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Ex NYPD officer charged with murder in New Orleans


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Az. Cops Sued for Searching Woman's Body Cavities Over Weed, Hospitalizing her ... story.html

Here are the stories about police misconduct uncovered so far by a new media partnership


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When police misconduct occurs, records often stay secret. One mom's fight to change that.
A police officer is accused of playing with her dead son's body after he was shot. An angry California mother wants secret cop records to go public.
Marco della Cava, USA TODAY ... 71731.html

Parkland Victim's Parents Claim FBI Failed to Prevent Shooting: Suit
"We have no comment on pending litigation," the FBI said in a statement

Justice Policy Coalition Norfolk Lifers Group
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‘I’ll f**king bury you!’ McAfee vows to expose corrupt US officials & CIA agents if ‘disappeared’
Published time: 12 Jun, 2019 00:23
Edited time: 13 Jun, 2019 12:36
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France records all-time highest temperature of 45.9C
Record for mainland France falls in southern commune of Gallargues-le-Montueux as Europe swelters in heatwave
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Out! Two cops arrested for harming complete strangers while off-duty leave NYPD


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Hundreds of gallons of oil still flow daily from 2004 spill in Gulf of Mexico, report says


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Ex-criminal justice lecturer and Bureau of Prisons employee arrested for three rapes committed more than 25 years ago


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Ex-NYPD detective who became head of gambling, prostitution operation sentenced to 4-to-12 years in deal to spare his family


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Apple reveals App Store takedown demands by governments
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Justice Department watchdog to investigate decision to cancel FBI headquarters plan

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Is Russian Mob drug money going to Trump re-election?
By Daniel Hopsicker -
August 5, 2019
It’s nearly two months since a container ship was busted at the port of Philadelphia loaded with so much cocaine that even PEOPLE magazine wrote about it.

The MSC Gayane was carrying 19 tons of cocaine, and the highest ranking person arrested so far is still the ship’s Second Mate, whose credit is probably not strong enough to warrant anyone fronting him seven shipping containers filled to bursting with cocaine.  

Then yesterday came news of the largest cocaine seizure ever in Germany, 4.5 tons, at the port in Hamburg.
But German authorities only saw fit to let the public know about it yesterday. The drugs were discovered more than two weeks ago.
Moreover the customs office in Hamburg didn’t even disclose the name of the ship the cocaine containers came from.

In the Philadelphia container ship bust, the warrant for the arrest of sailors from the ship was shown in local news coverage. Then it disappeared.
The next day a Federal Court Clerk stated the entire case had been sealed retroactively. Why is a drug bust being treated—not as a crime—but as a “sensitive” matter of national security?
Resorting to an old technique
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Recovering over a billion in unpaid taxes in 2018, IRS Whistleblower’s Office operates on a budget of just over $6 million
by JPat Brown
August 07, 2019
In 2016, the Internal Revenue Service reported that unpaid taxes cost the federal government over $400 billion a year. According to documents recently released through FOIA, that same year, the IRS Whistleblower’s Office, which offers compensation to individuals who report on tax evasion, had a budget just over $6 million.
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The Jeffrey Epstein Social Network Mega Meta scandal
By Daniel Hopsicker -
August 1, 2019
The Jeffrey Epstein scandal is a ‘meta’ scandal that smaller scandals fit into like Russian dolls.  “Meta” means about the thing itself. “Meta news” is news about the news.

It reveals the higher network workings of lesser scandals, like the “Container Ship Crime Wave!” scandal, which fits into it neatly.
Names in Jeffrey Epstein’s little black book connect with people involved with the illicit drug trade. Like Adnan Khashoggi.
What the Jeffrey Epstein scandal would reveal, were its details to become public, is an industrial three shifts-daily powerhouse blackmail operation using hidden cameras to catch unsuspecting elite deviants engaging in what are known in the trade as “Unspeakable Practices, and Unnatural Acts.”

FBI FOIA request
From: Emma Best
Subject: Freedom of Information Act Request: Harbhajan Singh Khalsa

To Whom It May Concern:
Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following records:
Files mentioning Harbhajan Singh Khalsa, AKA Harbhajan Singh Puri, AKA Yogi Bhajan, AKA Siri Singh Sahib August 26, 1929 – October 6, 2004).
The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.
In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.
Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.
Emma Best

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To Stand Up a Stone

Submitted by robert.shetterly on 04 August 2019 - 07:22pm
The following blog post originated as an address given by Robert Shetterly at the Brunswick [Maine] Peace Fair,
August 3, 2019.

I was talking with my friend Roger Kirby recently about his work. He’s a painter. He’s English and summers in Brooksville [Maine] near me. He told me he’s become fascinated with the ancient standing stones located  in over 1,000 sites around the U.K. and Brittany. These mysterious stones, often arranged in circles, date from the Neolithic and Bronze
. Roger is attempting to make paintings - not depicting the stones so much as how he feels in the presence of them. 
In the midst of our conversation, after I had asked him about the significance of the stones,  Roger said, “The original human creative act is to stand up a stone.” I thought, What an interesting thing to say and how might that true? 
The stone at rest  has been sleeping for centuries. Dreaming since the last ice age.  Its placidity may call attention to its beauty and its integration into nature. In some sense, then, might it be presumptuous to stand up a stone? Intrusive?   But stand it up and its role changes. It’s invigorated, individuated, inspirited. Has potency. It has ritualized its space. Sanctified - perhaps like an altar without a church. It  commands and shapes the space. It focuses attention. Calls the residents of the area to be in relation to it. It teaches a kind of adherence to its posture. It casts a shadow. And the shadow becomes the keeper of time, the arbiter of time. 
Its standing role is not to dominate but remind one to be present, to be conscious, reminding one of one’s consciousness.  Perhaps it is creative because it is the result of a newly conscious mind, the mind with a will to rearrange nature.   Or, perhaps the act of standing the stone up created that new consciousness - the way any truly creative act does. A creative act always challenges one to think and feel, sometimes act, differently in response to it. The landscape with a standing stone becomes a conscious landscape, conscious of its own history in time. The standing stone is the ambassador of the mute world to the conscious world. The messenger, the emissary. It offers a spiritual partnership, a conversation between the land and the mind. It is not destructive or exploitative; rather, it’s a call to harmony. It anchors. Provides an address, signifies home. The standing stone sounds the awakened land’s first clear note of human creativity in relation to nature’s. Most of the neolithic  stones are in circles, like seasons and cycles, like congregations in conversation, like restorative justice circles, praying, chanting. They amplify the land’s heartbeat by sounding the human. The standing stone is the sentry for what is above and what is below. To stand a stone may be the first creative act; it may also be the first committed act. It commits to taking the materials of nature and crafting human identity, community and dignity. I say dignity because the stone seems a declaration of pride. Pride more than egotism. Not separate from but in relation to. 
An act of moral courage is like  a stone stood up. An act of moral courage rearranges a social space and redefines community. A person standing up resists the mythology and propaganda of violence, of separation, of racism, of dehumanization, of exploitation, of power and of the  justified injustice of the status quo - the way a shadowless pasture of conformity and corporate docility becomes redefined by the standing stone of the iconoclast, the truth teller. The paddock of slavery redefined by Harriet Tubman. The field of status quo history reorganized by the standing stone of Howard Zinn’s A People's History.  The long metallic arc of male dominance re-bent by the militancy of Alice Paul. The massive  bloom of invisible secrets made visible by the standing stone of Daniel Ellsberg.  
The original creative act of the common good is the standing-up person, the signal that justice has a heartbeat, the truth that compassion requires courage. The standing stone of moral courage evolves the consciousness of the community. It exposes the truth that power hates ceding control, scorns equality, will do practically anything to subvert real democracy. The standing stone envisions and makes possible the dignity of other stones. The crazed murderers at My Lai discover their shame in front of the standing stone of Hugh Thompson.  A poor Palestinian home remains standing because Rachel Corrie’s standing, once enacted, cannot be knocked down with a bulldozer no matter how many times the driver runs over her. In jail Camilo Mejia says now he is finally free because he has followed his conscience and refused to continue  participation in an illegal, immoral war. His stone stands in prison. He says he was a coward - not for refusing to fight, but a coward for having accepted taking part in the war in the first place, a coward for fighting. Right here in Brunswick, Bruce Gagnon stands up in the backyard of Bath Iron Works and General Dynamics demanding conversion from warship militarism to sanity and green infrastructure sustainability. Consciousness changes, a community grows. A standing stone is a creative act, a committed act.

William Sloane Coffin said, “”Socrates had is wrong; it is not the  unexamined but finally the uncommitted life that is not worth living.”  The standing of moral courage creates its place, its address in history, because it creates value, creates worth. It makes  a claim to nobility that would otherwise be preposterous.
Think how power has tried to deface the standing of Chelsea Manning. The more mud they sling, the more hateful graffiti scrawled on her,  the more law wielded like shears to cut her stature down, the taller and more adamant she stands - revealing now not only crimes against humanity but the oppressive crimes committed to make her silent and invisible. 
There is a kind of meaning, a claim to stature, in our lives that can only be purchased with courage.
Think of Samantha Smith, a ten year old frightened of nuclear holocaust, who launches a letter like a kite, and she clings to  the tail of that kite until, floating above us, she is teaching adults how to recognize the absurd manipulations of the Cold War. A standing stone. 
In 1969 Fred Branfman, a young American teacher in Laos, recorded  the terrifying experiences of poor rice farmers fleeing from round-the-clock U.S. carpet bombing on the Plain of Jars. He returned to the U.S. and testified about this Secret War being mercilessly and illegally waged by the U.S. against these voiceless civilians. A standing stone.
Standing stones are cairns. They mark the track of justice and morality in an otherwise baffling and trackless landscape. They are the dots we need to connect.  They are the map of the narrative we must tell. Without them our consciousness cannot evolve beyond the propaganda of power. Without them justice has no heartbeat.  The original human creative act is to be a standing stone.

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En Banc 11th Circuit Hears Bid to Release Lynching Records
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Seth Shipman recorded a movie in DNA — and that’s just the beginning
He is developing tools that may reveal hidden biological processes

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USM hosts symposium on active bystandership and inclusivity featuring Libra Scholar, Dr. Ervin Staub

The University of Southern Maine welcomes Dr. Ervin Staub professor emeritus of psychology and founding director of the Psychology of Peace and Violence Program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, to present a public talk and symposium on active bystandership and inclusive communities on October 24 - 25 on USM’s Portland Campus. In addition, he will be holding training sessions for USM faculty, staff and students, as well as community leaders on October 23 on the USM Gorham Campus.
Dr. Staub has studied the roots of violence between groups, especially mass killings, genocide and terrorism, as well as reconciliation after violence and its prevention. He has published numerous articles and chapters on helping behavior and altruism, the passivity of bystanders in the face of others' needs, the development of caring, and ways to reduce aggression in children. Dr. Staub has applied his work in numerous real world settings. For example, he created a training program for California police officers in the wake of the Rodney King incident in Los Angeles; he also worked in Massachusetts schools on a project assessing bullying and school climate in an effort to promote more caring schools. ... 33&t=37950

Sidebar from NameBase NewsLine, No. 5, April-June 1994:

Marion Pettie and his Washington DC "Finders": Kooks or Spooks?

by Daniel Brandt
In August 1984, two twenty-something young men wearing ties knocked on my door and gave their names: Steve Usdin and Jeff Ubois. A tiny newsletter had mentioned the database I was developing, and they were interested. They began pumping me on my activities and associates, and took notes. Their questions reflected a familiarity with obscure leftist personalities and publications that is found only among seasoned activists, and even more curiously, they expressed no politics of their own. Usdin and Ubois had to be "sent men."

But they wanted to be helpful. My own attempts to interest progressives in my project had been met with quizzical looks, because at the time most leftists were still using typewriters. These two fellows at least knew all about microcomputing. So I rewarded them with the first edition of what today is called NameBase. At the same time I mentioned that I needed the IBM BASIC compiler to get the program transferred from CP/M, and a few weeks later they came by with just what I needed, complete with a photocopied manual in a binder. I probably should have asked them for new computers and an office.

They said their group went by the name of "Information Bank," and they wanted to approach certain organizations in the Washington DC area and volunteer their technical skills. The following June I visited their warehouse headquarters and met Randolph A. Winn and Robert M. Meyer. I asked questions about who or what was behind it all, but their answers were evasive. From their perspective, I was a potential recruit.

In July 1985 I got a call from Kris Jacobs, a DC activist who did research on the right-wing. She said that Ubois was caught looking in her office files, and when she confronted him, he claimed to be from the National Journalism Center. Since NJC is a right-wing group that was then doing research on the left, his answer didn't pacify her. Ubois had been dropping my name to talk his way into certain places, so Ms. Jacobs wasn't happy with my excuses either. I alerted two other organizations who were getting assistance from the Information Bank. The next time Ubois came over in early 1986, I casually brought up the name "National Journalism Center" in a different context, and asked him if he had ever heard of it. "Nope." That's when I opened my own file on the Information Bank.

Louis Wolf helped me check crisscross directories and we visited the recorder of deeds. Several group names were listed under each address, and the two properties we knew about were both in the name of Robert G. Terrell, Jr. While returning from the recorder of deeds office, cross my heart, we spotted Usdin walking with an older man. He didn't see us so we followed them on foot for about two miles like Keystone Kops (they kept stopping at store windows), but eventually lost them. Sometime later Ubois dropped in on Wolf (they never call ahead) and whipped out a business card that read "Hong Kong Business Today." He wanted to know how to get a visa for Vietnam. It was clear by then that most group members were world-class travelers, which included travel to numerous Eastern Bloc countries. It was all a game to them. This was a small group -- perhaps 40 adults -- but they had no visible income to support their far-flung activities.

In February 1987, two young men from the group were arrested in Tallahassee, Florida because the van they were driving contained six children with dirty faces. The term "child abuse" was trumpeted in all of the media, all over the country, for several days. Customs, the FBI, and DC police raided three group properties and made off with their files and computers. The group (it was a "cult" to the media) was called the "Finders" (years earlier they had been known as the "Seekers"), and it was run by Marion David Pettie, then 67 years old. At least now I knew who the older man was and I had another name for the group. No charges were filed and the children were soon returned to their mothers in the group. After realizing that they had been feeding on a nonstory, the media suddenly dropped everything with no apologies. I called the Washington Post city desk at the height of the hysteria and explained that there was another angle, but when their reporter called back he was only being polite.

Three years later I obtained a three-page nongovernment memo of undetermined origin that summarizes Pettie's intelligence links. Most of it seems to check out. According to this memo, Pettie began his career with assorted OSS contacts, served as a chauffeur to General Ira Eaker, became a protege of Charles Marsh (an intimate of FDR and LBJ who ran his own private intelligence network), and was trained in counterintelligence in Baltimore and Frankfurt, Germany. His wife worked for the CIA, and Pettie himself was run by Col. Leonard N. Weigner (whose September 1990 Washington Post obituary confirms that his career was spent in air force intelligence and the CIA). Pettie's case officer was Major George Varga, who relayed Weigner's instructions until Varga died in the 1970s. The memo says that on Weigner's advice Pettie resigned from the military and surrounded himself with "kooks" so that he could infiltrate the "beat," human potential, and now the New Age movements.

Okay, so file this memo under "P" for "Paranoia." Except that in December 1993, first the Washington Times (which was picked up by AP), and then U.S. News and World Report, both carried essentially the same story. It seems that the Finders investigation was stopped cold shortly after it started in 1987, and now the Justice Department has formed a task force to figure out what's going on. Why was it stopped? This is from an internal "Memo to File" written by a Customs agent who participated in the raids, dated 13 April 1987:

CIA made one contact and admitted to owning the Finders organization ...but that it had "gone bad." ... the investigation into the activity of the Finders had become a CIA internal matter. The MPD [DC police] report has been classified Secret and was not available for review. I was advised that the FBI had withdrawn from the investigation several weeks prior and that the FBI Foreign Counterintelligence Division had directed MPD not to advise the FBI Washington Field Office of anything that had transpired. No further information will be available. No further action will be taken. ... _test=1_02

In Trump pitch at black college, its students were largely absent

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Donut crumbs also once tested positive for meth.

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A review by a former federal judge of how Chicago police conduct street stops has found a troubling trend — supervisors assisting officers in revising hundreds of reports, sometimes multiple times, all in an effort to make it appear the stops were constitutional.
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Boston cops clocked 9,000 hours of overtime at the "Straight Pride" parade — and none of it with body cams

Thanks to WBUR, we now know that that cost included 9,000 hours of overtime work for local police officers—the equivalent of 4 years of full-time policing service. And none of it was officially caught on film, despite the police aggressions caught on social media and the 3 dozen counter-protestors who were arrested during the parade.

