Solutionaries:Courage is Contagious

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Solutionaries:Courage is Contagious

Postby fruhmenschen » Wed May 31, 2023 11:21 pm

9/11 and Other Deep State
Crimes Teleconference

Draft agenda for May 31, 2023

8 p.m. (ET) / 5 p.m. (PT) teleconference dial-in #
(605) 313-4118. Access code: 464958#

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Curtiss on 15-minute cities and the elites’ plan for control, Steele on what’s new at AE911Truth

Greetings all,

We have a great 9/11 and Other Deep State Crimes Teleconference planned for you for tomorrow night, May 31!
Our first presenter is teleconference co-facilitator Cheryl Curtiss, who will tell us about the article, "Look Up! Wake Up, People! You are Being Suicided in Warp Speed," by Peter Koenig. The article lists four ways the elite are gaining control of our lives and destroying our freedom: corporate finance, digital power, engineered Covid, and climate change.

As part of her presentation, Cheryl will examine one aspect of the takeover: “15-minute cities,” which are being implemented under the guise of responding to climate change. For those who are able, we suggest reading the article before the call. Doing so will help facilitate a vigorous discussion of the topic during the Q&A period. Here is the link: ... ed/5802139

At 9:15 p.m. EST, we’ll be joined by Andy Steele of the 9/11 Truth Movement’s most important organization, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. Andy will bring us up to date about all the current projects the organization is involved in and how we can all help.

It’s going to be a great call, so don’t miss it!

DRAFT AGENDA for Wednesday May 31, 2023 teleconference

I Roll call/minutes approval/agenda approval (5 min)
II Elite’s plan for control + 15-minute cities [Cheryl Curtiss] (20 min. + 30 min. Q&A)
III What’s new at AE911Truth [Andy Steele] (15 min. + 15 min. Q&A)
IV Announcements
V Updates on 9/11 topics (as needed)
· New articles, books, films, or recent news about 9/11 or other Deep State crimes
· 9/11 and the Deep State on the legal front, including current adjudicatory efforts by Lawyers for 9/11 Inquiry, JASTA, 28 pages, William Pepper’s efforts with AE911Truth against NIST and the Dept. of Commerce
· Censorship and cognitive infiltration: new examples of censorship or harassment of members of the Truth community; MSM treatment of 9/11 Truth
· Google (et al.) censorship
· 9/11 Truth political candidates
VI Adjournment
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Re: Solutionaries:Courage is Contagious

Postby fruhmenschen » Sat Jul 08, 2023 7:25 pm

Monday, June 12, 2023! Dr. Greer's Groundbreaking National Press Club Event!
Dramatic increase in Diabetes from COVID 19 Vaccine
Dr. John Campbell
‘Missing’ Biden corruption case witness Dr. Gal Luft details allegations against president’s family in extraordinary video
By Miranda Devine
July 5, 2023 1 ... dium=email
WANTED: Renee DiResta, Technical manager of the Stanford Internet Observatory, which I wrote about earlier, and Alex Stamos, its Director, for creating a US Stasi--outside of government
Will Stanford finally shut down this illegal operation? Some 'Observatory'! What mischief will these two get up to next?
JUL 5, 2023

What is the Stasi? According to,
“…The Stasi was a highly effective secret police organization. Within East Germany it sought to infiltrate every institution of society and every aspect of daily life… By 1989 the Stasi relied on 500,000 to 2,000,000 collaborators as well as 100,000 regular employees, and it maintained files on approximately 6,000,000 East German citizens—more than one-third of the population.”

The Stanford Internet Observatory—no planets or stars in sight—is a central node in the massive effort to censor EVERYTHING to keep out all the news that the USG and these losers have decided we are not allowed to hear. It is these “professionals” that greased the machinery of totalitarianism that has been creeping in on us further and further these past 3 and a half years. These so-called professionals made destruction of democracy trendy, a well-paid career that many students have now gotten degrees in, according to Mike Benz of the Freedom Foundation Online. They interfaced with social media companies for the USG, and did who knows what else to effectively keep the world population in the dark.
Renee DiResta is central to the operation of turning illegal viewpoint censorship into an academic field, and helped to mislabel free speech as mis, dis and malinformation, then call it a crime, which justified the massive censorship apparatus. She is one of the few fat spiders who spun the web that encircled the US (and other countries) to control what everyone has been allowed to see, and what they are not. She and her buddies like Alex Stamos and Kate Starbird pretended to be ivory tower academics when they ... the-world/
CovertAction Bulletin: AUKUS Threatens the World
By Rachel Hu and Chris Garaffa - July 5, 2023
The AUKUS trilateral military and intelligence partnership between Australia, the United Kingdom and United States doesn’t get much attention in the U.S. media. It’s yet another element of the U.S. quest for world domination. The first pillar of AUKUS focuses on getting Australia nuclear-powered submarines, and the second enhances technology and information sharing. The U.S. government has recently said it’s open to expanding the partnership.
To expose the aims and dangers of AUKUS, we’re joined by Murray Horton, organizer of the Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa. Read his latest article ... dium=email
UK government admitted in March 2023 that young women who received the A-Z or J & J COVID vaccines were at high risk of death during the next 3 months
Females aged 12-29 who got an adenovirus vectored COVID vaccine in the UK were 3.5 times more likely to die in the next 3 months than otherwise
JUL 5, 2023 ... o25may2022
* There was evidence of an increase in cardiac death in young women after a first dose of non-mRNA vaccines, with the risk being *3.5 times higher* in the 12 weeks following vaccination, compared with the longer-term risk.
* The subgroup who received non-mRNA vaccines was more likely to be clinically vulnerable and may be at greater risk of adverse events following vaccination than the general population. [‘Likely’ means they are throwing this idea out to try and find a non-vaccine cause when everyone knows all the COVID vaccines caused clots.—Nass]
* According to the statistical model, 11 out of the 15 cardiac deaths in young women that occurred within 12 weeks of a first dose of a non-mRNA vaccine were likely to be linked to the vaccine; this corresponds to 6 cardiac-related deaths per 100,000 females vaccinated with at least a first dose of a non-mRNA vaccine.
[But 1 in 17,000 women dying from the shot is a guess from a “statistical model” and it certainly could be higher… but even so, this is 60 deaths per million vaccine recipients, which is a huge number, especially in YOUNG women.
This report claims there was no increase in males. But my ... t-13891797
TRT World
America's longest-serving Muslim mayor reveals impact of FBI watchlistThe US's longest-serving mayor, Mohamed Khairullah of Prospect Park, NJ, tells TRT World what it means for a Muslim politician to be on the FBI's watchlist. ... ity-video/
Video Shows California Cop Brutally Slam Unarmed Black Woman On Ground And Kneel On Her Neck
The woman's alleged offense? Lawfully recording officers detain her husband in northern Los Angeles County.
Bruce C.T. Wright
Published on July 4, 2023 ... y-shooting
Case dropped against SF cop in deadly shootingDistrict Attorney Brooke Jenkins is no longer pursuing ... -s-border/
CBP Officer Charged with Accepting Bribes to Allow Drug-Laden Cars to Cross U.S. Border
By Steve Neavling ... to-ground/
Intense video shows LA cop slamming woman to ground, pepper-spraying her
By Yaron Steinbuch
July 5, 2023 ... ten-waller
Chicago Sun-Times
EPolice should have dispersed Englewood gathering hours before 5 were shot, man beaten to death, Chicago's top cop ...Chicago's top cop said Wednesday that police should have dispersed a large stre
The Times of Israel
Tel Aviv top cop quits, says he’s paying price for refusal to ‘break bones’ at rallies'I met bizarre reality where calm and order are not the goal -- the opposite is,' Eshed says. '33 years of service gone down the drain... ... /13463200/
ABC7 New York
Trial of Jovanny Crespo: Newark cop charged in fatal 2019 police shooting found guiltyJovanny Crespo, the NJ officer who opened fire on a fleeing vehicle, killing the driver, has been found guilty by a jury. ... d-arizona/
Undercover Yuma deputy turned cop killer: the 4th of July murders that stunned ArizonaPHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — It's a true crime story involving stolen evidence, an undercover cop gone bad, and two law enforcement officers gunned... ... ation-one/

