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Anonymous - Homeless People Sent to FEMA Camps in USA. NWO, it Begins... - YouTube

BREAKING NEWS ALERT!!! The government is starting to herd the people into the FEMA depopulation slaughterhouse, for the "crime" of being homeless in fleets o...
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Google the #NDAA 2012 

 

 

"The smallest minority on earth is the individual. 
Those who deny individual rights cannot 
claim to be defenders of minorities." 
- Ayn Rand

 

Updated 08/22/13 - Columbia, South Carolina Criminalizes Homelessness In Unanimous Vote http://huff.to/1f57NBb 1st #NDAA Came for....  

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America's LEOs - Die for a Lie.

America's LEOs - Die for a Lie. | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it

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The U.S. Government well knows my case and why I'm fighting to get back ALL our stolen RIGHTS.  www.linkedin.com/pub/randy-dixon-rivera/33/8b3/2/  #OATH not #NDAA

 

 

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America's LEOs - Die for a Lie. http://www.change.org/petitions/american-justice-or-fbi-cover-up# … pic.twitter.com/ozYVEfu5YL

 

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If only the American people really understood just how vulnerable their lives truly are.

On top of that, many murders are preventable or are deliberately caused by well orchestrated acts of corrupt government officials (people we trust).

It's not easy for the average American to see through the prison ("prism" deliberately not used) of lies and deceptions but for the victims it becomes crystal clear if they should survive.

Nothing like being nearly murdered in cold blood and unarmed to wake you up to the cold hard facts our U.S. Justice System is concealing deadly lies.

 

 

Betrayed: Exposing the Truth http://lnkd.in/dsEy6eV Remember I said Federal Management will say, "It's a personal problem" LEOs don't be their PAWN - #OATH not #NDAA 

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Randy L. Dixon Rivera's comment, September 15, 2013 4:58 AM
Lavrenti Beria, Stalin's notorious secret police chief, once said, “Show me the man and I'll find you the crime.” #NDAA is for you too.
Randy L. Dixon Rivera's comment, September 23, 2013 6:29 PM
Slave Think Example "Police want to be the master but they're really somebody else's slave" - Mark Passio #OATH not #NDAA
Randy L. Dixon Rivera's comment, October 14, 2013 5:52 PM
#NDAA is the death of America's Freedom and Liberty, signed by Obama while everyone was drunk out of their minds.. Dec 31, 2011 http://is.gd/IFUx0c
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When Should We Start Forcibly Resisting Police Tyranny?

When Should We Start Forcibly Resisting Police Tyranny? | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable.”
-President John F. Kennedy
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11 Arrested, $30,000 In Cash Confiscated from ‘Heroic’ Raids on Ginseng Farmers

11 Arrested, $30,000 In Cash Confiscated from ‘Heroic’ Raids on Ginseng Farmers | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
This week, the West Virginia natural resources police say they have made 11 arrests and seized 190 pounds of ginseng that they claim is illegal, because it was not harvested and licensed under the required conditions. According to The West Virginia Department of Natural Resources, the state managed to plunder over $180,000 worth of ginseng…
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Repeat "We Are Free"  Now shut up and OBEY!  

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Feds equip school police agencies with military gear

Feds equip school police agencies with military gear | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
Law enforcement agencies affiliated with school districts have received military surplus equipment, in some cases rifles and other weapons, through the Department of Defense 1033 program.
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Police Officers Accused In A Ticket-rigging Scheme, Hundreds Of Tickets Are Being Dismissed - Liberty Crier

Police Officers Accused In A Ticket-rigging Scheme, Hundreds Of Tickets Are Being Dismissed - Liberty Crier | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
By Jeremy Rogalski HOUSTON — City of Houston prosecutors are dismissing hundreds of speeding tickets written by four Houston Police officers accused in a ticket-rigging scheme first uncovered by the I-Team. “It is in the interest of justice and simply […]
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It's about what happened after 9/11! - YouTube

Everything I talked about: http://theantimedia.org/do-you-enjoy-your-post-911-world/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Politically_X Facebook: https://www.faceboo...
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#OATH not #NDAA 

 

 

Do You Enjoy Your Post 9/11 World? http://shar.es/1apUGM via @Theantimedia1

 

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LOS ANGELES TIMES CARTOON: Why the Fuzz Pulled You Over

LOS ANGELES TIMES CARTOON: Why the Fuzz Pulled You Over | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
Crime is falling in California. Yet the state’s police agencies have one of the highest concentrations of surplus military hardware in the United States. People started paying more attention to a post-9/11 Defense Department program to transfer military gear used against Afghanistan and Iraq to civilian police departments here in the United States in the […]
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#OATH not a #NDAA #Militarized #PoliceState

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U.S. contractor gets seven years for passing secrets to Chinese girlfriend

U.S. contractor gets seven years for passing secrets to Chinese girlfriend | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it

HONOLULU (Reuters) - A former U.S. military contractor in Hawaii was sentenced on Wednesday to more than seven years in prison for passing national defense secrets to his Chinese girlfriend and illegally keeping numerous classified documents at his home.

