Earlier reports stated members were
“preparing to shoot on duty police officers”

Kurt Nimmo

The New York Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association has declared the NYPD will “become a ‘wartime’ police department and “will act accordingly” following the execution-style shooting of two of cops in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

The suspected shooter, Ismaaiyl Abdulah Brinsley, is said to have killed the police officers in retaliation for the death of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.

On Saturday evening the New York Daily News reported Brinsley, who reportedly committed suicide after the execution, is suspected of being involved with the Black Guerrilla Family prison gang.

In early December Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins said Black Guerrilla Family members were “preparing to shoot on duty police officers.”

The Black Guerrilla Family, also known as the Black Family or the Black Vanguard, was founded by George Jackson in 1966.

Jackson, a criminal serving time at San Quentin in California for armed robbery, became a Marxist and Maoist while in prison. He was killed in 1971 during an escape attempt three days before he was scheduled to go on trial for allegedly killing a prison guard. The authorities continually changed their story about a gun they said Jackson had in his possession.

The Black Guerrilla Family was said to be associated with the Black Liberation Army, Symbionese Liberation Army, the Weather Underground, and other leftist groups.

The Black Liberation Army was infiltrated by the FBI and two members of the Symbionese Liberation Army, William and Emily Harris, are suspected government operatives. The the Weather Underground was also compromised by the FBI, as an informant, the late Larry Grathwohl, admitted in his 1976 book, “Bringing Down America.”

In 1989 a Black Liberation Army member fatally shot and killed Huey P. Newton, the co-founder and leader of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense.



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Supreme Court: Police Can Make Up Laws and Violate Rights

Justices rule that a “mistaken understanding” of the law is reasonable

Supreme Court: Police Can Make Up Laws And Violate Rights

If a cop doesn’t know the law, they can do whatever they want to you.

Steve Watson

The Supreme Court ruled this week that police officers will not be held accountable for violating the rights of Americans if they have a “mistaken understanding” of legislation.

In other words, if a cop doesn’t know the law, they can do whatever they want to you.

The ruling stems from an incident in 2009 when a police officer violated the Fourth Amendment by stopping and searching a driver’s vehicle after making up his own law.

The New York Times reports:

The case arose from a traffic stop in North Carolina based on a broken brake light. But state law there required only a single working “stop lamp,” which the car in question had.
In an opinion by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., the Supreme Court ruled that the officer’s mistake was reasonable and so did not run afoul of the Fourth Amendment’s ban on unreasonable searches and seizures.

The driver gave officer Matt Darisse consent to search the vehicle, in which he found a bag of cocaine. The cop stole the drugs, according to the filing, but would not have been able to do so had the illegal traffic stop not occurred in the first instance.

Eight of the nine Justices of the court agreed that Darisse’s mistaken understanding of the law was reasonable, and therefore the traffic stop was valid.

Sonia Sotomayor was the one justice who disagreed, noting that the ruling “means further eroding the Fourth Amendment’s protection of civil liberties in a context where that protection has already been worn down.”

In a written statement, Chief Justice Roberts claimed that the court’s decision “does not discourage officers from learning the law,” arguing that only objectively reasonable mistakes would be acceptable.

“An officer can gain no Fourth Amendment advantage,” the chief justice wrote, “through a sloppy study of the laws he is duty-bound to enforce.”

While the Supreme Court has upheld the right to film police officers, it has also ruled this year that police can stop US drivers based purely on anonymous tip offs. Indeed, over the past decade, the court has routinely ruled in lockstep with the trend toward a police state.

John W. Whitehead of rights group The Rutherford Institute provides an excellent in depth analysis on the court’s latest ruling and how it enables a power overreach in law enforcement.

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SONY Hack Bears Hallmarks of U.S. Intelligence Operation

Obama admin. mulling “proportional” response

The Obama administration considers Sony’s inability to secure its computer network and allowing unknown hackers access to confidential information to be a serious breach of national security.