It Turns Out Elon Is Speedrunning The Enshittification Learning Curve, Not The Content Moderation One
from the a-race-to-make-the-site-worse-and-worse dept
Wed, Jul 5th 2023 09:27am - Mike Masnick
Our most popular post last year was my post attempting to help Elon Musk “speedrun” the content moderation learning curve. People still talk to me about that post to this day. What’s been somewhat surprising to me, however, is that while nearly every other social media site eventually figures out the basics of the content moderation learning curve, Musk has a Sisyphean ability to slide back down that curve again and again and again.
But I had a realization over the weekend: it’s not the content moderation learning curve that he’s speedrunning. It’s the Enshittification learning curve.

Copaganda ... -cbs-2023/
Precinct TV
Is FBI: International Season 3 coming to CBS in 2023?With the way things ended with the Season 2 finale, we need FBI: International Season 3 immediately. Will we get to see it in 2023? ... connection
Chill With A Cop: Hillsborough Police Host Ice Cream ConnectionHILLSBOROUGH, NJ — Members of the community are being invited to come chill with a cop on Wednesday, July 26. The Hillsborough Township Police and The ... -home.html
"Bugger it": Australian cop tases and kills 95-year-old woman with dementia in her care home
Paris PD Coffee With A CopParis PD Coffee With A Cop. Share. Facebook · Twitter · Stumbleupon · LinkedIn · Previous Wednesday's Sports · Next Paris Police Report For Wednesday ... -cop-case/
Upside Down Justice: Louisiana Appeals Court Issues Absurd Ruling In Cop Case
BY PEACE VOICE5 hours ago ... -1.6897426
Toronto cop found guilty of misconduct for pointing gun at Black teens in infamous 2011 'Neptune Four' caseA provincial oversight agency found a Toronto police officer guilty of professional misconduct for pointing a firearm at unarmed Black teens in a... ... s-00104475
Inside the House GOP’s plan to go after FBI and DOJ
Republicans are escalating a multi-pronged fight against their two biggest political boogeymen. It goes far beyond just trying to impeach Attorney General Merrick Garland. ... committee/
FBI’s Christopher Wray to testify in front of House committee
* FBI Director Christopher Wray is set to speak at July 12 hearing
* The GOP has criticized Wray and the FBI for being too political
* Some Republicans have even called for him to resign as director ... -password/

The FTC’s Surprisingly Weak Case Against Amazon
School Decides To Harden Security By Giving EVERYONE The Same Password
(Mis)Uses of Technology
from the eyes-on-your-own-papers,-please dept
Wed, Jul 5th 2023 10:47am - Tim Cushing
Cyber security. It’s complicated.
Protecting against threats means determining what your threat level is. Demanding everyone utilize a 53-character password with uppercase letters, numbers, and “special symbols” generally just makes people more irritated, rather than more secure.
Obviously, things must be secured. And passwords shouldn’t be so simple that anyone with an off-the-shelf HP desktop can hack them.
But people in charge of security need to weigh perceived threats against security responses. What they absolutely shouldn’t do is hammer the RESET button without considering ... 00017.html
Minneapolis police officer who pepper-sprayed reporter in 2020 was on path to be fired
Liz Sawyer, Star Tribune
Tue, Jul 4, 2023 Among the thousands of social media dispatches that gripped the world following George Floyd's murder, footage from the parking lot of a Lake Street gas station on the fifth consecutive night of civil unrest stood out.
"Press!" Vice News reporter Michael Anthony Adams yelled nearly a dozen times the night of May 30, 2020, waving his credential as riot cops approached him with guns drawn.
"I don't care, get down," one officer responded, before shoving him to the pavement. While he lay prone, Minneapolis police Sgt. Ron Stenerson pepper-sprayed him in the face and strolled away.
Footage of the incident garnered more than 5 million views, made national headlines and was later cited by the U.S. Department of Justice as one of the most flagrant examples of free speech violations by Minneapolis ... s-856c41e2
The Wall Street Journal
The U.S. Funds Shadow Police Units All Over the WorldThey pursue matters ranging from heroin smuggling to protecting pangolins,
In Kenya, illegally harvested sandalwood is set ablaze to curb the trade. MONICAH By Michael M. Phillips
July 4, 2023 ... index.html
South Africa deputy president’s police escorts face charges after being filmed in highway attack
By Nimi Princewill, CNN
Updated 2:16 PM EDT, Wed July 5, 2023
Viral Vaccine paper
Dr. John Campbell
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Re: Solutionaries:Courage is Contagious

