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9/11 and Other Deep State Crimes Teleconference
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Draft Agenda for 9/26/18 Teleconference

Greetings all,

On this mont's call, Xander Arenda starts us of with a presentation on last year's Mandalay Bay hotel shootings.

Lawrence Fine then offers us a theoretically "synthesized" take on the events at the Pentagon on 9/11.

Then we have an internal business item: a proposal to remove Wayne Coste from the Teleconference.

Barbara Honneger next gives us a brief update on the sworn affidavit of self-reported 9/11 eye-witness Robert Alexander.

Finally, we'll hear brief reports from those of us who participated in the various 9/11 anniversary events across the country.

As always, we'll reserve time at the end of the call for your announcements.

Please join us Wednesday night for these latest currents in the Truth movement!

Ken Freeland
Cheryl Curtiss
Craig McKee

DRAFT AGENDA for Wednesday 29 August Teleconference

I Roll call, minutes approval (see copy below)l, agenda approval (5 min)

II The Mandalay Bay Hotel shootings [Xander Arena] {Cheryl} (15 min min + 10 min Q&A)

III 9/11 Synthesis -- on the Pentagon [Lawrence Fine] {Susan Serpa} (10 min +Q&A)
References: ... 932355036/ ... 432351786/

IV Motion to remove Wayne Coste from the Teleconference [Cheryl Curtiss, Barbara Honegger] (10 minutes--includes discussion]
"Cheryl Curtiss and Barbara Honegger will move that Wayne Coste be removed from the teleconference calls and
listserv due to his flagrantly false and unsupported accusations on the call against Craig McKee, his blind cc’ing of an e-mail to Craig repeating these false and inflammatory statements to dozens of 9/11 Truth Movement activists without Craig’s knowledge, his refusal to retract these false statements on the subsequent call, his intentional and inflamatory creation of a new website with a name mirroring Craig's own Truth and Shadows site mocking Craig's research, and his attempt on the call, all recorded, to extort Craig that he take actions demanded by Wayne in order for Wayne to remove the mocking website from the Net."

V Brief update on Robert Alexander affidavit [Barbara Honegger} (5 minutes + Q &A)
References: ... 6,2018.pdf ... ys-1091935 ...

VI Reports on 9/11 anniversary events [group discussion] (10 minutes)

VII Announcements

VIII Ideas for next month's teleconference (group discussion)

IX Any available updates on issues of identified ongoing concern (if any remaining time):
New articles, books, films, or recent news about 9/11 or other Deep State crimes
9/11 and the Deep State on the legal front, including current adjudicatory efforts by Lawyers for 9/11 Inquiry, JASTA, 28 pages, William Pepper’s efforts with AE911Truth against NIST and the Dept. of Commerce
Censorship and cognitive infiltration: new examples of censorship or harassment of members of the Truth community; MSM treatment of 9/11 Truth
Google (et al.) censorship
The 9/11 Consensus Panel
9/11 Truth political candidates
X Adjournment (by 9:30 p Eastern) ... l/23344014

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A quantitative description of FBI public relations
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Of all federal government agencies in the U.S. from the 1930's to the 1980's, the Federal Bureau of Investigation probably had the most successful media relations program. The Bureau's leaders seemed to be masters at getting good publicity and avoiding bad.

By describing a quantitative analysis of the FBI's publicity over that 50-year period, this article attempts to show why those efforts were so successful. It identifies the themes that typified the verbal component of Bureau publicity, and the broad spectrum of mass communication channels that were tapped. ... 9409372948

J. Edgar Hoover's four‐baggers: An analysis of rhetorical functions
Dirk Cameron Gibson
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This essay uses declassified FBI internal memoranda to study J. Edgar Hoover's rhetorical behavior. Specifically, it is possible to understand better the administrative and communicative tendencies of the Director through analysis of his hand‐written comments. The unvarnished, completely candid Hoover emerges from these “fourbaggers. “Hoover's scrawled messages fulfilled twelve basic functions: 1 demands for expedited action, 2) administrative orders, 3 approval of proposed FBI policies, 4 complaining, 5“no comment” orders, 6) FBI policy proposals, 7) criticism of FBI errors 8 disapproval of FBI policy proposals, 9 information requests, 10) complaints about criticism, 11 self‐protection, and 12 attacks on critics. Careful analysis of these rhetorical functions reveals four clusters, or groups of functions. These are: 1 self‐protection, 2 retaliation, 3 emotional catharsis, and 4) orders and requests. While these categories are not entirely discrete, and although we cannot precisely understand Hoover's motives, it is possible to understand both the rhetor and his rhetoric through close consideration of the behavior. ... =167349422

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Voting for the Lesser of Evils

Submitted by robert shetterly on 21 August 2018 - 12:00am
Since I’ve been old enough to vote -- 50 years now -- I’ve felt, except maybe once or twice, that I was voting for the lesser of evils.

That problem was acute in the run up to the 2016 election, and already I’m hearing people say about the 2018 midterm: no matter who it is, if it’s Democrat, you’ve got to vote for it. We’ve got to cancel congressional support for Trump.

That seems not an unworthy goal.

But let’s think about a democracy constantly providing choices which great numbers of people are uncomfortable with, disappointed in, insulted by, angry about.

Do I really have a vote if I can’t vote for the world I want, a world based in sanity rather than suicidal exploitation and U.S. empire? What does it mean if I can’t vote to grapple with the issues I think most urgent?

Someone might answer, well, write in the candidate then who fits your bill. Really? That’s throwing away your vote as sure as not voting.

It seems to me that when you vote for the lesser of evils knowing full well that one of the candidates is more reprehensible than the other but that neither will solve the serious problems, you have then voted against democracy. You’ve disenfranchised yourself. Haven’t you then turned the fundamental tool of democracy into a wrecking bar to tear it down rather than build it up? To protect yourself against a big blue monster, you’ve tied your fate to a smaller green monster. Or, to save yourself from cancer, you’ve chosen heart disease.

Someone will surely remind me that politics is about compromise. Voting for the lesser of evils is a compromise; that's what we do in politics. Politicians must often compromise. Sometimes that’s a courageous virtue -- the art of the possible. Sometimes it’s a betrayal. But is it the role of citizens to compromise their values and their intelligence? I think my obligation as a citizen may be not to compromise but to adhere to my values, to insist on what I consider moral and sane. If I compromise, I give my elected official permission to compromise even further. These sorts of compromises have brought us to the brink of disaster -- actually beyond the brink for so many people already besieged by climate change or the member of a species made extinct by habitat loss.

We all know now (and if you don’t, you’re living in propaganda land) that we live in an oligarchy. A plutocracy. A military/industrial corporatocracy which determines that we have two corporate parties, with two amenable-to-capitalism candidates, and no viable third party. Voting for the lesser of evils inside that system is a vote for the status quo.

If we show signs of opposing this system by refusing to vote, our friends are outraged: “But what if that blue monster wins?” I say the monster has already won. The monster is the system that is despoiling the earth with dollars and weapons and entitlement.

When I vote, I want to be able to vote not for the lesser of evils but the better of goods. I want candidates who recognize the urgency of the crises bearing down on us. And my choice then is: who has the best plan? I want to simply vote for sanity in defiance of this corrupt system. The essential evil in the system is that we can’t vote to fix it. I can’t vote to get the money out of the system. I can’t vote to indict a government of war criminals. I can’t vote to end an economy based on death.

When we are encouraged to vote for the lesser of evils, we are encouraged to vote our fear not our hope, vote for the status quo not for justice. Or to vote for a person more inclined to do the will of the Pentagon rather than Big Pharma or more inclined to sell out to Citigroup rather than kowtow to Exxon-Mobil.

Someone might say, yes, all that’s true, but we can’t look at that big picture. We’ve got to deal with this election right now. We’ll fix that big stuff later. No, not true. There is no later.

The choice of human survival and the survival of other species is upon us -- the survival of all the plants and animals on the planet who can’t vote. The big issues are the most present. They are the greater evil. Voting for the lesser evil is voting for the greater evil.

But, after all that, am I telling you you should not vote for Democrats, any Democrats, to break the chokehold of the Republicans on Congress? No, I’m not saying that. My own truth telling, and I am being as honest as I know how, runs head on into the nastiness of this moment and the reality of so many social, environmental, legal and political protections being stripped away by our current government. If we vote in Democratic majorities, will we be voting to end U.S. militarism and Empire? No. Will we be voting to make a radical shift in green energy production? No, nowhere near radical enough. Will we be voting to get the special interest money -- which makes the system anti-democratic -- out of the system? No. Will we be voting for national health care? Maybe a little closer.

What this means is that the election, no matter which way it goes, obligates us to citizen action and civil disobedience -- to demand action that will save life and create hope for the future on this ailing planet. Because we can’t vote for the better of goods, inevitably we must vote for greater responsibility for ourselves. The system won’t right this listing ship. Only we can.

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Postby fruhmenschen » Wed Sep 26, 2018 6:18 pm

9/11 and Other Deep State Crimes Teleconference

Draft Agenda for 9/26/18 Teleconference

Greetings all,

On this mont's call, Xander Arenda starts us of with a presentation on last year's Mandalay Bay hotel shootings.

Lawrence Fine then offers us a theoretically "synthesized" take on the events at the Pentagon on 9/11.

Then we have an internal business item: a proposal to remove Wayne Coste from the Teleconference.

Barbara Honneger next gives us a brief update on the sworn affidavit of self-reported 9/11 eye-witness Robert Alexander.

Finally, we'll hear brief reports from those of us who participated in the various 9/11 anniversary events across the country.

As always, we'll reserve time at the end of the call for your announcements.

Please join us Wednesday night for these latest currents in the Truth movement!

Ken Freeland
Cheryl Curtiss
Craig McKee

DRAFT AGENDA for Wednesday 29 August Teleconference

I Roll call, minutes approval (see copy below)l, agenda approval (5 min)

II The Mandalay Bay Hotel shootings [Xander Arena] {Cheryl} (15 min min + 10 min Q&A)

III 9/11 Synthesis -- on the Pentagon [Lawrence Fine] {Susan Serpa} (10 min +Q&A)
References: ... 932355036/ ... 432351786/

IV Motion to remove Wayne Coste from the Teleconference [Cheryl Curtiss, Barbara Honegger] (10 minutes--includes discussion]
"Cheryl Curtiss and Barbara Honegger will move that Wayne Coste be removed from the teleconference calls and
listserv due to his flagrantly false and unsupported accusations on the call against Craig McKee, his blind cc’ing of an e-mail to Craig repeating these false and inflammatory statements to dozens of 9/11 Truth Movement activists without Craig’s knowledge, his refusal to retract these false statements on the subsequent call, his intentional and inflamatory creation of a new website with a name mirroring Craig's own Truth and Shadows site mocking Craig's research, and his attempt on the call, all recorded, to extort Craig that he take actions demanded by Wayne in order for Wayne to remove the mocking website from the Net."

