Norwegian lawmakers are working on a bill to introduce a national ban on begging in the streets and even want to extend it by proposing jail for helping the homeless with money, food or shelter.
Jonathan Hardin, 31, Louisville police officer, suspended without pay following his arrest on charges of first- and fourth-degree assault, official misconduct, wanton endangerment and false swearing, accused of pushing and striking a boy across the fac at middle school cafeteria "without justification," The officer charged the juvenile with menacing and resisting arrest, despite having no probable cause, believed the child to have cut the lunch line.
Killed By Police has logged at least 91 people killed by police in the month of January alone. At least 1,106 killed in 2014. FBI collects their statistics only from reports voluntarily given to them by law enforcement agencies. 750 agencies, or 4 percent, out of 17,000 law enforcement entities across the United States offered this data to the FBI.
Commissioner Bill Bratton: The SRG (Strategic Response Group) will be tasked with handling certain situations, designed for dealing with events like protests, or incidents like Mumbai or Paris,” responding to protests and terrorist attacks require "overlapping skills." “They’ll be equipped with all the extra heavy protective gear, long rifles and machine guns.
Police in Groveland, Florida responding to a burglary alarm that was accidentally tripped upon Jean Guirand’s return home with his family, entered the house without announcing themselves, and upon seeing the 11-year-old held her down at gun point, pressed their knees down onto her back and yelled at her threateningly, as though she could somehow be a burglar.
Teachers once graded students [only] on traditional math or English skills, they now judge attributes such as grit, gratitude or being sensitive to others. Districts are changing their report cards to reflect the new Common Core State Standards.”
San Francisco deputy public defender Jami Tillotson was arrested on Tuesday outside a courtroom in the city’s Hall of Justice after officers say she resisted arrest and interfered with a police investigation. Tillotson says she was just doing her job and advising her client of his right not to be questioned without an attorney present.
A New York cop was caught on camera drawing his gun at a group of teenagers playing in the snow and holding them on their knees, after responding to calls of disturbance. Police deny that the officer acted inappropriately. While admitting that "the video looks terrible," New Rochelle Police Department claims it's taken "out of context."
Law is a weapon in the hands of the government for use against the American people. The Barrett Brown case proves that despite all facts, the government can convict whomever it wants of whatever it wants. This power is now being used to shut down independent journalism. Those who “have nothing to hide” have much to fear.
Towels, robes, and bed sheets, are now being tracked by a number of hotels with a small embeddable R.F.I.D. microchip thereby identifying when any inventory ends up missing.
Surveillance footage from Vanguard Middle School in Baltimore shows a school police officer beating a 13-year-old girl with a baton during a scuffle involving two other students in October. All three girls were hospitalized with injuries they sustained from the officer,
Sheriff Ric Bradshaw Palm Beach County: If you see protesters, and you can’t back up, stopping will make you an easy target for violence. If you are driving it is up to them to move, so sit as low as possible in your car and accelerate forward. If you run over protesters, your safety comes first, they shouldn’t have been there in the first place, important not to stop. If they are injured, they brought it on themselves.”
Beginning in 2016, passengers attempting to pass through a federal TSA checkpoint will be subject to requirements of the REAL ID Act. TSA will put higher scrutiny on travelers’ identities, and will only accept a federal passport or a “REAL-ID” card, which is issued by the states to meet federal requirements. Passengers will not be allowed to fly through an American airport without submitting to the advanced federal specifications.
French government producing a poster that is supposed to help identify potential jihadists , one suggestion that giving up baguettes is a telltale sign, claim that someone is being radicalised by Islamist fanatics include alarm bells such as losing interest in sports, rejecting members of their family and changing eating habits.
Provisions of the legislation would expand Canadian Security Intelligence Servicepowers to "disrupt terrorism offenses and terrorist activity;" make it easier for law enforcement agencies to carry out preventive detentions, allow them for longer time, make it easier to federal agencies to share information, give law enforcement agencies power "to disrupt terrorism offenses and terrorist activity.
Spain's Council of Ministers has developed a new strategic plan to combat radicalization, extremism and the spread of jihadism, a statement from the country's Internal Ministry said Friday. will target three areas Spain, outside of Spain, as well as internet. The plan would have three points of action before, during and after the process of radicalization,
Police Commissioner Bratton: new 350 cop unit, Strategic Response Group, dedicated to "disorder control and counterterrorism protection capabilities" against attacks like hostage situation in Sydney, NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence John Miller said was an inevitability in NYC. dealing with events like recent protests, equipped with extra heavy protective gear, long rifles and machine guns, sometimes necessary in these instances."