Kurt Nimmo

White House spokesman Josh Earnest did not say North Korea was responsible for the hack. Instead, the accusation was made Wednesday by an anonymous government official “who is not authorized to comment publicly.”

Earnest said U.S. national security leaders “would be mindful of the fact that we need a proportional response.” He was vague on what this meant.

As Paul Joseph Watson noted for Infowars.com on Thursday, there is little evidence implicating North Korea, but this has not prevented the government and the corporate media from attributing the hack to the authoritarian regime of Kim Jong-un.

For more on this, see Kim Zetter’s The Evidence That North Korea Hacked Sony Is Flimsy.

U.S. Intelligence More Likely Responsible

As Marc W. Rogers noted on his security news blog on Thursday, it is unlikely North Korea is involved.

“The fact that the code was written on a PC with Korean locale & language actually makes it less likely to be North Korea,” Rogers explains. “Not least because they don’t speak traditional ‘Korean’ in North Korea, they speak their own dialect and traditional Korean is forbidden. This is one of the key things that has made communication with North Korean refugees difficult.”

Additionally, the broken English used “looks deliberately bad and doesn’t exhibit any of the classic comprehension mistakes you actually expect to see in ‘Konglish’. i.e it reads to me like an English speaker pretending to be bad at writing English.”

This would implicate U.S. or British intelligence. U.S. intelligence has, since 9/11, displayed careless and sloppy application when conducting false flag operations. The textbook example of this is the transparently bogus “intelligence” used in the effort to frame Iraq prior to the invasion of that country in 2003.

Another indicator pointing to U.S. intelligence is the familiarity with Sony’s computer network. “It’s clear from the hard-coded paths and passwords in the malware that whoever wrote it had extensive knowledge of Sony’s internal architecture and access to key passwords,” Rogers notes. “While it’s plausible that an attacker could have built up this knowledge over time and then used it to make the malware, Occam’s razor suggests the simpler explanation of an insider.”

The attacker, however, does not necessarily have to be a Sony insider. As Edward Snowden and others have demonstrated, the NSA specializes in gaining access to computer networks and routinely penetrates the firewalls of corporate and foreign government networks.

Rogers writes the attack “suits a number of political agendas to have something that justifies sabre-rattling at North Korea, which is why I’m not that surprised to see politicians starting to point their fingers at the DPRK also.”

It is true the U.S. foreign policy establishment has exploited the largely exaggerated and absurd national security threat supposedly presented by North Korea. However, they do not seriously consider it a threat and instead use it as an excuse to issue warnings to legitimize the national security state. Iran and terrorist entities, many designed by the intelligence apparatus, serve a similar purpose.

More practically, the Sony affair will be used to make the argument that cyber warfare poses an immediate threat to the national security of the United States and this threat demands a continuation and amplification of the surveillance state.

The surveillance state, however, is not turned outward, it is instead turned inward on the American people who are considered by the elite to be the true threat to their rule.

The Sony hack is not the work of an ex-Sony employee, as Rogers assumes. It is the work of the national security state and the NSA. Titillating details about movie stars and celebrities released as a result of the hack — falling on the heels of the celebrity nude photo hack earlier this year — serve the purpose of riveting the attention of the public on the affair while the government builds its case for further encroachments on their liberty.

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Sony Hack Reinvigorates Support for Privacy-Busting CISPA-Style Legislation

White House, lawmakers exploit crisis to push for draconian data powers

Sony Hack Reinvigorates Support for Privacy Busting CISPA Style Legislation 181214sony

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com

The Sony hack attack has reinvigorated support for privacy-busting CISPA-style cybersecurity legislation that was previously considered dead, prompting calls to make the issue a top priority in 2015.

With the White House declaring the hack to be a “national security issue” yesterday, numerous prominent lawmakers jumped on the issue to push a “zombie” cybersecurity bill – the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act – which failed to make the Senate floor in July.

