Source: Zero Hedge
As Intellihub’s Shepard Ambellas writes, one-hundred and fifty heads of government, a.k.a. the elite, are gathering over the course of the next few weeks for a massive climate summit that’s anticipated to attract and indoctrinate over 40,000 visitors from around the globe. The summit, dubbed COP21, is sponsored by the United Nations (UN) and will reportedly focus on combating climate change. However it’s doubtful that geoengineering, which ironically is mostly to blame for current climate patterns, will even be a topic of interest to scheduled speakers. To boot any chance of that information making it out to the general public is limited as 24 activists have already been placed under house arrest.”
He further observes that “emergency powers” declared in the wake of the recent Paris attacks – in the name of terrorism – and adopted virtually overnight, were extended for a period of up to 90-days…
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In the wake of last month’s shooting at Umpqua University in Oregon, national debate has once again been sparked over the role of firearm controls. Gun-control laws must be passed, we are told, that target these events and reduce or eliminate their frequency. However, much like most debates in the political realm, convenience and sound bites take the center stage over understanding root causes of violence itself. The debate is further confused by improper data comparison and information gathering techniques, mainly to drive a pre-designed political agenda and not to attempt to solve the homicide problem.
Before we get into the issue of general homicide, it is important to clear a few common errors in identifying the events in Oregon.
The biggest claim, made by President Obama, is that this doesn’t happen in the same frequency in Europe. Even the linked…
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Please view THIS video by environmental researcher, Dana Durnford, to better understand the enormity of the highest level coverup of the radiation that is killing the entire North Pacific Ocean and is blanketing the West Coast from Alaska to Baja California. Dana was recently arrested in Canada in relation to his publicizing the facts of the radiation coverup and his outrage over it. The Nuclear Industry does not want this information, photos and videos to be seen by the public. Go to TheNuclearProctologist.org and look at some of the data Dana has gathered through his five heroic expeditions along the B.C.coast and be sure to read Yoichi Shimatsu’s brilliant paper below explaining the effort to shut down vital data regarding the truth of Fukushima radiation along the West Coast…which is clearly presenting as a potential extinction level event.
Yoichi Shimatsu On Dana Durnford’s Plight – HERE
Every Day is Earth Day
The EMP threat is a story that just will not go away. This article bring to light some of the most recent developments of the US government in an attempt thwart what is believed to be an impending EMP threat.
Two missile launches by a rogue state , which detonate 100 miles above the mid-continent United States would lead to a catastrophic blackout of the nation’s power grid.
New Concerns Over an Old Problem
Yesterday, one of my most realiable conduits of information, Paul Martin contacted me with urgent information regarding urgent preparations by this government for what they believe to be an impending EMP threat. Paul has proven himself to be a reliable source of information because he is connected to very good, albeit anonymous sources of information. His message to me was that there has been an intense and all encompassing set of drills conducted by the “agencies” designed to practice against an anticipated EMP attack. The drills were ostensibly covert, yet word has indeed leaked out.
After Paul called me I immediately contacted and was able to speak at length to one of my most reliable sources. In effect, he confirmed what Paul Martin had told me, but this conversation went much further. Subsequently, I have spent a complete night researching the literature in order to provide confirming/disconfirming information to what I was told. I have concluded that an EMP attack is likely and the alphabet soup agencies are fully aware of the looming threat and are taking predictable steps to mitigate the problem. In fact, the mitigation efforts for such an attack has been ongoing for sometime.
Government Preparations for an EMP Attack
For the past sixyears, I have written about the efforts of my Congressman Trent Franks (R-AZ)and how he has tried to become the Paul Revere of the EMP danger. I have previously expressed extreme frustration because Franks seemed like the lone voice in the wilderness as he was desperately trying to save this nation from a catastrophe of unprecedented proportions. Yet, it now seems that his efforts have produced some positive results.
The Reopening of NORAD’s Cheyenne Mountain Facility in Colorado Springs
The Wall Street Journal featured an op-ed piece, written by two former Reagan-era government officials, Henry Cooper and Peter Fry. The authors spoke of a potential and devastating attack to the US power grid by rogue, nuclear states such as North Korea and Iran. This has subsequently led the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) to return to its previous location inside Cheyenne Mountain near Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Cooper and Pry stated that, “Because the enormous bunker in the hollowed-out mountain, built to survive a Cold War-era nuclear conflict, can also resist an electromagnetic-pulse attack, or EMP. An EMP strike, most likely from the detonation of a nuclear weapon in space, would destroy unprotected military and civilian electronics nationwide, and would subsequently the electric grid and other critical infrastructure for months or years. The staggering human cost of such a catastrophic attack is not difficult to imagine.”
