tim turner.pngAll Alabama – by Erin Edgemon

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — The self-proclaimed president of an area sovereign citizen group was sentenced to serve 18 years in federal prison today after being convicted on 10 counts including conspiracy to defraud the United States.

James Timothy Turner, also known as Tim Turner, of Ozark, was sentenced to 18 years after convicted in March on the charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States, attempting to pay taxes with fictitious financial instruments, attempting to obstruct and impede the IRS, failing to file a 2009 federal income tax return and falsely testifying under oath in a bankruptcy proceeding, the U.S. Justice Department, the Internal Revenue Service and the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced today.   Continue reading “Self-proclaimed sovereign citizen group president sentenced to 18 years in prison; taught classes on how to defraud the U.S.”

The reason for the constant demonization of the Aryan nation, Iran,  is to put money in the bank for those wishing to meet the oil needs of China.

We have all read the Maresca testimony which outlined the plans for the UNOCAL oil pipeline which set in motion the need to control Afghanistan. The pipeline was built and is in use now with US troops guarding it (and the CIA’s poppies).   Continue reading “Demonizing Iran to meet the oil needs of China”

ALPR Camera on Top of Police CarElectronic Frontier Foundation – by Jennifer Lynch and Peter Bibring

Law enforcement agencies are increasingly using sophisticated cameras, called “automated license plate readers” or ALPR, to scan and record the license plates of millions of cars across the country. These cameras, mounted on top of patrol cars and on city streets, can scan up to 1,800 license plate per minute, day or night, allowing one squad car to record more than 14,000 plates during the course of a single shift.   Continue reading “Automated License Plate Readers Threaten Our Privacy”

People walk at a Bank of America's Tower in New York October 24, 2012. REUTERS/Eduardo MunozReuters – by Karen Freifeld and Aruna Viswanatha

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said on Monday he plans to sue Bank of America Corp and Wells Fargo and Co for violating the terms of a settlement designed to end mortgage servicing abuses.

Schneiderman issued the announcement, which suggests lawsuits could be filed against the banks within two months, ahead of a widely anticipated report from the monitor for the multi-state settlement, which is expected to be critical of banks.   Continue reading “New York to sue BofA, Wells Fargo over mortgage practices”


Again Chaz Kadar, Loran Thompson and fellow conspirators are up to further dastardly deeds.  As if their acts of treason against Kanienkehaka back in December were NOT bad enough, they are now using the Longhouse to fraudulently remove Gi-Ni-Ti-Harcum El-Bey, corporation sole, for Saint Regis Indian.   Continue reading “American Indian Sovereignty Under Attack”