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Google deleted Student News last night and Underground America the night before

By Christopher Rice

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.

Hi, Student News is no more. Google deleted last night. That is the bad news. The good news is I already own the URL and I can rebuild that site. The bad news is after buying all of the URLs last month (just in case Google pulled something like this) we no longer have the funds to run and maintain the site. And to be honest, I haven't seen a dime from any of the ads we recently placed on our sites, they don't perform any where near expected (averages about one dollar a day) and there are no donations coming in. So to be perfectly blunt if the knowledge I'm sharing isn't worth the price of a newspaper or a Frappuccino to you than why should I waste my precious time entertaining and educating you?
I don't have a news crew, f…

Last night Google deleted Underground America Inc.

Hi, everyone. Last night Google deleted

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UPDATE: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.

BANNED by Google BANNED by Facebook BANNED in the USA.


Christopher Rice

PS Just before being deleted Underground America Inc. published an article on how sheriffs were requesting Google to remove an app that locates where police officers are. The article went on to mention how Google has always been a "good corporate citizen" and worked hand in glove with the NYPD and US government. We ran this pic with that article...

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The DEA has been spying on millions of US drivers for years

By Lizzie Plaugic

The United States Justice Department is tracking millions of vehicles nationwide as part of a secret intelligence-gathering program, The Wall Street Journal reports. The surveillance program is part of the Drug Enforcement Administration's plan to build a database plotting the movements of vehicles around the country.

The program, which scans and records license plates, has been in place for years. A spokesperson for the Justice Department told the Journal that the license plate-reader program is "not new," but where it was previously used to combat drug cartels and seize valuables, it is now being used to solve criminal cases like homicide and kidnapping. DEA documents obtained by the ACLU under the Freedom of Information Act show the license plate-reader program dating back to 2008.

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 mo…

N.Y. Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver accused of $4 million bribery and kickback scheme, Dems continue to support him

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Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver declared his innocence Thursday after facing bombshell federal corruption charges of soliciting $4 million in dirty money over the last 15 years.

“I am confident that after a full hearing and due process, I will be vindicated of these charges,” a relaxed Silver announced after his release on $200,000 bond following a Manhattan Federal Court hearing.

Silver, spied earlier taking an uncomfortable ride to the courthouse alongside an FBI agent, made his brief appearance after U.S. Attorney Preet Bhahara blasted him as the epitome of a corrupt politician.

“For many years, New Yorkers have asked the question, ‘How could Speaker Silver, one of the most powerful men in New York, earn millions of dollars in outside income without deeply compromising his ability to honestly serve his constituents?’” said Bharara.

“Today we provide the answer: He didn’t.”

The stunning five-count criminal co…

New radar lets law enforcement peek into homes

Privacy is a growing concern for many as technology -- and the snooping it enables -- continues to grow. It's no surprise, then, that concerns have been raised about a new radar technology that provides law enforcement agencies with the ability to "see" through the walls of one's home from the outside -- something sensitive enough to pick up breathing and motion, and to identify the approximate location of anyone inside. Police have been silently acquiring and utilizing the technology for more than two years, spurring complaints.

Fifty or more law enforcement agencies in the United States have quietly acquired the radars, among them being the Marshals Service and the FBI. With these, police and agents can check whether a house is occupied from a distance of more than 50ft., something they say is essential to officer safety by letting them know, for example, whether someone is hiding inside.

Others, included among them being judges, have expressed concerns with…

Obamacare helping campaign contributors/big business not workers

By Wendell Potter

In coming weeks, we can expect the Republican-controlled Congress to push two Obamacare bills that would hike profits for some businesses. What we can’t expect, from either Republicans or Democrats, unfortunately, is any effort to help families, even those with insurance, to stay out of bankruptcy court because of mounting medical bills.

Another inevitable attempt to repeal the whole law  won’t go anywhere because there are still enough Democrats in the Senate to block it.  But the bills to assist businesses—especially those that make generous campaign contributions—just might reach the President’s desk.

One of those measures  would redefine a full-time worker under Obamacare’s employer mandate provision from someone who works 30 hours a week to one who works 40 hours weekly.  The other piece of legislation would repeal the 2.3 percent tax on medical devices that helps pay for expanding coverage to the previously uninsured.

Republicans and some Democrats contend that bot…

Body Count: Inmates dying due to lack of healthcare AGAIN

Months after he landed in Florida's Manatee County Jail, Jovon Frazier's pleas for treatment of the intense pain that radiated from his left shoulder to his elbow were met mostly with Tylenol.

"It really hurts! HELP!" Frazier, then 18, wrote the second time he asked for care, in August 2009.

"I need to see a doctor!" he wrote on his eighth request form, after an X-ray came back negative. "I done put a lot of sick calls in & ya'll keep sending me back and ain't tell me nothing."

Four months later, after Frazier's 13th request resulted in hospitalization and doctors quickly diagnosed bone cancer, his arm had to be amputated, according to a lawsuit filed by his family.

But the cancer spread and Frazier died in 2011, months after his release.
As an inmate, his medical care had been managed not by the county sheriff's office that runs the jail, but by a private company under contract.

That company, Corizon Health Inc., is under growing pr…

Class Action Law suit against police departments conducting prostitution stings

By Christopher Rice
Originally prostitution stings were conducted to save children, or so we were told. Something everyone supported.

Then we were told that the stings were conducted to rescue working women and while they were conducted professionally they were also generally supported.

Then we were told that the stings would only be effective if they were conducted against the "johns", and that their pictures had to be published, their careers and marriages had to be destroyed.

Then we were told that the places hosting the ads had to do this or that or just stop existing all together. And while many of us didn't support any of this we went along with it any ways. 

And as the federal government threw more and more money at this new unwinnable war much like the war on drugs, more and more hard working citizens got terrorized by their own government.

Then the FBI confiscated and arrested its webmaster.

Then local police stopped following procedures. Working gir…

Colorado policeman charged with murder shot victim in back

By Keith Coffman
DENVER (Reuters) - A policeman charged with murder in the shooting death of a man last year in a rural Colorado community shot the victim in the back when he posed no threat to the officer, court papers unsealed on Friday showed.

James Ashby, 31, is charged with second-degree murder in the October slaying of Jack Jacquez, 27, in the small farming town of Rocky Ford, about 135 miles southeast of Denver.

Details about the shooting emerged after Ashby was bound over for trial by Otero County District Court Judge Mark MacDonnell following a preliminary hearing on Thursday.

According to an arrest warrant affidavit filed by an agent with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, Ashby lied in his accounts of what led up to the confrontation and about the shooting itself.

Ashby told investigators he was patrolling in his car when he saw Jacquez riding his skateboard in the road. Ashby said he pulled up alongside him and asked hi…