Since Franks first started sounding the alarm in 2008, the Pentagon has indeed moved towards shielding its global air defense command from being knocked out by an electromagnetic pulse EMP attack. However, and very predictably, the Obama administration has miserably failed to act on the urgent and time-sensitive recommendations to protect the country’s civilian electronic infrastructure from the catastrophic effects of an EMP attack.
Should the nation be surprised that Obama has failed to act upon this real threat? This is just one more item of proof that Obama is a Manchurian Candidate who is determined to keep “fundamentally transforming America”, until there is no more America.
Cooper, Pry and my insider source all indentified two nations as being the most likely source of an EMP attack. And these two nationsThe likeliest source of such an attack would be North Korea or Iran, according to Cooper, former director of the Strategic Defense Initiative, launched by the late President Ronald Reagan, and Pry, executive director of the EMP Task Force on National and Homeland Security and a veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency.
In the Journal, Cooper and Pry point out that Iran and North Korea “Iran should be regarded as already having have successfully orbited satellites on South-Polar trajectories that appear to practice evading U.S. missile defenses nuclear missiles capable of making an EMP attack against the U.S.,” noting, and at optimum altitudes to make a surprise EMP attack.Hardening the national electric grid would cost a few billion dollars, a trivial amount compared with the loss of electricity and lives following an EMP attack.” An EMP Commission, recently formed asked Obama to draft an Executive Order to protect that nation’s infrastructure. However, and Cooper and Pry point out, Obama has failed to act upon the request.
Yet, Obama is the unworthy recipient of preferential treatment. In the event of an EMP attack, the President has a “special plane” dubbed Nighthawk which can survive and function during an EMP attack. The plane is loaded with a mix of high tech equipment and analog and primitive communication devices which still might be in play in some ground sites.
The Naval War College has stated that in the event of a full-scale EMP attack, 90% of all Americans will be dead within two years.
The Areas You Don’t Want to Be When an EMP Is Discharged
As James Wesley Rawles pointed out to me in a recent interview, there are several areas that would be very unfortunate for your to be at when an EMP is discharged.
- Being in one of the 4,000 planes that would be flying, would be fatal.
- Being in the hospital on life-sustaining equipment.
- Being trapped in a high rise building elevator. This would become your tomb.
- Being on the highway at night when all the lights and go out as well as most car engines. There would be multiple and devastating accidents.
- Being more that 10 miles from home in harsh weather. Do you have a bug in bag? Consider a fold up bike.
The list is more extensive, but you get the idea.
For the price of one B-1 bomber, Obama refuses to act to protect America from such an attack. Since the two most likely states who will carry out this attack, Iran and North Korea, we should consider an attack by these states upon the United States to be an attack from their dominant allies, Russia and China.
Also, the President and his top officials will survive. Will you?
In past articles I have written about an EMP attack, I have not had such concrete information regarding an impending attack with the full knowledge of the US governemnt. And what is Obama doing to protect you? Nothing!
Due to the frightening developments of the last few days, Alex sounds his third Emergency Alert as the world marches dangerously close to the eruption of WWIII.
From the elite scrambling away to armored redoubts, to the sabre rattling of Ergodan the unhinged Turkish P.M., we are hurtling towards the precipice of full scale war.
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Saudi Arabia is considered to be a country plagued with a number of human rights violations, a close ally of the United States, they continue to face large amounts of criticism for refusing to take in any of the millions of Syrians currently fleeing their homeland in search for safety. This is more so because Saudi Arabia has approximately 100,000 air-conditioned tents sitting empty on a giant plot of land, located approximately 2, 150 miles from Syria in the city of Mina. Apparently, they?re only used a few days a year to house pilgrims commuting to Meca for hajj.
Why is this? Well, perhaps it?s because that this entire global war on terrorism is a United States undertaking, carried out by a number of countries that are obeying orders from Washington. More people are starting to wake up to this possibility, and evidence showing that all of this activity…
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Don’t you sometimes get the feeling all levels of government are little more than a shell game in which the pea is always in someone’s pocket. You lay down your bet, as the grifter lays down an incessant prattle, but you never pick up any winnings.
Only in this game, they won’t let you walk away, and they keep insisting you are winning.
