Jun 24

Federal Court: The Fourth Amendment Does Not Protect Your Home Computer:

In a dangerously flawed decision unsealed today, a federal district court in Virginia ruled that a criminal defendant has no “reasonable expectation of privacy” in his personal computer, located inside his home. According to the court, the federal government does not need a warrant to hack into an individual’s computer.

This decision is the latest in, and perhaps the culmination of, a series of troubling decisions in prosecutions stemming from the FBI’s investigation of Playpen—a Tor hidden services site hosting child pornography. The FBI seized the server hosting the site in 2014, but continued to operate the site and serve malware to thousands of visitors that logged into the site. The malware located certain identifying information (e.g., MAC address, operating system, the computer’s “Host name”; etc) on the attacked computer and sent that information back to the FBI.  There are hundreds of prosecutions, pending across the country, stemming from this investigation. Continue reading »

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Jun 20

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Jun 18

The Shockingly Corrupt Oakland Police Department Destroyed In 16 Tweets:

, it appears the second most dangerous city in America is making headlines for even worse reasons. Confirming every stereotype of corrupt officialdom and the “above the law” mantra of today’s American cop, Oakland police department has been buried with bombshells in the last week. As summed up perfectly in these 16 tweets, Oakland cops and their “toxic, macho culture” are accused of everything from racist texts to child trafficking, and from murder cover-ups to under-age sexContinue reading »

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Jun 10

Former-Cop Exposes How Police Will Violate Your Rights During Every Stop & How to Beat It:

“They have made this system convenient to allow your rights to be violated in a way that you would much rather have that happen than stand up for them.”

That’s how Eddie Craig, former Deputy Sheriff, and current show host at Rule of Law Radio, describes the Transportation Code of Texas. It could be applied to traffic statutes of any given state, or maybe he is referring to the entire way in which law enforcement goes about its business. Continue reading »

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Jun 09

Oklahoma Cops Unveil New Device Enabling Direct Seizure Of Bank Accounts, Credit Cards:

We have covered the disgusting topic of civil asset forfeiture numerous times (most recently here), but the latest move by Oklahoma police is quite simply shocking.

As News9 reports,

You may have heard of civil asset forfeiture.

That’s where police can seize your property and cash without first proving you committed a crime; without a warrant and without arresting you, as long as they suspect that your property is somehow tied to a crime.

Now, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol has a device that also allows them to seize money in your bank account or on prepaid cards.

It’s called an ERAD, or Electronic Recovery and Access to Data machine, and state police began using 16 of them last month.

Here’s how it works. If a trooper suspects you may have money tied to some type of crime, the highway patrol can scan any cards you have and seize the money. 

The local police chief explains… “it’s not about taking money…” Continue reading »

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May 24

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Bavarian police ready to hire migrants, German citizenship not required:

A campaign to employ police officers of foreign origins regardless of whether they have a German passport or not has been launched in the state of Bavaria. The move is aimed at helping solve crimes involving migrants.

The news was announced by Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann, who discussed the start of the campaign on Monday in Nuremberg, local media reported. Continue reading »

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May 22

State to Allow Cops to Snatch Your Phone After Being Stopped & Search it Using a “Textalyzer”:

As government continues to expand, finding ever more ways to feed itself through taxation, it seeks to justify this burgeoning existence. Enter the Nanny State.

New York is a leader in developing laws and regulations to protect us from ourselves, perhaps most famously with the Big Apple’s attempt to ban-large size sugary drinks. The Empire State has the highest cigarette taxes in the nation, which fuels a black market, and it places heavy restrictions on other “sins.” Continue reading »

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May 12

After Arresting Driver for Silence, Cops Tell Her She Has a Right to Remain Silent:

After New Jersey state troopers arrested Rebecca Musarra for remaining silent, they informed her, “You have the right to remain silent.” That should have been a clue that something was amiss with their legal justification for hauling her off to jail.

According to a federal lawsuit filed by Musarra, a Philadelphia attorney, and dashcam footage recently obtained by NJ Advance Media, Trooper Matthew Stazzone pulled her over for speeding on October 16 and asked for her license, registration, and proof of insurance. She handed over the documents but did not respond when Stazzone asked her a question. He repeated the question several times, becoming increasingly agitated and warning her that she would be arrested if she did not answer. Here is the vitally important question that Stazzone kept asking: “Do you know why you’re being pulled over tonight?” Continue reading »

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May 08

US illegal: History of rogue empire REQUIRING arrests in the present. Destroying ~600 treaties to steal massive lands from Native Americans (2 of 11):

3-minute video: Police, Military – Was your Oath sincere?

2-minute video: US imperialism 1800 – 1900:

This article series is among hundreds in alternative media that explain, document, and prove that the United States continuously engage in the viciously destructive policies of a rogue state, with a required and obvious citizen response to call for arrests of those .01% leaders of these crimes centering in war, money, and corporate media lies. The eleven parts of this series are also from my paper on teaching critical thinking skills to high school students in classes of US History, Government, and Economics.

