Posts Tagged ‘murder’

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In the new police state Amerika, they execute you for nothing and get away with cold-blooded murder.

 

Shooting of Daniel Shaver

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I actually wrote a novella about a similar weapon… in 1987.

 

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BRAZILE DEDICATED HER BOOK TO ‘PATRIOT’ SETH RICH, WHOSE DEATH MADE HER FEAR FOR HER OWN LIFE

Rich appears elsewhere in Brazile’s book, as the Postreported earlier in the weekend. She wrote that Rich’s murder haunted her and that she’d installed surveillance cameras at her home and would keep the blinds in her office window closed so she could not be seen by snipers, according to the Post.

Brazile talked about Rich on ABC News’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday. She told the host about her critics: “They don’t know what it was like to be over the DNC during this hacking. They don’t know what it’s like to bury a child. I did: Seth Rich.”

SNIPERS!!!

Does that sound like a “mugging” to you? Be honest. Brazile wasn’t buying the bullshit cover story for public consumption. Let’s recap…

The List of Clinton Associates Who’ve Died Mysteriously

 

And let’s remember John Podesta’s ominous email:

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CIA’s Mexico Branch

Posted: October 20, 2017 in -
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CIA’s asset in Mexico was architect of some of the worst atrocities of the Dirty War

Agency considered spymaster Miguel Nazar Haro’s brutal reign a period of “stability” that justified his ties to narcotics, the murder of a DEA agent, and even genocide

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‘More vicious’ CIA in works as chief muses ‘if Kim Jong Un should vanish …’

“We are going to become a much more vicious agency,” he said.

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This is how you get CONCENTRATION CAMPS.

Our government is claiming records of sexual assault and death in custody aren’t significant enough to preserve records. We have two more days to submit public comments to oppose destroying this critical paperwork and evidence.

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has given preliminary permission for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to begin routinely destroying records, including those related to sexual assault by staff, substandard medical care, excessive solitary confinement, threats and physical assault by custody staff, and even deaths while in custody.

We can’t let ICE escape accountability for abuse and civil rights violations. Submit a public comment to tell NARA to stop the record destruction.

In cases of both sexual assault and death, NARA argued that these records “do not document significant actions of Federal officials.”

You can see this for what it really is: a blatant attempt by ICE to erase its abuses and gain impunity, making it harder for us to hold the agency accountable in the future.

We have until Friday, September 15 to urge the National Archives and Records Administration to do the right thing: stop ICE from destroying a paper trail of evidence for a system rife with abuse.

The Trump administration has pledged to expand immigration detention to record-breaking levels and lock up more people than ever before in its crackdown on immigrants. Our ability to hold ICE agents accountable for abuse matters more than ever. We must protect these records.

Here’s your job for the next 48 hours: send your public comment to NARA today and demand they deny ICE’s request to destroy these records.