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Postby fruhmenschen » Tue Feb 21, 2017 5:16 pm

http://ticklethewire.com/2017/02/21/la- ... es-russia/

LA Times: AG Sessions Must Recuse Himself from Probes of Trump Ties to Russia

AG Jeff Sessions at his confirmation hearing.
By Editorial Board
Los Angeles Times
If Donald Trump’s campaign colluded with efforts by Russia to help him defeat Hillary Clinton — a nightmare scenario for which no evidence has been produced so far — it would be first and foremost a political and constitutional crisis. But it also likely would involve violations of federal law. And even if such collusion didn’t take place, there could be other matters involving Russia and Trump associates that would require decisions by the Department of Justice.
That department is now headed by Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions, who as a senator from Alabama was an early and enthusiastic supporter of Trump’s candidacy. And President Trump, as he made clear at his stream-of-consciousness news conference last Thursday, rejects concerns about improper relationships between his campaign and Russia as a “ruse” and “fake news” fabricated “to try and make up for the loss of the Democrats.”

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FBI comes to Gilmore to help
Journal Times-
An FBI agent speaks to students at Gilmore Middle School about cybercrime. The FBI has chosen Gilmore as their “adopt-a-school,” a program which helps ...

News Orgs. Demand FBI Discloseh Was Paid For San Bernardino iPhone Hack
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Several media outlets, including the Associated Press, filed a brief with a federal court on Monday to require that the FBI make public certain evidence regarding the San Bernardino investigation, including information on the cost of the software tool the FBI used to hack an iPhone and the identity of the person or persons who sold it to the FBI.
The AP, Vice, and Gannet, the news conglomerate that owns USA Today, filed a suit in September 2016 demanding information about a mysterious transaction that allowed the FBI to bypass Apple’s assistance in unlocking an iPhone belonging to the employer of Syed Rizwan Farook, who, along with his wife,Tashfeen Malik, killed 14 people in the San Bernardino shooting attack.

http://wjla.com/news/nation-world/intel ... motivation

Intelligence leaks against Trump suggest a political motivation
WJLA-20 hours ago
Colleen Rowley is a retired FBI special agent and a whistleblower who brought to light major lapses in intelligence prior to 9/11. Rowley sees officials within the ...

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Art Now: Hasan Elahi - Tracking Transience - an Artist Talk
The Hudson Reporter-
Although initially created for his FBI agent, the public can also monitor the artist's communication records, banking transactions, and transportation logs along ...

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“Judicial Discretion” and Tyranny
Canada Free Press-
In those articles, I exposed FBI informants associated with the occupation of .... not to be out done, they filed an Affidavit of FBI Special Agent Ronnie Walker in ...

http://thefederalist.com/2017/02/21/dis ... ael-flynn/

Disclosures Suggest Deep State Surveillance Extends Well Beyond ...
The Federalist-8 hours ago
An investigation would be the responsibility of FBI Director James Comey, who in ... black-hooded, Palestinian-styled agent provocateurs roaming the streets, ...

https://www.propublica.org/article/did- ... nformation

Did Jury in Etan Patz Murder Case Receive Improper Information?

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FBI informant involved in James Hoffa murder

In his younger years, Sheldon Yellen helped run the Southfield Athletic Club, which played a pivotal part in one of the greatest mysteries of the 20th century. On July 30, 1975, one of the regulars at the club--Anthony Giacalone, known as "Mr. G" to Yellen--was scheduled to meet with ex-Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa at the Machus Red Fox restaurant at 2 p.m., according to federal officials. At 2:15 p.m., Hoffa called his wife, apparently concerned that Giacalone hadn't showed.
It was the last time she ever heard from him. Authorities declared Hoffa dead in 1982, even though they never found his body. Giacalone, who was indicted on RICO charges in 1996 but died before the case went to trial, was a prime suspect in Hoffa's disappearance but was never charged. He had an airtight alibi, having spent July 30 at his favorite hangout, the Southfield Athletic Club. When asked about Hoffa, Giacalone allegedly said, "Maybe he took a little trip."
Investigators spent years chasing down people who might know something, including Yellen's mentor, Leonard Schultz, who authorities say was a Mafia associate, friend of Giacalone, head of the Southfield Athletic Club and FBI informant. Schultz, who was eventually convicted of conspiracy to distribute cocaine in 1987, took any secrets he may have had to the grave in 2013. "I always thought Lenny knew more about the Hoffa disappearance than he ever told us about," says retired FBI agent John Insogna.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/21/world/mel ... ane-crash/
Melbourne plane crash: CEO, lawyer, ex-FBI agent among Americans killed
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Postby fruhmenschen » Tue Feb 28, 2017 8:45 pm

This is why we need to create volunteer
civilian review police boards who will
set and enforce standards of performance
for police.
The board is useless without subpoena

http://www.fairfaxtimes.com/articles/ni ... 37f4c.html

Nine appointed to Police Civilian Review Panel

On Feb. 28, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors appointed nine Fairfax County residents to serve on the newly established Police Civilian Review Panel. The creation of a Civilian Review Panel was recommended by the Ad Hoc Police Practices Review Commission in their October 2015 final report to the Board of Supervisors.

“The Police Civilian Review Panel will promote further transparency and openness in community policing,” Chairman Sharon Bulova said. “Each appointed member will bring a valuable perspective, extensive knowledge and years of community involvement to the table. Together with their impressive skillsets, this group of individuals will set the bar high for how the Civilian Review Panel will operate. I am very proud of our Fairfax County Police Department. This Panel will contribute toward making us a model of excellence for the nation.”

The Civilian Review Panel will act as an independent avenue or “portal” for residents to submit complaints concerning allegations of abuse of authority or misconduct by a Fairfax County Police (FCPD) Officer. The Panel will also have the authority to request and review completed Police Department internal administrative investigations regarding a civilian complaint against an officer. The Panel may hold public meetings to review police administrative investigations and walk through with members of the community how the investigation was conducted, including findings of fact, evidence collected and witness statements. Examples of complaints and cases for the Civilian Review Panel to receive and review may include:

• The use of abusive, racial, ethnic or sexual language;

• Harassment or discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, marital status, age, familial status, or disability;

• The reckless endangerment of a detainee or person in custody;

• Serious violations of Fairfax County or FCPD procedures

The Civilian Review Panel will not address potentially criminal use of force or police-involved shootings. Cases of that magnitude would likely involve an investigation by the Commonwealth’s Attorney and would be monitored by the newly hired Police Auditor, Richard G. Schott.

The Board of Supervisors has appointed Adrian Steel to serve as the first chairman of the Civilian Review Panel. All subsequent chairmen will be selected by members of the Civilian Review Panel in a manner that will be determined by the Panel’s bylaws. Panel members will serve three year terms with a two term limit, although some inaugural members will serve for less time to allow for staggered terms.

The first orders of business for the Civilian Review Panel include writing bylaws detailing how the Panel will function, and training Panel members on current police practices and policies in Fairfax County. Once those items are complete, which may take a number of months, the Civilian Review Panel will begin their work of requesting and reviewing cases.

See below for the names and short bios of the Police Civilian Review Panel Members (in alphabetical order):

 • Hansel Aguilar, Fairfax

Mr. Aguilar, originally from Honduras, investigates allegations of police misconduct at the D.C. Office of Police Complaints. Mr. Aguilar is a former police officer for the George Mason University Police Department and previously worked as a case manager and internal investigator for Youth for Tomorrow. He has served with the Vinson Hall Retirement Community in McLean and with the Fairfax County Office for Women & Domestic and Sexual Violence Services. Mr. Aguilar is bilingual in Spanish and English and believes that oversight is an important tenet of maintaining justice and equality in a democratic society.

