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Postby fruhmenschen » Thu Jun 29, 2023 4:56 pm ... s-maryland
A police chief who became a serial arsonist is sentenced to life terms, plus 75 years
June 28, 20233:02 PM ET
Bill Chappell ... ce-academy
-- Southwest Harbor has hired a former Machias police officer who was accused a decade ago of assaulting and groping women during arrests and who sued his former employer for wrongful termination.
Richard Strout is the newest police officer with the Southwest Harbor Police Department, the department said Tuesday on its Facebook page. The post said Strout left law enforcement 12 years ago but is returning to a “profession he loves.” ... e-officers
S. FLORIDA TIMES— APRIL 26, 2023 ... rm-debate/
Rehiring ‘Bad Cops’ Adds Another Flashpoint to Police Reform Debate
BY ANDREA CIPRIANO ... ts-1511313
New Study Suggests Previously Fired Cops Continue Bad Behavior When Hired At New Police Departments
Oct 7, 2022 - News
D.C. forced to rehire 36 fired cops and give $14M in back pay
Cuneyt Dil ... =100442386
Police board votes to fire 2 New Haven officers involved in arrest that left Randy Cox paralyzed
The vote came after the New Haven police chief recommended termination.
ByDeena Zaru
June 28, 2023, 8:40 PM ... le-nothing
FBI Knew Proud Boys Were Prepping to “Kill People,” Did Nothing
A new Senate report savages the FBI and DHS for ignoring p
FBI Knew Proud Boys Were Prepping to “Kill People,” Did Nothing
A new Senate report savages the FBI and DHS for ignoring pre–January 6 intel ... n_partner/
FBI creates January 6 using FBI informants/agent provocateurs
Senate probe finds DHS, FBI ignored "massive" amount of intel before Jan. 6 insurrection
“The agencies failed to fulfill their mission and connect the public and nonpublic information they received"
JUNE 28, 2023 ... fy-defense
FBI Informants Who Marched With Proud Boys on Jan. 6 Will Testify for Their Defense
FBI informants are being called as witnesses in the Proud Boys’ high-profile seditious conspiracy trial—by the defense.
By Tess Owen
January 13, 2023

FBI informants we’re prepping Proud Boys to kill people.
FBI Knew Proud Boys Were Prepping to “Kill People,” Did Nothing
A new Senate report savages the FBI and DHS for ignoring pre–January 6 intel.
Anybody out there ever been savaged by the Senate?
Similar to a drive by nothing.
The End of Suburbia (2004) - Documentary on peak oil and the collapse of the economy ... jan-6-riot
Proud Boys defense claims law enforcement had at least 40 undercover agents at Jan 6 riot
by ALEC SCHEMMEL | The National DeskThu, April 6th 2023, 4:46 PM EDT ... -failures/
Senate panel finds more pre-Jan. 6 intelligence failures by FBI, DHS
Committee report cites striking FBI shortcomings, says DHS analysts were hesitant in the wake of criticism from handling of George Floyd protests
By Devlin Barrett
June 27, 2023 ... story.html
Proud Boy FBI informant testifies to knowing nothing of planned Jan. 6 attack
By Brian Niemietz
New York Daily News
Mar 29, 2023 at 8:22 pm ... 021-04-26/
Before Jan. 6, FBI collected information from at least 4 Proud Boys
By Aram Roston
April 26, 2021 ... fe7743c920
Capitol riot: FBI informant testifies for Proud Boys defense
prosecutors disclosed Wednesday, March 22, 2023, that a witness expected to testify for the defense at the seditious conspiracy trial of former Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio and four associates was secretly acting as a government informant for nearly two years after the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, a defense lawyer said in a court filing. Carmen Hernandez, a lawyer for Rehl, asked a judge to schedule an immediate emergency hearing and suspend the trial “until these issues have been considered and resolved.” (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)
March 29, 2023 ... mants.html

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.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters in Washington. The F.B.I. had informants working alongside the Proud Boys leading up to the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol.
By Alan Feuer and Zach Montague
March 24, 2023
Over the past two months, one subject has repeatedly come up at the trial of ... rmant.html
Among Those Who Marched Into the Capitol on Jan. 6: An F.B.I. Informant
A member of the far-right Proud Boys texted his F.B.I. handler during the assault, but maintained the group had no plan in advance to enter the Capitol and disrupt the election certification ... al-1793094
Proud Boys Attorney Wants to Unmask Informants During Jan. 6 Trial
BY MATTHEW IMPELLI ON 4/6/23 AT 2:48 PM EDT ... -doc19.pdf
ISCAP APPEAL NO. 2012-048, document no. 19 DECLASSIFICATION DATE: July 8, 2015
Workplan: Issues Relating to The FBI Informant with Whom 9/11 Hijackers Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdhar Resided
Dana Lesemann Michael Jacobson ... 4-vol1.htm
Union Calendar No. 237

A new Frontline documentary details the case of the “Liberty City Seven,” a group of men the FBI coached into pledging allegiance to Al Qaeda.
Alice Speri
August 14 2021 ... court-911/
An FBI Informant’s Unlikely Role in Upcoming Supreme Court Case on Surveillance of Muslims ... nter-bomb/
FBI Informant says he built World Trade Center bomb
Published Dec. 15, 1993|Updated Oct. 10, 2005 ... -shooting/
FBI files suggest that agents consulted Seddique Mateen when trying to determine whether his son Omar posed a security threat.
Trevor Aaronson
March 26 2018, 5:58 p.m.
FBI Informant Julia Clarice Brown Criticizes Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Call for Reparations 3/28/68 ... i-informer
Martin Luther King friend and photographer was FBI informant
Ernest Withers, who was trusted by civil rights leader to sit in on strategy meetings spied on black activists and white radicals
FBI Informant Ernest Wither photographs Martin Luther King
seconds after bullet hits MLK in the head. ... lk-jowers/
FBI never investigated man court found culpable for Martin Luther King Jr. assassination
Despite confessing to, and being found liable in court for, the MLK assassination, the Bureau didn’t investigate Loyd Jowers
Written by Emma North-Best ... ts-changed
Whitey Bulger trial and the FBI: How have rules about informants changed?
James 'Whitey' Bulger is not the only one facing scrutiny as his trial begins Tuesday. So is the FBI, which infamously used Bulger as an informant for years. Today the FBI relies more heavily than ever on confidential informants, but under new rules.
By Mark Clayton Staff writer
Corrupt FBI Let FBI Informant Whitey Bulger Keep Killing
The federal government has gone to great lengths to avoid a proper reckoning for other officials who aided and abetted Bulger’s reign.
By Gene Healy ... n-the-u-s/
‘Falling in love with your rat’: The criminal informant system in the US
In her fully revised book, Harvard Law Professor Alexandra Natapoff argues that snitching undermines justice and recommends what we should do about it.
Nov 18, 2022 By Jeff Neal ... documents/
Whitey Bulger FBI, Bureau of Prisons, DOJ, INTERPOL Files, Congressional & Court Documents
Whitey Bulger FBI, Bureau of Prisons, DOJ, INTERPOL Files, Congressional Reports/Hearings & Court Documents
 This collection contains 11,530 pages of material.
Twitter Files' Matt Taibbi says FBI, IRS are targeting him | The Chris Hedges Report
The Real News Network ... k-serpico/

“A policeman’s first obligation is to be responsible to the needs of the community he serves…The problem is that the atmosphere does not yet exist in which an honest police officer can act without fear of ridicule or reprisal from fellow officers. We create an atmosphere in which the honest officer fears the dishonest officer, and not the other way around.” ... -students/
Prosecutor: Cop fled during massacre, put own life ahead of students’
June 26, 2023
By TERRY SPENCER ... /johnruch/
‘Cop City’ policing is ripe for a federal civil rights investigation
by John Ruch
June 26, 2023 ... uit-2023-6
A Louisville cop used police databases to stalk a woman and extort her for nude photos, a lawsuit alleges
Michelle Mark Jun 26, 2023 ... -all-time/
Udo Ulfkotte Exposed the CIA’s Role in Controlling Worldwide Media in his book “Journalists For Hire” and Should Be Celebrated Among the Great Whistleblowers of All-Time
By Olga Peterson - June 13, 2023 ... dium=email
The New York Times Spreads Misinformation Again
And it's the same writer, over and over
JUN 26 2023
I’ve been taking a summer break from writing new posts because I’ve been asked to turn my newsletter posts into a book on Copaganda. As with my last book, my plan is to donate all royalties to a community-based organization that fights against police violence, and to have free copies available to all teachers and to all high school, college, and graduate students who want them. We will also have free copies available to all people who want one and who are confined in jails and prisons, and to folks organizing in their community against police violence.
But I needed to send a post today because, once again, the New York Times has allowed one of its most notorious pro-police writers to publish yet another irresponsible article emailed to millions of paid subscribers in the NYT’s flagship “The Morning” newsletter.
Protesting for Civil Rights Causes MURDER and the Only Solution Is More Cops
Today’s article is a smorgasboard of copaganda, but I want to focus on two recurring themes. First, the author yet again baselessly claims that the George Floyd protests for racial justice and civil rights caused more murders. Second, the author yet again baselessly claims that more cops reduces violence. Each of these outrageous claims are supported by vague, anonymous reference to “experts, ” who are, again, portrayed as operating with some kind of consensus.
If you haven’t read it yet, this would be a good time for you to read my prior essay that dissects much of this unethical misinformation by this same reporter over the last several years, as well as all of the tactics used in this article: ... don-fields
Faced with a violent killing, a family chooses forgiveness over prison
Donald Fields Jr faced a life sentence after he was charged with his father’s murder. Instead, his case became a pioneering instance of restorative justice
by Oliver Laughland in Durham, North Carolina
Mon 26 Jun 2023 07.00 EDT
Last modified on Mon 26 Jun 2023 07.16 EDT ... llegations
West Virginia state police face damning claims: ‘The more we dug, the worse it stunk’
An anonymous letter detailed abuses including hidden cameras, theft, kidnapping, druggings and rape – and their cover-up
Maya Yang
Mon 26 Jun 2023 08.00 EDT
Last modified on Mon 26 Jun 2023 08.16 EDT ... be-reality
Scientists Plan to Measure Distorted Time in Deep Space to Probe Reality
Pockets of warped time in distant galaxies could shed light on dark energy, dark matter, and the existence of an undiscovered “fifth force.”
By Becky Ferreira
June 23, 2023 ... e/#respond
Journalist Randy Credico Has Been Placed on Ukrainian Terrorist “Kill-List” via CIA Project Website
By Ron Ridenour - June 23, 2023 ... e-coverage
Iowa meteorologist resigns after death threats over climate crisis coverage
Chris Gloninger says he developed post-traumatic stress disorder and will resign from job after 18 years at Des Moines’s KCCI
Maya Yang
Sat 24 Jun 2023
Civil War in Russia? Wagner Troops Rebellion - SCOTT RITTER
The Scamerican Century ... dium=email
Day 3 from the CDC (Centers for Disinformation, Criminality and Prevarication)
When it was over I ran out and bought flowers, pizza and got a car wash--a ceremonial cleanse of the bad juju
JUN 24, 2023
I didn’t want to dive down into the CDC sewer for a second time today and recreate today’s ACIP meeting so I could write it up. But then I realized I really have to come to grips with the fact that our culture has spawned a bumper crop of Stepford wives/lemmings/robotic gibberish producers and we have to figure out how to bring them back to life or at least reprogram them so they are good for something. I hope to write more on that large topic later.
The mission of CDC and the ACIP members is to sign off on all possible vaccines as safe and effective, and to never turn over any stones that could reveal anything different. Then to roll all vaccines out to as broad a group of humans as humanly possible.
To that end, the ACIP members are presented with bits of partial information. They never ask for more. And everyone speaks in code, which is why I started watching the meetings, because they are hard for normal people to understand, and I felt they needed a translator.
Today’s meeting began with Monkeypox vaccines. There are two, because both were intended for smallpox. ACAM2000 was purchased starting 25 years ago and after the anthrax letters a dose was bought for every American—after the old smallpox vaccine that was stored frozen for decades was destroyed, allegedly to save money on electricity.
Let me remind you that monkeypox is essentially like shingles. CDC tried to make it seem serious with some gruesome photos today, then admitted they were of end-stage AIDS patients with monkeypox too. It is a mild disease and there is no need for a vaccine for 99.9% of people; and ... te-lawyer/
Chris Christie won’t fire FBI Director Christopher Wray, who was his Bridgegate lawyer
By Josh Christenson
June 23, 2023 4:12pm Updated
Oliver “Buck” Revell, (ret.)
Mr. Revell is President of Revell Group International, Inc., Rowlett, Dallas County, Texas; he serves as the Executive Vice President of Rogue DNA, Inc of Vancouver, Canada, as a Trustee of the Center for American & International Law, Plano, Texas; a director of Vance Security USA, Inc., Oakton Virginia; the Chairman, Board of Directors, Middle East Media Research Institute, (MEMRI) Washington, DC; and Senior Advisor to Synfuels International, Inc. of Dallas, Texas.
He served for five years as an Officer and Aviator in the U.S. Marine Corps, leaving active duty in 1964 as a Captain. He then served 30 years as a Special Agent and Senior Executive of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (1964-1994). From 1980 until 1991 he served in FBI Headquarters first as Assistant Director in charge of Criminal Investigations (including terrorism); then as Associate Deputy Director he was in charge of the Investigative, Intelligence, Counter-Terrorism, Training, Laboratory and International programs of the Bureau (1985-91). He served as a member of the President’s Council on Integrity and Efficiency (1980-91), the National Foreign Intelligence Board (1987-91), and the Senior Review Group, Vice President’s Task Force on Terrorism (1985-1986). Mr. Revell also served as Vice Chairman of the Interagency Group for Counter-Intelligence (1985-91), and on the Terrorist Crisis Management Committee of the National Security Council. In September 1987, Mr. Revell was placed in charge of a joint FBI/CIA/U.S. military operation (Operation Goldenrod) which led to the first apprehension overseas of an international terrorist. President Reagan commended him for his leadership of this endeavor. On May 1, 1992 the Attorney General ordered Mr. Revell to Los Angeles placing him in command of joint Federal law enforcement efforts to suppress the riots and civil disorder; he also coordinated the law enforcement activities of the assigned Military Forces. He received the Attorney General’s Special Commendation Award for this endeavor. He was Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of the Dallas Division of the FBI at the time of his retirement in September 1994. He retired with the rank of Associate Deputy Director. ... -dismissed
Lawsuit over bombing of Flight 103 dismissed
By Deseret News
May 7, 2001
Lawsuit over bombing of Flight 103 dismissed
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed a libel lawsuit filed by a former FBI official who was alleged to have had advance knowledge of the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
Oliver "Buck" Revell, a retired FBI associate deputy director, complained that a book, "The Oklahoma City Bombing and the Politics of Terror," accused him of allowing the mass murder of the 259 people on board the flight and 11 more on the ground.
The book, by David M. Hoffman, said Revell had prior knowledge of the bombing and pulled his son and daughter-in-law off the plane in London. ... a_djvu.txt