Federal, state and local governments can take your belongings, whether or not you have done anything wrong. Attorney General Eric Holder announced earlier this month that he was “suspending” federal government participation in certain forms of asset forfeiture, did nothing to address state forfeiture laws, which account for greatest amount of forfeiture activity.
Dr. Udo Ulfkotte, editor of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, one of Germany’s largest newspapers: he accepted news stories written and given to him by the CIA and published them under his own name. Much the deception was to drive nations toward war. Corruption of journalists and major news outlets by the CIA is routine, accepted, widespread in media, journalists who do not comply cannot get jobs at any news organization, their careers cut short.
The Drug Enforcement Administration abandoned an internal proposal to use surveillance cameras for photographing vehicle license plates near gun shows in the United States to investigate gun-trafficking, the agency's chief said Wednesday.
Billionaire Bill Gates called for “a kind of global government” this week, arguing that the creation of such a system “badly needed” in order to combat an array of issues ailing the planet major issues such as “climate change.”
Mississippi the poorest state in the union. Over 24% of its population lives in poverty. The state refused to accept free federal money that would expand its Medicaid program under Obamacare. Mississippi now wants to prevent a doctor from offering his services to the poor, free of charge, take his license away.
State and local law enforcement officialsencouraged to submit face prints, fingerprints, retina scans, photos of tattoos and scars, and DNA collected from people arrested nationwide to FBI’s central database. Those state and local officials can also search against the FBI’s biometrics store, if they want to identify someone.
proposal by the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to include screening of passengers' social media accounts in security control procedures at airports will severely infringe freedom of speech; Joe McNamee, Executive Director of European Digital Rights.
Representative Mike Honda (D-CA) has introduced a bill for consideration of the new Congress which would prohibit the ownership of certain types of body armor for civilians. H.R. 378 would make it a crime to own Type III body armor which would be punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has been collecting information about millions of people in the US with a semi-secret networks of automated license plate-readers. Its main purpose is for enabling law enforcement to take people's money without charging them of any crime.
Internal Revenue Service is considered to be a Bureau of the Department of the Treasury; like the Federal Reserve, it is not part of the Federal Government (Diversified Metal Products v. IRS l. CV-93-405E-EJE U.S.D.C.D.I.; Public Law 94-564; Senate Report 94-1148, pg. 5967; Reorganization Plan No. 26; Public Law 102-391), was incorporated in Delaware in 1933, are in fact a collection agency for the Federal Reserve, because they do not collect any taxes for the U.S. Treasury. All funds collected are turned over to the Federal Reserve. IRS, the Fed, the IMF, the UN are criminal private corporations that are responsible for destroying economy of USA and many other countries.
US military looks to enable drones to hunt in ‘coordinated packs’ with minimal human supervision. The Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) will host a number of meetings in March to discuss how aircraft could work together to find, identify and engage targets with fewer humans controlling them.
San Francisco police say they are now investigating a cell phone video that has surfaced, showing a SF Police officer shoving a paralyzed man and attempting to tip him out of his wheelchair. Fortunately, the man seen in the wheelchair, Bo Frierson was wearing his seatbelt or he would have been thrown to the concrete without the ability to brace for the fall. -
The legislation covers offences such as demonstrating outside parliament buildings or strategic installations after parliament approved Public Security Law last month. The bill is heavily criticised by opposition parties and human rights groups as an attempt by the government to muzzle protests over its handling of Spain’s financial crisis.
America is now a closed-mind country. Minds are closed by ideological agendas, by narrow private interests, and by the view that only conspiracy kooks dissent from official explanations. Dissent and protest are gradually being criminalized. The government does not succeed all at once, but gradually step by step. Before too long we will have to believe the most fantastic stories or be arrested. That is the path that government and ideologues have us on.
Edward Snowden, former contractor for the National Security Agency who leaked thousands of pages of previously classified NSA intelligence documents: Apple's iPhone has "special software" that authorities can activate remotely to be able to gather information about the user. Apple said the company has never been involved with the NSA in the creation of backdoor software for any of the company's products.