 • Kathleen Davis-Siudut, Springfield

Ms. Davis-Siudut has spent the past 15 years providing training as well policy development and implementation in the areas of sexual violence, human trafficking, and cultural diversity. Ms. Davis-Siudut is of Korean descent and has previously worked for the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Polaris Project, and the US Marine Corps. She currently works with the Air Force as a sexual assault prevention and response subject matter expert.

 • Steve Descano, Springfield

During his six years as a federal prosecutor, Mr. Descano led numerous investigations conducted by FBI, IRS and USPIS agents. While at the Department of Justice, he analyzed documentary evidence, interviewed witnesses, and reviewed the investigatory work of agents and other prosecutors. Mr. Descano currently works as Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel for Paragon Autism Services and serves on the Criminal Justice Committee of the Fairfax County NAACP. Mr. Descano also serves on the Fairfax County Trails and Sidewalks Committee, is a graduate of West Point, and was nominated by the Fairfax County NAACP to serve on the Civilian Review Panel.

 • Hollye Doane, Oakton

A Fairfax County resident for more than 30 years, Ms. Doane spent most of her career as an attorney in Washington D.C. representing an array of clients, including the National Down Syndrome Society and Down Syndrome Research and Treatment Foundation. Ms. Doane has been an advocate for the disability community for more than 20 years and understands the importance of building positive relationships between law enforcement officers and people with disabilities. Her experience as a journalist prior to attending law school gave her an appreciation for clear, timely and transparent communication between government officials and the community. After her retirement, Ms. Doane trained as a mediator and facilitator and currently serves as a lay pastoral minister in her church.

 • Douglas Kay, Fairfax

Mr. Kay is a trial lawyer who has handled civil litigation, criminal defense and personal injury cases for over 20 years. He currently focuses his practice on commercial litigation matters. As a criminal defense attorney, he has represented individuals charged with everything from simple traffic matters to the most serious felony offenses in state and federal courts. Mr. Kay previously served as a judge advocate in the U.S. Navy and Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for Fairfax County. A lifelong Fairfax County resident, Mr. Kay attended Fairfax County Public Schools, coaches his son’s youth basketball team, and served on Fairfax County’s Ad Hoc Police Practices Review Commission. Mr. Kay was nominated to serve on the Civilian Review Panel by the South Fairfax Chamber of Commerce and the Fairfax Bar Association.

 • Randy Sayles, Oak Hill

Mr. Sayles has over 35 years of law enforcement and criminal investigations experience. He worked as a Federal Agent for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), and served as a police officer for the Denver, Colorado Police Department. Mr. Sayles enjoys giving back to the community by volunteering for the Clean Fairfax Council and Creekside Homeowners Association, and was the recipient of a Fairfax County 2016 Environmental Excellence Award for removing 800 bags of trash and over 1200 illegal signs along nine miles of Centreville Road. Mr. Sayles served as a member of Fairfax County’s Ad Hoc Police Practices Review Commission and has continued to work with the Board of Supervisors and Fairfax County Police to implement the Commission’s recommendations.

 • Jean Senseman, Lorton

Ms. Senseman is a licensed clinical social worker who has spent many years working with clients who experience mental illness, PTSD and substance use disorders. Ms. Senseman has worked in private practice providing treatment and therapy for individuals young and old who experience a wide variety of mental health disorders. Ms. Senseman taught at George Washington University Medical School and volunteers for her Condo Association Finance Committee. Previously, Ms. Senseman worked at the Woodburn Community Mental Health Center and at the Bailey’s Crossroads Community Shelter helping residents of all socio-economic backgrounds receive mental health treatment.

 • Adrian L. Steel, Jr., McLean (Chairman)

Mr. Steel served on Fairfax County’s Ad Hoc Police Practices Review Commission and has continued to work with the Board of Supervisors to implement the Commission’s recommendations. Mr. Steel has been appointed by the Board of Supervisors to serve as the first chairman of the Police Civilian Review Panel. Mr. Steel has demonstrated extensive knowledge and a strong commitment regarding 21st Century police policies and best practices, including civilian oversight. Mr. Steel currently works as a senior counsel at Mayer Brown LLP where he has practiced law for over 35 years, and previously served as Special Assistant to FBI Director, William H. Webster.

 • Rhonda VanLowe, Reston

Ms. VanLowe was appointed to the Governor’s Taskforce for Improving Mental Health Services and Crisis Response and served on the Public Safety workgroup. She has devoted much of her community service work to serving those with unique physical, mental, emotional, intellectual or cognitive backgrounds. Ms. VanLowe practiced law in law firm and corporate settings, served as Board Chair of The Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program, Inc., and received the National Women of Color Special Recognition Award at the 2008 STEM Conference. Ms. VanLowe is a 36-year resident of Fairfax County and looks forward to working together with members of the Panel to develop procedures that will set the foundational tone and tenor for the work of the Panel.

http://sfbayview.com/2017/02/new-releas ... policeman/

New release of Black Panther file reveals FBI rigged investigation of murdered policeman
February 26, 2017

by Michael Richardson

Buried in the Federal Bureau of Investigation file of deceased Black Panther leader Wopashitwe Mondo Even we Langa (formerly David Rice) are secrets still hidden by Bureau censors, missing records, a misleading letter to a New Jersey Congressman, and a handwritten note revealing the FBI called off the search for a policeman’s killer just four days after the officer was buried.

An FBI memo dated Aug. 20, 1970, approves the Omaha Police request for help comparing voices – the voice of the person who called police with the voices of the suspects. But two days later, in a handwritten note at the lower right, the voice exams are cancelled, indicating a setup.
Mondo was deputy of information for the National Committee to Combat Fascism in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1970 when he was accused of murdering a policeman with a bomb. The NCCF was a Black Panther affiliate organization targeted by the FBI under an illegal and clandestine counterintelligence operation dubbed COINTELPRO.

Mondo was on a secret detention list called the Security Index, and Director J. Edgar Hoover ordered the Omaha FBI office to get Mondo off the streets. Mondo died serving a life sentence for murder on March 11, 2016, at the Nebraska State Penitentiary.

The heavily redacted file contains three pages of content still censored from public release 46 years after the crime. Many redactions go to protect the identity of informant OM T-7. The three redacted pages of interview information were “immediately

http://ticklethewire.com/2017/02/28/dem ... es-russia/

Democrat Questions FBI Director’s Willingness to Investigate Trump’s Ties to Russia

Russian leader Vladimir Putin

FBI Director has shown virtually no willingness to cooperate with a Congressional investigation into potential ties between Russia and President Trump’s campaign, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said Monday.

“I have yet to be convinced … by the director of the FBI that we will have the fulsome kind of cooperation that we will need,” Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., told reporters in the Capitol, The Hill reports.

Without the full coperation of the FBI and Comey, Schiff said there’s little the Intelligence Committee can do.

“We can’t become the FBI, we can’t send out our own investigators spanning all over the globe,” Schiff said. “We will need their cooperation, and whether we will get that in as fulsome a manner as we need has yet to be determined, in my view.”