Full text of "Oklahoma City Bombing and the Politics of Terror" ... LUME_EIGHT

Oliver Buck Revell
AJ Weberman
PAM AM 103 - 10 Years later too hot to touch?
Written by Hart Lidov and posted at the Columbia Journalism Review, USA ... -innocent/
FBI Agent Blasts Scottish Report Outlining Reasons Why “Lockerbie Bomber” Might be Innocent
Posted on March 19, 2012 by Mark Godsey | 2 Comments
I’ve blogged here and here about questions as to whether Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi, known as “The Lockerbie Bomber,” might have been wrongfully convicted, as many believe.  An 800-page report by the Scottish CCRC the has identified 6 areas of concern in the case that point to innocence, including the fact that the FBI allegedly paid witnesses for their testimony.  But an FBI agent, Oliver “Buck” Revell, who was in charge of investigating the case has now come out firing, claiming that the FBI never paid witnesses, and that the report is not complete or credible because the FBI was never interviewed or consulted regarding the facts.  Details here.  More here.
The Maltese Double Cross (Lockerbie 1994) ... ommentary/
Durham’s ‘chilling’ revelations, what RFK Jr. gets right and other commentary
By Post Editorial Board
June 23, 2023 ... -to-court/
Court Slams FBI For Saying It's Okay For The Federal Government To Lie To A Court
Legal Issues
from the who-watches-the-watchers? dept
Fri, May 6th 2011 12:12pm - Mike Masnick
A few months back, we pointed out how the EFF had discovered that the FBI was extremely arbitrary in how it redacted information on Freedom of Information Act requests. There are specific rules about what should be redacted and what should be allowed. However, the EFF received the same documents from separate requests, and found totally different sections redacted. Not only did this suggest how arbitrary the process was, it also allowed them to see some of what was redacted in the “other” document — and discover that it never should have been redacted.
Now, the EFF is pointing to a recent ruling that shows the FBI apparently feels it’s free to go much further than just arbitrary redacting. In a different case, a district court has slammed the FBI for both lying about what records it actually had in response to an FOIA request by pretending certain records did not exist (even though they did) and then redacting portions of the document, claiming that they were outside the scope of the request… when they were not. The court is clearly not pleased. It also did not buy the government’s silly claim that revealing that the FBI lied would be a threat to national security or that it’s fine for the federal government to simply lie to a court, in the name of “national security.”
After court ordered the FBI to submit full versions of the records in camera, along with a new declaration about the agency’s search, the FBI revealed for the first time that it had materially and fundamentally mislead the court in its earlier filings. The unaltered versions of the documents showed that the information the agency had withheld as outside the scope was actually well within the scope of the plaintiffs FOIA request. The government also admitted it had a large number of additional responsive documents that it hadn’t told the plaintiffs or the court about. Id. at 7-8.
If these revelations weren’t bad enough, the FBI also argued FOIA allows it to mislead the court where it believes revealing information would compromise national security.Id. at 9. The FBI also argued, that its initial representations to the Court were not technically false because although the information might have been factually responsive to the plaintiffs FOIA request, it was legally nonresponsive.Id. at 9, n. 4 (emphasis added).
The court noted, this argument is indefensible,id. at 9-10, and held, the FOIA does not permit the government to withhold responsive information from the court ... tter&sd=pf
Why They Keep happening And What Needs To Be Examined and Done
MAY 4, 2023 ... g-scandal/
NYC sergeant says FBI scapegoated him in China spying scandal
By Isabel Vincent
June 24, 2023 ... -boylston/
State officials investigate cheating at police academies in Holyoke, Boylston
By Nick Stoico Globe Correspondent,Updated June 24, 2023 ... ce-neglect
Fights, beatings and a birth: Videos smuggled out of L.A. jails reveal violence, neglect
JUNE 24, 2023 ... protesters
POLITICS Published June 28, 2023 3:52pm EDT
Gaetz demands answers on how FBI agents who kneeled for 2020 protesters allegedly got 'plum' promotions
Gaetz said the 'FBI's behavior is demoralizing' to law enforcement from the local to the federal levels ... -murderer/
DOJ Releases Report On Minneapolis PD, Says It’s No Surprise This Problematic Cop Shop Produced A Murderer
from the broken-on-every-conceivable-level dept
Fri, Jun 23rd 2023 07:39pm - Tim Cushing
Any investigative report of any police department in the United States composed by the DOJ’s Civil Rights division can be described as “scathing.” Bad cops doing bad things trigger these investigations, which invariably find evidence of biased policing, excessive force deployment, and a general disregard — if not actual disdain — for the people these departments are supposed to be serving.
This investigation of the Minneapolis PD was triggered by the rarest of occurrences: the murder conviction of Officer Derek Chauvin for spending nearly 10 minutes with his knee pressed to unarmed black man George Floyd’s neck — an act that would have been considered, at minimum, metaphorically reprehensible even if it hadn’t continued for three minutes after another officer informed Chauvin he could not detect a pulse.
Minneapolis burned, much like Los Angeles did thirty years ago following the brutal beating of a black man by white cops. Los Angeles is still overseen by terrible cops, showing it takes more than a few weeks of civil eruption to change the status quo. And, if history is any indication

Copaganda ... cop-event/
John Guilfoil Public Relations
Littleton Police Department Invites Community to Smoothie With a Cop EventLITTLETON — Chief Matthew Pinard and the Littleton Police Department invite community members to join Littleton Police officers for... ... ith-a-cop/
GV Wire
Air Your Neighborhood Concerns at Wednesday’s ‘Coffee With a Cop’Residents in Fresno's central district neighborhoods can air their concerns and learn more about police department operations Wednesday... ... b5639.html
Brattleboro Reformer
PHOTOS: Coffee with a Cop | Multimedia | reformer.comBrattleboro Police Officer Ryan Washburn talks with Brattleboro Select Board member Franz Reichsman during a "Coffee with a Cop" event at... ... estigation
The best FBI books
Who picked these books? Meet our 115 experts. ... ow-so-far/
Hidden Remote
FBI season 6 release updates and everything we know so farFBI season 6 cast · Missy Peregrym as Special Agent Maggie Bell · Z ... dland-bay/
Coffee with a Cop, Redland Bay
Senior Constable Brendon Winslow on Jun 26, 2023 @ 11:25am
Bayside District Crime Prevention (DCPC) are hosting a Coffee with a Cop event and would love to see you there. ... succesful/
PARIS, TEXAS – Members of the Paris Police Department held Pizza and Popsicles with Cops events at several locati ... ts-ranked/
The 15 Best Movies About FBI Agents, Ranked
MOLLY POHLIG ... e7d7f.html
Rene Lacombe, Jefferson Parish Sheriff's office patrol supervisor, completes FBI Academy
27-year veteran is an east bank watch commander
By DREW BROACH | ... 1b32d.html
Weekend Watchlist: What's new on streamingFBI TRUE: Experience the adrenaline-pumping world of FBI TRUE as agents share firsthand accounts of their high-stakes missions, unveiling shocking details... ... 1b32d.html
Rome native's mob book being made into a movie
By: Joleen Ferris Jun 23, 2023
'Class of '09' Ending Explained: Does the Team Shut Down ...Now that he has begun to recover (he spends most of the episode using a very sharp-looking cane) he turns to Poet, the FBI's most talented investigator ... ogy-award/

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Dighton Police Sgt. George Nichols Receives FBI-LEEDA Trilogy Award
Chief Shawn Cronin, on behalf of the Dighton Police Department, would like to congratulate Sgt. George Nichols for earning the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy Award after successfully completing three advanced law enforcement training courses this month.
June 23, 2023 ... al-rights/
The Socialist Workers Party and defense of constitutional rights
Vol. 87/No. 24
July 3, 202 ... f-delayed/
Drugs, gun trial for Johnson County sheriff delayed
by Monica Brich June 24,2023 ... ite-house/
Hunter skates thanks to corruption, then hobnobs in a tux at White House
By David Harsanyi
June 23, 2023 ... 342900007/
Op/Ed: Is DOJ treating Trump same as Clinton, Biden and Pence? Nope, and it's not right.
John Moor
June 24,2023 ... on-laptop/
Whistleblower: ‘No way of knowing’ if evidence of ‘other criminal activity’ existed about Bidens on laptop
June 24, 2023 ... leblowers/