Postby fruhmenschen » Fri Aug 04, 2023 11:17 pm ... edium=emai
The secret messages behind the lab-leak cover-up. Beijing was helped by a cabal of conspiring scientists
While I think Ian Birrell has produced limited hangouts, I think this article is a fair depiction of the depths to which science has fallen, in large part due to its funding structure
AUG 2, 2023 ... phy-police
WISCONSIN Published August 2, 2023 6:35pm EDT
Wisconsin cop admits to porn addiction, busted with child pornography: police
Suspect's employment with Glendale Police Department terminated same day as his arrest
By Greg Wehner | Fox News ... oam40zk0w/
Penobscot County doubles pay for jail employees working overtime
by Kathleen O'Brien ... oner-being
Shocking Video from Maine Prison Shows a Restrained Prisoner Being Tortured with Pepper Spray
This is one of many examples of corrections staff abusing restraints and pepper spray, at times with deadly results
You’re never going to win… Bottom line is the house wins every time.
That’s what Maine Correctional Center Captain Shawn Welch said to a prisoner who was strapped into a restraint chair, his face coated with pepper spray and his legs shaking in pain and fear. The entire ordeal was captured in a disturbing video that recently hit the internet. After Captain Welch pepper sprayed prisoner Paul Schlosser in the face, Captain Welch ignored Schlosser’s plea that he could not breathe; at one point, Captain Welch responds to Schlosser’s pleas for help with the taunt, “Last I heard, I was as useless as tits on a bull.”
How in the world did this come about?
A former military medic, Paul Schlosser has received treatment in prison for both bipolar disorder and depression. After being held in solitary confinement for two months, he began to cut himself – a common response to such long-term isolation. On June 7, 2012, Schlosser pulled off his bandages and refused to be treated. He was then strapped to a restraint chair and confronted by Captain Welch.
In the video, we see Schlosser immobilized in the restraint chair and surrounded by officers in riot gear. Schlosser remains compliant until one of the officers pins Schlosser’s head to the back of the chair; Schlosser responds by squirming and then spitting at the officer. Without warning, Captain Welch suddenly coats Schlosser’s face at close range with pepper spray from a canister only intended to be used on large crowds from a distance of twenty feet or more, according to an investigator’s report. Schlosser chokes and fights for breath. He pleads, “I can’t breathe, Captain,” but Welch does nothing. Instead of following accepted professional standards and rinsing away the liquid, Welch puts a spit hood on Schlosser, effectively trapping the pepper spray against the man’s face. For over 20 minutes, Welch, with canister in hand, paces in and out of the small area where Schlosser is being restrained, and refuses to let him wash the burning spray from his face and eyes.
Sadly, this is one of many examples of corrections staff abusing restraints and pepper spray, at times with deadly results:
* Nick Christie died in 2006 after being pepper sprayed twelve times and spending six hours naked in a restraint chair. There, too, guards placed a spit hood over Mr. Christie, ensuring that he would breathe the liquid as long as he wore it. The case was later ruled a homicide.
* Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio discontinued the use of restraint chairs in 2006 after three wrongful death lawsuits.
* Jesse Lee Williams, Jr. was restrained when guards sprayed an entire can of pepper spray into a hood before putting it over his mouth as part of a savage beating. He died two days later.
Openness and accountability are two of the strongest bulwarks protecting prisoners from abuse. This is true whether the abuse occurs in a matter of minutes, such as when Arizona guards beat, tased, stripped, and left Marty Atencio to die in a cell, or days, like when Michigan guards strapped Timothy Souders to a cement slab until he died of hyperthermia and dehydration.
Unfortunately, instead of promoting openness and accountability, the Maine Department of Corrections has closed ranks to protect one of its own. Corrections Commissioner Joseph Ponte ignored the recommendation to fire Welch despite an internal investigation which found that Welch acted on a personal vendetta against Schlosser and not for any legitimate security reason. Now, the Department has focused its attention on ensuring no more videos are leaked, instead of ensuring no more torture happens.
Paul Schlosser is lucky to be alive. The next Paul Schlosser might not be so lucky. ... 7c095026aa
Man 'tortured' by officers in York County Jail, court documents allege
The man says he was pinned down while officers used a Taser repeatedly on his chest for as long as a full minute, according to court documents.
Author: Samantha York
October 8, 2019
Titicut. Follies ... ng-banned/
Massachusetts prison in Bridgewater Mass documentary gets banned
in Massachusetts