V Brief update on Robert Alexander affidavit [Barbara Honegger} (5 minutes + Q &A)
References: ... 6,2018.pdf ... ys-1091935 ...

VI Reports on 9/11 anniversary events [group discussion] (10 minutes)

VII Announcements

VIII Ideas for next month's teleconference (group discussion)

IX Any available updates on issues of identified ongoing concern (if any remaining time):
New articles, books, films, or recent news about 9/11 or other Deep State crimes
9/11 and the Deep State on the legal front, including current adjudicatory efforts by Lawyers for 9/11 Inquiry, JASTA, 28 pages, William Pepper’s efforts with AE911Truth against NIST and the Dept. of Commerce
Censorship and cognitive infiltration: new examples of censorship or harassment of members of the Truth community; MSM treatment of 9/11 Truth
Google (et al.) censorship
The 9/11 Consensus Panel
9/11 Truth political candidates
X Adjournment (by 9:30 p Eastern)

This draft agenda sent to:
John Heartson, Don DeBar, Scott Halfmann, Steven E. Jones, William Rodriguez, David Ray Griffin, William Douglas, Steve Alten , Tom Tvedten, Justin Martel, Les Jamieson, Michael Jackman, Michael Wolsey, Peggy Brewster, Barrie Zwicker, Erik Lawyer, Gabriel Day, Kevin Barrett, PhD, Carol Brouillet, Mia Hamel, Paul Craig Roberts, Jack Blood, Diana (for, Cheryl Curtiss, Jodie Baltazar, Jarek Kupsc, Joseph Culp, Ken Jenkins, Ellen Mariani, Gerhard Bedding, Jack Shimek, Paul Krik, Rock Creek Free Press, Damon Bean, Allan Giles, Kyle Hence, Michael Berger, Dylan Avery, Jason Burmas, Mike Palecek, Donald Stahl, Ray McGovern, Cynthia McKinney, Ph,D, Don Plummer, Doug Wight, Global Outlook, Paul Zarembka, Penny Little, Bob Cable, Suzanne Warson, Peter Thottam, Ralph Schoenman, Carol Wolman, Scholars for 911 Truth & Justice, Hummux, Political Leaders for 9/11 Truth, Frank Morales, Frank Tolopko, Alan Miller, James Hufferd, Ph.D., Erik Larson, Ted Walter , Suzanne Warson, Frederick Coward, Gordon Duff, Sherri Kane, Leonard Horowitz, William Woodward, Jerry Mazza, William Pepper, Wayne Madsen, David Kimball, Jeffrey Orling, Michael Marino, Lenny Mather (in memoriam), Ken Freeland, Tania Torres, Graeme MacQueen, Yumi Kikuchi, Stuart Hutchison, Roland Angle, Frank Agamemnon , Harold Hilton, Phil Restino, Rich McCampbell, John Zito, Manny Badillo, John Hankey, Oskar Mosquito, Edwin Jewett, Ms Anisa Fattah, Robert Barron, Shelton Lankford, Matthew Hayward, Anna Yeisley, Chris Pratt, Craig Ranke, Susan Lindauer, Barbara Honegger, Democritus Blantayre, Joseph Baltar, Jim Hogue, Sheila Casey, Steve Martin, Ben Collet, Elizabeth Woodward, Runyan Wilde, Susan Wolfe, Adam Ruff, Conrad Gilber. Jonathan Mark, Tonya Sneed, Dan Sutton, Richard Krushnic, Mark Crispin Miller, Byron Belitsos, George Ripley, Laurie Manwell , Susan Serpa, Nicolas Guillermo, Dwain Deets, Craig McKee, Steve Fahrney; Fran Shure; David Petrano, Lawrence Fine, A.K. Dewdney, Steve De'ak, Allan Rees, Art Olivier, Ron Avery, Michael Booth, Jim Fetzer, Laura Katleman, Don Gibbs, Mark Basile, John-Michael Talboo, Julian Stroh, Christopher Gruener, Elias Davidsson, Martin McGee, Adnan Zuberi, Jan Ravensbergen, Rich Aucoin (in memoriam), David Hooper, Wayne Coste, P.E., Don Fox, Bill Wilt, William Jacoby, Ron Neils, John Campbell, Dan Hennen, Barton Bruce, Cheri Aspenleiter, Stephen Phillips, Dick Atlee, Lynn Ertrell, Nita Renfrew. Frank Tolopko, Mark McDonald, Christopher Bollyn, John Paul OMalley, Rodger Bories, Mark Snyder, Jane Clark, Richard Sacks, Tim Michel, Lynn Bradbury, Xander Arena, David Cole, Rick Tufts, Jerry Turner, Rick Shaddock, Rebecca Schmoyer, Mark Mckertich, Kip Beckford, Doug West, PF Soto, Dennis Cimino, Jane Clark, Charles Ewing Smith, Lucy Morgan Edwards, Pablo Novi, David Rolde, Gregory Flynn, Pat O'Connell, Jeff Long, Greg McCarron, Andy Steele, Thomas Robichaud, Doug Mackenzie, Peter Michael Ketcham, Gene Laratonda, Karl Golovin, Steve Jarrott, Neil Marquis, Matt Van Slyke, Tony Hall, Ph.D., Mike Springman, Ezra Smith, Samuel Smith, Janane Tripp, Daniel Fielding, Gerald Pechenuk, Ralph Lopez, Robert Griffin, Linda McPherson, Marie Spike, Kathy Allard, PhD, Trina Silvers, Julio Gomez, Ann Hendricks, Malcolm Arnold, Nooria Ghafoor


Craig McKee, Secretary 9/11 Monthly Teleconference Call

Draft minutes for the Wed., August 29, 2018 regular conference call

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Ken Freeland, Teleconference co-facilitator, Houston 9/11Truth
Cheryl Curtiss, Teleconference co-facilitator, Connecticut 9/11 Truth
Craig McKee, Teleconference secretary, Truth and Shadows
Wayne Coste, TAP
Marti Hopper, Colorado 9/11 Truth
Malcolm Arnold
Mick Harrison, Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry
Lawrence Fine
Richard Gage, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth
P.F. Soto, 9/11 activist
Tom Tvedten
Charles Ewing Smith
Rodger Bories, 9/11 activist
Frank Tolopko, Berkshire 9/11 Truth
Tony Hall, University of Lethbridge
John O’Malley, DC911Truth
Barbara Honegger, Monterey 9/11 Truth
Marie Spike, TAP
David Cole, Nine Eleven Accountability Team
Tim Michel, TAP
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Help explore Ronald Reagan’s 30,000-page FBI file

Join our crowdsourced effort to explore the hidden history of Reagan’s decades-long relationship with the Bureau

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Ronald Reagan’s decades-long association with the Federal Bureau of Investigation - from his early days as an anti-Communist informant in Hollywoodto the law and order governor of California to President of the United States during Iran-Contra - is attested to in his 30,000-page file, recently released to Emma Best. Due to the size and scope of the historical material contained in these pages, we’re using our new Assignments tool to start a crowdsourced project to hone in on the most interesting finds buried in the Bureau’s margins.

Click on the link below to start looking through the files. We’ll be highlighting your submissions in the weeks to come and offering prizes to those that end up generating new articles. Happy hunting!

Samuel Kaplan, a 64 year old FBI information technology program manager, was arrested and pleaded guilty, 3 June 2010, to child pornography possession. Kaplan was sentenced, 27 August 2010, to just under four years in jail followed by 15 years of supervised release. Kaplan worked in the FBI’s Chantilly, Virginia office and used “the FBI’s network to facilitate sexually explicit communications.” He was also trading in child rape from his home computer.

Michael Peluso, a 44 year old FBI Civilian Analyst with an undercover unit in

Critical Incident Response Group, was arrested, 9 January 2015, on child pornography charges. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced, 27 May 2016, to no jail time and supervised parole for life.

Peluso was caught trading child rape on-line by an Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Taskforce investigation.

United States Marshals Service (USMS)

Christopher W. McKee, a 37 year old intelligence analyst with the US

Christopher McKee
Marshals, was arrested on three counts of child pornography. McKee pleaded guilty, April 2013, and was sentenced, 15 August 2013, to five years probation with no jail time. McKee maintained a collection of child sex abuse on CDs labelled “teens” and “teen sluts” in his Arlington, Virginia office and also

Christopher McKee’s Statement of Facts
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Michael D. Rivera, a 29 year old Deputy US Marshal, was arrested on more than 20 charges including child pornography charges. He pleaded guilty,

Michael Rivera
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Flint Taylor

G. FLINT TAYLOR, a graduate of Brown University and Northwestern Law School, is a founding partner of the People’s Law Office in Chicago, an office which has been dedicated to litigating civil rights, police violence, government misconduct, and death penalty cases for 45 years. Among the landmark cases that Mr. Taylor has litigated are the Fred Hampton Black Panther case; the Greensboro, North Carolina case against the Ku Klux Klan and Nazis; the Ford Heights Four case in which four innocent men received a record $36 million settlement for their wrongful conviction and imprisonment; and a series of cases arising from a pattern and practice of police torture and cover-up by former Chicago police commander Jon Burge, former Mayor Richard M. Daley, former State’s Attorney Richard Devine, and numerous other police and government officials, five of which have been settled against the City of Chicago and Cook County for a total of approximately $26 million. He obtained a multi-million dollar settlement for a seven year old boy who was falsely accused by the Chicago Police of the murder of 11 year old Ryan Harris and has represented, and continues to represent, numerous other wrongfully convicted persons who have spent decades in prison and on death row, including Burge torture victims Michael Tillman, Darrell Cannon, Ronald Kitchen, Alonzo Smith, Anthony Holmes, Victor Safforld, Shawn Whirl, and Jackie Wilson, exonerees Randy Steidl, Paul Terry, Ronald Jones, Jerry Miller, Oscar Walden, Lewis Gardner, Paul Phillips, Terrill Swift, and Jonathan Barr, and the first woman jailhouse lawyer in Illinois, Maxine Smith.