Schiff’s comments came just hours after Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., said he’s seen “no evidence” of ties between Russia and

Who is FBI agent Brad Orsini?

2 stories


http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2017/02/ ... -security/

Local Jewish Federation Hires Former FBI Agent As Its First Director Of Community Security
February 27, 2017 6:41 PM By Jon Delano


World renowned JFK assassination pathologist
Dr. Cyril Wecht exposed FBI Director Hoovers involvement in
Coup D Etat.

FBI agent Brad Orsini was sent to silence Dr Wecht
He failed.

http://www.post-gazette.com/frontpage/2 ... 0707110253

Wecht investigator's Brad Orsini discipline file opened
July 11, 2007 11:00 PM
By Paula Reed Ward Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A federal judge yesterday unsealed records revealing that the lead FBI agent in the criminal case against Dr. Cyril H. Wecht was disciplined elsewhere for forging other agents' names and initials on chain-of-custody forms, evidence labels and interview forms.

Related documents
See more information about the disciplinary reports of FBI agent Bradley W. Orsini.

http://www.salon.com/2017/02/26/immigra ... nformants/

SATURDAY, FEB 25, 2017 08:00 PM EST
FBI agents used Immigration as “leverage against Muslims”: Trevor Aaronson reveals FBI tactics on informants
A bombshell report reveals that the FBI has used some questionable tactics against vulnerable Americans, immigrants VIDEO

http://www.bostonherald.com/news/local_ ... murder_rap

Ex FBI agent Connolly seeks parole on murder rap
Laurel J. Sweet Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Ex-Hub FBI Agent John J. Connolly.

Former Boston FBI agent John “Zip” Connolly has already had one interview in support of his improbable bid for

http://www.newschief.com/news/20170227/ ... lower-unit

Posted Feb 27, 2017 at 11:18 PM
Updated Feb 27, 2017 at 11:20 PM

By David Voreacos, Jef Feeley and Neil Weinberg, Bloomberg News
The Justice Department offers secrecy and cash to whistle-blowers for information about companies that cheated the government.

But one former government attorney is accused of using that information for his own gain. Turning the tables on a unit that can spend years investigating fraud cases, FBI agents are now questioning Justice Department lawyers about their ex-colleague, who was accused last month of trying to sell secrets about a case for $310,000.
Prosecutors say Jeffrey Wertkin attempted to sell a whistle-blower's confidential lawsuit against a Silicon Valley company -- while wearing a wig in disguise. FBI agents want to know whether Wertkin, who left the government in April, got the lawsuit from someone inside the Justice Department and if he sold other secrets while working there, according to two people familiar with the matter who weren't authorized to discuss it publicly.
"They're going to have to review all his cases," said Glenn Grossenbacher, a San Antonio whistle-blower attorney not involved in the case. "Did somebody give this case to him? Did he take it with him? Are there other cases involved? It's a Pandora's Box of questions."
Justice Department spokeswoman Nicole Navas and FBI spokesman Matthew Bertron declined to comment.
The case has riveted the legal community. Justice Department lawyers specializing in False Claims Act cases conduct their investigations in secret after whistle-blowers file a lawsuit accusing companies of defrauding the government; in such cases, they have recovered $24 billion over eight years. Companies usually don't learn about a suit until the government nears the end of its probe.
"It's shocking to everyone

FBI Octopus

Fox /FBI


Mock crime fighting preparing Chicago teens for real life careers
Fox 32 Chicago
The students are getting this special opportunity through the Chicago FBI ... Hey, I'm running this thing,” yelled an FBI agent playing the role of the robber.


The FBI strategy that combats home grown extremists
Fox 32 Chicago-
FOX 32 NEWS - They're called home grown extremists: individuals who take up an enemy's cause, working right out of their homes without organized cells or ...

http://www.fox13memphis.com/top-stories ... /498127175

Former police chief warns President Trump about domestic terrorism

Retired FBI Agent CM Sturgis, who runs his own investigation firm said the White House maybe fixated in stopping threats from abroad but during the daily ...

http://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-stando ... _coop.html

Blaine Cooper becomes 1st occupier to testify for government in ...
11, 2016, defense lawyer Andrew Kohlmetz pointed out that he admitted to an FBI agent that he had carried an AR-15 at the Bundy Ranch in Nevada and also ...

http://www.securityinfowatch.com/news/1 ... hrough-tsa
How an armed rocker often rolled through TSA
Two years ago some undercover Homeland Security agents, known as the "Red Team ... "The FBI recommended him," Derringer said. "The FBI agent was a fan.

http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-pol- ... story.html

California has some of the toughest laws keeping police discipline private. That seems unlikely to change

http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la ... story.html

We need answers to questions about Russia and the White House ...
Los Angeles Times
The FBI refused to help, but CIA Director Mike Pompeo apparently complied with ... agent Christopher Steele, was considered credible enough that the FBI was ...

http://www.fairfaxtimes.com/articles/ni ... 37f4c.html

Nine appointed to Police Civilian Review Panel
During his six years as a federal prosecutor, Mr. Descano led numerous investigations conducted by FBI, IRS and USPIS agents. While at the Department of ...

http://ticklethewire.com/2017/02/28/ex- ... -officers/

Ex-Border Officials Question Trump’s Plan to Hire 5,000 More Officers

President Trump’s plans to add more than 5,000 border enforcement officers has caught criticism from former top officials at Customs and Border Patrol.

Three top officials at CBP told Reuters that the hiring presents logistical challenges

http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2017/f ... s-fbi-bac/

Wary of ‘federal bullying,’ Idaho House kills FBI background check bill
UPDATED: MONDAY, FEB. 27, 2017, 6:54 P.M.

How they voted
Here’s how North Idaho representatives voted on the background check bill, HB 164:

Voting in favor: Reps. Paul Amador, R-Coeur d’Alene; Luke Malek, R-Coeur d’Alene; and Eric Redman, R-Athol.

Voting against: Reps. Vito Barbieri, R-Dalton Gardens; Don Cheatham, R-Post Falls; Sage Dixon, R-Ponderay; Priscilla Giddings, R-White Bird; Paulette Jordan, D-Plummer; Ron Mendive, R-Coeur d’Alene; Heather Scott, R-Blanchard; Paul Shepherd, R-Riggins; and Caroline Nilsson Troy, R-Genesee.

BOISE - The Idaho House on Monday killed legislation allowing FBI background checks on certain state employees.