Eleven sections (hyperlinks to be updated as series is published, with original links now for your convenience):

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May 08

VIDEO: Innocent Man Stands Up to Entire SWAT Team Raiding His Home With No Warrant — He Wins:

On Thursday morning, an Odessa man and his family were rudely awakened by a dozen militarized DEA and SWAT officers with AR-15s at their front door. Instead of cowering to the men who were clearly not authorized to be there, this man stood his ground and sent them on their way.

“We were rudely awakened, they just started banging on the door,” said the man who wishes to remain anonymous in an interview with KEPJ News, “I just didn’t like the way they did it.” Continue reading »

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Apr 30

Around 600 members (pictured) of various European police and military forces have carried out a European Union (EU) funded training exercise, in preparation for major civil unrest and even war.

European Union Military Police Rehearses For Civil War In Germany:

Around 600 members (pictured) of various European police and military forces have carried out a European Union (EU) funded training exercise, in preparation for major civil unrest and even war.

The exercise took place in North Rhine-Westphalia on the 15th of April, and is part of the EU’s ongoing Lowlands Gendarmerie program.

So-called ‘Gendarmeries’ are a military force charged with police duties among civilian populations, and all seven European countries that maintain such “robust” units are joined together in the European Gendarmerie Force (Eurogendfor). Continue reading »

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Apr 25

Worse than Criminals — Cops Use Asset Forfeiture to Steal $53K from an Orphanage and a Church:

The criminal depths to which police will sink to bolster their budgets, apparently have no limit, as a recent case of police theft in Oklahoma illustrates. To keep society safe, sheriff’s deputies in Muskogee County, Oklahoma robbed a church and an orphanage of $53,000. Real American heroes.

Eh Wah, 40, a refugee from Burma, who became a US citizen more than a decade ago, was traveling with the cash to deliver it to the intended recipients when he was targetted by modern day, state-sanctioned pirates — for a broken tail light. Continue reading »

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Apr 09

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Police in Berlin have raided ten apartments because residents may have posted anti-migrant views online

Police Raid Apartments Over ‘Right-Wing’ Social Media Posts:

Police in Berlin have raided ten apartments because residents may have posted “anti-migrant” views online.

Berlin Police completed a large scale raid on internet users Wednesday. The officers ransacked ten separate apartments in the German capital in the suburbs of Spandau, Tempelhof, Marzahn, Hellersdorf and Pankow.

The force confiscated mobile phones, narcotics and weapons. Nine suspects were arrested, aged 22-58, and are accused of posting messages critical of migrants, migrant helpers and some anti-semitic slogans on social networks like Facebook, WhatsApp, and Twitter, reports Berliner Morgenpost. Continue reading »

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Apr 09

Former Texas officer who fatally shot unarmed woman found not guilty:

Daniel Willis cleared of murder charges in the 2014 death of Yvette Smith by visiting judge who chose jurors in Sandra Bland case

A former Texas police deputy on trial for killing an unarmed woman without warning immediately after she opened the front door of a friend’s house was found not guilty on Thursday.

Daniel Willis was cleared of murder by visiting district judge Albert McCaig during a retrial 30 miles east of Austin. Continue reading »

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Apr 07

Little Known Fact: Police Drug Kits Test Positive With Just About Anything:

If you’ve ever found yourself on the wrong side of the law, there’s a good chance that you’ve encountered a field drug test before. It’s what the police use to test any suspicious looking substances you might have in your possession to see if they’re illegal drugs. And they are of course admissible in a court of law. What the cops won’t tell you however, is that these drug test kits are incredibly fallible, and there are plenty of innocent substances that can cause them to produce a false positive.

Several years ago the U.S. Marijuana Policy Project did a demonstration with the kits that the police use to put people in jail. The results were both enlightening and horrifying.

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Apr 05

H/t reader squodgy:

“She should have asked them for their ID & then contact her Lawyer.”


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Mar 07

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Records: U.S. Marshals Used Stingray Surveillance Nearly 6,000 Times:

According to newly released records, the U.S. Marshals Service has used cellphone surveillance tools, sometimes known as Stingrays, on the phones of nearly 6,000 suspects. The Marshals Service accidentally confirmed its use of the devices to USA TODAY during a Freedom of Information Act request for a copy of the agency’s log of cases in which agents had used Stingrays. Continue reading »

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Mar 04

Cops Woke Up Naked Woman, Ordered Her to Produce A Gun, Then Killed Her:

Gardner, KansasIn March of last year, three police officers crept into Deanne Choate’s home — and then her bedroom — where she was sleeping unclothed. After they demanded to know where her gun was, she tried to follow orders but was shot dead in her own bed. Her daughter is now suing the city of Gardner, Kansas.

