Let’s talk dirty in Hawaiian

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Re: Let’s talk dirty in Hawaiian

Postby fruhmenschen » Wed Apr 26, 2023 10:34 pm

five days after he crosses the red line by acknowledging that the TV networks pushed a deadly and ineffective vaccine to please their Pharma advertisers. Tucker Carlson’s breathtakingly courageous April 19 monologue broke TV’s two biggest rules: Tucker told the truth about how greedy Pharma advertisers controlled TV news content and he lambasted obsequious newscasters for promoting jabs they knew to be lethal and worthless. For many years, Tucker has had the nation's biggest audience averaging 3.5 million — 10 times the size of CNN. Fox just demonstrated the terrifying power of Big Pharma."

https://merylnass.substack.com/p/a-good ... dium=email
A good deed was maliciously twisted, and a lot of angry people piled on.
A substack with only one post, allegedly written by a Latina refugee, gets a lot of attention though it makes no sense.
APR 24,2023
The post was allegedly made by an “equal opportunity offender, unapologetic Latina refugee in USA" who goes by Vilma. Okay. Vilma has appeared for the first time, yet somehow she did a very deep dive back to 2011, and surfaced with a transcript of an advisory committee meeting that Robert Malone, I and Vera Sharav all called into.
Do you really think some refugee from nowhere is going to draw attention to themselves with a flaming post like this? Do you further believe that anyone but an intelligence professional was able to search the government’s databases and come up with the transcript of a meeting that happened to involve Robert Malone and me? In fact, the author states the transcript has been “authenticated by a USG employee.”
This is yet one more op intended to discredit Robert Malone, and now the same people are going after Ryan Cole. The game is divide and conquer, using people’s anger and frustration. And a lot of people are enjoying it, which is sad.

A homeless teen meets a deaf-blind man who changes his life forever.

https://merylnass.substack.com/p/hot-fo ... dium=email
HOT: Former Intel Officials Received Biden Administration Jobs After Signing Hunter Laptop Letter--Etienne de la Boetie and Eric Lendrum
Jeremy Bash, a former chief of staff for the CIA, was the one who put Morrell in touch with Biden’s campaign chairman Steve Richetti
APR 24, 2023

https://covertactionmagazine.com/2023/0 ... its-after/
LETTER FROM READER – Re: Secret COINTELPRO Plot to Infiltrate and Destroy the American Indian Movement: “We Wanted Them to Kill Each Other”—FBI Agent Admits After 5 Decades of Silence
By Ron Ridenour - April 23, 2023

https://ticklethewire.com/fbi-gets-lead ... ld-office/
FBI Gets Leader of Counterintelligence and Cyber Division at L.A. Field Office
By Steve Neavling

https://covertactionmagazine.com/2023/0 ... -st-louis/
Is This Man a Russian Agent Operating in the Black Community of St. Louis?
By Jeremy Kuzmarov - April 24, 2023

https://equalityalec.substack.com/p/rea ... dium=email

"Real public safety problems"
Someone said the quiet part out loud
APR 23, 2023
Alec’s Copaganda Newsletter

https://www.bangordailynews.com/2023/04 ... ter-probe/
Lewiston police investigate a resident’s encounter with officer
Refers case to Maine Attorney General who currently is under investigation
and who has sided with every deadly force killing by Maine police officers.
Maine keeps ruling police shootings as justified. Experts point to one needed reform.
Kyle Stucker
https://www.wmtw.com/article/maine-atto ... d/43517398
Maine GOP call for action against A.G. after improper relationship revealed
Aaron Frey says it was an "error in judgment" to not disclose the relationship sooner
Apr 6, 2023
by Emily Bader, The Maine Monitor
April 25,2023

https://merylnass.substack.com/p/more-o ... dium=email
More on the mini-vaccine factories BioNTech is sending to Africa. The first one arrived in Rwanda last month.
While it is way to early to say much about it, I think this is a disaster in the making. Too much can go wrong. It reeks of exploitation.
APR 24, 2023

https://thehill.com/policy/national-sec ... -official/
Jordan subpoenas FBI human resources official
House Judiciary Chair Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) subpoenaed a top human resources official at the FBI late Monday, compelling testimony from Jennifer Leigh Moore hours after she appeared for a voluntary interview with the panel.

https://www.politico.com/news/2023/04/2 ... t-00093323
House GOP warns FBI to stay out of controversial surveillance talks
The bureau is at the heart of a fight over a controversial surveillance program. But its toxic relationship with the House GOP means it has to stay far away from reauthorization talks.
“We're pulling together all of our partners that are necessary to find a clear path for reauthorization that also satisfies the real need for reform,” House Intelligence Chair Mike Turner said. | Carolyn Kaster/AP Photo
The FBI is getting warned to stay away from Congress’ fight over renewing a controversial surveillance program — even by its allies on the Hill.
A portion of surveillance law that’s meant to ease the monitoring of foreign targets, but also gives the intelligence community the power to inadvertently collect the communications of Americans, is set to expire at the end of the year if lawmakers don’t act. While both FBI and Justice Department leadership typically make a personal pitch to Congress for an extension of the program known as Section 702, the deepening

https://insideinvestigator.org/fbi-arra ... lawmakers/
FBI arranged meeting with Capitol Police over threats to lawmakers
by Marc E. Fitch April 24, 2023
The Federal Bureau of Investigation arranged for a meeting with officers from Connecticut’s State Capitol Police (SCP) at the FBI’s Meriden office over SCP’s concerns about an increase in email and online threats and harassment of state lawmakers, according to emails received through a Freedom of Information request.
Heidi Minns of the FBI emailed Capitol Police Sargent Timothy Boyle on November 3, 2022, following a bi-weekly call held by the Connecticut Intelligence Center (CTIC), which facilitates “the receipt, analysis, and dissemination of criminal, terrorism, and cybersecurity related information and intelligence in collaboration with partner agencies to help identify, respond, prevent and mitigate unlawful activity,” according to the center’s mission statement.
The FBI is part of that intelligence center, along with the Department of Homeland Security, National Guard, Connecticut State Police and others. The center was created in response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.