But what makes this particularly egregious is what happened after the "Straight Pride" Parade. District Attorney Rachel Rollins—who just took office this past year—declined to charge most of the protestors who were arrested at the event. Normally, this would be the end of it. Except, somehow, the judge overseeing the case decided to ignore the DA, arrest a defense attorney, and continue prosecuting the protestors with the utmost zeal. That same judge, Richard Sinnot, once shot someone at City Hall under shady circumstances when he was working in the DA's office, and is also the son of Boston's other famous conservative Judge Richard Sinnot, also known as the "city censor." Unsurprisingly, the Boston Police Patrolmen Union petitioned to make sure that those darn rascally protestors got what's comin' to 'em, to ... ourt-rules

Cops Need a Warrant to Access Your Car's Data, Court Rules
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FBI will seek 'way forward' on body cams for task forces
By MICHAEL BALSAMO Associated Press OCTOBER 26, 2019 — 1:05PM

CHICAGO — FBI Director Christopher Wray vowed Saturday to "find a way forward" to allow police officers who serve on federal task forces to wear body cameras, affirming that the government will try to reverse a policy that has strained its relationship with some law enforcement

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Trump Calls on Americans to 'Exemplify the Teachings of Christ'
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Karen Daniel, champion of the wrongly convicted, lived a life in full
“Even in my darkest hours, Karen made me feel like everything was all going to be OK,” one of her clients wrote. “That justice hadn’t left me behind.”
By CST Editorial Board Dec 30, 2019, 5:56pm CST

There is an impromptu curbside memorial in Oak Park near the corner of Pleasant Street and Scoville Avenue.
At first, there were a few candles. Then the memorial grew, with flowers and more candles and a sign.
The memorial honors Karen L. Daniel, an attorney and former director of Northwestern University’s Center on Wrongful Convictions. Last week, a pick-up truck struck and killed Daniel as she walked her dog across that intersection in Oak Park, where she lived. She was 62.
We would like to add to that memorial, so spontaneous and heartfelt, with this editorial. We admired Daniel. We believed in her work. And we hope to continue to champion that work as it is carried on by others.
As director and/or co-director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions from 2013 to 2018 and co-founder of a center project that focuses on falsely convicted women, Daniel and her team won freedom for more than 20 people in Illinois. Daniel’s painstaking and nationally recognized work sought to balance the scales of justice in our state, scales that can be calibrated against black and brown people, women and anybody who has no particular power or money.
“Karen’s legacy is indelible in the minds of all who knew and loved her — and in the annals of criminal justice reform,” former CWC staff attorney and Women’s Project co-founder Judy Royal wrote last week in an essay for Injustice Watch.
On social media, Maurice Possley, a senior researcher at the National Registry of Exonerations, a joint project of the University of Michigan and Michigan State law schools, called Daniel a “hero to many, an inspiration to even more.”
Daniel’s work won new trials and overturned convictions for those who had been sent to prison on the word of faulty eyewitnesses, prejudicial testimony and overzealous prosecution.
In 2018, in a typical case, she helped win the freedom of Marcel Brown, who was serving a 35-year sentence for a 2008 murder. Brown was not the gunman, but prosecutors argued that he confessed to driving the killer — his cousin — to the park where the homicide was committed.
But Daniel and her Center on Wrongful Convictions team found that the police had interrogated Brown, who was 18, while holding him in a windowless room without access to a lawyer for 34 hours — until he confessed.
Brown was freed after a decade in prison.
“If you were one of the lucky ones, she would agree to help free you, choosing your case from the thousands that she was asked to address in a given year,” Julie Rea wrote in a letter to the Sun-Times after Daniel’s death. “And if she took your case, she would freely offer not only her lawyerly acumen, but also herself: her integrity, her commitment, and her friendship.“
Rea would know. In 2002, she was sentenced to 65 years in prison for stabbing to death her 10-year-old son Joel in their home in downstate Lawrenceville. Two years after the conviction, an appellate court ordered a new trial after finding prosecutors had hid evidence that contradicted their case.
Daniel and her team represented Rea at the new trial and challenged the state’s forensic evidence. They also introduced a confession from a serial killer and drifter, Tommy Lynn Sells — then on death row in Texas — that he had killed Rea’s son.
“She walked with me during my own battle for exoneration — a centering, reassuring force that was part Harvard-trained analytical mind, part motherly comforter, part sisterly reassure — and fought [in] my corner until she won,” Rea wrote to the Sun-Times. “That’s just how she was made. Even in my darkest hours, Karen made me feel like everything was all going to be OK — that justice hadn’t left me behind — and then she went ahead and made everything OK.”
Rea was freed in 2006.
“Karen was articulate, wise, masterful in a courtroom,” Rea wrote. “But beyond the awards and accomplishments, she was a deeply human being. Perhaps that’s what made her the lawyer she was.”
If the best measure of a life is the good we do for others, Karen Daniel lived a life in full. ... -editorial

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Findings of Misconduct by an FBI Attorney for Shoplifting at the United States Marine Corps Base Quantico Exchange
The Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) initiated an investigation of a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) attorney based on information that the attorney was arrested in February 2018 for shoplifting at the United States Marine Corps Base (MCB) Quantico Exchange.
The OIG substantiated and the FBI attorney admitted to placing numerous cosmetic items, valued at $257.99 and belonging to the MCB Quantico Exchange, into her purse without the intention to pay for them and did not pay for them before leaving the store. The FBI attorney further admitted that between February 2016 and her arrest in February 2018 she had shoplifted at the MCB Quantico Exchange one to two additional times, and at other private retailers in the area on two to three occasions.
The OIG concluded that the FBI attorney had violated federal criminal law and FBI policy regarding unprofessional conduct. Criminal prosecution was deferred pending the FBI attorney’s completion of 125 hours of community service, after which all charges were dismissed.
The OIG has completed its investigation and has provided its report to the FBI and the Department of Justice Office of Professional Responsibility for action they deem appropriate. ... cal-masks/

Video shows cop trailing two black men after asking them to leave Walmart for wearing surgical masks

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Delhi top cop admits to misconduct by police during lockdown; harassment reported from across country
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Essays on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy
By David Denton ... ding-doom/

Maine Focus
Inside Maine’s largest prison, inmates watch coronavirus inch closer with sense of ‘pending doom’ ... s-scandal/

Actress Lori Loughlin, other defendants allege government misconduct in college admissions scandal

By Jeremy C. Fox Globe Correspondent,Updated March 25, 2020, 3 hours ... index.html

Man under investigation for plotting an attack at a hospital believed to be treating Covid-19 patients was killed during an FBI investigation

Updated 11:01 PM ET, Wed March 25, 2020 ... tless.html

The F.B.I. Deemed Agents Faultless in 150 Shootings ... ev/277040/

Why the FBI Shouldn't Be Trusted to Investigate the Death of Ibragim Todashev
For at least 20 years, its inquiries have never found fault with a fatal shot taken by an agent. ... chive.html › documents › 2902671-Savage-NYT-FOI... › documents › 2902671-Savage-NYT-FOI...

1. Cached
They include both Shooting Incident Review Team (SIRT) reports ... based on these documents, including The F.B.I. Deemed Agents Faultless in 150 Shootings.

FBI Discloses 700 Pages of Internal Shooting Incident Review Reports
June 21, 2016 Charlie Savage

loses 700 Pages of Internal Shooting Incident Review ... › ... › ...

1. Cached
Jun 21, 2016 - 22, 2015; Charlie Savage and Michael Schmidt, “The F.B.I. Deemed Agents Faultless in 150 Shootings,”New York Times, June 19, 2013. ... ed_of.html

LaVoy Finicum shooting: FBI agent indicted for alleged false statements
Updated Jan 09, 2019; Posted Jun 27, 2017

Findings of Misconduct by an FBI Deputy Assistant Director for Unauthorized Contacts with the Media, Disclosing Law Enforcement and Other Sensitive Information to the Media, and Accepting a Gift from the Media
The Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of the Inspector General (OIG) initiated this investigation upon the receipt of information from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), alleging that a then FBI Deputy Assistant Director (DAD) had numerous contacts with members of the media in violation of FBI policy. Additionally, it was alleged that the DAD may have disclosed law enforcement or other sensitive information to the media without authorization. This matter is among the OIG investigations referenced on page 430 of the OIG’s Review of Allegations Regarding Various Actions by the Department and the Federal Bur

Investigative Findings in Cases Involving Administrative Misconduct
This page contains links to summaries of our investigative findings in cases involving administrative misconduct that meet either of the following criteria: (1) cases involving as subjects members of the Senior Executive Service and employees at the GS-15 grade level or above, and Assistant U.S. Attorneys, in which the OIG found misconduct and no prosecution resulted; or (2) cases involving high profile investigations, or in which there may otherwise be significant public interest in the outcome of the investigation. A summary of investigative findings is posted following issuance to the component of our final report of investigation, after the Department, the affected component, and the subject (when appropriate) have been provided with the opportunity to review and comment on the proposed summary.
2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | Prior to April 2015
March 16, 2020
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) Warden for Acting Unprofessionally Toward a Subordinate, Abusing the BOP Awards Program, Violating BOP Alcohol Policy, and Directing a Subordinate Not to Follow BOP Policy on the Timely Reporting of Misconduct to BOP’s Office of Internal Affairs
March 10, 2020
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a then Assistant United States Attorney for Conduct Prejudicial to the Government and Attempted Misuse of Position
January 6, 2020
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a Federal Bureau of Prisons Supervisor for Engaging in an Inappropriate Sexual Relationship with a Subordinate and Related Misconduct

December 19, 2019
Investigative Summary: Finding of Misconduct by a Senior Official in the Executive Office for Immigration Review for Engaging in a Prohibited Personnel Practice
November 26, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings that an Employee of a Contractor for the Federal Bureau of Prisons Suffered Reprisal for Making a Protected Disclosure in Violation of Federal Law Protecting Contractor Whistleblowers
November 18, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a Then DEA Section Chief for Misusing His Position
October 17, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by an FBI Senior Official for Failing to Report an Intimate Relationship with a Subordinate and for Failing to Avoid Creating the Appearance of Preferential Treatment
October 15, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a United States Marshal for Entering into a Restricted Area of a Sheriff's Office and a County Jail Without Authorization
October 2, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a then Assistant United States Attorney for Improperly Disclosing Grand Jury Materials to an Unauthorized Individual
October 2, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a then DEA Assistant Special Agent in Charge for Failing to Report Misconduct Allegations
September 24, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a BOP Assistant Director for Engaging in Inappropriate Personal Relationships with a BOP Contractor and with a BOP Union Executive, for Misusing a BOP-issued Cell Phone, and for Lack of Candor; and by a BOP Union Executive for Engaging in an Inappropriate Personal Relationship with a BOP Assistant Director
September 17, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a FBI Special Agent in Charge for Failing to Report an Intimate Relationship with a Subordinate and for Taking Actions that Lacked Impartiality, Demonstrated Favoritism Toward the Subordinate, and Contributed to the Decline in Staff Morale
August 29, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a Then Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Misuse of DOJ-Issued Computers and for False Statements
August 5, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by Two DEA Special Agents and a DEA Supervisory Special Agent for Violations of the DEA’s Confidential Source Policy
July 8, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a DEA Group Supervisor for Actions Related to a Confidential Source Including Approving Payments to the Source without Proper Justification and Engaging in an Improper Personal Relationship; and by a DEA Assistant Special Agent in Charge for Failing to Properly Supervise the Group Supervisor
June 11, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by an FBI Special Agent in Charge for Using the Office for Private Gain and Dereliction of Supervisory Responsibility
June 10, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a Senior DEA Official for Violating Ethics Regulations, DEA Standards of Conduct, and the Federal Acquisition Regulation, and for Lack of Candor; by a Member of the DEA Senior Executive Service for Aiding and Abetting the Senior DEA Official’s Misconduct; and by a JMD Senior IT Manager for Violating DOJ Contractor Security Policy
June 6, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by an FBI Unit Chief for Misusing her Position by Attempting to Ensure her Daughter Received an FBI Offer of Employment
June 6, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a DOJ Trial Attorney for Misuse of DOJ Issued Computer and Cellular Telephone
June 5, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a United States Marshal for Making an Inappropriate Comment about Shooting a Judge and for Lack of Candor
May 30, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by an Assistant U.S. Attorney for Possessing, Transporting, and Consuming Marijuana Edibles; Falsely Denying Controlled Substance Use on a Security Form; and Lack of Candor
May 29, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by an FBI Deputy Assistant Director for Unauthorized Contacts with the Media, Disclosing Law Enforcement and Other Sensitive Information to the Media, and Accepting a Gift from the Media
May 14, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by an FBI Attorney for Shoplifting at the United States Marine Corps Base Quantico Exchange
May 1, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a Former Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Falsely Representing that the Former DAAG was a High-Level DOJ Official
April 30, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by an FBI Special Agent in Charge and Assistant Special Agent in Charge for Failing to Ensure Contact with a Known Drug Trafficker was Handled According to FBI Policy for Confidential Human Sources, and for Failing to Report and Preventing the Reporting of Misconduct Allegations
April 29, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a DEA Assistant Special Agent in Charge for Failure to Act in a Professional Manner, and by a DEA Special Agent in Charge for Favoritism and Providing False Statements to the OIG Concerning the Allegations Involving the ASAC
March 11, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a Bureau of Prisons Warden for Directing a Prison Renovation Project Without Acquiring Required Approvals or Involving Proper Personnel
February 19, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a U.S. Marshal and Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal for Harassing and Making Retaliatory Statements About a Supervisory Deputy U.S. Marshal, Retaliating Against Another Deputy U.S. Marshal for Filing a Grievance, and Lack of Candor
February 5, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by an FBI Supervisory Special Agent for Making False Representations, Working for an FBI Contractor, Accepting Gifts from an FBI Applicant, Assisting the FBI Applicant in the Employment Selection Process, and Misusing a Government Vehicle and Cell Phone
January 29, 2019
Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by Two Current Senior FBI Officials and One Retired FBI Official While Providing Oversight on an FBI Contract

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ACLU of Minnesota suing police for ‘deliberately targeting journalists’ covering George Floyd unrest


JUN 03, 2020 | 12:38 PM ... an-livers/

Scientists SUCCESSFULLY transplant mini HUMAN livers into RATS
3 Jun, 2020 17:59 ... nt-squids/

The invisible man? Scientists engineer human cells to become TRANSPARENT like squids
3 Jun, 2020 12:27 ... free-users

Zoom says free users won’t get end-to-end encryption so FBI and police can access calls
Businesses, schools, and other paying customers will get it
By Adi Robertson@thedextriarchy Jun 3, 2020, 2:31pm EDT ... a-problems

Rosenstein testifies he would not have signed FBI FISA warrant for Trump aide if he knew of problems ... rry-nassar

Cornyn Asks DOJ to Release Report on FBI Coverup of Larry Nassar Pedophile Investigation

In: All News   Posted 06/03/2020

WASHINGTON— U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) sent a letter yesterday asking Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz to release his report on the Federal Bureau of Information’s investigation into Larry Nassar’s abuse of Olympic gymnasts.  
He wrote: “According to news reports, at least 40 professional athletes were abused by Nassar in the time between the USA Gymnastics made its report to the FBI and when he was publicly named as a perpetrator. An investigation into the FBI’s delays was first reported in September 2018, but nearly two years later, the report has yet to be released.”
“All victims deserve dignity and to have the crimes committed against them properly and fairly investigated. I am deeply concerned about evidence of the FBI’s lack of urgency, even as they were uncovering clear information that a predator continued to harm the athletes in his care.”
“Gymnastics has a powerful place in Texans’ hearts. I have always been proud to be a Texan and an American when watching such talented athletes compete on the world stage. What they suffered is unbearable. It can never happen again. Victims’ allegations must be investigated quickly, and their voices must be listened to. The release of this report is the first necessary step in determining how to move forward.” ... r-fbi.html

As F.B.I. Took a Year to Pursue the Nassar Case, Dozens Say They Were Molested ... e67cf6ce9/

New senate report confirms the FBI was one of Nassar’s top enablers
"The FBI failed to pursue a course of action that would have immediately protected victims in harm's way," Congress finds. ... f3acd.html

Ferguson activist charged with inciting a riot via Facebook posts
* By Rebecca Rivas Of The St. Louis American Jun 3, 2020 Updated ... -released/

‘They just scared me to death.’: Hear from one of the 2 people detained by FBI after Tuesday’s peaceful protest in Homewood ... a-warrant/

These are the 37 Senators that voted to let the FBI seize your internet history without a warrant
Posted on May 14, 2020 by Caleb Chen

Barrasso, John (R-WY)

Blackburn, Marsha (R-TN)

Blunt, Roy (R-MO)

Boozman, John (R-AR)

Burr, Richard (R-NC)

Capito, Shelley Moore (R-WV)

Collins, Susan M. (R-ME)

Cornyn, John (R-TX)

Cotton, Tom (R-AR)

Fischer, Deb (R-NE)

Graham, Lindsey (R-SC)

Hyde-Smith, Cindy (R-MS)

Inhofe, James M. (R-OK)

Johnson, Ron (R-WI)

Lankford, James (R-OK)

McConnell, Mitch (R-KY)

Perdue, David (R-GA)

Portman, Rob (R-OH)

Roberts, Pat (R-KS)

Romney, Mitt (R-UT)

Rubio, Marco (R-FL)

Shelby, Richard C. (R-AL)

Thune, John (R-SD)

Tillis, Thom (R-NC)

Toomey, Patrick J. (R-PA)

Wicker, Roger F. (R-MS)

Young, Todd (R-IN)

Carper, Thomas R. (D-DE)

Casey, Robert P., Jr. (D-PA)

Feinstein, Dianne (D-CA)

Hassan, Margaret Wood (D-NH)

Jones, Doug (D-AL)

Kaine, Tim (D-VA)

Manchin, Joe, III (D-WV)

Shaheen, Jeanne (D-NH)

Warner, Mark R. (D-VA)

Whitehouse, Sheldon (D-RI) ... ince-2016/

A state lawmaker has been wearing a wire for FBI since 2016 ... trick.html

DEA Prostitute Scandal Isn’t Agency’s Only Trick
Posted by Bill Conroy -
Drug-War Agency’s Latin America Operations Tarnished By A Pattern of Unaddressed Corruption Allegations ... -convinced

Cops Are Taking a Knee. Not Everyone Is Convinced.
For the viewer, “Good Cop” images can provide easy reassurance. And for police departments, they are a great organic source of positive PR. ... story.html

California police officer kills man on his knees, mistaking hammer for gun


JUN 03, 2020 | 9:20 PM ... -covid-19/

She was a County potato farmer born during the Spanish flu pandemic. She died of COVID-19. ... story.html

Asheville, NC asks why police destroyed medical supplies


JUN 04, 2020 | 9:03 AM

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Eugene resident Aspen Rosen says she's outraged that Neil Halttunen can now practice law in Oregon.
Posted: Dec 27, 2020 5:57 PM
Updated: Dec 27, 2020

LANE COUNTY, Ore.--After the Oregon Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Neil Halttunen would be granted conditional admission to the Oregon Bar, one woman is blasting the decision, saying it's a betrayal of her and other victims.

