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Cop Caught Stealing Dying Man's $3,700 and Golden Crucifix on Dash Cam
July 17, 2014
A Connecticut state trooper is due in court this fall for sentencing, after he was found guilty of stealing from a motorcyclist who was dying on the side of the road.
Dash cam footage from the officer's patrol car showed him stealing cash from the dying man, as well as a golden crucifix. On Wednesday afternoon, Aaron "AJ" Huntsman, a 19-year veteran of the state police, pleaded guilty to two felony charges of third-degree larceny and tampering with evidence. Although your average person would face up to ten years under these same charges, officer Huntsman is looking at a maximum of a year and a half, plus five years probation. He even has the ability to plead for a lesser sentence, just because he is a cop.
Ohio man beaten unconscious when he declined to present ID | Police State USA
July 16, 2014
A pedestrian suffered numerous injuries following a confrontation with police who violently demanded his identity.
Tyler Paxson, 19, says that on July 12th, 2014, Lima police officers took an interest in him and would not leave him alone until he produced an identification. The young man was simply nearby when police officers were responding to an unrelated call. The young man took objection to being demanded to produce ID, thinking that Americans enjoyed the freedom to walk around without having to show documentation to government agents for no reason. Officers let him know with their fists that this is may not be the case.
BREAKING: Harry Reid Linked to Massive Bribery Case [VIDEO]
Harry Reid is busted for being corrupt - again.
It seems like every day we find out something else awful Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has done. His tenure as Majority Leader has been nothing short of catastrophic, and the rule changes he imposed upon the Senate may render the legislative body incapable of ever returning to functionality. And he wants to change even more rules. What's disgusting is how hypocritical Reid is... and even worse is his level of corruption. He has been linked to multiple situations involving bribes and undercover deals, and multiple ethics charges have been filed against him as well for targeting private citizens in his official capacity.
Paid government trolls rove internet in search of resisters who oppose police state tyranny
July 15, 2014
One of the biggest threats to government authoritarianism in today's world is the internet, which still allows for the relatively free flow of information between members of society apart from state-sanctioned media and other forms of societal control.
But even the web is now being used as a covert tool of manipulation and brainwashing, with paid government trolls actively intervening in online conversations and targeting individuals who resist police state tyranny, sometimes falsely branding them as mentally ill. These insidious trolls typically pose as regular folks, pretending to have honest opinions on matters of real substance such as food freedom and gun rights. But secretly, their agenda is to sway readers toward the state agenda, which in both of these examples involves promoting heavy restrictions and government control. Paid government agents are also now using the fraud of psychiatry to brand dissenters as having mental illness, an egregious tactic of tyranny that has been around since the days of Hitler and Stalin.
Scientists Placed 5 Monkeys In A Cage For an Experiment. They Didn't Expect What Happened Next.
A group of scientists placed 5 monkeys in a cage and in the middle, a ladder with bananas on top. Every time a monkey went up the ladder, the scientists soaked the rest of the monkeys with cold water.
After a while, every time a monkey went up the ladder, the other ones beat up the one on the ladder. After some time, no monkey dare to go up the ladder regardless of the temptation. Scientists then decided to substitute one of the monkeys...
What is Jury Nullification?
The defendant is clearly guilty of violating the law but the jury votes not guilty because the law is unjust. That's jury nullification in a nutshell.
During a typical criminal trial, the judge will issue a set of jury instructions. The judge will tell the jury that they must set aside any personal beliefs and reach a verdict based solely on the facts presented at trial. But sometimes juries disregard these instructions and acquit defendants who clearly broke the law. They might do this because they think the law itself is immoral or they think it's being wrongly applied to the defendant (i.e. the punishment doesn't fit the crime). When this occurs, juries have engaged in the practice of jury nullification. While judges and prosecutors make every effort to weed out "rogue jurors," the history of the jury is replete with examples of courageous jury nullification.
Obama executive actions seen as a threat to the Constitution
A prominent law professor and avowed supporter of the Obama White House will tell the House on Wednesday that the president has created one of the biggest constitutional crises in the country's history and will endorse House Republicans' effort to sue to rein him in. Jonathan Turley, a professor at George Washington University, will say President Obama is trampling the founders' vision for the country in his push to circumvent Congress, and he will demand Republicans and Democrats alike forget their party labels to unify against this White House's power grab.
Google Is Hiring A Team Of All-Star Hackers To Fix The Internet
Google is hiring a team of security experts called Project Zero to scour the web in detail for hidden bugs and vulnerabilities.
Earlier this year, a massive internet vulnerability known as Heartbleed claimed to be the biggest bug the internet has seen in years. Now, Google is taking another measure to make sure hidden internet vulnerabilities don't get out of hand with an effort known as Project Zero.
Exposed: N. Carolina cops lied about 911 calls to illegally search homes
Questions are being asked of a North Carolina police department after an officer in the city of Durham testified that its common practice for cops there to make up excuses to illegally enter, then search, the homes of local residents.
Durham Police Dept. Chief Jose Lopez now says he's investigating claims that his officers may have lied in order to trick home owners and tenants into letting law enforcement officials look into area residences under false pretenses. Reports of the alleged practice first surfaced in late May when Officer A.B. Beck testified in court, according to Indy Week, that he told a local woman that he had to inspect her home because the Durham PD had received a 911 call concerning that address. Once Beck entered, he discovered marijuana and drafted charges
NSA Whistleblower Binney: NSA Recording 80% of U.S. Phone Calls
July 14, 2014
NSA Whistleblower William Binney has made the startling claim that the NSA is recording the audio of at least 80 percent of Americans' telephone calls.
The NSA acknowledged in 2013, after repeated and explicit denials, that it was recording telephone metadata, but it still denies it is keeping the audio of any American's phone calls. "At least 80% of fibre-optic cables globally go via the US," Binney told the London Guardian July 10. "This is no accident and allows the US to view all communication coming in. At least 80% of all audio calls, not just metadata, are recorded and stored in the US. The NSA lies about what it stores."
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