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Watch: Cop Gets Told He Needs a Warrant — Erupts in Psychotic Fit of Rage in 3…..2…..1

VIA/Valdosta, GA — A video uploaded to YouTube this week epitomizes the tyrannical nature of police enforcing the immoral war on drugs. According to the uploader, Valdosta police were attempting to investigate the man filming for drugs. They clearly had no warrant and were entering this couple’s home against the law. The officer leading the investigation attempted to incriminate the couple by associating th ...

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Woman Jailed for Eight Days Because She Asked Politicians About Their Ties to Oil Industry

Philip Janquart | Courthouse News Service An Idaho woman, an Army veteran, was jailed for eight days because she publicly confronted elected officials about their undisclosed business interests with an oil and gas company, she claims in Federal Court. Alma Plucinski sued the Payette County Board of Commissioners, the Payette County Planning & Zoning Commission, its Chairman Chad Henggeler, its attorney ...

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Panama Papers: Intelligence agencies including the CIA used offshore service to funnel money for operations

A leaked report in the ongoing Panama Papers scandal has revealed new sources using the law firm of Mossack Fonseca to funnel money offshore, and to provide services for ongoing off-book operations.  In an announcement made by German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung, the Panamanian firm helped facilitate accounts for several intelligence services, including the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), to hide ...

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Innocent Mother Beaten by Cops in Front of Her Children for Reporting Cop’s Rude Behavior

Carlsbad, CA — A shocking video captured the brutal beating of a mother in front of her two children after she merely asked an officer a question. Cindy Hahn and her children were on their way home when they stopped to use the restroom. During their stop, Hahn asked a Carlsbad police officer a question. According to Hahn, the officer responded by telling her to mind her own business. Shocked that the office ...

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Cops Knock Woman Out, Try To Delete Video Evidence

VIA/Center Moriches, NY — In May of last year, 20-year-old Thomas Demint witnessed police involved in a violent arrest, so he pulled out his camera and began recording. For practicing his first Amendment right, Demint was then arrested, and his cell phone confiscated after he captured unjustified acts of police brutality. Demint’s video showed two brothers who were being arrested after one of them allegedly ...

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FBI gets aid from Israeli company to hack its Apple iPhone problem

A couple of days ago, the FBI suddenly suspended its lawsuit against Apple where they had wanted to have an iPhone owned by one of the San Bernadino terrorists unlocked to search for further intel.  And over the past 24 hoursn many have speculated as to why this shift took place, and who might be helping the Federal law enforcement agency to crack the security. And on March 23 we now have an answer as it ap ...

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FBI Orders Teachers To Report Students Who Question Government

New federal guidelines have just been introduced across the country, and what they mandate is quite disturbing to civil libertarians. The FBI has now instructed high schools across the nation to report students who in any waycriticize government policies and what the report phrases as “western corruption.” The FBI is interested in determining – as part of some warped “pre-crime” program – who might become p ...

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After two years, IRS finally returns money taken from honest business owner

Fatca, Civil Forfeiture, and deposit restructuring are just some of the obscure and draconian laws and regulations that have come out of Washington since the ideological 'war on terror' was introduced a decade ago.  And despite the fact that the U.S. government has spent over one trillion dollars in collecting just $13.5 billion from foreign bank account holders, you would think that well paid bureaucrats w ...

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US Marshals Are Arresting People For Not Paying Student Loans

Posted By: AboveTopSecret FEB 16, 2016 In an insidious and relatively new twist in the student loan crisis, the US Marshal Service is arresting people for not paying their student loans. And sometimes, showing up with guns drawn in an overwhelming show of federal government intimidation run amok. US Marshals arresting people for not paying their federal student loans Paul Aker says he was arrested at his ho ...

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Cops Fighting Mandatory Drug Tests – Claim it’s ‘Unconstitutional’ to Screen Police Urine

Civil Rights Violation to drug test cops.... right. Illegal Search and Seizure they call it. Well, Join the rest of America and take your damn drug test when asked! I sure as hell had to many times both in and out of the military. Why are they all panicked I wonder? www.blacklistednews.com... ne/47696/0/38/38/Y/M.html Published: December 8, 2015 In an unprecedented protest against the routine offenses again ...

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Police Officer Choked Comedian Dave Chappelle

At the height of anger and unrest across the United States regarding the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and Eric Garner in New York City, world famous comedian Dave Chappelle revealed that he too had been choked by a police officer who mistook him for a criminal. Dave has spoken out against police brutality and racism throughout his career. Here’s one clip where Dave discusses being at a Fe ...

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Activist Convicted Over Tweets About the Government

Derrick Broze November 19, 2015 (ANTIMEDIA) Cuenca, Ecuador — A prominent Ecuadorian activist has been sentenced to 15 days in prison for tweeting about relatives of the nation’s Labor Minister. On November 11, Sebastián Cevallos, national deputy director of the Unidad Popular movement, was sentenced to prison after posting tweets alleging the niece of Labor Minister Carlos Marx Carrasco received a governme ...

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