Eugene resident Aspen Rosen says she's outraged, not only for herself but for the numerous women who she says fell victim to Halttunen’s actions. She said the court's decision only added more devastation.
“I was a manager of an adult club in Springfield for seven years," Rosen said. "He would swing by and see me every shift and send me pictures and inappropriate videos of S&M."
Rosen said Halttunen’s treatment of young women was “disgusting.”
"He did quite a number on young women in the Springfield area that were young," Rosen said. "He would get women in compromising positions and abuse them.”
Oregon’s Board of Bar Examiners denied his application to practice law, saying “no dispute that from 2009 to 2012 while working as a police officer, he engaged in inappropriate, unethical and dishonest conduct.”
Even Halttunen admits he used his position of trust and authority as an officer to pursue romantic and sexual relationship with women while on duty. ... story.html

Virginia sheriff’s deputy fired for ‘disturbing comments’ on conservative social media site Parler

DEC 27, 2020 AT 11:13 AM ... story.html

How to hold the NYPD accountable

DEC 27, 2020 AT 5:00 A

Truth and Lies of 911 ... angerment/

Church Point Louisiana cop with an arrest history jailed again for domestic abuse battery, child endangerment ... rn-queens/

Traffic cop cuffed after domestic dispute in eastern Queens: NYPD ... k-protest/

Cop filmed punching Haredi man in head during arrest at Bnei Brak protest
Police investigating ‘inappropriate’ conduct of female officer during clashes with ultra-Orthodox demonstrators protesting arrest of draft dodger ... 037919001/

NJ cop fired for sleeping with homeless woman sues to get his job back
Mike Deak
Bridgewater Courier News ... 35360.html

Ex-Alabama cop on a crusade to end reform school abuse has Missouri in his sights 
DECEMBER 27, 2020 05:00 ... man-video/

Police Arrest Another Cop for Assaulting a Handcuffed Man (VIDEO)
By Hassahn - December 28, 2020 ... hospitals/

The U.S. government has reinforced media restrictions at hospitals, reducing the flow of disturbing images of the pandemic.
Peter Maass
December 27 2020, 6:00 a.m. ... te-change/

DECEMBER 28, 2020
Religion Meets Climate Change
BY ROBERT HUNZIKER ... -@#$%!-you/

DECEMBER 28, 2020
When the Landlords Say, “@#$%! You”
BY DAVID ROVICS ... lear-gang/

DECEMBER 28, 2020
Doomsday ex Machina: Daniel Ellsberg and the Nuclear Gang

Kevin Clinesmith did wrong, but why is he the FBI's fall guy?
BY MARK D. FERBRACHE, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR — 12/28/20 02:30 PM EST ... ed-devices

ACLU is suing the FBI over its efforts to break into encrypted devices
By Anthony Spadafora 2 hours ago
The ACLU wants some answers from the FBI ... -find-out/

Does FBI Have a Phone-Hacking Lab? ACLU Sues to Find Out ... ere-suing/

The FBI is Secretly Breaking Into Encrypted Devices. We’re Suing.

Monday, December 28
Tin Nguyen’s prison sentence was commuted, but he landed in ICE detention. Here’s his path to freedom
Vera Castaneda, The LA Times
Julian Assange supporters outnumber his critics. Who are they?
Al Jazeera
NIH Grant Supports AI Solutions for COVID-19 Testing, Surveillance
Jessica Kent, Health IT Analytics

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Did Jeremy Scahill’s Analysis Fumble the Ball in Its Indictment of Joe Biden as an “Empire Politician”?
By Jeremy Kuzmarov - April 30, 2021 ... is-legacy/

Dan Ellsberg Blows the Whistle Again at UMASS-Amherst Conference to Commemorate His Legacy
By Jeremy Kuzmarov - May 7, 2021 ... ard-finds/

Maine police chief created a false report to get out of meeting ... iminatory/

Under new mayor, Boston continues to fight a lawsuit alleging police lieutenant exam was discriminatory
By Danny McDonald Globe Staff,Updated May 13, 2021, 1 hour ago ... =1&slide=0

Students seek end to police at Amherst College ... dward-said

The World of Edward Said

G. David Schine in Hell ... -fake-cops

Police Arrest Two Men for 10-Second Gay Porn Clip With Fake Cops ... ara-faucet

The FBI should turn off the FARA faucet ... t-browsing

Pentagon Surveilling Americans Without a Warrant, Senator Reveals

A letter obtained by Motherboard discusses internet browsing, location, and other forms of data. ... f-victims/

Latest Bizarre Chapter of “War on Drugs”: U.S. Special Forces Train Drug Cartel Enforcers Linked to Rape, Torture and Decapitation of Victims
By Zach El Parece - April 29, 2021 13 ... e-emerges/


Activists and Ex-Spy Said to Have Plotted to Discredit Trump ‘Enemies’ in
Government ... onprofits/

U.S. charities are funding Israeli settler organizations working to evict Palestinians from their East Jerusalem homes.
Alex Kane
May 14 2021, 6:30 a.m. ... er-antifa/

In the year since George Floyd’s murder, conservative news outlets have endlessly hyped distorted stories about violence at Black Lives Matter protests. Key videos they used come from a tight-knit group of eight young journalists.
Robert Mackey, Travis Mannon ... -impunity/

Joe Biden has long facilitated Israel’s impunity. Now, as Gaza burns, he is doing it as president.
Jeremy Scahill, Paul Abowd ... an-option/

South Carolina Is So Desperate for Executions That Firing Squads Have Become an Option
Three death row inmates soon will have to choose between two barbaric forms of execution. ... en-sinema/

From Radical Activist to Senate Obstructionist: The Metamorphosis of Kyrsten Sinema
Her rise is a political fairy tale—and nightmare.

MAY 13, 2021
Cities Are Woefully Unprepared for the Havoc of Climate Change
More than 40 percent have no adaptation plan, a global survey suggests.
* FIONA ... -colombia/

MAY 14, 2021
Roaming Charges: How Bio-Warfare Came to Colombia
BY JEFFREY ST. CLAIR ... ind/print/

MAY 14, 2021
13 Facts About American Prisons That Will Blow Your Mind

In a few minutes time you’ll want to abolish prisons. If you’re not ready for that intellectual and emotional transformation, then please stop reading now. Or put on your thunder shirt.
If you grew up in the United States, like I did, then you probably think prisons are a fact of life. We just go through our day-to-day assuming that a huge chunk our population must be hardened criminals (which is very different from hard criminals: scalawags involved in burgling while aroused) and that without prisons these delinquents would be running everywhere, breaking things, kicking squirrels in the face, and urinating in your car window while you’re at a stoplight. We just assume prisons have been around forever — as if back in caveman times they had one of the caves walled off with sticks and vines where they kept Blartho because he was a real a-hole.
Yet, the truth is that large prisons were not a thing in America or really anywhere in the world until the 1800s. That’s the first in this list of 13 facts about American prisons that will blow your mind. (Pared down and adjusted from my previous list of 1,234 facts about American prisons that will give you liver damage.) ... he-border/

How the Modern NRA Was Born at the Border
A key part of the story of America’s love affair with the gun is also how a romanticized fantasy of the American hunter gets invented—you know, Daniel Boone, Davey Crockett, all that. I ... s-profits/

No wonder poor countries have been last to get vaccines. ... ored-2020/

Project Censored: 10 Stories of 2020 ... es-branch/

Brian C. Turner Named Executive Assistant Director of FBI’s Criminal, Cyber, Response, and Services Branch
May 13, 2021 Homeland Security Today ... 21-045.pdf

Recommendations Issued by the Office of the Inspector General on the FBI that were Not Closed as of December 31, 2020 ... nt-985732/

Lou Dobbs calls out ‘active cover-up’ of Chris Wray’s FBI for hiding Biden evidence during impeachment
October 17, 2020 | ... ke-arrests

FBI Coverup of Murder by a Policeman in 1983. Case still open. FBI can still make arrests. ... -cover-up/

Unsealed Epstein Docs EXPOSE FBI Cover-Up of Powerful (Alleged) Pedos

'I was told Epstein ‘belonged to intelligence’ and to leave it alone...'

Ben Sellers ... ucker-3000

How to Make Sure Your Zoom Name Isn't 'BUTTF*****3000' Before a Meeting

If you’re worried about becoming the next BUTTF****** 3000, don’t worry, Motherboard has you covered.

Thursday, May 13, 2021
COVID-19: Ivermectin tablets to be distributed among Uttarakhand residents Read more at: ... cialShare/ One India ... 58254.html

The Uttarakhand government will be distributing Ivermectin, an antiparasitic drug, among the residents of the state as a preventive medicine against the spread of COVID-19, a senior official said. The Uttarakhand government's announcement comes after Goa and Karnataka issued similar directions. The decision was taken on the recommendation of the state-level clinical technical committee, an order issued by Chief Secretary Om Prakash to all district magistrates said. ... 910d2338ec

Take action & tell Congress:
The 4th Amendment Is NOT For Sale!
You download an app to help you level a shelf in your home and within seconds the US military has access to your moment-to-moment location data. That’s scary but it gets worse: the military is also buying location data from apps that help Muslims find out which direction to pray.
The privacy and civil rights violations are staggering. But it’s not just the US military. ICE, CBP, and the Secret Service were all recently caught buying location tracking data from shady “data mining” tech companies. They’re using a flimsy loophole to bypass the 4th Amendment and spy on all of us.
Today, Senator Ron Wyden and Representative Jerry Nadler introduced a bill to stop this practice and others like it in its tracks. Now your Congress members need to support it and pass it.
Take Action: Tell Congress to pass the 4th Amendment Is Not For Sale Act!

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Many former military and public officials appearing in the news have more than a patriotic interest in a continued occupation.
Ryan Grim, Sara Sirota, Lee Fang, Rose Adams ... ghanistan/

Florida Republican Michael Waltz made up to $25 million from the sale of Metis Solutions, a defense contractor with a spotty record training Afghan security forces.
Lee Fang
August 20 2021, 10:19 a.m. ... imate-bill

The planet is in peril. We’re building Congress’s strongest-ever climate bill
Bernie Sanders ... ri-mothers

Police killed their sons. Their unmovable friendship uncovered a system of lies
Their sons never even saw the officers who shot them. In grief, two mothers formed a bond of support as they sought justice for what happened ... extremism/

Far from breaking with Trump’s civil disorder prosecutions, Biden has doubled down with an expansive view of extremism.
Aaron Miguel Cantú
August 18 2021, 7:00 a.m. ... iometrics/

Biometric collection and identification devices were seized last week during the Taliban’s offensive.
Ken Klippenstein, Sara Sirota ... uble-agent

Apple’s Double Agent

He spent years inside the iPhone leaks and jailbreak community. He was also spying for Apple.

By Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
August 18, 2021, 10:37a ... d-to-qatar

Some Members of Afghanistan's All-Girls Robotics Team Have Escaped to Qatar

As the Taliban continues to take control over Afghanistan, the fate of women—and whether they’ll be able to access education freely—is still unknown. ... nt-is.html

Thursday, August 19, 2021
I said yesterday that the government is trying to destroy the health care system. Nursing homes are about to lose many staff.

No Medicaid and Medicare funds to nursing homes without fully vaxxed staff.  Yet the staff have seen what the vaccinations did to the residents, which is probably why they are the least vaccinated healthcare workers.
Woe to those who have to live in nursing homes.  Hospitals are losing staff.  This is not by chance, but by design.  The institutions of society are being decimated.  Death by 1,000 cuts.

Posted by Meryl Nass, M.D. ... story.html

N.J. state trooper pleads guilty to pulling over and stalking female motorist in his patrol car

AUG 18, 2021 AT 10:00 PM ... rcrowding/

Penobscot County Maine Jail risks losing its license due to overcrowding ... r/3229427/

NY Woman Furious After FBI Raids Her Home Looking for Her Most-Wanted Grandfather
Published August 19, 2021 ... age-threat

Area Businesses Increasingly Partnering With FBI To Tamp Down Chinese Espionage Threat
91.7 WVXU | By Ann Thompson
Published August 18, 2021 at 4:38 PM EDT

Wen Ho Lee, Designated Scapegoat

FBI agent who stole heroin sentenced to 3 years in prison

A onetime FBI agent who fed his drug addiction by stealing heroin seized as evidence in criminal cases was sentenced Thursday to three years in federal prison, a punishment far less than prosecutors and other law enforcement authorities sought. ... e-61745-1/

Healthcare Executives Invited to Engage with FBI Veteran on Cyber Threat Climate
Date:8/19/2021 ... 21-104.pdf

Report of Investigation Regarding Alleged Unauthorized Contacts by Federal Bureau of Investigation Employees with the Media and Other Persons in Advance of the 2016 Election

I. Introduction and Background ... -and-honor

Findings of Misconduct by a then FBI Unit Chief for Failure to Satisfy Financial Obligations and Honor Just Debts, Misuse of Position by Requesting and Obtaining a Loan from a Subordinate, and Lack of Candor in FBI and Federal Financial Disclosure Forms ... ptain.html

N.J. town settles former cop’s gender discrimination suit for $14K, promotes her to captain
Published: Aug. 18, 2021, 1:01 p.m. ... -shooting/

Shool cop Scot Peterson emotional after hearing on Parkland shooting
Resource officer wants child neglect and perjury charges dropped ... nother-cop

Lansing cop charged with sex abuse thought he was chatting with a 15-year-old. It was another cop ... f192cf8cb1

Housemate of Aurora cop facing assault charges says he shouldn't have been hired as police officer
John Haubert is accused of beating and strangling Kyle Vinson while trying to take him into custody last month ... ay-1620903

Cop Murders 3-Year-Old Son Before Taking His Own Life, Police Say
BY KHALEDA RAHMAN ON 8/19/21 AT 4:43 AM EDT ... story.html

Murder charges dropped against Hawaii police officers who killed 16-year-old Iremamber Sykap

AUG 19, 2021 AT 2:02 PM

NYPD cop indicted for fatal shooting of Long Island friend

AUG 20, 2021 AT 7:27 PM ... story.html

Cops accused of spray-painting swastika, happy face on towed vehicle in California

AUG 20, 2021 AT 1:38 PM ... n-charges/

Mass state police captain faces child porn charges ... ate-crisis

Rain falls on peak of Greenland ice cap for first time on record ... using-coal
‘Green steel’: Swedish company ships first batch made without using coal ... m%2066.pdf

Car Burnings and Assaults on Radicals
Linked to F .B .1 . Agents in Last 5 Years ... on-of.html

Saturday, August 21, 2021

Is the mandate a controlled demolition of many moving parts in the healthcare system? Emergency Medical Services? Ambulances when you need them? ... NewsSearch

Miami police union posts picture of chief using same gesture that got cop suspended ... r-neglect/

Cop who hid during Parkland school shooting to go on trial for neglect
By Jorge Fitz-Gibbon
August 20, 2021 5:09pm Updated ... ty-murder/

Alabama Cop Begs for ‘Mercy,’ Has Friends Proclaim His ‘Christian’ Values Before Sentencing for On-Duty Murder

AARON KELLERAug 21st, 2021, 11:55 am

City cop nabbed for extortion ... with-drugs

Cop held with drugs
Our Correspondent . Jashore | Published: 04:25, Aug 23,2021

Two rape cases against Spokane cop to be tried at same time
Posted: August 19, 2021 1:15 PM ... NewsSearch

AG Indicts Former NYPD Cop on Murder Charges in 2020 Farmingdale Shooting ... story.html

Trump border wall damaged by heavy flooding

AUG 22, 2021 AT 7:22 PM

Titticut Follies Film Review

Frederick Wiseman's "Titicut Follies" was filmed in 1966 at the State Hospital for the Criminally Insane at Bridgewater, Mass. It was shown at the 1967 New York Film Festival, had two limited runs in New York and -- aside from a few screenings before film societies -- has had no other distribution. This is its first commercial booking outside New York.
It is not hard to understand why this is the case. "Titicut Follies" is one of the most despairing documentaries I have ever seen; more immediate than fiction because these people are real; more savage than satire because it seems to be neutral.

We are literally taken into a madhouse. Inmates of varying degrees of mental illness are treated with the same casual inhumanity. There is an old man named Jim who is constantly taunted by the guards, whose uniforms are disturbingly similar to a policeman's. While he is being shaved with fast, painful strokes by the barber, the guards needle him: "Why's your room so filthy, Jim? What's that you said, Jim?" They are bullies who have their victim pinned and helpless.
When Jim is returned to his room, it is an absolutely empty cell. And Jim is naked. It appears that the inmates are deprived of clothing much of the time because that is cheaper and makes security easier. It is not explained how naked confinement in a barren cell cures mental illness and indeed this hospital seems to come from the Middle Ages ... 1-million/

5 private Maine islands you can own for less than $1 million ... icc-sudan/

USAID’s Samantha Power Reaches New Summit of Cynicism About International Criminal Court
Power recently celebrated Sudan for voting to join the ICC. She discreetly did not mention who hasn’t joined: the United States.
Jon Schwarz
August 23 2021, 7:00 a.m.

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Friday, September 3, 2021
Ivermectin Metaanalysis

Tess Lawrie's group's metaanalysis of ivermectin research papers, published in June, has received a great deal of positive attention.  It was, as expected, carefully done.  The authors graded the quality of the papers they reviewed.  
The abstract noted:
"Therapeutic Advances: Meta-analysis of 15 trials found that ivermectin reduced risk of death compared with no ivermectin (average risk ratio 0.38, 95% confidence interval 0.19–0.73; n 5 2438; I2 5 49%; moderate-certainty evidence)..." This means that using only evidence of moderately good quality (high quality is often hard to come by, especially using observational data), if 100 people sick enough with Covid to die are given ivermectin, only 38 will die, and 62% will be saved.  
"Low-certainty evidence found that ivermectin prophylaxis reduced COVID-19 infection by an average 86% (95% confidence interval 79%–91%)." 
More doctors are using the drug.  More patients are hearing about it.  I have been getting more calls from patients who want to know about it.  The NY Times said pharmacists are filling 88,000 scripts a week now.