Taylor’s work in fighting against police torture in Chicago over the past 29 years has been instrumental in obtaining the conviction and imprisonment of police torture ringleader Jon Burge and the precedent setting decision that upheld the inclusion of former Mayor Richard M. Daley as a co-conspiring defendant in the Tillman civil rights case. He also worked with the movement to obtain reparations for 60 survivors of Chicago police torture. He has also represented Nanci Koschman in her case against the CPD and SAO for covering up the truth about the death of her son in order to protect the Daley family, was one of the lead lawyers in obtaining a $5 million settlement for 74 victims of illegal strip and body cavity searches by the Milwaukee Police Department, and now represents three victims of torture and abuse at the CPD’s secret interrogation site, known as Homan Square.

Taylor also played a major role in the George Jones “street files” case that uncovered the unlawful Chicago police practice of keeping one set of files to be produced to defense lawyers while maintaining another secret set of files that often contained exculpatory evidence. This case dramatically changed the criminal discovery process in Cook County and also led to the groundbreaking wrongful prosecution verdict in Jones v. City of Chicago. As a police brutality litigator, he has been instrumental in pioneering and litigating Monell pattern and practice claims against municipalities, particularly in the areas of repeater cops, police discipline, the police code of silence, and domestic violence by police officers. Taylor also played a key role in major litigation brought against the Marion Federal Penitentiary, Stateville and Pontiac prisons in the areas of unconstitutional segregation, cruel and unusual conditions of confinement, and behavior modification.

Mr. Taylor is also an accomplished appellate advocate, and successfully argued the cases of Cleavinger v. Saxner and Buckley v. Fitzsimmons before the United States Supreme Court, as well as numerous cases before Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal and the Illinois Supreme Court.

Mr. Taylor is a longtime National Lawyers Guild member, a founding editor of the Police Misconduct and Civil Rights Law Reporter, has extensively written and lectured in the field of civil rights litigation and police torture, and frequently appears on radio and television and at other public forums to discuss these topics. He has authored four law review articles on these subjects, and his articles have appeared in the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Sun Times, The Nation, In These Times, the Huffington Post, Truthout, and Portside.

In 1975 Mr. Taylor was honored, along with his law partner Jeffrey Haas, for his work on the Fred Hampton case by being named by the Chicago Reader as members of the “Heavy 75,”, in 1977, with Haas, as an Advocate For Our Freedom for “representing a rare breed of legal advocates who take on the contemporary Sacco and Vanzetti or Scottsboro cases,” in 1986 he was nominated for the Durfee Foundation Award for his work in “enhancing the human dignity of others through legal institutions,” and, in 1989, again with Haas, received the Citizens Alert Fighters For Justice Award. He is the 2008 recipient of the William R. Ming Jr. Award of the Cook County Bar Association, given to a lawyer “for dedication and significant contribution to the causes of civil rights and individual liberties;” and in 2009 was awarded the First Defense Legal Aid First Defender Award for his “tireless commitment to protecting the civil rights of Chicago citizens.” He was also the recipient of the National Lawyers Guild’s 2009 Ernie Goodman Award “in recognition of extraordinary achievement by a National Lawyers Guild lawyer;” the 2009 Rainbow PUSH Father to the Community Award; the 2010 Jenner and Block award from the Northwestern Center on Wrongful Convictions for his “unflagging struggle against police brutality and racial repression under color of law;” with his law partners Joey Mogul and John Stainthorp, the 2010 Chicago National Lawyers Guild Arthur Kinoy Award for their “commitment to the struggle for justice for the survivors of torture;” the 2011 SFPIF Northwestern Law School Distinguished Alumnus Award for his “outstanding commitment to public service;” with his co-counsel Locke Bowman and Alexa Van Brunt, the Independent Voters of Illinois-Independent Precinct Organization’s 2014 Legal Eagle Award; and the 2016 Nelson Algren Humanitarian Award as “a conscience in touch with humanity.”

In 2002 he was named by Chicago Magazine as one of Chicago’s “30 Toughest Lawyers;” and by his peers as a “Leading Lawyer” in 2003, and 2015, as a “Super Lawyer” in 2007, 2008, and 2009, in 2015 as a member of the “Nation’s Top One Percent” by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel, and in 2016 as a “Top Lawyer” in the Global Directory of Who’s Who. ... story.html
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THE CONFERENCE SCHEDULE SITE: DOUBLETREE-by-HILTON Market Center, Dallas TX Date: Nov. [15],16-17-18 SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE Theme: “THE BIG PICTURE: WHY JFK, RFK & MLK HAD TO DIE” -A TOTAL OF 38 SPEAKERS THURS – SUNDAY! Thursday, Nov. 15: Due to popular demand, our schedule has expanded to include Thursday activities for early arrivals! ! (suggested donation: ... ugh-report

'I haven't heard back': FBI hasn't talked to multiple people who contacted agency about Kavanaugh
The probe's limited scope - which was dictated by the White House - is likely to exacerbate the partisan tensions surrounding Kavanaugh's nomination ... 1829496504

FBI Agent Still Tasked With Following Noam Chomsky Around Prepares For Another Day In Local Panera
Yesterday 12:08pm

TUCSON, AZ—Sighing as he settled into a corner table in the fast-casual eatery, FBI agent Thomas Vaughn, who is still tasked ... index.html
Christine Blasey Ford attorneys: Kavanaugh investigation a 'stain' on the FBI
By Eli Watkins, CNN

Updated 2:07 PM ET, Thu October 4, 2018 ... story.html

Settlement terms have been reached in a federal lawsuit filed against the Ventura County Sheriff's Office in May after deputies removed a Muslim woman’s head scarf while she was in custody.
Ventura County and the Sheriff’s Office reached a $75,000 settlement with Jennifer Hyatt, the Sheriff’s Office announced Monday. The settlement also includes a new policy in the written manual for the Sheriff’s Office that accommodates religious head coverings. ... story.html
 Off-duty cop hires Brooklyn hooker who steals his car and service weapon while he hits up ATM to pay her: sources


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The Latest: Ford letter to FBI questions agency's probe ... act-vague/

Use DocumentCloud and MuckRock to report with your readers through a CLEF grant
by Michael Morisy
October 01, 2018
We’re excited to announce that DocumentCloud and MuckRock are part of the next round of the Community Listening and Engagement Fund (CLEF). Newsrooms around the country can apply for a subsidy to use our filing, tracking, and analysis tools while developing new ways to involve readers in the reporting process.
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CIA internal history blamed interagency conflicts on the National Security Act being “purposefully vague”
by Emma Best
October 01, 2018
As part of MuckRock’s ongoing project to declassify and collect internal Central Intelligence Agency histories, the Agency recently released a copy of the history on coordination between inbetween intelligence agencies in the aftermath of World War II. The history outlines various “turf wars,” some which predate the Agency itself, which were the result of disagreements about what the law said and who had what responsibilities. According to the history, many of these disagreements and differing interpretations stemmed directly or indirectly from the language of the National Security Act of 1947, which both established and empowered the CIA, as being “purposefully vague.”
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How the FBI’s flawed investigation of Clarence Thomas became a model for Kavanaugh’s ... story.html
Video shows Texas police officers using force on family members, tasing man despite plea that 'no one is fighting'


OCT 02, 2018 | 9:10 AM ... story.html
Yale alum calls FBI with tip for Brett Kavanaugh probe, gets 'embarrassing' runaround, no response, he says


O ... story.html

State leaders call for transparency in closed-door criminal hearings
Officials were responding to a Globe Spotlight report that detailed how secret criminal hearings resulted in some suspects not facing charges for serious crimes — even though police had substantial evidence.  
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California opens some police misconduct records to public view

Melody Gutierrez Sep. 30, 2018 Updated: Sep. 30, 2018 5:54 p.m. ... ce-tapley/

“Natural Causes Killed Victor: A Death in Solitary,” a folk opera by George Swanson (DVD, 55 minutes)
Loaded on JAN. 10, 2017 by Lance Tapley published in Prison Legal News January, 2017, page 16
Filed under: Commentary/Reviews, Reviews, Immigration, Control Units, Tapes/Music. Location: Maine.
Written by George Swanson, a folksinger and Episcopal priest, this unusual folk opera tells how Victor Valdez, a sickly, working-class immigrant from the Dominican Republic, died in 2009 in solitary confinement at the Maine State Prison – and how the causes of his death were covered up.
The state prosecutor who investigated the case determined that Victor died of “natural causes.” True, he needed kidney dialysis and had other ailments, but a number of other prisoners said he had not been given proper medical care and had been physically abused. In fact, one prisoner had predicted to an advocate that the abuse would likely kill Victor.
I wrote the newspaper article, “A Prison Obituary: The Tragedy of Victor Valdez,” which was the basis for the opera. George Swanson has long worked with me and many others in a campaign to end or restrict the use of solitary in Maine and nationally. He successfully convinced the National Religious Campaign Against Torture (NRCAT) to take on the issue.
NRCAT’s founding director, the Rev. Richard Killmer, said the opera “shows the immorality of solitary confinement.” Bonnie Kerness, director of the American Friends Service Committee’s Prison Watch, called it an “amazing” ...
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Yale classmate to tell FBI of Brett Kavanaugh's 'violent drunken' behavior
The FBI's contact with Charles Ludington, a classmate of Brett Kavanaugh at Yale, is a new development in its background investigation.
by Peter Alexander, Ken Dilanian and Adam Edelman / Oct.01.2018 / 8:10 AM EDT / Updated 12:49 ... crowdfund/

September 25, 2018
Help release the FBI’s files on notorious CIA-tied drug smuggler Barry Seal
The Bureau found 21,826 pages of records on Seal, whose life touched on some of the most significant narcotics cases - and one of the biggest political scandals - of the 20th century
Written by JPat Brown, Emma Best
Edited by JPat Brown
In response to a FOIA request filed by Emma Best back in June, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has located close to 22,000 pages of records on Adler Berriman “Barry” Seal, a notorious drug smuggler with ties to the Central Intelligence Agency, whose life was most recently fictionalized in the 2017 film American Made.

