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NJ Emergency Alert System Accidentally Activates, Sends Nuclear Warnings to Some TVs

NBC News A false alarm that went out to some people’s television sets Tuesday might have scared some in New Jersey. A nuclear power plant warning issued in Cumberland and Salem counties was sent out by mistake. The message that … Continue reading

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Police are blackmailing motorists into installing cellphone monitoring devices

MassPrivateI Since 2016, New York motorists are being forced asked to let the police spy on their cellphones for a minimum of 90 days. In Nassau County, motorists are asked to pay hundreds of dollars to enter the ‘Distracted Driver Education … Continue reading

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Oregon is about to change how police are held accountable MAYBE!

Oregon Live – by Carli Brosseau At the end of a rulemaking process held mostly behind closed doors, state regulators this year asked the public about Oregon’s first effort in a decade to overhaul the rules for ousting unfit cops. Three people from the … Continue reading

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Bust of a Fresno smoke shop will help the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office buy new helicopter

ABC 30 News – by Gene Haagenson FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — The Federal government discovered Stuffed Pipe Smoke Shops in Fresno, Visalia, and Bakersfield were involved in the sales and distribution of synthetic cannabinoids, but these drugs, in a variety … Continue reading

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Anti-Gun Cops Think They Are The “Only Ones” Who Have The Right To Guns

The Daily Sheeple – by Dawn Luger If you thought politics in America could not get more ridiculous, have no fear: because of the “thin blue line,” we keep hearing so much about, some police demand to be the “only ones” … Continue reading

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Is There A Gas Line Near Your House? How Anadarko Petroleum Killed A Bill Forcing Fossil Fuel Companies To Tell Homeowners

IB Times – by David Sirota, Andrew Perez Days after a gas line linked to an Anadarko Petroleum well ignited a deadly home blast in Colorado, the company’s chief executive said the “terrible tragedy has left all of us with heavy … Continue reading

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DA ordered to return money to medical marijuana distributor and family

San Diego Tribune – by Jeff McDonald District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis has been ordered to return more than $100,000 seized from a medical marijuana businessman and his family, 15 months after drug agents raided the company and didn’t charge anyone … Continue reading

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Justice Department Announces the National Blue Alert Network

Department of Justice The Justice Department, along with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS), today announced the nationwide rollout of the National Blue Alert Network, including newly developed deliverables and federal interagency cooperation to enhance … Continue reading

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Homeowners upset that city of St. Petersburg owns land under their docks, requires them to sign lease

Tampa Bay Times – by Waveney Ann Moore ST. PETERSBURG — More than a decade ago, Scott Willis got permits to extend and repair his dock and add a boat lift at his property. But several years ago, he and … Continue reading

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NY Senate Passes Bill That Would Add Cops And Firemen To List Of Protected Classes Under State’s Hate Crime Law

Tech Dirt – by Tim Cushing Because good ideas are rare but bad ideas eternal, the New York State Senate has just given its blessing to a stupid bill aimed at protecting people armed with guns, power, the weight of … Continue reading

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Delta Air Lines plans to use facial recognition to speed up bag drops

The Verge – by Andrew J Hawkins In an effort to speed up bag drops for priority customers, Delta Air Lines will be testing facial recognition technology at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport starting this summer. Customers will be required to … Continue reading

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Sheriff David Clarke says he’s accepted DHS job

The Hill – by Mallory Shelbourne Sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee County, Wis., said Wednesday he has accepted a job in the Department of Homeland Security. Clarke told conservative radio host Vicki McKenna during an interview on 1130 WISN that … Continue reading

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TSA and CBP employees use their own judgment to decide who’s a criminal or terrorist

MassPrivateI According to a DHS 2015 Data Mining report to Congress, DHS claims the ‘Homeland Security Act’ authorizes them to give Americans secret risk assessments. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and U.S.Customs Border Protection (CBP) employees use their own judgment to … Continue reading

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John Kerry Admits: “WTC 7 on 9/11 was Brought Down in a Controlled Fashion”

AnonHQ – by Vandita What do you believe of 9/11? You “know” that two planes crashed into the Twin Towers of New York’s World Trade Center. One plane hit the Pentagon, and another crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Combined, over … Continue reading

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‘The Drug Whisperer’ | Drivers arrested while stone cold sober

First Coast News – by Brendan Keefe and Michael King , WXIA Drunk driving arrests are down sharply after decades of aggressive enforcement, while drugged driving arrests are climbing. Georgia now has more than 250 officers with special ‘drug recognition expert’ … Continue reading

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Police: Girl, 8, faces felony charges after vehicle break-ins in Palm Bay

WFTV 9 News – by Ken Tyndall PALM BAY, Fla. – An 8-year-old Jupiter Elementary School student was facing felony charges Monday after car burglaries in Palm Bay, police said. The girl was walking from the park with two other, … Continue reading

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U.S. Supreme Court rejects case involving burping teen

Reuters The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to revive a civil rights lawsuit against a New Mexico police officer for arresting a 13-year-old boy who burped repeatedly and disrupted his class, a case that raised questions about police conduct … Continue reading

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IRS execs: Our lives at risk in tea party case

Cincinnati.com – by Dan Horn Details about tea party bias claims against the IRS could remain secret because current and former agency officials say their lives are in danger if they publicly testify about the case. Lois Lerner and Holly Paz … Continue reading

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Casey: Salem couple sues over car that was impounded then sold

The Roanoke Times – by Dan Casey Let’s imagine a scenario in which you’re charged with a traffic offense you didn’t commit, and the police order your car impounded because of it. Further imagine the company that towed your car … Continue reading

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