09.02.21 - 5:00PM
Former FBI Agent, Coleen Rowley on The 9/11, 20 Years Later

Today on the Show: Former FBI special agent and division counsel, Coleen Rowley blows the whistle on what the FBI and asserts 9/11 attacks could have been prevented if FBI HQ had just read, shared and acted on the memos addressed to them leading up to the attacks. And Greg Palast says energy, which runs the Louisiana power system, is a racketeering enterprise parading as a power company ... emary-dew/

“They will line up behind the abusers every time” – an Interview with FBI Whistleblower Rosemary Dew

byJane Turner September 1, 2021 in Gov ... -side.html

Whitmire: Bodycams reveal a good cop, a bad cop and a mayor who picked the wrong side
Updated: 10:46 a.m. | Published: 10:05 a.m. ... e-charges/

4th Chicago cop in weeks arrested on excessive force charges

Posted: Sep 2, 2021 / 11:27 AM CDT / Updated: Sep 2, 2021 / 11:27 AM CDT ... e92de.html

Porter County cop fails to dodge 4-year-old child abuse case ... 2843e.html

Cop ordered back to prison, admits to using meth on probation
Traci L. Miller The Herald Bulletin 
Aug 31, 2021 ... ghter.html

3 Colorado cops, 2 paramedics charged with manslaughter, negligent homicide in Black man’s death ... assar-case

Senate Committee to hold hearing on FBI's 'dereliction of duty' in Nassar case on Sept. 15
BY MYCHAEL SCHNELL - 09/02/21 02:55 PM EDT ... a-cover-up

9/11 victims’ families urge watchdog to investigate FBI for Saudi Arabia cover-up
by Mike Brest, Defense Reporter |  | September 02, 2021 08:38 PM ... train.html

Defendants in Gov. Whitmer kidnap plot cast FBI as a ‘runaway train’
Updated: 7:02 p.m. | Published: 6:04 p.m. ... estigation

Hot Spring County deputy resigns during an FBI investigation

by Marine GlisovicThursday, September 2nd 2021 ... igate-fbis

9/11 community members ask DOJ Inspector General to investigate FBI's handling of evidence ... -virginia/

FBI Pittsburgh accepting applications for Teen Academy programs in Western PA and West Virginia ... 021-09-02/

D.C. court orders FBI lawyer's license suspended for one year ... he-bridge-

FBI Migrating Surveillance Warrant Workflow To 'The Bridge'
Law360 (September 2, 2021, 6:20 PM EDT) -- The FBI filed a seventh update with the U. S. Foreign Surveillance Intelligence Court last week following court orders requiring the agency to explain how it will improve the integrity of its surveillance warrant protocols. In a letter released Monday, National Security Division's Chief Oversight Officer Kevin O'Conner advised FISC that the FBI is transferring its warrant application workflow to a new system called The Bridge, purportedly designed to increase accuracy ... ance-tool/

More Copwatchers! Less Cops w Cameras!

The People’s Database for Community-Based Police Accountability:
A Berkeley Copwatch + WITNESS Initiative ... -scanning/

‘Like remote-controlling your arm against you’: Snowden says Apple WON’T DECIDE what it scans the phones for – governments will
2 Sep, 2021 17:26 / Updated 9 hours ago ... lice-guns/

Why Americans will never surrender their guns – even if it means peace with the police ... d-project/

Russia building 'sanitary shield' network of labs working with dangerous viruses, to understand pathogens & develop new vaccines
3 Sep, 2021 13:01 ... uantanamo/

‘To this day I can’t sleep’: Moazzam Begg, tortured in Bagram and Gitmo, talks to RT after 20-year US war in Afghanistan ends
2 Sep, 2021 19:15 ... pollution/

The West Virginia Senator Reaps Big Financial Rewards From a Network of Coal Companies With Grim Records of Pollution, Safety Violations, and Death ... war-biden/

“If the government’s a criminal syndicate a year from now, how will troops make a difference?”
Ryan Grim
September 2 2021, 6:35 p.m. ... bscribers/

September 2, 2021
Listen To The Sixth Episode Of 'Primary Sources' With Thomas Drake ... ion-people

US-led global 'war on terror' has killed nearly one million people
The 'forever wars' waged by the US since the 9/11 attacks have so far cost more than $8 trillion, according to new report by Brown University ... ta-says-no

Police Say Demoralized Officers Are Quitting In Droves. Labor Data Says No.
While other industries were devastated by the pandemic last year, police departments felt a much smaller impact. ... or-pennies

Some prison labor programs lose money — even when prisoners work for pennies
Officials claim programs provide skills, but critics say there’s little evidence. ... 00847.html

Key FBI agent in Whitmer kidnapping plot posted anti-Trump rants online during investigation
Jeremy Beaman
Thu, September 2, 2021, 10:48 PM·3 min read ... NewsSearch

9/11 families urge inspector general to probe FBI handling of videotape evidence ... NewsSearch

Sept. 11 victims' families push U.S. watchdog to investigate FBI's 'lost' evidence ... i-1128895/

Lara Logan warns troop-supporting Americans, Biden critics are at risk of punishment from FBI


by Steve Hochstadt ... steel.html

Thursday, September 2, 2021
Moderna: visible stainless steel particles in 3 lots of Japanese vaccines won't hurt you/ Reuters

From Reuters:

"Stainless steel is routinely used in heart valves, joint replacements and metal sutures and staples. As such, it is not expected that injection of the particles identified in these lots in Japan would result in increased medical risk," Takeda and Moderna said in a joint statement.

I guess this means:  "Get used to it."  The vaccine companies are calling the shots.  "Get in line and shut up.  We decide how often you have to get it, and we decide whether our adulterated vaccines are just fine for you."
Reuters noted playfully, 

"Moderna shares were up 2.6% following the statement," and "The contamination issue gained more attention after the health ministry said on Saturday that two men, aged 38 and 30, died in August within days ... arnsworth/

Ashley Bryan to receive award from Farnsworth
The Maine in America Award is awarded for outstanding contribution to Maine’s role in American art.

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‘It feels like the start of something’: Reginald Dwayne Betts on his groundbreaking prison library project

Black ex-con Betts, now 40, a Yale-trained lawyer and a recipient last month of the prestigious MacArthur “genius grant”, now endeavors to offer incarcerated people a similar experience with 1,000 micro-libraries in prisons across the country through his non-profit, Freedom Reads. ... ense-rape/

Federal prosecutors threw the book at George, a member of the Colville tribes, who didn’t fit the narrative of a “perfect victim.”
Victoria Law
October 8 2021, 7:00 a.m. ... story.html

Government issuing ‘keyword’ warrants to Google that request info about users searching certain phrases

OCT 06, 2021 AT 2:29 PM ... 518088.php

Hate crime campaign launched by FBI Houston, Anti-Defamation League
A new initiative encouraging the public to report hate crimes was announced Thursday by the FBI Houston and the ... ... story.html

Jury Concludes FBI assassinated Martin Luther King ... story.html

NYC correction officer busted for smuggling razor to detainee; ‘unconscionable’ says Correction chief

OCT 08, 2021 AT 2:20 PM ... story.html

CCRB co-founder decries ‘bias’ at office where NYPD cops face civilian accusations

OCT 08, 2021 AT 1:10 PM ... nty-jails/

Maine’s new bail law may ease the crunch for struggling county jails
The sponsors of a new law that ends cash bail requirements for most minor charges say people who are not a danger to the public shouldn't be stuck in county jails just because they're too poor to pay bail. ... n-and-now/

Tracking Activists: The FBI’s Surveillance of Black Women Activists Then and Now
ASHLEY D. FARMER ... esistance/

Maine police say bill that would prohibit profiling goes too far
Law enforcement officials say profiling is unacceptable but object to the costs of a measure to mandate training and require police to collect data and investigate complaints. ... fb383b803e

Meet the activists perfecting the craft of anti-surveillance ... pinkertons

Government Surveillance of Activists and Labor Organizers Is Alive and Well
CHIP GIBBONS ... s-vehicle/

Boston police give short suspension to sergeant who bragged about hitting George Floyd protesters with his vehicle
By Laura Crimaldi Globe Staff,Updated October 8, 2021, ... ddac12031b

Minneapolis Is About to Vote on Whether to Dismantle the Police
Will the city at the center of last summer’s racial justice protests decide to remake public safety? We’ll soon find out.
LOGAN CARROLL OCTOBER 4, 2021 ... -law-firms

Fossil fuel companies paying top law firms millions to ‘dodge responsibility’
Over the last five years, the 100 top law firms in the US represented fossil fuel clients in 358 legal cases and transactions worth $1.36trillion ... ria-ressa/

First Look Institute’s Press Freedom Defense Fund has backed Ressa’s legal fight against the Philippine government since 2017.
James Risen
October 8 2021, 5:00 p.m.


This is an URGENTt show. PLEASE SHARE IT WIDELY, particularly with researchers in US and other countries looking to understand how their nation's public health system was hijacked re the covid pandemic and with lawyers looking to make cases against the culprits. Below is a blurb describing the show in more detail: 

A bombshell research paper by independent researcher Yohan Tengra exposes how an organized cabal of well-funded hybrid public-private organizations, big pharma corporations, paid-off public servants and non-profit organizations, particularly the Gates Foundation, took over India’s public health system to control the nation’s Covid-19 policies for profit. Tengra’s research raises questions about whether this roadmap has been duplicated in other nations. 
Kindest regards,
Kristina ... -lockdown/

Inmates and families decry conditions in Cumberland County Jail during lockdown

BBC debunks ivermectin
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Lehigh Valley Live
Phillipsburg cop had child porn pictures, videos, prosecutor saysA Phillipsburg police officer faces two counts of endangering the welfare of a child after authorities found a total ... 1651253728

FBI Conducted Potentially Millions of Searches of Americans’ Data Last Year, Report Says
Searches in national-security investigations came without warrants, could stoke privacy concerns in Congress ... t-00028178

cop running for Newark council on mayor's slate was accused of sexual assault
The allegation, which did not lead to criminal charges, was made by a fellow officer. ... index.html

FBI violated rights of accused subway shooter by taking his DNA, attorney says in court filing

By Mark Morales, CNN

Updated 3:39 PM ET, Thu April 28, 2022 ... o.mp4/view

FBI Los Angeles Diversity Agent Recruitment Event Promotional Video
The FBI is seeking motivated individuals to join our diverse team of FBI special agents. FBI Los Angeles will be hosting a virtual recruiting on May 4. Candidates may apply to attend the event at This event is open to interested applicants from all backgrounds who possess a variety of skills, including foreign language ability. ... -to-russia

How a Double Agent Sold Out the FBI to Russia

And how it could happen again.
Lis Wiehl

Updated Apr. 30, 2022 3:36AM ET 
Published Apr. 29, 2022 11:32PM ET ... tay-texas/

The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals halted Lucio’s execution and ordered her trial court to consider evidence of innocence.
Liliana Segura, Jordan Smith ... being.html

Saturday, April 30, 2022
How the Board smeared me without being subject to libel/ Miami Herald Feb 8, 2022

Excerpted from the Miami Herald/syndicated story, the phraseology is intended to leave the impression I "am or may be" a substance abuser.
“The information received by the Board demonstrates that Dr. Nass is or may be unable to practice medicine with reasonable skill and safety to her patients by reason of mental illness, alcohol intemperance, excessive use of drugs, narcotics, or as a result of a mental or physical condition interfering with the competent practice of medicine,” the evaluation order states. 
The complaints against Nass include how the board was told she engaged in “public dissemination of ‘misinformation’” about COVID-19 and vaccinations “via a video interview and on her website,” the board said about the October 26, 2021 complaint. It lists several comments Nass made that were subject to the board’s investigation. Roughly 10 days later, the board got another complaint about Nass “spreading COVID and COVID vaccination misinformation on Twitter,” it said. 
Nass called “disinformation and misinformation” a “fuzzy concept” that the board hasn’t defined for her, she said. “There’s no law that says doctors can’t express their educated opinion on any subject.” Other grounds for her suspension include how Nass treated COVID-19 patients with Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, according to the board. The board noted that Ivermectin isn’t Food and Drug Administration “authorized or approved” as a treatment for COVID-19 in the suspension order.
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As more wrongful convictions unravel, exonerees help one another adjust to life beyond bars
With a bond forged by the horror of being wrongfully imprisoned, a group of predominantly Black and Latino men have helped one another navigate the difficult transition back into the society that left them behind. ... contracts/

The Boston Globe
FBI arrests Stoneham police officer and brother for allegedly paying kickbacks to get $36m in MassSave contractsStoneham Police Offi

Here again is April's weather summary according to Ed Hummel in Garland Maine who keeps his eagle eye and meteorological instruments trained on our various atmospheres:

Garland Climatology for April, 2022 (30 year normals from 1991-2020 in parentheses): 
average max:  55.7F (54.6F) 
average min:   32.9F (31.8F) 
extreme max:  67F 
extreme min:  23F 
total precipitation:   6.34 in. (4.64 in.) 
total snowfall:  0.8 in. (4.6 in.) 
April this year didn’t come near to the unseasonable warmth that occurred last year, but it was still over a degree F higher for both the average max and min despite having a lot of extended cloudy periods and nearly 2 inches more of total precipitation than an average April.  The warmer than usual temperatures also kept most of the precipitation as rain with only two days that had a dusting of snow on each day.  All the storms that affected us during the month kept most of central Maine on their warmer side with only a few brief flurries and snow showers occurring once the storms had already passed by.  We also had some extended dry periods when high pressure became stuck over New England the same way that some low pressure systems also became stuck to bring us the wetter than usual month.  With the sluggish pattern persisting all month, it was either long stretches of relatively warm and dry conditions or else long stretches of cloudy, cool and damp conditions.  Heating degrees for the month totaled 621 compared to an average of 654 for a more “normal” month.  That compares to only 518 last year which reflected just how much warmer than usual that April was. ... on-1702432

Trump-Picked FBI Director 'Will Be Prosecuted and Imprisoned': Steve Bannon
BY JASON LEMON ON 4/30/22 AT 11:48 AM EDT ... dquarters/

Congress is asking the wrong questions about a new FBI headquarters
BY KEVIN R. BROCK, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR - 04/29/22 9:00 AM ET ... -use-them/
Boston’s police watchdog has real teeth. It’s time to use them. ... dical-dies

Kathy Boudin, former Weather Underground radical, dies at 78
Boudin spent more than two decades in prison for her role in a fatal 1981 armored truck robbery north of New York City ... story.html

NYC’s next sheriff Anthony Miranda has ties to disgraced Queens politician Hiram Monserrate ... story.html

San Jose police officer who responded to kidnapping of 3-month-old baby last month was allegedly drunk at scene

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The FBI Keeps Interfering In Presidential Elections. Time To Disband It
JULY 27, 2022 ... rds-517049

‘An outrage against democracy’: JFK's nephews urge Biden to reveal assassination records

FBI role in assassination black candidate for President Martin Luther King

Dr. William Pepper: Untold Truth on Martin Luther King's Assassination ... -rcna38615

FBI failures before the Capitol siege avoided the Jan. 6 committee's scorn. Not for long.
The House Jan. 6 panel has been running a behind-the-scenes investigation into how law enforcement missed the warning signs flashing before the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. ... atastrophe

‘Soon it will be unrecognisable’: total climate meltdown cannot be stopped, says expert ... -its-core/

No, Sen. Grassley, the FBI is not corrupted to its core

Sen. Johnson: Can’t trust FBI to ‘get to the bottom’ of Hunter Biden allegations
By Mark Moore
July 31, 2022 2:39pm Updated ... e096a2235f

FBI open to settling claims they did nothing while gymnasts sexually abused by Nassar
July 28, 2022 ... ab-scandal

FBI Lab Scandal

Will Tainted FBI Crime Lab Evidence Get Death Row Inmate Oscar Bolin a New Trial? ... 000-cases/

FBI Lab Flaws Traced To 3,000 Cases ... ional-park

‘Wake-up call’ for climate-sceptic Czechs as blaze devastates national park
Sentiment is shifting among politicians and public as beloved region of forested mountains goes up in flames ... tures-peak

Mediterranean ecosystem suffering ‘marine wildfire’ as temperatures peak
Parts of Mediterranean are 6C warmer than usual for time of year ... oam40zk0w/

Maine needs nearly 6 inches of rain in the next month to end its drought
Sudden bursts and downpours unfortunately aren’t enough to mitigate drought conditions throughout the state. ... t-holders/

NewsTalk KZRG
Hawley wants answers on FBI's 'audit' of Missouri concealed ...WASHINGTON — Today U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) sent a letter to Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director Christopher Wray,... ... ommentary/

Biden’s good-economy bull, FBI’s double election meddling and other commentary
By Post Editorial Board
July 29, 2022 ... d/1081058/

Rep. Sessions to Newsmax: FBI Should Probe Hunter Biden or Face Congressional PanelPete Sessions, R-Texas, told Newsmax that the FBI ought not to invoke political bias when it comes to investigating Hunter Biden,... ... ed-by-crt/

July 29, 2022


Condemn the FBI raids in St Louis, MO and St Petersburg, FL!
Defend our rights to speak and organize! Stop political repression! ... ulf-maine/

A bellwether of climate change, puffins are struggling to survive in a warming Gulf of Maine
“There are real red flags — warning signs — right now for these puffins,” said Donald Lyons, director of conservation science at the National Audubon Society’s Seabird Institute in Bremen, Maine. ... ords-show/

Homeland Security watchdog halted plan to recover Secret Service texts, records show
The Department of Homeland Security's chief watchdog scrapped its investigative team's effort to collect agency phones to try to recover deleted Secret Service texts this year, according to four people with knowledge of the decision and internal records reviewed by The Washington Post. ... from-cops/

Battenfeld: Son of State Police superintendent gets special treatment from cops ... s-for-35m/

Long Island man shot in eye by off-duty NYPD cop sues for $35M
By Kathianne Boniello
July 30, 2022 ... 385307007/
Ex-Paterson cop Spencer Finch indicted in alleged 2021 assault captured on video ... story.html

New York Daily News
Off-duty NYPD cop busted for driving with bogus plateAn off-duty NYPD cop found himself behind bars this week after he was caught driving his personal car over the Outerbridge Crossing into... ... riend.html
Report: Off-duty NYPD cop arrested, charged after firing gun in air following argument with girlfriendSTATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – An off-duty NYPD officer has arrested on Long Island for firing his gun in the air during an agreement with his... ... ntral-ohio