The bill’s sponsor warned that the state could lose millions of dollars the state Department of Labor relies on to pay federal
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Postby fruhmenschen » Thu Mar 02, 2017 6:37 pm

http://ticklethewire.com/2017/03/01/ag- ... ce-abuses/
AG Sessions Indicates Justice Department Will ‘Pull Back’ on Investigating Police Abuses

AG Jeff Sessions at his confirmation hearing.
By Steve Neavling
The numerous federal investigations into troubled police departments under the Obama administration may be a thing of the past.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Tuesday that the federal government won’t be monitoring police departments as it had in the past.
Sessions claimed in his first speech as attorney general that the Justice Department investigations undermined police efforts nationwide.
“We need, so far as we can, in my view, help police departments get better, not diminish their effectiveness,” Sessions told the National Association of Attorneys General. “And I’m afraid we’ve done some of that. So we’re going to try to pull back on this, and I don’t think it’s wrong or mean or insensitive to civil rights or human rights.”
He added that the Trump administration is working “out of a concern to make the lives of people in particularly the poor communities, minority communities, live a safer, happier life so that they’re able to have their children outside and go to school in safety and they can go to the grocery store in safety and not be accosted by drug dealers and get caught in crossfires or have their children seduced into some gang.”
Sessions claimed that monitoring police departments did not help combat rising violence in some cities.
“One of the big things out there that’s, I think, causing trouble and where you see the greatest increase in violence and murders in cities is somehow, some way, we undermine the respect for our police and made, oftentimes, their job more difficult,” he said.
http://ticklethewire.com/2017/03/02/jef ... d-perjury/
Jeff Sessions Admits Meeting with Russian Officials But Denies He Committed Perjury

Jeff Sessions discusses his communication with Russians.
By Steve Neavling
Attorney General Jeff Sessions acknowledged today that he met with Russian officials at least twice during the Donald Trump campaign, but insisted the election was never discussed.
During a press conference at 4 p.m., Sessions also said he plans to recuse himself from future investigations into the Trump campaign after consulting with Justice Department staff.
“I have decided to recuse myself from any existing or future investigations of any matters related in any way to the campaigns for President of the United States,” Sessions said.
The attorney general insisted he didn’t commit perjury by denying he had communication with Russian officials during his confirmation hearing, saying the meetings were unrelated to the presidential campaign.
Reports that suggested he exchanged information with the Russians, Sessions said, are “totally false.”
Sessions said he was having trouble remembering details of the discussions with a Russian ambassador.
“I don’t remember a lot of it,” Sessions said.

Broward County
March 1, 2017 7:09 PM
Former Secret Service man pleads guilty to dark, secret relationships with minors

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/c ... rylink=cpy

The Department of Justice says until his arrest on Nov. 9, 2015, Moore worked in the Secret Service-Uniformed Division and was assigned to the White House.
In Moore’s guilty plea, he admits to using a profile on the social media app “Meet24.” That’s where he began a two-month chat relationship with a 14-year-old girl in which some electronic conversation turned sexual. Moore sent the girl sexually explicit images of himself.
But Moore really was chatting and sexting with Delaware State Police detectives and members of the Delaware Child Predator Task Force. After they arrested Moore, he admitted to trading sexually explicit images with a minor in Florida, a 17 year old in Missouri and a 14 year old in Texas.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/c ... rylink=cpy

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One “National Emergency” Away From Disaster 3 of 4
March 2, 2017Uncategorized
You think it could never happen in America that D.Trump could shut down the media he deems hostile and suspend our Constitutional rights. But it has happened in the past and it happened under more than one president.
President Adams in 1798 in response to a French threat had his Alien and Sedition Acts. One Federalist in Congress declared, there was no need to “invite hordes of Wild Irishmen, nor the turbulent and disorderly of all the world, to come here with a basic view to distract our tranquility.” It was described as: “No protesting the government? No immigrants allowed in? No freedom of the press. Lawmakers jailed? ”
President Lincoln: “On April 27, 1861, President Lincoln, fearful that Southern troops might overtake the capital, suspended the writ of habeas corpus and declared martial law in Maryland. . . . On May 26, 1861, Chief Justice Roger Taney, sitting circuit, ruled that Lincoln had acted unconstitutionally — only Congress could suspend the Great Writ. Lincoln ignored the order and continued to seize and hold adversaries without a hearing”

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Rapides DA stands by choice to invite 'Jihadi Movement' expert for ...
KALB News (press release)-
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), Guandolo is an FBI agent who resigned in 2008 from the FBI after admitting to having affairs with female ...

https://theintercept.com/2017/03/02/hom ... -violence/
Homeland Security Sees Anger At Trump as a Driver of “Domestic ...
The Intercept-
A former undercover FBI agent who infiltrated violent domestic organizations, German said the report failed on numerous fronts to achieve its intended purpose ...


http://www.ydr.com/story/news/crime/201 ... /98602500/
JCC bomb threat info sent to FBI, chief says
York Daily Record/Sunday News-
The York Jewish Community Center has been closed and evacuated following an "emergency situation," according to JCC spokeswoman Melissa Plotkin.

http://www.sdjewishworld.com/2017/03/01 ... y-march-5/

Local law enforcement to address Jewish community March 5
San Diego Jewish World-
Addressing the community will be San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman, San Diego Sheriff Bill Gore, and Eric Birnbaum, the FBI Special-Agent-in-Charge ...

http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2014 ... iff-gore/#
Do you plead the 5th, Sheriff Gore?

Lawsuit seeks to restore Facebook comment pertaining to Ruby Ridge
Oct. 29, 2014

The shooting of an unarmed woman holding her baby in Ruby Ridge, Idaho, in 1992 continues to follow San Diego County sheriff Bill Gore around and that goes for social media sites. Gore, according to a federal lawsuit, continues to dodge questions about the day’s events.
On October 27, Dimitrios Karras filed a federal complaint alleging that Sheriff Gore and his staff deleted comments he posted to the sheriff department's Facebook page, thus violating his right to free speech.
Karras posted his comment on September 2, 2014. It read:
"Sheriff Gore: Do you plead the 5th about your involvement in the MURDER of an unarmed woman who was holding her baby? REMEMBER RUBY RIDGE.”
Within an hour, the comment was removed and Karras was informed that he was not allowed to post any more comments on to the sheriff's Facebook fan page.
More than 22 years have elapsed since the FBI standoff at Randy Weaver's cabin in Ruby Ridge. At the time, Gore served as the bureau chief in Seattle, the lead office in charge of the standoff. Weaver, a white separatist facing gun charges, was holed up in the cabin along with his wife Vicki, infant daughter, and a man named Kevin Harrison.
Days before the seige, a gun battle occurred between FBI agent Michael Degan and Weaver, Harrison, and Weaver's 14-year-old son Sammy as they walked in the woods near the cabin. Weaver's son along with agent Degan were killed during the shootout. The men retreated back to the cabin where they stayed while agents surrounded the cabin.
The next day, Weaver and Harrison tried to leave to find a burial place for the deceased boy. During another shootout that ensued, Weaver's wife Vicki was shot and killed while holding her baby daughter. The men later surrendered. The FBI soon came under scrutiny for the tactics used and the murder of an unarmed woman. Gore denied that he gave the shooter the green light. He refused to testify at a congressional hearing.
Two decades later, people such as Karras still want an answer from Gore; Facebook proved to be no means of

https://www.bostonglobe.com/business/20 ... story.html

FBI director James Comey to speak at Boston College
The Boston Globe-
FBI director James Comey will deliver the keynote address at a Boston College cybersecurity forum next Wednesday. Comey is scheduled to speak about “the ...

https://www.rawstory.com/2017/03/fbi-no ... at-schiff/

FBI not answering Congress' questions on Russia probe: Democrat ...
Raw Story-
FBI Director James Comey did not answer all questions from a House intelligence panel about the investigation into possible Russian interference in the 2016 ...

http://www.businessinsider.com/jeff-ses ... dor-2017-3

The FBI is at the center of a big unanswered question surrounding ...
Business Insider-
The FBI did not inform the Senate Judiciary Committee about its investigation into Attorney General Jeff Sessions' contacts with Russian officials during the 2016 ...