The Bureau is asking for $655 in duplication fees for the release of the files, and owing to their historical importance, Best has opened the request up for crowdfunding. 
As Best summarizes: 
Barry Seal, a pilot and major smuggler for the Medellin cartel, became a DEA informant before being assassinated on the orders of Pablo Escobar in 1986. In 1988, House Judiciary Committee testimony revealed that Seal took part in a sting operation in which CIA installed cameras on his plane, allowing him to photograph Escobar and other members of the Medellin Cartel load large amounts of cocaine for transportation with the help of the Sandinista Minister of the Interior. These photographs were used by President Reagan as part of his effort to raise support for the Contras.
The FBI’s found 21,826 pages of records on Seal, whose life touched on some of the most significant narcotics cases – and one of the biggest political scandals – of the 20th century.
Every dollar raised helps release dozens of pages, so even a small donation helps. Contribute below, or via the request page. ... fbi-29894/

: Freedom of Information Request: Barry Seal FBI
To Whom It May Concern:
This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act. I hereby request the following records:
Adler Berriman "Barry" Seal (July 16, 1939 – February 19, 1986) was an American drug smuggler, and aircraft pilot and dealer who flew flights for the Medellín Cartel to and from his airport facility in Mena, Arkansas. His death has been widely and extensively reported.
I am specifically requesting previously all unprocessed files, including but not limited to any forensic, technical or laboratory reports about his death and information about his relationship with the U.S. government as an informant and/or operative. 
Please conduct a search of the Central Records System, including but not limited to the Electronic Surveillance (ELSUR) Indices, the Microphone Surveillance (MISUR) Indices, the Physical Surveillance (FISUR) Indices, and the Technical Surveillance (TESUR) Indices, for both main-file records and cross-reference records for all relevant names and companies. Please search both HQ files and files of various field offices. 
I am a member of the news media and request classification as such. I have previously written about the Bureau for AND Magazine, MuckRock and Glomar Disclosure. My articles have been widely read, with some reaching over 100,000 readers. As such, as I have a reasonable expectation of publication and my editorial and writing skills are well established. ... da00d5a283

CRIME 10/01/2018 01:11 pm ET
FBI Launches Corruption Probe Into Ohio Police Unit Behind Stormy Daniels’ Arrest
The decision follows “a variety of allegations” and actions involving the vice section, Columbus’ police chief said. ... /844615680
Christine Blasey Ford has not been contacted by FBI yet in Brett Kavanaugh investigation: Source
By: Cheyenne Haslett, ABC News 
Updated: Oct 1, 2018 - 7:40 AM ... story.html
Mailman pees on front porch of Tennessee home during delivery


OCT 01, 2018 | 10:55 AM ... story.html

NYPD sergeant says promotion to lieutenant was blocked due to his support of Colin Kaepernick


OCT 01, 2018 | 5:30 AM ... story.html
Three cops fatally shoot man claiming to have gun in Florida hospital emergency room


OCT 01, 2018 | 9:30 AM ... FYVDoncUO/
Minnesota woman awarded $520,000 after attack by police dog

ATLANTA-NEWS By Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk ... a-45684448

Berlin police officer faces brutality probe

Welcome to our website about the murder of Vince Foster, Deputy White House Counsel under President Clinton.  Brett Kavanaugh was in charge of the Foster death investigation and led the cover-up inside the Office of the Independent Counsel.  A federal court ordered Independent Counsel Ken Starr to include evidence, found in government records, of an FBI cover-up, to the final Report. 
Photo: Pablo Martinez Monsivais, AP ... 2c77a23900

Brett Kavanaugh: A week offers plenty of time for FBI to investigate allegations, former officials say
Week expected to be ample time for Kavanaugh FBI probe

Author: Kevin Johnson and Aamer Madhani, USA TODAY
Published: 3:05 PM EDT September 28, 2018
Updated: 6:26 PM EDT September 28, 2018 ... -says.html

FBI fitness app asks users to agree to 'all of their activities monitored and recorded'
Jaden Urbi ... ey-student


This pit bull was bred for dog fighting. Now he’s joining a police force. ... ton-rouge/

Gun reportedly stolen from FBI agent in Baton Rouge ... More_Pos12

Release government files on Malcolm X assassination ... story.html

Mexican federal forces disarmed local police in Acapulco. Will it work?


SEP 26, 2018 | 4:20 PM 
| MEXICO CITY ... nforcement

‘FBI’ Offers Unique Peek at Law Enforcement
CBS show details what federal agents do to keep America safe, and other series skip, says cast member Noel

Dick Wolf’s FBI premieres on CBS September 25. It’s a procedural about the inner workings of the FBI’s New York office, “bringing to bear all the Bureau's skills, intellect and mind-blowing technology to keep New York and the country safe,” in CBS’ words. ... story.html
Woman punched by cop during New Jersey beach arrest indicted for aggravated assault of a police officer


SEP 24, 2018 | 4:20 PM ... story.html
Wife of Florida deputy texted friend that husband had 'lost his mind' before murder-suicide


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The BBC Is a CIA Asset
August 1, 2018 | Categories: Announcements | Tags: |  Print This Article

The BBC Is a CIA Asset
Nothing else can be said for what was once a media organization. ... 565a6ccdb2

David Griffin’s new book on 9/11 can be ordered from publisher
September 26, 2018 | Categories: Announcements | Tags: |  Print This Article

David Ray Griffin & Elizabeth Woodworth’s new book about 9/11, 9/11 Unmasked: An International Review Panel Investigation can be purchased direct from the publisher: ... -tsarnaev/

FBI Evidence Proves Innocence of Accused Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
Paul Craig Roberts

Aug 17, 2015 · I have been contacted by attorney John Remington Graham, a member in good standing of the bar of the ... As readers know, I have been suspicious of the Boston Marathon Bombing from the beginning. ... update-ii/

Law enforcement agencies in California will soon be legally obliged to post their guidelines online
by Jessie Gomez
October 05, 2018
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a handful of bills this week including new legislation that increases transparency within local jurisdictions in California. In addition to the two new laws we wrote about earlier this week SB-978 was signed, which requires law enforcement agencies to publish their “training, policies, practices, and operating procedures.”
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Historian Seeks Sealed Grand Jury Transcripts In Notorious Lynching of Two Black Couples by White Mob
By Associated Press -
October 7, 2018
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Southern Poverty Law Center's Hate, Inc. loses the Pentagon but gains Silicon Valley ... nion-says/
I-TEAM: 165 inmates sleeping on county jail floor, union says
POSTED 5:55 PM, OCTOBER 7, 2018, BY ED GALLEK, UPDATED AT 06:26PM, OCTOBER 7, 2018 ... 525503002/

FBI agent from Piscataway pleads guilty to photographing woman in Edison dressing room
Suzanne Russell, Bridgewater Courier NewsPublished 5:06 p.m. ET Oct. 4, 2018 ... a93c4.html

Cops described former Bordentown police chief Nucera as 'closet racist' who 'held all the cards' ... ient-talks

Lawsuit: Shelbyville police illegally recorded attorney-client talks
The suit claims police framed a teen for assault, fabricating evidence, illegally recording him and lying under oath. 

Friday, October 5th 2018, 11:30 AM EDT
Updated: Friday, October 5th 2018, 1:27 PM EDT ... d=58305739
Interpol president reportedly missing in China; French police investigating
LONDON — Oct 5, 2018, 10:27 AM ET
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Rhode Island gubernatorial, attorney general candidates arrested with 48 pounds of marijuana: police ... e4283a39ef
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Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke convicted of second-degree murder for killing Laquan McDonald ... story.html
Hooker: Cop I robbed was just 'a trick'


OCT 05, 2018 | ... fbi-report

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POLITICS 10/05/2018 05:13 pm ET
One Of You Should Just Leak Me The FBI Report
It’s the very least you could do. ... lled-back/
IU professor who lived in same dorm as Kavanaugh says FBI never called back
POSTED 6:44 PM, OCTOBER 5, 2018, BY AISHAH HASNIE ... t-library/

Retired FBI agent to share experiences at library
OCTOBER 5, 2018 ... alists-and
FBI records records shed light on the agency's impersonation of journalists and documentary filmmakers
Jennifer Nelson |  October 5, 2018
Documents obtained through FOIA lawsuit by the Reporters Committee reveal policies for undercover impersonation of members of the media 
Newly public Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) documents outline for the first time the specifics of the agency's guidelines for impersonating members of the news media in undercover activities and operations. The records detail, among other things, that such activities require high-level approval from within the FBI and Justice Department. The FBI released the guidelines after the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit when the agency failed to respond to a request for records about its impersonation of documentary filmmakers, specifically. Additionally, records recently released in connection with a separate FOIA lawsuit filed by the Reporters Committee show that the FBI has engaged in the impersonation of documentary filmmakers on a number of occasions, though questions remain as to just how frequently the FBI relies on this tactic.
The FBI has engaged in the undercover impersonation of members of the news media for decades, but controversy surrounding the practice was amplified in 2015 afte ... 79867.html
Friend of Christine Ford Pressured by Former FBI Agent to Revise Statement: Report
October 5, 2018 Updated: October 5, 2018

Longtime friend of Christine Ford, Leland Keyser, said she was pressured by another friend of Ford’s, M ... ges-871459
Feds seek 4-year-plus sentence for Black FBI agent in leak case

By JOSH GERSTEIN 10/05/2018 12:20 AM EDT
Federal prosecutors are seeking a sentence of more than four years in prison for a former FBI agent who admitted disclosing classified terrorist-profiling guidelines to the media, but the agent's defense lawyers argue ... 8b2c44b53c

Georgia’s privatized probation and parole system isn’t working ... story.html
Oregon jail workers laugh as they record military veteran suffering from overdose in cell


OCT 05, 2018 | ... story.html
On-duty Baltimore police officer found drunk, slumped in car


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The Indian state where police kill with impunity
* 4 October 2018
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Sergeant charged in inmate's death fired from police department
Updated Oct 4, 6:26 PM; Posted Oct 4, 6:25 PM

Ronald Buckley ... 509065002/
Pulled over while connected: Siri can quietly video record the police
Dalvin Brown, USA TODAYPublished 11:07 a.m. ET Oct. 4, 2018 | Updated 5:10 p.m. ET Oct. 4, 2018 ... te-n915991

FAA looks into chaos caused by low-flying police helicopter at Penn State tailgate ... iffs-race/

Inmate rape lawsuit casts shadow over sheriff’s race ... story.html

Mass. Environmental Police head suspended without pay
Col. James McGinn, who previously served as Governor Charlie Baker’s personal driver, was suspended “pending the completion of an internal review of operational issues.” ... ng-charges

Black Standing Rock activist faces prison after officer shot him in the face
Marcus Mitchell, who was severely injured when a bean bag pellet entered his eye socket, was charged with trespassing after protest
* Warning: this article contains graphic images ... lu-lawsuit

