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FBI: State Election Systems Were Hacked

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FBI: State Election Systems Were Hacked
By Tom BrantPCMag


EDITORS NOTE: Before I republish this old article from August 29, 2016 think about the recent scandal and how everyone's dealing with it. Did the Russians help Donald or is it just more fake news? Well long before Hillary lost and long before Obama claimed that our elections couldn't be hacked they were. And just like the boy who tells his mom someone ate all the cookies with crumbs on his chin only Donald claimed the elections were hacked.

Voter registration databases and other election systems in two states have been hacked, according to the FBI and local officials, who launched an investigation this month following the discovery of malicious software on a state computer.

In an Aug. 18 warning notice obtained by Yahoo News, the FBI said that hackers penetrated two state election databases in recent weeks. The warning lists several suspicious IP addresses and claims that hackers used "penetration testing" softw…

South Carolina man indicted for threats against Obama, Trump

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South Carolina man indicted for threats against Obama, Trump


A South Carolina man has been charged with threatening then-President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump last year.

The U.S. Attorney's Office announced Tuesday that a federal grand jury had indicted 30-year-old Kipper Ken King of Spartanburg on two counts of making the threats around November 28, 2016.

No details of the threat have been released, and indictments against King don't contain any other information. If convicted on the federal charges, King could be sentenced to five years in prison and $250,000 in fines.

Court documents list no attorney for King. He's scheduled to make an appearance in federal court on Friday.

Michigan teachers filmed playing 'F**k, Marry, Kill' about their special needs students

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Parents Outraged After Michigan School Teachers Caught Playing ‘Kill, F***, Marry’ Game About Teenage Students
By Christopher R Rice


Six months ago an autistic student wrote me about his teachers and how he was being tortured, restrained and told to commit suicide among other horrors, I published his story HERE. When a teacher saw the story on Facebook they reported it and had it removed. The article is now blocked by Facebook as inappropriate.

I also published follow-up articles on restraints being used in US public schools HERE, how those same restraints lead to American children being murdered by their teachers HERE.

And now this...

Parents are furious and demanding answers from the school board in Bangor, Mich. after a video surfaced of a group of its teachers making inappropriate comments about killing and having sexual relations with their students, including one with special needs.

A group of seven staff members from Bangor High School, including multiple teachers, were recor…

US official: Russia deployed missile in violation of treaty

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US official: Russia deployed missile in violation of treaty By Robert Burns and Christopher R Rice Associated Press


President Trump requested Michael Flynn’s resignation after a weekslong review of his contacts with a Russian diplomat led Trump to conclude he could no longer trust his national security adviser, the White House said Tuesday. But the internal investigation, led by Trump’s government lawyer, found that Flynn hadn’t violated the law.

“The evolving and eroding level of trust as a result of this situation and a series of other questionable instances is what led the president to ask for Gen. Flynn’s resignation,” press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters.
The Obama administration three years ago accused the Russians of violating the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty by developing and testing the prohibited cruise missile, and officials had anticipated that Moscow eventually would deploy it. Russia denies that it has violated the INF treaty.

U.S. intelligence age…

Wife, stepson charged with murder in death of Missouri KKK leader

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Wife, stepson charged with murder in death of Missouri KKK leader
By MICHAEL EDISON HAYDEN and JULIA JACOBO Hood Morning America


The wife of Frank Ancona, a Ku Klux Klan leader who had been missing for several days and was found dead on a Missouri riverbank yesterday, has been charged with murder, along with her son, according to local authorities.

Malissa Ancona, 44, was arrested Sunday evening on a first-degree murder charge and is being held without bond at the St. Francois County Jail, Deputy Jason Chandler of the St. Francois County Sheriff's Department told ABC News.

Malissa Ancona's 24-year-old son, Paul Edward Jinkerson Jr., was arrested today and charged with first-degree murder, armed criminal action, tampering with physical evidence and abandonment of a corpse, Chandler added. Jinkerson is also being held without bond.

It is unclear if either suspect has obtained an attorney. Initial court appearances have not yet been scheduled, Chandler said.

Frank Ancona, 51, who was…

KKK 'imperial wizard' found dead on a Missouri riverbank

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KKK 'imperial wizard' found dead on a Missouri riverbank
By MICHAEL EDISON HAYDEN Hood Morning America


The body of a Ku Klux Klan leader who had been missing for several days was found on a Missouri riverbank, according to police.

Frank Ancona, who was a 51-year-old self-proclaimed imperial wizard of a KKK chapter near St. Louis, according to a website promoting the group, was found dead by a family who had gone to the Big River in Missouri to go fishing, according to Daily Journal, a local newspaper.

Ancona was last seen heading for work on Wednesday morning by his wife, the Daily Journal reported.

The Washington County Sheriff's Office referred ABC News to a statement about Ancona's death on their Facebook page.

"On Friday the Washington County Sheriff's Office learned of the disappearance of Frank Ancona who was missing from Leadwood Missouri. During this time, we were also informed Mr. Ancona's vehicle had been located by a United States Federal For…

31 people voted twice in Michigan election

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31 people voted twice in Michigan election
By Ed White, Associated Press


DETROIT (AP) — At least 31 people could face criminal charges after voting twice in Michigan in the fall election, an official said Thursday.
Separately, the state Bureau of Elections said human error, not fraud or equipment failure, caused mismatches between the number of ballots cast in some Detroit precincts and the number of voters.

The agency's investigation followed a partial statewide recount of the presidential race, which raised questions about the safeguarding of ballots in Detroit. A judge stopped the recount after three days, although officials said it would not have changed President Donald Trump's slim victory in Michigan over Hillary Clinton.

Before the recount was halted, there was an attempt to recount ballots in 263 Detroit precincts. But 68 precincts didn't qualify because the number of ballots didn't match the number of people who showed up to vote.

Some ballots, for example, w…
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