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Rape and Torture: Just the Tip of the Iceburg, Why Cheney really tortured innocent Iraqi's


Dick Cheney wanted to invade Iraq and overthrow Saddam

This had been published in 1997, in the Dick Cheney instigated PNAC documents and website, the Neocon agenda to overthrow 6 Middle East regimes by force, destabilize most of the Middle East and instigate perpetual war.

Dick Cheney wanted to show a connection between Saddam and Al-Qaeda and 9/11

Dick Cheney knew that Saddam and Osama Bin Laden were ideological enemies and there were no connections between them.

Saddam ran a secular regime and had to suppress Islamic Extremism within Iraq (and the wider Muslim world) in order to remain in power.

Osama Bin Laden's stated aim was to set up a Global Caliphate and institute Sharia Law.

Dick Cheney knew there was no evidence to connect Saddam with 9/11 because Dick Cheney knew that Saddam Hussein had nothing to do with it. See 4.

Dick Cheney knew there are two main ways of producing false information by getting people to tell lies

You can bribe people to tell lies.

You can th…

Drug cartels funded DEA sex parties

By Amy R. Connolly UPI

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents participated in "sex parties" with prostitutes paid for by drug cartels for a period of several years, according to a report released by the Justice Department's watchdog group.

Seven of the 10 DEA agents involved, most who held "top secret" clearance, admitted to attending the parties and some were suspended as a result, the Justice Department's inspector general inquiry found. The report does not specify where the parties occurred, but many news outlets have said they took place in Colombia.

"Many of these agents were alleged to have engaged in this high-risk sexual behavior while at their government-leased quarters, raising the possibility that DEA equipment and information also may have been compromised as a result of the agents' conduct," said the 131-page report by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz. The report, a review of sexual misconduct allegations i…

Take Direct Action against the Police

By The Peaceful Streets Project

The popularity of cop watching as a direct action tactic has been surging nationally. In the aftermath of the unjust killing of Michael Brown, and particularly the overly aggressive and violent actions that the various law enforcement agencies took against those protesting Michael Brown’s killing, We Copwatch (led by our friend and ally Jacob Crawford) teamed up with the Canfield Watchmen (led by David Whitt) to create a cop watching presence in Ferguson and the surrounding areas. Like the Peaceful Streets Project did in 2012, We Copwatch and the Canfield Watchmen raised thousands of dollars to put scores of cameras into the hands of the people so they could hold police accountable.

We were lucky to be able to learn from the successes and failures of cop watchers that came before us. Jacob Crawford and We Copwatch had been cop watching for years, and we were able to use their work as a guide for ours. But we also met members of the Austin Brown Berets wh…

50 Shades of American Injustice Part 1

Glenn Ford spent 30 years on death row for a murder he did not commit. Sentenced to die in the electric chair, he was sent to a Louisiana penitentiary in 1985. "My sons, when I left, was babies,” he said. “Now they’re grown men with babies.” Earlier this month, he was released at age 64, but his story doesn't end happily. He has stage-four lung cancer. He is expected to die within months. And the state of Louisiana doesn't want to pay the $330,000 it owes for destroying his life, as The Shreveport Times noted inan editorial denouncing the state's behavior.
The injustice is so outrageous that a former prosecutor who helped send Ford to death row, A.M. "Marty" Stroud III, has spoken out in a letter to the newspaper. He begins by denouncing "the audacity of the state's effort to deny Mr. Ford any compensation," noting, "there was no technicality here. Crafty lawyering did not secure the release of a criminal." He insists that Ford should …

More Torture photos showing rape and murder of detainees by US personnel and Americans are not ashamed, they're proud

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Mitch McConnell's dirty little secret

Mitch McConnell was classified 2-S ("Registrant deferred due to activity in study") on August 8th, 1962, and remained as such until May 4th, 1967. Source, through HillBilly Reports

He enlisted in either March 1967 or in July 1967 and served at Fort Knox in the 100th Division (Training) of the U.S. Army Reserve until  August 15, 1967. He was assigned Selective Service number 15-131-42-44.

His Wikipedia entry backs this up:
He graduated with honors from the University of Louisville with a B.A. in political science in 1964. McConnell was student body president and a member of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity. He has maintained strong ties to his alma mater and "remains a rabid fan of its sports teams."[6] Three years later, McConnell graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law, where he was president of the Student Bar Association.Addison M. McConnell, Jr., reported for duty as instructed, possibly in April or May, 1967. After that, though, things get murky. Con…

FBI agent charged with 64 counts in drug tampering case

By Christopher Rice

Matthew Lowry, formerly a special agent with the agency's Washington field office, tampered with hundreds of grams of heroin seized during drug investigations in 2013 and 2014, keeping it in his car for weeks or months, and periodically using it, according to charging documents filed in federal court in Washington, D.C., on Friday.

Lowry will face at least seven years in prison, prosecutors say.

The accusations against Lowry, 33, caused federal prosecutors to dismiss charges against at least 28 defendants in drug cases and notify 150 more that Lowry had participated in investigations targeting them, according to charging documents.

Related article: Why aren't police or the president drug tested?

Charging documents say Lowry took drugs that had been processed as evidence, removed heroin from evidence bags, and then added a cutting agent to account for the missing weight. He used a dietary supplement or a laxative as cutting agents, according to the documents.


(We all know) Prostitution should be legalized

By Christopher Rice

1. It can be taxed
2. It can be regulated
3. Sex workers can be screened for diseases
4. It would cut the economics right out from under organized crime.
5. For many unskilled/uneducated would give them a way to support themselves legally
6. As long as there are men and women...there will be men willing to pay...and women willing to accept money for sex. To think otherwise is delusional.

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.

The only two groups that are terrified of this are religious groups that feel a need to tell others how to live their lives...and women who don't put out...then wonder why their men cheat or visit prostitutes.

Any rational thinking person can clearly see the benefits of legalized prostitution.

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Why is it illegal to pay for something that is perfectly le…

Can you pass the written police officer exam?

By Christopher Rice

Do you have what it takes to protect and serve? Most police academies have a written entrance exam that tests verbal, mathematical, and reasoning abilities.  

As there is no national or standardized police exam, this quiz consists of a compilation of sample police test questions. The questions come from various police departments across the country, from county sheriff departments to the US Capitol police department. Therefore, this quiz does not represent an actual police test. Rather, it gives a sense of the kinds of questions that may be asked on an actual police exam.

Q. A car was stolen downtown. Four eyewitnesses wrote down the license plate number, but each wrote down a different number. Which answer is most likely correct?

1. PLU 015
2. RJW 005
3. RJU 015
4. RJW 015
5. the black guy did it.

A. 'RJW 015' contains the most repeating elements. 'RJW' was noted twice and '015' was noted three times. Or if you answered the black guy did it, that a…