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- Witnesses dispute conspiracy theories about LaVoy Finicum dying on his knees
The Bundy militants and their supporters are trying to turn LaVoy Finicum into a right-wing martyr, but two witnesses deny that he was shot and killed in cold blood by law enforcement officers.
UPDATE: New details emerge about LaVoy Finicum’s death: ‘He’s like just shoot me — and they did’ But that’s not exactly what happened, according to two accounts posted in Facebook videos. NOTE: And This story is not ho it happened either.
- Harney Co. judge, Pacific Patriot Network clash outside courthouse
A group from the Pacific Patriot Network (PPN) gathered in front of the Harney County Courthouse Wednesday.
Judge Steven Grasty showed up to the gathering to return the group’s petition calling for Grasty, the sheriff and two county commissioners to resign.
- A Rational Case in Defense of Ammon Bundy and the Oregon Occupation: Sheriff David Clarke
Amidst all the recent controversy regarding the protest in Oregon, FreeCapitalist.com readers may have missed an exceptional American leader speak out in support of the Hammonds and the Oregon occupation earlier last month.
“There is no working things out with this federal government…I’m through waiting for the next election… I don’t want it to come to armed conflict against the federal government…and that that county Sheriff didn’t stick up for the Hammonds in this situation, against this overbearing, overreaching federal government…its a travesty. Somebody had to do something!” – Sheriff David Clarke
On January 9, 2016, well-known and broadly-respected Sheriff David Clarke took his entire radio broadcast (40 min) to examine the background and motivation behind the protest and occupation at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in Oregon, led by Ammon Bundy and LaVoy Finicum. Asking the American people “What are you willing to do” about growing federal tyranny, Sheriff Clark provides a rational case in defense of the occupation.
- Leak Reveals Denver Police Use Undercover ‘Shadow Teams’ To Target Protest Leaders – Infiltration Nation
A leaked police manual reveals how Denver police respond to marches and other forms of protest, including their use of undercover “platoons” of officers to pick out leaders for later arrest.
On Jan. 19, Unicorn Riot, an independent media collective with several members in the state, published a heavily redacted version of the 2011 edition of the “Denver Police Department Crowd Management Manual” obtained through a Colorado Open Records Act request. Days later, an anonymous source sent them an unredacted copy of the 2008 edition of the manual. The two editions appear to have few differences and the policies described in both versions match the behavior of police toward protests, according to activists and journalists interviewed by MintPress News.
“This manual has been a tremendous help to our reporting in terms of understanding the police apparatus that is deployed at protests,” representatives of Unicorn Riot told MintPress by email.
Read the 2008 Denver Police Department Crowd Management Manual:
Both editions of the manual provide guidelines for handling both planned and spontaneous protests while maintaining that “all police personnel will ensure minimal disruption to First Amendment activities.”
However, they provide little guidance to help officers differentiate between protected speech and unlawful behavior. “This talking point and any other mention of the ‘First Amendment’ by the police seems to just be public relations,” Unicorn Riot noted in the email, adding that Denver police regularly target activists who speak out against the police, even if their behavior is law-abiding.
- Processing Distortion with Peter B. Collins: The Real Story of Oregon Standoff
Todd Macfarlane gives a detailed account of the history of rancher-government disputes, the Cliven Bundy confrontation in Nevada in 2014, and the occupation of Malheur by Bundy’s sons and others. Macfarlane spent 2 days there—unarmed—and is openly critical of Pete Santilli and other hotheads at the scene. He describes the over-reaction by political leaders and media, culminating in the roadblock January 26 where the group’s unofficial spokesman, LaVoy Finicum was killed. He represents the Finicum family, and is seeking answers to many important questions about the incident.. Read his article here
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- Compared to Washington’s Regional Allies, Assad Looks ‘Positively Angelic’
Syrian political scientist Bassam Abu Abdullah argues that it is the height of cynicism for Western leaders and the media to call Syrian President Bashar Assad a dictator, suggesting that they should take a good look at their allies in the neighborhood before making such accusations.
- On Assange, Following the Rules or Flouting Them?
It should not have been terribly surprising to Sweden or the United Kingdom that the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention found that the various forms of confinement suffered by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange violate his human rights. The Working Group has many times warned that it is unlawful to force someone to choose between liberty and a fundamental right, such as asylum, which Assange now enjoys only so long as he stays inside the walls of the Ecuadorean embassy.
What is news are the deplorable rhetorical parries from the UK and Swedish governments, who both stated not just disagreement, but that the Working Group opinion would have absolutely no effect on their actions. This is not what one expects from democratic governments who usually support the UN mechanisms and international law.
