Are police officers allowed to lie to you? Yes the Supreme Court has ruled that police officers can lie to the American people. Police officers are trained at lying, twisting words and being manipulative. Police officers and other law enforcement agents are very skilled at getting information from people. So don’t try to “out smart” a police officer and don’t try being a “smooth talker” because you will lose! If you can keep your mouth shut, you just might come out ahead more than you expected. CopsRCorrupt.com

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

NYPD: "Racial profiling is a part of the system..."

By Michelle Conlin
 
NEW YORK (Reuters) - From the dingy donut shops of Manhattan to the cloistered police watering holes in Brooklyn, a number of black NYPD officers say they have experienced the same racial profiling that cost Eric Garner his life.

Garner, a 43-year-old black man suspected of illegally peddling loose cigarettes, died in July after a white officer put him in a chokehold. His death, and that of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, has sparked a slew of nationwide protests against police tactics. On Saturday, those tensions escalated after a black gunman, who wrote of avenging the black deaths on social media, shot dead two New York policemen.



The protests and the ambush of the uniformed officers pose a major challenge for New York Mayor Bill De Blasio. The mayor must try to ease damaged relations with a police force that feels he hasn’t fully supported them, while at the same time bridging a chasm with communities who say the police unfairly target them.



What’s emerging now is that, within the thin blue line of the NYPD, there is another divide - between black and white officers.


Reuters interviewed 25 African American male officers on the NYPD, 15 of whom are retired and 10 of whom are still serving. All but one said that, when off duty and out of uniform, they had been victims of racial profiling, which refers to using race or ethnicity as grounds for suspecting someone of having committed a crime.



The officers said this included being pulled over for no reason, having their heads slammed against their cars, getting guns brandished in their faces, being thrown into prison vans and experiencing stop and frisks while shopping. The majority of the officers said they had been pulled over multiple times while driving. Five had had guns pulled on them.


Related: Underground America is back online. How to beat the police, CPS, DEA, FBI, IRS and NSA. How to beat any drug test, police sting and how to beat your court case and more.



Desmond Blaize, who retired two years ago as a sergeant in the 41st Precinct in the Bronx, said he once got stopped while taking a jog through Brooklyn’s upmarket Prospect Park. "I had my ID on me so it didn’t escalate," said Blaize, who has sued the department alleging he was racially harassed on the job. "But what’s suspicious about a jogger? In jogging clothes?"


The NYPD and the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association, the police officers’ union, declined requests for comment. However, defenders of the NYPD credit its policing methods with transforming New York from the former murder capital of the world into the safest big city in the United States.



UNCLE TOM EX-POLICE CHIEF SKEPTICAL

"It makes good headlines to say this is occurring, but I don’t think you can validate it until you look into the circumstances they were stopped in," said Bernard Parks, the former chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, who is African American.



"Now if you want to get into the essence of why certain groups are stopped more than others, then you only need to go to the crime reports and see which ethnic groups are listed more as suspects.
 
That’s the crime data the officers are living with."

Blacks made up 73 percent of the shooting perpetrators in New York in 2011 and were 23 percent of the population.


A number of academics believe those statistics are potentially skewed because police over-focus on black communities, while ignoring crime in other areas.


They also note that being stopped as a suspect does not automatically equate to criminality. Nearly 90 percent of blacks stopped by the NYPD, for example, are found not to be engaged in any crime.


The black officers interviewed said they had been racially profiled by white officers exclusively, and about one third said they made some form of complaint to a supervisor.
 
All but one said their supervisors either dismissed the complaints or retaliated against them by denying them overtime, choice assignments, or promotions.


The remaining officers who made no complaints said they refrained from doing so either because they feared retribution or because they saw racial profiling as part of the system.



In declining to comment to Reuters, the NYPD did not respond to a specific request for data showing the racial breakdown of officers who made complaints and how such cases were handled.
 
White officers were not the only ones accused of wrongdoing. Civilian complaints against police officers are in direct proportion to their demographic makeup on the force, according to the NYPD’s Civilian Complaint Review Board.



Indeed, some of the officers Reuters interviewed acknowledged that they themselves had been defendants in lawsuits, with allegations ranging from making a false arrest to use of excessive force. Such claims against police are not uncommon in New York, say veterans.