http://www.latimes.com/politics/washing ... story.html
Rep. Adam Schiff blasts FBI director, demands more information ...
Los Angeles Times-
The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee criticized the FBI on Thursday, complaining that it failed to share enough information about its ...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... -back.html
Top Intelligence panel Democrat says FBI is sharing only a 'fraction ...
Daily Mail-
The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee is blasting the FBI for holding back information, saying the FBI director is revealing only a 'fraction' about what it knows about Trump and Russia

https://trofire.com/2017/03/02/fbi-thin ... errorists/

FBI Thinks Standing Rock Protesters Might be Terrorists
The Ring of Fire Network
Senator Al Franken (D – MN) is challenging the FBI's investigation of at least three Dakota Access Pipeline protesters under their Joint Terrorism Task Force.

http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2017/0 ... -citizens/
7 Baltimore Officers Accused of Abusing Power, Robbing Citizens
CBS Philly-
Rosenstein announced the indictments at a press conference with Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis and officials with the

http://www.espn.com/chalk/story/_/id/18 ... ase-denied
Judge won't dismiss Walter's trading case
In January, attorneys for Walters requested that the case be dismissed due to government misconduct after it was revealed that an FBI special agent had leaked ...

http://www.ibtimes.com/muslims-police-a ... nt-2501069
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nationa ... -1.2986207
Holding FBI agents liable after four Muslims landed on no-fly list could deter aspiring cops from the job, U.S. attorney argues

Muslims And Police: Anti-Islam Conspiracy Theorist To Train ...
International Business Time
A former FBI agent turned anti-Islam conspiracy theorist, who once accused former CIA Director John Brennan of being a “secret Muslim,” is scheduled to give a ...

http://www.futureofcapitalism.com/2017/ ... estigation
Judge Orders Regular Updates on Investigation into FBI Grand Jury ...
Judge Castel wrote in the memorandum and order: "The conduct on the part of at least one special agent of the FBI in leaking grand jury material is worthy of the ...

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/sen ... er-n728371


Why Was The FBI Attempting To Buy A Partisan Dossier On Trump?
Daily Caller-
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Bonus Read

http://www.latimes.com/local/california ... story.html

L.A. sheriff gains support in legal fight over secret list of 300 problem deputies

The American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California and three other advocacy groups have gone to court to back Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell’s attempt to send prosecutors the names of deputies found to have committed serious misconduct on the job.

The move is the latest turn in the fight over a secret list of 300 problematic deputies whose history of misconduct could damage their credibility if they are ever called to testify in criminal

http://www.citypaper.com/blogs/the-news ... story.html

Five times law enforcers could have arrested Donald Trump but didn't
Baltimore City Paper (blog)-
After President Donald Trump melted down on Twitter Saturday, it's safe to say that virtually no one in America doesn't know that he is under FBI investigation

FBI decides it will use Tor to replenish it's own supply
of child porn while maintaining it's ability to blackmail
tens of thousands of users of chuld pornography
Think of it : JUDGES,POLITICIANS,DOCTORS and other
highly valued FBI informant assets....sitting ducks

http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/ne ... -porn-case

FBI chooses to protect Tor vulnerability and dismiss child porn case

06 Mar 2017

The Department of Justice dropped a child pornography case in order to avoid disclosing a Tor vulnerability; dozens more cases potentially affected.

Forced to decide between disclosing a Tor vulnerability used to gather evidence or dismiss the child porn case it had built; the U.S. Department of Justice chose to protect the exploit.

The undisclosed Tor vulnerability was used by the FBI to deanonymize user traffic to the Playpen child porn website hosted as a Tor hidden service. However, the evidence was deemed inadmissible by the court unless the FBI disclosed the method used to gather it. In a filing on the case federal prosecutor Annette Hayes wrote that the suppression order filed by the FBI "has deprived the government of the evidence needed to establish defendant Jay Michaud's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt at trial."

Hayes said "the government has no choice but to seek dismissal of the indictment" because the FBI was unwilling to disclose the Tor vulnerability "network investigative

Link du jour
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http://www.occurrencesforeigndomestic.c ... tap-dance/

SUNDAY, MARCH 05, 2017

Thick with conspiracies

“Requiem for a Martyr: The “Blind Sheik”, Omar Abdel Rahman, Innocent Victim of Seditious Conspiracy Trial”:

“Defense lawyers claimed that Emad Salem entrapped their clients by hiring them for his plots, then taped them making incriminating statements. Salem’s tapes, on which most of this trial would be based, would also include two FBI admissions of overseeing the provision of the WTC explosives. Ron Kuby requested that all of Salem’s tapes collected as evidence (which also showed the FBI’s unsavory ways of doing business) be released in their entirety to the public to expose the case as a conspiracy to frame the defendants. Judge Michael B. Mukasey, (who would be named Attorney General in 2007), refused to allow the tapes to be made public.”


“The defense counsel immediately called for a mistrial because they believed that the problems with the trial were so egregious. It was clear that the FBI made use of Egypt’s intelligence agent as an agent provocateur to carry out its own agenda. Some defendants claimed that exculpatory conversations were missing from the tapes; the FBI admitted that they had “briefly” returned the tapes to Salem after they had been entered as evidence.

Judge Mukasey told the defense lawyers that he would consider their request to hold a post-trial hearing on the issue of whether he should overturn the convictions. But on January 10, 1996, he rejected the defense motion to throw out the convictions of Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman and nine others, claiming that there was no proof that the evidence that Salem had destroyed would have helped exonerate the defendants. Mukasey ignored Salem’s obvious motive for destroying evidence and the FBI’s interest in wanting him to do it.”

“Of course Donald Trump’s phones were tapped!”. Comment by noreen cerino on the speed of the protests with “professionally printed signs”. It is curious that the Clintonistas were completely certain of victory, yet there was a concerted organized Obama-Soros conspiracy to undermine President Trump in place from the summer of 2016, all turning on ties to Russia. [emphasis added]

Blink Tank


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http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/r ... -1.2985601

he retired Florida police captain accused of killing a man in a movie theater during an argument over texting said "it was either his life or mine," he testified Tuesday.

Curtis Reeves, now 74, said during a Stand Your Ground hearing that he acted in self-defense when he fatally shot 43-year-old Chad Oulson in January 2014.

"It looked to me like he

http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Ne ... 08611.html

Two high-ranking NYPD officers were placed on modified duty and two others were transferred amid a federal investigation into potential violations of conflict of interest rules and federal criminal laws, Commissioner Bill Bratton announced Thursday.
Deputy Inspector James Grant, head the Upper East Side's 19th Precinct, was stripped of his badge and gun Thursday, according to the NYPD. The decision came after the New York Post reported that the FBI was investigating claims that Grant had accepted diamonds and cash from a Brooklyn businessman.

Deputy Chief Michael Harrington was also placed on modified duty, while Deputy Chief David Colon and Deputy Chief Eric Rodriguez were transferred because of the investigation, Bratton said.
'“This is not a particularly good day for the department,” Bratton said.

http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/ex- ... -1.2990055

Moody,Former police officer shoots neighbor in Brooklyn
Monday, March 6, 2017, 4:55 PM

The man accused of gunning down his Brooklyn landlord is seen in custody on Monday. (TODD MAISEL/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS)
A dispute between neighbors turned violent Monday afternoon when an ex-cop shot a 45-year-old man in the head in Brooklyn, police sources said.

The attack happened around 2:30 p.m. in front of a building on Greenpoint Ave., near McGuinness Blvd., in Greenpoint.

The victim, Joe Stepinski, was rushed to Bellevue Hospital, where he was on life support Monday night, according to officials.