- UK wants authority to serve warrants in U.S.
British and U.S. officials have been negotiating a plan that could allow British authorities to directly serve wiretap orders on U.S. communications companies in criminal and national security inquiries, U.S. officials confirmed Thursday.
The talks are aimed at allowing British authorities access to a range of data, from interceptions of live communications to archived emails involving British suspects, according to the officials, who are not authorized to comment publicly.
The negotiations were first reported Thursday by the Washington Post.
Under the proposed plan, British authorities would not have access to records of U.S. citizens if they emerged in the British investigations.
Congressional approval would be required of any deal negotiated by the two countries.
- There’s a secret “black site” in New York where terrorism suspects are tortured for years at a time
Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center has a special wing, 10-South, in which terrorism suspects who have been kidnapped from foreign territories are imprisoned and tortured in secret, before being given secret trials and lengthy sentences.
The families and attorneys of prisoners in 10-South are subject to “special administrative measures” (SAMs) that prohibit them from discussing the conditions in the wing. Multiple terrorism suspects have been kidnapped from overseas and brought to 10-South for years of solitary confinement, a practice classed as torture by the UN and by the majority of academics who study torture.
The solitary confinement and SAMs are inflicted on prisoners before they are tried or sentenced. One prisoner who was held at both 10-South and Guantanamo says the conditions in New York City’s black site are worse than those in Cuba, a view that is confirmed by Joshua Dratel, an attorney who’s represented clients in both facilities.
Most of the prisoners tortured in MCC 10-South plead guilty, but forced confessions are simply not credible.
- After Bottling Michigan’s Clean Water, Nestle Comes Under Fire For Ties To Snyder Admin
As celebrities, corporations and citizens alike donates thousands of gallons of bottled water to the lead-poisoned residents of Flint, Michigan, Nestle, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of bottled water, has come under fire for its ties to the state’s water woes.
The global food and drink giant teamed up with Wal-Mart, Coca-Cola, and Pepsi to deliver up to 6.5 million bottles of water to 10,000 school students in Flint. Celebrities including Madonna and Jimmy Fallon have pledged tens of thousands of dollars toward relief efforts.
Although Nestle controls over 70 bottled water brands, some local activists are pushing back against the company’s involvement in relief efforts. On Sunday, New Era Detroit published a warning: “On the behalf of New Era Detroit we ask that you not purchase Nestle’s or Ice Mountain bottle (sic) water which is owned by Nestle.”
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- Help or Step Aside! Turkish People Call to Save People Trapped in Cizre
The petition is titled ‘Humanity is dying before our eyes in Cizre’ and ends with a warning: “If you won’t save them, we will!”Orhan Alkaya, a famous Turkish actor and one of the men who signed the petition, told Sputnik why he supported this initiative.
“The situation is becoming more and more surreal with each passing day. It’s like the entire southeastern region of the country became a stage for a tragedy performance,” he said. “Turkey became a country where civilians have to carry a white flag when walking in the streets.”
Alkaya explained that the petition contains a simple message – if the government is unable to fulfill its duty and save those people, it shouldn’t prevent others from mounting a rescue effort.
“A man with a conscience cannot remain indifferent when he sees how injured people are being denied the most basic medical attention, and in so doing sentencing them to a painful death; how the bodies of the civilians killed during fighting can lie in the streets for weeks as people are unable to bury them. Only people completely devoid of compassion and conscience can look upon this impassively,” he said.
Orhan Alkaya also remarked that he’s not afraid of any consequences of backing the petition.
“One of the primary goals of a totalitarian dictatorship is to instill a sense of pathological fear among the populace, which is exactly what happens here. No, I’m not afraid of the consequences of my actions, and why should I? A man has only one life and he can live it with honesty and dignity or not. This is a choice that each and every one of us has to make,” he said.
Ankara continues to bombard the Kurdish town of Cizre in southeastern Turkey and has shown no indication that it intends to resolve the crisis peacefully. At least 19 injured people remain trapped in a dilapidated apartment building in the town. Meanwhile, the authorities appear unable or reluctant to provide medical aid to the survivors and to retrieve the remains of those who were killed during the siege.
- False Flags Are Just a Conspiracy Theor … Admitted Fact
Presidents, Prime Ministers, Congressmen, Generals, Spooks, Soldiers and Police ADMIT to False Flag Terror
In the following instances, officials in the government which carried out the attack (or seriously proposed an attack) admit to it, either orally, in writing, or through photographs or videos:
- Judge Convicted After He Admitted to Torturing Man in Court With 50,000 Volts to Shut Him Up
A man representing himself in a Maryland court was shocked with 50,000 volts of electricity by the judge because he continued to speak when the judge ordered him to stop.