White House Economic Council Director Jeff Zients said the Sony hack would require ongoing “executive” action by the President in order to protect “federal government assets,” with Zients stressing the need “to take this to the next level (with) legislation.”

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein echoed Zients, asserting, “We must pass an information sharing bill as quickly as possible next year.”

Republican Sen. John McCain also called on Congress to “finally pass long-overdue comprehensive cybersecurity legislation” in light of the Sony hack, a sentiment mimicked by Rep. Jim Langevin (D-R.I), co-chair of the House cybersecurity caucus, who stated, “The new Congress should act without delay to pass a comprehensive cybersecurity information sharing bill to allow the federal government to share what it knows about threats in cyberspace with the private sector, and vice versa.”

Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Tex.) and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) also called on cybersecurity legislation to be the top priority in January, while President Obama himself told ABC’s David Muir on Wednesday, “Congress also needs to take up cybersecurity legislation that’s been languishing for several years now.”

Following former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel’s advice to “never let a serious crisis go to waste,” the Obama administration and lawmakers like McCain and Graham are now breathlessly exploiting the Sony hack to reanimate legislation that bears significant resemblance to the widely loathed CISPA bill that failed to pass the Senate in 2012.

According to the Electronic Privacy Information Center, the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2014, “Allows companies to monitor private communications on their networks and to disclose user activity to the government. The bill would also exempt companies from liability for monitoring communications or disclosing user information.”

The ACLU’s Sandra Fulton also warns that the bill “Gives the government extraordinary powers to silence potential whistleblowers, and exempts these dangerous new powers from transparency laws.” The legislation would allow the government to approach companies directly for user information without the need to obtain a warrant.

The White House has blamed North Korea for the Sony hack attack although, as Wired notes, the evidence for this assertion is flimsy at best.

Similar calls for draconian cybersecurity legislation, as well as measures that would give the White House Chinese-style web censorship powers, were heard in the aftermath of the Stuxnet virus outbreak in 2010. Despite Alex Jones being labeled a “conspiracy theorist” at the time for fingering the United States as being behind the virus, that premise was confirmed in 2012.

It was also subsequently revealed that the U.S. was responsible for creating the Flame virus that targeted Iranian nuclear facilities. Just as with the Sony hack, in both cases, foreign powers were initially blamed for creating viruses which were actually created by the U.S. and Israel.

The fact that the Obama administration is pushing for increased cybersecurity powers while concurrently meeting with the czar of China’s infamous web censorship program should also be a major cause for concern.

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Video Emerges Showing Police Intimidating Girlfriend of Man Killed by Cops in Walmart as Family Files Lawuit

Video Emerges Showing Police Intimidating Girlfriend of Man Killed by Cops in Walmart

Image Credits: jeepersmedia, Flickr

Christian Medina Beltz

The family of John Crawford, III filed a lawsuit Tuesday in federal court in Dayton, Ohio. The claim was filed against the city of Beavercreek, its police chief, Dennis Evers, Officer Sean Williams, Sgt. David Darkow and the Walmart Corporation.

Back in August, Crawford was shot and killed by Beavercreek police in a Walmart after a 911 caller claimed a man was pointing a loaded rifle at store customers. It was later revealed that the rifle was actually an unloaded store BB gun that had been previously removed of its packaging and that the claims made by the caller were false.

The circumstances were not much different than the incident taking place three months later when another Ohio cop shot a 12-year-old boy carrying an Airsoft gun. Both males were killed within seconds of police arriving. It helped spark the current anti-police brutality protests that went into full swing after the non-indictments in Ferguson and Staten Island.

Adding insult to injury (or in this case death) comes the recently released police interrogation footage with Crawford’s girlfriend, Tasha Thomas.  During the video, Beavercreek Police Detective Rodney Curd interrogates Thomas in the cruelest of manners, attempting to implicate some sort of criminal behavior from her and Crawford even though neither had given the police any indication that a crime had been committed.  It really highlights the importance of insisting on having a lawyer present, if you even decide to talk to cops.