Who is lying? Merrick Garland or the whistleblowers?
BY JONATHAN TURLEY, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR - 06/24/23 10:30 AM ET ... w-desantis
Federal judge temporarily blocks Florida law restricting drag shows
Kathryn Varn ... am-report/
Rep. Spartz requests FBI to provide recordings cited in Durham report
“I remain deeply troubled that the individuals who abused both the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and the FISA process have not been held accountable”, Spartz said. “There are also still many questions that need to be answered, so we can implement proper policy reforms.” ... story.html
Chicago Tribune
Naperville cop accused of illegal license plate check ... ced-phone/
BSO: Aventura cop illegally held 2 at gunpoint over girlfriend’s misplaced phone ... referendum
Atlanta activists in drive to put fate of controversial ‘Cop City’ on ballot
Officials approve petition that allows organizers to move forward with a historic referendum on huge police training complex
Timothy Pratt in Atlanta
Sat 24 Jun 2023 ... bout-elite
A Warning to Journalists About Elite Academia
Two Harvard professors propose the greatest expansion of the police bureaucracy in Western history.
NOV 3, 2022
Two Harvard professors recently published an article called “The Injustice of Under-Policing in America” in the American Journal of Law and Equality. The Harvard professors call for 500,000 more armed cops, who will arrest 7.8 million more people per year.
In other words, these two professors are proposing the greatest expansion of militarized police and surveillance in modern Western history, and they call it “the only way” to live up to “progressive” and “egalitarian” commitments.
The article reveals systemic ethical and intellectual flaws in elite academia. A number of leading researchers, scholars, students, journalists, and organizers have asked me to critique the article because of my relatively safe position outside academia and the enormous stakes as the U.S. stands on the precipice of fascism. I think what follows is one of my most important posts, and I dedicate it to all of the students and junior faculty afraid to speak up about pervasive intellectual and moral flaws in what passes for elite education and scholarship. ... race-suit/
White undercover NYC detective says he was targeted by colleagues for his race
By Jacob Geanous
June 24, 2023 ... ng-workers
Restaurant Hired 'Priest' to 'Get the Sins Out' of Confessing Workers
The sins in question included being late for work and having “bad intentions” towards management.
By Jules Roscoe
June 23, 2023 ... -stations/
Broadband ISP Customer Satisfaction Ranked Second Worst, Above Only Gas Stations
from the we-don't-have-to-care dept
Fri, Jun 23rd 2023 03:45pm - Karl Bode ... -requests/
UC Berkeley Holds Thousands of Native Remains Despite Repatriation Requests
Despite decades of opposition, the university still holds over 9,000 Native remains — a source of grief for tribes.
By Tyler Walicek , TRUTHOUT
June 25, 2023 ... who-criti/
Whistleblower: FBI threatened to fire agents who criticized emphasis on Jan. 6 investigations
By Kerry Picket - The Washington Times
June 25, 2023 ... re-muslim/
FBI’s secret “watchlist” revealed 98 percent of names are Muslim
POSTED: SUNDAY 06.25.2023 ... -cover-up/
Susan Shelley: The Hunter Biden investigation was the cover-up
By SUSAN SHELLEY | | Orange County Register
PUBLISHED: June 25, 2023 ... n-attacks/
The inconvenient facts of ‘weaponization’ attacks
June 25, 2023 at 12:01 pm
By Jackie Calmes
Syndicated columnist ... c73d8.html
‘Reality’ delivers propaganda, not entertainment
Bradley Griffith ... s-liberty/
‘SEVER EVERY TENTACLE’: Va. Senate Candidates Pledge to Probe SPLC’s Federal Ties Amid Attack on Moms for Liberty
Tyler O'Neil / @Tyler2ONeil / June 25, 2023 ... s-slammed/
SEX WORKER SLAYER Long Island Serial Killer’s ‘personality’ revealed as cops slammed for not catching murderer of at least 8 women
Rachel DobkiJun 25 2023 ... 99036.html
‘Un-American’ or another police ‘tool’? DNA profile use in Idaho murder case forms division BY KEVIN FIXLER AND MICHAEL WILNER
JUNE 25, 2023 4:0
Read more at: ... rylink=cpy ... -detainee/
St. Louis jail employee indicted for assaulting handcuffed detainee
State News June 25, 2023
June 25, 2023
KTTN News ... gon-watch/
MAGA supporters ‘demask’ Patriot Front members, alleging they are feds in Oregon | Watch ... -warnings/
Traffic Cops' Jobs Changing as Some Cities Ban Minor Traffic Stops
Stops for broken taillights or dangling air fresheners may be limited or banned to avoid racial profiling issues. Meanwhile, Washington, D.C. is trying out text messages to known bad drivers.
If a sobbing 10-year-old makes a Sac cop fear for his safety, he needs to find another job
The Sacramento Bee letter writers
Sun, June 25, 2023 ... 68923.html
Ludhiana cop ‘aiding’ sand mining mafia; probe begins
Jun 26, 2023
A video of a policeman helping those involved in illegal sand mining went viral on social networking sites ... s?from=mdr
Cop thrashes man for less bribe paid .. ... -gang.html
Cop suspended for part in honeytrapping gang
Sunday, 25 June 2023 | Staff Reporter | Gurugram ... 264492.cms
Cop hangs self to death after wife commits suicide by drinking poison ... id-looting
Discipline eased for cops in former Rep. Bobby Rush’s office amid looting
Mayor Lori Lightfoot vowed accountability for the officers, but the penalties have been softened or eliminated, mostly in arbitration.
By  Chip Mitchell | WBEZ   Jun 25, 2023
They projected images from surveillance video showing uniformed police officers inside Rush’s campaign office on the South Side during the unrest.
Lightfoot said they were “having a little hangout for themselves while small businesses on the South Side were getting looted and burned.”
Rush said some of the officers had their feet up, one was asleep on his couch, and some “even had the unmitigated gall to go and make coffee for themselves and to pop popcorn — my popcorn — in my microwave.” ... goes-viral
Ghaziabad News: Irate Transgenders Strip On Busy Road After Traffic Cop Challans Their Car, Video Goes Viral A challan of Rs 5,000 was cut for a faulty number plate of the car which angered the transgenders
FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Sunday, June 25, 2023 ... 88224.html
The New Indian Express
Cop held in Thiruvananthapuram for impregnating minor girl ... ong-again/
Ukrainian Counteroffensive a Dud as War Hawk Predictions Are Wrong Again
By Jeremy Kuzmarov - June 25, 2023 ... crime-wave
“We the People Can Stop the Surging Corporate Crime Wave
Citizens mobilized against corporate abuses in the 1960s and 70s. It can happen again now."
Jun 25, 2023
In The Public Interest
Most heads of giant corporations are drunk with their own power. These corporate CEOs push the envelope in ways that harm defenseless people. They believe they can get away with anything, and they do, with few exceptions. The few corporate crime prosecutions keep declining from Obama to Trump to Biden, due to a settlement-obsessed Department of Justice ... ing-report
Greenhouse gas emissions from global energy industry still rising – report
Researchers say ‘urgent action’ needed as rise in renewables is eclipsed by increase in world’s total energy consumption
Jillian Ambrose
Sun 2 2023 ... estigation
June 26, 2023
‘Squad' Democrat strategizes with radical left-wing group whose members are under FBI investigation
Rep Rashida Tlaib's Zoom call sought to 'galvanize the activist community ... /13418757/
FBI Special Agent Jacqueline Maguire talks cyber security, distrust in law enforcement, I95 reopens
ByNiki Hawkins
Monday, June 26, 2023 ... a1b43.html
FBI agent turned author to speak at library ... teen-girl/
Topeka cop fired after relationship with teen girl
by: Colter Robinson
Posted: Jun 26, 2023 ... -mail.html
The Toronto Star
A Toronto cop was about to get away with an $834,000 fraud. Then his ex opened his mailThey very nearly got away with it. On Friday, a jury convicted Toronto police Const. Robert Konashewych and his public service mistress,... ... k-driving/
What’s so difficult about charging a cop with drink driving?Can the police force expect the rakyat to respect them when they appear to be dragging their feet in this matter? ... ob-search/
Edgewater cop accused of lying to other departments during job search
by: Rob Low
Posted: Jun 26, 2023 ... hdog-says/
More than $200 billion in COVID aid may have been stolen, federal watchdog says
By RICHARD LARDNER and JENNIFER McDERMOTT The Associated Press,Updated June 27, 2023 ... y-officer/
Everest Re appoints FBI cyber veteran Don Good as Chief Information Security Officer
27th June 2023 - Author: Saumya Jain
Global underwriting leader, Everest Re Group, Ltd. providing property, casualty, and specialty reinsurance and insurance solutions, has appointed FBI cyber veteran Don Good as Chief Information Security Officer, effective immediately. He will report to Srini Maddineni, Everest’s Group Chief Information Officer, and will be based in Warren, NJ.
Judicial Watch
Judicial Watch Sues for FBI Document Alleging Bidens' Bribery Scheme with Burisma Owner(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of... ... dium=email

This post by James Howard Kunstler was too good not to include
"calling D.C. a swamp is an insult to swamps"

Teachable Moment
“In the wake of the Hunter Biden sweetheart plea deal, calling D.C. a swamp is an insult to swamps and frankly to all wetlands in general. We need to redefine the Clean Water Act to include all Biden adjacent areas.” — Margot Cleveland, Lawyer and legal analyst

“I’m proud of my son” — Joe Biden
  I hope you agree this has been an instructive week for our republic, sinking to the bottom as fast as the Titan submersible on its way to consort with its grandmama, the RMS Titanic. Here’s what I learned, for instance, from Special Counsel John Durham’s visit to the House Judiciary Committee: When asked why he did not seek grand jury testimony from the primary culprits in the Russia Collusion hoax — Comey, McCabe, and Strzok — he told the room it would have been “unproductive” because they habitually claimed to “not recall” anything when testifying in Congress.
    That’s an interesting legal theory. If it is so, we must suppose that any witness in a criminal inquiry may decline testifying on the grounds of claiming a defective memory. I’m not a lawyer, of course, but is it not the case that witnesses can be prompted to recall events when presented with evidence? E.g., “…here is your smartphone text of July 29 saying, ‘Don’t worry, we’ll stop him [Trump].’ What means did you have in mind to accomplish that, Mr. Strzok?”
     In the four-year lead-up to his personal appearance in the House, many of us were fooled into thinking Mr. Durham was a serious dude. (I sure was.) Turns out the ferocious facial hair masked a rather timorous persona. Mr. Durham apparently did not dare test the boundaries of the narrow lane laid out in the scoping directives set forth by then Attorney General Barr. Mr. D. did find a line of criminal conduct between Lawfare artist Michal Sussmann, the Fusion GPS disinfo company, the DC law firm Perkins Coie, and candidate Hillary MyTurn in the creation and marketing of the Steele Dossier — yet he never called Hillary to do any ‘splainin about it (or anything else she did in 2016). Weird, a little bit.
     While his omissions and missteps were spotlighted by the Republican members, Mr. Durham was mugged, kicked to the curb, stomped, and peed-on by the committee Democrats, who still labor to prop-up the dead-letter Russia Collusion fraud against all evidence and reason. As usual, the lead attack dog on that was Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA). He was rewarded the next day with a censure vote for seven years of shameless lying about said fraud, and stripped of his seat on the House Intel Committee, which he used, as then-chairman, to launch Trump Impeachment #1 in 2019 with fake “whistleblower” (and CIA goblin) Eric Ciaramella, whom Mr. Schiff naturally lied about never meeting prior to the proceeding.
      We are treated in these twilight months of the “Joe Biden” regime to a cavalcade of revelations laying out the degeneracy of a federal justice system at war with the American people and its shady machinations in service to the Biden family global bribery operation. Late Thursday, the House Ways and Means Committee, chaired by Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO), released the affidavit of IRS supervisory special agent Gary Shapley from testimony given in closed session May 26. It disclosed a concerted program by the DOJ to impede, obstruct, delay, divert, and bury a massive tax evasion and fraud case against Hunter Biden, involving millions of dollars garnered from foreign persons and entities for no discernible services performed in return.
     I am alleging, with evidence…” Mr. Shapley testified under oath, “…whatever the motivations, at every stage decisions were made that had the effect of benefiting the subject of the investigation. These decisions included slow-walking investigative steps, not allowing enforcement actions to be executed, limiting investigators’ line of questioning for witnesses, misleading investigators on charging authority, delaying any and all actions months before [the 2020] elections to ensure the investigation did not go overt well before policy memorandum mandated the pause.”
      Hunter Biden was code-named “Sportsman” as the case opened in 2018. Red flags in bank transfer records of Hunter B and associates involving millions of dollars triggered the IRS inquiry. It wasn’t until a year later that Hunter’s laptop turned up, crammed with deal memos of bribes paid along with vivid documentary evidence of sex and drug crimes. The FBI verified its authenticity in November of 2019 by matching the device number against Hunter Biden’s Apple iCloud ID.
     By the way, note that this was the exact same time that the House Intel Committee under chairman Adam Schiff commenced its impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. AG William Barr and FBI Director Chris Wray therefore knew then that Hunter’s laptop existed and that it contained evidence of suspicious money transactions with Russia, China, and most particularly Ukraine — since Mr. Trump’s impeachment case was based on a telephone query he made to Ukrainian President, Zelensky, regarding the Biden family’s operations there. Neither Mr. Barr nor Mr. Wray alerted Mr. Trump’s lawyers about the evidence contained in the laptop — which would have provided exculpatory proof of a reasonable motive for Mr. Trump’s phone call. How was that not an obstruction of justice?
      Mr. Shapley’s testimony is just one thread in the much larger tapestry of Biden family corruption now achieving clarity. Rep. James Comer’s Oversight Committee continues on its deep dive into the Biden family bank transfer records — with its evidence of money laundering through Biden shell company cut-outs — and the direct voice recording evidence of  “Joe Biden” discussing his family’s financial arrangements with Petro Poroshenko, then-president of Ukraine from 2014 to 2019, plus other damning evidence connected to a “trusted” (and well-paid) FBI human confidential source in the much fought over FD-1023 document recently surrended to the Oversight Committee.
     In short, the tide is going out even as the sun sets on “Joe Biden” as President. He and his handlers may believe they enjoy the protection of a compliant news media, but even that has its limits. Impeachment is coming, even if not as fast as Rep. Lauren Boebert wants it to, and if and when it does, there will be no ignoring the stark presentation of hard evidence — no matter how much MSNBC’s Joy-Ann Reid snorts and cackles.
    Meanwhile, please understand that “Joe Biden” is only pretending to run for reelection and his party is pretending along with him just for the present desperate moment. Before long, their whole reeking, creaking edifice of lies and bad faith will come crashing down. Joe Biden will have to resign or the nation will be treated to the spectacle, this time, of a trial in the senate for real cause, bribery and treason, not just fake animus. And then, not even Gavin Newsom will be able to save the Democratic Party in its present alignment and foul habits. If it survives at all, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr ... -executive

HUNTER BIDEN Published June 28, 2023 5:02pm EDT
Graham: US attorney in charge of Hunter probe was briefed on FBI form detailing Joe Biden bribery accusations
Burisma executive allegedly told source: '$5 million for one Biden, $5 million for the other Biden ... g-ideology
June 27, 2023
Ohio moms fight back after being reported to FBI for opposing school's left-wing ideology
Amy Gonzalez and Andrea Gross detail bullying campaign after objecting to controversial classroom material ... om-iris-id
FBI’s iris biometrics repository reaches 2.5 million with tech from Iris ID
Jun 27, 2023, 5:20 pm EDT | Bianca Gonzalez ... -measures/
Bipartisan House bill aims to extend, broaden expiring counter-drone measures
Bruce Crumley
 Jun 27 2023 ... deep-state
Johnson blasts Democratic senators: ‘Not easy to do investigations with the deep state covering it all up’
by Heather Hamilton, Social Media Reporter
June 26, 2023 ... b0038.html
DOJ Says Epstein's Suicide the Result of Negligence and Staff Failures ... ging-into/
For writer who broke Epstein case, a rumored Mossad link is worth digging into
Reporter Julie K. Brown isn’t convinced the accused sex trafficker took his own life, and says associate Robert Maxwell may not have been the only one tied to Israeli intelligence
By JP O’ MALLEY 26 July 2021 ... ok-claims/
Jeffrey Epstein was blackmailing politicians for Israel's Mossad, new book claims
January 6, 2020 ... spies.html
Jeffrey Epstein book claims he and Ghislaine Maxwell were 'Mossad spies' who 'filmed US politicians and power players having sex with underage girls to blackmail them'
* Dylan Howard's book Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales proposes the theory that Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein were Israeli spies
* It says Ghislaine's late father Robert introduced Jeffrey to Mossad handlers before he died in 1991
* Robert - who was also a Mossad spy, according to the book's sources - told them to 'accept' Jeffrey 
* They believe he and Ghislaine then lured prominent politicians and celebrities into sleeping with underage girls they provided, filmed it and blackmailed them  
* There is no proof that Epstein has tapes of anyone sleeping with underage girls
* However several of his victims say his homes were wired with cameras and that he kept the footage in a safe
* Both the FBI and New York authorities which raided his home are refusing to confirm whether or not such tapes exist 
One Nation Under Blackmail
By Whitney Alyse Webb
One Nation Under Blackmail is a damning indictment of the consequences resulting from the nearly century old relationship between both US and Israeli intelligence and the organized criminal network known as the National Crime Syndicate. This book specifically explores how that nexus between intelligence and organized crime directly developed the… show more.
Jeffrey Epstein was a financial wizard who also served as an agent for other wealthy patrons.
With his partner Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of the UK media mogul and Mossad agent Robert Maxwell, Epstein followed in the footsteps of previous organizers of extensive blackmail operations such as Roy Cohn, lawyer for communist-hunting US Senator Joe McCarthy and eventually, political mentor of Donald Trump.
This book provides a comprehensive, well-documented Who's Who of all others involved in the grey zone between great wealth, crime, and intelligence. ... e-64130196