https://www.floridabulldog.org/2023/04/ ... ic-spying/
FBI agents accuse top CIA, FBI officials of 9/11 coverup; CIA said to use Saudis, others for illegal domestic spy operations
By Dan Christensen, FloridaBulldog.org

https://www.amazon.com/How-Cover-Ups-Mu ... 0932438806
How DOJ Cover-Ups of FBI Murders Enabled 9/11 Attacks
August 22, 2012
by Mr. Rodney Stich
This is a highly explosive documented description of how Department of Justice personnel received advance notice of several major and deadly al Qaeda attacks from a Mafia mole inside the al Qaeda organization and then deep-sixth the information to protect a key FBI supervisor involved in a series of murders and a New York City Mafia capo known as "the killing machine." Possibly the worst combination high-level corruption and catastrophic consequences in the nation's history.

https://www.wtsp.com/article/news/inves ... -300262500
10 Investigates allegations of FBI 9/11 coverup
Thirteen years after the 9/11 attacks, we are now learning of allegations of a major FBI cover-up that connects Sarasota and the 9/11 hijackers to the Saudi Arabian government.

https://www.heraldtribune.com/story/new ... 730144007/
Did FBI Director Mueller mislead the public about 9/11?
Chris Andersonchris.anderson

Here is a documentary I helped shoot and produce
with my mentor Danny Schecter
9/11: Press For Truth

FBI agent Lindley DeVecchio indicted for role in mob killings
A FBI agent with an impeccable reputation was indicted Thursday on murder charges for allegedly providing tips to a mob figure who then ordering the killings.

https://www.villagevoice.com/2007/10/23 ... -mistress/
Tall Tales of a Mafia Mistress
Linda Schiro, the key prosecution witness in the startling murder trial of FBI agent R. Lindley DeVecchio, took the stand Monday, and it was hard not to find her deadly story convincing.

https://www.villagevoice.com/2007/11/02 ... co-murder/
The Schiro Tapes: The Patrick Porco Murder

https://gothamist.com/news/prosecutors- ... -fbi-agent
Prosecutors Drop Murder Case Against FBI Agent DeVecchio
By Jen Chung

https://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/fbi-vi ... ommunities
Supporting Victims in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
Five FBI victim specialists reflect on their work

https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm ... story.html
Wounded Knee Murder Mystery Reopens : Native Americans: Death of activist has remained unsolved since her corpse was found 19 years ago. Some believe she was killed by the FBI. Others suspect she was a government informant.
Her frozen body was found in February, 1976. FBI agents ordered her hands cut off and sent to Washington, D.C., for identification.
The FBI doctor who conducted the first autopsy, W. O. Brown, ruled she had died of exposure. A second autopsy showed she had been shot execution-style in the back of the head with a .38-caliber gun; Brown said he “inadvertently overlooked” the bullet wound.
Aquash later became a close associate of such leaders as group co-founder Dennis Banks, but disappeared two years later after two FBI agents were killed in June, 1975, in a shootout with AIM members.
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Re: Let’s talk dirty in Hawaiian

Postby fruhmenschen » Sat May 06, 2023 1:54 pm

Oh SH*T It Begins, THIS IS WW3! with Clayton Morris

https://jacobin.com/2023/05/cia-fbi-911 ... bush-media
Mainstream Media Doesn’t Care That the CIA May Have Helped Cause 9/11
In an obscure court filing, dozens of former FBI agents and others allege that an illegal CIA operation on US soil accidentally facilitated the 9/11 attacks. It should be a bombshell — if only anyone in the establishment would notice

Kill the Messenger

GNN Report: CIA and drugs

https://theintercept.com/2014/09/25/man ... gary-webb/

How the CIA Watched Over the Destruction of Gary Webb
Sep 25, 2014 — Eighteen years after it was published, “Dark Alliance,” the San Jose Mercury News's bombshell investigation into links between the cocaine ...

Barry Seal and The Boys The CIA The Mob and Americas Secret History by Daniel Hopsicker

Gary Webb: In His Own Words (2002) | CIA Cocaine Dark Alliance

https://www.wmur.com/article/new-hampsh ... /43806103#
FBI agent Mike Rogers shares with New Hampshire voters how his experience with FBI would help with addiction crisis
Conversation with the Candidate

The Science of Spying (1965) | Cold War TV Documentary

Secret Sex Parties of the Mega-Rich | Informer

https://covertactionmagazine.com/2023/0 ... to-rwanda/
Will the Death of Yet Another Opponent of Rwandan Strongman Paul Kagame Prompt a Suspension of U.S. Foreign Aid to Rwanda?
By Jeremy Kuzmarov - May 4, 2023

https://reason.com/2023/05/05/the-fbis- ... -campaign/
The FBI's Anti-Encryption Campaign
The loss of public key encryption service providers would make us all more vulnerable, both physically and financially.

https://washingtontechnology.com/contra ... ts/386022/
FBI to rethink BPA program following protests

https://www.foxnews.com/us/former-phila ... r-old-girl
Fox News
Philadelphia cops who opened fired at wrong car plead guilty in death of 8-year-old girlSeveral cops in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty in the death of a young Black girl after they opened fire at a car they...

https://www.vice.com/en/article/7kxbdz/ ... -in-canada
Man Arrested After Opening Heroin, Cocaine, and Meth Store in Canada
Jerry Martin says he opened The Drugs Store to give people access to a safe supply of fentanyl-free drugs.
By Manisha Krishnan
May 4, 2023

https://www.bangordailynews.com/2023/05 ... oasq1i29i/

Oxford County sheriff investigated after asking his deputy to go easy on a case
by Erin Rhoda

https://www.bangordailynews.com/2023/05 ... oam40zk0w/

Bipartisan effort to end controversial Maine intelligence unit faces state pushback

AUGUSTA, Maine — A renewed effort to shut down a controversial Maine State Police intelligence unit has bipartisan support from two top lawmakers but is running into familiar opposition from Gov. Janet Mills’ administration and police agencies.
A prior attempt to abolish the Maine Information and Analysis Center, which was the subject of a whistleblower lawsuit and scrutinized after hundreds of its documents were leaked online, passed the House in 2021 before failing in the Senate by a wide margin.