 

Benjamin Pierce Bishop, 60, a retired Army lieutenant colonel assigned to the U.S. Pacific Command on Oahu, admitted in March to the espionage offenses and agreed to cooperate with investigators in a plea deal that staved off additional charges.

 

 

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Watch: Trey Gowdy Just Came Out With Guns Blazing To Open The Benghazi Probe With A Bang

Watch: Trey Gowdy Just Came Out With Guns Blazing To Open The Benghazi Probe With A Bang | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
Often characterized as a "bulldog" determined to sink his prosecutorial teeth into the scandal...
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Chairman Gowdy's Questioning in First Benghazi Select Committee Hearing: http://youtu.be/VvdKOPjHlH8 via @YouTube

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Feds: NY store owner plotted to send jihadists to Syria, kill U.S. troops himself

Feds: NY store owner plotted to send jihadists to Syria, kill U.S. troops himself | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
An upstate New York man, Mufid A. Elfgeeh, 30, is charged with trying to provide support to ISIS, according to federal authorities.
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Autopsy Report says All Shots were in the Back of Man Gunned Down for “Attacking” Police

Autopsy Report says All Shots were in the Back of Man Gunned Down for “Attacking” Police | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
"Those stupid cops thought they had to murder over a toy. This is my baby. This is my family. And they ruined my family." Darrien Hunt, 22, was gunned down by Utah's Saratoga Springs Police on Wednesday for allegedly lunging at police officers with a sword. Problem is, the sword was a toy, witnesses accounts…
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The War on Drugs Simply Doesn’t Work

The War on Drugs Simply Doesn’t Work | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
U.S. has spent roughly $1 trillion on drug prohibition since 1971.
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Video: Report—State Dept. aides withheld info on Benghazi attack

Video: Report--State Dept. aides withheld info on Benghazi attack, 'Damaging documents' separated, withheld from investigators
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SMOKEY IS THE BANDIT: Concealed Carrier Kills Carjacker Posing As a Cop in Texas - Bearing Arms

SMOKEY IS THE BANDIT: Concealed Carrier Kills Carjacker Posing As a Cop in Texas - Bearing Arms | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it

There have been a number of incidents across the nation in the past few years where criminals have claimed to be law enforcement officers in an effort to gain the upper hand in an armed robbery. In most instances, it seem to work… but not for this fake police officer and wannabe truck hijacker in San Antonio, who won’t be robbing anyone ever again.

A man attempting to rob a Wisconsin truck driver who was working a job in San Antonio Thursday night got more than he bargained for after the trucker pulled out his firearm and used it to protect himself, local authorities said.

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Good..... one less dirt bag. 

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Good Cops Cross ‘Thin Blue Line’ in Florida, Turn on Bad Cops

Good Cops Cross ‘Thin Blue Line’ in Florida, Turn on Bad Cops | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
The pressure citizens are putting on police departments is finally paying off.
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Wait until the good Cops begin to understand the #NDAA  2012

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Illinois judge rules police entitled to Swat raid over parody Twitter account

Illinois judge rules police entitled to Swat raid over parody Twitter account | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
A Swat team burst into a Peoria house looking for the source of parody Twitter account that had upset the town’s mayor
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Death by Officer: An American Epidemic of Police Shootings and Brutality - YouTube

Law enforcement officers kill an increasing number of U.S. civilians annually. Please help bring the attention of the Supreme Court of the United States to t...
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DOJ Colludes with MMfA to Spin Fast & Furious

DOJ Colludes with MMfA to Spin Fast & Furious | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
These emails prove coordination between MMfA and the DOJ to spin stories. The DOJ was using MMfA as their own personal publicist and MMfA was spreading false information. To make it worse, MMfA is a tax exempt company that is backed by George Soros.
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FBI Opens Investigation Into Tasering Incident That Left 17-year-old In Critical Condition

FBI Opens Investigation Into Tasering Incident That Left 17-year-old In Critical Condition | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
Kansas City, Mo. - On Monday, the Kansas City Division of the FBI announced they are investigating the excessive force claims of Bryce Master's family following an incident on Sunday that left the teen in critical condition. Masters is listed in critical condition in an area hospitals intensive care unit where he is in a…
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Masters was stopped by police officer Tim Reynolds after arriving at a friend’s house to play video games. He was unable to comply with the officer’s demand to roll down his passenger side window all the way because his power windows lacked electrical wiring.  Eyewitnesses recording the incident show the officer became enraged, fired his taser through the partially opened window, pulled Masters from the car, handcuffed him, slamming him to the concrete, and pressed his foot against the youth’s back while he began convulsing.