EPSTEIN: Devil in the Darkness
13 Episodes
Chapter Three: Little Black Book - Politicians, Power & Privilege
Explore the extraordinary circle of influential men that Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell called friends and colleagues, thanks to Epstein’s little black book. From British Prime Minister Tony Blair, to Hollywood A-Listers such as Kevin Spacey, the book is a who’s who of the international elite. Also included are President Bill Clinton – who flew on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” private jet no fewer than 26 times – and President Donald Trump, who said of Epstein: “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side.” How well did these men know Epstein? And how much did they know about his dark side? Do they have dark secrets of their own? In a world-exclusive interview, we talk to a former Palm Beach County Sheriff who claims he has blackmail materials compiled by Epstein. ... y-1197708/
Was Jeffrey Epstein a Spy?
The notorious financier pedophile told exaggerated stories of his time in intelligence circles — but some of those stories may have been, at least partially, true
BY VICKY WARD ... up-by-now/
If President Joe Biden Were Innocent In Foreign Bribery Scheme, He Would Have Spoken Up By Now
JUNE 27, 2023 ... -in-texas/
Officer Found Guilty of Trafficking Cocaine in Texas ... ses-cases/
San Francisco Drug Cop Taken Off Streets, DA Drops Cases She Worked On
Written by Jonah Owen Lamb, Michael Barba
Updated at Jun. 27, 2023 ... e_vignette
Cop sued for tearing out settler protester’s beard
The Ateret resident had been protesting the temporary closure of the settlement in the wake of settler riots against Palestinians, when Honenu said that officers used inappropriate levels of force.
By MICHAEL STARR Published: JUNE 28, 2023 ... 18fb0.html
Allentown cop tried to shoot wife but shotgun jammed, paperwork saysThe officer, who was off duty at the time, was charged with attempted homicide and aggravated assault, authorities say. ... e/3593712/
NBC10 Philadelphia
Ex-Philly cop facing 233 more charges in sexual abuse case spanning over a decadePatrick Heron has been charged with an additional 233 charges for allegedly sexually abusing children and women, and threatening witnesses... ... ight-judas
June 28, 202 ... edium=emai

One thing we all should have learned from the COVID experience is that not all is well in the land of mass vaccination and we need to rethink our approach to regulatory oversight. Instead of taking a pause, the FDA and CDC are about to blitz us with new approvals based on bad data. We’re joined today by Dr. Meryl Nass, a 42-year internist who is well-studied on all things vaccines. She watched all three days of the CDC’s advisory panel on vaccines recommend approval for so many new vaccines. She explains how the regulatory process works and why it’s corrupt from head to toe. Officials replace real data with fake modeling while ignoring glaring and blaring signals about safety and negative efficacy. COVID was just the tip of the iceberg. ... -wife.html
‘You’re all going to die’: Allentown cop charged with trying to kill his wife in Easton
Jun. 28, 2023 ... irst-week/
‘Stop Cop City’ petition effort nears 10,000 signatures in first week
by Ryan Zickgraf
June 28, 2023 ... r-old.html
Heartbroken mother of 17-year-old 'executed' by French cop leads huge march through Paris with protesters shouting 'police kill' after second night of riots as officer insists boy 'appeared to be dangerous'
* A 17-year-old French Algerian boy known as Nahel was shot at a traffic stop
* The fatal shooting sparked mass riots amid many complaints of police violence
* Today, his mother led a rally through the streets calling for justice for her son 
29 June 2023 ... s-a-crime/
As Movements Like Stop Cop City Gain Power, Police Treat Free Speech as a Crime
June 29, 2023
This playbook has been used and reused, depending on the political winds of the time. ... story.html
Baltimore Sun
Pay records: Ex-police Commissioner Michael Harrison still drawing salary, despite stepping back as Baltimore's top copFormer Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison is still drawing a salary, despite his resignation earlier this month. ... -rcna91776
France to deploy 40,000 officers to quell violence after deadly police shooting
The killing of a 17-year-old boy during a traffic check Tuesday, captured on video, shocked the country and stirred up long-simmering tensions. ... /44379019#
Cincinnati police captain under investigation for derogatory comments to another officer
Jun 29, 2023 ... ct/388112/
FBI lays out calendar for its next big tech contract
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FBI opens criminal investigations into violent Los Angeles County deputy encounters
July 15, 2023 ... ys-1813177
Hunter Biden Scandal 'Extremely Serious,'FBI Agent Says
BY THOMAS KIKA ON 7/15/23 ... tleblowers
House Republicans Move To Cut Funding For FBI, Protect Whistleblowers
By  Leif Le Mahieu
Jul 15, 2023 ... 31063.html
Rep. Victoria Spartz Confronts FBI Chief Wray About FISA Abuses
By NTD Newsroom ... i-hearing/
FERBRACHE: You May Have Missed A Startling Part Of Wray’s Testimony On Backdoor Gun Control ... mer-party/

JULYNINETEENTH The Black Hammer Times
An Attack on the Revolution: The FBI Targets the Black Hammer Party ... crats.html
July 15, 2023
The inside story of how the FBI’s top brass intervened to protect top Democrats
By Thomas Lifson
Jerry Dunleavy, an excellent political reporter at the Washington Examiner, has used Twitter to publish what he correctly labels a “scoop,” and he has crafted a must-read. Using my words, not his, he found a source, “a former FBI official from the counterintelligence world,” who explained how a notable coverup worked.  He eschews such conclusory language and wisely sticks to a straightforward facts-first reporting style.
FBI agents started investigating potential Chinese spies Russel Lowe and Fang Fang, who had gotten very close to Dianne Feinstein and Eric Swalwell, respectively.
According to the former FBI official from the counterintelligence world, the FBI had FISA surveillance up & running on Fang (who was targeting numerous politicians in Calif ... -congress/
GOP Rep. Moore: FISA Section 702 Reauthorization on the Table to Counter FBI Stonewalling Congress
Decoding 702: What is Section 702?
Why can the U.S. government collect my emails? 
Under authority ostensibly granted by something called Section 702, the U.S. government routinely collects and searches the online communications of innocent Americans without a warrant through what are commonly called “upstream” and “PRISM”  (now called “downstream”) surveillance. 
Section 702 is a surveillance authority passed as part of the FISA Amendments Act in 2008. That law amended the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978.
Section 702 is supposed to do exactly what its name promises: collection of foreign intelligence from non-Americans located outside the United States. As the law is written, the intelligence community cannot use Section 702 programs to target Americans, who are protected by the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures. But the law gives the intelligence community space to target foreign intelligence in ways that inherently and intentionally sweep in Americans’ communications.
Currently, Congress has to renew Section 702 every few years. It was last renewed in 2018 and is set to expire at the end of 2023.
The bill that was most recently passed, S. 139, endorses nearly all warrantless searches of databases containing Americans’ communications collected under Section 702. It allows for the restarting of “about” collection, an invasive type of surveillance that the NSA ended in 2017 after being criticized by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court for privacy violations. And it includes a six-year sunset, delaying Congress’ best opportunity to debate the limits NSA surveillance. ... americans/
What’s the database the FBI misused to seek info on Jan. 6 suspects, BLM arrestees?
By Amber Phillips
May 19, 2023
The FBI is in hot water for misusing a powerful surveillance tool nearly 300,000 times in 2020 and early 2021, including to search for information about Americans linked to the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol or arrested during Black Lives Matter protests.
The tool in question is a vast database known to the intelligence community as Se ... n-702-fisa
Under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), the U.S. government engages in mass, warrantless surveillance of Americans’ and foreigners’ phone calls, text messages, emails, and other electronic communications. Information collected under the law without a warrant can be used to prosecute and imprison people, even for crimes that have nothing to do with national security. Given our nation’s history of abusing its surveillance authorities, and the secrecy surrounding the program, we should be concerned that Section 702 is and will be used to disproportionately target disfavored groups, whether minority communities, political activists, or even journalists.
Section 702 is set to expire at the end of 2023. We call on Congress to significantly reform the law, or allow it to sunset.

Section 702 of FISA: A “Foreign Intelligence” Law Turned Domestic Spying Tool
In 2008, Congress passed Section 702 of FISA to give the government greater powers to conduct warrantless surveillance of suspected foreign terrorists. The law allows the National Security Agency (NSA), when collecting information inside the United States or from U.S. companies, to target almost any foreigner abroad and acquire all their communications without an individualized court order. Congress explicitly prohibited the targeting of Americans, and it charged the FISA Court with approving the program and its procedures once a year.
Although purportedly targeted at foreigners, Section 702 has become a rich source of warrantless government access to Americans’ phone calls, texts, and emails. Since Section 702 was last reauthorized, a series of disclosures has revealed the extent of this problem. In 2021 alone, the FBI conducted up to 3.4 million warrantless searches of Section 702 communications to find Americans’ information. This has turned Section 702 into something Congress never intended: a domestic spying tool.
Other equally serious problems have emerged. The secret and one-sided nature of FISA Court proceedings has undermined the court’s ability to conduct ... ction-702/
FBI repeatedly misused surveillance tool, unsealed FISA order reveals
BY JARED GANS - 05/19/23 4:06 PM ET ... bsolutely/
FBI: FISA Section 702 'absolutely critical' to spy on, err, protect Americans
No protection without surveillance?
Jessica Lyons Hardcastle
Fri 9 Jun 2023 // 20:30 UTC ... veillance/
June 9, 2023
The FBI Is Back to Its Old Habits: Illegally Spying on Protesters
There should be no future for Section 702, an enduring vestige of the post-9/11 security state. To kill it, all Congress has to do is do nothing.
SPENCER ACKERMAN ... 023-05-19/
FBI misused intelligence database in 278,000 searches, court says
By Zeba Siddiqui
May 19, 2023 ... sa-follies
Time to End the FBI’s FISA Follies
Setting aside the question of whether or not FISA Section 702‐ derived data has ever been responsible for stopping an attack on the United States, there’s a much better way to ensure FBI compliance with FISA Section 702 in the future: require FBI agents to get a probable cause‐ based warrant from a federal judge to access said data.
By Patrick G. Eddington ... n-702-fisa
'Chilling': Rights Advocates Blast FBI for Abusing Surveillance Tool 278,000+ Times
"The FBI's systematic misuse of these resources proves that it (and the rest of the federal government) simply can't be trusted to wield this sort of power," said one campaigner. "Let 702 die." ... in-the-us/
Widespread FBI abuse of foreign spy law sets off “alarm bells,” tech group says
Section 702 debate rages after another FISA Court opinion is unclassified.
ASHLEY BELANGER - 5/23/2023 ... -brokenpdf
The FBI’s FISA Process Is Broken, But It Won’t Be Fixed by Legislative Manipulation of the FISA Statute ... iolations/