New buyout approved for CPD officers as city experiences cop shortageOf those graduating, 52 of them will be CPD cops, the others are from Bexley, Gahanna, Reynoldsburg, Upper Arlington, and Westerville. ... story.html

Former correctional officer sentenced to nearly 7 years in prison for sexually abusing 4 inmates

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Meet Percy! He's a police department's emotional support bunny
Share ... sh-school/
Rio Rancho Observer
RRPD hosts Coffee with a CopThursday's Coffee with a Cop event is one of several hosted by RRPD throughout the year intended to break down the barriers between police officers and the... ... sh-school/
FBI Director speaks about current threats to U.S. at Bush School
By Morgan Riddell
Published: Apr. 5, 2023
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) - The head of the FBI spent time in College Station Wednesday night.
Director Christopher Wray met with about 700 students and community leaders at the Bush School of Government and Public Service to discuss the importance of service and current events ... st-vpx.cnn
Hear the police call after FBI and Army members raid wrong hotel room
Members of the FBI and the US Army Special Operations Command who were conducting a training exercise in downtown Boston raided the wrong hotel room and detained the person inside before realizing their mistake, the FBI said in a statement to CNN. CNN's Natasha Bertrand has the latest.
02:12 - Source: CNN ... /13092058/
Parents of man shot by FBI at north Houston motel call for transparency: 'Give us closure'
Alberto Montes II's alleged accomplice, 17-year-old Josiah Jackson, is currently behind bars accused of aggravated kidnapping.
ByJessica Willey
Wednesday, April 5, 2023 ... -case-of-/
DOJ ‘inadvertently’ hid evidence in case of FBI agent accused of colluding with Russia
By Jeff Mordock - The Washington Times - Thursday, April 6, 2023
In a letter to Manhattan U.S. District Judge Jennifer Rearden, Justice Department prosecutor Damian Williams said his team mistakenly forgot to turn over four categories of evidence to ex-FBI official Charles McGonigal’s defense team during the discovery process. ... rt-us-data
Greenhouse gas emissions rose at ‘alarming’ rate last year, US data shows
Noaa report shows rapid increase in atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide
Thu 6 Apr 2023 ... ips-emails
Harvard professor lobbied SEC on behalf of oil firm that pays her lavishly, emails show
Environmental law professor Jody Freeman urged to cut ties with ConocoPhillips, which pays her more than $350,000 a year ... on-valley/
Cop Nicholas Tartaglione faces life in prison after murdering four men in the Hudson Valley
By Ben Feuerherd
April 6, 2023
Lewis et. al. v. Rosenberg Police Department et. al.| ... d-sergeant
Convicted Of Battery, Joliet Cop Promoted To Sergeant
Police Chief Bill Evans urged the Joliet police and fire board to make Bob Mau a sergeant despite Mau's violent past. The board voted 4-1.
John Ferak,
Patch Staff
Thu, Apr 6, 2023 ... city-site/
DeKalb County issues stop work order for Cop City site
Dan Whisenhunt Apr 6, 202 ... chool.html
Uvalde shooting victim's mom is shoved and bruised by cop at elementary school after she tried to remove her son during protest about gun violence
* Ana Rodriguez's daughter Maite, 10, was one of the victims of the Robb Elementary mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas in May 2022 
* On Wednesday, she tried to pull her son from Flores Elementary to participate in a national gun violence school walkout protest, but was stopped by police
* Video shows a Texas trooper shoving her back out the door as she tried to enter
6 April 2023 ... oman-raped
April 6, 2023 8:29am EDT
California city pays $1M to settle lawsuit alleging cop arrested a woman, then raped her.
The CA woman who was arrested for DUI woke up to the cop raping her ... s-29648248
Bodycam vid released after cops shoot dead black teen while sitting behind him in car
Dalaneo Martin, 17, from Washington, US, was asleep in a parked stolen SUV car when a police officer climbed in the backseat - the teen drove off but just seconds later the cop shoots him dead
Moment US Park Police shoot black teen in stolen car
ByLiam BucklerUS News Reporter
6 Apr 2023 ... ace-trial/
SF Cop Who Was Caught on Video Grabbing Woman’s Groin to Face Trial
Written by Jonah Owen Lamb ... urder.html
Police Officer With Bit Part in Epstein Jail Drama Is Convicted of Murder
Nicholas Tartaglione, a retired police officer who had shared a cell with Jeffrey Epstein, the disgraced financier, killed four men over a debt, prosecutors said.
By Karen Zraick
April 6, 2023 ... n/43535201
Farmington police shoot and kill man at wrong response location

Apr 6, 2023 ... a9GjBp1mC/
Chicago's new mayor to use vacant police salaries to fund mental health outreach teams
On police staffing, Brandon Johnson has vowed to promote current officers to increase the number of detectives by 200 ... y/43533998#
Greenfield police officer convicted of battery in off-duty attack
Apr 6, 2023 ... n/42686264
Metheun Police Department. Joseph Solomon ran the Methuen Police Department like the “don of an organized crime family,” relying on “humiliation, fear, intimidation, and retaliation,” according to a new city-funded investigation that found the former chief repeatedly broke the law during his 15-year tenure ... it-police/
Hennepin County Sheriff Dave Hutchinson fired from Metro Transit Police
Kyle Brown KSTP
Published: April 6, 2023 ... s-election
April 6, 2023
Chicago pastor prays for 'disheartened' police after progressive mayor wins election
Johnson won mayor race because Chiacgo's teachers union is a 'powerful force,' Pastor Corey Brooks says ... e-lawsuit/
Umatilla police officer no longer works for city after negligence lawsuit
By Antonio Sierra (OPB)
April 6, 2023 10:07 p.m.
Lawsuit alleges “the police did nothing” after victim provided evidence of sexual assault

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Senate Report: Nearly 700 Former High-Ranking Pentagon and Other Government Officials Now Work at the Top 20 Defense Contractors
By Jeremy Kuzmarov - May 12, 2023 ... -of-choice
CYBER: Inside the Italian Mafia’s Encrypted Phone of Choice
A look inside the secretive world of 'No. 1 Business Communication,' an encrypted phone system used by the Mafia.
By Matthew Gault
May 12, 2023 ... 8288745639
Hundreds pack Atlanta City Hall for council meeting, protesting future public safety training center
Nearly 300 people signed up for public comments, in a process officials estimated would take nine hours.
Author: Joe Ripley, Jonathan Raymond (11Alive)
Published: 6:58 PM EDT May 15, 2023 ... h-warrants

Colorado’s Top Court Seems Reluctant To Give Judicial Blessing To ‘Reverse’ Keyword Search Warrants
from the don't-we-have-a-4th-amendment? dept
Mon, May 15th 2023 01:40pm - Tim Cushing
Having figured out the internet is a great place to find things, cops are increasingly relying on warrants that target tech companies in hopes of finding suspects, rather than finding suspects first and working forward from there.
Thanks to the Third Party Doctrine, there’s very little expectation of privacy in what people share with the companies and services they use to interact with the internet. Thanks to sheer novelty, the new law enforcement normal has been difficult to challenge, due to the dearth of precedential case law.
The US Supreme Court has at least set a few guidelines, but they’re easy to avoid or ignore. In untested waters, the first ones to fishing for information are often able to walk away with their outsized hauls. But as warrants targeting search terms or GPS location because more commonplace ... -2020-win/
Mike Morell can’t clean up this ‘dirty’ letter that was meant to secure Biden’s 2020 win
By Miranda Devine
May 14, 2023 ... hedge-fund
Mormon church has $100bn ‘clandestine hedge fund’, says whistleblower
Former church investment manager claims funds were intended for charity work but spent on for-profit initiatives as a tax dodge

EXCLUSIVE - The FBI's 'abuse of power': Three whistleblowers will lay out how bureau 'inflated domestic extremism' stats and prioritized January 6 defendants over child predators in bombshell hearing
* Rep. Jim Jordan secured the in-person testimony of former FBI officials Garret O'Boyle, Steve Friend and Marcus Allen - all who have been suspended for vocalizing concerns
* The witnesses will detail on Thursday how they have been 'retaliated' against by the FBI for speaking out
* The officials say the FBI has inflated statistics on 'domestic violent extremism' to fit the Biden administration's political narratives
PUBLISHED: 13:00 EDT, 15 May 2023 | UPDATED: 13:10 EDT, 15 May 2023 ... 00697.html
FBI agent is suing Central Ky. police department as he faces federal firearms charges
Taylor Six
Mon, May 15, 2023 at 1:34 PM EDT·4 min read ... r-in-2022/
FBI agent sentenced to home confinement for soliciting minor in 2022
by: C. Allan
Posted: May 15, 2023 / ... ith-comer/
FBI Refuses to Comply with Comer!
May 15, 2023 ... e=EFFector

EFFector 35.6
How To Control Speech And Break Encryption, In Three Acts
In our 792nd issue ... dium=email

What is the proof that the W.H.O.'s pandemic treaty and/or IHR amendments (proposed) will truly grab sovereignty over global health and 'One Health'?
Michael Nevradakis answered that question in a Defender article. It's not simple, because the lawyers who formulated this did their best to hide their tracks.

MAY 15, 2023

Copaganda ... isode-100/
‘FBI’ Season 5 Finale Photos — Episode 100Things look doubly intense as the "FBI" Season 5 finale doubles as the CBS procedural's milestone 100th episode.
May 15, 2023
FBI, DOJ have 'turned a blind eye' on Biden family business deals: Rep. Tim Burchett
Rep. Tim Burchett, R-Tenn., joins 'Mornings with Maria' to discuss the investigation into the Biden family business dealings, Rep. Comer's revelations on the probe, government spending and his vote on the debt limit bill. ... m-violence
Cop Candidate Faced Complaints About Racism, Violence
While Angel Maysonet was cleared of the charges by the NYPD, his run for school board is causing controversy in an upstate New York town.
Kate Briquelet
Kelly Weill
Published May. 15, 2023 ... ooked-cop/
Howie Carr: Ex-Massachusetts State Police union president Dana Pullman, a crooked cop’s crooked cop Following conviction, he’s still pulling a $65G+ state pension
By HOWIE CARR | [email protected] | Boston Herald
May 14, 2023 ... d-Cop.aspx
Investigation Needed On Why Bad Cop Went Free
* Saturday, May 13, 2023 ... -database/

Attorney general investigating Boston police gang unit and database
Attorney General Andrea Campbell’s office said the investigation is ongoing and has not reached any findings or conclusions. ... d-it-isnt/

EU Commission Asks EU Council Lawyers If Compelled Client-Side Scanning Is Legal, Gets Told It Isn’t
(Mis)Uses of Technology
from the Welcome-to-Lawsuit-Town,-commissioners dept
Mon, May 15th 2023 10:48am - Tim Cushing
Lots of ideas have been floated by legislators and others in hopes of limiting the distribution of child sexual abuse material (CSAM). Very few of these ideas have been good. Most have assumed that the problem is so horrendous any efforts are justified. The problem here is that governments need to actually justify mandated mass privacy invasions, which is something that they almost always can’t do.
It’s even a fraught issue in the private sector. Apple briefly proposed engaging in client-side scanning of users’ devices to detect CSAM and prevent its distribution. This effort was put on hold when pretty much everyone objected to Apple’s proposal, stating the obvious problems it would create — a list that included undermining the security and privacy protections Apple has long used ... w-ip-czar/

Biden Nominates Legacy Entertainment Industry Copyright Enforcer To Be New IP Czar
from the revolving-door-keeps-revolving dept
Fri, May 12th 2023 04:00pm - Mike Masnick
I have to admit that I’d lost track of the whole White House IP Czar position. Officially, the “Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator” or IPEC, the job was created by the “Pro-IP Act” in 2008, and we warned that the whole thing was an attempt to turn the White House into Hollywood’s private copyright police force. The first IPEC didn’t come until after President Obama was elected, and while he was in office, there were two ... l-charges/

‘Accountability needs to be taken’: Women hit by Boston police van file for criminal charges
The officer who was driving had been arrested twice on charges of reckless and negligent driving, before being hired by Boston police ... -says.html
Holyoke cop abused power looking into estranged wife’s friend, complaint says
* Published: May. 15, 2023 ... ing-4-boys
Medal Of Valor-Winning Cop Accused Of Molesting 4 Boys
Deputies arrested a 25-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department om suspicion of sexually abusing children.
Paige Austin,
Posted Mon, May 15, 2023 ... s-nationa/
House GOP rolls out a series of pro-cop bills for National Police Week
By Kerry Picket - The Washington Times - Updated: 7:51 p.m. on Monday, May 15, 2023
House lawmakers will vote on a series of law enforcement-centered bills this week as police from around the country gather in Washington. ... er-weekend
Cop Accused Of Sex Abuse Among 5 NYC Workers Arrested Over Weekend: PDAnother cop was charged with driving drunk and a school crossing guard stands accused of punching a girl in the face, police said. ... s-29981945
The Mirror
Cop turned OnlyFans star 'missed chance to catch Wayne Couzens 3 days before murder'Ex-cop turned OnlyFans star 'missed chance to catch Wayne Couzens 3 days before murder'. Wayne Couzens kidnapped Sarah Everard before raping and murdering... ... ial/223808
Cop Admits Relations Between NSW Police And Family Of Gay Hate Victim Became Adversarial
SHIBU THOMAS ... ric-zoo-da
Electric Zoo Cops Stole Pricey Champagne During NYC Festival: DA
Three on-duty NYPD detectives stole $2,900 worth of champagne during the Randall's Island festival, city prosecutors contend.
Posted Mon, May 15, 2023 at 4:54 pm ET

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September 29, 2023
Budget Director warns Republicans cuts would lead to elimination of thousands of FBI, ATF agents
OMB director Shalanda Young warned GOP budget cuts would "eliminate" 12,000 FBI agents and "almost 1,000 ATF agents." ... ZWRAX6X7U/
Rock Hill officer fired, accused of distributing child sex abuse material
By Almiya White, and News Staff
September 29, 2023 ... -pardoned/
Russian murderer who put lover’s body through meat grinder pardoned for fighting in Ukraine
By Snejana Farberov
Published Sep. 28, 2023 ... eclaration
The People's Declaration
RIGHT NOW would be a very good time to stand up and publicly declare your opposition to the international plan to share the "benefits" derived from "pathogens with pandemic potential."
SEP 4, 2023 ... veals.html
Portland police approached wrong car after robbery call, then fatally shot unarmed man running away, testimony reveals
Sep. 29, 2023 ... index.html
4 Baton Rouge police officers face misconduct charges amid investigations into street crimes unit
By Melissa Alonso and Pamela Kirkland, CNN
Fri September 29, 2023 ... hampshire/
Powerlifting champion police sergeant who was filmed brutally detaining a woman with PTSD is dismissed from the force
Watch: Police officer sacked for using ‘extreme’ force against detainees
Officer used 'unreasonable and disproportionate' force on detainees, one of whom had PTSD from an abusive relationship
Telegraph Reporters
29 September 2023 ... ter-raids/
Marion police chief suspended more than month after raids
By KWCH Staff
Published: Sep. 29, 2023
WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - Six weeks after raids on the community’s newspaper, the newspaper owner’s home and the home of the town’s vice mayor, Marion’s police chief is suspended. ... st-lawsuit
Sept. 29, 2023
Supreme Court Takes FBI’s Fight Against No Fly List Lawsuit
Lydia Wheeler
Senior Reporter ... ction.html
Alexander Charns Freedom of Information Act Collection
This collection contains thousands of FBI documents procured by North Carolina lawyer Alexander Charns through the Freedom of Information Act over eight years.  His research reveals the extent of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover’s secret activity to influence Supreme Court decisions and to discredit non-compliant Supreme Court Justices through wiretaps and disinformation.  In the process Charns filed hundreds of Freedom of Information requests and brought lawsuits against the FBI.  Charns was given special permission to research Justice Abe Fortas’ papers which showed Fortas had been an informer to the FBI and the White House during his tenure which ended in disgrace after an ethics scandal.  Charns' pioneering work was the first to expose this FBI constitutional violation of the separation of powers.
The collection has three linear feet of documents provided by the FBI and from Charns' own correspondence and legal actions to obtain them.  It includes files on Warren Burger, Thurgood Marshall, Lewis Powell, Harry Blackman, Byron White, William Rehnquist and Carolyn Agger, the widow of Justice Fortas.  The documents in this collection were obtained by Mr. Charns after the publication of  Cloak and Gavel : FBI wiretaps, bugs, informers and the Supreme Court (University of Illinois Press) in 1992. The collection provides opportunities to expand upon the findings of Mr. Charns’ book.  
About the Collection
Included in the Alexander Charns Cloak and Gavel Collection are FBI records gathered for the research of Cloak and Gavel as well as other works by Alexander Charns. These include an essay called "Playing the Information Game: How it Took Thirteen Years and Two Lawsuits to Get J. Edgar Hoover's Secrete Supreme Court Sex Files", co-written with Paul M. Green. The essay can be found in A Culture of Secrecy: The Government vs. the People's Right to Know edited by Athan Tehoharis. The included records were also used in an Op-Ed by the author in the Washington Post titled "My Hero Still [Thurgood Marshall] (Dec. 16, 1996). Various other newspaper articles concerning the new information regarding supreme court justices contained within these records were published as they were released. 
Special thanks to Professor Tuan Samahon for his role in bringing these unique and important materials to the Villanova Law Library

