ability of a local level prosecutor, such as a district attorney, from being able to bring charges against anyone holding a government position.
Americans bought SBB, largest cable television network in Serbia, exercise control over “Prva TV”, founded CNN outlet “TV N1″, bought shares of internet portal Serbian daily “Blic”, bought one Belgrade daily. Control flow of information in Serbia, in a position to create public opinion in Serbia.
Net neutrality activists bodyslammed, dragged from Republican FCC commissioner Ajit Pai’s press conference for holding up this banner: “85% of Republican Voters Support Net Neutrality”
To keep them alive young minority males should not be allowed to possess firearms; former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, maintained that 95 percent of murders in the US involved a minority male aged between 15 and 25.
Deep Face ability to read features in a variety of lighting conditions and angles the way human eyes are able to, uses an algorithmic technique called “Deep Learning”. By drawing on constants from an existing image data, program is able to learn to recognize pixel patterns in new faces and become more accurate in identifying people’s faces, able to analyze faces as eyes, mouths, and ears instead of pixels.
Are you, your family or your community at risk of turning to violent extremism? That’s the premise behind a rating system devised by the National Counterterrorism Center, according to a document marked For Official Use Only and obtained by The Intercept. The document–and the rating system–is part of a strategy for Countering Violent Extremism, calls for local community and religious leaders to work together with law enforcement, other government agencies. The White House has made this approach a centerpiece of its response to terrorist attacks around the world.
Samsung New “SmartTV” collects users’ speech as part of its voice command interface, may pass it on to third parties, even if it’s “personal” or “sensitive.” Policy informs users the company will “collect, use, share, and store information” gathered by the device, Samsung warns customers to watch what they say around the TV. “Please be aware if your spoken words include personal or other sensitive information, that information will be among data captured and transmitted to a third party through Voice Recognition.
themselves to expired foodstuffs discarded by a supermarket guilty of theft. The convicts claim to be 'freegans' trying to live outside of a consumerist society.
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