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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

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Drug counsellors overdose on fentanyl while supervising addicts at Pennsylvania halfway house

By IBT


Two counsellors overdosed on fentanyl while supervising recovering addicts at a halfway house in Chester County, Pennsylvania, on Monday 22 May.

Police said their deaths illustrated the scale of the fentanyl epidemic gripping North America.

The dead men were the only members of staff responsible for six others trying to beat drug addiction at the privately run Freedom Ridge Recovery Lodge in West Brandywine.

They were found unresponsive in separate bedrooms by the residents they were supposed to be caring for on Monday (22 May) at around 2.15pm.

Police pronounced both men, who have not been named, dead at the scene.

They also found needles, syringes and bags containing fentanyl-laced heroin near their bodies in bags marked with superman logos and a skull and cross bones 'Danger' symbol.

"If anybody is wondering how bad the opioid epidemic has become, this case is a frightening example," said District Attorney Hogan.

"Opioids are a monster that is slowly consuming our population," he added.

The Freedom Lodge website has since been removed from the internet and it is not known what effect the traumatic incident had on the residents' recovery programs.

The dead counsellors were responsible for the guests' therapeutic treatment and controlling any medication they may need while they stayed at the leafy retreat.

One of them made efforts to revive a counsellor with an opioid blocking nalaxone shot – but it was too late.

"The staff members in charge of supervising recovering addicts succumbed to their own addiction and died of opioid overdoses," Hogan said.

The DA warned drug users in Pennsylvania to be on the look out for bags of heroin marked with the superman logo or 'Danger' sign.

"They appear to be heroin laced with fentanyl and are likely to kill anybody who uses them," he said.

"We will not even let law enforcement handle them without special precautions because of the extreme danger of death or injury."

Earlier this month, an Ohio police officer overdosed on fentanyl after brushing it off his shirt following a drugs bust.

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid 100 times stronger than street heroin. It has being linked to increasing numbers of drug deaths worldwide.

EDITORS NOTE: See boyz and gurls things are just as fucked up in America as I've been saying. Even the drug councilors are on drugs for Christsakes. We use to wait for the marines to save us and bring us democracy but then we read a government report that they are all doped up too.  

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Police issue 'plea' to find owner of $1,600 crack cocaine placed in lost and found box

By Josh Robbins IBT


EDITORS NOTE: I haven't even read this article yet and I'm ready to call the po po for the first time in my life and claim that crack. I'm sure it can't be that easy though, I'm always tricked by that commercial for that rehab that starts off "want some crack?" I don't even watch television anymore but whenever I hear that in the background I sit up at attention. And my first though is, my God we can buy crack from the TV, this is a great country, God bless.. and before I can finish that thought that asshole comes on telling me this was a commercial for the addiction network. Now I'm depressed, got my hopes up for nothing. I hate TV, it's all fake.

A police force in Pennsylvania has issued a plea to find the owner of $1,600 (£1,250) of property left in a car park outside a shopping centre – several rocks of crack cocaine.

Wilkes-Barre Township Police Department made the unlikely announcement on their Facebook page on Wednesday 24 May.

EDITORS NOTE: Okay it looks like this title is just click bait unless I read it all wrong I thought someone left some crack in a "lost and found box." The article says something completely different, I feel so depressed again. Help me readers, I need some crack or some E. 

The drugs were left in the car park of Wilkes-Barre Township Commons Shopping Centre.

So far, no one has come forward to claim their illicit goods, which the force say has been put in their 'lost and found' box for safe keeping.

EDITORS NOTE: Damn now we're back at the lost and found. I don't think any sane person is going to call the po po for their stolen crack since their not even trying to retrieve their fucking car. Maybe the po po should check with the DMV? Oops, I think I just solved this case and all I really wanted was some fucking crack, goddamnit.

Despite the light-hearted tone of the post, police were still keen to remind the owner that their absent-mindedness could have had serious consequences.
They warned that a child could have stumbled across the drugs.