STUDIES FIND INHERENT BIAS

Still, social psychologists from Stanford and Yale universities and John Jay College of Criminal Justice have conducted research – including the 2004 study "Seeing Black: Race, Crime and Visual Processing" - showing there is an implicit racial bias in the American psyche that correlates black maleness with crime. 
 

John Jay professor Delores Jones-Brown cited a 2010 New York State Task Force report on police-on-police shootings - the first such inquiry of its kind - that found that in the previous 15 years, officers of color had suffered the highest fatalities in encounters with police officers who mistook them for criminals.


There’s evidence that aggressive policing in the NYPD is intensifying, according to data from the New York City Comptroller.



Police misconduct claims - including lawsuits against police for using the kind of excessive force that killed Garner - have risen 214 percent since 2000, while the amount the city paid out has risen 75 percent in the same period, to $64.4 million in fiscal year 2012, the last year for which data is available.


REPORTING ABUSE

People who have taken part in the marches against Garner's death - and that of Ferguson teenager Michael Brown - say they are protesting against the indignity of being stopped by police for little or no reason as much as for the deaths themselves.


 “There’s no real outlet to report the abuse,” said Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, a former NYPD captain who said he was stigmatized and retaliated against throughout his 22-year career for speaking out against racial profiling and police brutality.



Officers make complaints to the NYPD’s investigative arm, the Internal Affairs Bureau, only to later have their identities leaked, said Adams.


One of the better-known cases of alleged racial profiling of a black policeman concerns Harold Thomas, a decorated detective who retired this year after 30 years of service, including in New York's elite Joint Terrorism Task Force.


Shortly before 1 a.m. one night in August 2012, Thomas was leaving a birthday party at a trendy New York nightclub.


Wearing flashy jewelry, green sweatpants and a white t-shirt, Thomas walked toward his brand-new white Escalade when two white police officers approached him. What happened next is in dispute, but an altercation ensued, culminating in Thomas getting his head smashed against the hood of his car and then spun to the ground and put in handcuffs.


“If I was white, it wouldn’t have happened,” said Thomas, who has filed a lawsuit against the city over the incident. The New York City Corporation Counsel said it could not comment on pending litigation.
 
At an ale house in Williamsburg, Brooklyn last week, a group of black police officers from across the city gathered for the beer and chicken wing special. They discussed how the officers involved in the Garner incident could have tried harder to talk down an upset Garner, or sprayed mace in his face, or forced him to the ground without using a chokehold. They all agreed his death was avoidable.



Said one officer from the 106th Precinct in Queens, “That could have been any one of us.”






    This blog has been shifted!(Due to Censorship) Blog has been shifted to:
http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/ 
Articles and videos from now on will be posted at:
Underground America Inc.
Follow on YouTube
and Twitter


NEW!! Underground Forum Post anything!!
PLEASE EXCUSE OUR DUST -C.RICE   









 

Monday, December 22, 2014

NYT to Obama: Appoint prosecutor to investigate Cheney for torture

On the heels of the Senate Intelligence Committee's blistering report on the CIA's brutal handling of prisoners after 9/11, the New York Times is calling for a criminal investigation of former Vice President Dick Cheney and other members of the Bush administration for conspiring to commit torture and other crimes prohibited by federal and international laws.



"Americans have known about many of these acts for years," the Times editorial board stated on Monday. "But the 524-page executive summary of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report erases any lingering doubt about their depravity and illegality."


In a recent appearance on NBC's "Meet the Press," Cheney refused to call some of the tactics, including involuntary rectal feeding, torture.

“We were very careful to stop short of torture,” Cheney said. "We worked hard to stay short of that definition."


Related article: 10 Reasons why GWBush and Obama should be prosecuted for war crimes (TORTURE)

In its editorial, the Times said the "sadistic" techniques outlined in the committee's report "are, simply, crimes. They are prohibited by federal law, which defines torture as the intentional infliction of 'severe physical or mental pain or suffering.' They are also banned by the Convention Against Torture, the international treaty that the United States ratified in 1994 and that requires prosecution of any acts of torture."


