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SHERIFF: ‘We want people to CALL US IF GUY DOWN STREET HATES GOVERNMENT’

Palm Beach County sheriff gets $1 million for violence prevention unit amid questions about civil liberties, care for mentally ill   Florida House and Senate budget leaders have awarded Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw $1 million for a new violence prevention unit aimed at preventing tragedies like those in Newtown, Conn., and Aurora, Colo., from occurring on his turf. Bradshaw plans to use the e ...

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DHS Training Video Depicts ‘Militias’ As Chemical Weapon Wielding Terrorists

A training-style video available on a media page of the FEMA HSEEP (Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program) website, and linked to the Department Of Homeland Security, features a fake news report depicting “gunowners” and “militias” as terrorists planning bombing attacks on publiccenters. While confirming that the video’s source was indeed a FEMA/DHS webpage (it was), I discovered another similar ...

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Getting Locked Up For Drinking a Half & Half Arizona Ice Tea

Xstrav and Tino Brown at the ABC Liquor store located in Fayeteville North Carolina waiting for Money Mal to come so that they could purchase some liquor. Suddenly an undercover cop approaches the both of them and demands to see what Xstrav is drinking. X shows him that its an Arizona Half And Half Ice Tea, the undercover demands that he hands it over so that he can read the ingredients. Once Xstrav denies ...

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Memphis Cop Car Ends Up Against Pole, Other Cops Ticket Drivers for What?

A Memphis police officer was driving too fast as he tried to chase down a driver for not wearing a seatbelt, so his car ended up upright against a telephone pole, prompting other motorists to slow down and take photos of  the incident. That, of course, prompted other officers to ticket those drivers for driving too slow, according to WREG. No word yet as to whether the first officer will be ticketed for rec ...

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PICKING A PATSY: Man Says He Robbed Banks For CIA

Herson Torres was wary but intrigued. Here he was at 21 years old, stacking boxes at Target for $11 an hour, when a friend from high school sent a text asking if he was interested in a $25,000 opportunity working for the government. The job? Robbing banks for the CIA, according to the friend. What followed in the hours, days and weeks after that initial text is the stuff of spy novels — the kind that end wi ...

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Urban Warfare Exercise Rattles Tinley Park Residents

Department of Defense training exercises that included explosions heard miles away and helicopters flying over Tinley Park angered residents. Residents said they heard "bomb" noises from about 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. on April 23 during what was an urban warfare training exercise at the former mental health center. Tinley Park police received about 25 calls from residents who were either fearful or angry, especial ...

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WAR CRIMINAL: Bush Intentionally Imprisoned Innocent People

Officials of the Bush administration knew they were imprisoning innocent people, it has emerged. Col Lawrence Wilkerson, chief of staff of former Secretary of State Colin Powell, has revealed that George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld all knew that the majority of Guantanamo Bay prisoners were innocent. 166 detainees currently being held at the Guantanamo Bay prison are finally scheduled for relea ...

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Ron Paul on the Boston Bombing

Former GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul has slammed US law enforcement for responding to the Boston Marathon bombing with “police state tactics.” In a post on the website of libertarian activist Lew Rockwell, Mr. Paul said Monday that the governmental reaction to the tragic explosions was worse than the attack itself. The forced lockdown of much of the Boston area, police riding armored vehicles through ...

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Mozilla May Take Legal Action Against Company Behind Finfisher For Masking Surveillance Virus As Firefox

Mozilla recently said that they are likely going to take legal action against the Gamma Group, the company behind the FinFisher surveillance virus, for making the malicious software appear to be Firefox. Mozilla called it “doubly offensive” that FinFisher tricked users into thinking it was actually Firefox, and thus a legitimate application, and plans to issue a cease-and-desist order notice very soon. “We ...

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Institutionalized Spying on Americans

Big Brother no longer is fiction. It hasn't been for some time. It's official US policy. According to ACLU's Technology and Liberty Program director Barry Steinhardt: Given the capabilities of today's technology, the only thing protecting us from a full-fledged surveillance society are the legal and political institutions we have inherited as Americans. Unfortunately, the September 11 attacks have led some ...

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