Permalink Indiana grandmother suffers violent SWAT raid after a neighbor uses her wireless internet

An innocent elderly woman’s home was raided by SWAT when she was suspected of using the internet to trash-talk and post threats toward the local police. In response, gun-wielding assailants breached her doors and windows in a violent search for electronic evidence. The hair-raising incident took place at the household of Louise Milan on Powell Street. It was the place where she and her husband had raised their six children, and had lived for three decades. On June 21, 2012, the solitude of the familial home was shattered — along with numerous doors and window panes. Louise Milan, 68, was home with her adopted daughter, 18-year-old Stephanie Milan. Around midday, Louise had been straightening her bedroom when she heard a terrifying sound from downstairs.

Paul Craig Roberts In my opinion, it was a felony to train police to abuse their authority and the public. We need to find out who is responsible and to bring class action suits seeking restitution against the criminals who trained the police to become a deadly threat to the public.


Permalink Kops caught lying in court by their own dash cam video

Evidence from a dashboard camera on a police cruiser ended a nightmare for a New Jersey man facing false charges of eluding police, resisting arrest and assault. Essex county, NJ Prosecutors dismissed all the criminal charges against Marcus Jeter, 30, of Bloomfield, N.J. and instead indicted two Bloomfield police officers for falsifying reports and one of them for assault after the recording surfaced showing police officers beating Marcus Jeter during a traffic stop. A third police officer has also pleaded guilty to tampering.
Jeter’s defense attorney requested all recorded evidence, but the police failed to hand over a second tape until additional evidence surfaced of a second police car at the scene. This is the accountability I constantly argue for regarding police. And it only came to be because of the dash cam footage which the Bloomfield Police tried hiding. How many innocent men and women are sent to prison because of false testimony by corrupt police? Police on the field are taught to say key phrases to save them from legal woes down the road and justify whatever action they might dish out on someone: “STOP RESISTING”, “GET YOUR HAND OFF MY GUN”or in the courtroom, “I WAS IN FEAR FOR MY LIFE” “HE WAS REACHING FOR SOMETHING” etc….. The Blue Wall of silence is destroying the relationship between the police and the community..


Permalink Florida Man Records Himself Getting Attacked by Cop for not Rolling Down Window all the way - Video

A horrifying video has emerged showing St. Petersburg police forcing a man out of his car before pouncing on him, leaving him hospitalized with several injuries, all because the cop claimed he was in fear for his life. At least that what he says in his report, where he wrote the following: I exited my marked patrol cruiser and walked towards the vehicle and I noticed the driver staring at me with a blank stare as he continued revving the engine louder and louder. I thought by his actions the subject was going to attempt to hit me with his car. The video, however, shows it was Curtis Shannon, a young man from Florida who was probably fearing for his life during the arrest.

Permalink St. Louis County officer suspended over video, Glendale officer suspended for Facebook comments

A St. Louis County officer who had been assigned to the streets of Ferguson has been suspended after a Youtube video of him making incendiary comments surfaced. The video of Page was apparently made in 2012 before a group called the Oath Keepers of St. Louis and St. Charles. It is unclear where it was shot. Among Page's rambling comments in the hour-long video:

"Muslims are passive until they gain parity with you or they exceed you in numbers and they will kill you."
"Roy Blunt and Claire McCaskill won't even talk to me. They say 'You're an extremist.' I say amen. OK. And I'm real good with a rifle. My best shot is at 1,875 meters. I got me a gold star on that one. That's a fact. You run from me you will die tired. I'm dead serious, folks."
"I personally believe in Jesus Christ as my lord savior, but I'm also a killer. I’ve killed a lot. And if I need to, I'll kill a whole bunch more. If you don't want to get killed, don't show up in front of me, it's that simple. I have no problem with it. God did not raise me to be a coward," he said before warning the audience that he believes the government will put kids in indoctrination camps.
"I'm into diversity. I kill everybody, I don't care."

More Audio Surfaces From Dan Page, the St. Louis County Police Officer Suspended After Racist Remarks - On a planned chain of events leading to a military takeover of the United States: I've heard talk from very, very high sources that there is a timeline starting in 2015…you have to be very watchful of created, orchestrated events within the United States…so there's going action taken, I suspect within the continental United States and abroad, that's going to create such havoc worldwide that people are going to demand some form of protection from the federal government. That's what I suspect is coming. And this thing on the border right now with the illegals I think might be part of that.