A TSA agent convicted of stealing more than $800,000 worth of goods from travelers said this type of theft is “commonplace” among airport security. Almost 400 TSA officers have been fired for stealing from passengers since 2003, used X-ray scanners to locate the most valuable items to snatch. “I could tell whether it was cameras or laptops or portable cameras or whatever kind of electronic was in the bag.”
Song lyrics that glorify violence are hardly uncommon. But a prosecutor in California says one rapper's violent lyrics go beyond creative license to conspiracy. San Diego-based rapper Tiny Doo has already spent eight months in prison, and faces 25 years to life in prison if convicted under a little-known California statute that makes it illegal to benefit from gang activities.
United States intelligence community funded, nurtured and incubated Google as part of a drive to dominate the world through control of information. Seed-funded by the NSA and CIA, Google was merely the first.
The United States has admitted that an Australian man detained in Guantanamo for "material support for terrorism" is innocent; Reuters.
4 Chengguan, the most hated police-inspectors in China, beaten to death by angry people in Wenzhou City, after they killed a man with a hammer trying to take pictures of their violence towards a woman, a street vendor.
Survey approved by a faculty advisor at UK emailed to the students asked "What is your preferred University policy on free speech on campus?" Here were the possible answers: A single designated free speech zone in a specific location on campus. Multiple designated free speech zones in various locations across campus. No preference.
A woman in Hamlin, Texas is fighting charges of driving without a license and expired registration after she was arrested and jailed by cops while WALKING home with groceries. She produced a valid license and registration. STILL the charges were not dropped, case continues.
The proposals are part of efforts by governments throughout Europe to exploit the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks to impose the type of police-state measures carried out in the United States after the September 11 attacks. 2,680 new positions in French military and intelligence agencies to monitor the population.
Monumental surveillance is attempt at full spectrum domination. New Snowden documents revealed the NSA is getting ready for future digital wars as the agency postures itself in an aggressive manner towards the world. “D” weapons, as reported by Der Spiegel, will paralyze computer networks and infrastructure they monitor. Water supplies, factories, airports, as well as the flow of money are all potential targets.
A newly released video shows a tense traffic stop in the US state of New Jersey ending with the killing of a black man by police. Passenger, indentified as Jerame Reid, stepped out of the car, with his hands raised about shoulder level. But the officers shot him dead.
Ex-police officer, Jon Burge is reported to have overseen the torture of 118 Black men who were under the custody of Chicago police 30 years ago, served three and half years in prison given an early release full police pension, $4,000 per month. Personally tortured with electric shock.
In the mid-1960s, there was a photocopying machine in the operations room of Western Union International in New York. Whenever a foreign government sent a cable via the company’s facilities, the Western Union operator would copy it on the machine. That machine belonged not to Western Union International, but to the National Security Agency. It gave the NSA access to cables in which embassies communicated with their countries and to messages from nations giving instructions to their legations in the United States.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) urged Chinese government to revise legislation of a new anti-terrorism law, called for the law to be brought in line with international legal standards, needs to respect rights, not build a new architecture of surveillance,” abusive counterterrorism measures can also inflict grave harm and exacerbate conflict.”
A Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office deputy in Florida was fired this week after an investigation concluded that he used excessive force on a disabled inmate, punched and kicked the inmate while he was on the floor.
Political leaders plant a false view of events and issues in the mind of the public that complicit media then broadcast and amplify to generate public consent for government policy, nature of modern propaganda systems is that they masquerade as independent while functioning as the opposite.
There is no chance the majority will do anything to reverse the course of our nation in terminal decline. It will take a complete collapse and bloody reset before we have a chance at putting this country back on a sustainable rational course. You are 35,079 times more likely to die from heart disease, cancer than from a terrorist attack, 9 times more likely to be killed by a law enforcement officer than by a terrorist. More likely to die from a workplace accident.
Despite the recent legalization of cannabis in Oregon this past November, ‘authorities’ are doing their best to squash the rising tide of support for marijuana and its non-hallucinogenic cousin, hemp. How Long Will this Non-Hallucinogenic Plant be Vilified?
Madison Turner told ABC affiliate WSB-TV that he ordered a Double Quarter Pounder with cheese from a Marietta McDonald's. A few minutes later, a police officer pulled him over and wrote him a ticket under the distracted driving law. "The officer explained to me that he observed me eating a burger for 2 miles," Turner said. "He said specifically three times, you can't just go down the road eating a hamburger.
