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Feds Visited Michael Hastings’ House Day Before His Death

Rolling Stone journalist Michael Hastings, who was killed in a suspicious car crash after complaining that he was being harassed by the FBI, had his home visited by agents from an unnamed federal agency the day before his death, a close friend of Hastings told Infowars. Image: Michael Hastings While it’s known that Hastings had warned others, including Wikileaks, that the FBI was on his case, the fact that ...

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Pennsylvanians Ask Feds To Help Disarm ‘Intimidating’ Small-Town Militia [Video]

The police chief of a small Pennsylvania borough has been temporarily removed from his post, but his opponents are far from satisfied. Now residents of a sparsely populated former coal town are asking the feds to intervene in fear of an armed revolt. Gilberton, Pennsylvania Police Chief Mark Kessler made international headlines last month when his personal, profanity laced YouTube videos went viral, in turn ...

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Snowden Wikipedia Page Edited From A Senate Computer To Say ‘Traitor’

Someone in the Senate isn’t a fan of Edward Snowden, and they’re using Wikipedia to get their point across. The Wikipedia page for the man responsible for leaking classified National Security Agency files to the media has been updated hundreds of times since he started sharing sensitive documents in early June, but one of those revisions — and a questionable one at that — comes courtesy of someone in the Un ...

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SHOCKER — NSA USED SPYING TOOLS To Bust Americans For DRUGS

  Reuters has animportant scoop on the use and concealment of anti-terrorism data intelligence on Americans involved with disfavored intoxicants: A secretive U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration unit is funneling information from intelligence intercepts, wiretaps, informants and a massive database of telephone records to authorities across the nation to help them launch criminal investigations of Ameri ...

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COURT TO FEDS — Explain MARINE’S Facebook Postings ARREST

A federal judge in Richmond, Va., has refused to dismiss from a lawsuit several FBI and Secret Service agents as well as local police officers who arrested a military veteran based on an opinion from a counselor who had never met him that he might be a danger. The officers had confronted the veteran, Brandon Raub, after he expressed criticism of the U.S. government on a social networking page. They arrested ...

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EXCLUSIVE — GOVERNMENT LYING ABOUT CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS

  A secretive U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration unit is funneling information from intelligence intercepts, wiretaps, informants and a massive database of telephone records to authorities across the nation to help them launch criminal investigations of Americans. Although these cases rarely involve national security issues, documents reviewed by Reuters show that law enforcement agents have been dir ...

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FBI Is Demanding YOUR INTERNET PROVIDER Install SPYING SOFTWARE

\   The U.S. government is quietly pressuring telecommunications providers to install eavesdropping technology deep inside companies' internal networks to facilitate surveillance efforts. FBI officials have been sparring with carriers, a process that has on occasion included threats of contempt of court, in a bid to deploy government-provided software capable of intercepting and analyzing entire commun ...

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The GOVERNMENT Can ACCESS Your Phone – FIND OUT WHAT THEY DON’T WANT YOU TO KNOW

  Law-enforcement officials in the U.S. are expanding the use of tools routinely used by computer hackers to gather information on suspects, bringing the criminal wiretap into the cyber age. Federal agencies have largely kept quiet about these capabilities, but court documents and interviews with people involved in the programs provide new details about the hacking tools, including spyware delivered to ...

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