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FAA Allows Arlington, Texas Police To Join Countless Others Flying Drones Domestically

Thanks to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), police in Arlington, Texas have been cleared to fly two small helicopter drones, joining the countless other public entities that have already been given permission to fly drones over the United States. Domestic drone use is disturbingly common already with Customs and Border Protection flying eavesdropping-enabled drones, US Marshals using drones, Nation ...

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Cities Continue To Get ‘Tanks’ They Don’t Need In Nationwide Police Militarization Trend

Last month I reported on how Georgia law enforcement agencies have acquired a massive arsenal of military-grade vehicles and weapons through the Department of Defense. Unfortunately, it’s far from isolated. Many law enforcement agencies acquire military equipment through the Pentagon’s 1033 program. Police have also acquired military robots through the DoD but they have other ways to get their hands on armo ...

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Gitmo Defense Lawyers Say Somebody Has Been Accessing Their Emails

The long-troubled military trials at Guantanamo Bay were hit by revelations earlier this year that a secret censor had the ability to cut off courtroom proceedings, and that there were listening devices disguised as smoke detectors in attorney-client meeting rooms. Now, another potential instance of compromised confidentiality at the military commissions has emerged: Defense attorneys say somebody has acces ...

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FDA Let Drugs Approved On Fraudulent Research Stay On The Market

On the morning of May 3, 2010, three agents of the Food and Drug Administration descended upon the Houston office of Cetero Research, a firm that conducted research for drug companies worldwide. Lead agent Patrick Stone, now retired from the FDA, had visited the Houston lab many times over the previous decade for routine inspections. This time was different. His team was there to investigate a former employ ...

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U.S. House of Rep. Shamefully Passes CISPA; Internet Freedom Advocates Prepare for a Battle in the Senate

Today, Internet freedom advocates everywhere turned their eyes to the U.S. House of Representatives as that legislative body considered the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. For the second year in a row, the House voted to approve CISPA, a bill that would allow companies to bypass all existing privacy laws to spy on communications and pass sensitive user data to the government. The Electronic F ...

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Health Care Worker Alert: ABC News Misquoted Vaccine Rights Attorney

Eight nurses who were fired by their hospital-employer for refusing flu vaccines got national attention earlier this year when ABC News reported on the event. This brought much needed national attention to a trend rapidly sweeping the nation, that of hospitals requiring their employees to get flu shots or lose their jobs. A large percentage of healthcare workers object to the new policy, but most are gettin ...

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ALERT: Victim of Family Court, Katerina Jeleva, Seeks to Uncover Utah Government Child Kidnapping

Brandon Turbeville has been documenting the harrowing case of Katerina Jeleva who was separated from her son through the Utah family court system. Through the tenacity of Katerina and the support of Brandon and activists everywhere, she has survived her lengthy custody battle and is waiting to be reunited with her son any day now. Her battle is far from over, however. As she awaits the final outcome of her ...

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Aluminum in Vaccines Linked to Alzheimer’s Disease [W/VIDEO]

When examining the cornucopia of toxic chemicals that saturate the environment in which all human life exists, aluminum has become the weapon of choice for the current population reduction program being facilitated by vaccinations and immunizations. Aluminum, listed by the (EPA) Environmental Pollution Agency as a developmental neurotoxin, is used as an adjuvant in vaccinations to enhance the effects of the ...

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FBI Tells America: Believe Us And No One Else

The implication is clear: there is official truth and then there is everything else. How many times has that assertion put America in the dumper? As I write this, one suspect in the Marathon bombings is dead, and the other suspect is apparently surrounded in a house in Watertown, Massachsetts. (6:55AM, Pacific) The city of Boston is locked down. Once events reach this point, an overwhelming number of people ...

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Nestlé CEO Denies That Water is an Essential Human Right

The current Chairman and former CEO of Nestlé, the largest producer of food products in the world, believes that the answer to global water issues is privatization. This statement is on record from the wonderful company that has peddled junk food in the Amazon, has invested money to thwart the labeling of GMO-filled products, has a disturbing health and ethics record for its infant formula, and has deployed ...

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Reporters Covering Tsarnaev Manhunt Get Guns Drawn On Them, Treated Like Suspects By Police

As the total lockdown in Boston is lifted and the manhunt for the remaining Tsarnaev brother continues, reporters attempting to cover the situation are being treated by police like suspects. In some cases officers are even drawing their weapons on the reporters. James Ford, a reporter with local New York television station WPIX, got himself into hot water when filming police. “I’ve been removed from crime s ...

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