If one examines the history of every modern country which eventually disintegrated into despotism, the definition of who the “enemy” is tends to become rather broad rather quickly. That is to say, the more criminal the leadership of a country...
Here are the rules the Commission may adopt for any gathering of people of 100 or more: All occupants of the premises shall be ID Scanned. High visibility cameras shall be located at each entrance and exit.... data made available to law enforcement u
In an interview with Raw Story, Jaffer, a key attorney with the rights group, even warned that the Democrat in office has taken a position on unilateral murder so extreme as to be "profoundly troubling" in its legal reach and potential for future use
Military commissions are lawless
The days when biometric scanners were merely props in James Bond movies are gone. The North American market appears to be on the precipice of a change. Use cases for secure authentication are everywhere, and the technology foundations...
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Another political prisoner in America's homeland gulag
This blind following of orders by all U.S. military forces scares the living daylights out of me. Am I alone in this thinking, or do others in this country understand the implications of this policy? What if there is civil unrest here at home?
Mitchell Crooks made national headlines in 2002 when he videotaped a brutal police beating in Inglewood, Calif.
Are 95% of People Investigated Under New FBI Guidelines Innocent, but Entered into Database?
State Trooper Mark Lauretano submitted an arrest warrant for a man who got into a bar fight with someone else. Judge Klatt, upon reviewing the information in the warrant declined to sign it, apparently until the “victim” was also arrested.
Although charged with the possession of six plus ounces of weed, Nelson will please guilty to possessing just over three thanks to Hudspeth County Attorney C.R. "Kit" Bramblett, who openly calls Nelson his "favorite artist."
The city of Hazelwood says they do support the Girl Scouts but not when they are violating the home occupancy code.
The Obama administration created a new policy that allows investigators to waive Miranda warnings for domestic-terror suspects, even when there is not an "immediate threat." The rule was revealed by an FBI memorandum that says in "exceptional cases,
In later stages, NGI system also will be expanded to include the analysis of palm prints, handwriting, faces, human irises and voices.
“Attempts to undermine the legitimate currency of this country are simply a unique form of domestic terrorism,” U.S. Attorney Anne Tompkins said. “While these forms of anti-government activities do not involve violence, they are every bit as insidiou
As reported by Veterans Against Police Abuse (VAPA), the Chief Patrol Agent of the Del Rio sector, Robert L. Harris, took time out of his busy schedule saving us from the invading hordes to write a letter of complaint, full of falsehoods, to the offi
One of the goals to be reached before a national state can be completely controlled, is the implementation of computer chips in every product, every animal and every human being.
A former Goldman Sachs programmer convicted of stealing the bank’s high-speed trading software was sentenced Friday to eight years in prison.
The Georgia State Senate has approved a bill that would require senior citizens in the state to acquire a biometric ID card to access Medicaid for health care, according to a WSBTV article.
Why are we asked if we are US Citizens at border checkpoints? What if we simply state that we were born in Arizona/Colorado/Florida etc?... this is what happens :)
Violent criminals advocate stronger gun laws to foster a safer work environment and limit their exposure to risk.
What the agent at primary understood and re-iterated for the world to hear was that the primary purpose of internal homeland security checkpoints is to f_ck with people to make them compliant to arbitrary interference in their daily lives. Arbitrary
A new tool can reveal a person’s identity to police in seconds, giving authorities a chance to see the personal history of a subject The Roseville Police Department began carrying mobile fingerprint devices a few months ago. Officers can scan a s
“If an SRT (Special Response Team) has to go into an area they don’t know what’s there, we don’t know what is in the backyard,” said Cohen, “They want to know if there are dogs in the backyard, if there is a shed, things that could be a threat to us.
In late February, the Transportation Security Administration took over the Amtrak station in Savannah, Ga., and thoroughly searched every person who entered. None of the passengers got into trouble, but the TSA certainly did — big time.
Police admit the MAV, if flown low enough, has the ability to look into people’s home, but that is not its intended purpose.
A man in Tampa, Fla., has uncovered what he calls an illegal scheme by the state's turnpike authority to detain motorists who pay tolls with $20, $50 or $100 bills until they disclose personal information recorded by the state. Joel Chandler first
There's that phrase again: police state. It's being thrown about a lot more since November's pat-down/opt-out fiasco, as public anger over the TSA's new security measures remains high. Which makes the question of whether we're traveling in a police..
Military commissions are lawless kangaroo courts