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Idaho Supreme Court: Officer didn’t see misdemeanor? Arrest not OK

Idaho News BOISE, Idaho (AP and CBS 2 News) — The Idaho Supreme Court says law enforcement officers can’t arrest someone for a misdemeanor unless they have a warrant or actually saw the crime being committed. The unanimous ruling made … Continue reading

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Israeli “moving companies” still at it in NJ!

Remember the 5 “Dancing Israelis” who were arrested by New Jersey police on 9/11/01 after neighbors reported them filming and celebrating as the twin towers were blown to kingdom come?  They worked for an Israeli owned shell “moving company”, a … Continue reading

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Second former GOP state senator found shot dead in two days, this time in Oklahoma

New York Daily News – by Blake Alsup A second former GOP state senator was found dead from a gunshot within a span of two days. Former Oklahoma state Sen. Jonathan Nichols, 53, was found dead inside his home in … Continue reading

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Israel Continues Its Interference in the Syrian Crisis

On June 2, Syrian Arab News Agency reported on Israeli aggression on the T4 airbase, located in the eastern countryside of Homs province. It’s recognized that the Syrian Air Defense System managed to destroy two missiles. The remaining rockets hit … Continue reading

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Atomic Veterans Were Silenced for 50 Years. Now, They’re Talking.

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New Chemical Attack Reports Fostered Divisions Among U.S. Allies

On May 19, 2019, several Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (ex. Jabhat al-Nusra) militants reported on the use of the chemical weapons in settlement of Al-Kabina by the Syrian Army (SAA). The mainstream media immediately replicated this news and a number of … Continue reading

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2 Texas men die trying to jump car over open drawbridge

NBC News Two Texas men died Friday after they tried to jump over an open drawbridge with their car, authorities said. Louisiana State Police responded to a single-car crash shortly after 2 a.m. at the Black Bayou Bridge about six … Continue reading

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Turkish army pullout will bring peace to Northern Syria

In mid-January 2018, the Turkish General Staff announced the beginning of Olive Branch Operation. The goal was to oust the Kurds from the outskirts of Afrin, as well as to create a buffer zone along the Syrian-Turkish border. These steps … Continue reading

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Prescription For Violence: The Corresponding Rise of Antidepressants, SSRIs & Mass Shootings According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), a mass murder occurs when at least four people are murdered, not including the shooter, over a relatively short period of time during a single incident. Over the last 30 years, the United … Continue reading

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Syrian Opposition Set To Recycle Khan Shaykhun Chemical Attack Scenario

According to Ahmad Al Khaled, members of armed opposition groups are preparing to accuse Syrian and Russian military of using chemical weapons in Idlib to hamper an offensive carried out by the Syrian army. With this setup, the opposition intends … Continue reading

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Leader of militia on US border allegedly said group trained to assassinate Soros, Clinton, Obama – lawyer says it’s categorically false

SOTT – by Daniella Silva, NBC News Larry Mitchell Hopkins has been described as the “commander” of the United Constitutional Patriots detaining migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border. A leader of a New Mexico militia that has been detaining migrant families … Continue reading

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Right to Know: A Historical Guide to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Information has taken on a whole new meaning in the digital age, a time when sensitive data is either too easily accessible or not accessible enough. This issue of access to information encompasses fundamental human rights – specifically the … Continue reading

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U.S. Continues Supplying Kurds to Counteract Turkey

By Firas Samuri The mass media has been widely covering the details of the disastrous humanitarian situation in Rukban refugee camp over recent months. By the way, the crisis in other sites deserves more considerable attention. Al-Hol refugee camp located … Continue reading

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Senior Vet Schools Young Tyrant Cop On Respect!

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The American Old West: How Hollywood Made It “Wild” to Make Money & Advance Gun Control Hollywood has a clever way of distorting our perspective on history, and a great example of this is Western film – a movie genre we’ve all come to love. Cattle rustlers, guns blazing, outlaws running loose, and vigilantes dishing … Continue reading

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Cuck Zealand – Gun Confiscations Coming

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International Council on a Space-Based Internet Communication System – Initial Deployment of up to 25,000 Communication Satellites

No 5G Governments and corporations around the world seem to indicate that mankind has arrived at historic crossroads. While we would certainly welcome such a development we would also like to, first, test the accuracy of this assumption. Whether or … Continue reading

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Chelsea Manning Jailed For Refusing To Testify About Wikileaks

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden Following a dramatic hearing at a federal district court in Eastern Virginia, activist and former military prisoner Chelsea Manning was jailed by a judge for contempt of court after refusing to testify to a … Continue reading

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5G Embargo: People Should Ban All Commercial Activity that Advances the 5G Grid

No 5G It is time to step up our efforts and move on, to a 5G embargo – globally. Clearly the 5G grid, that is being built right now, is the power structure’s Achilles heel (kind of like the Death … Continue reading

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Gun Background Checks: How the State Came To Decide Who Can and Cannot Buy a Firearm Prior to 1968, most adults in the United States could purchase a firearm without state interference. Guns were available in local retail stores, as well as mail-order catalogs, and as long as you hadn’t been convicted of a felony and … Continue reading

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