I Spy with My Little FBI… Massive FISA Violations

KAI KNORR 05/25/23

The FBI has pulled off the impressive feat of getting both parties to agree on something. Republicans and Democrats alike expressed outrage at the Bureau after recent revelations of illegal spying on Americans, including Black Lives Matter protesters and people involved in the January 6th insurrection.
This scandal comes soon after the FBI vowed to stop abusing its powers under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). The Bureau has unveiled a new set of rules for its agents aimed at curbing wrongful surveillance of US citizens, but privacy advocates and a Democratic lawmaker say the new policies won’t put an end to these sorts of abuses. 
This unconstitutional surveillance stems from Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which gives the FBI a broad mandate to spy on foreign targets without a warrant. The Bureau uses this “critical national security tool” to root out terrorist plots and espionage against the US.
When the Bureau intercepts the phone calls, texts, and emails of foreigners outside the United States, it also collects the data of the Americans whom these foreign targets contact. This can help the FBI uncover the American contacts of shady actors overseas. 
However, it also gives the FBI the power to warrantlessly spy on US citizens who happen to contact foreign targets — whether they are involved in criminal activity or not.
“The trouble for civil liberties of Americans happens when people overseas call someone in the United States,” said Matthew Guariglia, senior policy analyst at
BC cop who died by suicide was facing probe for texts with 15-year-old girl: court documents ... to-police/
Boston mayor under fire after sending list of critics and protesters to police
By Kyle Morris, Fox News
July 16, 2023
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, a Democrat, is facing criticism for “Nixonian tactics” after her administration admitted to creating a list of her most vocal critics and providing it to local authorities ... ion-yacht/
Climate activists blast paint on Walmart heiress’ $300 million yacht in Ibiza
By Ronny Reyes
July 16, 2023 ... -breakdown
With our food systems on the verge of collapse, it’s the plutocrats v life on Earth
George Monbiot ... ips-europe
Southern Europe braces for second heat storm in a week
New system pushing into region from north Africa could lead to temperatures above record 48.8C
Lisa O'Carroll in Brussels, Angela Giuffrida in Rome, and Helena Smith in Athens
Sun 16 Jul 2023 ... ate-crisis
‘Your heart races a bit’: US weather man threatened with death for mentioning climate crisis
Oliver Milman
Chris Gloninger wove the reality of global heating into his forecasts in the conservative heartland of Iowa. Not everyone was receptive
Sun 16 Jul 2023 ... ossil-fuel
Big oil quietly walks back on climate pledges as global heat records tumble
Energy firms have made record profits by increasing production of oil and gas, far from their promises of rolling back emissions
Dharna Noor
Sun 16 Jul 203 ... 8539461879
House GOP members push conspiracy theory that FBI instigated Jan. 6 despite lack of evidence ... 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. ... ance-jan-6
‘At Least 40’ Undercover Informants Were Doing Surveillance On Jan. 6, Defense Lawyer Says
April 6th, 2023 ... anguage=ha
How this FBI strategy is actually creating US-based terrorists
Trevor Aaronson • TED2015 ... 1935439960
The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI's Maufactured War on Terrorism
October 21, 2014
by Trevor Aaronson
A groundbreaking work of investigative journalism, The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI's Manufactured War on Terrorism exposes how the FBI has, under the guise of engaging in counterterrorism since 9/11, built a network of more than fifteen thousand informants whose primary purpose is to infiltrate Muslim communities to create and facilitate phony terrorist plots so that the Bureau can then claim it is winning the ... lasts.html
Two Men Seized in New England Blasts/FBI Informant
July 5, 1976 ... -guilty-6/
He said he would ask District Judge Kitty Curtis to sentence Aceto to life in prison.
"He is violent. In my opinion, he's a sociopath. I have no doubt he would have killed somebody again, probably very soon."
In the series of trials which followed the capture of the Ohio 7, the government relied heavily upon the testimony of an informant named Joseph Aceto (aka: Joseph Balino), a former member of Statewide Correctional Alliance for Reform (SCAR), a prisoners-rights organization founded in Portland, Maine during the early 1970s by Tom Manning and Ray Luc Levasseur.  Aceto offered considerable "evidence" concerning the original formation of the SMJJ, its evolution into UFF, and supposedly first-hand recollections of the defendants' having described their bombing and bank-robbing exploits to him. Only later did it emerge conclusively that the government's star witness had consistently lied under oath, passing off third-hand gossip and utter fabrications as conversations in which he himself had participated.   It also came out that Aceto had been diagnosed as psychotic and administered heavy doses of the tranquilizer Mellaril - to "increase his veracity" - prior to testimony.   To top things off, it was revealed that, in exchange for such testimony, the FBI had arranged for him to be released from prison where he was serving a life sentence for a brutal stabbing murder and placed on the federal witness protection program (a package with an $800 per month stipend).   All this information had been withheld from the defense - and consequently from the jury - at trial. 
FROM - The COINTELPRO Papers, Documents from the FBI's Secret Wars, Against Dissent in the United States by Ward Churchill & Jim Vander Wall ... port/414/2
108th Congress (2003-2004) ... cb00eeaa48
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SCAR'd Times: Maine's Prisoners' Rights Movement, 1971-1976
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University of Massachusetts - Amherst,
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Cops accused of beating Palestinian detainee, branding him with Star of David
Police say they used ‘reasonable force’ to subdue Shuafat suspect who resisted arrest ... story.html
Dallas cops mock disabled veteran for wetting himself after he was denied restroom access: video
By Muri Assunção
New York Daily News
Published: Aug 18, 2023
JFK Assassination: What the autopsy and Zapruder film prove ... m-is-over/
Potential Kingmaker in New Zealand’s October Election Says “The Time For War, Killing and Imperialism is Over”
By Murray Horton - August 18, 2023
“We Will No Longer Act As a Pacific Spy Base for the Five Eyes Alliance”
This is where it gets interesting—Te Pāti Māori is very different from its earlier Parliamentary incarnation. In February 2023 it announced its new defense, intelligence and foreign policy, which completely differentiates it from the four larger parties in Parliament: “Te Pāti Māori says a ‘transformative’ defense and foreign affairs policy will see its MPs vote against overseas military support, by New Zealand forces. Co-Leaders Debbie Ngarewa-Packer and Rawiri Waititi unveiled the neutrality policy during their Annual General Meeting…[I]f in power, they would withdraw from the Five Eyes security pact between Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK and the US.”
INTEL ROUNDTABLE: w/ Larry Johnson & Ray McGovern - ... -with-fbi/
Jordan subpoenas Cititbank in investigation into bank info sharing with FBI
BY TARA SUTER - 08/18/23
Moderna paid 400 million to NIH
Dr. John Campbell ... iolations/
COVID-questioning doctor sues medical licensing board for First Amendment violations
by Ethan Andrews ... rice-aaron
2 former Chicago police officers charged in $2 million COVID-19 relief fraud
Torrey Price retired from the Chicago Police Department on July 15 — about two weeks before he was indicted for fraud. Aaron Price, the other former cop who’s charged, retired in 2017.
By  Frank Main   Aug 18, 2023 ... ornography
Chicago cop faces new charges including child sexual assault, child pornography
By FOX 32 Digital Staff
Published August 18, 2023 3:36PM
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Worcester Police Chief Steven Sargent accused of harassing officerThe latest allegations come three years after an outside investigation found the chief had engaged in a 'campaign of reprisal' against the officer. ... me-scenes/
Antioch police officers collected ‘trophies’ from crime scenes: FBI
by: Amy Larson
Posted: Aug 18, 2023 ... e-platform
Chicago cop gets year’s suspension for role in 2020 shooting of unarmed man on Red Line platform
Former Supt. David Brown had recommended Officers Bernard Butler and Melvina Bogard be fired. Bogard resigned from the Chicago Police Department before a disciplinary hearing was held.
By  Emmanuel Camarillo  Updated Aug 17, 2023 ... ttack.html
EXCLUSIVE: FBI received tip about cop-killing Syrian gunman Mohamad Farakat in 2021
* Mohamad Barakat killed a cop and wounded two others in Fargo on July 14 
* He was on his way to carry out a mass casualty attack that would have had dozens if not hundreds of victims 
* He was brought down eventually by 32-year-old cop Zach Robinson 
* FBI admits to it visited him 3 times in 2021 - then did nothing  
PUBLISHED: 13:57 EDT, 18 August 2023

Top Features

Deja Vu: The FBI Proves Again It Can’t be Trusted with Section 702
At this point, it’s crystal clear that the FBI doesn’t believe that either our rights or the limitations that Congress has placed upon the bureau matter when it comes to the vast amount of private communications data about us collected under FISA Section 702. Matthew Guariglia makes the case for either letting the flawed law expire this year, or radically rewriting it to protect Americans’ rights once and for all.
The Impending Privacy Threat of Self-Driving Cars
Self-driving cars are becoming a more common sight in some U.S. cities, and each of those cars is sucking in vast quantities of visual and other information—creating a possibility for peoples’ movements to be tracked, aggregated, and retained by companies, law enforcement, or bad actors. Matthew Guariglia explains how the sheer mass of this data poses a potential threat to civil liberties and privacy for pedestrians, commuters, and any other people that rely on public roads and walkways in cities.
EFF Updates
Audio Version of EFFector Newsletter
We're piloting an audio version of EFFector's Newsletter. We hope you enjoy it!
Electronic Frontier Foundation to Present Annual EFF Awards to Alexandra Asanovna Elbakyan, Library Freedom Project, and Signal Foundation
EFF is honored to announce that Alexandra Asanovna Elbakyan, Library Freedom Project, and Signal Foundation will receive the 2023 EFF Awards for their vital work in helping to ensure that technology supports freedom, justice, and innovation for all people. The EFF Awards recognize specific and substantial technical, social, economic, or cultural contributions in diverse fields including journalism, art, digital access, legislation, tech development, and law. See the announcements section below for information on our awards ceremony Sept. 14 in San Francisco!
The U.S. Government Wants To Control Online Speech to “Protect Kids”
KOSA is fundamentally a censorship bill. Politicians are justifying it by harping on something we all know—that there’s content online that’s inappropriate for kids. But instead of letting tricky questions about what online content is appropriate at what age be decided by parents and families, politicians are stepping in to override us.
Forensic Genetic Genealogy Searches: What Defense Attorneys Need to Know
Read EFF General Counsel Jennifer Lynch’s white paper on forensic genetic genealogy, the police practice of accessing consumer-facing genetic genealogy websites to try to identify the source of crime scene DNA samples.
Government Needs Both the Ability to Talk to Social Media Platforms and Clear Limits, EFF Argues in Brief to Appellate Court
Weighing in on one of the year’s most thought-provoking legal cases, EFF argues that government input into social media platforms’ decisions about user content raises serious First Amendment concerns and the government must be held accountable for violations, but not all such communications are improper. EFF’s amicus brief was filed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in Missouri v. Biden, a lawsuit brought by Louisiana, Missouri, and several individuals alleging that federal government agencies and officials illegally pushed social media platforms to censor content about COVID safety measures and vaccines, elections, and Hunter Biden’s laptop, among other issues ... /21005021/
Wayne deputy on leave after FBI searched his home
A Wayne County deputy has been placed on leave after the FBI searched his home ... uct-trials
Johnson’s Pick for Top Cop Served as Go-To Expert Witness in Police Misconduct Trials
Heather Cherone | August 18, 2023 ... e-33911862
Detroit cop charged with kidnapping and raping a relative
A manhunt for the retired sergeant ended with his capture out of state
By Steve Neavling on Fri, Aug 18, 2023