It all began with a 911 call on the evening of March 26, 2015. Andrew Musto, Choate’s boyfriend, told them the 53-year-old woman was suicidal, had a gun, and had been drinking, according to the civil lawsuit. Continue reading »

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Mar 04

7,827 Drug Cases Called into Question After Police Lab Tech Caught Faking Test Results:

Passaic County, NJ — A lab technician for the New Jersey State Police’s Office of Forensic Science has ‘retired’ early after being caught falsely identifying a substance as marijuana without conducting the proper tests. On Monday, Deputy Public Defender Judy Fallon issued a memo to Public Defender Joseph Krakora explaining Kamalkant Shah’s falsified report:

Laboratory Technician II Kamalkant Shah of the New Jersey State Police Laboratory (in Little Falls) has been found to have ‘dry labbed’ suspected CDS specimens. Basically, he was observed writing ‘test results’ for suspected marijuana that was never tested.Continue reading »

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Feb 23

Cops Raid Wrong House and Kill an Innocent Young Man – Steal Witness’s Phone for Filming It:

Albuquerque, NM — Edgar Camacho-Alvarado, 23, was shot and killed by police this weekend while police were searching for a murder suspect in his neighborhood. The young man was not actually guilty of any crime, nor did he pose a threat to officers, and he never even attempted to interfere with their investigation. He was simply at the wrong place at the wrong time, working to fix the engine in his truck in the driveway in front of his home.

The police are refusing to release any further information about the shooting, but Edgar’s family wants answers. Continue reading »

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Feb 23

Shocking Dashcam: Cops Walk Up to a Man for “Looking Suspicious” and Kill Him on the Ground:

Seattle, WA — Che Taylor, 46, was no stranger to the police. He’s been in and out of jail on numerous occasions. However, none of his crimes ever warranted a death sentence — but on Sunday afternoon, that’s exactly what he got.Around 3:30 Sunday afternoon, according to the Seattle police department, officers were conducting surveillance in an attempt to bust people for selling illicit substances to willing customers, when they saw Taylor and called for backup. Continue reading »

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Feb 22

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Feb 17

Lawsuit filed over State Police shooting death:

Donna Spry called her husband’s doctor, crying.

Curly Spry was refusing to go to his appointment. He was suicidal, off his medication and had a gun, his wife said.

Call 911, the doctor’s staff instructed her.

Less than an hour later, Curly Spry was dead. He had been shot 11 times by troopers with the West Virginia State Police, according to a lawsuit filed by Donna Spry last month in Kanawha County Circuit Court. Continue reading »

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Feb 16

“Then I get a lecture (from the judge) about the United States and stealing from the government, he recounted. He was ordered to pay $5,700, including interest, for the original $1,500 loan. If he does not pay by March 1, he will be arrested again. He is also ordered to pay for the cost of his own arrest.


US Marshals Forcefully Arrest Man Over $1,500 in Student Loan Debt:

Houston, Texas — A Houston man was arrested last Thursday over outstanding federal student loan debt left over from nearly three decades ago. Though he owed only $1,500, seven U.S. Marshals wearing combat gear and wielding automatic weapons aggressively arrested him — and authorities have said they will serve many more arrest warrants for outstanding educational bills in the near future.

“They grabbed me, they threw me down, 48-year-old Paul Aker told the New York Daily News on Tuesday.“Local PD is just standing there. Continue reading »

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Feb 16

POLICE CALL FOR INVESTIGATION OF SCALIA’S DEATH:

Growing concern over handling of Scalia death

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Feb 01

British Police Are Breaking Into Homes to Highlight Robbery Risk:

British police may not have the same reputation for brutality as American police do, but like our cops, they sure seem to think they are above the law. Police in the city of Coventry have apparently started breaking into homes without any kind of warrant. The reason? So they can let homeowners know how easy it would be for burglars to break in. Continue reading »

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Jan 30

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Jan 30

H/t reader U.B.

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Stuttgarter Landeskriminalamt warnt Mitarbeiter vor zugewanderten Sextätern

Stuttgarter Landeskriminalamt warnt Mitarbeiter vor zugewanderten Sextätern:

In einem Kopp Exklusiv vorliegenden internen Schreiben des Stuttgarter Landeskriminalamts heißt es, dass in Deutschland derzeit »Sexualstraftaten begrifflich verschleiert« werden.

erfasst hat das Rundschreiben der »Arbeitsbereich Kriminalpsychologie« des Stuttgarter LKA.

In dem Schreiben wird dargestellt, warum Orientalen und Nordafrikaner kein Schuldbewusstsein haben, wenn sie Frauen und Kinder sexuell belästigen.

Die »sexuelle Belästigung im Sinne einer verbalen und auch physischen Übergriffigkeit« sei in ihren Kulturkreisen »sehr verbreitet«.

Und in vielen Herkunftsländern von Asylbewerbern sei Vergewaltigung kein Straftatbestand oder erst jüngst zu einem solchen erklärt worden.

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Jan 30

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