Richard Seymour Respect their authoritah


Permalink Reply to a friend: where are the Ukrainian uprising and Novorussian counter-offensive?

The Saker I friend just sent me this in an email and I thought that the best thing to do what to reply with a post. Here is what he wrote: I've been wondering something for some time now regarding the "war" in Ukraine and Novorossiya. Occasionally I hear mutterings from the NAF about "going on the offensive" sometime soon (supposedly when a certain turning point has been reached or some unnamed goal accomplished). However, it has surprised me that there has as of yet been no small operations or maneuvers in greater Ukraine and specifically in Kiev itself. It would seem to me that a targeted covert campaign would be within the scope of the abilities of the NAF, no? Planned incidents and/or hit and run strikes within the city that would lessen the taste for war among the (it would appear) mostly indifferent people. Or is it thought that this might actually add some resolve to continue the fighting? History shows such actions to be the pattern, though the overall effectiveness of such tactics can be fairly questioned in most cases, I think. Curious as to your thoughts. This is a very interesting question and a fairly complex one. In reality, there are two distinct issues here:

a) why is there no apparent resistance in the rest of the Ukraine?
b) where is the Novorussian counter-offensive?

The two issues are linked by a common denominoator, but they are qualitatively different. I suggest we take them one by one.

Anon./The Saker: All is Quiet on the Western Front?


Permalink We Are Above the Law Declares County Attorney

Paul Craig Roberts Habersham County, Georgia, the jurisdiction that allowed intentionally or through negligence a SWAT team to break into a home with violent force in the middle of the night and throw a stun grenade into a baby’s face sending him to a hospital for weeks where he was in life support, has ruled that it would be illegal for the county to pay the baby’s medical bills. The negligence of the police, and thereby the county, is a triple dose. It was the wrong house. A SWAT team was unnecessary in order to exercise a search warrant for a drug suspect. There was no excuse for throwing a stun grenade into a baby’s crib. But the county attorney has ruled that the county is not liable for these massive incidences of unbridled negligence. However, the unjustifiable SWAT team assault on the family in the home was legal. As the saying goes, “a fish rots from the head.” The rot in government accountability that began in Washington has now reached the local level.

Permalink ACLU: Ferguson police report on Michael Brown's death violates law

A police report on the death of Michael Brown is missing key information and violates Missouri open records laws, an ACLU attorney told Yahoo News on Friday. The two-page document, which the Ferguson Police Department released only after pressure from journalists and civil liberties advocates, is largely redacted or left blank. The most egregious omissions are the victim’s name and a description of the offense – the fatal shooting of Brown. “They are breaking the law,” said Tony Rothert, legal director of the ACLU of Missouri. The report, obtained by Yahoo News through the Missouri Sunshine Law, lists only the date, time and location. Fields for the type of incident, name of the complainant, and a summary of the circumstances are redacted. “I’ve never seen an incident report that didn’t contain a description of the incident, at least on some basic level,” said Don Tittle, a veteran Texas civil and criminal attorney. “It makes you wonder if they don’t want to commit to a story.

Permalink How Tyranny Arises

Paul Craig Roberts Law & Order Conservatives continue to shill for police as goon thugs continue to violate constitutional protections and abuse the Public. Gullible Americans have been trained to be fearful of crime, blacks, Muslims, terrorists, “domestic extremists,” and now Russia. These fears result in the public accepting illegal, unconstitutional, and immoral actions by police and government.

With the passage of time the wrongful police and government behavior become institutionalized as the young are born into the system and know no different and the old who remember accountable government and liberty pass away. This is how liberty and freedom die, citizens become serfs, and the rise of tyranny is accomplished. The transformation of the US into a tyranny is far advanced. It is a revolution that owes its success to the gullibility, ignorance and unconcern of the majority of the American people and to a corrupt and cowardly national media that betrays liberty and fosters tyranny.

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Permalink Congress Proposes Law Banning Body Armor In The Land Of The Free

Simon Black Communist China. Nazi Germany. Cambodia. Guatemala. Uganda. The list goes on and on. Pacification of the citizens is almost always a prerequisite to totalitarianism. There have been a lot of attempts to disarm, or at least partially disarm, people in the US throughout history as well. Each time there’s a major shooting somewhere, the chant to ban firearms grows louder. But the latest proposal is especially telling. H.R. 5344 is a bill currently going through Congress that would ban the purchase of body armor. Violation would carry CRIMINAL penalties, including up to ten years in prison.

