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A 17-year-old kid was tased into a coma and suffered brain damageafter Officer Tim Runnels arrested him for a traffic ticket that was associated with the car he had borrowed. It was not his ticket. The window was broken and the minor could not roll the window down completely when ordered. Therefore the officer used force to enforce an unlawful order. The department has stated that Runnels acted within policy and placed the officer on paid vacation. The minor is the son of another police officer. Since it deals with one of their own, the FBI has launched a probe.
If putting a child in a coma for someone else’s traffic ticket is within policy, where does it end? Continue reading
DALLAS (AP) — A Dallas hospital says it is isolating a patient who is showing signs of having the Ebola virus.
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas said in a statement Monday night that the patient’s symptoms and travel history suggest the patient may have Ebola, the virus that has killed more than 3,000 people across West Africa. Continue reading
Government Accountability Institute (GAI) report reveals that President Barack Obama has attended only 42.1% of his daily intelligence briefings (known officially as the Presidential Daily Brief, or PDB) in the 2,079 days of his presidency through September 29, 2014.
The GAI report also included a breakdown of Obama’s PDB attendance record between terms; he attended 42.4% of his PDBs in his first term and 41.3% in his second. Continue reading
A student was shot and the gunman was taken into custody Tuesday morning at a North Carolina high school, according to reports.
The shooting happened around 7:30 a.m. at Albemarle High School, some 40 miles east of Charlotte, WSOC-TV reported. The student’s condition is unknown.
The school is on lockdown. It’s unclear if the shooter was a student. Continue reading
A female Philadelphia police officer was reportedly left with two black eyes after an on-duty fight with a male police officer.
An argument between the two unidentified officers ended violently Friday with the female officer taken to a hospital, NBC Philadelphia reported.
Both officers, who were in uniform during the scuffle, are from the city’s southwest 18th district. Continue reading
General Motors is scrambling to prevent owners of the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette from breaking the law with the car’s high-tech recording device. Apparently, the company never got the memo that secret recordings are illegal in many states.
One of the new features of GM’s sports car is a part of the Performance Data Recorder called “Valet Mode.” The high-tech equipment allows ‘Vette owners to secretly record conversations in its interior ‒ as well as information about the car’s performance, even when they are not in the car. Continue reading
The head of a company that sells a spyware application for smartphones has been indicted and arrested for conspiracy and other charges related to surreptitious interception. It is the first time the US Department of Justice has targeted spyware apps.
Undetectable and untraceable by most phone users – that is how a spyware application dubbed StealthGenie was allegedly being advertised by Hammad Akbar, the chief executive of the Pakistani-owned, UK-based company InvoCode. Continue reading
Once the fourth-biggest lake in the world, the eastern basin of the Aral Sea in central Asia is now completely dry. It is the result of a Soviet-era project to divert rivers for agriculture and a lack of rainfall at its source.
“This is the first time the eastern basin has completely dried in modern times,” Philip Micklin, an Aral Sea expert from Western Michigan University told NASA’s Earth Observatory, which captured fresh satellite images of the lake. “And it is likely the first time it has completely dried in 600 years, since Medieval desiccation [drying out] associated with diversion of Amu Darya to the Caspian Sea.” Continue reading
Israeli intelligence has given up to modern trends and introduced an online questionnaire for would-be spies. Unlike the businesslike CIA or MI5 web draft campaigns, Israelis are luring volunteers with mystery halo always shrouding Mossad’s activities.
Mossad has become one of the last intelligence agencies in the world that vouchsafed to recruiting volunteer spies online, facilitating the induction process for those who always wanted to be a secret agent, but considered it unattainable. Continue reading
HONG KONG (AP) — Pro-democracy protesters demanded that Hong Kong’s top leader meet with them on Tuesday and threatened wider actions if he did not, after he said China would not budge in its decision to limit voting reforms in the Asian financial hub.
Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying’s rejection of the student demands dashed hopes for a quick resolution of the five-day standoff that has blocked city streets, forcing some schools and offices to close. Continue reading
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — They both were walking alone, separated from their friends late at night on or near the University of Virginia campus. One was found dead nearly five years ago. The other is still missing.
And now police believe they have found a link between the 2009 slaying of Morgan Harrington and the Sept. 13 disappearance of Hannah Graham: Forensic evidence found in the arrest of a hospital worker and former taxi driver who fled the state when he learned police wanted to question him about the Graham case. Continue reading
BOSTON — National Grid is warning customers that they will see a significant increase in their electricity bills beginning in November.
The company recently filed with the state to adjust rates for the winter and says bills could rise by 37 percent because of higher power supply prices — which the company describes as “the cost of the electricity National Grid buys for customers and passes on without a mark up.” Continue reading
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Thus far this election cycle has been a dud. Hardly a sweat is broken in the rarified air of partisan politics punditry. The only consistent factor that can always be counted upon to amuse is the reams of paper wasted on the false promises and prevarication made by the esteemed party regulars. It is easy to simply blame the entrenched incumbents or the current crop of insurgents, but it goes much deeper when an entire nation remains mute in the face of the worse run and most condemnable conduct, coming out of the District of Criminals in decades. The party in power traditionally will suffer huge losses in Congress, while the gang of “pols” out of power will start contacting real estate agents within the beltway. Continue reading
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When many gentilian Americans read or hear the word Mossad they think of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, perhaps a few think of Haifa and Jaffa. Few think of the Syrian Rebel Army’s leaders as having proof of the Mossad operating in Syria. Any independent journalist running afoul of Haaretz and Reuters runs a high risk of organized harrassment and Morgellons disease infection by Mossad operatives operating with impunity in the U.S. Continue reading
Dr. Stanley Monteith, the nationally syndicated radio host and author who spent nearly 50 years exposing the globalist agenda, paving the way for many patriots to do the same, passed away this morning at the age of 85.
For many decades, Dr. Monteith blazed the trail for liberty radio and his tireless work revolutionized the liberty movement. Continue reading