https://www.fbi.gov/how-we-can-help-you ... mer-koheil
May 5, 2023
FBI Boston Presents 2022 Director’s Community Leadership Award to Tamer Koheil
On May 5, FBI Director Christopher Wray and FBI Boston Division Special Agent in Charge Joseph R. Bonavolonta presented Tamer Koheil, of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, with the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award (DCLA) in recognition of his service to the people of Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
The award was established in 1990 to honor individuals and organizations for their efforts in engaging the community in the areas of education and crime prevention. Every year, the Boston Division of the FBI can select an individual or organization that has gone above and beyond the call to service by making extraordinary contributions to their communities and a significant difference in the lives of others.
Director Wray hosted the 2022 DCLA winners in a special ceremony at FBI Headquarters today, emphasizing the importance of partnerships in keeping our shared communities safe. These partnerships—as exemplified by the breadth of the work by the DCLA recipients—have led to a host of crime prevention programs that protect the most vulnerable in our communities, educate families and businesses about cyber threats, and work to reduce violent crime in our neighborhoods.
FBI Boston honoree Tamer Koheil received a 2022 Director's Community Leadership Award (DCLA).
During the May 5 ceremony, Director Wray told the recipients: "Like the 38,000 Secret Police employees of the FBI, you don’t do what you do for fame—and certainly not for fortune. You do it out of kindness, out of compassion for others, out of a hope and a dream for safer communities ... to leave your towns and cities better places than when you got there.  And

https://www.nytimes.com/1975/03/09/arch ... icism.html
FBI agent Says F.B.I. Harassed Dr. King to Stop His Criticism
By Nicholas M. Horrock Special to The New York Times
WASHINGTON, March 8 —The Federal Bureau of Investigation mailed what some agents considered an “unsavory” tape recording made from an electronic room bug to Coretta King to frighten her husband, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., into halting his criticism of the bureau, according to a former high official of the agency.
The mailing of the tape recording to Mrs. King was part of nearly a decade of “harassment” of the late civil rights leader by the bureau, several former agents and officials say.
One retired agent, Arthur Murtagh, who was attached to the F.B.I.'s Atlanta field office, said the moves against Dr. King were second in size “only to the way they went after Jimmy Hoffa.”
Yet there was never a criminal prosecution of Dr. King and, these former F.B.I. men say, there was a “dubious” national security rationale for what they said were thousands of hours of electronic and physical surveillance. These sources believe that the alleged harassment of Dr. King should be investigated by the Congressional committees on intelligence. Several have written to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
Violation of Regulations
The sending to a private citizen of a tape recording obtained by a national security electronic surveillance is a violation of F.B.I. regulations and was a potential violation of the Federal Communications Act and the Federal Criminal Code.
The surveillance of Dr. King was briefly noted last year in a report by William B. Saxbe, then the Attorney General

https://archive.org/details/nsia-FBIMur ... thur%2008/
FBI agent links FBI to assassinations of President Kennedy and Martin
Luther King

Tinubu: FBI declines black Jeffrey Guterman’s request for release of file, gives reason
Published on May 6, 2023
By Francis Ugwu
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Re: Let’s talk dirty in Hawaiian

Postby fruhmenschen » Tue Sep 12, 2023 2:51 pm

https://indianapublicmedia.org/news/ham ... -calls.php
A police union leader said Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton's proposal to have civilian employees of the police department respond to some 911 calls will put people at risk and amounts to a “defunding of police.”2

https://www.chronogram.com/river-newsro ... m-18194624

April 07, 2021
How the Poughkeepsie Police Union Tried to Defeat Reform
A monthslong dispute between the Common Council and the police department’s labor union spilled out into the public, revealing the tactics cop associations use to bully politicians.
By Tiana Headley

https://www.koat.com/article/new-mexico ... /44968126#
New Mexico state police officer charged with forcing 1-year-old into sex acts
Prosecutors say he was also using "his authority" to stalk women
Aug 31, 2023

https://merylnass.substack.com/p/the-wh ... dium=email
The WHO message is reverberating. The AP is running a hit piece on me by a reporter who has not and did not intend to read the WHO documents.
The many overlapping tweets of me at the European Parliament in May have gotten over 5 million views, leading the AP hitwoman to misquote me twice in her first sentence when we spoke just now.
AUG 31, 2023
She had her story and she sounded like she was sticking to it, despite my attempt to school her on the proposed Treaty and Amendments. She denied they were both binding. Hello? WHO told her so, it seems. Maybe she ought to read them? Feel free to tell her if she gets the story right. Or wrong.


Daniel Hopsicker
Investigating State-Sponsored Crime
I was so lucky to meet him in person and become his friend. After I read Barry and the Boys, I just had to meet that author. His work made me realize that what I had experienced as a Federal Agent was really, really true: our government IS and HAS BEEN the major source of cocaine and heroin, with all the war, murder and mayhem that goes with it.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/ ... er-an-hour
Swedish cities hit by four residential explosions in an hour
No one reported injured in blasts which came as country struggles to rein in gang-related violence
Agence France-Presse in Stockholm
Thu 31 Aug 2023

https://www.theguardian.com/environment ... red-animal
US government is funding kills of endangered animals, activists say
June hunt in Alaska that killed 99 bears and five wolves prompts activists to renew their call for crackdown on ‘rogue states’
Tom Perkins
Thu 31 Aug 2023

https://abc13.com/hpd-officers-charged- ... /13531305/
ABC13 speaks to legal expert after 2 HPD officers allegedly commit separate crimes on same day
ByShannon Ryan
Friday, July 21, 2023

https://www.instructables.com/How-to-li ... y-figures/
How to Lie to Authority Figures
By m1k3y in LivingLife Hacks

https://truthout.org/articles/when-poli ... tect-them/
When Police Killed a Trans Woman, Small Town Officials Scrambled to Protect Them
Since the killing, officials have publicly celebrated the police and tried to stop circulation of a watchdog newspaper.
By Kevin Revier , TRUTHOUT
August 30, 2023

https://covertactionmagazine.com/2023/0 ... n-mandela/
CIA Still Refuses to Declassify Documents Exposing Its Responsibility for the Betrayal, Arrest and 27-Year Imprisonment of Nelson Mandela
By Jeremy Kuzmarov - August 31, 2023

https://www.nbcboston.com/news/local/fo ... 20officers.
Mass. sheriff's deputy threatened to burn down court house, kill security, feds say
Joshua Ford, formerly a deputy with the Middlesex County Sheriff's Office, is facing federal charges after allegedly threatening to burn down the Plymouth County Courthouse and kill court security officers
By Mike Pescaro • Published August 30, 2023

https://www.kennedy24.com/biden_adminis ... protection
Biden Administration Denies RFK, Jr. Secret Service Protection
July 28, 2023 Team Kennedy

https://covertactionmagazine.com/2023/0 ... rld-order/
CovertAction Bulletin: Will BRICS Break the U.S. World Order?
By Rachel Hu and Chris Garaffa - August 30, 2023

RFK, Jr. Names The Names Responsible for the Death Of JFK…

https://forensicresources.org/wp-conten ... ed2010.pdf
Who is FBI Lab Whistleblower Frederick Whitehurst ?

