Gun Grab World History – Enablement of Tyranny & Genocide
In 1929, the Soviet Union established gun control. From 1929 to 1953, about 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated In 1911, Turkey established gun control. From 1915 to 1917, 1.5 million Armenians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. Germany established... Read more
Connecticut Police Spokesman Newtown Threatens To Prosecute Independant Journalist Whistleblowers
http://youtu.be/N4CT4boLPrU Maybe they should prosecute the MSM. Posting Truth,Info,Questions or not believing official story Related to Mass Shooting In Newtown Connecticut at Sandy Hook Elementary School will result in arrests and prosecutions of perpetrators of WHISTLEBLOWING. If you pay attention to what he says, he’s not talking about people... Read more
10 Outrageous Tactics Cops Get Away With
Talk to someone who has never dealt with the cops about police behaving badly, and he or she will inevitably say, “But they can’t do that! Can they?” The question of what the cops can or can’t do is natural enough for someone who never deals with cops, especially if their inexperience... Read more
Remeber your rights when dealing with Police!
Top Army Officer Accused of Sex Crimes: ‘I’m a General, I’ll do whatever the f**k I want’
After months of keeping the details of a case against a US soldier under wraps, Army prosecutors on Monday presented evidence against Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair, a 50-year-old serviceman being charged with a slew of sex crimes against five women. From Fort Bragg, North Carolina on Monday, prosecutors... Read more
Info-Graphic: Mindblowing Police Brutality & Abuses of Power
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Guantanamo Military Commissions: ‘Piece of a Larger Disturbing Trend Toward Centralized Presidential Power’
Just over two weeks ago, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and other 9/11 terror suspects had a pre-trial hearing before the Guantanamo Bay commission. The judge presiding over the commission is Army Colonel James L. Pohl. Key issues argued were whether a forty-second daly between the press and courtroom was constitutional and... Read more
“Shut up, Barrett Brown”  – The Indictment Cover Up
Real or imagined- reasonable or grandiose, I think we can all agree that things that Barrett Brown has recently said leading to his recent arrest and indictment were on the solid side of stupid.  People who hate him figured it was about time they nailed him on something, and... Read more
Imran Khan Detained and ‘Interrogated Over Drone Views’ by US immigration
Imran Khan, the former Pakistan cricket captain turned politician, was taken off an international flight from Canada to New York and questioned by US immigration officials over his views on drone strikes and jihad. Khan, who has been at the forefront of a high-profile campaign as leader of the... Read more
Soldier Sacked By The Army 72 Hours Before He Gets His Full Pension
An Iraq war veteran was made redundant just 72 HOURS before ­qualifying for a full Army ­pension. Sergeant Lee Nolan will lose out on at least £100,000 after he became one of 20,000 soldiers who are being axed in savage military cuts. He was so furious at losing his... Read more
What Happens After Jurors Get It Wrong?
About 300 people have been wrongfully convicted and exonerated in the U.S. thanks to DNA evidence. But overlooked in those stories are the accounts of jurors who unwittingly played a role in the injustice. One of those stories is playing out in Washington, D.C., where two jurors who helped... Read more
What If Mitt Romney Inherits Obama’s Killer Drone Fleet?