DOJ Media: U.S. Police Have Killed Over 5,000 Civilians Since 9/11


Permalink The crimes of Euromaidan Nazis

Ukraine Crisis: Donbass. Chronicle of Genocide || Extensive war crimes in Donbass committed by Poroshenko and his army of murderers from July 27 to August 14, 2014.

Kiev's warmongers/Zionists continue genocide of civilian population of Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics.

Most of the footage and interviews you will see in this documentary film have never been shown on mainstream media of any country including Russia and Ukraine. [The Saker]

Pogromen i Korsun || Natta mellom 20. og 21. februar 2014 stoppet aktivister fra Euromaidan flere busser nær byen Korsun-Schewtschenkowskiy. Bussene hadde med seg flere hundre motstandere av Euromaidan som var på vei tilbake fra Kiev til Krim.

De bevæpnede mennene tok over bussene og brente dem ned. Alle passasjerene, omlag 350 folk, inkludert kvinner og ungdommer, ble utsatt for brutal behandling med slag og trakassering.

Filmen «Forbrytelsene til nazistene fra det ukrainske Euromaidan: Pogromen i Korsun» dokumenterer disse forbrytelsene der flere titalls mennesker ble drept. Dokumentaren ble lagd av den ukrainske menneskerettsgruppa IGCP. [More videos]

Permalink Tom Walters: What really matters in Ferguson - Video

What matters in Ferguson, Mo., is that a young man is dead, police conduct is under scrutiny, and a community is in heart-rending pain. Reporters are not supposed to be part of the news they cover. And given any choice in the matter, I wouldn’t be.
But last night, before removing the last demonstrators from Ferguson, police insisted all media leave first. Now, when a town fears brutality by law enforcement, and police suddenly want to do their work unseen by media observers, it’s not just a fair question but a necessary one to ask why. It’s a question we tried to ask of the man who is the public face of law enforcement on the streets of Ferguson: Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson.
And that’s when I became part of the story - a small one. Just one among the many arrested. The vast majority, like me, released hours later without being charged with anything. If Capt. Johnson had been taking questions, I would also have asked whether it is appropriate for police to make arrests they have no intention of prosecuting, or whether that’s using the power of arrest merely as convenience to suppress protest or to disperse a crowd. It is not really the question that matters, of course, and certainly not the questioner. But answers do matter, in a place where a young man is dead, police conduct is under scrutiny, and a community is in heart-rending pain.

Ferguson Cop Points Gun At Protesters And Press, Screams "I Will F***ing Kill You" - VIDEO
Zero Hedge: It's Official: "We Are All Terrorists Now" (The Terrorist Test...)

Permalink Video of St. Louis police shooting raises questions about officer's story

Video released by the St. Louis Police of the August 19 shooting of 25-year-old Kajieme Powell, just miles away from the protests ðD in Ferguson, raises questions about whether events transpired as police initially claimed. St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson had told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that Powell "pulled out a knife and came at the officers, gripping and holding it high," yelling "Shoot me now, kill me now." Police said he was shot when he was "two or three feet" away from the officers. The newly released video begins before police arrive on the scene. A bystander has followed Powell after he took energy drinks and muffins from a market without paying for them, and can be heard chuckling over Powell's erratic behavior. Powell is seen slowly pacing around the scene of the eventual shooting before police arrive. When the officers enter and draw their guns, Powell ignores warnings to put down his knife, and advances on them. He then repeatedly yells, "Shoot me!"

Ezra Klein Did the St. Louis police have to shoot Kajieme Powell?


Permalink "We have the right to protest. We have the right to assemble."

The National Guard expanded its presence in Ferguson, Missouri Wednesday, as police killed a 23-year old man in St. Louis only a few miles away. In this video, Ferguson and St. Louis residents voice their anger at police violence and repression.

