Isolated Incidents? 40 Cops in 30 Days Racked Up Dozens of Charges of Child Rape and Sexual Abuse

America’s police departments have a dirty little secret. However, this sick and twisted pattern of abuse is becoming quite the large pile of dirt to keep sweeping under the rug. Sexual misconduct is the second highest of all complaints nationwide against police officers, representing 9.3 percent in 2010, according to a study by the Cato Institute’s National Police Misconduct Reporting Project. ...

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Comedian Facing Felony Charges After Officer “Feared for his Life” Over a Banana

Mesa County, Colorado – Comedian Nathen Channing was recently arrested and charged with “felony menacing” after he pointed a banana at two police officers as a joke. According to the police report, officer Joshua Bunch arrested Channing just before noon on Saturday, near Grand Junction. “I observed Nathen reach into the left side of his coat with his right hand and pull out a yellow ...

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Scuffles, Arrests, as Pro-Ferguson Protesters Disrupt Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

A group of activists has taken action against the Ferguson grand jury verdict in New York by disrupting an annual Thanksgiving parade in a planned #stoptheparade flash mob. At least seven people have been arrested, police say. RT.com Screenshot from YouTube user Katherine Brezler Information on the possible disruption of the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade – which features thousands ...

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Bitcoin Alternative Opal Announces Opal Drive Encrypted File Storage Powered by Cryptocurrency

Bitcoin Press Release: Privacy focused cryptocurrency Opal announces the development and future release of encrypted cloud storage platform Opal Drive. This comes on the heels of previous developments such as introducing the Opal Marketplace. In its continued effort to build the legitimacy and usability of cryptocurrencies in the world outside of Bitcoin, Opal has spent the last several weeks developing ...

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On Reverse Racism: Three Thought-Experiments

For some, especially on the right, reverse racism is just as serious and problematic as regular racism. For others, especially on the left, reverse racism is impossible; a black person, say, may be hostile toward or prejudiced against white people, but cannot count as racist toward them. This disagreement is due, in part, to a further disagreement as to whether ...

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New Video Evidence Shows Man Running Away Just Before Being Shot in the Back By Police

Saratoga Springs, Utah – Two months ago, 22-year-old Darrien Hunt was shot and killed by police while wearing a samurai costume that included a fake sword. As with most police murders, the officers  claimed that they were in fear for their lives, and that Hunt was attempting to attack them with his fake sword. The police department has been largely silent in the ...

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“Shocking Mistake” Exposed in Darren Wilson Grand Jury

Mistakes are not mistakes when they serve an intended purpose. Ferguson, MO– Lawrence O’Donnell has exposed prosecutors in the case of Officer Darren Wilson’s killing of unarmed teenager Michael Brown – proving the demonstrators fears of misconduct to be absolutely correct. On September 16, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Kathy Alizadeh handed the grand jury a copy of Missouri statute 563.046- the ...

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Obama pardons two turkeys, while leaving thousands of American prisoners to rot

President Obama grants executive pardon to a turkey. (Source: Carolyn Kaster, AP) Yesterday, in a lighthearted White House photo-op, President Barack Obama granted executive pardons to two turkeys: “Mac” and “Cheese.” “Today, I’m taking an action fully within my legal authority — the same kind of action taken by Democrats and Republican presidents before me — to spare the lives ...

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