Copaganda ... -sentence/
South Louisiana Man Sexually Exploits Child, FBI Investigation Leads to Lengthy 30 year Sentence
Brandon Comeaux
Published: September 28, 2023
United States District Judge Robert R. Summerhays sentenced Lott to 360 months (30 years) in prison ... 742850.php
FBI internal affairs chief John Conditt pleads guilty to child molestation of 6 year old.
Gets 12 year sentence.
JOHN SOLOMON ... index.html
FBI agent Donald Sachtleben charged with child porn distribution
Bill Mears, CNN
FBI bomb expert from Carmel gets 11 years in prison for porn offense, security leaks ... to_re.html
FBI agent doesn't have to register as sex offender for peeping Tom incidents in Hershey, elsewhere, court says
Jul. 11, 2014 ... 515995200/
FBI Agent John Kenoyer jailed for Sexually Assaulting Girl, 12
AUGUSTA, Me. —  A judge sentenced a FBI agent to nine months in prison and two more years of house arrest for sexually assaulting a 12-year-old neighbor girl ... -and-more/
Law Enforcement in the Saw Franchise Explained: Police, FBI, and More
Trying to stop Jigsaw and his legacy of killers is a deadly endeavor. This article puts together a list of every major member of law enforcement throughout the Saw franchise, and explains what happened when they crossed paths with Jigsaw.
Chris Catt
updated on 09/29/2 ... l-academy/
Half of US broadcast network dramas are about cops
Not only are there dozens of cop shows across US networks, but several of them are among the most-watched series each year. Cop shows accounted for four of the top 10 and 17 of the top 50 most popular TV series last year, according to Nielsen. NCIS, which has aired on CBS since 2003, averaged 15.3 million viewers each episode—more than ESPN’s weekly National Football League games. ... ce-system/

A Comprehensive Study of How Television’s Most Popular Genre Excludes Writers of Color, Miseducates People about the Criminal Justice System and Makes Racial Injustice Acceptable
JANUARY 2020 ... 234612885/
100 Most-Watched TV Shows of 2019-20: Winners and Losers
By Michael Schneider ... forgotten/
FBI dedicates investigative resources to Indigenous women and children in ‘Operation Not Forgotten’
Sep 29, 2023 ... ng-program
Indian Country Onboarding Program
Specialized training prepares agents to operate in Native American communities ... hefeds.htm
In the past few years, the memory of Anna Mae Aquash has been minimalized to that of a helpless woman who was murdered because she was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
In reality, her murder is a part of a bigger picture, a ruthless campaign waged by the US who had uranium development and profits to gain. This resulted in the murder of at least 76 Indians in the districts of Pine Ridge, in the early 1970’s.
Anna Mae is remembered by her comrades for her kindness, her sweetness, and her fearlessness. Despite her small size, she was physically capable of taking on any man in a fight. She was also knew her guns, was an expert at handling them. Like all the AIM’sters who were active in Pine Ridge, she knew the consequences of taking a stand, and she continued to do so, refusing to bow down and be a good little Indian. She made no compromises, and lived her life fully experiencing what few of us are brave enough to attain. True freedom.
The Reign of Terror-South Dakota
- The FBI vendetta against AI
South Dakota in the Early 70s
AIM firrst came to South Dakota when a call was made for outside help get serious convictions against white men responsible for a racially motivated murder that took place in a Nebraska border town. A Lakota man had been publicly humiliated and later murdered by 2 white brothers. Disinterested law officials didn’t have the time of day to bother to investigate the death of an Indian. Angry Lakotas and AIM members caravanned to the Nebraska border, only miles away from Pine Ridge, and confronted the law officials. The sight of hundreds of angry Indians, shocked law officials and they immediately caved in to their demands. A year later, a young man was murdered by a rich white businessman, who had told people that he was "gonna go kill himself an Indian." A riot occurred at the Custer courthouse because police beat the mother of the victim. The riot lasted over an hour, and 2 cop cars were overturned, and the vacant building beside the courthouse was torched. Through Dickie Wilson, the corrupt Tribal President of Pine Ridge, the FBI established a paramilitary group made up of local boys who called themselves the Guardians of Oglala Nation (goons). The FBI trained and supplied the goons with bullets, guns and intelligence on AIM. Indians began to arm themselves for protection against the onslaught of assaults, torched houses, and hit and runs, and drive-by shootings. Only years later, did it become clear to Indians why the FBI reacted so brutally to the bold assertions Lakotas were making in the districts of Pine Ridge. Unknown at that time, the US had an eye on developing uranium mining on a portion of the sacred Black Hills, and area known as Sheep Mountain. This area has proven to be one of the richest in uranium deposits in the US. The FBI implemented their counterintellegence operation in Pine Ridge, in order to weaken and destroy the urban Indian movement, and to subjugate the traditional Lakotas for once and for all. The FBI Counterintellegence Program (COINTELPRO), targets political groups that are viewed as a threat to national security. Often these groups are fighting oppression, systemic racism, and are attempting to make things better for their people. This program discredits organizations, and its’ members through media smears. Infiltrators staged many scandals that put AIM in a bad light to weaken their popularity and wide-support. COINTELPRO has lethal consequences, as any means necessary can be used to thwart the enemy. This is why so many AIM members have been criminalized, imprisoned, or outright murdered as this FBI program includes the criminalizing or even outright murdering individuals. Also the once powerful and beautiful movement became riddled with FBI informers, and infiltrators. As the violence escalated, the paranoia and suspicion grew. The FBI put trustworthy AIM leaders in situations that made them look suspicious, which the FBI call snitch jacketing, or bad jacketing. Soon, it was hard for people to tell the difference between whom they could trust, and who was working with the feds. ... arcerated/
Inside the High-Security “Black Site” Where Leonard Peltier Is Incarcerated
The prison where the Indigenous activist is held has been in a near-constant state of lockdown for almost four years.
By Silja J.A. Talvi , TRUTHOUT
September 28, 2023 ... ys-office/
18 Youth Sunrise Movement Activists Arrested for Occupying McCarthy’s Office
“We are fed up and we won’t take it anymore,” one activist said.
By Zane McNeill , TRUTHOUT
September 29, 2023

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in times of universal deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act.
Dr. James E. Hansen in Conversation with Paul Beckwith
Climate Emergency Forum
·Nov 26, 2023 ... ttlements/
Including the newly revealed $30 million, the NYPD paid out more than $80 million in misconduct cases in just the first six months of the year.
Akela Lacy
November 27 2023 ... d=22071305
Coeur d' Alene, ID Police Department Emails re Patriot Front_Full
1205 Pages | Tue, 28 Jun 2022 ... -illinois/

by Mary Spiller
November 26, 2023
DEBATE EMERGES OVER INCLUSION OF ILLINOIS BLACK PANTHER PARTY IN NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACESThe Illinois chapter's history with the party could be included in the National Register of Historic Places. ... human-lab/
Chris Hedges: Israel Shutting Down Gaza Human Lab
November 20, 2023
Israeli weapons and surveillance technologies are cementing a supranational corporate totalitarianism, enslaving populations in ways past totalitarian regimes could only imagine. ... arms-gaza/
By easing virtually all limits on Israel’s use of the stockpile, Biden could undercut U.S. military preparedness and congressional oversight.
Ken Klippenstein
November 25 2023 ... paign=post

Excess Deaths in Philippines - 262,000 deaths in 2021, 67,000 deaths in 2022 - Congressman Dan Fernandez (District of Laguna) launches Congressional Hearing. COVID-19 Vaccine Fatality is 1:240 people
Global Boiling in Southern Hemisphere: Climate Attribution Study for October Madagascar Heatwave
Paul Beckwith ... -hijacker/
IN PLANE SIGHT FBI ‘missed crucial DB Cooper clue’ left behind by mystery man who hijacked plane and parachuted out with cash bag
"DB Cooper's DNA may well have been underneath their noses this entire time, all they had to do was twist this little device."
* Luke Kenton
* Nov 25 2023

* FEDERAL agents investigating the infamous DB Cooper case made a series of mistakes in the early stages of their probe that squandered their chances of ever catching the elusive skyjacker, a cold case investigator claims. ... les-reveal
FBI illegal phone taps on President Donald Trump used to…..
Donald Trump’s wife cheated on him with a 90s rockstar, old FBI files reveal
Donald Trump's fidelity to his wives has been questionable, and a fascinating twist emerged from an old FBI file released in 2019 ... ts-report/
King Charles secretly profits off assets of dead Brits using medieval law, scathing report finds
Patrick Reilly
Published Nov. 25, 2023 ... -vax-reax/
FDNY veteran says heart damage from required COVID vax forced early retirement
Deirdre Bardolf
Published Nov. 25, 2023 ... paign=post

The International COVID/CRISIS Summit #4 at the Romanian Parliament is now fully posted
You can watch the whole event, or just me or certain talks. All my slides are posted below: my 20 minute version on the WHO-globalist coup (involving all the major multinational organizations) ... incidents/
NYPD cop arrested for punching, choking girlfriend in 2 domestic violence incidents
By JOHN ANNESE | [email protected] | New York Daily News
PUBLISHED: November 26, 2023 at 11:30 a.m. | UPDATED: November 26, 2023 ... nications/
Is the FBI NSA CIA still secretly capturing Americans’ communications?
By PATRICK EDDINGTON | Orange County Register
PUBLISHED: November 26, 2023 ... hives.html
NOV. 9, 2023
The Secrets of the JFK Assassination Archive How a dogged journalist proved that the CIA lied about Oswald and Cuba — and spent decades covering it up.
By Scott Sayare, a freelance journalist based in New York ... 20copy.pdf
Brett Kavanaugh's 25-year-old Murder Cover-up
Attorney John H. Clarke January 23, 2023
The news media is covering up the homicide of the highest ranking official to be
murdered since JFK. The proof of this reality is publicly available. Presenting proof of
murder takes only minutes. So too with proof that the media is aware of the crime.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, then Associate Independent Counsel,
subpoenaed Patrick Knowlton to testify before Kenneth Starr's Whitewater grand jury. I had the honor of being Patrick's lawyer.
The evidence of murder cover-up comes from several sources, each of which
independently proves the crime. It is substantiated in an Associate Independent
Counsel's 30-page memorandum, in that prosecutor's resignation letter to Kenneth
Starr, and in surreptitiously taped telephone interviews with him. The proof also
appears in a 500-page analysis of Starr's Report on the Death of Vincent W. Foster, Jr., filed in federal courts including the U.S. Supreme Court. And evidence of murder cover- up even appears in the Appendix to Starr's Report on the death, by court order. The existence of that court-ordered Appendix proves unequivocally that the media had been apprised of the murder cover-up on September 26, 1997, when the Special Division of the U.S. Court of Appeals ordered Starr to attach evidence of murder cover- up—by Starr's own FBI investigators—to his Report. Starr had vigorously opposed that ruling. Murder. Vince Foster, Bill Clinton's deputy White House Counsel, was shot at close range, on Tuesday, July 20, 1993, between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. The bullet entered on the right side of his neck, just below the jaw line, and into his skull, where it remained. The bullet was small-caliber. It was a "reload," with a light powder charge, used to minimize blowback onto the shooter. The location was a secluded area of a tiny national park just miles from the Whitehouse. The park was almost always deserted. 9-1-1 Call. The murderers would expect that the body would be "discovered" when the Park Police closed the park at dark. But something went wrong. A call went into 9-1-1 at 6:00 p.m. Two County Fire and Rescue arrived at 6:09 p.m., followed by nine more over the next ten minutes. One Park Police Officer was already there. County personnel observed, and reported, variously, somebody running away from the 8body site, the bullet wound in the neck, a place-holder ... trage.html
Outrage over clip of LA sheriff's deputies violent arrest of AMPUTEE, with one-legged felon left covered in blood after one cop held him in 'illegal' chokehold while second punched his face
* Alejandro 'Alex' Hernandez, 34, was detained after officers found a gun on him
* Video shows the officers holding him on the ground while one strikes him in the face, drawing blood 
* The officers claimed he resisted arrest, but Hernandez's supporters accuse them of police brutality
Cop and amateur boxer knocks mentally-ill hospital patient unconscious
This week, Jemarr Mosley, a former Virginia police officer and "amateur boxer," struck a mentally ill patient in the face after becoming agitated when the patient spat at him
ByMataeo Smith
26 Nov 2023 ... d-31532898
Horrifying bodycam footage shows injured car crash passenger being stun-gunned by copsWARNING: CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT. Police bodycam footage shows the 19-year-old being tased ... n-31531790
Disgraced cop mimicked woman's Indian accent without realising she was still on the phone
Former PC Patrick Harrison, of West Yorkshire Police, was convicted of gross misconduct after he mimicked the caller's Indian accent without realising she was still on the line
PC Patrick Harrison had asked the woman for more detail as to why she considered the incident a hate crime
ByZesha Saleem
26 Nov 2023 ... otten-him/
Cop City’ Defendant Victor Puertas Has Been Held For Months Without Trial, but His Community Hasn’t Forgotten Him
By Sean Summers, Unicorn Riot November 26, 2023 ... op-problem

A good cop agrees that good cops must call out bad cops to fix America’s bad cop problem.
by Egberto Willies
.Sunday, November 26, 2023 ... er-7880766
Richmond RCMP officer charged with impersonating a cop in North Vancouver
Richmond police officer who was previously sentenced to jail time for exposing himself to Vancouver private schoolgirls has been charged for an incident in North Vancouver in which he pretended to be a cop. ... r-AA1kxkV9
After Punjab senior cop, 6 more officers suspended over PM Modi's security lapse
Story by Manjeet Sehgal  • ... e0ee87af14
Cop who killed his three children seeks parole ... 42848.html
Wichita council seeks to tie $5K police bonuses to officer accountability changes
The Fraternal Order of Police logo. Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 5 Some Wichita City Council members want to tie police bonuses to officer accountability before the balance of power on the council swings to a majority that’s more aligned with the Fraternal Order of Police. The Democrat-majority council voted Nov. 21 to delay awarding the bonuses until the city can come to terms with the FOP on other changes to the police union contract. Wichita Police Chief Joseph Sullivan has led public criticism of that move, calling the vote a “setback” and voicing support for the $5,000 bonuses for all officers. The $4.3 million unbudgeted

FBI OCTOPUS ... 49290.html
Meet Russell Coleman, the former FBI agent who is Kentucky’s next attorney general
Tessa Duvall
Sun, November 26, 2023

Copaganda ... to-return/
'FBI: International' Season 3 - 5 Cast Members Expected to Return! ... cop-event/
VPD to host annual Shop with a Cop event ... h-a-cop-2/
Marcus Mackey November 26, 2023
The following are good links to start finding information on running for precinct in your area, if you cannot find the information you need in your groups. ... onspiracy/
Contrary to Dominant Folklore, Evidence Indicates that, Like Oswald, John Wilkes Booth Was Part of Wider Conspiracy
By Jeremy Kuzmarov - November 26, 2023 ... p-someone/
Reach Out and Tap Someone
The NSA’s surveillance program undermines the rule of law without producing real gains in security.
James Bovard ... AAzb1s.jpg

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The Corporation
Topics addressed include the Business Plot, where in 1933, General Smedley Butler exposed an alleged corporate plot against then-U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt; the tragedy of the commons; Dwight D. Eisenhower's warning people to beware of the rising military–industrial complex; economic externalities; suppression of an investigative news story about Bovine Growth Hormone on Fox affiliate television station WTVT in Tampa, Florida, at the behest of Monsanto; the invention of the soft drink Fanta by The Coca-Cola Company due to the trade embargo on Nazi Germany; the alleged role of IBM in the Holocaust (see IBM and the Holocaust); the Cochabamba protests of 2000 brought on by the privatization of a municipal water supply in Bolivia; and in general themes of corporate social responsibility, the notion of limited liability, the corporation as a psychopath; and the debate about corporate personhood. ... de-in-war/
Latest Wonder Weapon Being Provided to Ukraine Unlikely to Turn the Tide in War
By Valeriy Krylko - January 23, 2024 ... f-consent/
The Manufacture of Consent
J. Edgar Hoover and the Rhetorical Rise of the FBI
Rhetoric & Public Affairs
by Stephen M. Underhill ... gr%5Etweet

The #FBI is committed to working with Congress to improve Section 702 as part of reauthorization so it can better protect both national security and civil liberties. Learn more about the role of 702 in protecting the homeland at ... ary-sequel
The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel ... amendment/
Appeals Court: FBI's Safe-Deposit Box Seizures Violated Fourth Amendment
Cases like this are exactly why the Fourth Amendment was adopted in the first place, wrote federal Judge Milan D. Smith Jr.
ERIC BOEHM | 1.23.2024 ... 1138366404
Propaganda in the Information Age
Still Manufacturing Consent
Edited By Alan MacLeod ... press-2024
State of the Free Press 2024
PEOPLE ... s/46509264#
Over two dozen people across Nebraska arrested in FBI drug investigation
Jan 23, 2024
McKenzy Parsons
Narco-Dollars for Beginners
"How the Money Works" in the Illicit Drug Trade
by Catherine Austin Fitts Special to the Narco News Bulletin 2001
Part I: Narco Dollars for Dummies
A Simple Framework: The Solari Index and the Dow Jones Index
The Economics of Production: Sam and Dave Do Boat

We brought Mike Ruppert to speak at Bates College Maine in 1997…
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Powder Burns", Cocaine, Contras & The Drug Connection, a book by retired
The following are exerpts from "Powder Burns", Cocaine, Contras & The Drug
Connection, a book by retired DEA agent, Cellerino Castillo published in 1992.
Castillo has documented much of what he saw and the DEA has refused to honor
Freedom of Information Act requirments to release any of it.
From early 1984 to the fall of 1986, (Lt. Col. Oliver) North directed a
clandestine resupply operation he dubbed "Project Democracy," which used a
military airbase in El Salvador to fly weapons and supplies to the Contras.
For the better part of a year, I investigated it.
None of this came as any surprise to me. In seven years in the trenches, I had
arrested dozens of traffickers; trained antinarcotics squads in two countries;
flown aerial eradication missions; spearheaded huge cocaine busts. The drug
barons barely flinched:
In Peru, I watched cartel pilots playing soccer with soldiers; in El Salvador,
military officers took weapons seized from the guerrillas and sold them to
traffickers; in Guatemala, I discovered members of our host government running
a smuggling ring for the cartels. Then I discovered the Contras' secret.
By the end of his Congressional testimony, North was crowned an American Hero.
Telegrams streamed in from admirers across the country, who reached out to
their new icon. I knew better.
Many of the diplomats I worked with on a daily basis in the U.S. Embassy in El
Salvador regarded the hard-nosed NSC staffer running the ... el-levine/
The Betrayal of Michael Levine ... sac01.html