Despite her obvious distress and lack of evidence, Curd continued to barrage Thomas and insinuate some pretty disturbing things that he must have known weren’t true.  Asking if Crawford had ever threatened to “Shoot that bitch” in reference to the mother of his children LeeCee Johnson.  Despite her pleas, Curd gave no signs of sympathy for the grieving Thomas, while attempting to criminalize her completely legal behavior.

That video along with the surveillance video of the shooting are posted below.

John Crawford

John Crawford

Recently, Darkow and Williams, the two officers involved in the shooting, were found by a Greene County Grand Jury to be free of any wrongdoing.  Crawford family lawyers issued a statement saying that Walmart should be held responsible due to the fact the rifle was left unpackaged for several days in the Beavercreek store. 

“The thing to do in a country this great,” said Attorney Shean Williams, “is to make sure we hold everybody accountable for their actions, police or corporate giants like Walmart. We owe it to each other to treat each other with respect and the dignity we all deserve.”

As a response, the city of Beavercreek sent 2 NEWS in Dayton the following statement: “We acknowledge the family’s right to bring this action and are confident the trial will be fair and impartial. We believe the evidence will prove the officer’s actions were legally justified. “

Walmart issued their own response in regards to the situation, stating: “Our condolences go out to the families who lost loved ones. Out of respect for everyone involved, we believe it’s not appropriate to discuss the specifics of this matter, but we can say that our associates acted properly. We take the safety and the security of our stores very seriously so that Walmart remains a safe shopping experience for our customers.”

The current lawsuit claims that the Beavercreek Police Department and Walmart are liable, as they were negligible in this incident.  The lawsuit claims that Walmart personnel were well aware of Crawford’s presence with the gun long before police arrived and that employees had a “duty to ensure Crawford and customers were safe.” It is asking for $75,000 in damages to go towards the two children Crawford left behind.

According to the lawsuit:

18. On August 5, 2014, at approximately 8:21 p.m., Defendants Williams and
Darkow responded to a 911 caller who claimed that a black man at the Beavercreek Wal-Mart
was pointing a gun at customers. Upon their arrival at that location at 8:24 p.m., the officers
entered the Beavercreek Wal-Mart and located the individual identified by the 911 caller, later
identified as John H. Crawford, III.
19. Mr. Crawford was a customer and business invitee at the Beavercreek Wal-Mart,
and he was not doing anything dangerous or illegal while shopping there. In fact, Mr. Crawford
was at the store with his friend to buy ingredients to make S’mores at a family cookout and was
at the Wal-Mart store for those reasons for which the store is open to the public.
20. While present at the Beavercreek Wal-Mart, John H. Crawford, III had picked up
an unloaded MK-177 BB/Pellet Rifle [hereinafter, the “Pellet Rifle”] that was unboxed and lying
on one of the store’s shelves.
21. Mr. Crawford never used, loaded, or pointed the Pellet Rifle at anyone, was doing
nothing improper or illegal, and never caused any harm or acted in a manner that would cause
any reasonable person to believe that he may cause harm.
22. At or about 8:24 P.M., Defendants Williams and Darkow entered the Beavercreek
Wal-Mart, and they located John H. Crawford III at or about 8:27 P.M.
23. When Defendants Williams and Darkow located John H. Crawford, III, he was
talking on a cell phone held in his right hand, with no other customers in his vicinity, and with
Case: 3:14-cv-00454-WHR Doc #: 1 Filed: 12/16/14 Page: 7 of 26 PAGEID #: 7
his left side and back visible to the two police officers. Mr. Crawford was holding the Pellet
Rifle in his left hand pointed down at the floor.
24. Defendant Williams shot and killed Mr. Crawford approximately one second after
Defendant Williams or Darkow first made contact with him.