Maine Weather and climate are topics of increasing interest.  Will they inspire us to change any of our behaviours?
Garland Climatology for July, 2023 (1991-2020 averages in parentheses): 
average max:  80.7F (79.2F) 
average min:  65.3F (60.7F) 
extreme max: ... dium=email
TOM'R: RFK Jr., to Host Virtual Roundtable on Revitalizing Our Food, Farms, and Soil: The Farmers Speak Aug. 3 at 8 p.m. ET
AUG 2, 2023
Sign up here, but you need to click that you are not meryl nass at the bottom, and then it will send you a signup page:
Is Putin in Control... or Unstable? w/ Larry Johnson & Ray McGovern ... 000-bribe/
Border Patrol Agent Fernando Castillo Charged After Allegedly Asking Migrant for $5,000 Bribe
By Steve Neavling
August 2, 2023
New Trump charges hammered by former FBI official: 'Thought I was reading a NY Times op-ed'
Chris Swecker argues charges related to Jan. 6 could be tossed if judge follows Constitution
Madeline Coggins | Fox ... ating-exam
In 2010 FBI agents caught cheating on key exam
US justice department uncovers significant 'improper conduct' among staff taking open-book, multiple-choice test
Adam Gabbatt
Tue 28 Sep 2010
The FBI is responsible for, among other things, tackling fraud and corrupt practices in the public sector.
However, it seems the US federal agency may have its own problems with duplicity, after an investigation found that "a significant number of FBI employees engaged in some form of improper conduct or cheating" when obliged to sit a key exam.
Agents from the FBI – motto "Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity" – had to take the 90-minute assessment to prove they had understood guidelines on how to conduct terrorism investigations.
Suspicion was raised, however, when more than 200 employees completed the exam in less than 20 minutes. ... exam.print
In 2014 Report: Significant cheating by FBI agents on exam
Published November 17, 2014
A Justice Department investigation has found that FBI agents, including several supervisors, cheated on an important test covering the bureau's policies for conducting surveillance on Americans.
Justice Department Inspector General Glenn Fine said Monday that his limited review of allegations that agents improperly took the open-book test together or had access to an answer sheet has turned up "significant abuses and cheating." ... 007543007/
In 2017 ATLANTA POLICE: Investigator: 17 admit to test cheating
Vanessa McCray | The AtlantaJournal-Constitution ... VIFMPYTOM/
In 2020 31 troopers dismissed after cheating on exam during training academy
By Aaron Diamant
January 29, 2020 ... informant/
The FBI Paid a Violent Felon to Infiltrate Denver’s Racial Justice Movement
Trevor Aaronson
February 7 2023
FBI Missing Firearms, Computers
ByABC News
The FBI has approximately 50,000 weapons and 13,000 laptops total. With the missing guns, 184 were stolen and 265 were reported lost or missing, according to FBI officials. Of the lost or missing weapons, 91 involved training weapons, 61 involved agents who retired, and four involved agents who died or were fired

Tuesday, 6 August, 2002, 15:05 GMT 16:05 UK
FBI guns and laptops go missing

Record-keeping was poor, the Justice Department found

By Steve Kingstone
An embarrassed US Justice Department is reviewing its security procedures after admitting that more than 700 weapons and over 400 laptop computers had gone missing in the past three years.
Most of the laptops belonged to the FBI - many containing classified information.
Two of the guns were subsequently used in armed robberies, a third apparently became a murder weapon after being stolen from the home of an FBI agent in New Orlean ... e-standard
An SAC's Stolen Gun and the FBI's Double Standard for Discipline
“Fourteen brick agents in a row whose guns were stolen get suspended at least five days without pay. Number fifteen is an SAC who only gets a written reprimand. You tell me, where’s the Integrity in that? ”

My last assignment at the FBI included supervising investigations into government property stolen from federal law enforcement officers.  Cases involved guns,  badges, bullet proof vests, cell phones, and ballistic steel plates (those plates are expensive and have serial numbers).   My squad carried cases from all the federal agencies, not just the FBI.  Sometimes it seemed like the whole alphabet soup

Copaganda ... no-18-u-s/

In 2019 The FBI Is in Crisis. It’s Worse Than You Think
• Eric Lichtblau May 3, 201 ... llers-term
ACLU Opposes Extension Of FBI Director Robert Mueller’s Term
May 12, 2011
CONTACT: (202) 236-7031 or 675-2312 or
WASHINGTON – The American Civil Liberties Union today announced its opposition to President Obama’s request to Congress that it extend FBI Director Robert S. Mueller’s 10-year term for another two years.
The tenure of an FBI director has not been extended since 1969, when Richard M. Nixon was elected president and chose to retain J. Edgar Hoover as director, a position he had held since Attorney General Harlan Fiske Stone ... own-occupy
Revealed: how the FBI coordinated the crackdown on Occupy
This article is more than 10 years old
Naomi Wolf
New documents prove what was once dismissed as paranoid fantasy: totally integrated corporate-state repression of dissent ... -one-dead/
Cop,father shot in NYC domestic dispute, at least one dead
By Larry Celona, Joe Marino, Tina Moore and Jorge Fitz-Gibbon
August 2, 2023 ... olice-fbi/
ACLU sues Colorado Springs, FBI, alleging illegal search of progressive nonprofit, activist’s home
The warrants targeting the Chinook Center and activist Jacqueline Armendariz Unzueta after a housing march in July 2021 violated First Amendment rights, the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Denver said
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Re: Solutionaries:Courage is Contagious

Postby fruhmenschen » Tue Sep 19, 2023 11:54 pm

About the founders

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At 404 Media, we aspire to do society-shifting technology journalism, and to create a sustainable, responsible, reader-supported media business around it. We will report and publish stories that you will not find anywhere else, that we believe only we can do. We hope these stories will take over the internet, impact public policy, and expose bad actors. We will point out the absurd. We will be irreverent and have fun. We will also do very serious work. We hope that you will read these stories and want to send them to your group chat, or bring them up as conversation starters at parties.
We believe that if we do this journalism well enough, you, our readers, will be willing to subscribe because you think it’s important, because you think it should exist in the world, and because you feel you’re personally getting value from it.
Today, you’ll find an article about a horrifying data broker ecosystem where highly sensitive data filters from credit bureaus to violent criminals on Telegram. You’ll get a look inside a generative AI community that’s churning out sexual images of real people without their consent on a massive scale, and you’ll finally figure out why sex toy vibration patterns are so frustrating. You’ll see the incident report from the Boston ‘Cop Slide’ fiasco (thank you, FOIA). And you’ll learn why Airpods Max are being felled by small droplets of water and sweat. Tomorrow, we’ll show that the DHS is using an AI tool to track “sentiment and emotion” in peoples’ online posts; and then dive into the underground world of ads for illegal products on Instagram.
After that we will write lots and lots of articles about crazy shit that we hope you will want to read. For the first week or so, everything on the site will be available to everyone for free. After that, we will begin putting some articles behind a paywall.
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Re: Solutionaries:Courage is Contagious