Take the city of Las Vegas’ new deal with NV Energy in which the city claims it will be operating on 100 percent renewable energy at no additional cost. They announced the deal at a press conference recently at which there were more people doing the announcing than there were members of the press.
The mayor and other highly-paid city officials as well as the well-compensated head of NV Energy declared that a new three-year contract would free the city of ever using a single electron of…
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It doesn’t take a neurosurgeon to tell Dr. Ben Carson is a quick study.
The Republican presidential candidate visited Southern Nevada this past week, stopping off in Pahrump before dropping in on the Review-Journal editorial board. As it has in televised debates, Carson’s unflappable demeanor ran in dramatic contrast to the bombast of fellow GOP front-runner Donald Trump.
In addition to answering the standard campaign questions about health care and foreign policy, Carson was also queried about his position on public lands use and the beleaguered Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump project.
They weren’t trick questions. Every presidential candidate who sets foot in the Silver State is asked the same things. Most candidates do as Carson did: smile politely, probably silently thank the person in charge of prepping the candidate on local and regional issues, and hold forth with generous generalities meant to provide thoughtful commentary before moving on to the next subject.
And so it was Monday.
In Nye County, public lands use isn’t just the topic of the day: It’s a question that has weighed heavily on rural residents for generations. Understanding that a majority of the population in the West’s rural counties advocates privatization of public lands is the easy part.
“The fact that the government owns 2.4 billion acres of land is ridiculous,” Carson said. “… I would advocate returning land to the states. It’s not like they’re irresponsible people who don’t care what happens. I just don’t see any benefit from the government owning so much land.”
Approximately 86 percent of Nevada’s 110,000 square miles is owned or controlled by the federal government. The Bureau of Land Management has stewardship of about 67 percent, or 48 million acres.
That’s a big space, but the politics of public lands in a West growing more parched and populated is greater still. That makes it more than a regional issue, or a topic deserving of seemingly sincere but undeniably vague responses an intellectually gifted candidate.
“I think what I would advocate is that states begin to work with the BLM in terms of what they would like to have,” Carson said. ” … It doesn’t have to be a sudden change. It can be a gradual change.”
But, as ever, the devil is in the details. And public lands politics has bedeviled the brightest minds in Washington.
This isn’t particularly a criticism of Carson, really. It’s that way with just about all the candidates who move through Nevada, the land of big fundraising, outsized influences and personalities and early caucuses that give its political players a sense of self-importance.
Many candidates still seem to think the subject of public land use and stewardship is a regional issue, something that takes place somewhere “out West.” But the decisions we make in the coming years on our public lands will have an impact on the entire nation. Whether the subject is water use, agriculture, global warming, travel and tourism or natural resources development, the next president will be compelled to play a leadership role as never before. The issues are too important and the challenges too immediate to be left to outmoded thinking and old political bureaucracies and paradigms.
Asked Monday about his visit to Pahrump, which recently found itself unfairly ranked among America’s worst small cities, Carson observed, “It is a beautiful place, and I wish more of it belonged to the people.”
See that? He said just the right thing.
But does Carson, an undeniable quick study, really get it?
For that matter, does any candidate?
- Wednesday, 25 November 2015 12:00
- William M. Windsor
A Rule 60 motion is used to set aside a void order — an order generated through fraud — an order that has no basis in law.
Rule 60 motions have been filed as many as 60 years after an order was issued, but Judge James A. Haynes couldn’t address the illegality of the August 23, 2013 Ex Parte Temporary Order of Protection, so he simply denied it without justification….
This is a favorite technique of corrupt judges all across America.
Here is Bill Windsor’s Rule 60 Motion:
William M. Windsor (“Windsor”) files a Motion to Set Aside Orders pursuant to MCA Rule 60(b)(4), MCA 3-1-113, and the Court’s inherent powers. This is the Brief in Support.
This Court and its predecessor have issued several orders that are void or invalid. On August 23, 2013, Judge Sam Warren of the Missoula Municipal Court (“MMC”) entered an ex parte temporary order of protection (“EX PARTE TOP”) in Case #OP-2013-00198. The statutory authority to issue a TOP in Montana allows a court to issue a TOP for “up to 20 days.” The EX PARTE TOP in this case was issued for 24 days. The issuing court exceeded its authority, and the order is void or invalid. It must be set aside pursuant to Montana Rules of Civil Procedure (“MRCP”) Rule 60(b)(4) and/or MCA 3-1-113.