Barry Grey Residents have been stripped of the constitutionally guaranteed right to assemble, reporters have been arrested or banished in violation of freedom of the press, police checkpoints have been set up at major intersections. A massive force of military vehicles, helicopters, sound cannon, flash grenades, tear gas, SWAT teams wielding assault weapons and local cops backed by National Guard troops has been deployed to intimidate, terrorize and crush social protest. On Monday night, the crackdown on overwhelmingly peaceful protesters demanding justice in the killing of Brown was stepped up. Seventy-eight people were arrested ostensibly for failing to obey a police order, for which there is no legal or constitutional basis, to disperse. The scale of the repression is vastly disproportionate to the supposed threat from what the authorities are calling “criminal elements.”

Justin Raimondo How the tactics of occupation came home || To the ruling class, we are all foreigners, outsiders in our own country. Geographically and culturally, they live in a world apart, in the protected enclaves of the Washington-New York corridor, and the details of their lives have as much in common with the ordinary American’s than ours do with the daily routine of an Eskimo. Truly transnational “citizens of the world,” the Washington elites have more regard for the delicate sensibilities of some Ukrainian oligarch than they do for the average American businessman – because the former suits their purposes, while the latter is only a cash cow. The dogma of universalism, which is the official ideology of the Empire, dictates that all shall be treated equally – and so why shouldn’t our police force present themselves to Americans as our occupying forces confront the peoples we have conquered? Ferguson is a conquered province, no different in principle from Fallujah after the "surge" or occupied Gaza. The "crime" of the Fergusonians – like the Iraqis and the Gazans – is that they are fighting back. In their inchoate, doomed, and heroic way, these much put-upon people, members of a color-caste that once wore actual chains in this country, are getting up off their knees and defying the mightiest military machine the world has ever been cursed to know. For ten days – and counting – they have been putting up a heroic resistance that every person who loves liberty must stand and salute.

RT.com: 'Less-than-lethal' ammunition makers profiting off unrest from Ferguson to Israel
PressTV: US police shoot dead another African-American man in St. Louis area
Le Monde: A Ferguson, une nuit calme et une tentative de «dialogue»
Pål Steigan Ferguson og den kommende klassekrigen i USA
Niles Williamson Another police killing in St. Louis, Missouri as assault on protestors continues

Permalink 9 essential facts about Ferguson and the shooting of Michael Brown

1) Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed teenager Michael Brown on Saturday, August 9
2) Ferguson is a majority-black city with an overwhelmingly white police force and city government
3) Police and eyewitnesses gave contradictory accounts of the shooting
4) Several different law enforcement agencies are involved in the response to the shooting and the protests
5) The police have refused to release the autopsy report or any information about their investigation of what happened during the shooting
6) Protests began immediately after Brown's death, and continued throughout the week
7) The protests were met with an aggressive police response
8) The police released information suggesting Brown had stolen from a convenience store, but that wasn't the reason Wilson stopped him
9) The federal government is also investigating Brown's death


Permalink Police fire tear gas, stun grenades at protesters in Missouri town

Police fired tear gas and stun grenades at protesters in Ferguson, Missouri on Monday, after days of unrest sparked by the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white policeman. The police action came after hours of street protests that had been tense but mostly peaceful, Reuters witnesses said, adding that a projectile hurled from a crowd of protesters shattered on the ground and erupted into flames. Protesters threw small projectiles, possibly rocks, at police clad in riot gear and flanked by armored vehicles. Police arrested at least four people. One police officer was overheard on a CNN broadcast saying there was a "gunshot victim" as he ordered news media to clear the scene. Missouri's governor had lifted a curfew for the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson on Monday as National Guard troops were called out. The National Guard deployment was the latest step by authorities [allegedly] to end the looting and burning of stores that have punctuated protests and stirred questions about race relations in the United States since the shooting death of Michael Brown, 18, on Aug. 9. [Image: @keithboykin]

RT.com: Journalist arrested, assembly rights restricted amid Ferguson protests
The Guardian: Police in Ferguson arrest Getty photographer Scott Olson
The Intercept: Intercept Reporter Shot With Beanbags and Arrested While Covering Ferguson Protests
WaPo: Man arrested at gunpoint for smoking cigarette in driveway during Ferguson curfew
Antiwar.com: No Curfew, But Police Escalate Ferguson Crackdown
Zero Hedge: Ferguson Tonight: Nelly, The Negro Spring - Live Feed
Vox: Iraq or Missouri? - Images of the military-style crackdown in Ferguson
Eric London & Patrick Martin National Guard, police tighten grip on Ferguson, Missouri