Postby fruhmenschen » Wed Sep 27, 2023 2:19 pm
The Stanford Prison Experiment Was One of the Most Disturbing Studies Ever
The Milgram Experiment 1962 Full Documentary
Titicut Follies by Frederick Wiseman ... y-of-evil/
Hannah Arendt On Standing Up to the Banality of Evil ... ary-surge/
More than 1,000 kids reported missing in Ohio this year in ‘extraordinary surge’
By Melissa Koenig
Published Sep. 26, 2023 ... 1850866221
A New App Lets You Video Chat With The Cop Thats Pulling You over
LA County Sheriffs are experimenting with a new app that’s trying to improve police encounters. ... ce-speech/
American Library Association Data Shows The Party Of Free Speech Is Doing More Than Ever To Silence Speech
Free Speech
from the party-of-hatred-is-more-accurate-imo dept
Tue, Sep 26th 2023 11:54am - Tim Cushing
We’re increasingly at the mercy of bigots in this country. That’s an upsetting turn of events, considering our history, which includes a long list of enshrined rights as well as the assertion that all people are created equal.
Thanks to the aberration that was the Donald Trump presidency, the worst people in the nation suddenly felt heard. They engaged more freely in hate speech, COVID disinformation, and activities ranging from election interference to straight-up insurrection.
These people proclaimed themselves to be members of the party of free speech. Any social media service reluctant to host hateful speech (which is hardly any service these days), dangerous assertions about an ongoing pandemic, and calls to violently overturn election results was branded ... isconduct/
Woman accuses well-known Miami-Dade cop of misconduct
Woman says Officer Matt Larsh needs to be punished
Saira Anwer, Reporter
Published: September 25, 2023 ... ped-clean/
Cop Who Went To Jail On Felony Drugs Charges Is Getting His Record Wiped Clean
Alan Ahn, who was a bit player in the Kealoha scandal, says he deserves the chance to restore his reputation without the stigma of a criminal history.
By Nick Grube ... 00287.html
Potsdam cop accused of strangulation to appear in court Wednesday
Andy Gardner, Watertown Daily Times, N.Y.
Sun, September 24, 2023 ... -activists
‘Watershed moment’: activists speak out about ‘Cop City’ conspiracy charges
The same law used to charge Donald Trump is being wielded against protesters in a historic prosecution of 61 defendants
Timothy Pratt
Mon 25 Sep 2023 ... -training/
FBI Agents Are Using Face Recognition Without Proper Training
The FBI makes heavy use of face recognition services like that of controversial startup Clearview AI, but 95 percent of the agents using them haven’t completed training on the technology. ... -january-6
FBI report predicted 2020 election extremism 2 months before Jan. 6
Jacob Knutson
September 25,2023
FBI informants tell their FBI handlers all preparations on schedule for
Jan 6 demonstration. ... -official/
FBI lost count of how many paid informants were at Capitol on Jan. 6, and later performed audit to figure out exact number
By Miranda Devine
Even before the trial began, defense lawyers had suggested that the bureau had as many as eight informants in the far-right organization in the months surrounding Jan. 6, 2021. At least one of them — from the group's chapter in Kansas City — was in the throng of Proud Boys that marched on the Capitol that day ... gr%5Etweet
On Friday, #FBI Director Christopher Wray ran the G-Man 5k with the new agent class at Quantico. The G-Man 5k benefits the FBIAA Memorial College Fund, sending the children and spouses of deceased FBI Agents to college.
Twitter · ... -fbi-mole/
‘Missing witness’ in Biden corruption probe offers dirt on Hunter FBI ‘mole’ who tipped him off
By Miranda Devine
Published Sep. 25, 2023 ... -of-trump/
Republican Mike Rogers a former FBI agent slams DOJ prosecution of Trump
The former congressman served as an FBI agent and House Intelligence Committee chair
BY: JON KING - SEPTEMBER 25, 2023 ... -valuables
Clients Of Beverly Hills Bank Demand FBI Return Seized Valuables
The defunct bank was fined for money laundering after admitting it sought drug traffickers and other criminals as customers.
City News Service,
News Partner
Posted Mon, Sep 25, 2023 ... y-toolkit/
Techdirt Podcast Episode 367: Open Sourcing The Trust & Safety Toolkit
Content Moderation
from the essential-tooling dept
Tue, Sep 26th 2023 01:30pm - Leigh Beadon
The trust and safety conversation tends to focus on the huge platforms, and the millions of smaller websites


Fears that FBI is using fear to control human behavior ... riests-usa
Fears Putin's 'hidden' puppets infiltrating the West as FBI issues spy warning
Since the early years of Vladimir Putin's presidency, the Russian Orthodox Church has seen a resurgence in its influence within and outside Russia.
Tue, Sep 26, 2023 ... ng-to-know
Trump Broke the Law by Holding a Glock, Former FBI Counsel Says: ‘Like a Child, Except Much More Serious’
Andrew Weissmann argues that even if he didn’t buy it, the former president committed wrongdoing just by holding a firearm in South Carolina ... ng-to-know
‘FBI: International’ Season 3 Cast, Release Date and Everything to Know
The third series in the FBI TV universe will return for Season 3
Published 09/25/23 ... 965957007/
AROUND ASCENSION PARISH: APSO captain graduates FBI National Academy
Michael Tortorich
Gonzales Weekly Citizen ... d-offices/
FBI Names New Special Agents in Charge of Detroit, Louisville Field Offices 
Steve5 Hours Ago
By Steve Neavling
The FBI field offices in Detroit and Louisville have new leaders. 
Cheyvoryea Gibson has been named special agent in charge of the Detroit Field ... scientists
Key details behind Nord Stream pipeline blasts revealed by scientists
Researchers in Norway reveal further analysis of 2022 explosions as well as a detailed timeline of events
Miranda Bryant in Oslo
Tue 26 Sep 2023 ... paign=post