On August 21, 2013, Sean Boushie filed an ex parte Petition for Temporary Order of Protection and Hearing (“Petition”) against Windsor in the MMC Case # OP-2013-00198.[OP-2013-00198 DOCKET #1.]
On August 21, 2013, the day Sean Boushie filed his application for a protective order, Windsor filed a University of Montana Police Report against Sean Boushie for stalking. Sean Boushie did not file anything, and Officer Nick Painter of the University of Montana Police advised Windsor that he spoke with Sean Boushie and told him to stay away from him and cease sending him emails or messages. [A true and correct copy of the videos filmed while I was on the University of Montana campus on August 21, 2013 are onhttp://www.youtube.com/lawlessamerica, and are referenced and incorporated herein as if attached hereto.] This was filming an expose story. There was no stalking.
On August 23, 2013, an Ex Parte Temporary Order of Protection (“EX PARTE TOP”) was granted to Sean Boushie by MMC Judge Sam Warren, pursuant to MCA 40-15-201.Judge Sam Warren issued the EX PARTE TOP without even speaking to Sean Boushie, much less Windsor.
The EX PARTE TOP states twice that it expires on 09/16/2013.
On August 23, 2013, the entry on the Docket in MMC Case # OP-2013-00198 reads, “Expiration Days: 24 Expiration Date 9/16/2013.” [OP-2013-00198 DOCKET.]
On August 23, 2013, the Docket in the MMC shows a hearing was scheduled for 09/09/2013 on Order of Protection, as does the EX PARTE TOP. [OP-2013-00198 DOCKET.]
On August 26, 2013, Windsor filed a 24-page sworn Motion for Modification of Temporary Order of Protection in the MMC in OP-2013-00198. This detailed many of the problems with the EX PARTE TOP. This motion was never addressed. In fact, it was withheld from the docket. [OP-2013-00198 DOCKET.]
On August 26, 2013, Windsor filed a 28-page sworn Answer to Petition for Protective Order of Boushie and Sworn Petition for Permanent Order of Protection in the MMC in OP-2013-00198. This detailed many of the problems with the EX PARTE TOP. Windsor swore that the petition contains many counts of perjury and massive hearsay. This motion was never addressed. In fact, it was withheld from the docket. [OP-2013-00198 DOCKET.]
On August 26, 2013, following the filings in the MMC, Windsor appealed the EX PARTE TOP to the District Court (“DC”) pursuant to MCA 40-15-302(1). This created DV-13-969 in the DC. (DV-13-969 DOCKET.) Windsor did not remove the case to the DC.
On October 3, 2014, the State filed an Information charging me with five violations of the EX PARTE TOP. The earliest alleged violation occurred on December 30, 2013, long after the EX PARTE TOP had expired. (See DC-14-509 Docket #s 1-2-3-4-5.]
I. A Court May Relieve a Respondent from an Invalid Order Pursuant to MRCP Rule 60 or, if necessary in the interest of justice, under its
This motion concerns an EX PARTE TOP that was issued on August 23, 2013. The EX PARTE TOP has become the basis for criminal charges against Windsor. But there are fundamental errors in the order that that involve the issuing court’s subject matter jurisdiction and violation of Windsor’s right to due process. For these reasons, this Court should deem the order void or invalid, or vacate the order.
“Voidness is defined in terms of lack of jurisdiction or violation of due process.” United Student Aid Funds, Inc. v. Espinosa, 559 U. S. 130 S. Ct. 1367, 176L. Ed. 2d 158, 170 (2010) (citing Moore’s).
“[A] void judgment is one so affected by a fundamental infirmity that the infirmity may be raised even after the judgment becomes final.” United Student Aid Funds, Inc. v. Espinosa, 559 U.S. 260, 130 S.Ct. 1367, 1377, 176 L.Ed.2d 158 (2010).
In Corban v. Corban, 161 Mont. 93, 96, 504 P.2d 985, 987 (1972), the MSC found that, “lack of jurisdiction over the subject matter can be raised at any time and a court which in fact lacks such jurisdiction cannot acquire it even by consent of the parties.”
This Court has held that an invalid and void order can be attacked in any proceeding where they come into issue. Pennoyer v. Neff, 95 US 714 (1877).
This court has authority to review and correct the infirmities of the order in spite of the passage of time.
A. Rule 60.
First, under MRCP Rule 60, this Court has the authority to declare orders void or invalid.