‘Everything’s OK’: Prigozhin talks assassination attempts in newly released video fueling rumors he’s alive
By Snejana Farberov
August 31, 2023

https://www.techdirt.com/2023/08/30/sta ... ensorship/

https://www.techdirt.com/2023/08/30/sta ... ensorship/
State Governments Can’t Resist The Siren Song Of Censorship
from the that-hasn't-worked-in-over-a-century dept
Wed, Aug 30th 2023 12:50pm - Paul Taske
The states have gone rogue. In the last year alone, at least nine states enacted internet censorship laws. And more legislators are promising to take up the cause. But these laws are directly at odds with the First Amendment’s command that the government shall not abridge the freedom of Undeterred, states passed laws restricting who can access social media, erecting barriers for how to access social media, and even restricting what speech can be displayed. 
The states have defended these unconstitutional laws by claiming

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2023/08/31/ ... an-t-stop/

Former MBTA Transit police officer arrested on federal charge of falsifying report on officer’s assault on man at T stop
A former MBTA Transit Police sergeant was arrested Thursday on federal charges alleging he falsified an incident report in 2018 regarding an officer’s assault of a man at the Ashmont T stop, according to Acting US Attorney Joshua S. Levy’s office.

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyl ... fits-sleep
You snooze, you muse: how to nap like a genius
Backed by science and endorsed by luminaries, the daytime nap has many benefits. Good timing means the difference between inspiration, energy or full sleep inertia
Doosie Morris
Thu 31 Aug 2023

https://www.commondreams.org/opinion/br ... onoculture
Brazil’s Eucalyptus Monoculture Threatens Biodiversity and Indigenous Rights
With the specter of eucalyptus trees engineered for pesticide resistance and the Biden administration’s embrace of false solutions to climate change, the balance is being further tipped in favor of the pulp and paper industry.
Aug 31, 2023
Common Dreams

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/202 ... hel-swarns
‘It stops you cold’: the 272 enslaved people sold to fund Georgetown
The descendants of Ann Joice, separated as part of the sale, are at the center of a vital new work of history and journalism
Oliver Laughland in New Orleans

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/justic ... rcna102607
Capitol rioter who bragged he 'took the White House' charged with lying to the FBI
While countless Jan. 6 attack defendants have been accused of lying to the FBI, William Beals is one of only a handful to formally face a felony charge.

https://www.nytimes.com/2023/03/24/us/p ... that%20day.
In Proud Boys Jan. 6 Sedition Trial, F.B.I. Informants Abound
The most recent informant to emerge from the trial is a Texas-based activist who became uncommonly close to some of the defendants, their lawyers and relatives.

https://www.techdirt.com/2023/08/30/pus ... -momentum/
Thu 31 Aug 2023
Push To Strip Fox’s Broadcast License Over Election Lies Gains New Momentum
from the hey-at-least-we're-trying-something dept
Wed, Aug 30th 2023 03:30pm - Karl Bode
Last July, we noted how media reform activists had petitioned the FCC to revoke Fox News’ local broadcast license in Philadelphia. More specifically, the group argued that Fox News’ rampant election fraud propaganda technically violated the “character clause” embedded in the Communications Act the FCC is supposed to use to determine whether an organization should hold a broadcast license.
To be clear, a single Fox broadcast affiliate losing its license to broadcast in Philly wouldn’t have much of an impact on Fox’s ongoing efforts to spew GOP propaganda nationwide.
But, if successful, it might be replicable in other markets. Even if not, it serves a useful function in terms of activism and gaining media exposure for the need for some flavor of regulatory reform (like restoring popular, bipartisan media consolidation limits stripped away by the Trump FCC, media antitrust reform, or having the FCC actually use its authority to ensure economic and racial diversity ownership in media).
I remain unconvinced that the current Rosenworcel FCC has the political backbone to follow through on such a request. But interestingly enough, the FCC last week took the

https://www.app.com/story/news/local/we ... 730153007/
Manalapan cop charged with stalking teenage girl, illegally detaining her in handcuffs
Erik Larsen
Asbury Park Press

https://nypost.com/2023/08/31/sexting-n ... monastery/
Sexting nun faces possible excommunication by refusing Vatican orders, forcing monastery to close
By MaryAnn Martinez
August 31, 2023

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... eview.html
Nevada tribal cop who pulled gun on climate activists blocking road into Burning Man is 'under review'

https://www.rlsmedia.com/article/manala ... avior-teen
Manalapan Cop Charged with Illegal Behavior With Teen
August 31, 2023

https://abc13.com/hpd-officer-investiga ... /13722557/
Police officer accused of public exposure admitted to acts 'in hopes women say it's nice': Records
ByMycah Hatfield
Thursday, August 31, 2023


https://www.latrobebulletinnews.com/new ... 5e678.html
The Latrobe Bulletin
Coin Wars fundraiser benefits Shop With A CopChildren in Westmoreland County who will participate in the Shop With A

https://www.cfr.org/blog/theres-cop-my- ... ce-default
There’s A Cop In My Pocket: Policymakers Need to Stop Advocating Surveillance by Default.
Encryption, cybersecurity, and technology policies, like the RESTRICT and EARN-IT Acts, with nonexistent tradeoffs address symptoms, not problems, and they do it badly.  
People gather at a small rally in support of Apple's refusal to help the FBI access the cell phone of a gunman involved in the killings of 14 people in San Bernardino, California on December 2, 2015 Lucy Nicholson/Reuters
Blog Post by Tarah Wheeler and Geoffrey Cain
August 28, 2023

https://abc13.com/police-officer-termin ... /13537565/
Police officer terminated, allegedly stole from man he arrested in College Station, officials say
Tuesday, July 25, 2023

https://fox59.com/news/fort-wayne-polic ... crosswalk/
Fort Wayne police sergeant fined $35.50 for fatally striking pedestrian in crosswalk
Aug 31, 2023
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Re: Let’s talk dirty in Hawaiian

Postby fruhmenschen » Wed Feb 07, 2024 11:41 pm

Truth is the daughter of time, not of authority’ (Francis Bacon).