"It is no wonder that today’s blinkered apologists are desperate to call these acts anything but torture, which they clearly were," the Times continued. "As the report reveals, these claims fail for a simple reason: C.I.A. officials admitted at the time that what they intended to do was illegal."



The paper criticized President Barack Obama for failing "to bring to justice anyone responsible for the torture of terrorism suspects":



No amount of legal pretzel logic can justify the behavior detailed in the report. Indeed, it is impossible to read it and conclude that no one can be held accountable. At the very least, Mr.


Obama needs to authorize a full and independent criminal investigation.

DIDN'T EVEN INVADE THE RIGHT COUNTRY

The Times' editorial board is calling for a special prosecutor to investigate Cheney; David Addington, Cheney's former chief of staff; former CIA Director George Tenet; and John Yoo and Jay Bybee, the lawyers "who drafted what became known as the torture memos"; Jose Rodriguez Jr., the CIA official "who ordered the destruction of the videotapes"; psychologists who devised the torture regimen; and any CIA employees who carried it out.



But the paper doubts Obama has "the political courage to order a new investigation," much less "a criminal probe of the actions of a former president."



When asked on "Meet The Press" if he was bothered by the fact that 25 percent of the detainees turned out to be innocent, Cheney was unapologetic.



"I have no problem as long as we achieve our objective ... to get the guys who did 9/11, and it is to avoid another attack against the United States," Cheney said. "We've avoided another mass casualty attack against the United States. And we did capture Bin Laden. We did capture an awful lot of the senior guys at al-Qaida who were responsible for that attack on 9/11. I'd do it again in a minute." (But none of that is true, they weren't even torturing people from the right country so how could they have prevented anything.)


An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released last week found that 51 percent of Americans believed the harsh interrogation tactics detailed in the committee's report were warranted, while 28 percent said they went too far.


The results virtually matched a Pew Research Center poll that also found 51 percent believe the CIA's methods were justified, while 29 percent said they were not. A Washington Post-ABC News poll released last week found that 59 percent approved of the CIA's tactics, while 31 percent disapproved.


Watch: YouTube video

This blog has been shifted!

(Due to Censorship) Blog has been shifted to:
http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/ 
Articles and videos from now on will be posted at:
Underground America Inc.
Follow on YouTube
and Twitter

NEW!! Underground Forum Post anything!!

PLEASE EXCUSE OUR DUST -C.RICE




 

Sunday, December 21, 2014

5 Ways to End Police Brutality

By Christopher Rice
Follow on Twitter.


The police have a very long history and pattern of abuse. Do a Google search and you'll see that this problem is nothing new.

So what can you do? Our options are limited. Here are five direct actions that any person or group of people can do to help end police brutality and excessive force.



5 Ways to End Police Brutality

1. Protest at police stations, city hall and other government venues, daily.

I’ve seen a lot of anger, however it must be channeled more effectively than just saying fuck the police or calling them pigs or gloating over police killings. If this anger is channeled correctly we can take action to actually reduce the amount of police brutality.

2. Record the Police We must use our cameras every time police harass us to catch them in the act. Then we can use the Internet and the viral media to expose these actions worldwide. CopWatch.com and the Black Panthers do this. They have a police watch and follow the police with a camera and record their actions. Now that cameras are so cheap and people have cameras on their phones, it is a lot easier to hold the police accountable for their actions.

Related article: Anyone interested in participating in a "Reverse sting" on the police?


Police are fully aware that they have a dangerous job in which they may get killed or injured dealing with criminals when they sign up for the job. Criminals whether they be black or white do not represent the black community but police do represent the government. Black citizens did not sign up for being at risk for police brutality or killings. When unarmed peaceful civilians are killed by the police, they are being killed by agents of the government that is supposed to represent them.

3. Vote Out Politicians Who Condone Police Brutality Politicians who do not address issues like police brutality must be voted out of office.

We live in a time when elected politicians ignore the needs of their constituents; where the judiciary and police institutions will not uphold the rights of citizens; where the media are afraid to report the truth; where lawlessness abounds and ordinary people are left unprotected and defenseless against the rapacity of a few. The answer to our dilemma is for people of courage to actively help each other. Only if we unite can we succeed. That is the only way. There is no other way.