Rule 60(b)(4) allows a party to seek relief from a final judgment that “is void,” but only in the rare instance where a judgment is premised either on a certain type of jurisdictional error or on a violation of due process that deprives a party of notice or the opportunity to be heard. (United Student Aid Funds, Inc. v. Espinosa, 559 U.S. 260, 261, 130 S.Ct. 1367, 1371, 176 L.Ed.2d 158 (2010).)
MRCP Rule 60(b)(4) allows an order to be set aside because it is void or invalid.
“…the question of the validity of a judgment is a legal one.” (Hicklin v. CSC Logic, Inc., 283 Mont. 298, 301, 940 P.2d 447, 449 (1997); Export Group v. Reef Indus., Inc., 54 F.3d 1466, 1469 (9th Cir. 1995); (In re Guardianship and Conservatorship of Anderson, 218 P.3d 1220, 353 Mont. 139, 2009 MT 344 (Mont. 10/20/2009).)
Windsor must be relieved from this order pursuant to MRCP Rule 60(b)(4). (Elliot v. Piersol, 1 Pet. 328, 340, 26 U.S. 328, 340 (1828).)
B. Inherent Authority
Even if the Court can’t grant the relief requested here under MRCP Rule 60, it can grant the relief under its inherent authority. There exists an age-old and well-established principle that every court has power to do what is necessary for the administration of real and substantial justice.
MCA 3-1-113. Means to carry jurisdiction into effect.When jurisdiction is, by the constitution or any statute, conferred on a court or judicial officer, all the means necessary for the exercise of such jurisdiction are also given. In the exercise of this jurisdiction, if the course of proceeding is not specifically pointed out by this code, any suitable process or mode of proceeding may be adopted which may appear most conformable to the spirit of this code.
“…a court could exercise its inherent power only when the established methods for addressing the court’s needs failed or when an emergency arose that was not remedied by the established methods.” (Hillis v. Sullivan (1913), 48 Mont. 320, 137 P. 395.)
“our inherent power and paramount obligation to interpret Montana’s Constitution and to protect the various rights set forth in that document.” (State v. Finley(1996), 276 Mont. 126, 915 P.2d 208.)
The fundamental flaws in the EX PARTE TOP warrant this Court’s exercise of its inherent authority to declare the order void or invalid.
Courts of equity have the inherent power to grant the relief that justice requires. (Tiffany v. Uhde (1950), 123 Mont. 507, 512-13, 216 P.2d 375, 378.)
II. The Temporary Order of Protection was VOID from inception.
Montana courts are authorized to issue an Ex Parte Temporary Order of Protection pursuant to MCA 40-15-201. The statute limits the term of an ex parte TOP as follows:
The court may, without requiring prior notice to the respondent, issue an immediate temporary order of protection for up to 20 days if the court finds, on the basis of the petitioner’s sworn petition or other evidence, that harm may result to the petitioner if an order is not issued before the 20-day period for responding has elapsed. 40-15-201(4), MCA.
In the instant case, the Municipal Court issued a 24 day TOP against Windsor. (DOCKET #1 – August 23, 2013.)
The statute clearly limits a court’s authority to issue a TOP for a period in excess of 20 days. The mandate that the courts adhere strictly to the letter of statutory law is inflexible. InState v. Evert, 93 P.3d 1254, 322 Mont. 105, 2004 MT 178 (Mont. 07/06/2004) the Montana Supreme Court explained:
The laws of the State of Montana are written to ensure that justice is served and the well-being of society and individuals is safe-guarded. Contrary to the County Attorney’s pronouncement to the District Court that “we don’t hold firm to the technicalities of the statute or the Supreme Court rulings,” adherence to the legislative enactments and the decisions of this Court is not a matter of convenience or prosecutorial preference. No court or officer of the court has the prerogative of circumventing or modifying the procedures established by law. Id.
Based upon a plain reading of the unambiguous limitations of MCA 40-15-201 the EX PARTE TOP is an extra-judicial order that exceeded the court’s authority. Such an order cannot be made valid by any court.
Courts are constituted by authority and they cannot go beyond that power delegated to them. If they act beyond that authority, and certainly in contravention of it, their judgments and orders are regarded as nullities. They are not voidable, but simply void, and this even prior to reversal. Vallely v. Northern Fire & Marine Ins. Co., 254 U.S. 348, 41 S.Ct. 116 (1920).