Despite the non-indictment from the grand jury, the United States Department of Justice said it will begin its own investigation.

Beavercreek cops

Officer Sean Williams and Sgt. David Darkow, the officers who killed John Crawford.

“This is just the beginning as far as I’m concerned,” said John Crawford, Jr. the victim’s father. “I’m still pursuing justice, because to me that is justice, you have to be held accountable.”

The family is seeking a restitution of at least $75,000, and is still hopeful that the Department of Justice gets involved and indicts the officers.

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The next presidential election is still nearly two years away, and yet the mainstream media is already telling Americans who they are supposed to vote for
Bush v. Clinton In 2016? New World Order Dream Matchup Being Touted As ‘Inevitable’

Image Credits: Pete Souza / Wiki

Michael Snyder
End of The American Dream

The next presidential election is still nearly two years away, and yet the mainstream media is already telling Americans who they are supposed to vote for.  Now that Jeb Bush has all but officially declared that he is running for president, a “dream matchup” between Bush and Hillary Clinton is being touted as “inevitable”.  But is this what the American people actually want?  Most liberals seem to truly dislike Clinton, and most conservatives can’t stand Bush at this point.  And yet when the time comes, the big money donors will line up behind them and they will get far more media coverage than the other candidates.  Yes, there is still a chance that another establishment candidate such as Mitt Romney could jump ahead of Bush on the Republican side, and there is also a chance that Hillary Clinton may decide not to run at all (more on that below).  But when it is all said and done, it is virtually certain that Americans will have a choice between establishment candidate #1 and establishment candidate #2 on election day 2016, and that is absolutely sickening.

We have already had 20 years of Bush/Clinton, and if it is Jeb Bush vs. Hillary Clinton in 2016 we will be guaranteed another four years.

The Bushes and Clintons are portrayed as “enemies” by the mainstream media, but that is not even close to the truth.  The two families have a long, friendly relationship, they have taken vacations together, and they even publicly joke with each other over social media.  The following is just one example that was recently highlighted in Time Magazine

Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton broadcast their unlikely bromance on social media Tuesday when Clinton posted a picture of himself reading Bush’s new book.
Bill Clinton Reading Bush's Book - Photo from Twitter
Clinton’s #HowAreYouStillNotOnTwitter hashtag is a reference to his President’s Day tweet this year, which ribbed the younger Bush for not having an account. This time, Bush responded. He posted Clinton’s tweet on Instagram with the caption, “Thanks, 42! Hope you like the book about your pal, #41. #HowAreYouSTILLNotOnInstagram #PresidentialGrammers #BrotherFromAnotherMother”.

And when it comes to politics, there is very little actually separating the two families on a practical basis.  That is why it seemed like nothing really changed no matter who was in the White House.  The truth is that the Bushes and the Clintons are both progressives that eagerly promote the globalist agenda of the New World Order elite.

But to this day, there are still many good conservatives that truly believe that George W. Bush is one of them.  Even when Laura Bush went on national television and declared that she is solidly pro-choice and that she enthusiastically supports gay marriage, that didn’t bother them.  All they know is that the Bushes are on the “red team” and that they have to do whatever they can to defeat the evil Democrats on the “blue team”.

And in 2016, Jeb Bush will tout himself as a “conservative” once again despite his ultra-liberal stances on important conservative issues such as immigration.  If he becomes president, he will probably fill up his cabinet with social liberals just like George W. Bush did, and everyone will still refer to him as a “conservative”.

How can people be so blind?

Read more…

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Michael Ellner

The United States has been declared under martial law. All constitutional rights have been suspended. Anyone interfering with the collection of urine samples will be shot. Anyone failing to attend morning school prayer will be shot. The number one enemy of progress is questions. National security is more important than individual rights. Sports broadcasts will proceed as scheduled. Shut up, be happy, obey all orders without question. At last everything is done for you.

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