4. Engage in Dialogue With the Cops We must use moderate police organizations to work with the police to stop police brutality. Groups like LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) and 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement have done a lot to combat police brutality and people need to work with them as an intermediary to deal with community issues with the police.

It’s not enough to be angry at law enforcement and say Fuck the Police. We must channel our anger into actions that will stop police brutality in the future.


Related: Underground America is back online. How to beat the police, CPS, DEA, FBI, IRS and NSA. How to beat any drug test, police sting and how to beat your court case and more.




5. Take Legal Action Against Police We need to take legal action as well. The best way to hurt police brutality is by hitting them in the pocket. If the police keep on getting sued for brutality they’ll be forced to deal with the issue. Every incident of police brutality should be reported to both the government and the media.

Related article: How to File a Complaint Against a Police Officer


Police should be in the communities to serve and protect not to harass and arrest. The war on drugs is really a war on the community. People are treated like insurgents in occupied territory and not citizens in need of protection. We need to address how the war on drugs has become a war on us that has caused more problems than it has solved.



In America it is the criminals who get promotions and bonuses, bailouts and tax breaks. The middle class gets the squeeze and the poor are either caged up or shot like dogs in the street.

We have given them every benefit of the doubt, every chance to reform, we can not in good conscience continue to wait and hope. The time is now, we must act.




This blog has been shifted!(Due to Censorship) Blog has been shifted to:
http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/ 
Articles and videos from now on will be posted at:
Underground America Inc.
Follow on YouTube
and Twitter


NEW!! Underground Forum Post anything!!
PLEASE EXCUSE OUR DUST -C.RICE


 

Saturday, December 20, 2014

Mismanaged Yellowstone, Yosemite jails

By Ruffin Prevost

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The National Park Service says it has revamped operations at jail facilities in two of its largest and most popular parks after a review by federal auditors revealed that the detention sites were being improperly managed.


But the agency has been slow in releasing additional public documents related to jail problems, and it was unclear what consequences, if any, facility managers faced for failing to abide by federal rules in supervising the lockups at Yellowstone and Yosemite national parks.



The inspector general for the Interior Department, the parent agency of the Park Service, found in its review that "neither park complied with departmental requirements regarding inmate monitoring, inspections, emergency planning and evacuation planning."



The report, completed in May but only publicly released last month, focused on failures by jailers in both parks to personally monitor detainees at least every 30 minutes, as required. Monitoring was instead done primarily by closed-circuit television.



Inspectors in Yellowstone "found that detention officers did not directly supervise inmates" and only personally observed inmates "when delivering meals or transporting inmates" to a courthouse less than a half mile away in Mammoth Hot Springs, Wyoming.



An earlier inspector general's memorandum, issued in January 2014 after an initial jail inspection, recommended closure of the Yellowstone facility until changes could be implemented, based on concerns about health and safety at that lockup.



But Yellowstone's jail was kept open because park managers began to make changes called for by the memo, Park Service spokesman Jeffrey Olson said. He said Yosemite in California likewise was implementing reforms urged by the inspector general.


Olson, citing administrative difficulties in his office posed by holiday staff shortages, said he was unable this week to provide copies of the Jan. 13 Yellowstone jail closure advisory or the Jan. 27 response from the Park Service.

Olson also said he had "no idea" whether any Park Service employee had faced disciplinary measures for failing to follow Interior Department procedures.


Yellowstone and Yosemite maintain jails where about 150 people end up detained every year in each park, typically for less than two days, for various infractions. A federal magistrate judge is stationed at each park.


The Park Service operates lockup facilities at 26 different sites in all, including 11 U.S. Park Police locations in and around New York City, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Other sites include large, remote parks such as the Grand Canyon and Hawaii Volcanoes national parks.

This blog has been shifted!(Due to Censorship) Blog has been shifted to:
http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/ 
Articles and videos from now on will be posted at:
Underground America Inc.
Follow on YouTube
and Twitter


NEW!! Underground Forum Post anything!!
PLEASE EXCUSE OUR DUST -C.RICE

Thursday, December 18, 2014

U.S. to sue NYC over rights violations of teen Rikers inmates

By Nate Raymond and Andrew Chung

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice plans to sue New York City over widespread violations of the civil rights of teenage inmates at the Rikers Island jail complex, it said on Thursday, raising the prospect of years of federal oversight of the troubled jail.