III. Orders issued by the MMC and the DC are void orders and became moot.
If this Court agrees that the EX PARTE TOP had a fundamental flaw and it should be vacated, all other orders related to the order become moot.
The statutory authority to issue a TOP in Montana allows a court to issue a TOP for “up to 20 days.” The EX PARTE TOP in this case was issued for 24 days. The issuing court exceeded its authority, and the order is void or invalid. It must be set aside pursuant to MRCP Rule 60(b)(4), and all other orders become moot.
WHEREFORE, William M. Windsor prays that this Court will order that the EX PARTE TOP was void or invalid and is set aside pursuant to MRCP Rule 60(b)(4) or the Court’s Inherent Authority; and grant such other relief as the Court feels is appropriate.
Submitted this 12th day November, 2015,
William M. Windsor
110 East Center Street #1213, Madison, SD 57042, 770-578-1094, email@example.com
After all they kill us. Nothing can be better then seeing a corrupt cop die.
Police kill a lot of unarmed people. So far in 2015, as many as 100 unarmed people have been killed by police.
There have been around 400 fatal police shootings; one in six of those killings, 16 percent, were of unarmed people, 49 had no weapon at all and 13 had toy guns, according to the Washington Post. Of the police killings this year less than 1 percent have resulted in the officer being charged with a crime. The Guardian did a study which included killings by Tasers and found 102 people killed by police so far in 2015 were unarmed and that unarmed black people are twice as likely to be killed by police as whites.
Here are 15 of the most outrageous reasons given by police to justify killing unarmed people in the last 12 months.
1. He was dancing in the street and walking with a purpose. On June 9, 2015 an unarmed man, Ryan Bollinger, was shot by police in Des Moines after “walking with a purpose” toward the police car. After a low-speed chase started when Bollinger was observed dancing in the street and behaving erratically, Bollinger exited his vehicle and began charging toward a police car. An officer shot him through the rolled-up cruiser window. The shooting is under investigation.
2. Thought it was my Taser. An unarmed man, Eric Harris, ran from the police in Tulsa, Oklahoma on April 2, 2015. After he was shot in the back by a Taser by one officer and was on the ground, a 73-year-old volunteer reserve officer shot and killed him (watch the video). While dying he yelled that he was losing his breath, to which one of the officers responded, “F*ck your breath.” Police said the officer thought he was shooting his Taser and “inadvertently discharged his service weapon.” The officer has been charged with second-degree manslaughter. Running away from the police often provokes a police overreaction given several names, including the “foot tax” and the “running tax.”
3. Naked man refused to stop. Anthony Hill, a naked, unarmed, mentally ill Air Force Afghanistan veteran, was shot and killed March 9, 2015 by DeKalb County Georgia police. Police said Hill refused an order to stop. The killing is under investigation.
4. Not going to say. On March 6, 2015 Aurora, Colorado police shot and killed unarmed Naeschylus Vinzant while taking him into custody. For the last three months, while the investigation into the killing continues, the police have refused to say what compelled the officer to shoot Vinzant.
5. Felt threatened by unarmed homeless man. On March 1, 2015, Los Angeles police shot and killed Charly Leundeu Keunang, an unarmed homeless man, after five officers went to his tent and struggled with him. Los Angeles police have killed about one person a week since 2000. An investigation is ongoing.
6. Taser didn’t work. On Feb. 23, 2015, an unarmed man, Daniel Elrod, was shot twice in the back and once in the shoulder by Omaha, Nebraska police after he tried to jump a fence to escape police who suspected him of robbery. Police said their Taser did not work, Elrod ignored their demands to get down on the ground, did not show his hands, and they felt threatened. Video was not made available and the officer later resigned. Elrod was the second person killed by this officer. No criminal charges were filed.
7. Armed with a broom. Lavall Hall’s mother called the police in Miami Gardens on Feb. 15, 2015 and asked for help for her son who was mentally ill. Hall, who was only 5’4″, walked outside with a broom and was later shot and killed by police, who said he failed to comply with instructions and engaged them with an object. The killing is still under investigation.
8. Throwing rocks. On Feb. 10, 2015 an unarmed man, Antonio Zambrano-Montes, was fired at 17 times and killed by police in Kennewick, Washington. A video of his killing has been viewed more than 2 million times. Officers said he had been throwing rocks at cars, ran away and then turned around.