San Francisco police targeted only black residents in drug arrests, lawsuit claims
ACLU says the arrests of 37 people for selling small amounts of drugs part of a pattern of racial profiling in the department
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The CIA and the State Department conspired to exploit a bureaucratic loophole to keep records hidden
by Emma Best
October 10, 2018
In 1955, the Central Intelligence Agency’s Psychological and Paramilitary Operations Staff made some inquiries through their point of contact at the State Department about the storage and accessibility of records concerning CIA operations. When they didn’t receive the answer they wanted, an informal suggestion led to a formal policy to circumvent those requirements by manipulating technicalities and appearances, and in some cases ignoring the records even existed.
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The postcard that pitted the ACLU against the FBI
by JPat Brown, Carolyn Komatsoulis
October 11, 2018
The recently released Federal Bureau of Investigation file for former head of the American Civil Liberties Union Roger Baldwin document numerous times the groups came into conflict with each other. One notable incident, related to the Bureau’s wartime “Postal Censorship” program, led to a testy exchange between Baldwin and FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover after the Bureau investigated the writer and pioneering Libertarian Rose Wilder Lane over her comments on a postcard.
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SRCCON 2018 • June 28 & 29 in Minneapolis ... istration/

Eoin Higgins
October 9 2018
ONE OF BARACK Obama’s first decisions after being elected president continued to haunt the country over the weekend, as Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as the fifth hard-line conservative on the Supreme Court.In January 2009, George W. Bush left office with an abysmal 22 percent approval rating, the lowest ever recorded. Almost everyone with anything to do with his administration was considered politically ... er/5544005

The Plot to Kill Martin Luther King: Survived Shooting, Was Murdered in Hospital
Global Research › ca

Apr 6, 2018 · Martin Luther King was murdered in a conspiracy that was instigated by then FBI director J. ... The hospital story was told to Pepper by a man named Johnton Shelby, whose mother, Lula Mae ... ... psychopath

7 Traits of the Modern Sociopath and Psychopath ( working in Law Enforcement )
7 signs of the ruthless and the heartless.
Posted Oct 07, 2018

— Robert Hare
Antisocial personality disorder, sometimes identified interchangeably as sociopathy or psychopathy, is defined by the Mayo Clinic as: “A mental condition in which a person consistently shows no regard for right and wrong and ignores the rights and feelings of others. People with antisocial personality disorder tend to antagonize, manipulate or treat others harshly or with callous indifference. They show no guilt or remorse for their behavior.” ... erous-jobs

Assessment of Police Officers & Others in Dangerous Jobs
Assessment of police officers can reduce risk of errors in judgement on the job.
Posted Jun 30, 2015 ... ent-682472

FBI refuses to tell US Senate if Trump’s phones are tapped: ‘Is NSA or FBI listening in on our President?’
October 10, 2018 | Tom Tillison |  Print Article ... f38ad.html

David Wise, author and CIA expert who exposed 'invisible government,' dies at 88 ... story.html

 Nassau cop charged with exposing himself to two women ... mit-888667

FBI's Wray confirms White House limited Kavanaugh probe

By JOSH GERSTEIN 10/10/2018 11:05 AM EDT Updated 10/10/2018 01:33 PM EDT ... story.html

State Police tried to destroy payroll records during investigations 
The department sought to destroy boxes filled with potential evidence in the department’s ongoing internal audit, as well as federal and state criminal probes, into alleged overtime fraud. 10:46 am
* Special section: State Police turmoil ... story.html

L.A. County watchdog investigating team of deputies that stopped thousands of innocent Latinos on 5 Freeway ... reme-court
We're Watching the Slow Poisoning of the Supreme Court

Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation was unusually contentious and bitter, but it wasn't an aberration.
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Judge gives Dzokhar Tsarnaev team time to study FBI interview on Waltham slays
Laurel J. Sweet Monday ... c-n2525649

DNC Lawyers Met With Top FBI Official Before Spy Warrant Targeting Trump Campaign Was Doled Out

Matt Vespa
Posted: Oct 08, 2018 1:45 ... 290392.php
FBI informant in terror stings owned limo in deadly crash, state source confirms

By Brendan J. Lyons and Larry Rulison Updated 10:27 pm EDT, Monday, October 8, 2018 ... story.html
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Treasure hunters challenge FBI over dig for legendary gold
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Top GOP Rep. Says FBI Kept Evidence That Could Torpedo Trump Investigation ... story.html

Latino motorists describe anger at being stopped on 5 Freeway by sheriff’s unit seeking drugs

OCT 15, 2018 | 3:00 AM ... story.html

Married LAPD sergeant and detective are charged with animal cruelty
A husband and wife who both work as Los Angeles police officers pleaded not guilty Monday to felony animal cruelty charges stemming from allegations they failed to care for their elderly Labrador retriever. ... risonment/

Posted by Lauren von Bernuth | Oct 14, 2018 | ... story.html
Black suspect killed by white Nashville police officer was shot three times from behind, autopsy shows

OCT 14, 2018 | 11:55 AM ... story.html
So many people have had their DNA sequenced that they've put other people's privacy in jeopardy

OCT 12, 2018 | 3:00 AM ... story.html

The truth about stop-and-frisk: An education for President Trump

OCT 12, 2018 ... d=58420204

Fired official Andrew McCabe accuses FBI of stalling his upcoming book

Oct 11, 2018, 8:46 AM ET ... story.html

FBI employees in Asia reportedly brought back stateside amid allegations of partying and prostitution
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FBI Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds Testifies that FBI is in Possesion of Dennis Hastert Rape Videos ... -long-ago/ 

Privacy Died Long Ago
In Uncategorized on 06/03/2013 at 9:12 pm ... ncy-group/




Understanding the Devastating Impact of Shelby County v. Holder
In 2013 the US Supreme Court delivered a devastating decision that would lead to a host of state voter suppression law, with which Americans continue to struggle today as they head to the polls.

Greg Palast: ‘The GOP Doesn’t Need Russia To Help Them Steal Elections’
With less than a month remaining before the 2018 midterm elections, investigative reporter Greg Palast talks exclusively with the Bros for America podcast about the ongoing GOP effort to suppress the vote using voter purge and a racist voter cross check system. 

Published 4 days ago on October 17, 2018
By Alex Mohajer ... -cover-up/

9/11 Whistleblower Rowley on Mueller’s History of “Cover-up”
May 18, 2017 ... leblowers/

NWC Joins SCOTUS Amicus Brief with FBI Whistleblowers
By Aaron Jordan on March 9, 2018
Earlier today, the National Whistleblower Center (NWC) joined a friend-of-the-court brieffiled with the Supreme Court in support of FBI whistleblower John Parkinson’s petition for certiorari, seeking review of the Federal Circuit’s decision denying veterans’ preference-eligible FBI employees the right to raise whistleblowing as an affirmative defense in an appeal to the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB).
The amicus brief, filed on behalf FBI whistleblowers Michael German, Robert Kobus, Jane Turner, and Frederic Whitehurst, as well as the NWC and the Project on Government Oversight, details why the Department of Justice’s procedures for FBI whistleblowers are not an adequate substitute for a veterans’ preference-eligible FBI employee raising a whistleblower claim in an MSPB case.

Lt. Col. Parkinson was dismissed from the FBI and sought to raise whistleblower reprisal as an affirmative defense at his MSPB hearing. He was denied the opportunity by the MSPB, won an appeal of that denial before a Federal Circuit panel, but then lost on rehearing en banc. The Federal Circuit overturned, in part, a panel decision and determined that FBI whistleblowers may not raise whistleblower reprisal as an affirmative defense before the MSPB.
The amicus brief chronicles the long-winded paths to justice of four former FBI whistleblowers, including former FBI crime lab expert Dr. Frederic Whitehurst, who bravely blew the whistle on flawed forensic science at the FBI lab; former FBI agent Michael German, who reported the FBI’s illegal recording of conversations in violation of Title III wiretap regulations during a counterterrorism investigation; former FBI agent Jane Turner, who reported to the DOJ Inspector General that colleagues had stolen items from Ground Zero after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; and retired FBI employee Robert Kobus, who worked at the FBI’s New York Field Office for 35 years and made a protected disclosure regarding some of his colleagues’ abuses of the FBI’s leave policy. Both Whitehurst and Turner hold leadership positions at the NWC.
Unfortunately, this is not the first time the Federal Circuit has issued a decision denying whistleblowers the rights intended by Congress. The Supreme Court should agree to hear this important case in order to correct the Federal Circuit’s dubious decision and to ensure that veterans who work at our foremost law enforcement agencies are fully protected when they blow the whistle. ... -libraries

Frederic Whitehurst, More Whistleblowers Donate How-To Guide to Libraries
Some famous U.S. whistleblowers are donating their lawyer’s book on how to do it right. By John Solomon.

John Solomon
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Dr. Whitehurst and the FBI Lab Scandal ... ral-charge
Deputy, sentenced on federal charge

Merris Badcock
7:29 PM, Oct 19, 2018 ... story.html

David Wise, author and CIA expert who exposed ‘invisible government,’ dies at 88 ... onage-act/


Published on 
Friday, October 19, 2018
byForeign Policy In Focus
The Americans, the Saudis, and the Israelis: Assassins Without Borders
Saudi Arabia's apparent assassination of Jamal Khashoggi might have taken inspiration from Russia and North Korea — or Israel and the United States. ... -of-force/

Denver police sergeant arrested on suspicion of assault in “use of force” incident
The defendant has been suspended from the department over the ... story.html
Security guard at NYPD tow pound used camera to spy on cops in women's bathroom: police


OCT 19, 2018 | 12:15 AM ... story.html
O.C. sheriff's deputy caught on video repeatedly punching intoxicated man


OCT 18, 2018 | 6:20 PM ... story.html

EXCLUSIVE: 10 correction officers involved in massive brawl at Rikers Island transferred out of K-9 unit


OCT 18, 2018 | 6:00 AM ... story.html
Hartford police officer fired after he is caught on video telling group he felt 'trigger happy'


OCT 18, 2018 | 9:10 AM ... story.html

Fired NYPD cop who sent flirty texts and asked out woman he arrested sues to get his job back
Rory Santiago argues that other cops, including the son of an assistant chief, have kept their jobs after doing things far worse things than exchanging flirty and sexual messages with a person he arrested. ... 45961.html

Baltimore Police Union Objects to 'SNL' 'Thirsty Cops' Sketch
"It is a difficult time in Baltimore and to portray our brave, hard-working members with such an inappropriate manner is very unfortunate"
By Andrea Swalec and  The Associated Press ... -pretences

Police Dismiss Officer Who Obtained N1.5m From Abuja Lady Under False Pretences
Jolaosho was reported to PCRRU by a lady in Abuja. According to the lady, whose name was not disclosed, Jolaosho collected N1.5million from her in multiple tranches with the promise to help her secure a car via auction at the Abuja Magistrate court.