The radars work like finely tuned motion detectors, using radio waves to zero in on movements as slight as human breathing from a distance of more than 50 feet. They can detect whether anyone is inside of a house, where they are and whether they are moving.
This weekend, police and military forces were deployed across Europe on an unprecedented scale. Security forces in France, Belgium, Germany, Greece and Britain are continuing a crackdown on suspected Islamists, arresting dozens of people, after the January 7 attack on the editorial offices of the weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
A cop employed by the Columbia Police Department in South Carolina has been suspended without pay after a video emerged showing the officer repeatedly punching a man who had been lying face-down on the ground.
A Dane County sheriff’s deputy miraculously escaped charges of child pornography, despite being caught with child pornography, because of a cut and paste error on a warrant. former Dane County sheriff’s deputy Jeffrey C. Hilgers, 43, had seven counts of possession of child pornography dismissed Wednesday.
Human Rights Watch: Royal decrees and new of legislation to deal with terrorism Saudi King Abdullah has clamped down on all forms of political dissent and protests that could "harm public order" largely been brought in to combat growing number of Saudis travelling to take part in the civil war in Syria, who have returned with newfound training and ideas about overthrowing the monarchy.
An amendment to Article 573 of the CPC aims at punishing “with imprisonment of between one to eight years those who on a daily or regular basis access online communication services or acquire or are in possession of documents which target, or because of their content, result in inciting others to decide to join a terrorist organization or group,” anyone who accesses web sites deemed to be supporting terrorism could find themselves in prison.
New York City’s Department of Investigation investigation: 10 correction officers had been arrested more than once, 12 had been rejected by New York Police Department; six for psychological reasons, others had gang affiliations, criminal histories, psychological problems. Seventy-nine had relatives or friends who were current or former inmates.
A Florida police chief suspended a sniper training program widely criticized for using mug shots of African American men for target practice. Department is investigating the program after a National Guard soldier discovered her brother's bullet-riddled mugshot at a gun range last month.
Eric Holder is ordering an end to most of the Department of Justice’s Equitable Sharing Program. This is the program where the DOJ works with local law enforcement agencies for busts, and then the law enforcement agencies are permitted to keep 80 percent of the assets seized. Read Holder's memo here. The order also excludes joint task forces, which limits some of the potential impact.
State and local police in the United States will no longer be able to use federal laws to justify seizing property without evidence of a crime, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Friday. The practice of local police taking property, including cash and cars, from people that they stop, and of handing it over to federal authorities, became common during the country's war on drugs in the 1980s.
British kids aged between eight and 14 may apply to take part in Project Petra in order to become CBBC Intelligence Officers. Eight candidates will be chosen to pass special tests at a "spy school," aimed to reveal their analytical skills and physical abilities.
Jason Westcott, a young man with no criminal convictions whom a SWAT team killed during a drug raid that found just $2 worth of marijuana. A drug informant identified and accused Jason Westcott of dealing drugs for Tampa Bay Police despite Westcott’s having no previous criminal record. The informant has confessed to lying to the police after it was too late,
Kiera, honor student, was going to try to make a baking soda and vinegar volcano, After putting two ounces of toilet bowl cleaner into a container, she dropped in a ball of aluminum foil, smoke started pouring out. She was charged with possession of a weapon and assembling a bomb on campus, escorted out in handcuffs. Charges dropped, criminal record remains.
Top academic publisher the Oxford University press has issued guidance that authors should avoid using pork-related words to avoid offending Muslims and Jews.
Calls by the Italian Prime Minister to set up a new European Union-wide intelligence agency that European superstate government, wants to enhance data-sharing in the EU by making sure its EU intelligence analysis centre (IntCen) works better with other EU agencies like Europol.
Tennessee man, committed no crime, files federal lawsuit to get back his property after police robbed him during traffic stop. Willis was a passenger in vehicle, driver changed lanes without a signal. Monroe County Sheriff had drug dog sniff the car and a money bag. 90% of U.S. paper money contains trace amounts of cocaine. No drugs found. Canadian government has issued a public service announcement warning citizens police may rob them upon entry into the US.
Police presence at airports, in front of embassies, government buildings, newspaper offices and public places, thousands of security forces in European capitals and major cities. Heavily armed and camouflaged military troops deployed throughout France.