A neighbor said Stepinski’s girlfriend is the landlord of the building where he and the suspect, retired NYPD officer Gene Barrett, 51, live. The ex-cop retired on a disability pension in 2002.

http://vancouver.24hrs.ca/2017/03/06/co ... allegation

Could be truth to Trump's wiretapping allegation
24 Hours Vancouver
If the leak did not come directly from NSA, said Binney, it came from either the CIA for the FBI, both which have unfettered access to NSA's database. As Binney ...
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Heat is online
http://www.metro.us/news/russia-s-putin ... Pc6HCYUiA/
Russia's Putin to meet ExxonMobil President: Kremlin spokesman

https://robertscribbler.com/2017/03/09/ ... dead-zone/

New Research Shows Global Warming Could Turn Tropics Into a Sweltering Dead Zone
New research out of Purdue University finds that a global warming event called the PETM made parts of the tropics too hot for living organisms to survive. And though the PETM happened many millions of years ago, these new scientific revelations are pertinent to the present day. The reason is that human activity in the form of fossil fuel burning is now rapidly causing the globe to heat up. And such warming, if it continues, could well turn large sections of the tropics into a dead zone.
PETM — Warm-up Sparks Global Upheaval, Extinction
The PETM was a big global warm up that happened 56 million years ago as the Paleocene epoch passed into the Eocene. It is numbered as one of many hothouse extinctions occurring in the geological record. And it is generally thought to have been one of the milder such events — especially when compared to the biosphere wrecking ball that was the Permian.

(NASA tool shows that business as usual greenhouse gas emissions would force average maximum July temperatures over large sections of the world to warm to 40 to 45 C [104 to 113 F] by the 2090s. For many regions, such a high degree of heat is incompatible with crops and human habitability. In the deep past, hothouse events were found, in recent research, to render large sections of the tropics uninhabitable to most forms of life. Image source: NASA.)
During the PETM, global temperatures jumped by 5 degrees Celsius above an already warm base line over the course of about 6,000 years. And research indicates that the resulting heat stress set off massive wildfires, forced land animal species to move pole-ward, and killed off a big chunk of the ocean’s bottom dwelling foraminifera.
Parts of the Tropical Biosphere Seem to Have Died
However, past scientific consensus held that the tropics still managed to support life during the PETM due to a kind of thermostat-like heat regulation preventing the equatorial region from becoming too warm. Temperatures were thought to have remained within a range that would have continued to support life in this lower latitude zone. So it was only thought that the tropics experienced die-offs during ancient and more intense warming events like the Permain of 250 million years ago.
The new research by Purdue scientists calls that theory into question. Their findings show that temperatures crossed a key threshold — becoming too hot to support life throughout sections of the tropics and rendering large areas uninhabitable.
Matthew Huber, professor in the Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences Department at Purdue University and study co-author notes:
“The records produced in this study indicate that when the tropics warmed that last little bit, a threshold was passed and parts of the tropical biosphere seems to have died. This is the first time that we’ve found really good information, in a very detailed way, where we saw major changes in the tropics directly associated with warming past a key threshold in the past 60 million years.”
Half of Human Population Lives and Farms in the Tropics
During the present day, about half the human population, a good chunk of the world’s life forms, and a considerable amount of global farming occupies the tropics. However, according to recent research by the Max Plank Institute, parts of the tropical zone could be rendered basically uninhabitable to human beings by mid Century as the Earth heats up due to fossil fuel burning. And already, the critical region of Equatorial Africa and the adjacent Middle East are experiencing record droughts, water stress, and instances of hunger, famine and related food insecurity as global temperatures rise to 1 C or more above 1880s averages.
(Climate zone habitability is a function of what forms of life can exist in a given region at a given range of temperatures. Warming in the tropics is expected to impact human habitability by mid Century. Warming, however, is also expected to impact crop yields well into the middle latitudes. U.S. food production is therefore likely to be negatively impacted by rising global temperatures. Video source: Peter Carter.)
The serious concern is that as the world warms up — a humanitarian crisis of unprecedented scope could emerge as whole countries become unable to support their populations. As entire regions become too hot to live in. And as major swaths of global farmland become non-productive.
The present narrative hints that human civilization can somehow adapt by shifting farm zones northward. However, it’s worth noting that boreal regions do not support the same highly productive soils as the tropical and temperate zones that are now under threat due to rising temperatures. In addition, the nations of the world have thus far shown considerable reluctance to accepting refugee populations from destabilized zones. And as the world heats up, desperation will only increase as waves of refugees seek to remove themselves from what could well become a kind of global warming produced dead zone.
The Perdue research underscores a very real risk that we are now facing. It shows that the tropics did not self regulate temperature in a range conducive for life during the PETM. And these findings reinforce present temperature and soil moisture research trends placing human habitability and crop production under threat due to fossil fuel based warming this Century.
Global Warming Can Breach Limits for Life
Climate Impacts of the PETM
Peter Carter

Windstorm knocks out power to 1 million customers in Michigan

http://www.metro.us/news/windstorm-knoc ... NEx_HN4Fw/

(Reuters) - More than 1 million Michigan electric customers, including homes, schools and hospitals, were without power on Thursday after a windstorm caused the biggest outage in state history, utility companies said.
Wind gusts of more than 60 miles per hour (97 km per hour) on Wednesday toppled trees and downed more than 4,000 power lines across the state, which has a population of about 10 million people, Detroit-based DTE Energy Co said.
"This is a very unusual event ... the most significant weather event that we've had in DTE Energy's 100-year history," DTE Electric President and Chief Operating Officer Trevor Lauer said at a news conference trees and brought down power lines and poles overnight at an unprecedented rate, DTE said earlier in a statement.

http://www.inquisitr.com/4045515/yes-ja ... -be-fired/

Yes, James Comey Can Be Fired
The Inquisitr-
Can James Comey be fired? That is what people are wondering after the FBI director announced on Wednesday that he doesn't have any plans on retiring until ...

http://www.columbusceo.com/entertainmen ... ay-march-9

Daily Almanac for Thursday, March 9
Columbus CEO-
Ten years ago: Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and FBI Director Robert S. Mueller acknowledged the FBI had improperly used the USA Patriot Act to secretly ...

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/worl ... /98946128/
WikiLeaks will give tech firms access to CIA hacking tools: Assange
USA TODAY-6 hours ago
The FBI launched a criminal investigation into the release of the document cache, a U.S. official told USA TODAY this week. The official, who was not authorized ...

http://www.eonline.com/news/834940/didd ... te-on-case
Who Shot Ya?: Twenty years after the fact, the FBI still doesn't know ...
In an instance that public recprds people may either see as dysfunctional equality or appropriate retribution, the FBI, much like you or I would (if the LAPD would ...