The post has now been shared over 1,000 times and attracted hundreds of comments from Facebook users.

Local residents were upset to hear that such a large amount of drugs had been found in the small township.

"That's sad because you have little children out here, so never know what could happen, a child could have found that," said Ikea Delarge told WNEP.

Brian Gomez said: "That's crazy. I wouldn't expect that around here. I don't see how you could drop that amount of drugs out here," said Brian Gomez of Wilkes-Barre."

EDITORS NOTE: That's not a lot of drugs unless you're six or something. Really, a couple of crack heads would have that gone before you could post to Facebook. Did you see that one guys name is "Ikea", how fucked up is that? 

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Professors take same ‘smart drugs’ as students to keep up with workloads, claims academic

By Rachael Pells


University professors are taking the same banned ‘smart’ drugs as their students to help them get through heavy workloads, a Cambridge University academic has said.

As many as one in five professors admit using drugs such as Modafinil to help them concentrate in meetings and prepare grant applications, The Times reported.

According to Dr Hannah Critchlow, a neuroscience researcher at the top-ranking institution, hundreds of students had also admitted to buying smart drugs online in the hope of being able to “expand their mind”.

Speaking at the Hay Festival, she said the drugs that were typically being bought were the same ones commonly prescribed by doctors for Alzheimer’s sufferers.

Last year, The Independent reported that more UK students were turning “brain boosting” drugs including Modafinil and Noopept than  ever before.

While it is illegal to sell either drug in the UK without a prescription, it is not illegal to buy them, and a number of community groups on social media website suggest the stimulants are readily available to order.

The Home Office has warned against the potentially dangerous effects of Noopept – a fine white powder said to boost memory recall.

Negative side effects reported including feeling anxious or jittery, acting “out of character,” severe migraines and an increased heart rate.

Previous surveys suggest such drugs have become increasingly popular with students – with one suggesting as many as 25 per cent had taken them as a way of coping with workload pressures and increased emphasis on scoring good grades as higher education becomes an ever costlier endeavour.

Speaking at the festival, Dr Critchlow said smart drugs did appear to increase working memory, but warned the long-term effects were not yet clear.

After revealing that 20 per cent of academic professors had admitted to taking them, Dr Critchlow warned of the dangers of buying them on the internet.

“[These are] drugs that are usually prescribed for patients who have attention hyperactivity disorder or Alzheimer’s to help with their memory or focus,” she said.

According to the Global Drug Survey’s 2016 report, Dark Web drug markets are growing, with almost on in 10 participants admitting to having bought some form of drug of the internet at some point in their life.

More recently, the research body found the proportion of UK drug users turning to dark web had doubled in just three years.

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Massachusetts heroin trade crackdown leads to 30 arrests

By Reuters


A crackdown on Massachusetts' heroin trade led to the arrests of 30 people on Tuesday on charges they were running a drug-trafficking ring that law enforcement officials said was one of the largest they had ever seen in the state.

Authorities said 27 people were arrested in early-morning raids around Lawrence and charged with running a ring that dealt heroin, cocaine and the deadly painkiller fentanyl in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. Three people already had been in custody.

About 200 federal, state and local law enforcement officials were involved in the sweep, which authorities dubbed Operation Bad Company, following an investigation that began in April 2016. The operation included phones taps in a house in Lawrence that served as the ring's "stash house," according to court papers unsealed on Tuesday.

Lawrence, a former mill town, is about 30 miles north of Boston near the New Hampshire border.

The alleged leaders of the ring, Juan Anibal Patrone, 26, and Josuel Moises Patrone-Gonzalez, 22, are dual citizens of the Dominican Republic and Italy, according to the U.S. Attorney's office in Massachusetts. It was not immediately clear whether either of the two had hired an attorney.