The move by Preet Bharara, the U.S. attorney for New York's southern district, followed a report in August that found there was a pattern of violent abuse of 16- to 18-year-old male inmates by guards and by others held at Rikers.



"Today, we have taken a legal step we believe is necessary to ensure that critically important reforms are implemented at Rikers Island," Bharara told reporters at a press conference. "In our view, at the end of the day, there must be a court-ordered agreement."


Bharara is seeking a legal agreement known as a consent decree, which typically also entails the court appointing monitors to oversee that the promised changes are being made, he said.

Only a handful of the country's thousands of jails, prisons and mental hospitals have problems serious enough to warrant the Justice Department's attention each year under the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act, or CRIPA, under which the lawsuit would be filed.


The statute gives the department the power to carry out a civil investigation into broader systemic problems of inmate abuse, as opposed to a more narrow criminal investigation into misconduct by individual guards and other employees.


The Justice Department, which opened an investigation into the conditions at Rikers in 2012, says the city has allowed guards to routinely batter inmates, sometimes even after the inmates had been cuffed. The department's report also criticized the heavy use of solitary confinement and lack of management oversight, among other complaints.



Bharara's office has been in settlement talks with the city for the last several months and hoped to reach a deal, but court papers filed in federal court in Manhattan Thursday said that "thus far, insufficient progress has been made."

The proposed lawsuit said the problems at Rikers showed "deliberate indifference to the safety and health" of the inmates, many of whom are unconvicted defendants awaiting trial.
 
  
Mayor Bill de Blasio's office and the city's Department of Correction, which have not disputed the report's findings, as well as the city's powerful jail guard's union did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

The mayor, who took office in January and has repeatedly said conditions at Rikers are deplorable, announced an end to the practice of solitary confinement during a visit to the jail on Wednesday.

If other large urban prisons investigated by the Justice Department are any guide, New York City may only be at the start of a protracted process.


The Los Angeles County Jail has been struggling to address the findings of a CRIPA investigation for 12 years, according to the Justice Department.


Officials overseeing the Cook County Jail in Chicago signed a consent decree with the Justice Department in 2010, and four court-appointed monitors have overseen the jail since then.



This blog has been shifted!(Due to Censorship) Blog has been shifted to:
http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/ 
Articles and videos from now on will be posted at:
Underground America Inc.
Follow on YouTube
and Twitter


NEW!! Underground Forum Post anything!!
PLEASE EXCUSE OUR DUST -C.RICE

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Merry Christmas from General Strike to end Corruption

The Pause of Mr. Claus
By Arlo Guthrie

This next song we're going to dedicate to a great American organization. I'd like to dedicate this to our boys in the F.B.I.



Well wait a minute it's hard to be an F.B.I. man. I mean first of all, to be an F.B.I. man you have to be over 40 years old and the reason is it takes at least 25 years with the organization to be that much of a bastard. 
 

Well it's true, you can't just join. It needs an atmosphere where your natural bastardness can grow and develop and take a meaningful shape in today's complex society.



That's not why I wanna dedicate this song to the F.B.I. I mean the job they have to do, is a drag. I mean they have to follow people around, you know that's part of their job.



Follow me around. I'm out on the highway and I'm drivin' down the road and I run out of gas, I pull over to the side of the road, they got to pull over too, make believe that they ran out.



I go to get some gas, they have to  figure out whether to stick with the car or follow me. Suppose I don't come back and their stayin' with the car? Or if I fly on the airplane, sometimes I get there and there's only one seat. Suppose he gets on and fills the last seat? So you can't get on, then he gets off, then you can get on and what's he going to do.



Well it's a drag for him, but that's not why I wanna dedicate this song to the F.B.I. During these hard days and hard weeks, everybody always has it bad once and awhile. 



You know you have a bad time of it and you always have a friend that says "hey man, you ain't got it that bad-look at that guy". And you look at that guy and he's got it worst than you. And it makes you feel better that somebodies got it worse than you. But think of the last guy for one minute.