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa ... n-n2294971

Pelosi: I Think The Press Helped Undermine The Election
Let's go down the checklist here. Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump because of misogyny, racism, sexism, the FBI, the Russians, and now the media. Seriously ...

http://www.cnsnews.com/blog/craig-banni ... -or-emails

Report: FBI Monitored Server in Trump Tower, But 'No Intercepts of ...
CNSNews.com (blog)-
“Sources tell Circa that FBI counter-intelligence officials briefly monitored a computer server in Trump Tower at the end of the election last October, but it was part ...

http://www.gillettenewsrecord.com/ap/na ... 6e77d.html

Border Patrol may loosen lie-detector hiring requirement
Gillette News Record-
FILE--In this June 22, 2016, file photo, a Border Patrol agent walks along a .... in hiring and recommended employees be periodically tested, as the FBI does.

http://www.metro.us/news/u-s-senate-lea ... b5q_mJuHA/
U.S. Senate leader McConnell says U.S. will raise debt ceiling

http://nypost.com/2017/03/08/hulking-ex ... -fbi-stop/

A former NYPD cop fatally shot himself in the head as FBI agents pulled him over to arrest him as part of a quadruple homicide and cocaine conspiracy, the New York Post reports.
Gerard Benderoth, 48, committed suicide on a quiet suburban road in Rockland County around 8:20 a.m. Wednesday.
Benderoth, nicknamed “White Rhino” from his days as a strongman competitor, was about to be arrested on a seal indictment in connection with a murder and drug conspiracy case.
“If this guy put a bullet in his head rather than go and talk to them, he must have been in deep,” a law enforcement source noted to The Post.

http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/trump-ad ... d=46004877

Trump Proposes Cuts to TSA, Secret Service, FEMA to Pay for Border Wall

Donald Trump, via Wikipedia
Donald Trump wants to free up money for his border wall by mulling cuts to the Coast Guard, TSA, Secret Service and FEMA.
The budget reductions would cut deeply into notable national security and emergency response initiatives, ABC News reports.
Under the proposal, the administration would cut $1.3 billion from the Coast Guard’s budget, which is a 14% reduction over last year.
TSA stands to lose more than $500 million, and FEMA would be cut by $370 million.

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Flynn pressed for Saylorsburg cleric's removal
Pocono Record-
Paperwork filed Tuesday with the Justice Department's Foreign Agent ... whether the Justice Department or FBI had contacted Flynn about his lobbying activities.

http://canadafreepress.com/article/priv ... fbis-comey

Privacy no longer a citizen right, according to FBI's Comey
Canada Free Press-
FBI head honcho James Comey behaves just as one might expect a 2013 ... did he address why he has rehired disgraced former MI3 agent Christopher Steele, ...
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http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nationa ... -1.2995182

An Alabama cop has been cleared of wrongdoing for shooting a man brandishing a wallet — which he mistook for a gun — as video of the nighttime incident has been released.

A federal appeals court held up a lower court’s decision that Opelika, Ala., police officer Phillip Hancock acted reasonably when he shot Air Force veteran Michael Davidson in

http://www.latimes.com/visuals/framewor ... t02a-11li3

Work by women photographers in Santa Monica exhibit bound by dedication to social justice

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/c ... -1.2995900

Calif. cop seen brutally beating man in video being investigated

Sunday, March 12, 2017, 2:50 PM

http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc ... -1.2996704

An NYPD sergeant who raped and sexually abused a 13-year-old girl scored a soft sentence Monday of only three years in prison — one year for each attack.

Vladimir Krull, a 12-year veteran of the department assigned to the Midtown North precinct, first kissed the teen on the mouth in September 2013, prosecutors said.

The victim was the daughter of Krull’s then-girlfriend.

Following a four-week trial in January a Bronx jury found Krull, 39, guilty of having sex with the victim twice — in her home and in his car.

NYPD sergeant guilty of rape, sexual abuse of 13-year-old girl
He was also convicted of making the victim perform a sex act on him in his car in June 2014 after a father-daughter breakfast for her 8th grade

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politic ... -1.2996708

A Texas state representative proposed a satirical anti-choice bill mimicking a 2011 law that ordered women to receive a sonogram while hearing “a detailed description of the fetus before getting an abortion," according to the Dallas News.

Hoping to shed light on the sensitive topic, Jessica Farrar (D-Houston) suggested men be required to pay fines for "unregulated masturbatory emissions.”

If the legislation passes, men would also be subject to a rectal examination in order to be prescribed Viagra or undergo vasectomy and colonoscopy procedures.


Alex Reveals FBI Agent Discovered at Center of Hutaree Militia Set Up ...
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As Predicted, FBI Agent Discovered at Center of Alleged Hutaree Conspiracy Kurt Nimmo March 31, 2010 On ...

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Just One More Thing: Why Did Michael Flynn Pay This Ex-FBI Guy $28 ...
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Excuse me, I know I've taken up a lot of your time with all the details about Michael Flynn retroactively registering as a foreign agent because he was a lobbyist ...

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GOOD RIDDANCE: James Comey Just Got The BOOT After ...
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- FBI director Commy has some explaining to do after a secret deal has come to light. The FBI made a secret agreement with alleged MI6 agent Christopher ...

Terror plots foiled by the FBI turn out to be planned, funded and ...
Check out the partial reprint below, which describes how FBI agents troll Facebook, looking for Islamic terror-sounding people, then they recruit them into
Terror plots foiled by the FBI turn out to be planned, funded and weaponized by the FBI itself
Posted on March 13, 2017 by US Marine Fighting Tyranny
Natural News – by Mike Adams
We’ve covered this story before, revealing how a seemingly rogue wing of the FBI appears to be involved in little more than foiling its own terror plots, then claiming credit for “stopping terrorists” in the USA.
As much as we appreciate the FBI efforts that are focused on halting actual criminal activity across the United States, the agency seems to have completely lost its marbles when it comes to pursuing domestic terrorism “plots.” See these related stories on Natural News for previous coverage:
From 2011: FBI ‘entrapment’ tactics questioned in web of phony terror plots and paid informants
From 2012: FBI nabs five mastermind geniuses after teaching them how to blow up a bridge in Cleveland

SOFREP: Special Forces News | Military Intelligence | Spec Ops
News Roundup: Should we care if the FBI is entrapping potential jihadis?


http://washingtonfeed.com/trey-gowdy-dr ... to-be.html
Trey Gowdy Drops James Comey Stunner That Has People Talking ...
- C., said FBI Director James Comey will not receive special treatment. ... He continued, “I have never heard a Federal law enforcement agent give, with that ...


Congressman Trey Gowdy workwd for the DOJ the parent Corporatiob of the FBI

FBI Octopus

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Advantest VOICE 2017 U.S. and China Keynote Speakers Announced
5 hours ago - Lineup Includes Dynamic Keynotes from Advantests Hans-Juergen Wagner, Former FBI Agent and Cyber Security Maven Chris Tarbell, and Dr. Peter Chen of ...

http://www.abc6.com/story/34756381/ted- ... g-director

Ted Theisen Joins Ankura Consulting as Senior Managing Director ...
www.abc6.com/story/.../ted-theisen-join ... ng-directo...
5 hours ago - Prior to his private sector work, he served as a special agent for the FBI where he investigated cyber-related matters, including computer intrusions, cyber ...

http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/ ... /99006208/

Editorial: ATF tobacco investigation scheme needs scrutiny
The Register's Editorial 4:32 p.m. CT March 12, 2017