The Biden administration has acknowledged neither its responsibility for the pipeline bombing nor the purpose of the sabotage
September 26,2023
I do not know much about covert CIA operations—no outsider can—but I do understand that the essential component of all successful missions is total deniability. The American men and women who moved, under cover, in and out of Norway in the months it took to plan and carry out the destruction of three of the four Nord Stream pipelines in the Baltic Sea a year ago left no traces—not a hint of the team’s existence—other than the success of their mission. 
Deniability, as an option for President Joe Biden and his foreign policy advisers, was paramount. No significant information about the mission was put on a computer, but instead typed on a Royal or perhaps a Smith Corona typewriter with a carbon copy or two, as if the Internet and the rest of the online world had yet to be invented. The White House was isolated from the goings-on near Oslo; various reports and updates from the field were directly provided to CIA Director Bill Burns, who was the only link between the planners and the president who authorized the mission to take place on September 26, 2022. Once the mission was completed, the typed papers and carbons were destroyed, thus leaving no physical trace—no evide ... n_letelier
Assassination on U.S. Soil: Orlando Letelier’s Son Seeks Justice for 1976 Bombing by Pinochet Regime
STORYSEPTEMBER 26, 2023 ... ou-without
EFF to Michigan Court: Governments Shouldn’t Be Allowed to Use a Drone to Spy on You Without a Warrant
SEPTEMBER 13, 2023 ... ll-matter/
Biden FCC Prepares To ‘Restore Net Neutrality,’ But The Details Will Matter
from the here-we-go-again dept
Tue, Sep 26th 2023 03:58pm - Karl Bode
Hey, remember when a bunch of unpopular broadband monopolies convinced a corrupt reality TV star to dismantle most oversight of their very broken industry? And remember how to accomplish this companies like AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast spread endless lies about what was actually happening, going so far as to use fake and even dead people to try and pretend the idea was broadly popular?
Good times.
Anyway, now that the FCC finally has a fifth Commissioner and Democrats finally have a voting majority after almost seven years of lobbyist-fueled bullshit, reports are emerging that indicate the agency is preparing to finally restore net neutrality rules. The FCC clearly leaked word to Bloomberg that the FCC will vote to begin the process of restoring net neutrality rules at an October 19 agency meeting:

Hello all,
We are ready for Wed. night's monthly meeting of the 9/11 and Other Deep State Crimes Teleconference. And it will be our first video call! Just below, you'll see the link to use to connect to the call. 
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Draft agenda for September 27, 2023
  Canadian doctor shares research on the dangers of Covid vaccines
Greetings all,
We have a very special 9/11 and Other Deep State Crimes Teleconference planned for this Wednesday night (Sept. 27). Our speaker is Dr. William Makis, a physician from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, who has expertise in radiology, oncology, and immunology. He is a University of Toronto scholar and a recipient of the Governor General’s Medal. He has also authored more than 100 peer-reviewed medical publications.
 William has been researching and writing prolifically on the mounting data that points to injuries and deaths caused by the Covid vaccine. He has written numerous articles about the topic for his own Substack page called Covid Intel and for the Global Research website.
 We’ll follow William’s presentation with an open discussion period that could include reports from different teleconference members on any 9/11 anniversary activities they are aware of or participated in (as time permits).
 It’s going to be a great call. Don’t miss it!
 Craig McKee
Cheryl Curtiss
DRAFT AGENDA for Wednesday September 27, 2023 teleconference
I Roll call/minutes approval/agenda approval (5 min)
II Covid vaccine dangers [William Makis] (30 min. + Q & A)
III Open discussion: 9/11 anniversary (as time permits)
IV Announcements
V Updates on 9/11 topics (as needed)
·  New articles, books, films, or recent news about 9/11 or other Deep State crimes
·  9/11 and the Deep State on the legal front, including current adjudicatory efforts by Lawyers for 9/11 Inquiry, JASTA, 28 pages, William Pepper’s efforts with AE911Truth against NIST and the Dept. of Commerce
·  Censorship and cognitive infiltration: new examples of censorship or harassment of members of the Truth community;  MSM treatment of 9/11 Truth
·  Google (et al.) censorship
·  9/11 Truth political candidates
VI  Adjournment 
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Hi all!

All systems are GO for our first Zoom teleconference on Wednesday at 8 pm EST, 5 pm PST. Here is the link (also the meeting ID and passcode, just in case you are asked for either of those):

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And our two speakers have been confirmed!. So we'll have Richard Gage doing 20 minutes plus Q&A on the similarities between 9/11 and Gaza followed by Richard Krushnic, who will do 30 minutes on the Ukraine War (Richard K. will start his presentation no later than 9 EST, 6 PST.)

The teleconference needs your participation. And this is a call (do we call them meetings now?) you won't want to miss!

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9/11 and Other Deep State Crimes Teleconference

Draft agenda for November 29, 2023, 8 pm EST, 5 pm PST

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Meeting ID: 820 4154 1551
Passcode: 325113

Adam Ruff on 9/11 infiltration and disinformation; Kelly David on her work with Gaza charity

Greetings all,

We have a great teleconference for you on Wednesday night. The meeting will be our second on Zoom.

We have two speakers lined up for you: longtime 9/11 researcher and media critic Adam Ruff will speak to us about recognizing and overcoming infiltration and disinformation in the 9/11 Truth Movement. Adam is one of the founders of We Are Change Los Angeles and is the founder of Unspun Newz.

Our second speaker will be former AE911Truth chief operating officer Kelly David. Kelly is vice-president of Palestine Charity Team, which helps poor families in Gaza. She will tell us about the efforts of the organization to cope with the unprecedented destruction, hardship, and death being caused by the Israel military’s assault on Gaza.

