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US increases airport security worldwide, following report of increased terror threat

US increases airport security worldwide, following report of increased terror threat | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
The federal government is increasing security measures at some international airports with direct flights to the United States, based on recent intelligence about the continuing, worldwide terror threat, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Wednesday.
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 I guess the powers at be, need a new surge in FEAR, to add even more unconstitutional laws upon US all. #NDAA 

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YOU WILL OBEY - Five for reeducation..... #PoliceState

Cops open fire on a minivan with kids as young a six over a speeding citation dispute.
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It gets worse...Google the #NDAA 2012  

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Should Citizens prepare for Martial Law? - Reports and Perspective - Podcast

Should Citizens prepare for Martial Law? - Reports and Perspective - Podcast | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
Via Jim Duke 

"Could Martial Law be imposed on citizens? Certainly with the activity of government agencies and officials lately, they are getting ready for something big. Their purchase of ammunition and weapons to government agencies certainly would look like they plan to defend against a revolt. A friend of mine Dr. Mike gave me his analysis which I think has validity. I have used it as a basis for this podcast giving the information of what I know to validate the possibility of his claims. Challenges against Obama losing to the Supreme Court will just give him more intensity to impliment the possibility. He just might not wait until Novemeber for the outcome of the elections. Outspoken critics of Obama considered terrorists under the new description by DoD and according to the NDAA FEMA Detention centers under HR 645 give sites approval for detaining citizens called "Fusion Centers" A Citizen Militia will be drafted to include citizens compliant of this administration, illegal aliens, and possibly criminals not reluctant to kill Americans not compliant Many governmental agencies: DHS, Dept of Agriculture, NOAA, Social Services, etc have purchased ammunition and weapons for their agencies in the event of terrorist action Obama's administration may stage or provoke a crisis to create chaos and have excuse to usher in Martial Law Martial Law surrenders the Constitution, surrenders citizen rights, seizes property, takes over utilities, controls supplies and food - in other words imposes instant totalitarian government."  


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When The Police Become The Military - YouTube

You may not have heard the phrase "militarization of police", but you've probably seen the process in action. Whether in an unstable foreign land or in your ...
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Google the #NDAA 2012 .. it gets worse...... 

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Californians physically block illegal alien 'dumping' in their communities

Californians physically block illegal alien 'dumping' in their communities | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
Three buses carrying about 140 undocumented immigrants who were being taken to Murrieta, California Tuesday afternoon were greeted by angry protesters and turned away from their intended destination.
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Cop With History of ‘Malfunctioning’ Body Cam Shoots 19-year-old Girl. Yep, Another ‘Malfunction’

Cop With History of ‘Malfunctioning’ Body Cam Shoots 19-year-old Girl. Yep, Another ‘Malfunction’ | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
June 30, 2014 Officer Jeremy Dear has a history of a "malfunctioning" body camera during his applications of force. According to Dear’s personnel file, in January 2013, he helped break up a Downtown brawl and, in the process, he “did strike (the 22-year-old suspect) several times in his facial area with a closed fist,” according…
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Good Samaritans come to rescue of attacked cop

Raw video: Passersby in Ohio stop to help police officer
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It don't have to be all bad news.........at least no one was shot.  

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Cop Could Lose Job After Pulling Gun on Cabbie

Cop Could Lose Job After Pulling Gun on Cabbie | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
The Chicago Police Board is considering whether to keep an officer on the job after a 2010 conviction for pulling his gun on a cab driver while off-duty.
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The Feds Have Turned America Into a War Zone: 4 Disturbing Facts About Police Militarization

The Feds Have Turned America Into a War Zone: 4 Disturbing Facts About Police Militarization | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
Why do even small towns now deploy paramilitary forces?
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“The Internet’s Own Boy”: How the Government Destroyed Aaron Swartz

“The Internet’s Own Boy”: How the Government Destroyed Aaron Swartz | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
A film tells the story of the coder-activist who fought corporate power and corruption — and paid a cruel price/
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Federal judge rules no-fly list process is unconstitutional

Federal judge rules no-fly list process is unconstitutional | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
Judge orders government to come up with new procedures that allow people on the no-fly list to challenge designation
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KrisAnne Hall - Timeline Photos | Facebook

KrisAnne Hall - Timeline Photos | Facebook | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
" BlueJay, the “Law Enforcement Twitter Crime Scanner,” which provides real-time, geo-fenced access to every single public tweet so that local police can...
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Is this the Standing Army the Founders Warned Us About?

Is this the Standing Army the Founders Warned Us About? | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
Battlefield USA: American police ‘excessively militarized' - ACLU study  RT.comJune 24, 2014 Inheriting both the weapons and the mindset of the US military, police are becoming militarized and ‘hyper aggressive’ in their approach to maintaining security on the streets of America. New study calls on police not to treat people as ‘wartime enemies’. The tragic…
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Ex-parole officer of 'Pillowcase Rapist' opposes release, calls felon scarier than 'Mexican Mafia killer'

Ex-parole officer of 'Pillowcase Rapist' opposes release, calls felon scarier than 'Mexican Mafia killer' | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
The former parole officer of a high-profile serial rapist -- soon to be released into a small California community -- said he believes the violent sexual predator will repeat his offenses and fears...
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The Rutherford Institute :: 238 Years Later, Would Americans Still Choose Freedom Over Slavery?