Volume 8, Number 2 (April-June 2004)
The Black Budget of the United States: The Engine of a "Negative Return Economy" 
Chris Sanders and Catherine Austin Fitts
An analysis of the federal financial records reveals shocking evidence that a very large proportion of the nation's wealth is being illegally diverted since several decades into secret, unaccountable channels and programmes with unspecified purposes, including covert operations and subversions abroad and clandestine military R&D at home. Public institutions have been infiltrated and taken over by shadowy groups in the service of powerful private and vested interests, often at the expense of the common good.
Keep the people frightened
Of things they cannot know
Is the secret of the Tomb
If they knew what you and I know
They would know it is just men
Who rob them, cheat them, kill them
Then start it all again
         - Orville X
The United States government has operated a secret budgeting and spending programme for decades outside the framework of the American Constitution. The institutional and political roots of this system of clandestine finance go back at least a century. The turn of the nineteenth century saw the consolidation of American industry and banking under the control of a restrictive cartel that for all practical purposes assumed control of the economy. The great magnates of American industry and finance in the late nineteenth century were superb practitioners of covert operations. Witness to this fact are the institutions set up during the twentieth century through which their descendants still maintain control.
What follows is a summary of the structure of the American political economy which fits the facts better than the official model. Officially, American capitalism is characterised by democracy, opportunity, self-improvement, open and free markets, and constructive regu-lation for the public good, in short, happiness. Under this construct, America has never fought a war of aggression and harbours no designs to do so. Its leaders have the nation's interests at heart, and its politicians listen to their constituencies. But the truth is different.
Why the United States is so widely misunderstood is due in part to a controlled educational system and media. As the system evolved over the decades, time lent it legitimacy spanning the political spectrum. Gustavus Meyers, author of the seminal work History of the Great American Fortunes and no panegyrist, believed—following Marx as did many of the Left—that the consolidation of American industry was inevitable and that the men who accomplished it were acting their part in a predetermined historical evolution. Once monopoly control had been achieved, the proletariat would rise and its dictatorship would begin. We shy away from such determinism; nothing happens but as a consequence of what men do and choose to do. If Meyers were alive today, he would still be waiting.
Black Budget? What Black Budget?
At the time of the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon in September 2001 according to the Government Accounting Office (GAO), the Pentagon had incurred $3.4 trillion of "undocumentable transactions", that is to say that there were $3.4 trillion worth of financial transactions for which there was no discernible purpose. The day before the attack, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld warned that the lack of control over the budget was a greater danger to the national security of the United States than terrorism. After the attacks, the government stopped publicly disclosing information about "undocumentable transactions ... g-fbi-atf/
Cannabis case: Greene, Second Amendment Foundation sue AG, FBI, ATF
JAN 24, 2024
Staff Reporter ... de-in-war/
Latest Wonder Weapon Being Provided to Ukraine Unlikely to Turn the Tide in War
By Valeriy Krylko - January 23, 2024 ... -catholics
Latin Mass Held in Capitol on Anniversary of FBI Memo Targeting Traditional Catholics
One year after the FBI’s Richmond office sent out a memorandum outlining an investigation into traditionalist Catholics, a Latin Mass was held in the U.S. Capitol with the support of House Speaker Mike Johnson and two other Republican members of the House.

COPAGANDA ... 11e1383948
Atlanta cop, St. Louis native, brings Clippers and Cops open discussion to local barbershop ... s-academy/
El Paso FBI accepting applications for Citizens Academy
by: Gabriela Rodríguez
Posted: Jan 23, 2024 ... turn-clip/
FBI: Most Wanted Season 5 Clip Reveals First Look At Returning Franchise Char ... /14354021/
Bay Area Muslim organizations hold first-of-its-kind FBI training on Islamophobia
ByAnser Hassan
Tuesday, January 23, 2024 ... ated_story
Alaskan Police Force Hides Arrival of Controversial Armored Vehicle: ‘We’re Just Not Trying to Show This Vehicle Off’
Confirming that the purchase was intentionally hidden, officials said the vehicle cost more than $300,000
Published 08/21/23
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Why police resist reforms to militarization
Nikki Rojas
Harvard Staff Writer
March 3, 2023
Issues revolve around culture of viewing civilians as potential threats, concerns about self-protection in departments equipped with military-grade arms
The mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, last year by a gunman armed with an AR-15-style rifle resulted in a searing loss of life — 19 young students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School. But equally stunning was the 77 minutes it took police to respond, despite having adequate firepower, equipment, and training to do so. The delay turned a spotlight on the militarization of U.S. law enforcement, how it can fail to protect individuals from the kinds of threats it was intended to thwart, and its tendency to foster a culture of self-protection that can re ... U5BPE5RXY/
‘Disturbing, inhumane’: OPA rules on SPD cop who joked about death of 23-year-old
By KIRO 7 News Staff
January 24, 2024 ... 04365.html
Cop guilty of discreditable conduct after off-duty fight with motorbiking teens
Wed, January 24, 2024 ... -comments/
Civilian-led Police Accountability: Seattle cop Auderer violated policy with bodycam-captured comments
Jan 24, 2024 ... tudy-shows
Devastating drought in Amazon result of climate crisis, study shows
Extreme weather threatens world’s biggest carbon store as the rainforest is already close to tipping point
Damian Carrington Environment editor
Wed 24 Jan 2024 ... hp_primary
Here’s why the alleged brothel clients’ attorneys say their hearings should be kept private
“Allowing the media to attend these proceedings will undermine their integrity and usurp their purpose, turning a hearing into a searing cauldron of pain — from which any sane person would be desperate to escape.”
One of the alleged brothels was located inside a unit at 66 Bond St. in Watertown. Nathan Klima for The Boston Globe, File
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January 24, 2024

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VIPS: Alert Memo to Pres. Joe Biden : Nuclear Conflict Warning ... um=reader2
I want to share something very special to me. I have not posted here recently because I am converting these newsletters into a book, Copaganda, which will be published by the New Press.¹ But, another reason for my silence is that I have been working on several exciting new projects at Civil Rights Corps. (Thanks to those of you who make optional donations to this otherwise free newsletter because every little bit helps us do our important civil rights cases!) Last week, we made public two landmark new cases that I hope will be among the most important things I ever work on. I want to tell you about them now briefly, both because of their connection to copaganda and because they represent something shocking, but also inspiring.
Dennis Kucinich Runs Again: to Retain our Sovereignty, Rights and Freedoms. The Dems redistricted him and Cynthia McKinney to get rid of non-corporate Dem. Members--now he is an Independent.
He's not only a great guy but understands the threat from the WHO
MAR 25, 2024 ... assination
Brazilian Police Arrest Suspected Masterminds of Marielle Franco’s Assassination
In Brazil, police arrested two politicians and Rio de Janeiro’s former police chief in a major breakthrough for the investigation into the 2018 assassination of Marielle Franco, an outspoken Rio councilwoman and activist. Investigators say brothers Chiquinho Brazão and Domingos Brazão — who also both once served on Rio’s City Council and remain in official positions — are suspected of masterminding the assassination, which also killed Franco’s driver ... hone-ping/
Grandmother Awarded Nearly $4 Million Over SWAT Raid Predicated On A Faulty ‘Find My Phone’ Ping
Legal Issues
from the coarse-location-followed-by-coarse-shouting dept
Fri, Mar 22nd 2024 11:08am - Tim Cushing
In January 2022, 77-year-old Ruby Johnson’s house was raided by the Denver Police Department. Supposedly seeking a stolen vehicle and several guns, the SWAT team descended on Johnson’s house. The officers ordered anyone inside to come out of the house. Johnson complied, but that didn’t stop the SWAT team from attempting to destroy her house to find the contraband it was sure was located inside the home (which I guess includes the “stolen truck”). The SWAT team, with the home’s only resident in its temporary custody, proceeded to destroy her garage door with a battering ram, smash some ceiling panels (?), destroy some of her belongings, and otherwise leave her house in disarray.
The warrant was predicated on little more than a ping produced by Apple’s “Find My iPhone” feature. That ping (initiated by the victim of the truck and phone theft) managed ... rformance/
Forbidden NWA Performance Angers Florida Cops
Author Budman March 24,2024 ... rship.html
RCP's Samizdat Prize, Behind The Scenes Stories Of Censorship: Matt Taibbi, Jay Bhattacharya, And Miranda Devine ... t-figures/
Chaotic federal juice-loan case has links to FBI efforts against Chicago Outfit figures
By JASON MEISNER | [email protected] | Chicago Tribune
PUBLISHED: March 24, 2024 ... ta-google/
Mar 24, 2024 16:30:00
It was revealed that the FBI had requested Google to hand over the personal information of users who watched certain YouTube videos ... 5-03-2024/
CISA: CISA, FBI, and MS-ISAC Release Update to Joint Guidance on Distributed Denial-of-Service Techniques
March 25, 2024 ... oblem.html
March 24, 2024
Is Article V the Solution to Our FBI Problem?
By John Green
If the FBI wishes to continue surveilling Catholics as possible terrorists, visiting the home of citizens because they attended a political rally, or dragging elderly pajama-clad men out of their homes at gunpoint, it would be doing so under the oversight of the states.  A mere 26 states could close the bureau with a simple vote in their respective legislatures.  Congress would be free to reassign the bureau’s duties, but that too would be subject to abrogation should the states disapprove.
Would the FBI risk its own extinction by continuing its current path?  Or would its agents decide that obeying their oath isn’t such a bad idea after all?  How would other departments respond to such accountability?
Conducting an Article V convention, and obtaining ratification of proposals, would be a herculean effort.  But getting 38 states to agree with the necessity of imposing accountability on Washington seems much more achievable than attempting to use the federal government to take corrective action on the federal government. ... llan-Wells
FBI agent 'set up revenge porn cameras to film up to 80 victims - including his wife'
Mark Allan Wells, 45, was caught last May when three women, one of them being his ex-wife, allegedly told the police they were worried about what he was doing and officers went to his house in Tulsa
By CLAIRE ANDERSON Mar 24, 2024 ... ed-by-iad/
Six more Houston police officers under internal affairs review in suspended cases scandal
Mario Díaz, Reporter Published: March 22, 2024 ... pedestrian
Seattle protests killer cop escaping charges for death of pedestrian
By staff March 24, 2024 ... igate-bro/
Georgia cop charged with failing to investigate brother’s role in murder
By Matt Delaney - The Washington Times - Sunday, March 24, 2024
Authorities in Georgia said a former police officer turned himself in Friday after he failed to investigate a murder case in which his brother was implicated. ... do-switch/
Cop Gets in Trouble After Playing Switch for 17 Hours While on Duty
A Japanese police officer finds thems

A Major Explosion Threatens the Team in New 'FBI' Season 6 Episode 7 Images [Exclusive] ... rk-evolved
Cheer up, good cops! How my view of police work evolved
Need for renewed public respect.
By ASHWIN KUMAR 25 Mar 2024 ... -7-photos/
First Look: ‘FBI: International’ Heads to Tuscany for ‘Unique Case’ (PHOTOS)
Meredith Jacobs ... ease-date/

March 24, 2024 John Lewis
FBI: International Season 3 Episode 6 | Cast, Release Date | And Everything You Need to Know ... 54138.html
NSW top cop defends giving media job after staff tip
Maeve Bannister Sun, 24 March ... 757677.cms
Cop held in dowry harassment
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Parents at far-left Cal-Berkeley - where students pushed 'defund the police' and the city cut $9.2million from cop budget - are forced to spend $40K to hire private security to protect students near campus
* Safe Bears, a coalition of parents, raised the funds for a two-week pilot program with unarmed guards watching over Cal-Berkley students
* The decision followed skyrocketing crime rates in 2022, amid calls from the student body to cut funding from campus police
Face-painting St. Louis Cardinals ‘superfan’ once accused on Tucker Carlson’s show of being a Jan. 6 plant admits to role in Capitol riots
JASON KANDELMar 23rd, 2024 ... /103591146
Former top cop says he failed to dissuade repeat offenders, but the ACT government claims things aren't as bad as they seemBy Harry Frost and James Vyver ... aft-604091
Cop held for graft
Gurugram, March 24 2024
Phone tapping: LOC against 2 ex-top c .. 
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Very important story for today on Bill Gates, the management of COVID vaccines and the WHO, published Nov 2023 in NYT. But I could only find the full article in the Seattle Times.
I have added comments and bolded what I think is most relevant
MERYL NASS MD MAR 25, 2024 ... sels-gone/
Where have all the mussels gone?
by Jacqueline Weaver, The Maine Monitor

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Disrupting Robotic Homeostasis And Artificial Intelligent Systems With Electromagnetic Pulse
by Paul F. Renda
"I am expanding my work to include experimenting with Tesla coils."
Recently a computer was able to pass the Turing test in Great Britain. That machine was able to make human beings think that they were talking to a 13-year-old boy. In the popular media there's been people talking about supercomputers what happens when they become self-aware or become HAL as in the movie 2001. The futurist Elon Musk has also expressed reservation about artificial intelligence computers that become smarter that man. All of these advanced systems are run by microprocessors and robots have internal and external sensors. These components are very susceptible to electromagnetic pulse.
At DEF CON 17 I demonstrated digital devices that were being pulsed by my Marx generator. I am expanding my work to include experimenting with Tesla coils. I have been using coils operating at 3 different frequencies.
Robots may be particular susceptible to EMP pulses because of robotic homeostasis...
Homeostasis for human being means that blood level PH, sugar, and temperature has to be in the within certain levels in order for a human being to be healthy. For robot that means its sensors. That is devices that relay information (duplex) to its microprocessor. These would be servos and internal and external sensors. Is the robot walking, walking up stairs, galloping ... rcna145876
A Brazilian rising political star's killing was a mystery — until an explosive federal report
Revelations in a 500-page Federal Police report allege ties between a federal police chief and organized crime in the killing of Rio councilwoman Marielle Franco.
April 1, 2024, 2:35 PM EDT / Source: The Associated Press ... 09484.html
Pro-Palestinian protesters say cops used excessive force; Toronto police reject claim
The Canadian Press Mon, April 1, 2024 ... =108718475
Driver rams into front gate of Atlanta FBI office, taken into custody
The car appeared to try to follow an authorized vehicle entering the gate.
ByEmily Shapiro April 1, 2024 ... thodology/
Studies Show Flock’s ALPRs Reduce Crime… So Long As Flock Controls The Inputs And The Methodology
from the our-stats-say-otherwise dept
Mon, Apr 1st 2024 10:44am - Tim Cushing
404 Media, the new news outlet formed by excellent journalists kicked to the curb by the successive brunchlord regimes overseeing Vice Media, continues to stake its claim as the best investigative media outlet in the country.
Their latest effort digs deep into dubious claims made by up-and-coming surveillance tech company, Flock. Flock made its entry into the market by pitching its automatic license plate readers to the biggest assholes in the private sector: homeowners associations and gated communities.
Pitching to private individuals and firms made it easy to dodge constitutional concerns. And it made it very easy for their customers to regulate traffic in their neighborhoods by engaging in always-on surveillance of everyone traveling “their” streets.
Flock then moved on to the next biggest set of assholes in the nation: law enforcement. Citing its success in the private surveillance market, Flock started partnering with cops shops to place ALPR cameras ... 14059.html
People Are Laughing At This FBI Agent's Disguise For A "60 Minutes" Interview Because It Really Is That Bad
BuzzFeed Mon, April 1, 2024 ... formation/
Fox Corporation is hiring a counter-disinformation specialist as Fox News continues to denounce efforts to fight disinformation.
Ken Klippenstein
April 1 2024 ... ted-faces/
Because Facial Recognition Tech Just Isn’t Sketchy Enough, Cops Are Now Running Searches Using AI-Generated Faces
(Mis)Uses of Technology
from the two-wrongs-in-search-of-a-right-(to-violate) dept
Mon, Apr 1st 2024 01:33pm - Tim Cushing
Facial recognition tech is probably improving as time goes on. Given enough providers, controversy, and individuals who definitely want this tech to stop being so terrible at correctly identifying women and minorities, anything is possible.
Rather than wait for the tech to catch up to the promises made by promotional materials, cops are apparently moving ahead with efforts that will cause even more problems for future tech adoption.
We’re already afflicted by at least one tech company that believes it’s perfectly OK to stock its database of billions of photos with any content not locked down on the internet. Beyond that, there’s the problems inherent to the systems themselves, which aggravate biased policing by doing their most accurate work when gazing on the faces of white males.
Now there’s this, which is the sort of thing that’s just a lawsuit waiting ... advocates/
APRIL 1, 2024
Bomber Biden Doesn’t Wage Peace, Save Civilians or Listen to American Antiwar Crimes Advocates
BY RALPH NADER ... 0c67313d8f
A Kansas paper and its publisher are suing over police raids. They say damages exceed $10M
BY JOHN HANNA April 1, 2024 ... generates/
CIA Front Companies Play Crucial Role in Arms Pipeline to Ukraine and Profit From the Human Misery it Generates
By CIAgate - April 1, 2024 ... -shopping/
Texas Court Famous For Judicial Shopping Decides It Can Ignore Judicial Conference’s New Policy Against Judicial Shopping
Too Much Free Time
from the i-was-against-judicial-shopping-until-it-won-me-culture-war-points dept
Mon, Apr 1st 2024 12:01pm - Mike Masnick
Apparently, everything really is bigger in Texas, including the audacity of federal judges who think they’re above the rules. In a stunning display of hypocrisy, the Northern District of Texas has decided that new judicial shopping rules just don’t apply to them. Because that would make it harder to win culture war fights. But if you want to undermine what little respect is left for the judiciary, this is exactly how to do it. This is brazen partisanship, mixed with a belief that the rules just don’t apply when you don’t like them.
Just recently we wrote about the new policy that came down from the Judicial Conference, which is run by Chief Justice John Roberts. The policy states that when cases are filed in a courthouse, they should be randomly assigned to any judge in the district, rather than keeping the cases in that specific division courthouse.
The issue here first really came up in some patent cases. Some federal courthouses really only have one or sometimes two judges. So, plaintiffs were able to effectively guarantee ... re-for-all
Don't Bust Up Medicare and Turn It Over to the States!
Projecting intermediary steps, especially ones that can’t work, only delays national single payer.
KAY TILLOW Apr 01, 2024 ... h-graziano
Video shows California police fatally shooting teenager who was reported kidnapped
Revealed: Savannah Graziano, 15, shot by sheriff’s deputies in 2022 while unarmed and following instructions to move toward them
Sam Levin and Joey Scott in Los Angeles
Mon 1 Apr 2024 ... o-atlanta/
Advocates speak out after recent deadly police pursuits in in metro Atlanta
By Brittany Ford Published: Apr. 1, 2024 ... -officers/
Gastonia City Council considers $15,000 sign-on bonus for police officers
by: Kaci Jones Posted: Apr 1, 2024 ... -february/
Canton’s police chief was cited after she struck a pedestrian with a vehicle in February
Chief Helena Rafferty confirmed in a statement that while making a left turn, she struck a Wrentham resident, who was wearing a reflective vest, on Feb. 16. 
By Molly Farrar April 1, 2024 ... n-process/
Champaign Police asking public for feedback for accreditation process
by: Danny Connolly
Posted: Apr 1,2024 ... lle-police
Allegations Circleville police lack firearms training refuted by records, expert
by Darrel RowlandMon, April 1st 2024 ... um=reader2
Biden’s Blasphemy
DR. JOSEPH SANSONE APR 01, 2024 ... ivestment/
2 Members of Harvard Law Students Student Government Resign After Resolution to Divest From ‘Illegal Israeli Settlements
In the resolution, the HLS Student Government pointed to Harvard’s investment of “nearly $200 million in companies tied to the Israeli military and illegal Israeli settlements in Palestine” as well as HMC’s previous divestment from South African apartheid in 1986 and the tobacco industry in 1990.
The resolution — which marked the first passed by the student government in the 2024-2025 academic year — also cited similar divestment resolutions from peer universities such as Brown, Columbia, Stanford, and the University of California, Berkeley.