Judge Robert Nalley pleaded guilty on Monday to depriving the defendant of his civil rights.
The charge stems from an encounter between the judge and victim Delvon King in July of 2014, when King was appearing before Judge Nalley to face gun charges. King had a shocker anklet attached to him, which was supposed to be used in case of an emergency situation, or if King were to attempt to escape or hurt anyone.
In the court, King attempted to make his case but was constantly interrupted by the judge who repeatedly told him to be quiet. When King continued to make his case to the court, Judge Nalley told the court deputy “Mr Sheriff, do it… use it,” at which point 50,000 volts of electricity were sent through King’s body, causing him to scream in pain. The court transcript read, “DEFENDANT SCREAMS.”
King later described the situation to reporters, saying that he experienced “Excruciating pain then, and a burning sensation.”
“It burned the rest of the day. Messed me up mentally. I don’t really remember that part. Just next thing I know, I’m on the ground,” King added.
The U.S attorney said that Judge Nalley acted as if he was above the law, and that this conviction should be a message to other state employees that they should treat the people that they encounter as equals.
“It’s not about race. It’s about power. It’s about a judge who abused the power vested in him to order a defendant to be punished essentially before he was convicted of any crime,” the attorney said.
- Most Top Officials in Texas Town Arrested by Feds for Corruption
Almost every top official in a remote South Texas city was arrested Thursday under a detailed federal indictment that accuses them of taking bribes from contractors and sending city workers to help an illegal gambling operator nicknamed “Mr. T.”
Crystal City’s mayor, city manager, mayor pro tempore, one of three current councilmen and a former councilman were all arrested under an indictment obtained by the U.S. attorney’s office in San Antonio, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney said.
A second councilman is already charged in a separate case with smuggling Mexican immigrants. That leaves just one councilman not facing federal charges in Crystal City, a town of about 7,100 people about 50 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border.
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- Video: American Cops Now Being Sent to Scotland to Learn How to Stop Killing People
Scottish Police Teach US Cops Not To ShootAmerican cops are being shown Scottish policing tactics to avoid shooting violent suspects: http://trib.al/e66Y2PMWatch the full documentary ‘Hard-Wire: Law of the Gun’ Monday 9pm on Sky Atlantic and on Sky News Tuesday at 9pm.
Posted by Sky News on Monday, February 1, 2016
- Texas Appeals Court Slams Forced DUI Blood Draw
The Texas Court of Appeals told local police officers last month that when the US Supreme Court says warrantless blood draws from motorists are unconstitutional, that means they need to get a warrant to perform a blood draw. Hurst Police Officer Brian Charnock did not believe the McNeely ruling applied to him as he ordered Laura Ann Swan to pull over in February 2012.Officer Charnock had received a tip that the car belonging to Swan was swerving on the highway, so he drove to her home. Before arriving, he allegedly saw Swan fail to signal a turn. He conducted a traffic stop during which Swan refused to perform sobriety tests and denied drinking anything, leaving the officer with no concrete evidence beyond the smell of alcohol.Officer Charnock decided to arrest Swan for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI), but she refused a breathalyzer test. Under state law, police have the duty to forcibly perform a breath or blood test if the officer has reliable information that the suspect has been convicted twice before of DUI — and Swan was a repeat offender. So without obtaining a warrant, Officer Charnock had Swan’s blood forcibly taken.
The appellate panel reasoned that a state law cannot be used to overturn a constitutional interpretation of the Supreme Court.
“While section 724.012 requires the taking of a specimen in those circumstances, the section does not expressly authorize the taking to occur without a warrant,” Chief Justice Terrie Livingston wrote for the appellate court. “Courts of appeals, including this court, have repeatedly applied the holding from Villarreal to likewise conclude that a warrantless search and seizure of a defendant’s blood purported to be justified only by section 724.012’s requirements is unconstitutional.”
Prosecutors tried to save the conviction by arguing even if the warrantless blood draw was unconstitutional, the evidence so taken should be admitted in court. The purpose of suppressing evidence is to deter bad police conduct, but here, they argued, Officer Charnock was doing what he thought was the right thing to do. The argument did not work.
“In other words, the state argues that Officer Charnock’s good faith in applying what he believed the law to be at the time of the search precludes suppression of the blood test results even if the search and seizure violated appellee’s constitutional rights as determined by later decisions,” Justice Livingston wrote. “But as the state recognizes, we have considered and rejected this argument.”
A copy of the decision is available in a 75k PDF file at the source link below.
Source: Texas v. Swan (Court of Appeals, State of Texas, 1/21/2016)
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