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/worl ... 79602.html
Two women tried to expose Jeffrey Epstein three decades ago. Why didn’t the FBI stop him?
Maria Farmer contacted the FBI in 1996 after she and her little sister were molested by Epstein. While the recent unsealing of documents provided some clarity regarding the extent of his criminal enterprise, federal authorities have failed to answer why it took so long to prosecute the disgraced financier. Andrea Blanco reports
January 28,2024

https://www.dirkgibson.org/bookstore/th ... gar-hoover
In His Own Words: How J. Edgar Hoover Directed the FBI Through Marginalia

Legislation Aims To Throw Cops In Prison For Failing To Turn On Camera
The Proposed Legislation Carries A 15 Year Prison Sentence

https://local12.com/news/nation-world/2 ... ial-victim
2-year-old girl dies at home of former cop accused of child rape
by CNN Newsource/WCVBSat, January 27th 2024

https://atlantablackstar.com/2024/01/27 ... ng-arrest/
‘You Want Next, Dude?’: Las Vegas School Cop Turns on 14-Year-Old Recording Arrest, Pins Knee on the Black Student
By Yasmeen Freightman | Published on: January 27, 2024

https://twitter.com/AlArabiya_Eng/statu ... gr%5Etweet
Former #US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that she thinks some protests in the United States demanding a ceasefire in #Gaza could be linked to #Russia, and that the FBI should conduct a probe into their funding.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/a ... 1197900035
A quantitative description of FBI public relations
Author links open overlay panel
Dirk C. Gibson


https://twistedsifter.com/2024/01/you-o ... ou-put-it/
January 28, 2024 at 1:53 pm
You Only Have 20 Minutes To Hide A Paper Clip From The FBI. Where Would You Put It?
by Laura Lynott

Millionaire Murder | TRIPLE EPISODE | The FBI Files

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national ... ball-game/
Shooting hoops, changing perceptions: D.C. students face off vs. FBI
A long-time-in-the-making game was part of FBI officials’ efforts to build relationships with local communities — and recruit students to one day work at the the agency
By Perry Stein
January 28, 2024

https://www.dirkgibson.org/bookstore/ja ... er-letters
Jack the Ripper Letters

Kaspersky identified 411,000 malware programs a day in 2023
Software publisher’s latest report indicates boom in backdoors and malware hidden in PDF and Office documents.

https://usaherald.com/unauthorized-sear ... ral-court/
Unauthorized Search of Safe Deposit Boxes by FBI Ruled Unconstitutional by Federal Court
By Jackie Allen -
January 28, 2024

https://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-ne ... to-testify
Ottawa cop accused of stealing $50K and planting gun forced to testify
Det. Kirk Gidley said testifying would be really bad for his mental health and that scrutiny in the press was a trigger for anxiety.
Author of the article:
Gary Dimmock
Published Jan 26, 2024  

https://www.nj.com/monmouth/2024/01/nj- ... iform.html
N.J. cop accused of ‘skip-scanning’ shoplifting while in uniform
Jan. 26, 2024

https://www.greatandhra.com/politics/te ... son-135304
Telangana cop detained for shielding ex-MLA's son
By IANS On January 28 , 2024

https://www.hindustantimes.com/cities/b ... 71475.html
Cop suspended after man, slapped by him, dies by suicide
HT Corresponden

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scot ... r-31982952
Scots cop faces sex attack investigation after charges dropped by court
Prosecutors announced they had dropped a court case against Furhan Iqbal - but the suspended constable still needs to face his bosses.
ByHannah RodgerSunday Mail chief reporter
28 JAN 2024

https://theintercept.com/2024/01/27/ill ... rael-gaza/
Rep. Bill Foster and Qasim Rashid are on opposite sides of the Gaza ceasefire push — with AIPAC expected to get into the action.
Akela Lacy
January 27 2024

https://propertyofthepeople.org/documen ... id=4494567
CIA Release on Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
344 Pages | Tue, 05 Jun 2018 | Source : Property of the People with Jason Leopold
CIA release pertaining to CIA's investigations into and spying on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Contains CIA and Senate memoranda and correspondence

https://www.techdirt.com/2024/01/26/cal ... fantasies/
California DA’s Office Used A Made-Up Story About A Dead Kid To Pitch Its Fentanyl Fantasies
from the no-level-to-which-they-won't-stoop dept
Fri, Jan 26th 2024 10:50am - Tim Cushing
There’s not much that’s more inadvertently hilarious than the efforts of law enforcement officials to convince the general public that simply being in the immediate area of fentanyl could result in instant death.
That’s not how drugs work. Drugs need to be ingested. While some drugs can obviously be absorbed through the skin, it takes a lot more than just touching (alleged) fentanyl to result in the loss of life, much less a trip to the ER.
But cops at all levels continu

https://whowhatwhy.org/science/environm ... rneys-say/

New Shell Files Could Aid Climate Cases, Attorneys Say
The latest documents unearthed by a Dutch climate activist are seen as “valuable sources” for litigators.
Newly-discovered Shell documents dating back decades could help strengthen lawsuits aiming to hold the oil major to account for climate damages, climate attorneys say.
Among the files, reported for the first time today by DeSmog and Follow The Money, and published on Climate Files, there is a 1970 industry journal article where Shell appears to accept responsibility for harms caused by its products. A trove of Shell publications from the 1980s and 1990s foresee the “major adverse changes” the “greenhouse effect” is liable to cause to the climate. 
And a 1998 report spells out Shell’s reasons for leaving the Global Climate Coalition, a now defunct lobby group that worked to undermine climate science. The document shows that Shell had acknowledged the need to adopt  “prudent precautionar

https://piersrobinson.substack.com/p/up ... dium=email
Updates: Research Director role and New Research Agenda at the International Center for 9/11 Justice plus interview with UK Column regarding the OPCW/Douma Controversy
JAN 28, 2024

