Sunday, May 25, 2014

Nation in the grip of a financial coup carried out by bankers

America entered the third world this year – very quietly.
The scam is at end-game, and it’s not that different than those foisted upon the peoples of third world nations such as Indonesia, Argentina, Russia, or South Korea.

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Saturday, May 24, 2014

Top risk managers committing suicide over mistakes

Eleven of the world's top risk management players have committed suicide since the first of the years. Last week, evidence emerged at a London inquest that would suggest why…

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Sunday, May 18, 2014


Caitlyn Reed suffered a beating at the hands of David Zahirniak. He used a cane. When he returned, the State of Texas expected her to defend herself with a borrowed pistol..

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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Supreme Court ducks challenge to imminent martial plan

Washington - Most people have no idea they could be rounded up by U.S. troops, detained, imprisoned, held incommunicado, denied legal representation and due process of law now that the U.S. Supreme Court ducked the issue of the Section 1021 of the National Defense Authorization Act

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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Ex-lover kills woman with her own gun

He admitted as much to arresting officers when they learned from two small children’s father that he walked in on them while caring for them and found them acting out sexually. He then encouraged them to continue, according to the children, who told their father.
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Monday, May 12, 2014

Apple patents new "kill switch" for smartphones

The tree of knowledge is now shielded from all usurpers who would upstage God, piss off police, or take any embarrassing pictures or video of folks doing things they might not like to explain.

Apple, Inc., has patented a new zap gun that will allow authorities to disable any smartphone from recording pictures, video or audio.

A 'kill switch' technology that works through mobile networks, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or GPS is able to send an encoded signal that can selectively shut down features of smartphones within range.

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Sunday, May 4, 2014

Burglary charge nets a life term

Clock watching a 'big bitch' jury selection
Hillsboro - When the 80-person venire heard that burglary of a habitation carries a possible sentence of two to twenty years or life, five to 99 years or life, or 25 to 99 years or life and a possible $10,000 fine, they did not yet know that they would be hearing a case in which the accused had three previous convictions for the same offense.

But something clicked. They began to think as a group, and it showed when the assistant prosecutor asked each one, individually, if they think prisons are built and operated to rehabilitate, or to punish offenders. Only 12 out of the 80 said rehabilitation is a consideration, but it's not much count, if there are prior offenses, said one of them, and then each one that spoke about the notion of punishment or rehabilitation after that echoed the same sentiment. Rehabilitation is plumb off the table when it comes to multiple offenses…

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