Copaganda ... ts-the-fbi
Outreach and Mentorship: Cliff’s Crew Visits the FBI  
Organization introduces kids to diverse careers, experiences, and opportunities ... ter-abuses
Ending Fusion Center Abuses
The federal government provides state and local intelligence hubs with funding, personnel, and database access — all without adequate oversight.
For almost two decades, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has supported the development of a national network of 80 fusion centers. Operated by states and localities, fusion centers incorporate federal, state, and local law enforcement personnel, first responders, and select private-sector representatives to collect, analyze, and distribute intelligence. While the federal government initially promoted them as hubs for sharing counterterrorism information, fusion centers quickly expanded their missions to include any crimes or hazards.
DHS provides these centers with funding, personnel, and access to federal intelligence, but it has failed to ensure that they have used these resources appropriately. As a result, fusion centers have long produced flawed analysis, abused their authorities to monitor people engaged in First Amendment–protected activities, and leaked sensitive law enforcement information. This domestic intelligence model has undermined Americans’ privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties.
Fusion centers have repeatedly targeted minority communities and protest movements under the guise of counterterrorism or public safety. In their early years, they often singled out American Muslims for unwarranted scrutiny. Their bulletins have regularly painted racial and environmental justice activists as menacing threats. Fusion center reports are widely disseminated to local police and federal law enforcement, likely contributing to their heavy-handed responses to these protests in recent years. The participation of private companies, including some that have been the subjects of protests, in fusion centers raises the possibility that these operations sometimes serve private interests rather than public safety.
Fusion centers continue to be susceptible to abuse as protest movements react to events, creating new targets for unwarranted scrutiny. For example, fusion centers have amplified FBI and DHS threat warnings that falsely lump pro-choice activists together with abortion foes as potential “abortion-related violent extremists,” even though only anti-abortion militants have a history of engaging in deadly violence.
Federal Bureau of Investigation (hereinafter FBI) and Department of Homeland Security (hereinafter DHS), Strategic Intelligence Assessment and Data on Domestic Terrorism, May 2021, 7, ... .pdf/view; and Jana Winter, “Law Enforcement Prepares for Potential Violence, Unrest Surrounding Roe Decision,” Yahoo News, May 4, 2022, ... 37717.html.
As states criminalize abortion, investigations of those seeking, providing, or even just supporting access to reproductive services will fit within fusion centers’ “all crimes” remit,
Permanent Subcomm. on Investigations, S. Comm. on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, Federal Support for and Involvement in State and Local Fusion Centers (hereinafter Federal Support for Fusion Centers), October 3, 2012, 94–96,–3–2012%20PSI%20STAFF%20REPORT%20re%20FUSION%20CENTERS.2.pdf.
making it likely that fusion centers will heed law enforcement requests for assistance.
At the same time, there is little to suggest that fusion centers have provided meaningful assistance to federal counterterrorism efforts. And even as they have broadened their missions beyond counterterrorism, there is no evidence that they have contributed substantially to reducing or solving serious crime. They do, however, facilitate broad, unregulated information sharing among a variety of public and private entities with little oversight or public accountability, which poses a serious security liability that was realized when hackers breached a fusion center contractor in 2020, exposing hundreds of thousands of sensitive records from the FBI, DHS, and other law enforcement agencies.
As the 20th anniversary of the creation of DHS approaches, the Brennan Center has undertaken a comprehensive review of the department’s efforts to carry out its primary mission of keeping the country safe from terrorism. Our April 2022 report, A Course Correction for Homeland Security: Curbing Counterterrorism Abuses, identified structural and operational problems endemic to DHS-sponsored fusion centers.
Faiza Patel, Rachel Levinson-Waldman, and Harsha Panduranga, A Course Correction for Homeland Security: Curbing Counterterrorism Abuses, Brennan Center for Justice, April 20, 2022, ... d-security.
This report expands on these critiques and proposes solutions through the lens of federal funding, support, and oversight. While fusion centers are run by state or local agencies, they continue to receive significant federal investments. The federal government has an obligation to guard against the misuse of the resources, systems, and personnel it provides, and to ensure that Americans’ constitutional rights are not infringed upon by the improper collection, retention, and dissemination of personally identifiable information of persons not reasonably suspected of criminal activity. ... nce-fusion
Maine Gets Another (Necessary) Opportunity to Defund Its Local Intelligence Fusion Center
APRIL 26, 2023 ... ion-center
After illegal spying allegations, Maine State Police to seek outside review of fusion center
Bangor Daily News | By Callie Ferguson
Published December 16, 2022 ... nformation
Fusion Center Locations and Contact Information
State and major urban area fusion centers (fusion centers) are owned and operated by state and local entities, and are designated by the governor of their state.
In accordance with the Federal Resource Allocation Criteria (RAC) policy (PDF, 144 KB, 4 pages), which defines objective criteria and a coordinated approach for prioritizing federal resource allocation to fusion centers, the federal government recognizes these designations and has a shared responsibility with state and local governments to support the national network of fusion centers.
There are two types of fusion centers:
* Primary Fusion Centers: A primary fusion center typically provides information sharing and analysis for an entire state. These centers are the highest priority for the allocation of available federal resources, including the deployment of personnel and connectivity with federal data systems.
* Recognized Fusion Centers: A recognized fusion center typically provides information sharing and analysis for a major urban area. As the Federal Government respects the authority of state governments to designate fusion centers, any designated fusion center not designated as a primary fusion center is referred to as a recognized fusion center. ... ce-agency/
April 6, 2022
Lawmakers critical of first report out of Maine police fusion center
The report from the Maine Information and Analysis Center is the first of its kind following legislation passed last year for a new annual reporting requirement.
EPIC Endorses “Shadow Report” on Maine Fusion Center
April 1, 2022 ... oam40zk0w/
May 6, 2023 — A so-called “fusion center” that Gov. John Baldacci established in 2006 in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Maine Information and ... ... veillance/
Legislators in Maine are debating pulling funding for the state's fusion center — the first such bill in the country.
Alice Speri
April 21 2021 ... 618349.pdf
An Act to End the Maine Information and Analysis Center
Submitted to the
Senator Deschambault, Representative Warren and distinguished members of the Joint Standing Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety, good morning. My name is Brendan McQuade. I am an assistant professor in the criminology department at the University of Southern Maine and the author of the only academic book on fusion centers.1 My employer takes no position on this subject. I am speaking as an expert on fusion centers and, on this basis, I urge you to support LD 1278. ... -brutality
Stop Cop City Activists Are Facing 20 Years in Prison for Distributing Flyers
Charley Tennenbaum, a Stop Cop City activist, was charged with felony intimidation for flyering about the officers who shot an organizer 57 times. After months in prison, Tennenbaum spoke to Jacobin about Georgia’s crackdown on civil liberties.
On January 18, Georgia State Patrol troopers murdered Manuel Esteban Paez Terán, a nonbinary Afro-Venezuelan activist who went by the name “Tortuguita.” An independent autopsy concluded that Tortuguita had been shot more than a dozen times while they were sitting cross-legged with their hands up and their palms facing their body. Months later, the state’s autopsy established the precise number of shots, fifty-seven, and confirmed another key finding from the independent autopsy: Tortuguita had not fired a gun, as officers claimed. Their death was ruled a homicide. ... test-lgbtq
No, Pride Isn’t for Cops, Too
Stonewall was a riot — but in some cities, Pride officials have banned “political” groups and welcomed cops. Now activists are organizing radical Pride marches to show that Pride is a protest, not just a party.
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Chapter 11 — The Assassination of JFK, Gladio and Israel — The “anticommunism” ploy
Brendan Devenney
Oct 20, 2021 ... t-09-of-11
FBI File on Reporter Jack Anderson ... %20047.pdf
The Washington Merry-Go-Round
THE WASHINGTON POST Wednesday, Mya 12, 1971 B 21 $100-a-Day Suites Free to FBI Director J Edgar Hoover
By Jack Anderson ... 19822.html
Bobby and J. Edgar: The Historic Face-Off Between the Kennedys and J. Edgar Hoover That Transformed America 0786719826, 9780786719822
The history of one of the most admired (Bobby Kennedy) and one of the most reviled (J. Edgar Hoover) are entwined with t ... 6-2017.pdf
National Archives | (.gov) › files › foia › tracking
May 1, 2017 — FBI Case File 100-HQ-426761 and 100-NY-141495. ... FBI file number 100-HQ-161611 ... a/#respond
Sweden’s Joining NATO Was Set in Motion in the 1980s in a False Flag Attack Orchestrated by the CIA
By Jeremy Kuzmarov - September 11, 2023 ... -targeted/
Boston Herald
FBI won’t release records on reports of 5th 9/11 plane targetedRecords linked to that ominous possibility remain sealed because "there is a pending or prospective law enforcement proceeding," the agency told the Herald.. ... st-on-9-11
Richmond FBI runs 3,000 laps to honor lives lost on 9/11
By: WTVR CBS 6 Web Staff
Sep 11, 2023 ... sts-trash/
Right Before 9/11, FBI Counterterrorism Agents Were Busy Snooping In Anarchists' Trash
Chip Gibbons
Sep 11, 2023 ... se-update/
Two weeks after rollout, 49 complaints pulled from state police watchdog disciplinary database
The agency removed the complaints because of data errors or decisions that had been overturned in favor of the officers. ... -dead.html
William Phillips, Whistle-Blower Who Said Police Framed Him, Dies at 92
As a police officer he was a star witness in corruption hearings. Imprisoned for murder, he claimed he’d been falsely prosecuted for speaking out
By Robert D. McFadden
Published Sept. 8, 2023 ... oters.html
September 10, 2023
The FBI massively erred about civilians stopping active shooters
By Andrea Widburg
I’m one of those who believes that what stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. Sometimes, that good guy is a police officer, and sometimes, the good guy is a civilian. Leftists claim that the good guys’ contribution is so inconsequential that it doesn’t justify honoring citizens’ Second Amendment to keep and bear arms. New Mexico governor Michelle Grisham certainly agrees with that viewpoint. Leftists look to FBI statistics to support their arguments—so will you be surprised to learn that the FBI’s statistics are wrong? And, as always, that the error works to support leftist ideology and political positions?
The Crime Prevention Research Center (“CPRC”) has done a deep dive into the FBI’s Active Shooting Reports from 2014-2022 and discovered that the reports grossly underestimate the number of times armed civilians have stopped active shootings. The FBI says that civilians stop fewer than 5% of active shooters, while the actual data say that civilians, on average, stopped over 35% of active shooters, with the number going up to 63.5% if you include defensive use of guns outside of “gun-free guns” (which I call “shooting fish in a barrel” zones ... oam40zk0w/
$83K upgrade coming to Brewer Maine police shooting range 
by Marie Weidmayer ... ce-overlap
Video: ‘We Know How To Maximize Impact’:FBI Dir. Wray Speaks About Law Enforcement And Intelligence Overlap
LiveTube Newsdesk
September 10, 2023 ... nzetti.htm
U.S. Refutes Oklahoma Juror’s Allegations : Bombing: Prosecutors deny federal panelist’s contention that the government failed to follow up on key leads in the blast case.
September 10 2023
The government, in a legal brief filed in U.S. District Court in Oklahoma City, was responding to allegations by McVeigh’s lawyers that the grand jury process was tainted because one of the jurors--a Blanchard, Okla., horse breeder--has publicly stated that a number of key leads in the bombing were never followed up by investigators. ... 023-09-10/
Dutch police detain 500 activists on second day of climate protests
September 10, 2023 ... e-violence
‘I don’t want France to blow’: Paul Pogba on police violence and justice
In an exclusive interview with Al Jazeera, the World Cup winner discusses growing up in the Parisian suburbs, being held at gunpoint in an extortion attempt, mental health, the pressures of being an elite athlete, racism and faith.
By Alex Fraser
Published On 10 Sep 2023 ... explained/
The FBI and Justice Department also received concerned letters from Florida, Michigan, and elsewhere. Eventually, six FBI field offices got involved, with agents interviewing record executives and the song's composer, Richard Berry — but not singer Jack Ely, according to "The Mind of the Censor and the Eye of the Beholder: The First Amendment and the Censor's Dilemma." The FBI scientists slowed the recording down and sped it up, "but it was indecipherable at any speed," Predoehl told NPR. ... eholder-be
Corn-Revere's 'The Mind of the Censor and the Eye of the Beholder' to be released tomorrow — FAN 318
"Bob Corn-Revere has written a book of stunning originality and importance." — Erwin Chemerinsky
by Ronald K. L. Collins November 3, 2021 ... di-arabia/
Vice’s hard-nosed coverage on Saudi Arabia changed after investment deals with the repressive kingdom. A deleted documentary is not completely gone, however.
Nikita Mazurov
September 9 2023 ... ent-biden/
Republican hardliners threaten US government shut down unless Biden slashes FBI spending
House Freedom Caucus is also demanding an end to 'woke policies' at the defence department and more money to be spent on border enforcement
Tony Diver, US EDITOR
10 September 2023 ... nas-count/
The FBI Amassed Almost 22 Million DNA Profiles, Rivaling China’s Count
A Trump-era rule change is responsible for a recent uptick in samples
Daniel De Crescenzo
September 10,2023 ... hborhoods/
Oil Refineries Are Leaking Cancer-Causing Benzene Into Residential Neighborhoods
The EPA’s benzene monitoring and control program has failed to rein in the worst offenders.
By Mike Ludwig , TRUTHOUT
September 8, 2023 ... ourts.html
The Jewish Courts that Judged Jews Accused of Nazi Collaboration ... et-theory/
Secret Service agent who was with JFK raises new questions about assassination
By Patrick Reilly
Published Sep. 10, 2023 ... -she-says/
Former escort claims disgraced LI police chief James Burke forced her into oral sex
By Emily Crane
Published Sep. 10, 2023 ... oam40zk0w/
The inside story of how the navy spent billions on the ‘little crappy ship’
by Joaquin Sapien
September 10,2023 ... 353584.php
Drunken Hartford cop 'aggressively' touched woman in Block Island bar, report says
Christine Dempsey Staff Writer
Sep. 11, 2023 ... -swimsuit/
Florida cop arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting young girl when she was changing into her swimsuit
DAVID HARRISSep 10th, 2023
Cops in Florida arrested a former Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office deputy who allegedly sexually assaulted a girl between the ages of 6 and 8 ... y-shooting
Philly Cop Charged With Murder After Point-Blank Shooting
Alex Nguyen
Published Sep. 08, 2023 ... -suspended
LTO suspends driver's license of gun-toting ex-cop in viral road rage incident
Appeals Court Upholds Injunction Blocking CDC, FBI, White House from Censorship
ALLUM BOKHARI10 Sep 20231 ... PYHT4UB3M/
Woman, minor killed in traffic accident during police chase
By News Staff
September 10, 2023
HICKORY — A 38-year-old woman and a 12-year-old boy are dead after a police car crashed into their vehicle during a police chase on Friday, officials say. ... aid-leave/
Soldotna police officer arrested for domestic violence assault in July remains on paid leave
By Zaz Hollander
September 10,2028

Copaganda ... inst-cops/
A new settlement cuffs cops and guarantees more protests will become riots
By Post Editorial Board
Published Sep. 10, 2023 ... gr%5Etweet
Kick off the back-to-school season by enrolling in one of the #FBI's local youth community outreach programs. Learn more ... nary-hope/

Oral History of Political Prisoners Shows Enduring Power of Revolutionary Hope
Edited by abolitionist Josh Davidson and political prisoner Eric King, “Rattling the Cages” is an archive of defiance.
By Zane McNeill , TRUTHOUT
September 10, 2023 ... king-about
Why 2% Is the Most Dangerous Number No One Is Talking About
The sheer quantity of chemicals being dumped into the environment is quickly growing—and we only be seeing the beginning of the harm they are doing to us.
Sep 10, 2023
Common Dreams
We’ve had a summer from hell, with July 2023 temporarily claiming the title of hottest month on record. But while the klaxons of Earth’s climate system have riveted nearly everyone’s attention, something else is silently happening to us and other species that could turn out to be just as big a disaster.
Nature is increasingly stewing in air- and water-borne toxins originating in industrial processes. Tens of thousands of chemicals, only a tiny proportion of which have been tested for safety, are making their way into the environment—from pharmaceuticals that have passed through human bodies, to plastics, pesticides, solvents, fire-retardants, and chemicals used in making cookware coatings.
Recent research shows that whole classes of these chemicals are affecting sexuality and disrupting reproduction—not just in humans, but in a host of other animal species as well. But the whole ... t-and-run/
Prominent Federal Prosecutor Busted Handing Business Card to Police Investigating DUI Hit-And-Run
By Steve Neavlingi
September 11,2023

Cop suspended for assaulting family on road in Kozhikode; case registered against complainant's husb...
Read more at: ... ikode.html ... lood-tribe
Neo-Nazis Are Shocked a Guy Called 'BoneFace' Isn't Who They Thought He Was
Two neo-Nazi groups held a rally intended to be a show of force, but were instead embarrassed by a member with big claims about fighting in Ukraine.
By Mack Lamoureux
September 8, 2023 ... -emissions
Orkney islands to trial electric ferries to cut carbon emissions
Battery-powered hydrofoils will replace ageing and highly polluting inter-island ferries from March 2024
Severin Carrell Scotland editor
Mon 11 Sep 2023 08 ... rk-walker/
5 Records Requests Every Crime Reporter Should File
FOIA for Criminal Justice and Public Safety Reporters
How to FOIA the FBI, get records from state police and do it at a cost that won’t bankrupt the newsroom, according to Mark Walker of The New York Times.
Program Date: Jan. 13, 2023 ... ing-ransom
Four cops suspended for stripping man, demanding ransom
Four policemen have been suspended for allegedly stripping a 30-year-old man and brutally beating him at a police outposts
MON - 11 SEPTEMBER 23 ... ice-update
DHS/ALL/PIA-027 Watchlist Service
DHS receives a copy of the Terrorist Screening Database (TSDB), the U.S. Government’s consolidated database maintained by the Department of Justice (DOJ) Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Terrorist Screening Center (TSC), to facilitate DHS mission-related functions, such as counterterrorism, law enforcement, border security, and inspection activities. In July 2010, DHS launched an improved method of transmitting TSDB data from TSC to DHS through a service called the DHS Watchlist Service (WLS). WLS maintains a synchronized copy of the TSDB, which contains personally identifiable information (PII) and disseminates TSDB records it receives to authorized DHS Components. DHS is updating this Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) to add the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Fraud Detection and National Security-Data System (FDNS-DS) as an authorized recipient of TSDB data via the WLS. ... watchlists
The consequences of being placed on a government watchlist can be far-reaching. They can include questioning, harassment, or detention by authorities, or even an indefinite ban on air travel. And while the government keeps the evidence it uses to blacklist people in this manner secret, government watchdogs have found that as many as 35 percent of the nominations to the network of watchlists are outdated and tens of thousands of names were placed on lists without an adequate factual basis. To make matters worse, the government denies watchlisted individuals any meaningful way to correct errors and clear their names. ... er&f=false
The FBI & American Democracy: A Brief Critical History
By Athan G. Theoharis ... d-kennedy/
May 26, 2014 — Allan Witwer, the manager of the hotel at the time, later recalled: ... whose own career was assisted by JFK nemesis J. Edgar Hoover (FBI), ...
The Guilty Men (2003) - LBJ conspiracy theory -Banned Men Who Killed Kennedy ... nd_the_CIA
Wall Street, the Supermob, and the CIA
Jonathan Marshall
2022, Lobster magazine
This article probes hitherto overlooked evidence of CIA connections to underworld-linked private foundations used by the Agency to launder funds to seemingly independent student, labor, religious, publishing, and other organizations involved in international operations. It demonstrates how CIA-protected foundations helped seemingly upstanding business leaders and Wall Street institutions collaborate with shady operators and outright criminals in pursuit of profit and political advantage. Their deals helped drive the wild bull market of the 1960s and produced the largest wave of corporate mergers since the beginning of the 20th century. Although the 1960s merger wave has been the subject of many academic studies, none has identified the role of criminal money in fueling its progress. The stories that follow illustrate that organized crime was an important force in 20th century U.S. business history. ... er&f=false
The Anthony Summers Collection: Goddess, Not in Your Lifetime, and Official ...
By Anthony Summers ... p-pinochet
The US can rebuild trust abroad – by declassifying incriminating intelligence
David Adler and Misty Rebik
We just returned from a delegation to Brazil, Chile and Colombia. Each country is still seeking answers about the history of US intervention
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Major Banks Funneled $1.8 Trillion to Carbon Bombs Between 2016 and 2022
JPMorgan Chase led the pack with more than $141 billion invested between 2016 and 2022, followed by Citi with $119 billion, and Bank of America with $92 billion.