It’s getting harder and harder to tell the good guys from the bad guys.
First there was the scandal involving federal agents who helped route guns to Mexican drug cartels. Then it was revealed that law enforcement officials nationwide have routinely abused forfeiture laws to seize the property of law-abiding citizens.
Now there are signs that agents from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives used highly questionable — arguably illegal – cigarette sales in order to fund a secret bank account used to pay informants.
And we’re not talking about a handful of rogue agents raising a few thousand dollars. The evidence points to tens of millions of dollars being raised by law enforcement officials through the same schemes used by the criminals they were supposed to be apprehending.
The operation, detailed in a recent report from the New York Times, wasn’t authorized by the Justice Department, the agency under which the ATF operates, and that appears to have been by design. It gave agents access to a bank account that, because it was off the books, wasn’t subject to the usual level of oversight.
The scheme itself was built on a complex series of transactions, some of which involved the sale and shipment of water and snacks disguised as cigarettes.
According to court records, one deal involved a pair of ATF informants, both of whom were supposedly working for the tobacco farmers’ cooperative, secretly buying cigarettes at $15 a carton and then selling them to the cooperative at the inflated price of $17.50 per carton, generating $519,000 in profit. That money was routed to the secret ATF bank account which was used to pay for tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of iPads, flat-screen televisions and other gifts doled out to potential targets of ATF investigations.
One of the most alarming aspects of this scheme is that it wasn’t disclosed by whistleblowers at the ATF or by the Justice Department’s internal watchdogs. It surfaced only because a collective of tobacco farmers became suspicious and filed a lawsuit alleging they had been cheated out of at least $24 million.
In fact, when the tobacco farmers first realized what was up, they didn’t just file a lawsuit, they reported their findings to the Justice Department, which chose not to file any charges.
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Link du Jour
http://www.occurrencesforeigndomestic.c ... nd-update/

Two FBI agents and the doctor murdered Dr King after spitting on
his body then smothering him to death with a pillow
depositions reveal

Martin Luther King was murdered when he arrived at the hospital..

FBI Director Comey investigating Trump/Russia since July 2016
No mention of this by Comey before the election.

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03/f ... ine-236258
Comey: FBI launched Trump-Russia probe in July
FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers Monday that his agency has been investigating possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russian ...

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa ... t-n2301360

Secret Service Agent Who Said She Won’t Take Bullet for Trump Removed from Post

Kathy O’Grady, the Secret Service special agent who said she would rather go to jail than take a bullet for President Trump, has been removed from her position.
O’Grady was the special agent in charge of the Secret Service’s Denver district. Now there’s a concern she will be transferred to another federal agency, Townhall.com reports.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nati ... /99365378/

Louisville mayor asks FBI to investigate child sex-abuse claims against police
USA Today Network Phillip M. Bailey and Andrew Wolfson, The (Louisville, Ky.) Courier-Journal Published 8:41 p.m. ET March 18, 2017 | Updated 8:42 p.m. ET March 18, 2017

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Louisville’s mayor announced that he has asked the FBI to investigate what he called “our worst nightmare,” the alleged sexual abuse of children in the police department’s Youth Explorer program.
Mayor Greg Fischer also said he had hired former U.S. Attorney Kerry Harvey to review an investigation conducted by Louisville Metro Police and determine whether “errors were made,” including by police Chief Steve Conrad.
“If there has been an injustice, it will be remedied,” Fischer said Friday.

http://archive.boston.com/news/nation/a ... sex_abuse/
FBI agent guilty of sex abuse
Was bureau's chief of internal affairs
By Associated Press | February 18, 2004
WASHINGTON -- The former chief internal watchdog at the FBI has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl and has admitted he had a history of molesting other children before he joined the bureau for what became a two-decade career.
John H. Conditt Jr., 53, who retired in 2001, was sentenced last week in Tarrant County Court in Fort Worth to 12 years in prison after he admitted he molested the daughter of two FBI agents after he retired. He acknowledged molesting at least two other girls before he began his law enforcement career, his lawyer said.


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Elizabethton High School students get to step in to officers' shoes ...
Presnell is a former FBI agent. He traded in his FBI badge seven years ago to give students a look inside the world of criminal justice. He said most of the ...

http://articles.latimes.com/1997-04-16/ ... laboratory
Frederick Whitehurst FBI Lab scandal Whitehurst Report ... - Unabomber
The FBI's Unabomber Cover-up began long before the Whitehurst Report ever exposed the FBI Lab Scandal and it goes much deeper. Evidence Planting ...

Discovery UK Picks Up Unabomber Drama 'Manhunt'
It follows FBI agent Jim “Fitz” Fitzgerald and explores how he deployed a radical approach to intelligence gathering to take down the so-called Unabomber.

http://www.chelsearecord.com/2017/03/17 ... -students/

Return to Base:FBI Agent Mojica Gives Inspiring Talk to CHS Students
Chelsea Record-Mar 17, 2017
FBI assistant special agent-in-charge Carlos Mojica (second from right) was a guest speaker at Chelsea High School where he talked to ...

F.B.I. Is Accused of Intimidation By Attorneys for Hispanic Agents ...
www.nytimes.com/.../fbi-is-accused-of-i ... gents.ht...
Aug 27, 1988 - The plaintiffs' attorneys, Hugo Rodriguez and Antonio Silva, said the ... state that the first rule of the F.B.I. is, 'Don't embarrass the bureau.
Hispanic Agents Maintain Bias Persists in F.B.I. - NYTimes.com
www.nytimes.com/1990/03/16/us/hispanic- ... n-fbi.html
Mar 16, 1990 - F.B.I. Denies Any Retaliation The F.B.I. denies that there has been retaliation ... Antonio V. Silva, an El Paso lawyer who has represented all the ...

http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2017/03/20/fbi- ... ice-trial/

FBI Agent & Prosecutor Anger Judge In Price Trial
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The judge Monday in Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price's federal corruption trial angrily lashed out at ...

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nati ... story.html

Kellyanne Conway’s Husband Poised to Land a Top DOJ Job

Kellyanne Conway

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway’s husband is expected to be nominated to lead the Justice Department civil division, a position that will enable him to defend President Trump’s executive order on immigration.
White House officials are poised to make the announcement of the nomination of George Conway, a New York lawyer, in the next few days, people familiar with the matter told the Chicago Tribune.

http://ftw.usatoday.com/2017/03/donald- ... phor-video

FBI's James Comey used bizarre Patriots metaphor to explain ...
For The Win-
If you made a bet on sports somehow making its way into Monday's House Intelligence Committee hearings with FBI director James Comey, you probably would ...

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FBI agents Blackmailing the President Congress - Part 1 - YouTube
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May 28, 2007 - Uploaded by 10Garmonbozia01
Blackmailing the President - Part 1 ... Further comments by G.Gordon Liddy, Walter Mondale regarding the ...

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/09/02 ... u-to-know/

35 Things the Ruling Cabal Does Not Want You to Know | Veterans ...
www.veteranstoday.com/.../35-things-the ... u-to-know/
Sep 2, 2013 - YouTube - Veterans Today - .... The FBI is basically a cover-up mechanism for the Ruling Cabal, also ..... night “not to worry” FBI visits, like those mention in G. Gordon Liddy's book, ... zio manipulations and blackmail, it means that Zionism is actually in its final death throes and will take down the NWO with it.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nationa ... -1.1203108

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... elley.html
FBI agent Fred Humphries,friend of Florida housewife at center of Petreaus scandal who sent topless pictures to her ‘went rogue’ after being told to 'stay the hell away'

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z4btyOt5KP
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http://www.examiner-enterprise.com/news ... ing-claims

NUDE PHOTOS SCANDAL: FBI, military investigate cyber bullying ...
Examiner Enterprise-
NUDE PHOTOS SCANDAL: FBI, military investigate cyber bullying claims ... from all military branches, FBI agents and state prosecutors, officials said Friday

http://canadafreepress.com/article/some ... r-but-dont

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