The Rutherford Institute :: 238 Years Later, Would Americans Still Choose Freedom Over Slavery? | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
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By John Whitehead

“Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!”—Patrick Henry

"Imagine living in a country where armed soldiers crash through doors to arrest and imprison citizens merely for criticizing government officials. Imagine that in this very same country, you’re watched all the time, and if you look even a little bit suspicious, the police stop and frisk you or pull you over to search you on the off chance you’re doing something illegal. Keep in mind that if you have a firearm of any kind while in this country, it may get you arrested and, in some circumstances, shot by police.

If you’re thinking this sounds like America today, you wouldn’t be far wrong. However, the scenario described above took place more than 200 years ago, when American colonists suffered under Great Britain’s version of an early police state. It was only when the colonists finally got fed up with being silenced, censored, searched, frisked, threatened, and arrested that they finally revolted against the tyrant’s fetters.

No document better states their grievances than the Declaration of Independence. A document seething with outrage over a government which had betrayed its citizens, the Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776, by 56 men who laid everything on the line, pledged it all—“our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor”—because they believed in a radical idea: that all people are created to be free.

Labeled traitors, these men were charged with treason, a crime punishable by death. For some, their acts of rebellion would cost them their homes and their fortunes. For others, it would be the ultimate price—their lives. Yet even knowing the heavy price they might have to pay, these men dared to speak up when silence could not be tolerated. Even after they had won their independence from Great Britain, these new Americans worked to ensure that the rights they had risked their lives to secure would remain secure for future generations. The result: our Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments to the Constitution.

Imagine the shock and outrage these 56 men would feel were they to discover that 238 years later, the government they had risked their lives to create has been transformed into a militaristic police state in which exercising one’s freedoms is often viewed as a flagrant act of defiance. Indeed, had the Declaration of Independence been written today, it would have rendered its signers terrorists, resulting in them being placed on a government watch list, targeted for surveillance of their activities and correspondence, and potentially arrested, held indefinitely, stripped of their rights and labeled enemy combatants."

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Police Planning 4th of July ‘No Refusal’ Blood-Draw DUI Checkpoints

Police Planning 4th of July ‘No Refusal’ Blood-Draw DUI Checkpoints | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
On July 4th, 1776, America's founding generation took its first historic step towards an experiment in freedom that unleashed one of the most innovative and pro
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NYPD Beat this Man for Sleeping on the Train on His Way Home From Work

NYPD Beat this Man for Sleeping on the Train on His Way Home From Work | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
"I just wanna go home!" July 2, 2014 A disturbing video was submitted to the Free Thought Project, via facebook, which shows a New York man being assaulted by NYPD cops. The alleged reason for the police harassment was that he fell asleep on the train. In the video we can hear the man plea…
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I think he's on his way to the reeducation camp..... you can't resist..you must OBEY.......    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiYWHBC-MLo&feature=share&list=UUSvNBe8eu6mqyUla1S8E9WQ ;   Room 101 (1984 clip) avi via @YouTube

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The Phony Drug War: How the US Government Deals Drugs (Documentary) - YouTube

Please like, share, and subscribe! Also, check out 'Cannabis Prohibition: A War on the People' - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cseb1tYb7qU & 'Cannabis Prohi...
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Cop's mood changes when he realizes he's being filmed - CNET

Cop's mood changes when he realizes he's being filmed - CNET | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
A trucker honks at an Illinois state trooper who, he says, was speeding and talking on his cell phone. The officer stops him and is at first confrontational. Then he is told he's being filmed.
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Cop lies his ass off: http://youtu.be/f-dJgFdfl3I via @YouTube

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How NOT to Police.....

F2P...
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How NOT to Police..... some of this could be rationally explained as it's been edited..but I'm betting most of it was excessive force. :( http://lnkd.in/di2EuAU

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State Passes Law to Legalize Shooting Police

State Passes Law to Legalize Shooting Police | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
Finally some rational legislation is passed concerning ‘public servants’ unlawfully entering another person’s property. All too often, we see examples of cops breaking into the wrong house and shooting the family dog, or worse, killing a member of the family. Well, Indiana has taken action to “recognize the unique character of a citizen's home and to…
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I believe the Castle Doctrine ( http://lnkd.in/dRHwSZn ;) as a human right. NO bad guys period should ever have the upper hand to illegally invading your home. It's a basic human right to defend yourself and your home straight up. If police want to catch someone they can always get them after they leave their home, if not too bad. As an example: the feds could have easily captured David Koresh outside of his compound without killing all those people in Waco, TX. 

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After a Police Dog Bit His Leg, This Protester Was Jailed Thanks to a Cop's Testilying | VICE United States

After a Police Dog Bit His Leg, This Protester Was Jailed Thanks to a Cop's Testilying | VICE United States | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
The expensive consequences of New York City's heavy-handed approach to policing protest have been on display lately, with video evidence playing a key role. But what happens when there's no footage to…
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Occupier Zachary wins his lawsuit against MTA after dog bit him & police testilied after #NDAA protest http://ow.ly/yrelQ ; via @macfathom

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16 Ways the Supreme Court Built the Police State and Destroyed Your Rights | Alternative

16 Ways the Supreme Court Built the Police State and Destroyed Your Rights | Alternative | Criminal Justice in America | Scoop.it
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“[I]f the individual is no longer to be sovereign, if the police can pick him up whenever they do not like the cut of his jib, if they can ‘seize’ and ‘search’ him in their discretion, we enter a new regime. The...
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Can you record the police? | CLASSIC - YouTube

It's an increasingly important question, and various sources will give you differing answers. Tune in to learn more about the legality of recording law enfor...
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