It should be a fascinating night. See you there!

Craig McKee
Cheryl Curtiss

DRAFT AGENDA for Wednesday November 29, 2023 teleconference

I Roll call/minutes approval/agenda approval (5 min)
II Infiltration of 9/11 truth [Adam Ruff] (20 min. + Q & A)
III Coping with the assault on Gaza [Kelly David] (20 min. + Q & A)
IV Announcements
V Updates on 9/11 topics (as needed)
· New articles, books, films, or recent news about 9/11 or other Deep State crimes
· 9/11 and the Deep State on the legal front, including current adjudicatory efforts by Lawyers for 9/11 Inquiry, JASTA, 28 pages, William Pepper’s efforts with AE911Truth against NIST and the Dept. of Commerce
· Censorship and cognitive infiltration: new examples of censorship or harassment of members of the Truth community; MSM treatment of 9/11 Truth
· Google (et al.) censorship
· 9/11 Truth political candidates
VI Adjournment
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Postby fruhmenschen » Tue Mar 26, 2024 10:16 am ... -requests/
The National Archives is So Underfunded that It Will Take 600 Years to Fulfill Some FOIA Requests
By John Kiriakou - March 25, 2024 ... e-privacy/
Musk made hay of his legal battle against secret surveillance but continued selling X user data to a company that facilitates government monitoring.
Sam Biddle March 25 2024
Dear Friend,
I felt honored and humbled to be included among those speaking at a Congressional Press Conference on the WHO last month.  My remarks were entitled, “The Goal is Total Control.” 
Together with the proposed Amendments to the International Health Regulations, the WHO Pandemic Treaty presents the greatest threat to freedom the world has ever faced.  Public health is being used a tool for total control.  This is not a public health issue – but an instrument to introduce Chinese-style totalitarianism to the United States and worldwide.  Learn more by watching my speech. ... -shopping/
US Courts Finally Trying To Crack Down On Judicial Shopping
Legal Issues
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Thu, Mar 21st 2024 04:06pm - Mike Masnick
This took way too long, but it appears that Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and the Judicial Conference have finally decided to crack down on the serious problem of judicial shopping in the federal courts. They’ve set a new policy that will hopefully result in a more random allocation of cases to judges.
Jurisdiction shopping has been a problem for quite some time. You could argue that the creation of the Court of Appeals ... estinians/
In Unprecedented Asylum Case, UK Recognizes Israel’s Persecution of Palestinians
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NY Jails, Prisoners Must Submit Their Abuse Grievances to Their Abusers
Legal victories by LGBTQ people and youth of color face rollbacks amid the rise of new, reactionary sheriffs.
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by: Tim Renaud Posted: Mar 25, 2024 ... 070099007/
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— Ashland Police Chief Cara Rossi said Friday that she wished she handled her first meeting with a Natick dispatcher who was sexually assaulted by a Natick police sergeant differently.
But Rossi, during a Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission hearing, said she was worried about the victim and was worried about her well-being.
"I had an obligation to do more," said Rossi, who was a Natick police lieutenant in 2020. "I know that. I wish I had. At the time, ... -elections
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Published March 25, 2024
In January, California became the first state to prohibit the medical term from many official proceedings. Now, lawmakers in Colorado, Hawaii, Minnesota, and New York are considering bills that also would rein in how the excited delirium concept is used.
Excited delirium’ falls out of favor as diagnosis, but police push back
The new spate of state proposals, driven by families who lost relatives after encounters with law enforcement, marks an important step in doing away with a concept that critics say spurs police to overuse lethal force ... erals-race
Spy vs. Spy: US to enlist FBI, CIA in critical minerals race
Intelligence agencies can help keep American critical mineral companies competitive, say Senators Craig Guthrie ... aturestack
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The Judge Rotenberg Educational Center in Canton is the only facility in the country that still uses electrical stimulation devices.
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Another federal government program to fight foreign disinformation falls flat.
Ken Klippenstein
March 25 2024 ... um=reader2
Netherlands government states that providing documentary evidence on its reservation (or not) submitted to the WHO re the 2022 IHR amendments could interfere with its diplomatic relations
If they never made a reservation then there would be no document. But there is a document and it is being withheld
MERYL NASS MD MAR 26, 2024 ... am-program
Louisiana coroner accused of child abuse cuts sexual assault exam program
Christopher Tape, indicted in 2022 before charges were dismissed, says office will stop giving exam that helps collect key evidence
Ramon Antonio Vargas in New Orleans Tue 26 Mar 2024
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Caroline Myss - Waiting for Clear Skies
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MATTHEW PETTI | 4.26.2024 ... 77504.html
Report: FBI finds holes in James Comey's testimony on Huma Abedin


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'X-Files' Gillian Anderson Reminisces About Her Time in the FBI with Taylor Swift MemeGillian Anderson quoted Taylor Swift's 'Who's Afraid of Little Old Me?' on X (formerly known as Twitter) to pay homage to her role as FBI Special Agent Dana. ... l-season3/
This Chicago Med Star Joining FBI: International Season 3 Will Save the Show
FBI reveals US states with the worst cybercrime... is YOUR hometown a target?
* New data from the FBI revealed the states with the most cyberattacks
* Alaska was top of the list with 319 cyberattacks per 100,000 residents
* Join 509,000 people who get Tech Expert Kim Komando’s free newsletter 
By DAILYMAIL.COM REPORTER PUBLISHED: 12:47 EDT, 27 April 2024 ... ness-test/
UAlbany students take part in FBI special agent physical fitness test
by: Courtney Ward, Ric Easton
Posted: Apr 26, 2024 ... 32999.html
We hired a professional comic-book artist to tell the incredible true story of the FBI's bust of a conspiracy to kidnap Michigan's Governor