A spike in U.S. overdose deaths linked to heroin, fentanyl and other opioid drugs has prompted a national crackdown on the trade by U.S. law enforcement. Heroin-related overdose deaths quadrupled from 2010 to 2015, when they hit 13,000, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Marijuana trafficker sentenced to federal prison

By Anthony Borrelli


For 10 years, a Delaware County man was "in and out" of the marijuana trafficking business. He handled between 20 and 30 pounds of marijuana at one point, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office, using firearms to protect the drugs and thousands of dollars in proceeds.

After admitting his guilt on two charges, Willem Joosse, 37, was sentenced Thursday in Binghamton's federal courthouse to 2 ¾ years in prison. He pleaded to felony counts of possessing firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking crimes and conspiracy to possess and distribute a controlled substance.

According to prosecutors, Joosse used encrypted phones to place orders for marijuana and had another person deliver marijuana to a customer on Long Island.

When agents from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration showed up at Joosse's home in Hobart, Delaware County, in October 2011, officials informed him he was the subject of a long term investigation into marijuana trafficking, court papers said.

Joosse admitted to the federal investigators he had been "in and out" of marijuana trafficking for a decade, according to court papers.

He started out buying up to five pounds of marijuana and eventually worked up to sales ranging from 20 to 30 pounds, court papers said.

The drug trafficking conspiracy charge he admitted to accused him of crimes between October 2009 and October 2011.

Investigators seized $155,000 in profits from marijuana sales at Joosse's residence in October 2011, along with a handgun and a stolen shotgun. Just under a half-pound of marijuana was also seized, court papers said.

The federal grand jury indicted Joosse in December 2015, bringing three felony counts. He remained on supervised release after being charged and following his guilty plea in August 2016.

Prosecutors, in pursuit of at least 5 years in prison, argued Joosse's prior conviction for misdemeanor criminal possession of a weapon and a February 2017 arrest for alleged intoxicated snowmobiling with a blood alcohol content of 0.18 percent cast "serious doubt on his readiness to conform his conduct to the law."

Assistant Federal Public Defender Gene V. Primomo, in court papers, said his client's extensive support from family and friends were strong predictors he would not return to the "easy money" of the drug trade.

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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Medical Marijuana Could Cost Big Pharma

By CannabisNews


Once the federal government finally allows medical marijuana to become a legitimate part of the healthcare industry, Big Pharma could suffer the loss of billions of dollars, a new report finds.

It seems the pharmaceutical trade has more than enough reasons to fear the legalization of marijuana, as an analysis conducted by the folks at New Frontier Data predicts the legal use of cannabis products for ailments ranging from chronic pain to seizures could cost marketers of modern medicine somewhere around $4 billion per year.

The report was compiled using a study released last year from the University of Georgia showing a decrease in Medicare prescriptions in states where medical marijuana is legal. The study, which was first outlined by the Washington Post, was largely responsible for stirring up the debate over how a legitimate cannabis market might be able to reduce the national opioid problem. It found that medical marijuana, at least with respect to those drugs for which it is considered an alternative treatment, was already costing pill manufactures nearly $166 million annually.

Researchers at New Frontier identified nine key areas where medical marijuana will do the most damage to the pharmaceutical market — castrating drug sales for medicines designed to treat anxiety, chronic pain, epilepsy, post-traumatic stress disorder, sleep disorders, nerve pain, chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, Tourette syndrome and glaucoma.

By digging deep into each condition, researchers found that if cannabis was used an alternative treatment in only a small percentage of cases, it could strip in upwards of $5 billion from pharmaceutical industry’s $425 billion market.

Although that may not sound like much of a dent, John Kagia, executive vice president of industry analytics for New Frontier, said, “The impact of medical cannabis legalization is not going to be enormously disruptive to the pharmaceutical industry.”

The report specifically calls out drug giant Pfizer Inc, suggesting that medical marijuana could suck a half billion dollars from its $53 billion in annual sales revenue.

It is distinctly possible that the latest report paints an accurate portrait of the impact medical marijuana could have on the pharmaceutical trade — that is, unless the drug manufactures decide to get in on the cannabis business.