OCT 17, 2018 ... -knuckles/

Bonne Terre, MO police officer charged, accused of hitting suspect in face with brass knuckles ... 313840.php

18-year-old shot and killed by San Antonio police was unarmed, chief says
By Caleb Downs and and Fares Sabawi, mySanAntonio.comUpdated 4:11 pm CDT, Wednesday, October 17, 2018
* ... encounter/

By ERIN DONAGHUE CBS NEWS October 17, 2018, 5:10 PM
Facebook executive demands answers after brother dies in police encounter ... propriety/

Grassley demands IG report on FBI official who improperly accepted sports tickets ... ces-office

Improper Influence In DA Vance's Office
OCTOBER 17, 2018 - 3:47 PM 

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) -- The FBI Is looking at the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and whether there was improper influence in charges being filed.
As WCBS 880’s Peter Haskell reported, Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance declined to file charges against Harvey Weinstein in 2015, and he took campaign donations from Weinstein’s lawyer
Vance also chose not to bring a fraud case against Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump. A Trump lawyer then made contributions. ... tion-phone

Prosecutors: Police Detective Urged Weinstein Accuser To Delete Information From Phone
OCTOBER 17, 2018 - 3:42 PM 

NEW YORK (WCBS 880/AP) -- Prosecutors on Wednesday said a police detective under scrutiny in the Harvey Weinstein case urged an accuser to delete information from her phone before turning it over. ... ht-in-lie/

DOJ Prosecutes Trump Aides for Lying, Does Nothing When FBI Official Is Caught in Lie
OCTOBER 17, 2018 AT 12:39PM ... force.html

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Delivers Remarks Announcing the Creation of a Transnational Organized Crime Task Force ... stigators/

Fusion GPS Founder Glenn Simpson Pleads the Fifth Before House Investigators ... d=11419480

Top 10 Censored Stories of the Year 
Inside the real fight against #FakeNews.
By Paul Rosenberg

FBI Racially Profiling "Black Identity Extremists"
At the same time that white supremacists were preparing for the "Unite the Right" demonstration in Charlottesville, which resulted in the murder of Heather Heyer in August 2017, the FBI's counterterrorism division produced an intelligence assessment warning of a very different—though actually non-existent threat: "Black Identity Extremists." The report appeared to be the first time the term had been used to identify a movement, according to Foreign Policy magazine, which broke the story.
"But former government officials and legal experts said no such movement exists, and some expressed concern that the term is part of a politically motivated effort to find an equivalent threat to white supremacists," Foreign Policy reported.
"The use of terms like 'black identity extremists' is part of a long-standing FBI attempt to define a movement where none exists," said former FBI agent Mike German, who now works for the Brennan Center for Justice. "Basically, it's black people who scare them."
"It's classic Hoover-style labeling with a little bit of maliciousness and euphemism wrapped up together," said William Maxwell, a Washington University professor working on a book about FBI monitoring of black writers. "The language—black identity extremist—strikes me as weird and really a continuation of the worst of Hoover's past."
"There is a long tradition of the FBI targeting black activists and this is not surprising," Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson told Foreign Policy.
A former homeland security official told them that carelessly connecting unrelated groups will make it harder for law enforcement to identify real threats. It's so convoluted that it's compromising officer safety, the former official said.
"The corporate media [has] covered the FBI report on 'black identity extremists' in narrow or misleading ways," Project Censored noted, citing examples from The New York Times, Fox News and NBC News. "Coverage like this both draws focus away from the active white supremacist movement and feeds the hate and fear on which such a movement thrives." ... ilot-diet/

October 16, 2018
Cooking with FOIA: The CIA’s TOP SECRET anti-poop diet
Declassified manuals in the Agency archives reveal the “high protein, low residue” diet U-2 pilots used to keep from soiling their suits
Written by JPat Brown
Edited by Beryl Lipton
Practically synonymous with high-altitude espionage, the Lockheed U-2 spy plane played an almost legendary role in the Central Intelligence Agency’s activities during the Cold War, so much so that a 1/6th scale model of the plane currently hangs in the Agency atrium in Langley, Virginia. The aircraft was notoriously difficult to pilot and physically demanding (flights of over ten hours at over 70,000 feet were not uncommon), and a formerly TOP SECRET manual uncovered in the Agency archives outlines a strict regimen to keep pilots fit and healthy. ... aved-foia/

How FOIA exposed the CIA’s false claim that FOIA helped Soviet spies more than American journalists
by Emma Best
October 17, 2018
After the government claimed that FOIA was more useful to Soviet spies than American journalists or citizens, American journalists and citizens were able to use FOIA to expose the “apparently groundless” nature of these charges.
Read More ... -says-usm/

NATION & WORLD  Posted 7:43 AM Updated at 12:25 PM
Professor who offered students credit for protesting Sen. Collins barred from teaching, says USM
Dr. Susan Feiner had offered students a 'pop-up' course for college credit if they hopped a bus to Washington, D.C. to urge Sen. Collins to oppose Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation. ... cky-hayes/
Surveillance video shows off-duty Chicago police officer shooting unarmed teen with autism
Jamie Kalven
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Chicago Police release video of black teenager shot and killed by police ... h-penalty/

Liliana Segura
October 17 2018, 11:50 a.m. ... ath-police

San Francisco
'Privilege doesn't protect you': family seeks answers after father's Taser death ... paign=1490

Tiny statues of Trump with signs inviting dogs to 'pee on me' appear across Brooklyn
* Advertising executive Phil Gable created and placed the small statues
* They depict Donald Trump in the 1980s and have a sign reading 'Pee on me'
* Gable made them to express disdain for Trump 'as President and a human being' ... n_nypd.php

NYPD Accused Of 'Incredibly Deferential Treatment' Of Proud Boys Following Beatings Caught On Video
BY JAKE OFFENHARTZ IN NEWS ON OCT 15, 2018 10:15 AM ... kavanaugh/

Why the FBI Used Its Kid Gloves on Brett Kavanaugh ... d5431d7f8a

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Former Fairfax County sheriff’s deputy charged in sexual assault of inmate ... ec5087cd65

FBI official accepted free tickets to sporting event from reporter, inspector general says ... 2e853a8bed

Prince George’s police officer faces rape charges in traffic stop, police say ... ollah.html

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Judge says L.A. County sheriff's officials must reveal if they know which deputies have skull tattoos


OCT 25, 2018 | 6:15 PM ... story.html

South Carolina deputies fired after driving van in Hurricane Florence floodwaters, killing two mental health patients


OCT 25, 2018 | 12:15 PM ... zil-piece/

Brazil’s military dictatorship leaves a paper trail in the CIA archives
by Lucas Smolcic Larson
October 24, 2018
While Brazilian presidential front-runner Jair Bolsonaro’s overt embrace of authoritarianism may seem aberrant to many foreign observers, it differs only in degree from decades of United States influence in Latin America. Declassified Central Intelligence Agency and State Department records from the midst of the Brazilian military dictatorship reveal an official US policy of support for the very brutality Bolsonaro intends to revive.
Read More ... i-process/

FBI’s own guide to searching for records requested through FOIA confirms why you should always appeal FBI FOIA searches
by JPat Brown
October 24, 2018
A presentation from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Records Management Division uncovered by Paul Galante as part of our Ronald Reagan FBI file crowdsource outline the process used by FOIA officers to search for records.
Read More ... 3/fbi-aim/

October 23, 2018
FBI’s file on Accuracy In Media is just a bunch of kvetching
AIM alternated between defending Bureau’s actions during COINTELPRO to trying to get the FBI to admit to a 9/11 cover-up
Written by Emma Best
Edited by JPat Brown
Accuracy In Media isn’t an organization that MuckRock is particularly fond of, but its Federal Bureau of Investigation file is full of some of our favorite things: debates over what an FBI file actually says and complaints about FOIA denials. ... nd-county/

 Updated October 24
Cumberland County corrections officer arrested on drug-dealing charge
Davis Glazener of South Portland is charged with cocaine trafficking, but there was no evidence yet suggesting it was connected with his work at the Cumberland County Jail, according to the sheriff's office. 


A corrections officer at the Cumberland County Jail has been arrested and charged with dealing cocaine.
Davis Glazener, 22, of South Po ... story.html
Off-duty cop busted for drunken driving, hitting parked car


OCT 25, 2018 | 11:40 AM ... s-mistake/

The Left Is Warming Up To The FBI. That’s A Mistake.

Terry Albury was a decorated FBI agent with a spotless career and only a few years from being eligible for retirement benefits. Yet as the only African American agent in the Minneapolis field office, he was increasingly unable to overlook systemic racism in the bureau. He was especially disturbed by what he believed was a widespread animus within the bureau against Muslims, particularly the local Somali American community. More chillingly, after serving as an FBI interrogator in Iraq he said he had not only observed anti-Muslim attitudes by U.S. personnel there but also believed the FBI was complicit in torture.
So he did what many public employees who are unable to be complicit in injustice have done: leak information to the media. And for this act of conscience, he was sentenced last week to four years in federal prison for violating the Espionage Act.
One might think Albury would be a hero among progressives. Yet his sentencing comes at an odd time when some in the anti-Trump “resistance” have begun to embrace the security state. The FBI, once the bête noire of progressives who saw it as a threat to civil liberties, now boasts more support among Democrats than Republicans. ... ac2a21e33e
A cocaine sting nets Miami police officers alleged to have worked for drug dealers and hitmen ... story.html
NYPD underwear sergeant 'laughs off' reports of her attack on colleague — source


OCT 23, 2018 | 10:30 AM ... al-debate/

Ron DeSantis blames FBI for Parkland shooting during Florida gubernatorial debate

SARAH K. BURRIS ... documents/

FBI Agent Who Outed Bureau’s Racial Profiling Sentenced to 4 Years for Leaking Classified Documents
By Tia Berger - 
October 21, 2018

The prosecution claimed Albury stole more than 50 classified documents and shared national defense information to a reporter from the online news outlet Intercept. One of the documents classified as “secret” included information on how to the FBI assesses confidential informants and a document “relating to threats posed by certain individuals from a particular Middle Eastern country.”
Albury told the court he leaked the documents because he felt the FBI policies were an act of racial profiling which he regarded as “suspicion” and “disrespect.” His attorneys said Albury acted out of “conscience” and was troubled by the racism within the bureau. ... 5259aa0361

 USA Gymnastics president had ‘troubling’ contact with FBI during Larry Nassar investigation

By Matt Bonesteel
October 19
Steve Penny, the former president and CEO of USA Gymnastics, discussed ... rter-page/

11:57 AM 10/20/2018 | US
Chuck Ross | Reporter

* The U.S. government revealed Friday that it used multiple informants to obtain information against former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
* In court filings, government officials also revealed confidential human sources were paid for their work.
* The FBI relied heavily on an uncorroborated dossier to obtain warrants to spy on Page. ... d/24033356

FBI interview of convicted marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev released

On Wednesday, October 24, 2018, 3:24 PM, Ed <> wrote: ... tnam-wrong

That sensational New York Times story about LBJ saving ...
On Saturday, Oct. 6, presidential historian Michael Beschloss was on Twitter early and often, tweeting and retweeting a front-page New York Times story about his new book, Presidents of War.