Jury learns of rogue FBI informants in Whitmer kidnap case — but not full story
Tresa Baldas
Detroit Free Press ... informant/
The Informant at the Heart of the Gretchen Whitmer Kidnapping Plot Was a Liability. So Federal Agents Shut Him Up.
Trevor Aaronson, Eric L. VanDussen March 6 2024, 1:30 p.m. ... f599ebc17f
Lawyers: FBI lured men for Michigan Gov. Whitmer kidnap plot
Published 4:04 PM EDT, March 9, 2022 ... mer-trial/
“It becomes really dicey when there are nearly as many informants as there are defendants,” a former federal prosecutor told The Intercept.
Trevor Aaronson March 9 2022 ... r-AA1nzVU5
FBI failed to search 'hidden room' at Mar-a-Lago — according to Trump's own lawyers
Story by Brad Reed ... um=reader2
Britain would have to hand over 20% of vaccines under pandemic treaty
The Telegraph, today, writes a cautionary tale about the WHO
MERYL NASS APR 28, 2024 ... gent-says/
Brett Kavanaugh “Changed His Mind” on “Law-Breaking President” Ex-FBI Special Agent Says
by Aurora DeStefano in Daily Edition | April 27, 2024
Lawyer Asha Rangappa, former FBI Special Agent-turned-ABC News legal analyst, responded: “Weird. In 2009, Kavanaugh wrote a law review article specifically contemplating criminal prosecutions for Presidents after they leave office, and noting that this possibility provides a check on a ‘bad-behaving or law-breaking’ President. I guess he just changed his mind for some reason.”
Brett Kavanaugh's report on Vincent Foster's death includes evidence of a murder cover-up.
Welcome to our website about the murder of Vince Foster, Deputy White House Counsel under President Clinton.  Brett Kavanaugh was in charge of the Foster death investigation and led the cover-up inside the Office of the Independent Counsel.  A federal court ordered Independent Counsel Ken Starr to include evidence, found in government records, of an FBI cover-up, to the final Report ... truth2.pdf
My sinister battle with Brett Kavanaugh over the truth – by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
The Telegraph•October 3, 2018 ... arity.html
Kansas City cop allegedly stole $320,000 from anti-crime charity
ROB BESCHIZZA SAT APR 27, 2024 ... misconduct
More than 20 senior DC cops to be dismissed, including several due to alleged serious misconduct
Police said 12 of the officers are being dismissed due to serious misconduct
By Landon Mion Fox News ... e33ba3415b
Dozens of deaths reveal risks of injecting sedatives into people restrained by police
BY RYAN J. FOLEY, CARLA K. JOHNSON AND SHELBY LUM April 26, 2024 ... obarbital/
Evidence points to Absolute Standards as the source of a lethal drug the Trump administration used to restart federal executions after 17 years.
Lauren Gill, Daniel Moritz-Rabson
April 25 2024 ... troubling/

RFK Jr tells EWTN: Politicization of the CIA, FBI, Secret Service under Biden is ‘very troubling’ ... r-AA1nJvKL
The FBI continues to protect politicians in high places and to ignore Jeffrey Epstein's victims even after reaching $139 million settlement for botched Larry Nassar investigation
Story by (Jacob Shamsian)
Merson filed the lawsuit, initially on behalf of 12 Epstein accusers, against the FBI in February. It alleges the law enforcement agency knew about the well-connected financier's serial sexual abuse of girls since at least the mid-1990s — and did nothing to stop him.
The agency ignored numerous tips and pleas from victims as early as the 1990s, according to the lawsuit. And the FBI also failed to act when visas and passports were issued for girls who flew on his plane — actions that should have required background checks, the lawsuit alleges. ... m-response
Webinar: On the frontlines of care: Crisis intervention team response
Hear directly from those at the helm of these critical operations, as they share their challenges, successes and vision for the future of crisis intervention
April 15, 2024
Register to attend this webinar on Monday, June 17, at 1 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. CT / 10 a.m. PT by completing the “Register for this Police1 Webinar” box on this page!
Join Policing Matters podcast host Jim Dudley for an enlightening live event where our panel of experts will delve into the inner workings of law enforcement crisis intervention teams (CITs). Attend this event to gain an in-depth understanding of how law enforcement agencies are addressing mental health crises, de-escalating potentially volatile situations, and working to protect both the community and individuals in crisis. This is a unique opportunity to hear directly from those at the helm of these critical operations, as they share their challenges, successes and vision for the future of crisis intervention.
Our panel of experts will discuss multiple facets of the CIT model — from conception and implementation to the specialized training officers undergo, and the impact these teams have had on their communities. The conversation will not only focus on the present state of crisis intervention but will also address the evolving landscape of mental health in law enforcement. ... n-heritage
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12 DC police officers with history of "serious misconduct" dismissed amid police reform
Mary Walrath-Holdridge April 26,2024 USA TODAY ... e-by-race/
People shot to death by U.S. police 2017-2024, by race
Published by Statista Research Department, Mar 11, 2024
Sadly, the trend of fatal police shootings in the United States seems to only be increasing, with a total 178 civilians having been shot, 32 of whom were Black, as of March 5, 2024. In 2023, there were 1,163 fatal police shootings. Additionally, the rate of fatal police shootings among Black Americans was much higher than that for any other ethnicity, standing at 6 fatal shootings per million of the population per year between 2015 and March 2024. ... -by-police
Jan 12, 2023 — More than 1000 people died at the hands of law enforcement in 2022 and wide racial disparities persisted among those deaths. ... -genocide/

Crackdowns on Protests Are Exposing Higher Ed’s Complicity in Israel’s Genocide
Student protests are ramping up, and university administrations are menacing students with police and surveillance.
By Frances Madeson , TRUTHOUT ... um=reader2
Oklahoma House passes bill denying jurisdiction in the state to WHO, UN and WEF, 72 to 21
Off to the Senate!
MERYL NASS APR 26, 2024 ... um=reader2
Bird Flu, Censorship & 100 Day Vaccines: 7 Predictions for “The Next Pandemic”
Kit Knightly in the Off Guardian predicts how the "next" pandemic will be handled
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