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https://nypost.com/2024/01/28/news/5-ar ... ar-effort/
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https://www.grassley.senate.gov/news/ne ... round-zero
No Accountability At The FBI !
FBI agent Stole Crystal Ball From 911 Ground Zero

https://www.judiciary.senate.gov/imo/me ... _06_02.pdf
Ms. Coleen Rowley
June 6, 2002
Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee:
Thank you for allowing me this opportunity. I never anticipated that my letter to Director Mueller would have this kind of impact. The letter was not the result of any lengthy planning or preparation but was written from the heart over the course of a fairly sleepless three day period after being notified that I was to be interviewed by the "Special Staff' of the 9/11 Joint Intelligence Committee. An additional impetus was the fact that I knew the FBI's plans for a so- called "Super Squad" were on the verge of being implemented.
As you may know, my acceptance of Senator Leahy's invitation to address your committee was conditioned upon FBI (Bureau) approval and the caveat that I cannot speak on any of the events of September 11th nor on the inquiry commenced by the Department of Justice's Office of Inspector General. Public discussion of those topics could have adverse affects upon the Moussaoui prosecution as well as adverse national security implications and is properly before the (closed) Joint Intelligence Committee. I am only here to comment generally on some of the problems endemic to the FBI Bureaucracy and to the federal law enforcement! national security process as a whole. I do not presume to speak for all FBI agents, however, in the past week I have noticed some common themes in the numerous c-mails, letters and telephone calls I have received from FBI agent and support employee ranks. A fair number of retired FBI leaders have also acknowledged the tnuh of some of the criticisms expressed in my letter.
I will therefore strive to briefly describe some of these bigger problems as well as some possible solutions. They are as follows:
I. (Ever)growing bureaucracy
At least three negative aspects to the FBI's ever growing bureaucracy can be identified: a) Careerism/ risk aversion
I've heard there is a saying at FBI Headquarters, "Big cases, big problems; litt

https://www.whistleblowers.org/whistleb ... en-rowley/
Coleen Rowley
Coleen Rowley brought several of the pre 9/11 lapses to light and testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee on some of the endemic problems facing the FBI and the intelligence community.
In 1990, Ms. Rowley was transferred to the FBI office in Minneapolis where she assumed the duties of Chief Division Counsel, which entailed oversight of the Freedom of Information, Forfeiture, Victim-Witness and Community Outreach Programs.
In May of 2002, Ms. Rowley testified before the Senate broaching concerns of senior-level FBI actions in the events leading up to 9/11. In the subsequent year, Ms. Rowley wrote a memo to FBI Director Robert Mueller in connection with the Joint Intelligence Committee’s Inquiry, which led to a two-year-long Department of Justice Inspector General investigation. Her memo criticized the FBI for ignoring and mishandling information provided by Minneapolis field agents regarding further investigation of Zacarias Moussaoui, a suspected terrorist, and a potential attack on the United States. She was one of three whistleblowers chosen as Person of the Year by TIME magazine.

https://therecord.media/us-facing-threa ... technology

Martin Matishak
February 29th, 2024
US facing unprecedented election threats ‘enabled by new technology,’ FBI director says

FROM THE votefraud.org ARCHIVES
Election Wire-tap Alleged
Cincinnati Bell Denies Charges
The following paragraphs are excerpts from an article in the Cincinnati Post right before the November, 1987 Cincinnati Council Election. - Jim Condit Jr.
by Randy Ludlow
Post staff reporter
Cincinnati Bell security supervisors ordered wire taps installed on county computers before elections in the late 1970s and early 1980s that could have allowed vote totals to be altered, a former Bell employee says in a sworn court documents
Leonard Gates, a 23-year Cincinnati Bell employee until he was fired in 1986, claims in a deposition filed Thursday in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court to have installed the wire taps.
Cincinnati Bell officials denied Gates' allegations tha are part of a six-year-old civil suit that contends the elections computer is subject to manipulation and fraud.
Gates claims a security supervisor for the telephone company told him in 1979 that the firm had obtained a computer program through the FBI that gave it access to the county computer used to count votes.

https://article25news.wordpress.com/201 ... -long-ago/
Privacy Died Long Ago
In 1988 Leonard Gates, a former installer for Cincinnati Bell, told the Mount Washington Press, a small independent weekly, that he had performed illegal wiretaps for the Cincinnati Police Department, the FBI and the phone company itself.
Howard Lucas, former security chief at the Stouffer Hotel downtown, said he caught Gates and three cops trying to break into a telephone switching room shortly before President Gerald Ford stayed at the hotel.
“I said, ‘Do you have a court order?’ and they all laughed,” Lucas told the Mount Washington Press.
Gates claimed to have performed an estimated 1,200 wiretaps, which he believed illegal. His list of targets included former Mayor Jerry Springer, the late tycoon Carl Lindner Jr., U.S. District Judge Carl Rubin, U.S. Magistrate J. Vincent Aug, the late U.S. Sen. Howard Metzenbaum (D-Ohio), the Students for a Democratic Society (an anti-war group during the Vietnam War), then-U.S. Rep. Tom Luken (D-Cincinnati) and then-President Gerald Ford.
J. Kenneth Blackwell is a former member of Cincinnati Council, and 1979 was an election year for council.
Something went wrong on Election Night, Gates testified. His handler at the phone company called him.
“He was panicking,” Gates testified. “He said we had done something to screw up the voting processor down there, or the voting computer.”
News reports at the time noted an unexpected delay in counting votes for city council because of a computer malfunction.
Cincinnati Bell denied any involvement in illegal wiretapping by police or its own personnel. Yet police officers, like Gates, testified the police received equipment – even a truck – and information necessary to effectuate the wiretaps. The owners of a greenhouse in Westwood even came forward, saying the police stored the Cincinnati Bell truck on their property.
‘Say it louder’
Gates claimed that his handler at Cincinnati Bell repeatedly told him the wiretaps were at the behest of the FBI. He named an FBI agent who, he said, let him into the federal courthouse to wiretap federal judges.
The city of Cincinnati settled a class-action lawsuit accusing it of illegal wiretapping, paying $85,000 to 17 defendants. It paid $12,000 to settle a second lawsuit by former staffers of The Independent Eye, an underground newspaper allegedly wiretapped and torched by Cincinnati Police officers in 1970.