9. Taser worked but he didn’t stop. On Feb. 2, 2015, a Hummelstown, Pennsylvania police officer shot unarmed David Kassick in the back with a Taser. When Kassick went to the ground on his stomach, he was shot twice in the back. The officer said Kassick, who was running away from a traffic stop, was told to show his hands and not move, yet he continued to try to remove the Taser prongs from his back, and the officer believed he was reaching for a gun. The officer has been charged with homicide.
10. Car going 11 miles an hour was going to kill me. On Jan. 16, Denver police fired eight times at unarmed Jessica Hernandez, 17, who was killed after being hit by four bullets. The police said she drove too close to them when she was trying to get away and may have tried to run them down, so they shot into the windshield and driver’s windows. The police said the car may have reached 11 miles per hour in the 16 feet it traveled before hitting a fence. The police were not charged.
11. Armed with a spoon. Dennis Grigsby, an unarmed mentally ill man holding a soup spoon, was shot in the chest in a neighbor’s garage by Texarkana police on Dec. 15, 2015. The killing is under investigation.
12. Armed with prescription bottle. Rumain Brisbon, a 34-year-old unarmed man, was shot and killed by police in Phoenix on Dec. 2, 2014. After running away, he was caught and engaged in a struggle with the officer, who mistook a prescription pill bottle in Brisbon’s pocket for a gun. The police officer was not charged.
13. It was an accident. On Nov. 20, 2014, a New York City police officer fired into a stairwell and killed unarmed Akai Gurley. The officer, who was charged with manslaughter, is expected to say he fired his gun accidently.
14. Don’t mention It. On Nov. 12, 2014, an unarmed handcuffed inmate was shot multiple times by officers while fighting with another handcuffed inmate in the High Desert State Prison in Carson City, Nevada. His family was not told, and did not know he had been shot until three days later when they claimed his body at a mortuary.
15. Armed with toy gun. John Crawford was in a Walmart store in Beavercreek, Ohio on Aug. 4, 2014, when he picked up an unloaded BB gun. When officers arrived, they ordered him to put down the gun, and started shooting, hitting him at least twice and killing him. In a widely viewedvideo, Crawford can be seeing dropping the BB gun, running away and being shot. Likewise, Cleveland police shot and killed a 12-year-old boy, Tamir Rice, who was playing with a toy pellet gun on Nov. 22, 2014. Police said they shouted verbal commands from inside their vehicle in the two seconds before they shot him twice. In both cases, the police story of shouting warnings and orders looks iffy at best.
These are the responses of police authorities who face less than one chance in 100 of being charged when they kill people, even unarmed people. These outrages demand change in the way lethal force is used, reported, justified and prosecuted.
By Lisa Haven
“Apparently the quiet streets of Bastrop County worked so well for the U.S. military and their Jade Helm exercise this summer that they’re coming back. This time Special Forces has an unconventional warfare exercise with a catchy acronym,” KEYE TV reports.
That new “catchy acronym” is UWEX16, short for “Unconventional Warfare Exercise 2016.” Once again our communities and private property will be paraded with military activity practices in preparation for martial law type scenarios.
According to the Austin American-Statsman, “There will be no public meeting and no circulated map of the Unites States with Texas Labeled.”
In other words this time they are keeping it all under the radar and not notifying US citizens, because last time they did there was outcry.
Here is the breaking report:
Gary Franchi at Next News Network also had this to EXPOSE about UWEX 16…
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“They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” ― Benjamin Franklin
“Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country.”—Hermann Goering, German military commander and Hitler’s designated successor
For those who remember when the first towers fell on 9/11, there is an unnerving feeling of déjà vu about the Paris attacks.
Once again, there is that same sense of shock. The same shocking images of carnage and grief dominating the news. The same disbelief that anyone could be so hateful, so monstrous, so evil as to do this to another human being. The same outpourings of support and unity…
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Hows everything going everybody! Here are a few articles and real reportings that states the truth about what has been going on with the attacks in Paris.
I am truly saddened about the attacks in Paris, and all the innocent civilians whose lives were taken away from this atrocity. The attacks in Paris was orchestrated by the CIA along with the French intelligence and others. I pray that God may have mercy on their souls, and that they may be in heaven with him…
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Things are heating up and moving fast since the terror attacks in France just over one week ago. Since then, we have seen almost daily police raids, arrests and terror alerts and threats on every continent. Western governments are reacting in the only way they know how: declaring states of emergency, cracking down on maybe terrorist cells, staging night-time raids on citizens’ homes, dropping bombs in Syria and Iraq, and pushing through new ‘anti-terror’ legislation.