Think of the last guy, nobodies got it worst then that guy, nobody in the world.

That guy, he's so alone in the world, that he doesn't have a street to lay in for a truck to run him over.



He's out there with nothin'. Nothin's happenin' for that cat. And all he has to do, to create a little excitement in his own life, is to bum a quarter from somewhere, call up the F.B.I.



And when the F.B.I. answers, say I dig ISIS. And I'm inviting Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and his friends over for dinner.
 

Then hang up the phone. And within two minutes and not two minutes from when he hangs up the phone, but two minutes from when he first put the quarter in, they got 30 thousand feet of tape rollin'. Files on tape, pictures, movies, dramas, actions on tape. Then they send out a half million people all across the entire world, the globe, to find out all they can about this guy. 
 

'Cause there's a number of questions involved in this guy. I mean if he was the last guy in the world, how'd he get a quarter to call the F.B.I.? There are plenty of people who aren't the last guy that can't get quarters. He comes along, he gets a quarter. I mean if he had to bum a quarter to call the F.B.I., how was he going to serve dinner, for all those people?



How could the last guy make dinner for all those people and if he could make dinner and was going to make dinner then why'd he called the F.B.I?

They find out all those questions within two minutes and that's a great thing about America. 



I mean this is the only country in the world, well it's not the only country in the world that could find out stuff in two minutes. But it's the only country in the world that would take two minutes for that guy. Other countries would say he's the last guy, f'em, you know. But in America, there is no discrimination and there is no hypocrisy. 'Cause they'll get anybody. And that's a wonderful thing about America. 



And that's why tonight, I'd like to dedicate this to every F.B.I. man in the audience. I know you can't say nothin'. Ya know you can't get up and say: "hey", 'cause then everybody knows that you're an F.B.I. man. And that's a drag for you and your friends. Their not really your friends, are they?  

So you can't get up and say nothin'. 'Cause otherwise, you got to get sent back to the factory. And that's a drag for you. And an expense for the government.  And that's a drag for you.  
 

We're going to sing you this Christmas carol. This is for all you bastards in the audience. It's called 'the Pause of Mr. Claus'.

Why do you sit there so strange?

Is it because you are beautiful.

You must think you are deranged.
 
Why do police guys beat on peace guys?

You must think Santa Claus weird, he has long hair and a beard. Giving his presents for free.

Why do police guys mess with peace guys?

"Lets get Santa Claus."

'Cause Santa Claus has a beard, he must be a terrorist.



He has long hair, could be a pacifist.

What's in that pipe that he's smoking?

Santa wears a red suit, must be a Communist.



Why do police guys beat on peace guys?

Mr. Claus delivers suspicious packages in the middle of the night, let's kidnap him, ship him out of the country & torture him, 'cause were so uptight.



Merry Christmas from General Strike to end Corruption.



This blog has been shifted!(Due to Censorship) Blog has been shifted to:
http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/ 
Articles and videos from now on will be posted at:
Underground America Inc.
Follow on YouTube
and Twitter


NEW!! Underground Forum Post anything!!
PLEASE EXCUSE OUR DUST -C.RICE

Saturday, December 13, 2014

FBI Aids Terrorist Death Ray Plot to Foil Terrorist Death Ray Plot

By sean June 26, 2013 SodaHead

Why are undercover FBI agents always actively setting up terrorist plots and foiling them?

Well, it appears they may be running out of new ideas. The most recent to come out in the mainstream media actually involved a death ray.

That’s right — a death ray.

The Atlantic Wire reports:

“First, the plan allegedly crafted by [Glendon] Crawford and alleged co-conspirator Eric J. Feight was ridiculous — the death ray wouldn’t work. The plan involved mounting a remote-control operated X-ray laser on top of a truck to kill people without them noticing.



Second, the death ray was inoperable. Crawford and Feight never got a real radiation source.



Third, the death ray was built with the help of the FBI. The undercover FBI agents or informants gave Crawford the tools to build his death ray — X-ray tubes — and technical specs on how to use it. (The specs were altered to change their output capacity.) Crawford had some engineering experience, and was trying to figure out how to make them more powerful. An FBI informant also financed the plot, giving Feight $1,000 to build the remote control device.