https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm ... story.html
Police, Phone Company Implicated : Alleged Wiretap Scheme Investigated in Cincinnati
JAN. 14, 1989
The men say they were told many of the wiretaps were for the FBI.
Some former officers allege that the police went so far as to deliberately set a fire that destroyed the offices of an underground newspaper, the Independent Eye, in 1970. That arson case is still unsolved.

https://www2.santacruzcountyca.gov/BDS/ ... DF/019.pdf
Voter Fraud Resource

https://vault.fbi.gov/foia-log-2019-par ... 19-part-01
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Records Management Division
Records Information/Dissemination Section
FOIA Log Report 01/01/2019 to 12/31/2019

Why won't the Department of Justice (DOJ) investigate electronic vote fraud? Is it because the DOJ and FBI have long been involved in it, themselves? 
“If you did it right, no one would ever know,” said Craig C. Donsanto, head of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Election Crimes Branch, Public Integrity Section (from 1970-2010) in a July 4,1989 Los Angeles Times article about electronic voting machines and vote fraud. 

Federal Commission Nixes Talk of Paper-Only Elections -
Stacks Panels With Proponents of Paperless Touchscreens
 by Lynn Landes 5/10/04

https://www.pbs.org/newshour/politics/w ... -by-police
Washington state House overwhelmingly passes ban on hog-tying by police
Politics Feb 28, 2024 SEATTLE (AP)

https://www.nytimes.com/2024/02/28/us/p ... ogram.html
Did FBI Director Wray just blackmail President Biden ?
Did the FBI use their investigation of President Biden and his son Hunter?
Biden has just announced he will be circumventing Congress
and use the courts to have the FISA 702 {Gestapo-Stasi Bill)
passed .
U.S. to Ask Court to Reauthorize Disputed Surveillance Program for a Year
As Congress stalls in considering an expiring warrantless surveillance law known as Section 702, the Biden administration has decided not to risk a lapse.
The law allows the government to collect communications of intelligence targets without individualized warrants.
Jenna Schoenefeld for The New York Times
By Charlie Savager Feb. 28, 2024

https://nypost.com/2024/02/28/us-news/h ... reign-biz/
Hunter Biden testified he was ‘high or drunk’ while writing ‘sitting here with my father’ $5M China shakedown text — but still got the money
Josh Christenson Published Feb. 28,2024

https://www.gao.gov/video/countering-do ... nformation

https://covertactionmagazine.com/2024/0 ... -lynching/
Fifty Five Years Ago, the FBI Murdered Black Panther Party Leader Fred Hampton in a “Northern Lynching.”
By Jeremy Kuzmarov - February 29, 2024

https://www.cbs42.com/news/local/fbi-bi ... ory-month/
FBI Birmingham honors Black History Month
by: AJ Holliday
Posted: Feb 28, 2024

https://www.religion-online.org/article ... r-verdict/
Jury indicts FBI for assassination of Martin Luther King

In December, 1968, a jury in Memphis, Tennessee, concluded that Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated by a conspiracy involving Loyd Jowers and "others, including governmental agencies." Almost 32 years after King’s murder at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis on April 4, 1968, a court extended the circle of responsibility for the assassination beyond the now deceased James Earl Ray, the man sentenced for the crime. After James Ray’s death, the Martin Luther King family asked President Clinton to set up a commission similar to South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission that would offer legal immunity in exchange for truth telling. When their proposal was turned into a "limited reexamination" of the murder by the Justice Department, the Kings tried another route to get at the evidence: they filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Jowers, who said he had been part of a conspiracy to kill King.
The complaint actually reads King v. Jowers and Other Unknown Co-Conspirators. As soon became evident at the trial last fall, the real defendants were the anonymous coconspirators who stood in the shadows behind Jowers, the former owner of a Memphis bar and grill. The King family, represented by Pepper, was in effect charging U.S. intelligence agencies -- particularly the FBI and army intelligence -- with organizing, subcontracting and covering up the assassination. Needless to say, this was a difficult case to make.
Former CIA operative Jack Terrell testified by videotape that his best friend, J. D. Hill, had confessed to him shortly before Hill’s death that he had been a member of an army sniper team in Memphis assigned to shoot "an unknown target" on April 4. After training for a triangular shooting, the snipers were taking up positions in a water-tower and two buildings in Memphis when their mission was suddenly canceled. Hill said he realized the next day that the team must have been part of a contingency plan to kill King if another shooter failed.
Douglas Valentine said that while researching his book The Phoenix Program (1990), on the CIA’s notorious counterintelligence program against Vietnamese villagers, he talked with veterans in military intelligence who had been redeployed from Vietnam to the domestic front. They told him that in 1968 the army’s 111th Military Intelligence Group kept Martin Luther King under 24-hour-a-day surveillance. Its agents were in Memphis April 4. Valentine wrote in The Phoenix Program that they "reportedly watched and took photos while King’s assassin moved into position, took aim, fired and walked away."
Cover-up: Walter Fauntroy, Dr. King’s colleague and a 20-year member of Congress, chaired the subcommittee of the 1976-78 House Select Committee on Assassinations that investigated King’s assassination. Fauntroy testified in Memphis that in the course of the HSCA investigation "it became apparent that we were dealing with very sophisticated forces." He discovered electronic bugs on his phones and TV set. When Richard Sprague, HSCA’s first chief investigator, said he would make available all CIA and FBI records, he became a focus of controversy and media attacks. Sprague was forced to resign. His successor made no demands on U.S. intelligence agencies.

https://www.wgbh.org/news/local/2024-02 ... lice-stops
State report finds racial disparity in police stops
Sarah Betancourt
February 28, 2024

https://abc13.com/hpd-handbook-houston- ... /14477119/
260,000 criminal investigation cases suspended
Code still in Houston police handbook despite Chief Finner asking for its removal 2 years ago
ABC13 Houston
Houston police 'lack of personnel': SL code leading to 260K cases suspended remains in HPD handbook despite Chief Finner's orders