COPAGANDA ... 35655.html
As FBI True Examines 'Operation Knockout' And 'Terror In Times Square,' Real-Life Agents Open Up About The Cases
Laura Hurley
Mon, November 6, 2023 ... tflix.html

The Sylvester Stallone Crime Thriller On Netflix That Deserves Way More Attention
By Chris Snellgrove ... r-AA1jxq8e
Coffee with a Cop’ aiming to break down barriers between citizens, officers
Story by AnaClare Barras  • ... 02572.html
How the FBI Nabbed the 2010 Times Square Bomber
Inside Edition
Tue, November 7, 2023 ... paign=post

The Big Deception
Maybe the most important form of copaganda
I write today about The Big Deception. That’s my cute term for how the news misleads people about the processes by which public safety policies come to be.  I’ve gestured at the concept in some of my writing, but I haven’t yet been explicit about it because I’ve been struggling to figure out how to write about it.
But recently, I had an interaction with the New York Times in which the paper agreed with my criticism and corrected an article after I pointed out on Twitter that the article’s description of the motivations of the NYC Mayor and NY Governor was deceptive (more on this incident later).  This interaction made me think it was time to try to write more fully about how news reporting about why politicians do things contributes to mass delusion.
When I say “mass delusion,” I do not mean anything necessarily nefarious or conspiratorial. I’m not complaining about the use of bad crime statistics or quoting biased sources.  Instead, I’m making the following observation: the level at which the news typically discusses the reasons that important public safety policies exist is superficial, simplistic, and wrong in ways that have discernible patterns and observable consequences in how well-meaning people approach trying to improve our society.  If our theory about why things are happening is silly, then we won’t be able to do much about the things we don’t like.
This series will have three parts.  In Part 1 this week, I’ll describe the basic concept, explain why it matters for how we think and what we do, and give an example about how the news can make us ignorant about why powerful institutions do the things that they do in the name of public safety.  In Part 2 next week, I’ll describe the most obvious level at which The Big Deception operates: reporting on why politicians say they do things versus why they actually do things.  I’ll give some revealing examples from news stories and probably say mean things about Eric Adams.  In Part 3 the following week, I’ll explain a deeper level of deception always below the surface in public safety reporting: a focus on individual decisions of powerful people and not on the structures that determine the conditions in which those decisions are made. I’ll conclude with some advice to journalists and news consumers about how to mitigate The Big Deception.
Part I: Understanding The Big Deception
1)    Introduction: What is “The Big Deception”?
The crux of the Big Deception is this: the collective ... paign=post

Welcome to the new Substack page of the 9/11 and Other Deep State Crimes Teleconference!
Our monthly meetings are now on Zoom! And all video conferences will be posted on this new page. ... -high-rate
Books keep our minds free’: US prisons ban reading materials at alarming pace
New PEN America data reveals incarcerated persons are being robbed of magazines and even recipe books ... -in-prison
At 17, I was jailed for a murder I didn’t commit – and spent seven life-changing years in prison
Basic police checks would have shown Sam Hallam wasn’t at the scene of the crime, but these weren’t carried out until he had spent much of his youth inside. He explains why he is still fighting for justice, years after his release
Simon Hattenstone
Tue Nov 7, 2023 ... oam40zk0w/
Maine group’s low-cost window inserts have cut heating bills for thousands
by Jules Walkup ... paign=post
COVID Intel - by Dr.William Makis
In depth intel on COVID-19, sudden deaths, mRNA vaccines, vaccine
By Dr. William Makis MD
Telecon video, Sept. 27, 2023: Dr. William Makis on the effects of the Covid vaccine ... egislation
US chemical industry likely spent $110m trying to thwart PFAS legislation, study finds
Analysis of federal lobbying documents by Food and Water Watch finds industry targeted dozens of pieces of legislation
Tom Perkins
Tue 7 Nov 2023 ... gn=1385328
The Kingston Report
The Kingston Report is an evidence-based, med-legal analysis of mRNA technologies and the dangers of the rapidly growing synthetic biology industry.
By Karen Kingston ... paign=post
New Zealand Petition to Ban mRNA Agents will the country make history again?
In the early days of the covid propaganda onslaught, I thought often — in fact, I yearned — for the possibility that the New Zealand government would once again establish its bona fides on the world stage by taking a sensible position. I imagined our then-Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern addressing the nation with ardent resolve not to succumb to a campaign of fear and impulse but to protect the citizenry of this small two-island country at the ends of the earth by zealously guarding our unalienable rights. I spun speeches in my own mind that would seek to calm anxieties about an invisible pathogen, rely on the strength and courage of people to follow established medical principles, acknowledge the critical role of natural immunity if and when illness made inroads, and vigorously pursue early treatment so as to avoid the lurid death scenarios depicted abroad, replete as they were with images of ventilators and overcrowded Intensive Care Units.
That, of course, was not to be.
The government instead assured us that they were the only font of covid truth and that the only way out of the pandemic to end all pandemics was via lockdowns, masks, mandates and universal inoculation with a novel biological agents never adequately tested masquerading as a vaccine. These agents, relying upon the mRNA platform, continue to be used only under provisional consent.
In a recent publication by Acevedo-Whitehouse and Bruno, concerns are raised about the risks of mRNA-based therapies. To quote from ... -shell-aoe
Allegations of extensive sexual abuse at Kenyan offsetting project used by Shell and Netflix
NGOs report allegations of abuse and harassment at Kasigau Corridor conservation project in southern Kenya over 12 years
Patrick Greenfield
Tue 7 Nov 2023 ... diana-1985
A violent murder, a child on death row
Paula Cooper was 15 when she murdered 77-year-old Ruth Pelke in her Indiana home, and was sentenced to death. But a campaign for her life came from an unexpected quarter
by Alex Mar
Tue 7 Nov 2023 ... paign=post

On May 27, 2022, the 194 unelected, unaccountable and largely unknown delegates to the 75th World Health Assembly (WHA) accelerated the UN/WHO process to transform international law to effectuate supranational centralized authoritarian control of global health. The WHO "One Health is an integrated, unifying approach to balance and optimize the health of people, animals and ecosystem. [It includes] One Health Surveillance System ... that monitors risks and helps identify patterns across these many areas."
To this day almost no one in the U.S. government has discussed this publicly, and it has not been reported in the media except for a few publications in the "alternative media"
On January 18, 2022 the United States submitted to WHO 13 extensive proposed Amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR) (2005)?. Forty other member states submitted additional proposed Amendments, for a total of 3073. Selected examples are included in the Appendix to this document.
On May 27, 2022, the WHA made a Decision* entitled "Strengthening WHO preparedness for and response to health emergencies" to implement Amendments to IHR (2005). On May 28, 2022, Mara M
Burr (, the U.S. Director of Multilateral Relations in the Office of Global Relations, initiated the silent procedure in the WHA. The WHA adopted (by consensus alone) only a process Amendment to Article 59 (Entry into force; period for rejection or reservations) with consequent updates to Articles 55 (Amendments), 61 (Rejection), 62 (Reservations) and 63 (Withdrawal of rejection or reservations). The adopted process Amendments:
1. Significantly reduce the time period for a member state to invoke Article 61 or 62 for an Amendment (but not for a Regulation) from 18 to 10 months, and
2. Specify a time period of 12 months for entry of an Amendment into force of international law. This is half of the time period that the WHO Constitution specifies for a Regulation's entry into force of international law (24 months); it is silent about a time period for Amendments. ... 427244007/
Prosecutors open case in Milwaukee cop Michael Mattioli's homicide trial
Chris Ramirez
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

UP cop sent to police lines after video shows him wearing vest and towel on duty Superintendent of Police Brijesh Kumar Srivastava said SI Ram Narain Singh, in-charge of Sindhia outpost under Kokhraj police station, was seen in a viral video hearing ...

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South Wales Police officer held man's head 'over spit fear'
Tue, November 7, 2023
A police officer held down the head of a man, who died hours after his release from custody, because he feared he would spit at him, a police disciplinary panel has heard.
Mohamud Hassan, 24, died on 9 January 2021 after being found unresponsive in his Cardiff flat, having been arrested and released the previous evening.
The disciplinary panel has retired to consider a gross misconduct allegation.
Officer A is accused of using excessive force. ... conference
Police Chief Injured in Crash After Reckless Driving Press Conference
Dan Ladden-Hall
News Correspondent
Published Nov. 07, 2023 ... igley.html
State police shamefully slow to expunge criminal records | Quigley
Nov. 07, 2023 ... 30014.html
Akron voters approved creating a police review board a year ago. What's happened since?
Derek Kreider, Akron Beacon Journal
Tue, November 7, 2023

Hopkinton police sergeant knew of alleged sexual assaults, independent investigation finds
Tom Benoit, The MetroWest Daily News
Tue, November 7, 2023 ... 36789.html
HOPKINTON — An independent investigator retained by the town has found that a police sergeant had knowledge of his former colleague's alleged sexual misconduct but failed to report it for several years.
The sergeant, Timothy Brennan, has been on paid administrative leave since May.
That same month, former Deputy Police Chief John "Jay" Porter pleaded not guilty to three counts of child rape after being accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl in 2004 and 2005 when ... v501zqRD4/
Excited delirium: Understanding the evolution away from a controversial term
Focusing on observed behavior will help protect both the individuals needing assistance and the officers responding to the situation, while also improving public safety reporting and practices ... -question/
Tim Wu Asks Why Congress Keeps Failing To Protect Kids Online. The Answer Is That He’s Asking The Wrong Question
from the wrong-question,-dumb-answer dept
Tue, Nov 7th 2023 09:26am - Mike Masnick
While I often disagree with Tim Wu, I like and respect him, and always find it interesting to know what he has to say. Wu was also one of the earliest folks to give me feedback on my Protocols not Platforms paper, when he attended a roundtable at Columbia University discussing early drafts of the papers in that series.
Yet, quite frequently, he perplexes me. The latest is that he’s written up a piece for The Atlantic wondering “Why Congress Keeps Failing to Protect Kids Online.”
The case for legislative action is overwhelming. It is insanity to imagine that platforms, which see children and teenagers as target markets, will fix these problems themselves. Teenagers often act self-assured, but their still-developing ... te-change/

What Does the Law of the Sea Say About Climate Change?
A team of 21 judges is going to figure it out.
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Congressmen pursue FBI, CIA files on Latino civil rights pioneers
Russell Contreras Axios Latino ... ibilities/
Gaza Airdrops: Propaganda and Possibilities
By Paul Larudee - March 13, 2024 ... in-school/
Brawl between high school teacher and school safety agent caught on camera
Jesse O’Neill March 14, 2024 ... ing-plant/
Anti-Israel protesters swarm The Post, NY Times printing plant, accuse Times of manufacturing ‘consent for genocide’
Snejana Farberov March 14, 2024 ... 148618007/
Gossip, coincidences: FBI file shows Y-12 staff suspected 2012 intruders got inside help
Daniel Dassow March 12,2024 Knoxville News Sentinel