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FBI pulls a ‘Hunter Biden’ to shield ex-informant Whitey Bulger
March 31, 2024 ... 12517.html
Watchdog: FBI errors but no bias in Russia probe
The Justice Department's internal watchdog tells Congress he's concerned the FBI made so many "fundamental errors" as it investigated ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, but he said the FBI's actions were not politically motivated
Barry Seal and The Boys The CIA The Mob and Americas Secret History by Daniel Hopsicker


What is the difference between KGB , FBI and Gestapo?
Gestapo: Nazi Germany's secret police who brutaly extracted people who gave the nazi party trouble. KGB: Soviet Russia's secret service who were trained to be brutal and ignore pain. ... -13-steps/
BY MATTHEW LYNCHAPRIL 1, 20240 ... bd9dcff4dd
FBI And Other Agencies Paid Informants $548 Million In Recent Years With Many Committing Authorized Crimes
Adam Andrzejewski Nov 18, 2021
To the many who had lived in Nazi Germany, the effectiveness of the Gestapo and their surveillance system rested on a large number of spies and paid informers. It is true that the citizens of Germany were never far from the probing eyes of the Gestapo, however, this surveillance effectiveness was not due to the numbers and population of the Gestapo. In fact, membership in the Gestapo was relatively small. This chapter discusses the local operation of the new police network wherein the routine enforcement of laws was central and focused. In this chapter the local operation of the police, its set-up and the people behind it are studied. Emphasis is placed on the history of the institution, its tasks and personnel, its relationship to the police network and the Nazi Party. Its members were not merely Nazi fanatics but were men placed after a thorough purge from the older political police. Most of its members as well were not originally members of the Nazi Party but were trained police men. The Gestapo was a small force comprised of experts without the omnipotence often attributed to it, but it relied on the collaboration of organizations and institutions and even on the German population itself. ... ing-course
FBI invites high school juniors, seniors to Spring 2024 Teen Academy
by Marion RodriguezMon, April 1st 2024 ... att-bomer/
Move Over 'Suits,' 'White Collar' Arrives on Netflix Tomorrow
Get ready to dive back into the world of art theft and con men when White Collar arrives on Netflix on April 1!
Follow the thrill of heists and cat-and-mouse chases with the charming art thief Neal Caffery (Matt Bomer) and FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay).
With a blend of humor and drama, White Collar promises a thrilling adventure that will keep you guessing — all six seasons will be available to stream. ... n-audience
ICYMI: Retired FBI Agents Share 9/11 Security Insights with Princeton Audience
By Linda Sipprelle March 31, 2024

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FBI Season 6 Episode 7 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To WatchFBI is a crime-thriller show that follows the lives of officers who work at the New York branch of the FBI, solving various cases.
FBI Season 6 Episode 7 – Everything You Need to KnowFBI Season 6 Episode 7 cast: Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki, Jeremy Sisto. FBI Season 6 Episode 7 Release Date: April 2, 2024 (CBS).

Let's see when, when, and where we can watch the FBI's International Season 3 Episode 7 premiereFBI: International, a third spin-off series from the FBI TV series franchise, features top-notch FBI agents who work with the "fly team" to operate around...

The release date, time, and location for FBI Season 6 Episode 7 Preview is currently unknown, with no information available at this timeThe FBI is a TV series that narrates the experiences of New York FBI officers who solve numerous crimes and are tasked with keeping the city clean and...

Which audience can see the FBI's preview of Most Wanted Season 5 Episode 7 and can find out when and where it will be aired, and which locations can it go to?The FBI: Most Wanted is a high-stakes drama that follows the trail of the FBI's notorious criminals on the agency's Most Wanted list, and is a spin-off from...

The recap and review of FBI Season 6 Episode 6 Unforeseen includes a lot of informationEpisode 6 of FBI Season 6 begins with a woman on the phone running to the subway who is constantly bumped by people, jumped in the train, tripped, coughed,...

What are the release dates, time, and place to watch the preview of FBI's International Season 3 episode 7?The third installment in the popular FBI TV series series, FBI: International, is centered on the "fly team" of renowned FBI agents who work on a global...

The FBI has revealed the date, time, and location for the premiere of International Season 3 Episode 7 to watchThe third season of FBI: International is now showing. The FBI franchise hasunterrichtens on its "fly team" of elite FBI agents who operate on an...

The date, time, and venue for the premiere of FBI Season 6 Episode 7 Preview has not been determined yetFBI is a television series that chronicles the activities of the New York FBI's office in solving cases and maintaining a clean city, as well as deterring...

The FBI has revealed the date, time, and location for the premiere of International Season 3 Episode 7 to watchThe third season of FBI: International is now showing. The FBI franchise hasunterrichtens on its "fly team" of elite FBI agents who operate on an...

The date, time, and venue for the premiere of FBI Season 6 Episode 7 Preview has not been determined yetFBI is a television series that chronicles the activities of the New York FBI's office in solving cases and maintaining a clean city, as well as deterring...

The Review Geek
FBI: International Season 3 Episode 7 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To WatchFBI: International is the third spin-off series from the beloved FBI TV series franchise. The series follows elite FBI agents who are part of the “fly team”...

The Recap and Review of FBI Season 6 Episode 6 Unforeseen, which is the conclusion of the season's runIn FBI Season 6, a woman is on a phone and heading to the subway, but she is met with people and spraying her. She scuffs and coughs and collapses and dies.

Find out the date, time, and site to watch the preview of FBI: Most Wanted Season 5 Episode 7 hereThe FBI: Most Wante educational drama is a spin-off of the popular program, and it follows the arrest and oversleight of infamous offenders on the ... ffected-by
FBI Agent Reveals How His Wife Was Almost Affected by Armored Car Robbery ... d-n3785671
FBI Shows Up at Woman's House Over Memes DInking on POTATUS, WOn't SHow ID
THE POLITICS BRIEF 2:00 PM | March 31, 2024
Daniel Hopsicker
Daniel Hopsicker is a journalist, author and television producer. He is the author of Barry and the Boys: The CIA, the Mob and America's Secret History (2001) a book about the CIA asset, Barry Seal, and Welcome to Terrorland: Mohamed Atta & the 9-11 Cover-Up in Florida (2006) and Bushfellas: When the Mob Went Republican, All Hell Broke Loose (2008).
Hopsicker has also produced several videos including Secret Heartbeat of America - The CIA and Drugs, Masters of the Universe - The Secret Birth of the Federal Reserve, In Search of the American Drug Lords and The Big Fix
Barry and the Boys - From Dallas to Mena pt.1 (RARE 2004 Documentary) #cia #jfk #drugs ... aza-began/
Israelis stage largest anti-government protest since the war in Gaza began
Published March 31, 2024 ... ist-at-sea
Explorers unlock the mystery of ‘pirate king’ Henry Avery who vanished after huge heist at sea Letter reveals disappearance of 17th century British pirate was tied to William III’s spy ring, Daniel Defoe and an archbishop
Dalya Alberge Sat 30 Mar 2024 ... um=reader2
Adjunct information to update this week's lecture in THE BIOLOGY OF CANCER
JAMES LYONS-WEILER MAR 30, 2024 ... za-felony/
MARCH 31, 2024
Protestors Are Shutting Down Traffic Over Gaza. Lawmakers Are Calling It Terrorism.
“Inconvenience is a societal price that we sometimes pay for people making their voices heard.”

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Trump Mentor's Cousin of Roy Cohn SOUNDS ALARM on Trump's Next Moves | Mea Culpa ... ent-spies/
Biden Terrifyingly Grows Ranks Of Government Spies
Kevin Gosztola
Apr 22, 2024
The White House enthusiastically backed surveillance reauthorization that despite a fresh record of routine abuses expands security agencies' spying power.

How will you know when the FBI Wants To Use AI To Disrupt Elections ... o-about-it
How Artificial Intelligence Influences Elections, and What We Can Do About It
FEBRUARY 28, 2024 ... 5-416.html
On November 4th, in an bizarre effort to placate legitimate public concerns about the security of voting machines, FBI Director James Comey said that it would be difficult to rig U.S. elections because our voting system is so "clunky".
"The beauty of the American voting system is that it is dispersed among the 50 states, and it is clunky as heck,'' said Mr.Comey. "A lot of people have found that challenging over the years, but the beauty of that is it's not exactly a swift part of the internet of things, and so it is hard for an actor to reach our voting process." ... on-n677936
It's not so much clunky as funky. From its inception, our electronic elections have been completely susceptible to rigging from the inside, and hacking from the outside. From the beginning, all electronic

Four year before COVID in 2020 The PRESSTITUTES prepped us to believe
in WHO as our Saviour when they released the Tom Hanks film INFERNO ... 3721000945
Dante Alighieri died in 1321. His three-part masterpiece, “The Divine Comedy”,1 tells about his journey through Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise, meeting famous and symbolic personalities along the way. After 700 years, are there similarities between the Divine Comedy and our times?
The COVID-19 pandemic has dragged the whole world's population down into the Circles of Hell. At the end of his journey, Dante “came forth to see again the stars” whereas we are still stumbling about “in a gloomy wood“. All are living a suspended life, marked by anxiety
Inferno: Containing The Virus (Tom Hanks Scene)
Released in 2016
New treatment blocked for Covid 19

Ron Johnson's Bill S444 to require the Senate to Ratify (with 2/3 vote) WHO treaty has now achieved 49 cosponsors
Every Republican Senator is now a sponsor of this bill
APR 17, 2024
Ron Johnson's Bill S444 to require the Senate to Ratify (with 2/3 vote) WHO treaty has now achieved 49 cosponsors
Every Republican Senator is now a sponsor of this bill ... to-rfk-jr/

“Denying Me Secret Service is a Scandal…” Robert Kennedy jr ... rcna147750
S.C. cop charged in fatal shooting of driver fleeing from fight
Summerville Police Department officer Anthony DeLustro, 64, was described as the “primary aggressor,” according to the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division.
April 14, 2024 By Noah Osborne ... -database/
NYPD cop fired after using 311 to slam supervisor as transgender, mean
Regarding his hate-filled texts, Officer Amar Bhairam told investigators that his superior had a “negative” supervisory style and “a lot of cops weren’t happy” with her directives
April 13, 2024 ... -by-union/
NYPD new rules on grooming and uniforms for cops challenged by union
By ROCCO PARASCANDOLA | [email protected] | New York Daily News and THOMAS TRACY | [email protected] | New York Daily News
PUBLISHED: April 14, 2024 ... em-3006100
Leaked FBI document shows MPs were kept in dark over China hack for two years
EXCLUSIVEA leaked FBI document has revealed how MPs were kept in the dark over attempts by a Chinese state affiliated group to hack their parliamentary accounts
By Richard Holmes Senior Reporter April 14, 2024 ... -election/
Microsoft Warns That China Wants To Use AI To Disrupt Elections; But Basically Ignores Its Failures To Disrupt The Taiwanese Election
from the let's-not-get-ahead-of-ourselves dept
Fri, Apr 12th 2024 12:56pm - Mike Masnick
I’m not sure we should welcome in our new AI-powered robot overlords determining how elections come about just yet.
The media keeps telling me that deep fakes and generative AI are going to throw all of the important elections this year into upheaval. And maybe it’s true, but to date, we’ve seen very little evidence to support anything serious. There are a lot of questions this year about the impact that generative AI tools will have on elections, but the predictions of the power of these tools still remain greatly exaggerated.
The latest is the Guardian reporting that China is looking to use AI to “disrupt elections in the US, South Korea, and India” based on warnings from Microsoft:
China will attempt to disrupt elections in the US, South Korea and India this year with ... um=reader2
African scientists slam ‘unequal’ pandemic treaty
MERYL NASS M.D. ... 5/mode/2up
The squad : the US government's secret alliance with organised crime
by Milan, Michael ... -beginning
Milwaukee police detective accused of assault; trial beginning
By Sam Kraemer
Updated  April 14, 2024 9:44pm CDT
FOX6 News Milwaukee ... 246477007/
Moms for Liberty co-founder tells American parents they have something in common with Trump
Rachel Barber USA TODAY ... f-babbitt/
APRIL 10, 2024 Judicial Watch: FBI Records Reveal Posthumous Criminal Investigation of Ashli Babbitt
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it received 62 pages of records from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit, showing that the FBI opened a criminal investigation of Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt after her killing and listed four “potential violations of federal law,” including felony rioting and civil disorder.
The records also contain multiple reports of two subjects being shot, including the fatal shooting of Babbitt, during the January 6 Capitol protests.
The records were produced in a FOIA lawsuit against the Justice Department and FBI for records related to the death of Ashli Babbitt (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:21-cv-02462)).
These records may also be responsive to a recent FOIA suit for the family for FBI files and potentially related to the $30 million wrongful death lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch on behalf of the Babbitt family.
The unarmed Babbitt was shot and killed as she climbed into a broken interior window in the United States Capitol. The identity of the shooter was kept secret by Congress, the Justice Department, and DC police for eight months until former U.S. Capitol Police Lt. Michael Byrd went public to try to defend his killing of Babbitt.
The newly obtained records include a January 14, 2021, Electronic Communication indicating that eight days after Babbitt’s death, under “Case ID#: 176-SD-3367083 (U) Ashli Elizabeth Babbitt,” a posthumous investigation was initiated from San Diego, California: ... 35811.html
New Jersey cop, football coach accused of sexually assaulting children on team
AARON LEVINE April 15, 2024

COPAGANDA ... cean-city/
Coffee With Cops Event Set for April 21 in Ocean City
By MediaWize - April 15, 2024 ... i-director
Worried about attack against US after Russian massacre: FBI Director
Robert Besser
16 Apr 2024

The Most Liked “FBI” Stars Ranked From Lowest to Highest Following!
The Most Accurate Cop Show Is Still a Standout
BY LIAM GAUGHAN ... ist-church
FBI Director Christopher Wray to speak at Birmingham Civil Rights Conference
by Kyra PurvisMon, April 15th 2024 ... 17437.html
FBI hosts training for local citizens News Staff
Sat, April 13, 2024
Rojek says the Citizens Academy is crucial in busting myths about what the FBI does. ... t-threats/
House GOP asks FBI for briefing on ‘ecoterrorist’ threats
By Kelsey Brugger | 04/15/2024 04:19 PM EDT
The Oversight and Accountability Committee is opening a probe on the risk of energy infrastructure attacks.
House Oversight and Accountability Chair James Comer (R-Ky.) in February. His committee is asking the FBI for a briefing on "ecoterrorism." Francis Chung/POLITICO
House Oversight Republicans want the FBI to brief the committee on threats from “radical ecoterrorists” against pipelines and other critical energy infrastructure.
A letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, led by Oversight and Accountability Chair James Comer (R-Ky.), demanded information about how “radical ecoterrorist calls to violence are increasingly promoted across the globe, including at American universities.”

Judicial Watch Asks Court to Order Release of CIA Communications with Clinton Campaign Lawyer
“The CIA is in cover-up mode about its communications with the lawyer implicated in a shady spy operation against President Trump,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “What is the CIA hiding about its role in this plot against President Trump?” ... misconduct
Chicago’s watchdog moves to fire police supervisor who lied about sex assault probe of fellow cop
Details of the case were included in a quarterly report, published by Inspector General Deborah Witzburg’s office, which details serious misconduct investigations involving city workers, one of several that found evidence of apparent police coverups.
By  Tom Schuba   Apr 15, 2024 ... cash-bail/
Cop Charged With Armed Bank Robbery, Bomb Threat – $250,000 Cash Bail
Kevin Mathewson Apr 15, 2024 ... 307261007/
Police investigating Fall River cop guilty of brutality. Here are the people involved.
Jo C. Goode The Herald News ... 5d95c.html
Toronto cop loses appeal of firing over ‘libellous’ tweets about workplace sexual harassment, racism
cop Firouzeh Zarabi-Majd was behind the “Dirty Shades of Blue” Twitter account, which tweeted offensive texts other officers made in private group chats and made “libellous” comments about senior officers.
April 15, 2024 ... sciplined/
Progressives blast Adams, NYPD after cops involved in Kawaski Trawick’s death not disciplined
By CHRIS SOMMERFELDT | [email protected] | New York Daily News
PUBLISHED: April 15, 2024 ... wyers-say/
Video Shows White Cop Choking Unarmed Black Man, Lawyers Say
Jovonne Ledet Apr 15, 2024

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