ByLileana Pearson Wednesday, February 28, 2024
Other council members also voiced their disappointment such a drastic oversight was made.
"I am flabbergasted at why anyone would have thought it would be a good idea to create such a code," Houston At-Large Position 1 Councilman Julian Ramirez said.
"I understand that HPD is spread thin, and they work extremely hard to keep our city safe. But based on this issue, we have to take the necessary steps to repair the trust that has been lost with our community," Houston District J Councilman Edward Pollard said.

https://www.startribune.com/minneapolis ... 600346944/
Minneapolis city official is named interim director of police civilian review agency
Carolina Amini, who has experience with the City Attorney's Office and the Civil Rights Department, will take over next week. 
By Randy Furst Star Tribune FEBRUARY 28, 2024

https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/ ... d%20abroad.
The Government Really Is Spying On You — And It’s Legal
Consumer data has become a lucrative commodity, and the US government is buying.

https://www.politico.com/news/2024/02/2 ... j-00143891
Justice Department finds problems with violence, gangs and poor conditions in 3 Mississippi prisons
Staffing shortages are a major concern, with job vacancy rates of 30 to 50 percent.

https://twitter.com/FBI/status/17628706 ... gr%5Etweet

#ICYMI: #FBI Special Agents and professional staff at
and local partners participated in the #22PushupChallenge, which recognizes the 22 U.S. veterans lost to suicide each day and honors military service members

https://www.fastcompany.com/91033609/ho ... -fbi-agent

* How to thrive under stress, according to a former Navy SEAL and FBI Agent
The first step to dealing with stress is recognizing your emotions, says this former combat veteran.

FBI Columbia accepting teen academy applications, citizen academy nominations
* Meera Bhonslé February 29,202

https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-of ... multimedia
Discover videos, audio, and other multimedia content from FBI Seattle.

https://dailyorange.com/2024/02/syracus ... -ward-fbi/
Emma Ward leads Syracuse’s attack. One day, she hopes to serve in the FBI.
Emma Ward’s interest in joining the Federal Bureau of Investigation came from watching “The Blacklist,” an American crime series thriller on NBC.

https://www.axios.com/local/richmond/20 ... view-board
Richmond hires former FBI agent to manage police oversight board
Sabrina Moreno
A former Chesterfield County cop and FBI agent will be taking the helm of Richmond's police oversight board after a unanimous City Council vote this week.
Why it matters: It's a move toward getting the region's first civilian review board up and running after years in limbo.
* But having former police officers on it hasn't been popular in the past among some community members, who feel the board should be entirely independent of any law enforcement.

https://foxbaltimore.com/news/local/ret ... more-crime
Retired lawmen warns Maryland's Police Accountability law is leading to more crime
by Vincent HillWed, February 28th 2024

https://www.thenewstribune.com/news/nat ... 49966.html
Cop uses police database to get 19-year-old woman’s phone number, Ohio officials say BY KATE LINDERMAN FEBRUARY 28, 2024

Read more at: https://www.thenewstribune.com/news/nat ... rylink=cpy

https://www.nydailynews.com/2024/02/28/ ... sses-feds/
NYPD cop defrauded currency investors, promised AI tool would recoup losses: feds

https://www.westernmassnews.com/2024/02 ... nhandling/
Enfield police post signs to crack down on panhandling
A post on social media caught the attention of our newsroom, as Springfield community members pointed out signs across the border in Enfield, Connecticut.
By Raegan Loughrey, Photojournalist: Andrew Evans and Tyler Beraldi
Published: Feb. 28, 2024

https://www.policeapp.com/Certified-Enf ... -Jobs/438/
The Town of Enfield is located in north central Connecticut on the border with Massachusetts. The population is approximately 46,000.  The Enfield Police Department is a nationally and state accredited agency. There are approximately 101 sworn officers within the department.  Divisions include Patrol, Detective, & Traffic. These divisions are further broken down to provide opportunities for officers to work in positions such as Community Policing Team, School Resource Officer, K9 Unit, Field Training Officer, Motorcycle Officer, & Drone Unit. We also participate in the regional Metro Traffic Services traffic enforcement unit, and the Capitol Region Emergency Services Team. Each prior year of service will be equivalent to a step-in pay.  For seven years of prior service, the Certified Officer will start at the highest level which is Level 7.
Uniformed officers work eight-hour days with five days on followed by three days off. The following week consists of five on and two off.  Officers bid by seniority for one of six shifts per day. Certified officers advance one pay step for each year of certification up to top step (7 years).  The Enfield Police Department also offers educational incentive pay, defined Benefit retirement plan, plus Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP). Salary:  $75,691 to $91,728.

https://rhodeislandcurrent.com/2024/02/ ... -ric-ccri/
Another year, another push to arm campus police at RIC, CCRI
House Judiciary Committee holds bill for further study

https://www.kcci.com/article/adair-poli ... e/46996598
Small-town Iowa police chief demoted, put on leave after federal weapons conviction
Brad Wendt was convicted of purchasing 90 machine guns for his two-officer department, later reselling the firearms at a personal profit of nearly $80,000.

https://www.13abc.com/2024/02/28/toledo ... an-ground/
Toledo Police officer under investigation after video shows him pushing woman to the ground
By Alexis Means
Published: Feb. 28, 2024

https://www.wect.com/2024/02/28/navassa ... rand-jury/
Navassa police officer indicted by New Hanover County Grand Jury for assault on a female
A New Hanover County Grand Jury on Monday, Feb. 26, returned true bills of indictment on a Navassa police officer.
By WECT Staff
Published: Feb. 28, 2024

https://www.news10.com/news/pastors-on- ... -for-help/
Pastors on Patrol ask Albany Police Department for help
by: James De La Fuente
Posted: Feb 28, 2024

https://www.latimes.com/california/stor ... kend-storm
From Mammoth to Tahoe, powerful blizzard could sock Sierra with up to 12 feet of snow
FEB. 27, 2024

https://www.theguardian.com/environment ... ate-crisis
Damian Carrington Environment editor
Thu 29 Feb 2024
El Niño forecast to drive record heat from the Amazon to Alaska in 2024
Coastal areas facing ‘enormous and urgent climate crisis’ as event supercharges human-caused global heating, scientists say

https://covertactionmagazine.com/2024/0 ... on-to-war/
CIA Spills the Beans About Deep Involvement in Ukraine: Part of Ploy to Undercut Republican Congressional Opposition to War
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