FBI: International May Have Set Another Agent Up For Failure, But I Feel Called Out By One Mistake
Cinema Blend on
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It remains to be seen if FBI: International ever revisits his very firable offense as Season 3 continues on CBS and streaming via Paramount+ subscription. The show is mostly procedural, so it won't be a huge surprise if this storyline isn't continued in future episodes ... opher-wray
KU, FBI cybersecurity conference April 4 to include keynote from FBI Director Christopher Wray
LAWRENCE — Members of the University of Kansas community and the public are invited to attend an upcoming cybersecurity conference that will bring together experts in the ... ier-fired/
Ellsworth residents want to know why their police chief was fired
Bill Trotter ... -concerns/
FBI proposal to continue using Camp Bonneville as shooting range raises questions, concerns
Clark County Council discusses new contract with federal law enforcement agency
By Shari Phiel, Columbian staff writer
Published: March 14, 2024 ... ion-hamas/
The FBI is investigating “thousands” of threats related to the Israel–Hamas conflict.
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He was making a documentary about police brutality. Then the LAPD tased him in his home
Noah Goldberg
Tue, July 18, 2023 ... -counties/
Florida pensions for police, firefighters get sweeter, costing counties
A reduced retirement age for first responders is among the changes expected to cost hundreds of millions of dollars in the next year. ... -officers/
New Orleans fined millions by police union due to rapid decline in police officers ... testifies/
Biden Transition Team Was Tipped Off the Night Before Planned FBI Interview with Hunter, Whistleblower Testifies
July 18, 2023 7:57 AM ... heat-wave/
Phoenix hits at least 110 for 19th straight day, breaking US city records in worldwide heat wave
 July 18, 2023 ... st-warning
We are damned fools’: scientist who sounded climate alarm in 80s warns of worse to come
James Hansen, who testified to Congress on global heating in 1988, says world is approaching a ‘new climate frontier’
Oliver Milman
Wed 19 Jul 2023 ... 9ee2b95d2c
Extreme weather live: temperatures in Italy near 117 F(47C) Greece wildfires spread
Twenty-three of Italy’s 27 main cities facing searing temperatures; wildfires north and west of Athens force residents to flee
Italy temperatures near 47C (117F) ... me-change/
House Foreign Affairs Committee Marks Anniversary of Cuba’s July 2021 Uprising With Renewed Calls For Regime Change
By Jeremy Kuzmarov - July 18, 2023 ... mergencies
NYPD to Test Public Announcement Drones During Emergencies
New York City wants to fly highly impractical surveillance tech to let people know about emergencies and extreme weather.
By Roshan Abraham ... ainbow-bag
Poland Wants Pardon for Neo-Fascist Behind Pride Attack
Polish Attorney General and Justice Minister Zbiegnew Ziobro ordered the early release of a far-right activist who snatched a woman’s rainbow bag ahead of a Pride parade.
By Tim Hume
July 17, 2023 ... vez-agwan/
Pervez Agwan is challenging AIPAC-endorsed Rep. Lizzie Fletcher in a recently redrawn Texas district.
Ryan Grim
July 18 2023, ... -tracking/
The U.S. military’s elite special operations command doesn’t want its planes tracked, according to a procurement document.
Sam Biddle
July 18 2023 ... tural-gas/
Lawmakers helped with a plan to put the natural gas export facility in already-polluted Chester, Pennsylvania.
Akela Lacy
July 17 2023 ... ase-report
July 18, 2023 
FBI tells agent investigating Hunter Biden not to answer certain committee questions about case: report
Republicans on House Oversight Committee said former supervisory agent confirmed key portions of whistleblower’s testimony ... cial-media
July 18, 2023 
Jordan demands Wray amend testimony on FBI policing of ‘misinformation’ on social media Jordan is threatening to hold Wray in contempt of Congress for failing to comply with subpoenas

Copaganda ... ands-tall/
FBI director stands tall
July 18, 2023 at 9:11 am ... l-program/
Redmond Police Department's Citizen Academy now accepting applicants for fall programREDMOND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- The Redmond Police Department is currently accepting applications for the 2023 Citizens Academy. The academy is an opportunity for... ... 62125.html
FBI Turning to Social Media to Track Traitors ... s-in-media
Inside the FBI's decades-long effort to court allies in the media
J. Edgar Hoover's hidden wordsmiths
As the first director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, J. Edgar Hoover faced a public-relations problem. Amid the centralization of government under FDR’s New Deal, some Americans worried that a federal law enforcement agency would develop into a secret police force. To head off such fears, the FBI under Hoover began what became a decades-long effort to court allies in the press. One of the more unusual aspects of this campaign was the creation of a five-agent ghostwriting division that cultivated journalists with ostensibly personal letters from Hoover. The correspondence unit, housed in the FBI’s crime records division, churned out thousands of these missives during Hoover’s 48-year tenure at the helm of the FBI and its predecessor, the Bureau of Investigation, writes Matthew Cecil, a journalism and communications scholar at South Dakota State University.
FBI Social Media Sites
Business Operations Careers at the FBI
Arts and communications professionals lend their creative skills to tell impactful stories about our people, our cases, and the communities we serve. ... f12a206691
Google Lacked ‘Manpower’ To Help Feds On Emergency Domestic Terror Threat, FBI Reports
Thomas Brewster Forbes Staff
Jul 18, 2023 ... -explained
Federal Government Social Media Surveillance, Explained
The government’s increased monitoring of social media raises concerns for civil rights and civil liberties.
Harsha Panduranga
Emil Mella Pablo ... ation-dhs/
Leaked Documents Outline DHS’s Plans to Police Disinformation
Ken Klippenstein, Lee Fang ... 0307962954
The Burglary: The Discovery of J. Edgar Hoover's Secret FBI Hardcover – Deckle Edge, January 7, 2014
by Betty Medsger The never-before-told full story of the history-changing break-in at the FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania, by a group of unlikely activists—quiet, ordinary, hardworking Americans—that made clear the shocking truth and confirmed what some had long suspected, that J. Edgar Hoover had created and was operating, in violation of the U.S. Constitution, his own shadow Bureau of Investigation.
‘Discredit, disrupt, and destroy’: FBI records acquired by the Library reveal violent surveillance of Black leaders, civil rights organizations
Virgie Hoban 
January 18, 2021
The Men Who Killed Kennedy | Complete 9-Part Documentaryn
Beyond JFK The Question of Conspiracy ... -13-years/
Long Island cops ignored vital lead that could have led to Rex Heuermann 13 years ago
By Larry Celona and Jorge Fitz-Gibbon
July 18, 2023
February 1, 2018
The FBI Is Setting Up a Task Force to Monitor Social Media
But it is the worst possible candidate for the job.
CHIP GIBBONS ... ery-scheme
Grassley, Johnson, Senate Republicans Demand DOJ And FBI Protect Whistleblowers Alleging Biden Bribery Scheme
WASHINGTON – Today, Sens. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) led a group of twenty-three Republican senators in calling on the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to commit to protecting agency whistleblowers who disclosed the existence of FBI records alleging a criminal scheme involving then-Vice President Biden and a foreign national.
“Whistleblowers have and continue to play a vital role in exposing government misconduct at all levels.  Without whistleblowers, Congress would have never known the existence of
July 18, 2023
If the FBI was spying on GOP staff in 2017, what are they doing today?: Devin Nunes
Former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes says the FBI was spying on his staffers on 'The Evening ... bbdb5.html
FBI agent speaks with Kane community on online sexploitation and sextortion
Beth L. Koop Jul 18, 2023 ... index.html
CNN exclusive: FBI misconduct reveals sex, lies and videotape
By Scott Zamost and Kyra Phillips, CNN Special Investigations Unit
January 27, 2011 10:07 a.m. EST ... isclosure/
FBI Director Wray forced 665 FBI employees to leave agency after misconduct investigations: whistleblower disclosure
BY ZACH SCHONFELD - 10/06/22 ... ic/620845/
Dispatches from a moral panic
By Kaitlyn Tiffany › news › article215247100
Miami Herald
Jul 20, 2018 — A New York FBI agent was arrested after police said a woman at an Edison, New Jersey, clothing store caught him using his cell phone to take ...
22-year-old changing in dressing room catches FBI agent taking photos, NJ cops say BY JARED GILMOUR JULY 20, 2018 4:18 PM
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‘Under the rug:' Sexual misconduct shakes FBI’s senior ranks
December 10, 2020
— An assistant FBI director retired after he was accused of drunkenly groping a female subordinate in a stairwell. Another senior FBI official left after he was found to have sexually harassed eight employees. Yet another high-ranking FBI agent retired after he was accused of blackmailing a young employee into sexual encounters.
An Associated Press investigation has identified at least six sexual misconduct allegations involving senior FBI officials over the past five years, including two new claims brought this week by women who say they were sexually assaulted by ranking agents.
Each of the accused FBI officials appears to have avoided discipline, the AP found, and several were quietly transferred or retired, keeping their full pensions and benefits even when probes substantiated the sexual misconduct claims against them.
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State Department concluded COVID came from a lab in April 2020. Then backtracked and hid its tracks
House Select COVID committee wants to know more
MERYL NASS MD MAY 08, 2024 ... tate-guard
Florida cop with ‘patterns of abuse and bias’ joins DeSantis’s state guard
Javier Ortiz, accused of false arrests, harassment and doxxing, is now member of group reportedly becoming combat-ready militia
Gloria Oladipo Tue 7 May 2024 16.25 ... emperature
World’s top climate scientists expect global heating to blast past 1.5C target
Exclusive: Planet is headed for at least 2.5C of heating with disastrous results for humanity, poll of hundreds of scientists finds
* ‘Hopeless and broken’: why the world’s top climate scientists are in despair
Damian Carrington Environment editor Wed 8 May 2024 05 ... o-the-fbi/
Mississippi sheriff admits lying to the FBI
by Jerry Mitchell and Ilyssa Daly May 7, 2024 ... nypd-jail/
Two college protesters were placed in solitary confinement, according to Columbia professors who worked in real time to support jailed students.
Akela Lacy May 6 2024 ... tizen-lab/
NSO Group, which makes Pegasus spyware, keeps trying to extract information from Citizen Lab researchers — and a judge keeps swatting it down.
Shawn Musgrave May 6 2024
On Tuesday, the 61-year-old former law enforcement officer spoke in a soft voice to District Judge Daniel P. Jordan III as he pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI when he denied that he made a jailed woman take and share sexually explicit photos and videos of herself. ... le-weather
‘I’ve never seen anything like it’: can Jamaica adapt to the Caribbean’s increasingly unpredictable weather?
In February, a cold front turned into a storm causing millions in damage – and highlighted a new and urgent need for adaptation and mitigation projects
by Gladstone Taylor in Kingston, Jamaica
Tue 7 May 2024 ... ne-variant
Scientists claim to have found another distinct genetic form of Alzheimer’s
Study suggests almost everyone with two copies of genetic variant ApoE4 goes on to develop disease
Nicola Davis Science correspondent Mon 6 May 2024 ... um=reader2
SARS-CoV-2 Chimeric and Vaccines Intentionally Developed Military Threats to Civilian Populations?
Dr. McCullough with Former Special Operations Soldier Jeffrey Prather
Excess deaths with Senator Rennick
Dr. John Campbell ... their-son/
-Border Patrol Agent Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murdering Girlfriend, Their Son
By Steve Neavling

Eight Martinis
Remote Viewing Magazine ... 85bbef344e

Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research| March 2010 | Vol. 1 | Issue 2 | Page 184-192 184 Bryan, R. Conscious Control of an Electron

Conscious Control of an Electron
Ronald Bryan*
I consider the possibility that the electron, not a human observer, precipitates the collapse of the electron's wavefunction when it is detected. This would seem to endow the electronic wavefunction with an elementary consciousness. If so, then perhaps a human consciousness could interact with the electronic consciousness to flip its spin. I propose an experiment to test this possibility, namely one in which the electron is the single valence electron of a magnesium ion immersed in a 50-gauss magnetic field. A dye laser shines on the ion and is tuned to bring about laser induced fluorescence (LIF) at a wavelength of 280 nm. The LIF is so strong that if the ion were shining in the visible range, it could be seen with the naked eye. Instead it is
Psychic Warrior: Inside the CIA's Stargate Program: The True Story of a Soldier's Espionage and Awakening
David Morehouse. ... /swann.php
Ingo Swann Research Fellowship
The Ingo Swann Research Fellowship, offered every other year, provides approximately $3,000 (this amount can fluctuate year to year) for visiting researchers working on projects that require on-site consultation of University of West Georgia parapsychology collections in Ingram Library's Special Collections.
Elwood Babbitt was a psychic, clairvoyant and trance medium ... q=11917929
Iron Shirt Chi Kung
by Mantak Chia ... 787755.htm
Author C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., believes everyone has the potential for personal connections with the divine. Shealy’s new body, mind and spirit book, “Conversations with G: A Physician’s Encounter with Heaven” (published by Balboa Press), shares the conversations the doctor and healer has had with his spirit guide throughout the past 30 years. ... in-despair
They are terrified, but determined to keep fighting ‘Hopeless’
They are terrified, but determined to keep fighting.
‘Hopeless and broken’: why the world’s top climate scientists are in despair
Exclusive: Survey of hundreds of experts reveals harrowing picture of future, but they warn climate fight must not be abandoned
* World’s top climate scientists expect global heating to blast past 1.5C target
Damian Carrington Environment editor Wed 8 May 2024 ... d-using-ai
Fake Monet and Renoir on eBay among 40 counterfeits identified using AI
Paintings identified as fake using cutting-edge technology are ‘tip of the iceberg’ specialist Dr Carina Popovici says
Dalya Alberge Wed 8 May 2024 ... um=reader2
Simian Virus 40 Contamination of Polio Vaccines
Institute of Medicine Report in 2002 is Inconclusive, Concern Mounts with SV40 Found in Pfizer and Moderna mRNA Vaccines
PETER A. MCCULLOUGH, MD, MPH MAY 08, 2024 ... orm-brain/
RFK Jr. says doctors found a dead worm in his brain
The presidential candidate has faced previously undisclosed health issues, including a parasite that he said ate part of his brain
March 26, 2024. Jim Wilson/The New York Times ... ist-abuse/
Methuen officer at troubled department files discrimination suit alleging decades of racist abuse
Officers made comments about shooting Black supporters of Hillary Clinton, having an “ethnic cleansing” of the department, and wanting to hang Black G.I. Joes with bullet holes in a tree, the complaint said.
By Molly Farrar May 7, 2024 ... ecordings/
House Republicans Move Forward with Holding AG Garland in Contempt over Biden
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