GW Pharmaceuticals and Insys Therapeutics are already developing cannabis-based medications that are set to come to market in the near future. Depending how medicinal cannabis regulations eventually shake out with the federal government, it is conceivable that the medical marijuana programs that we have come to know would disappear, with the pharmaceutical companies being the only ones profiting from this alternative medicine.

Some experts say federal legalization would change the cannabis industry in ways that would be unsatisfactory to most in the business.

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Vermont’s D.I.Y. Approach on Marijuana

By CannabisNews


Vermont is on the verge of becoming the ninth state to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, but, being Vermont, it is taking an earthier, grow-it-yourself approach — one that could become a model for others.

Vermont is not asking voters to approve a ballot proposal and it is not allowing for-profit businesses to grow and sell the drug, at least not right away. Instead, its lawmakers passed a bill this month that would let people 21 and older keep two flowering and four young marijuana plants at home. In addition, people 21 and older could possess up to one ounce of the drug. The bill would also create an independent commission to propose legislation that could later be used to create a regulated market for marijuana with commercial growers and retailers.

Vermont’s path resembles that of the District of Columbia, where residents voted in 2014 to let people 21 and older grow up to six marijuana plants. Proponents of the home-grow model say it represents a third approach that falls somewhere between criminalizing use of the drug and creating a market in which businesses have an incentive to encourage marijuana use.

A big benefit of the Vermont bill is that it gives lawmakers time to study the effects of legalization before deciding whether to allow marijuana businesses. Governments could use that time to come up with regulations to keep teenagers and young adults from using the drug, since there is some evidence that marijuana can have adverse effects on the developing brain. This should be appealing to lawmakers who recognize the problems associated with the war on drugs but are worried that allowing commercial sales could lead to the marijuana equivalent of Big Tobacco — a powerful industry that seeks to market its products to children and that lobbies lawmakers to rescind or water down public health regulations.

Gov. Phil Scott, a Republican, has until midnight Wednesday to sign or veto the Vermont bill, which will become law if he does neither. Mr. Scott says he will announce his decision on Wednesday. He ought to sign the bill for all the reasons other states have decided to end prohibition. The criminalization of marijuana has been a disaster, leading to long prison sentences for nonviolent drug offenders, who are disproportionately members of minorities. In addition, there is a growing body of evidence that the drug is not nearly as harmful as the federal and state governments have long thought.

Mr. Scott should also keep in mind that regardless of what he does, Vermonters will soon have easy access to legal weed. Last November voters in nearby Maine and Massachusetts approved proposals to legalize marijuana, and officials in the two states are developing the rules for regulated markets. Elsewhere in New England, Democratic lawmakers in Connecticut recently proposed legalizing the commercial sale of marijuana, and a Rhode Island House committee voted last week to create a commission to study the issue.

If Mr. Scott vetoes the bill, he will encourage people to drive across state lines to get their pot or to continue relying on the black market. It would be far better to sign this sensible measure and work with the Legislature to find the best ways to regulate markets in the future.

A version of this editorial appears in print on May 24, 2017, on Page A24 of the New York edition with the headline: Vermont’s D.I.Y. Approach on Marijuana.

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A First-of-Its-Kind Recreational Marijuana Bill Was Just Introduced in New Jersey

By FoxNews


Considering how unpopular marijuana was with the public during the mid-1990s, it's phenomenal to take a step back and witness just how rapidly pot's presence has grown in the United States over the past 21 years.

In 1996, California became the first state to legalize the use of medical cannabis for compassionate use. Since California, 27 additional states and Washington, D.C., have followed. Five new states legalized medical weed last year alone, including Pennsylvania and Ohio, which chose to do so entirely through the legislative process.

In 2012, Washington and Colorado became the first two states to legalize recreational marijuana for adult use. Since then, six additional states have legalized recreational pot, too. If not for Arizona's recreational weed initiative falling 2% short of passing in November, it would have been a clean sweep for pot initiatives this past election.