France ordered prosecutors around the country to crack down on hate speech, anti-Semitism and glorifying terrorism and announced Wednesday it was sending an aircraft carrier to the Mideast to work more closely with the U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State militants.
“Everyone here is under orders — no time off” during the summons catch-up blitz, said one cop at the 105th Precinct in Queens. “And the majority of [new] summonses written aren’t protecting the public in any way. “But now they’re realizing how much revenue the city is losing and they’re enforcing their will upon us.”
The magazine Der Spiegelreported that the Daimler corporation has been comparing the names, addresses and birth dates of all its 280,000 employees worldwide with data on European Union (EU) and United States terrorist lists in order to contribute to “the fight against terrorism”.
Quote attributed to Former CIA Director William Casey: year 1981 just so happened to be under investigation over various seedy dealings, among them were claims he approved a plan to overthrow Libya’s Moammar Qaddafi to instill a shadow government.
Eric McDavid sentenced to 20 years in prison for alleged eco-terrorism. 18-year-old woman he met at Iowa meeting in 2004, prodded him to take violent action against government targets with promises they would later consummate a romantic relationship. She was an FBI informant; provided money, transportation, housing and food to McDavid, two co-defendants over 18-months. His lawyers say was entrapment not stopping terrorist attacks. None had previous convictions culmination of a two-year "investigation" during which "Anna" repeatedly pushed the three men towards bombing targets in the area.
The Prime Minister said today that he would stop the use of methods of communication that cannot be read by the security services even if they have a warrant. But that could include popular chat and social apps that encrypt their data, such as WhatsApp. Apple's iMessage and FaceTime also encrypt their data, and could fall under the ban along with other encrypted chat apps like Telegram.
Former White House official Dr. Paul Craig Roberts; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration, associate editor of the Wall Street Journal: terrorist attack that killed 12 people Wednesday in Paris was a false flag operation “designed to shore up France’s vassal status to Washington ”in an article published on Thursday. “The suspects can be both guilty and patsies. Just remember all the terrorist plots created by the FBI that served to make terrorism threat real to Americans.”
Texas police officer fired after internal investigation found he violated three department policies; conduct and performance, use of force, and arrest without warrant for Tasering 76-year-old man during routine traffic stop over expired inspection sticker suing to get his job back, his attorney says “ nothing unreasonable about level of force” used. Witness said he acted like a “goddamned Nazi Stormtrooper.”
The elite Special Forces have joined counter-terror police and 1,900 Army personnel in the biggest security operation since the 2012 London Olympics. Most of the Special Forces will be wearing civilian clothes, while some have donned police uniforms to accompany police officers who visit the homes of persons of interest in response to intelligence leads by MI5.
Cops are trying to start their own new holiday called “Law Enforcement Appreciation Day,” as if they are an oppressed group who struggle to overcome tyranny. Impressionable children were instructed to celebrate it, instructed to dress in blue clothes; political stunt sponsored by Fraternal Order of Police.
Brazilian Minister of Justice Jose Eduardo Cardozo said Sunday.“Legalization of drugs is not a part of government’s plans. Cardozo is sure that jail overpopulation problem should be solved by building new jails instead of legalizing cannabis.
The police, like the executive branch, have now established themselves above the law. The laws that apply to the public do not apply to police, US presidents, presidential appointees, NSA, and CIA. The police are privileged and, thereby, unaccountable.
Arizona State University Police are beginning the process of firing a campus police officer who arrested a professor last year. Officer Stewart Ferrin had been on administrative leave since last May when dash cam video of him arresting.
“Stand-off detection” of chemical and biological compounds with use of laser beams technology. The laser would be searching vehiclse for a physical presence of alcohol. Plans to extend detection lasers to “illicit” substances, could be pointed inside someone’s home to detect smoking a joint.
An armed incident has been reported in the Trocadero area close to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, vicinity evacuated, many police officers. Interior Ministry later said the incident was a false alarm.
Citizens killed by police over last two years increased 44 percent; 763 people were killing by police in 2013. Total number of US troops killed in Afghanistan and Iraq, in 2014 was 58. Militarization of police has taken place, on a large scale. We are seeing a domestic military, pretending to be a police force.
