They Are Here, They Have Always Been Here and They Are Coming After You

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America's Final Days

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One of the more frustrating aspects of what I do in the Independent Media is that people sometimes don’t pay attention until it is too late….

For years, Steve Quayle, the Hagmanns and myself have been sounding the alarm that we have a large number of foreign troops residing on our soil which will be used against the American people because the military cannot be counted upon by the globalists and the present administration to completely capitulate and fire on the American people in a martial law action. Despite overwhelming evidence, America’s slumber continues.

A Slap to the Face, a Punch to the Gut and a Kick to the Groin Does Not Get the Attention of the American People

First there was Jade Helm 15, which practiced extracting American dissidents.

 Ft. Lauderdale dissident extraction drill executed on March 27, 2015. These images should haunt all Americans.

Then Jade Helm 15 practiced martial law exercises with foreign troops.

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Now there is UWEX 16 and they are practicing…

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Water Apocalypse Nears For Las Vegas; The City Living In Denial

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(NaturalNews) The severe droughts affecting the western United States are approaching apocalyptic proportions as the water level of Lake Mead – America’s largest capacity reservoir – has reached the lowest point in its history.

Lake Mead, which was formed when the Hoover Dam was built, supplies water to around 40 million people and is also a crucial agricultural resource in the region. Humans, livestock and crops in Arizona, California, Nevada and even northern Mexico depend on water from Lake Mead (and the Colorado River which feeds it) for power, drinking water and irrigation.

Major metropolitan areas including Las Vegas and Phoenix also rely heavily on Lake Mead water.

The water levels have just dropped (as of this writing on April 30, 2015) below 1,080 feet – that’s lower than last year’s record low level of 1080.19 feet.

What makes this even scarier is the fact that last year’s record low…

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SHERIFF RON PIERINI APPOINTED AS CHAIRMAN OF NEVADA COMMISSION OF POLICE OFFICERS’ STANDARDS & TRAINING

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SHERIFF RON PIERINI

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Minden, Nevada – On Tuesday, May 13, 2014, Governor Brian Sandoval appointed Douglas County Sheriff Ron Pierini as chairman of the Nevada Commission of Police Officers’ Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.).

Sheriff Pierini has been on the Commission since 2002. Sheriff Pierini has been appointed by three Governors Kenny Guinn, Jim Gibbons and Brian Sandoval to be the Chairman of the P.O.S.T. Commission and has been since 2006. Selection to the non-compensated Board of Commissioners is based largely upon the appointee’s commitment to professionalism and excellence within the law enforcement field.

Governor Sandoval wrote a letter personally thanking Sheriff Pierini for his continued service to our great state.

It is P.O.S.T.’s mission to develop and deliver professional training for all law enforcement officers throughout the State of Nevada. The Commission of Police Officers’ Standards and Training ensures that law enforcement agencies comply with established statutes and regulations in order to enhance the safety of officers, residents and visitors of the State of Nevada.

Carson City and Douglas County Department of Alternitve Sentencing violated civil rights of pre-trial Defendants

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Carson City DAS is Corrupt as hellEarlier we did a story on how the Carson City (as well as Douglas County) Department of Alternative Sentencing (“DAS”) is a fraud.

Here is an update to this DAS scandal: http://wp.me/p2cFpU-XC

Defendants under supervision by the Carson City, Nevada and/or Douglas County, Nevada DAS prior to July 01, 2013 were illegally deprived their Constitutional rights since DAS acted outside their jurisdiction pursuant to NRS 211A. Pre Trial Defendants were not defined as “Probationers” and DAS legally had no jurisdiction.

The 2013 Nevada Legislature passed SB101 which was signed into law by Governor Brian Sandoval and made effective July 01, 2013. SB101 was to protect their asses, however the law is not retroactive i.e. ex post facto.

We have discovered that many people, pre-trial Defendants,  who were awaiting a trial (pre trial release) were illegally supervised by DAS prior to July 01, 2013 may have civil recourse in the federal courts under Title 42, Section 1983 for civil rights violations against the DAS, the State, the Judge, the county and individuals for acting under the color of law outside their jurisdiction.

The leading case on this matter is United States v. Scott: Should a Pre-Trial Releasee Be Subject to Fourth Amendment Searches and Seizures Based on Probable Cause or Reasonable Suspicion?
By Gina M. Muccio

The Ninth Circuit affirmed the United States District Court for the District of Nevada’s suppression of a shotgun and statements made by defendant, Raymond Lee Scott (Scott), as a violation of Scott’s Fourth Amendment rights.

The court held that the government may not conduct a search of an individual released while awaiting trial, based on less than probable cause even when his Fourth Amendment rights were waived as a condition of pre-trial release.

Judge TatroSENATE BILL NO. 101–SENATOR JAMES SETTELMEYER
FEBRUARY 11, 2013
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Referred to Committee on Judiciary
SUMMARY—Revises provisions relating to departments of
alternative sentencing. (BDR 16-464)
FISCAL NOTE: Effect on Local Government: No.
Effect on the State: No.
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EXPLANATION – Matter in bolded italics is new; matter between brackets [omitted material] is material to be omitted.
AN ACT relating to departments of alternative sentencing;
authorizing a department of alternative sentencing to
supervise certain persons who are released from custody
before trial or sentencing; and providing other matters
properly relating thereto.
Legislative Counsel’s Digest:
SENATOR JAMES SETTELMEYER1 Existing law authorizes the governing body of each county or city to create a department of alternative sentencing for the purposes of supervising certain persons convicted of misdemeanors and serving suspended sentences or terms of residential confinement. (Chapter 211A of NRS) This bill: (1) authorizes a department of alternative sentencing to supervise persons charged with or convicted of misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors or felonies who have been released from custody before trial or sentencing, subject to the conditions imposed by the court; and (2) provides that such persons are generally subject to the same statutory provisions as the other persons currently supervised by a department of alternative
sentencing.
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, REPRESENTED IN
SENATE AND ASSEMBLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:
1 Section 1. NRS 211A.050 is hereby amended to read as
2 follows:
3 211A.050 “Court” means a court having jurisdiction over a Continue reading