This expansion is founded upon a fundamental shift of opinion from the public (and to some degree legislators) on marijuana. According to a Gallup poll in 2016, 60% of respondents want to see cannabis legalized nationally, which compares to just 25% in 1995. This shift also allowed North American sales of legal weed (which includes Mexico and Canada, as well as recreational and medical sales) to jump 34% last year to $6.9 billion, per ArcView Market Research.

And this expansion could be far from done in North America. Our neighbors to the north are contemplating a bill to legalize recreational weed by the summer of 2018, while Mexico's legislature recently passed a bill to legalize medical marijuana.

Within the U.S., a number of states could be readying for a run at recreational legalization in 2017 or 2018. However, one of the unlikeliest of candidates, New Jersey, just entered the picture in a big way.

Last week, Sen. Nicholas Scutari (D-NJ) introduced a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana in The Garden State. Said Scutari, "It's time to end the detrimental effect these archaic laws are having on our residents and our state."

The move to introduce a recreational weed bill is a bit surprising given that Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) is one of the most ardent opponents of marijuana's expansion. In fact, during his presidential campaign Christie alluded that federal law would have been reinstated had he won the Republican ticket and national election over the Democratic candidate. In other words, Christie would almost certainly reject a legalization initiative that gets to his desk, assuming approval in the state's legislature.

But, Scutari also notes that he's looking toward the future. New Jersey has a gubernatorial election this November, and plenty of Democrats are lined up in an attempt to unseat Christie. A majority of these leading candidates have voiced their willingness to legalize recreational pot if a measure were brought to their desk.

However, it's not Scutari's forward-thinking bill that makes it so unique -- it's what would (and wouldn't) be legalized.

According to the bill, marijuana products would face a tax for five years ranging from 7% to 25%, and a special regulatory division known as the Division of Marijuana Enforcement would be created to oversee the industry. Adults ages 21 and over would be allowed to possess up to one ounce of cannabis, along with 16 ounces of cannabis-infused edibles, 72 ounces of marijuana tinctures, drinks, and oils, and seven grams of concentrates.

Now here's the interesting component of this bill: home cultivation would not be allowed! If passed, it would make New Jersey the first state to legalize recreational marijuana without allowing at least some legal home cultivation.

But with Christie as governor, the chances of this bill passing into law in its current form are slim-to-none.

Admittedly, New Jersey introducing a recreational pot bill was a huge surprise. However, it doesn't overshadow the fact that the weed industry is facing a number of major hurdles that aren't likely to go away or dissipate anytime soon.

Plain and simple, marijuana remains a schedule I substance at the federal level. This means it has no recognized medical benefits, and it's illegal. This illegal status makes it very difficult for research companies to run clinical trials involving cannabis, and it makes life tough for companies that operate in the weed business.

For example, marijuana-based businesses have little or no access to basic banking services, which forces many to deal solely in cash. This can be a major security concern, and it's also quite the detriment to growth given a lack of access to lines of credit or traditional loans.

Pot companies also get the short end of the stick come tax time. Unlike normal businesses that are able to take corporate income-tax deductions, businesses that sell a federally illicit substance aren't allowed to take corporate tax deductions. This result in weed companies paying an exceptionally higher tax rate than normal businesses.

These disadvantages, along with a White House that doesn't seem keen on the idea of marijuana's expansion, are what make investing in marijuana stocks so dangerous.

Take a drug developer like Insys Therapeutics (NASDAQ: INSY) as an example. Its Food and Drug Administration-approved drug Syndros, an oral dronabinol solution that's essentially the pharmaceutical version of tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive component of cannabis, was approved last year but won't hit pharmacy shelves until the second-half of 2017. The nearly one-year wait between approval and eventual launch for this drug to treat chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting and anorexia associated with AIDS is because of the need for scheduling from the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). As a schedule II substance, which is what the DEA labeled it earlier this year, it'll face tight regulatory oversight, which will make sales growth challenging for Insys.