Permalink ISIS Gets Angrier At America: "We Will Drown All Of You In Blood"

Over the past month ISIS has been getting angrier (""God Willing, We Will Raise The Flag Of Allah In The White House" - A Deeper Look Inside ISIS") and angrier ("ISIS Issues Threat To White House; Secret Service Taking "Appropriate Steps") until today it released a video in which it warned the United States it will attack Americans "in any place" if continuing US raids hit its militants. The video, released by Reuters, which shows a photograph of an American who was beheaded during the U.S. occupation of Iraq, featured a statement which said in English "we will drown all of you in blood".

But while we get the anger of the Islamic State, be it real or staged, now that the US has allegedly retaken the Mosul dam, one wonders how a terrorist organization with over half a billion dollars in funding, a state of the art "made in the US" weapons arsenal, and glossy year-end profit & loss reports, can't afford to spend a few dollars on the production quality of its propaganda videos, especially if as the rumors suggest not one but several key "developed world" intelligence outlets are pulling the ISIS strings.

PressTV: ISIL tweet for US could be Mossad, FBI creation: Paul Street
RT.com: Islamic State threatens to ‘drown’ American targets in blood in new video

Permalink Assange Won’t Leave until Assured No US Extradition: Lawyer

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will not leave the Ecuador embassy in London until it is guaranteed he will avoid extradition to the United States, his lawyer said Tuesday. The Australian, who has been holed up in the building for two years, indicated on Monday he would leave the compound "soon" amid reports that he was suffering from a heart condition and other ailments. "(He will leave) as soon as conditions can be negotiated that allow Julian to leave the embassy while his political asylum, to protect him from the risk of extradition to the US, is respected," His lawyer Jennifer Robinson said. "And we haven't seen that happen yet."


Permalink 11 things you should know about the Michael Brown shooting

Police shooting has down Highmont Dr, small residential
street where a few young guys are milling around.

VOX Ferguson Police say Brown robbed a convenience store prior to the shooting. But Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson also clarified that Wilson, who shot and killed Brown, was unaware of the robbery allegations during "the initial contact with Brown." Wilson, instead, initially stopped Brown for jaywalking. (Jackson later told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that, after the initial stop, Wilson realized Brown could be the suspect of the robbery when he spotted the potentially stolen cigars in Brown's hand.) The shooting of Brown, like so many similar incidents between police and unarmed black men, renewed conversations about racism in the American justice system and, more specifically to Ferguson, deep-rooted racial disparities in local government and law enforcement. To the majority-black community in Ferguson, Brown's death was seen as something that could happen to them or their own sons. Darnell Hunt, an expert on race relations and civil unrest, compared the situation to the shooting of Trayvon Martin in 2012: "Not only was this something that affected people in country, but other people realized that the fate of Trayvon was possibly the fate of their own sons." Brown's death, in other words, brought the long-simmering racial tensions in the community of Ferguson to a boil. And the subsequent clashes between police and residents captivated the nation for several tense days.

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RT.com: Indefinite curfew: Ferguson police deploy tear gas against protesters
CBS/St. Louis: Gov. Nixon Directs National Guard to Ferguson
PressTV: Seven pieces of military equipment the Pentagon is giving to local police
Alex Kane 11 Shocking Facts About America's Militarized Police Forces
Jason Ditz Ferguson Police Fire Gas, Rubber Bullets at Protesters; Several Shot

Permalink Julian Assange press conference

Wikileaks founder says he will leave Ecuadoran embassy 'soon'. 10:02 am The press conference is now being brought to a close, with Assange giving very little detail on his next move. He said he would be leaving the Ecuadorian embassy "soon", but did not say when or give any information on the practical details. Following reports that he requires medical treatment for a heart or chronic lung condition, he confirmed two years of confinement had taken a toll on his health, but did not elaborate.

The Guardian: Julian Assange press conference: as it happened
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Permalink James Risen calls Obama 'greatest enemy of press freedom in a generation'

The New York Times reporter James Risen, who faces jail over his refusal to reveal a source and testify against a former CIA agent accused of leaking secrets, has called President Barack Obama “the greatest enemy of press freedom in a generation”. Speaking to his colleague Maureen Dowd, Risen accused the president of aggressively pursuing journalists, including himself, who report sensitive stories that reflect poorly on the US government. Risen faces jail over his reporting of a botched intelligence operation that ended up spilling nuclear secrets to Iran. The Justice Department has long been seeking to force him to testify and name the confidential source of the account, which is contained in his 2006 book State of War.