The head of MI5, Andrew Parker, has called for new powers to help fight Islamist extremism, warns of dangerous drop in the capabilities of intelligence services to snoop on communications. Britain increased security checks at the French border, including extra vehicle searches.
In the immediate aftermath of the shootings, the state and media are seeking to exploit the fear and the confusion of the public. Hollande can rely on the media, which in such circumstances directs all its energies toward the emotional manipulation and political disorientation of the public.
The EPA has recently banned the production and sale of 80 percent of America’s current wood-burning stoves, the change will impose a maximum 12 microgram limit. Most wood stoves that warm cabin and home residents from coast-to-coast can’t meet that standard. Older stoves must be rendered inoperable, destroyed, or recycled as scrap metal.
Siemens AG, Buffett’s UK Northern Powergrid Holdings Company testing new smart-grid system that has the ability to control when consumer appliances will be used in the home.” Systems that send signals from every outlet in a home every fifteen seconds, giving anyone at the grid’s control hub a complete view of every move involving energy inside a home.
A public records battle is brewing in Massachusetts between the state’s ACLU regional chapter and a coalition of law enforcement agencies who have formed a private corporation and are now claiming they are exempt from public records laws.
The so-called “condition” for why a person might choose to resist conformity has been labeled by the psychiatric profession as “oppositional defiant disorder,” or ODD. The new DSM defines this made-up disease as an “ongoing pattern of disobedient, hostile and defiant behavior,” and also lumps it in alongside attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD.
More jails and prisons in the U.S. 5,000 plus than degree-granting colleges and universities. In many parts of America, particularly the South, there are more people living in prisons than on college campuses. 2.3 million prisoners in the U.S. as of the 2010 Census.
An Iowa cop shot and killed a 34-year-old woman in front of her husband and four-year-old son. Witnesses say he was aiming for the family dog, which startled him as he was trying to break up an argument between the couple. Hour before the fatal shooting took place, Steele had been released from jail following domestic dispute Monday. She had allegedly attacked her husband Gabriel.
The first week, NYC arrests dropped 66% compared to the same time last year; following week, still down 56%. That means 56% of people arrested this same time last year in New York City arrested even though it wasn’t necessary. If all arrests aren’t absolutely necessary, only reason they keep happening in such high numbers is to feed America’s massive police state prison-industrial complex.
The home, which could be mistaken for one destroyed by a tornado, appears to have no external walls intact. Some walls are only partially missing, while others are completely gone. 150 law enforcement personnel participated in the operation. David M. Cady Jr. died after being barricaded in his home for three days of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
ORANGEBURG, S.C. (AP) — The 2011 killing of an unarmed black man by a small-town police chief in South Carolina was a senseless act of violence and the officer must be convicted of murder because everyone should be treated the same under the law, a prosecutor said Wednesday.
Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture sent letter to seed bank/seed exchange group in Mechanicsburg, PA telling them they need to test every variety of over 400 seeds they were saving with very impractical and pointless extremity to make sure that their seeds were ‘up to regulation standards.’
Scotland Yard issued warning to drone enthusiasts , declared London a no-drone zone, warned owners of drones flying the devices over crowds or near landmarks in the city against the law, receiving reports of drones hovering over crowds at football stadiums, shopping centers. Widespread availability of unmanned aircraft sparked fears the devices could be used to harass and spy on people.
Police performed violent raid on birthday party based on suspicion of ‘young looking people with beer. Crowd ordered pizza. Delivery driver passed tip about party to Officer Finch of Montgomery County Police Department. Police deployed battering ram, subdued by tasers, multitude of charges, could result prison time.
The federal government will soon control microdrones that could then be sent surreptitiously into your home. And unless the warrentless eletronic surveillance already being conducted by government-run-amok is brought to a halt, this new form of home invasion will also be warrantless.
Nursery staff will be forced to report toddlers at risk of becoming terrorists under plans drawn up by the Home Office. to enhance its anti-terrorism strategy, Prevent. Critics dismissed the proposals as draconian and turning staff into spies.
Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office classified death of a 37-year-old woman in police custody as a homicide. Tanisha Anderson died Nov. 12 at hospital after being handcuffed, taken into custody by Cleveland police then losing consciousness. Relatives said the 37-year-old was schizophrenic, claimed officer used excessive force. According to medical examiner, Anderson's death caused by "sudden death associated with physical restraint" in a lying face-down position. Medical examiner also cited her heart disease.
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