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Texas Wants to Execute Man Who Killed Home Intruder Who Turned Out to Be SWAT Member - Hit & Run : Reason.com

Texas Wants to Execute Man Who Killed Home Intruder Who Turned Out to Be SWAT Member - Hit & Run : Reason.com | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
Attempting to serve a search warrant by entering a house through a window got Killeen, Texas, Police Detective Charles Dinwiddie shot in the face and
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Ex-VA doctor: Phoenix report a 'whitewash'

Ex-VA doctor: Phoenix report a 'whitewash' | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
A doctor who first exposed serious problems at the troubled Phoenix Veterans Affairs hospital said Wednesday that a report on patient deaths there is a "whitewash" that minimizes life-threatening conduct by senior leaders...
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Obama White House forcing new gun buyers to declare race, ethnicity

Obama White House forcing new gun buyers to declare race, ethnicity | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
The Obama administration quietly has been forcing new gun buyers to declare their race and ethnicity, a policy change that critics say provides little law enforcement value while creating the risk of privacy intrusions and racial profiling.
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Disgraced cop gets $250K from city

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Christopher Hays needs money for defense in civil rights lawsuits.
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D.C. Council, mayor crafting bill governing gun carry outside the home

D.C. Council, mayor crafting bill governing gun carry outside the home | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
The D.C. Council and mayor are collaborating on an emergency bill that would regulate residents’ ability to carry legally registered guns outside their homes.
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West Springfield police: N.H. woman arrested at The Big E after losing her gun

West Springfield police: N.H. woman arrested at The Big E after losing her gun | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
Capt. Mark Sypek said Gabrielle Emerson of Keene, N.H., was arrested after she lost her purse containing a handgun at the fair on Saturday.
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Thoughts? Perhaps she should have used a concealed holster? LL #2A   -  It happens to Cops and LEOs all the time...the #MSM just don't report it that much.  

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Comcast Denies It Will Cut Off Customers Who Use Tor, The Web Browser For Criminals

Comcast Denies It Will Cut Off Customers Who Use Tor, The Web Browser For Criminals | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it

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Some users of the anonymous web browser Tor have reported that Comcast has threatened to cut off their internet service unless they stop using the legal software. 

Comcast completely denies their claims. In a blog post, the company said "We have no policy against Tor, or any other browser or software. Customers are free to use their Xfinity Internet service to visit any website, use any app, and so forth."

According to a report on Deepdotweb, Comcast customer representatives have branded Tor "illegal" and told customers that using it is against the company's policies.

 

MORE:  http://finance.yahoo.com/news/comcast-threatening-cut-off-customers-092817979.html

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The Dark Web, Pirate Bay, Tor, and other new technologies; combined with alternative currencies (e.g. Bitcoin) mean that the police must think about strategy, tactics, logistics and even the philosophy of law so that we are prepared to fight crime when it moves elsewhere in the institutional framework....

Clay Faris's comment, September 18, 12:38 PM
Rob do you believe the police (or any leo agency for that matter) will ever really be able to keep up with the onion folks? The very nature of the deep web prevents snooping or spying (unless the website owner/manager is a moron and posts the info in a Tweet like the genius who used to operate The Silk Road did). And say what you want about the legitimacy or legality of the deep web, what it represents (besides the bad things) is real, true free market. Maybe the last one on the planet. How do you apply for a search warrant to search for the unsearchable? I'm not suggesting we don't try......there are things lurking in the darkness of the deep web that should make us all disgusted and afraid (child porn), and there are monsters that live there who ought never see the light of day. I just don't know that the police are up to the challenge of cracking that particular nut. The traditional emphasis on squeaky clean backgrounds for police applicants means that we're negating a large pool of people with the exact skillset we need to be utilizing. Curious your thoughts on that.
Rob Duke's comment, September 18, 9:25 PM
Clay, I'm working on a theory [neo-institutionalism--nothing to do with the matrix, btw (Neo reference aka attempted humor)] that I'll share when we finally meet in person (I'll come ride along or something). The short version is that I'm not sure we should try. I think Elinor Ostrom has it right when she argues that we need to make room with the tall impersonal institutional rule structures (what I call "in the shadow of the law") for ad hoc citizen behavior. While Ostrom won the Nobel Prize in economics for this idea as it applies to "scarce common pool resources" (i.e., clean air, limited fish & game, clean water, etc.), I think the same concept can apply very well to the intangibles that exist between your front door and mine that we share just like clean air (e.g. peace, safety, quality of life, a sense of place). I worry that we create too many absolutes that search out underground economies and enforcement structures that are policed only by warlords, strongmen and cartels and we would be better off to bring these back into the sunshine and regulation. Does that make sense? I have a diagram model that I think explains it better.