Permalink Tensions rise again in Ferguson

On August 9, Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, was killed by a police officer named Darren Wilson in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Missouri. Eyewitnesses to the shooting report that Brown was killed while attempting to surrender, but police [now] say that Brown assaulted the officer before the shooting. The incident provoked immediate anger and frustration in the community and around the country. The killing of Eric Garner, also an unarmed black man, by New York City police last month revived a public conversation about the history of police violence against black men, and the killing of Brown has inflamed it. Protests began in the neighborhood immediately after Brown was shot, and continued throughout the weekend. On Sunday night, Ferguson erupted into civil unrest, with reports of looting, arson, and gunshots. Although the protests in the days that followed were largely nonviolent, an escalating and militarized police presence in the streets of Ferguson did nothing to ease the tension or soothe a concerned community, and local law enforcement's use of tear gas, rubber bullets, and dogs further eroded the trust between residents and police. On Thursday, the tide seemed to turn after Gov. Jay Dixon put the Missouri Highway Patrol in charge of security in Ferguson. But the next day, Ferguson police revealed details from the day of the shooting, and that night tensions escalated at protests.

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RIA Novosti: Ferguson Erupts in New Wave of Violence
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Permalink Amnesty slams Saudi Arabia over Shia cleric verdict

Amnesty International has criticized Saudi Arabia for handing down a harsh verdict to a leading Shia cleric. Amnesty International said on Thursday that the harsh sentence of Sheikh Tawfiq al-Amr shows the disturbing pattern of harassment against the Shia community in Saudi Arabia. A court in the Saudi kingdom has given the Shia cleric an eight-year jail term and a ten-year travel ban. He has also been barred from delivering religious sermons. “Sheikh Tawfiq al-Amr is the latest Shia cleric to pay a very high price for refusing to be silenced,” said Said Boumedouha, Amnesty International’s deputy director for the Middle East and North Africa. The cleric has been charged with criticizing the country's ruling system and calling for political reform. “Daring to peacefully criticize Saudi Arabia’s rulers is no reason to end up behind bars. He must be released immediately in connection with these charges,” Boumedouha added.

Permalink Why I Quit the Democratic Party Yesterday

Eric Zuesse I draw the line at racist fascism, otherwise known as ‘nazism’. I left the Democratic Party yesterday, because I cannot support the first American President who ever installed anywhere in the world a nazi regime — it has never happened before, not even under a Republican President; and, until Obama, I had always assumed that if it ever would happen, it could come only under a Republican President, never under any Democratic one. But I was wrong — mortifyingly wrong — because Barack Obama did this in Ukraine; he is the first-ever U.S. President to install a nazi regime anywhere, and so I wrote to my Representative seeking Obama’s impeachment by the Democrats in Congress; and, yesterday, that person, a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives, told me that, notwithstanding Barack Obama’s having unquestionably done this, this Democratic Representative will not introduce on the floor of the U.S. House a bill of impeachment against this — what is the appropriate term for such a person, if not a — nazi U.S. President. Simply because Obama calls himself a ‘Democrat,’ that Representative in the House will not introduce a bill to impeach him. There was no argument on the facts; the facts weren’t at issue here at all; it’s just that Obama calls himself a ‘Democrat.’ That’s all.


Permalink Massive SWAT Presence: Ferguson Right Now

Massive SWAT Presence In Ferguson Unleash Tear Gas & Rubber Bullets: "Go Home Or Be Subject To Arrest - This Is Not Open For Discussion"

WITNESS: “As I was coming around, I heard the tires squeaking on the truck, and as I get closer, I see them tussling through the window. The kid was pulling off and the cop was pulling in." “It just didn’t look right for them to be arm wrestling.” “The first gun shot came from the window, so I just started getting out of the way.” “After the shot, the kid just breaks away. The cop follows him, kept shooting, the kid’s body jerked as if he was hit. After his body jerked he turns around, puts his hands up, and the cop continues to walk up on him and continues to shoot until he goes all the way down.

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