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New York Family Left Homeless After Police Rip Down Walls After Man Missed Court Date For DUI

DANBY, NY — A family has been left homeless after law enforcement agencies destroyed their entire house in the process of serving a warrant for a man for driving while intoxicated. The home of David and Melissa Cady was condemned after armored police vehicles plowed through several walls while attempting to get 36-year-old Mr. Cady to surrender. A bench warrant had been issued after Mr. Cady missed a court ...

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Man Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison for … ‘Kidnapping’ HIS OWN CHILDREN

(MassReport.com) Joshua Hakken has been propagated by the media as insane, a drug user, “anti-government”, essentially anything they can run with to bastardize this man’s public image. For those of you not up to date on this story, I’ll give you a quick bit of background information. In June 2012, police in Slidell, Louisiana responded to a disturbance call at a local hotel. When they arrived, they found Jo ...

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Judge Says Facebook Must Face Class Action Lawsuit Over Reading Users Private Messages

Facebook must face a class action lawsuit filed in California claiming the social networking site sifted through users’ private messages for targeted advertising purposes, violating both federal and state law. Lead plaintiff Matthew Campbell and two others sued Facebook in December 2013, alleging the company scanned user messages for web links, translating them to “likes” on the user’s Facebook profile. Dat ...

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Former cop in L.A. sings parody song of Michael Brown’s death at charity event

Despite the protests and sudden awareness of police brutality in America, there are still a number of current and former police officers that find the killing of a citizen to be a hilarious and worthwhile action.  And at a charity event earlier this week in and around the city Los Angeles, a former police officer and private detective stepped up to the mike during a dinner party and sang a parody song about ...

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Man Warns of 9/11, Shot Dead Soon After Attacks

Some may already know the name Bill Cooper. He was a conspiracy theorist in the late 80’s into the early 2000’s who made his name with his 1991 book Behold a Pale Horse. This book consisted of multiple warnings of global conspiracies and the way that they would come about. Bill was also heavy into theories surrounding the Illuminati and extraterrestrials, and needless to say, some of his theories are a stre ...

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The IRS Can Empty Your Bank Account for No Reason

There are times when it becomes absolutely impossible to support the remarkably bad judgment often displayed by federal agencies under the control of the current administration—even for those of us who are typically viewed as backers of many of this administration’s policies. The latest installment of frightfully unacceptable government behavior involves a law created in 2000—the Civil Asset Forfeiture Refo ...

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POLICE REFUSE TO PAY MEDICAL BILLS for TODDLER Whose FACE IT BLEW OFF W/ GRENADE in Raid at WRONG ADDRESS

Alecia and Bounkham Phonesavanh never imagined their family would be at the center of a controversy over the militarization of police. But that’s exactly where they found themselves when their toddler was seriously injured by a SWAT team, also leaving them with a $1 million medical bill they have no hope of paying. “They messed up,” Alecia Phonesavanh told ABC News' "20/20." “They had a faulty search warran ...

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STUDY: COPS ARE NOW OFFICIALLY THE FATTEST EMPLOYEES IN AMERICA

WASHINGTON, DC — A new study conducted by the American Journal of Preventative Medicine reveals that law enforcement is officially the most obese profession in the United States. Though Americans tend to react to fatness with laughter and mockery, obesity is actually a serious health condition. What many people don’t realize is that extra body fat is literally a storage place for toxins that damage one’s mi ...

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Ferguson to reward protesters with new fines meant to fund the police

A good analogy of the State could be that of a drunken sailor... stumbling from one act of stupidity to the next.  And after a summer of violence, protest, and public awareness on police brutality and the profiling of blacks, the Ferguson city council is rewarding these efforts by forwarding a program in which they plan to fill the city's coffers and salaries of these same police officers with... new fines ...

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Negative effect of new Republican Congress: Increase of NSA spying powers on Americans

One thing that most Americans need to remember in the aftermath of the Republican victory in last month's elections is that the formerly conservative political party is today made up of neo-conservative war hawks that see protection of the oligarchy as the primary function of their roles in government. Which makes it not too surprising when during the same week that Congress passed legislation allowing for ...

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Obama Seizes Control Over All Food, Farms, Livestock, Farm Equipment, Fertilizer & Food Production Across U.S.A

As the American sheeple slept, selfishly refusing to take a stand against tyranny, the Obama administration has been plotting what can only be called a total government takeover of America. On March 16, 2012, President Obama issued an executive order entitled, “NATIONAL DEFENSE RESOURCES PREPAREDNESS.” (http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/03/16/executive-order…) This executive order states that ...

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Obama Signs Bill Making It ILLEGAL TO PROTEST

Only days after clearing Congress, US President Barack Obama signed his name to H.R. 347 on Thursday, officially making it a federal offense to cause a disturbance at certain political events — essentially criminalizing protest in the States. RT broke the news last month that H.R. 347, the Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011, had overwhelmingly passed the US House of Representat ...

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