Undercover agents told Feight they’d get him access to an X-ray assembly facility…”

Related article: FBI Agents Dating Drug Dealers, Paying for Sex

The list goes on and on about how, without the FBI, this would not have even happened (or at least never even remotely become a reality), and the men were unsure of the plan and were reluctant to actually kill anyone anyway.

Just as in nearly every other supposed terrorist plot since 9/11, the FBI has been involved in provocateuring alleged suspects from start to finish. That includes goading on the patsy, providing any bomb making materials and other weaponry necessary, typically funding the ‘project’ and frequently pointing those involved towards high-value symbolic targets.

Once the plot is disrupted, the events are generally played up in the media as yet another attempted terror plot the public at large were saved from, and the role of FBI “sting” operation is casually mentioned later in the story, long after the headline has made national/global impact.

Wash, rinse, repeat. This tactic deliberately perpetuates the myth of terrorism that statistically harms very few people as compared with other real dangers in the world, but is framed in the media as a critical event (actually aiding in instilling the perpetrators’ intended terror). The Brookings Institute think tank even dubbed the resultant syndrome as the “CNN Effect”, where skewed media reports and the perception of immediate danger are purposefully played up and exaggerated in people’s minds.

Worse, these pseudo-events portray the supposed threat of a single individual or small group of individuals — who might decide to attack society — while obscuring the real build up of military and government powers that pose a far greater threat.



This blog has been shifted!(Due to Censorship) Blog has been shifted to:
http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/ 
Articles and videos from now on will be posted at:
Underground America Inc.
Follow on YouTube
and Twitter


NEW!! Underground Forum Post anything!!
PLEASE EXCUSE OUR DUST -C.RICE

FBI Investigates MPD Officers In Gambling Case; Arrests Expected

The article that you are looking for is no longer here.

American justice and American democracy are corrupt. In America, there's one set of laws and taxes for the rich and another set for everyone else. Now that the law is lawless, I created CopsRCorrupt.com. And I will teach the people how to get free college textbooks, how to beat your courts, your laws, your surveillance, your drug test and more for free. Because America is suppose to be "of the people, for the people, by the people", not just for the rich with slave labor and high taxes for everyone else.



Blog has moved to: http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/ 

Articles and videos will be posted at:


Underground America Inc.


Follow on YouTube
and Twitter

Race War or Civil War: Marchers met with Racial Slurs and violent Counter-Demonstrations

The article that you are looking for is no longer here.

American justice and American democracy are corrupt. In America, there's one set of laws and taxes for the rich and another set for everyone else. Now that the law is lawless, I created CopsRCorrupt.com. And I will teach the people how to get free college textbooks, how to beat your courts, your laws, your surveillance, your drug test and more for free. Because America is suppose to be "of the people, for the people, by the people", not just for the rich with slave labor and high taxes for everyone else.



Blog has moved to: http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/ 

Articles and videos will be posted at:


Underground America Inc.


Follow on YouTube
and Twitter

"If this can happen to me,..."

The article that you are looking for is no longer here.

American justice and American democracy are corrupt. In America, there's one set of laws and taxes for the rich and another set for everyone else. Now that the law is lawless, I created CopsRCorrupt.com. And I will teach the people how to get free college textbooks, how to beat your courts, your laws, your surveillance, your drug test and more for free. Because America is suppose to be "of the people, for the people, by the people", not just for the rich with slave labor and high taxes for everyone else.



Blog has moved to: http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/ 

Articles and videos will be posted at:


Underground America Inc.


Follow on YouTube
and Twitter

Friday, December 12, 2014

Twitter Sues US Government Over Controversial Surveillance Requests

The article that you are looking for is no longer here.

American justice and American democracy are corrupt. In America, there's one set of laws and taxes for the rich and another set for everyone else. Now that the law is lawless, I created CopsRCorrupt.com. And I will teach the people how to get free college textbooks, how to beat your courts, your laws, your surveillance, your drug test and more for free. Because America is suppose to be "of the people, for the people, by the people", not just for the rich with slave labor and high taxes for everyone else.



Blog has moved to: http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/ 

Articles and videos will be posted at:


Underground America Inc.


Follow on YouTube
and Twitter