On Thursday, October 25, 2018, 12:04 PM, Defending Rights & Dissent <> wrote:

We Must Stop Helping Saudi Arabia in Yemen
Bernie Sanders, The New York Times
Libel law is having a moment
Jonathan Peters, Columbia Journalism Review
Army Parrots Racist Right’s Talking Points on Antifa
Kelly Weill, Spencer Ackerman, Daily Beast 
Facebook Censorship of Alternative Media “Just the Beginning,” Says Top Neocon Insider
Max Blumenthal, Jeb Sprague, The Grey Zone
How the courts perpetuate broken-windows policy.
 Clio Chang, The Nation
Tech Companies Are Profiting Off ICE Deportations, Report Shows
Erin Corbett, Fortune 
Arrest Over Police-Trap Warning Spurs Federal Suit
Christine Stuart, Courthouse News Service
The Little Rock Drug Raid Story Is A Fourth Amendment Story. But It's Also A First Amendment One.
Cathy Gellis, TechDirt
House members demand answers about Khashoggi from top spy chief
Karoun Demirjian, Washington Post 
Written by DRAD Staff: The left is warming up to the FBI. That’s a mistake.
Chip Gibbons, Washington Post 
Amazon Pushes ICE to Buy Its Face Recognition Surveillance Tech
Jake Laperruque, Andrea Peterson, The Daily Beast
Facebook Erases Hundreds of Alternative Media Pages in Mass Purge
Staff, The Real News Network
When Will Obama Aides Come Clean About U.S.-Saudi War Crimes?
Sarah Lazare, In These Times
Leaked Memo Advises Silence on Fish & Wildlife Info Requests
Martin Macias Jr., Courthouse News Service
National Park Service Considers Charging Protesters Occupying National Mall
Lauren Gilger, Steve Goldstein, NPR
Whistleblower Who Challenged FBI’s Profiling And Informant Recruitment Practices Is Sentenced To Four Years In Prison
Kevin Gosztola, Shadowproof
Professor Was Improperly Punished for Israel Boycott Actions, Says Academic Group Cited in Punishment
Zaid Jilani, The Intercept 
Khashoggi’s Murder and Saudi War Crimes in Yemen Were Facilitated by US
Marjorie Cohn, Truthout
‘Transgender’ Could Be Defined Out of Existence Under Trump Administration
Erica L. Green, Katie Benner and Robert Pear, New York Times 
First Criminal Case Filed Over Russian Interference in 2018 Midterms
Brandi Buchman, Courthouse News Service
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Two Indiana Police Officers to be Charged After Video Shows Them Beating Handcuffed Man
“A little overboard,” is how the police chief had previously described the officers’ actions. The decision to charge them came only after ProPublica’s Local Reporting Network demanded to see the video.
by Christian Sheckler, South Bend Tribune, and Ken Armstrong, ProPublica Nov. 2, 10 p.m. EDT ... wo-n930456

Police can't find white woman charged after harassing two black women in viral video
"All of her neighbors are fortunately nosy neighbors and I’m sure will call us the second she shows back up," Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Lt. Brad Koch told NBC News. ... ce-n923871

Washington considers lowering bar for prosecuting police over use of deadly force
An initiative on the ballot Tuesday seeks to remove the state's malice requirement, which makes it uniquely difficult for prosecutors to bring criminal charges.

CIA's communications suffered a catastrophic compromise. It started in Iran. ... 18710.html

n 2013, hundreds of CIA officers — many working nonstop for weeks — scrambled to contain a disaster of global proportions: a compromise of the agency’s internet-based covert communications system used to interact with its informants in dark corners around the world. Teams of CIA experts worked feverishly to take down and reconfigure the websites secretly used for these communications; others managed operations to quickly spirit assets to safety and oversaw other forms of triage.

“When this was going on, it was all that mattered,” said one former intelligence community official. The situation was “catastrophic,” said another former senior intelligence official.

From around 2009 to 2013, the U.S. intelligence community experienced crippling intelligence failures related to the secret internet-based communications system, a key means for remote messaging between CIA officers and their sources on the ground worldwide. The previously unreported global problem originated in Iran and spiderwebbed to other countries, and was left unrepaired — despite warnings about what was happening — until more than two dozen sources died in China in 2011 and 2012 as a result, according to 11 former intelligence and national security officials.

The disaster ensnared every corner of the national security bureaucracy — from multiple intelligence agencies, congressional intelligence committees and independent contractors to internal government watchdogs — forcing a slow-moving, complex government machine to grapple with the deadly dangers of emerging technologies.

In a world where dependence on advanced technology may be a necessary evil for modern espionage, particularly in hostile regions where American officials can’t operate freely, such technical failures are an ever present danger and will only become more acute with time.

“When these types of compromises happen, it’s so dark and bad,” said one former official. “They can burrow in. It never really ends.”

A former senior intelligence official with direct knowledge of the compromise said it had global implications for the CIA. “You start thinking twice about people, from China to Russia to Iran to North Korea,” said the former official. The CIA was worried about its network “totally unwinding worldwide.”

Yahoo News’ reporting on this global communications failure is based on conversations with eleven former U.S. intelligence and government officials directly familiar with the matter who requested anonymity to discuss sensitive operations. Multiple former intelligence officials said that the damage from the potential global compromise was serious — even catastrophic — and will persist for years.

More than just a question of a single failure, the fiasco illustrates a breakdown that was never properly addressed. The government’s inability to address the communication system’s insecurities until after sources were rolled up in China was disastrous. “We’re still dealing with the fallout,” said one former national security official. “Dozens of people around the world were killed because of this.”


One of the largest intelligence failures of the past decade started in Iran in 2009, when the Obama administration announced the discovery of a secret Iranian underground enrichment facility — part of Iran’s headlong drive for nuclear weapons. Angered about the breach, the Iranians went on a mole hunt, looking for foreign spies, said one former senior intelligence official.

The mole hunt wasn’t hard, in large part, because the communications system the CIA was using to communicate with agents was flawed. Former U.S. officials said the internet-based platform, which was first used in war zones in the Middle East, was not built to withstand the sophisticated counterintelligence efforts of a state actor like China or Iran. “It was never meant to be used long term for people to talk to sources,” said one former official. “The issue was that it was working well for too long, with too many people. But it was an elementary system.”

“Everyone was using it far beyond its intention,” said another former official.

The risks posed by the system appeared to have been overlooked in part because of it was easy to use, said the former intelligence officials. There is no foolproof way to communicate — especially with expediency and urgency — with sources in hostile environments like Iran and China, noted the former officials. But a sense of confidence in the system kept it in operation far longer than was safe or advisable, said former officials. The CIA’s directorate of science and technology, which is responsible for the secure communications system, “says, ‘our s***’s impregnable,’ but it’s obviously not,” said one former official.

By 2010, however, it appears that Iran had begun to identify CIA agents. And by 2011, Iranian authorities dismantled a CIA spy network in that country, said seven former U.S. intelligence officials. (Indeed, in May 2011, Iranian intelligence officials announced publicly that they had broken up a ring of 30 CIA spies; U.S. officials later confirmed the breach to ABC News, which also reported on a potential compromise to the communications system.)

Iran executed some of the CIA informants and imprisoned others in an intelligence setback that one of the former officials described as “incredibly damaging.” The CIA successfully exfiltrated some of its Iranian sources, said former officials.

The Iranian compromise led to significantly fewer CIA agents being killed than in China, according to former officials. Still, the events there hampered the CIA’s capacity to collect intelligence in Iran at a critical time, just as Tehran was forging ahead with its nuclear program.

U.S. authorities believe Iran probably unwound the CIA’s asset network analytically — meaning they deduced what Washington knew about Tehran’s own operations, then identified Iranians who held that information, and eventually zeroed in on possible sources. This hunt for CIA sources eventually bore fruit — including the identification of the covert communications system.

A 2011 Iranian television broadcast that touted the government’s destruction of the CIA network said U.S. intelligence operatives had created websites for fake companies to recruit agents in Iran by promising them jobs, visas and education abroad. Iranians who initially thought they were responding to legitimate opportunities would end up meeting with CIA officers in places like Dubai or Istanbul for recruitme

Israel silent as Iran hit by another computer virus
Nov 02, 2018 12:59 am
Israel silent as Iran hit by computer virus more violent than Stuxnet – report
Mossad currently 'fighting a real shadow war' -- TV report ... n-stuxnet/ ... SKCN1N20CN ... er-series/
Former FBI director, famed photog and ‘Hawkeye’ in speaker series

Big names coming to Thousand Oaks
| November 02, 2018 ... fecc22df77
‘If you don’t get at that rot, you just get more officers like Josh Hastings’

The Little Rock police shooting of 15-year-old Bobby Moore revealed a horror show of misconduct, cover-up and cascading institutional failure at the department. ... story.html

LAPD surveillance caught assistant chief in sex act with subordinate officer just before his sudden retirement, sources say

NOV 02, 2018 | 9:45 PM ... story.html

Off-duty NYPD cop busted for driving wrong way in Queens

NOV 04, 2018 | 1:00 PM ... cker-rule/

Susan Antilla
November 2 2018, 1:05 p.m.