Andrew Sullivan says he’ll use it less scrupulously than the president. But based on what evidence? Current policy is plenty unscrupulous already. Asked about drone strikes during Monday’s foreign policy debate, Mitt Romney basically said that President Obama is right to use them. Expect more drone warfare in 2013... Read more
National Counter-Terrorism Center Operates “Disposition Matrix” Assassination List
A wild Washington Post story reports that the Obama administration has been developing plans to “institutionalize” its extrajudicial assassination program. The lede is bonkers: Over the past two years, the Obama administration has been secretly developing a new blueprint for pursuing terrorists, a next-generation targeting list called the “disposition... Read more
Whistleblower Who Revealed CIA Torture Sentenced to Prison
Former CIA agent John Kiriakou pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to crimes related to blowing the whistle on the US government’s torture of suspected terrorists and was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison. The Wall Street Journal reports that Kiriakou, 48, agreed to admit to one count of disclosing information... Read more
‘Freedom of Information Act’ Processes Increasingly Managed by Private Companies
A Bloomberg investigation shows that the federal government is paying a military contractor facing allegations of torture to manage some public records work.  The Freedom of Information Act allows ordinary people to learn about behind the scenes functions of our government. There are a number of limited, discrete exemptions... Read more
Texas Schools Punish Students Who Refuse To Be Location Tracked With RFID Microchips
A school district in Texas came under fire earlier this year when it announced that it would require students to wear microchip-embedded ID cards at all times. Now students who refuse to be monitored say they are feeling the repercussions. Since October 1, students at John Jay High School... Read more
Still Classified: Terror Suspects’ Own Accounts of Their Abuse
In a motion unsealed last week, the government proposed new ground rules for classified information in the trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four others charged with planning the 9/11 attacks. The new order says the accused can’t talk about their “observations and experiences” of being held by the... Read more
SHOCKING REPORT: Homeland Security ‘Fusion Centers’ Collect Worthless, Illegal Info, Don’t Catch Terrorists
The ranking Republican on a Senate panel on Wednesday accused the Department of Homeland Security of hiding embarrassing information about its so-called “fusion” intelligence sharing centers, charging that the program has wasted hundreds of millions of dollars while contributing little to the country’s counterterrorism efforts. In a 107-page report... Read more
Court Extends Stop on Order Blocking NDAA Indefinite Detention ‘Law’
A federal appeals court has extended a temporary stay of a district court judge’s order barring the government from using an indefinite detention provision in a defense bill passed by Congress and signed by President Barack Obama late last year. A three-judge motions panel of the U.S. Court of... Read more
Obama Fights for Power of Indefinite Military Detention
Obama lawyers file a breathless, angry appeal against the court ruling that invalidated the NDAA’s chilling 2011 detention law Bagram airbase was used by the US to detain its ‘high-value’ targets during the ‘war on terror’ and is still Afghanistan’s main military prison. Photograph: Dar Yasin/AP In May, something... Read more
Free Speech Zones Alert: Secret Service Refused to Let College Students Protest Biden
Secret Service officials refused to allow protesting students at Wright State University to assemble within one-quarter mile of Vice President Joe Biden during his visit last week. “The Secret Service respects everyone’s right to freedom of speech but we also have a duty to provide a safe and secure... Read more
Keeping the Government Out of Your Smartphone
Smartphones can be a cop’s best friend. They are packed with private information like emails, text messages, photos, and calling history. Unsurprisingly, law enforcement agencies now routinely seize and search phones. This occurs at traffic stops, during raids of a target’s home or office, and during interrogations and stops... Read more
Private Investigator Steven Rambam’s Privacy Post-Mortem: OWS Attendee’s ID’d by Cell Phone Sniffers
While we in the civil liberties community disagree strongly with private investigator Steven Rambam‘s admonition to “Get Over It,” after listening to him describe electronic surveillance powers it’s hard to disagree with the first part of the title of his talk: “Privacy Is Dead.” (Part two of the talk... Read more
Full Spectrum Dominance: Totalitarian Democracy in the New World Order
Book Description Publication Date: May 12, 2009 For the faction controlling the Pentagon, the military industry, and the oil industry, the Cold War never ended. They engineered an incredible plan to grab total control of the planet, of land, sea, air, space, outer space and cyberspace. Continuing ‘below the... Read more
Obama OK’s Detainment For 1st Amendment Activities
The Obama administration is battling to restore a controversial provision of a new federal law that it admits could have been used to arrest and detain citizens indefinitely – even if their actions were protected by the First Amendment. A federal judge this week made permanent an injunction against... Read more