What we are seeing, among other things, are the reactions of various factions within the Western power elite, sometimes acting at cross purposes. Chaos…
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Poor French people. They are consuming way too much cheese and prescription pills, and this prevents them from seeing they are being boiled alive, just like the poor infamous frog.
November 25, 2015
Every time there’s a huge terrorist threat, the public gives up their freedoms for protection from the Government. And every time, our leaders use these new laws to destroy civil liberties.
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Nov 4, 2015
One of the most influential figures in the American Revolution was the writer, philosopher and scientist Benjamin Franklin. In February 1731, he became a Rosicrucian Mason and in 1734 Provincial Grand Master of Pennsylvania. While in France in the 1770’s, as a diplomat for the American colonies, Franklin was made Grand Master of the politically-oriented Masonic lodge called Neuf Soeurs in Paris.
We speak about the occult “conspiracy” as if it were going to erode the status quo.
In fact, as David Livingstone explains, the occult conspiracy is a fait accompli. Modern Western “civilization” is built on the denial of spiritual Reality, i.e. man’s connection to God through our soul. The United States was created by occultists to impose this Godless, i.e. Satanic, dispensation on the world. Society truly is a satanic cult.
by David Livingstone
Like the French Revolution, the American Revolution created…
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(NaturalNews) American gun owners can spot a gun-grabber a mile away, and they have known for several years now that their president is one of them. Time and again, Barack Obama has attempted to goad the country and Congress into backing stricter gun control laws that would do little to reduce mass shootings that are statistically rare to begin with,[PDF] according to a government study.
But statistics and facts and the truth about guns don’t matter to an ideologue like Obama; as Guns.news, a Natural News indy partner site, reported recently, Obama is likely to spend his final year in office pressing for more gun control laws that will weaken the Second Amendment and actually make Americans more vulnerable to criminals.
To Obama, American gun owners are a threat and menace to society – he must obviously think so, otherwise he wouldn’t continually prioritize…
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Recent events at the University of Missouri, Yale University and some other colleges demonstrate an ongoing ignorance and/or contempt for the principles of free speech. So let’s examine some of those principles by asking: What is the true test of one’s commitment to free speech?
Contrary to the widespread belief of tyrants among college students, professors and administrators, the true test of one’s commitment to free speech does not come when one permits people to be free to express those ideas that he finds acceptable. The true test of one’s commitment to free speech comes when he permits others to say those things that he finds deeply offensive. In a word, free speech is absolute, or nearly so.
No doubt a campus pseudo-intellectual, particularly in a law school, will chime in suggesting that free speech is not absolute, bringing up the canard that you…
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PLEASE WATCH AND SHARE this rare interview of Bernie Sanders from the 1990s. If individuals do not have the right to initiate force against others, then how can they delegate a right they don’t have to other people (the government)? This is the question that Bernie REFUSES to answer. -The Revolution
Still “feeling the Bern”? According to Bernie Sanders, depending on who the first person initiating violence and physical force is, and what their political background is, determines whether or not they are a terrorist or are civilized.
For having the courage to come forward and expose the drone program for the indiscriminate murder that it is, 4 vets are under attack from the government they once served.
The U.S. Government failed to deter them through threats of criminal prosecution, and clumsy attempts to intimidate their families. Now four former Air Force drone operators-turned-whistleblowers have had their credit cards and bank accounts frozen, according to human rights attorney Jesselyn Radack.
“My drone operators went public this week and now their credit cards and bank accounts are frozen,” Radack lamented on her Twitter feed (the spelling of her post has been conventionalized). This was done despite the fact that none of them has been charged with a criminal offense – but this is a trivial formality in the increasingly Sovietesque American National Security State.
Michael Haas, Brandon…
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“Hold on, my friends, to the Constitution and to the Republic for which it stands. Miracles do not cluster, and what has happened once in 6000 years, may not happen again. Hold on to the Constitution, for if the American Constitution should fail, there will be anarchy throughout the world.”—Daniel Webster
Thanksgiving is not what it once was.
Then again, America is not what she once was.
Americans have become so enthralled by the “bread and circuses” of our age—tables groaning under the weight of an abundance of rich foods, televisions tuned to sports and entertainments spectacles, stores competing for Black Friday shoppers, and a general devotion to excess and revelry—that we have lost sight of the true purpose of Thanksgiving.
Indeed, the following is a lesson in how far we have traveled—and how low we have fallen—in the more than 200…
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