Double Standard of Discipline
A significant percentage of FBI employees that we surveyed believed that higher-level employees were treated more leniently in the FBI’s disciplinary system. In our survey, we asked FBI employees whether they agreed or disagreed with the following statement: “There is a double standard of discipline for higher-ranking versus lower-ranking FBI employees.” Of 717 respondents who answered this question,
33 percent agreed with the statement that a double standard of discipline exists in the FBI, 11 percent disagreed, and the rest either had a neutral opinion or responded that they did not know. When we compared the survey responses of non-SES employees with those of SES employees, we found non-SES employees were more likely to believe that there is a double standard than SES employees were. ... e-n2490805

IG Report: Disciplinary Action Recommended For Five FBI Agents--Oh, And Bureau Employees Got Free Stuff From Reporters
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Jump to · 2013. October 28, 2013. A Review of the FBI's Progress in Responding to the Recommendations in the OIG Report on the FBI's Handling and Oversight of Katrina Leung (Unclassified Executive Summary) — Full ... ... 900-words/

FBI OIG Report ... 47100.html

FBI agent took photos of woman changing in NJ dressing room, cops say | Miami Herald
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Jul 20, 2018 · 22-year-old changing in dressing room catches FBI agent taking photos, NJ cops say. ... A 22-year-old woman was changing in a New Jersey clothing store’s dressing room on Thursday when she made a horrifying discovery, according to police. ... Danuel S. Brown, a 30-year-old special agent ... ... to_re.html

FBI agent doesn't have to register as sex offender for peeping Tom incidents in Hershey, elsewhere, court says
Updated Jul 11, 2014; Posted Jul 11, 2014 ... s_lea.html

Avon Middle School parents learn internet dangers from FBI
Updated 10:08 PM; Posted 10:08 PM ... story.html

NYPD inspector charged with bribery wants to know why colleague cleared of similar conduct

OCT 29, 2018 | 2:15 PM ... in_january

Boston’s FBI chief to retire in January
Associated Press Friday, October 19, 2018 ... a565d.html
FBI agent pleads guilty to misdemeanor count of driving intoxicated
Joyce Russell, 219-548-4352 Jul 11, 2018

Watch Lt. Files Explain that the BPD has been Secretly Recording Citizens for Decades without any Policy
September 29, 2018
Video from the September 26 PRC meeting shows Berkeley Police admitting they have been SECRETLY RECORDING citizens for decades without any policy. WTF!!!! Check out 24 minutes in and see Lt. Files explain that "there are no General Orders because we don't need them!"
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BPD Chief explains how you don't need a policy to secretly record the public, and how doxxing is a safety measure
September 16, 2018
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TSA Employee, Gary Linder Sentenced to 15 years for Child Pornography ... itch-hunt/

Gay Iowa lawmaker reveals details on how then-US Attorney Matt Whitaker sicced the FBI on him in a 2006 partisan ‘witch hunt’
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As evidence mounted, Police child abuse investigator defended USA Gymnastics
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NY MAGEENOVEMBER 11, 2018 AT 10:06 AM ... 00333.html

FBI agent who accidentally shot man pleads not guilty

Associated PressNovember 8, 2018 ... lls-murder

Former FBI Agent: How the LAPD Derailed My Investigation Into Biggie Smalls’ Murder
Former FBI Agent Phil Carson, who led the investigation into the LAPD’s alleged role in the murder of rap legend Notorious B.I.G., speaks publicly for the first time.

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NYPD cops receive same penalty despite very different charges

| NEW YORK DAILY ... story.html
EXCLUSIVE: NYPD captain retires after pulling over motorist in a drunken stupor — sources

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The Inheritance
Poisoned Fruit of JFK’s Assassination
by Christopher Fulton; Michelle Fulton
Trine Day
History , True Crime
Pub Date 22 Nov 2018 ... story.html
Phillips: May not have heard Notre Dame students took a knee Saturday, but you need to know the religious reason why


NOV 14, 2018 | 7:00 AM 

Part of the reason the students were kneeling is due to a recent police brutality incident that took place in the state involving white officers and a man named Mario Guerrero Ledesma.
Last week, Pro Publica reported on a video that showed officers in Elkhart, Indiana beating Ledesma inside the station, leaving him bleeding for six minutes.
But despite the reasoning behind the students’ decision to kneel, far too many times over the past few years we’ve seen students punished for participating in the peaceful protest.
Last year, two black high school football players were kicked off their team for kneeling and raising their fists during the anthem in Texas. The same thing happened to Gyree Durante, who wound up being kicked off his Division III football team at Albright College in Pennsylvania for taking a knee. ... story.html
Fresno officer fatally shoots former police captain who was armed with knife


NOV 12, 2018 | 5:10 PM

People's Police Report #75 - September 2018 
Table of Contents  (under construction-October 2018)
25th Aniversary issue! 
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• Sketchy PPB Officer Chases Car Leading to Deadly Crash   
  • OR Shootings Hit Annual Average of 25 by July 
• Police and "Union" vs. Houseless People    
• Review Committee Shunned, Seeks Change    
• Oversight Report Drops Force Data    
• Portland Police Collaborate with ICE, No Matter What the Feds Claim   
• Prominence of ICE Puts Terror Task Force in the News   
• Compliance Officer Generously Says DOJ Agreement Almost Done   
• Training Council Streamlines Processes, Comments on Race & Force   
• Police Crack Down on Antifascist Rallies    
• Chief Gets Press, Meets Copwatch Again, Starts Strategic Plan   
• Sheriff Improves Some Mental Health Issues; Other Actions Raise Concerns   
  • Quick Flashes PPR 75    
  • PPR's 25th Anniversary 
  • PPB Cop Uses 'N' Word / Profiling Updates 
  • Supremes Uphold Cell Phone Privacy 
• Rapping Back #75 -- Analysis of Police "Union" Web Postings   

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Border Patrol Agents in South Texas Murdered, Raped & Assaulted At Least 10 People ... 385672.php

'They basically saw a black man with a gun': Police kill armed guard while responding to call
Alex Horton and Wesley Lowery, The Washington PostPublished 3:15 pm PST, Monday, November 12, 2018

Welcome to the 6th Annual
JFK Assassination
11/16 — 11/18
THE CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Nov. [15!] +16-17-18 ... n-seattle/

Filmmaker, author sue FBI, seeking records about infamous 1981 Seattle murders 
Originally published November 12, 2018 at 6:00 am Updated November 12, 2018 at 10:05 am

Withey, who has written a book on the murders, said he later discovered through his own work and FBI records that Forsythe, now deceased, was an FBI informant, with a specific identification number.
He said one of the lingering questions is how Forsythe happened to be at the scene of the murders and whether it was tied to work for the FBI. ... inal-minds

Criminal profiling doesn’t work. TV shows should maybe stop celebrating it.
Psychologists cannot, it turns out, catch criminals with the power of their minds.
By Dylan  Nov 12, 2018, 1:30pm EST ... ed-inmate/
Former prison Major convicted of beating handcuffed inmate
“Corrections officers are given great authority and power in our system because public safety depends on them doing their jobs well.”
Andrew Emett / NationofChange / News Report - November 12, 2018 ... story.html
EXCLUSIVE: 50 New York state prisoners died due to inadequate medical care over the past five years, death reports reveal


NOV 12, 2018 | 6:00 AM ... story.html
Florida cop arrested for allegedly attempting to fly under the influence

Trump's pick to lead Park Service will be grilled on whether protesters should pay for security costs
Marissa J. Lang, Washington Post
Voters Want Criminal Justice Reform. Are Politicians Listening?
Celinda Lake and Daniel Gotoff, The Marshall Project
Next HASC Chair Sees Need for Greater DoD Transparency
Steven Aftergood, Secrecy News
ICE Is Imprisoning a Record 44,000 People
Spencer Ackerman, Daily Beast
Nearly 34,000 Orange County inmates' calls to attorneys recorded, not the 1,079 originally reported
Todd Harmonson, The Orange County Register

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Upcoming and Recent Political Assassination Research Events
Note: A listing below does not mean that CAPA helped organize an event or endorses any views presented
November 15, 2018
NOVEMBER 15, 2018 ... ked-death/

New book says Manhattan DA dumped probe of columnist’s JFK-linked death
By Susan Edelman
November 18, 2018 | 7:18pm ... 9-717.html

How the Warren Commission Covered Up JFK's Murder
By Bill Simpich            Permalink ... type=eBook

The Inheritance: Poisoned Fruit of JFK's Assassination
by Christopher Fulton, Michelle Fulton, Dick Russell ... y#stream/0

Richmond Woman Maintains Unique Film Archive Focused On Black Panther Party ... ction=true

Elliott's Reviews > The Man Who Knew Too Much: Hired to Kill Oswald and Prevent the Assassination of JFK ... -sues-bpd/

November 16, 2018
Massachusetts groups demands information on Boston Police Department’s “gang” database
Coalition hopes to bring transparency into the police department’s tracking methods
Written by Jessie Gomez
Edited by JPat Brown
Fourteen organizations have ... -gang-data

Chicago Police Department Data on Gang Members
Chicago Police Department
Date Released
March 2018
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Chicago’s gang database is full of errors -- and records we have prove it
This dataset contains descriptive information on individuals that the Chicago Police Department has classified as gang memb ... g-2017.pdf

Assemblymember Shirley Weber’s Assembly Bill 90 (Chapter 695, Statutes of 2017), the Fair and Accurate Gang Database Act of 2017, requires the California Department of Justice (DOJ) to assume the management of the CalGang database, effective January 1, 2018. CalGang, a shared gang intelligence database, is designed to enhance officer safety and improve the efficiency of criminal investigations by providing an accurate, timely, and electronically-generated base of statewide gang-related intelligence information.
Over the years, various legislative bills designed to refine the oversight responsibilities and notification requirements for sha ... e-records/

November 15, 2018
Law enforcement agencies among Massachusetts Public Records Law’s biggest offenders
How amenable are Bay State police departments to releasing the records? Your results may vary.
Written by Jessie Gomez
Edited by JPat Brown
The recently revamped Massachusetts public records law is still hailed as one of the worst in the country. Agencies have ten days to respond to public records request, but some agencies, especially law enforcement agencies, have trouble abiding by the law.
Getting public records is ... 397412.php

Federal agent plea deal in child porn case is rejected

Guillermo Contreras Nov. 15, 2018 Updated: Nov. 16, 2018 7:36 a.m. ... ied/300899

When FBI Killed Naipaul A Decade Before He Died
David Headley was one of the weakest links, but Indian authorities failed to sniff him out. That’s an important lesson in how to avoid another 26/11.
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State: Corbett, FBI agent Martens self-defense claims have no merit ... AJeRqR8KK/
Third autopsy claims foul play in Valdosta gym mat death case involving
sons of FBI agent ... iakou.html
Terrell: A pardon for John Kiriakou?
Posted by Administrator in  Column Archives
Friday, November  16 2018 ... story.html

Off-duty NYPD cop busted for DWI, hit and run: police


NOV 16, 2018 | 10:00 PM

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Data Driven: Explore how cops are collecting and sharing our travel patterns using automated license plate readers
by Beryl Lipton, Dave Maass
November 15, 2018
The Electronic Frontier Foundation and MuckRock have filed hundreds of public records requests with law enforcement agencies around the country to reveal how data collected from automated license plate readers is used to track the travel patterns of drivers. Today we are releasing records obtained from 200 agencies, accounting for more than 2.5 -billion license plate scans in 2016 and 2017.
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