Other pot stocks within the U.S., both big and small, will face similar challenges from either the Food and Drug Administration or federal law. Even with public opinion changing rapidly and legal sales of weed growing by a double-digit percentage, your best bet is to stay away from marijuana stocks for the time being and cross your fingers for change at the federal level.

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

World Naked Gardening Day



Get ready for the Annual World Naked Gardening Day (WNGD)! People across the globe are encouraged, on the first Saturday of May, to tend their portion of the world's garden unclothed as nature intended.

So what should you do? First of all, on the first Saturday of May, find an opportunity to get naked and do some gardening.

All that's involved is getting naked and making the world's gardens--whatever their size, public or private--healthier and more attractive. WNGD has no political agenda, nor is it owned or organized by any one particular group.

Do it inside your house, in your back yard, on a hiking trail, at a city park, or on the streets. Stay private or go public. Make it a quiet time or make it a public splash. Just get naked and make your part of the botanical world a healthier and more attractive place.

World Naked Gardening Day (WNGD) is an annual international event celebrated on the first Saturday of May by gardeners and non-gardeners alike. According to NBC's Today News, WNGD "has become an annual tradition that celebrates weeding, planting flowers and trimming hedges in the buff. While it’s linked to a movement of nudists who promote wholesome and unashamed acceptance of the human body, the day is meant to be funny, lighthearted and non-political, founders say."

Started by Mark Storey for the Body Freedom Collaborative movement, the event is dedicated to making “non-sexual social nudity” more acceptable.

So get in your garden and get naked!

Contact: info@wngd.org

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As Barbara Pollard puts it, “When you’re out there with a gentle breeze on you, every last hair on your body feels it. You feel connected with the natural world in a way you just can’t in clothes.”

Now I know some of you are a little shy about appearing outdoors totally naked, but you shouldn’t be. For one thing, some of our most prominent political leaders are totally on board with it.

World Naked Gardening Day has no political agenda. Thus, it garnered widespread support from Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Tea Partiers, and Rush Limbaugh.

Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell gives naked gardening the thumb’s up. “We’re all about horses in the Bluegrass State,” says Mitch, “and gardening naked makes me feel like a stud.”
Political endorsements just keep coming.

Vice-President Pence:  “So, Sarah, I hear you’ll be ‘letting your hair down’ on World Naked Gardening Day.”

Sarah Palin: “You can see me from my house!”


A Word of Caution

Whether with your friends or all alone, gardening naked has its risks. First of all, men should keep their distance from hedge trimmers, shears, pruners, saws, scythes, and even weed whackers. Secondly, May marks the beginning of tick season in many areas of the world. So be sure someone spends at least 20 minutes giving you a thorough inspection following your naked day in the garden.
Source: SouthernLiving

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James Comey's ISIS strategy leaked: FBI agents Marry ISIS fighters

By Christopher R Rice


Unsealed federal court documents and follow-up research conducted by CNN and reported Monday evening has spotlighted a public-relations nightmare for the FBI.

The War-of-Terror has taken a new turn. Remember not long ago, Underground Newz reported on "sexual torture" acts that had been ordered by then Secretary of Defense/War Donald Rumsfeld? Military female contractors would dress like Hollywood boulevard hookers and rape Muslim detainees they thought might be terrorist. Talk or get raped is not a normal interrogation method accept in the US, where rape and torture of prisoners is a very common practice beginning in the slave days and continuing in prisons across the country today.

But today's news is even more bizarre, reminiscent of the "Fast and Furious" scandal, the head of the FBI, James Comey has out done himself and has been sending female FBI agents to Syria to marry ISIS fighters and help them in their Jihad. One of these agents, Daniela Green, disillusioned by what she refererred to as "aiding the enemy" returned to the States and was promptly arrested, charged and silenced, I mean sentenced.

Underground Newz contacted the FBI for a comment and Comey said, "I hate the New England Patriots," and again during high-leverage testimony before Congress on the matter Comey said, "No matter who they play, I'd like them to lose. I'm at the same time rooting against the Patriots and hoping their opponent beats them. There's only two teams on the field."

“It’s a stunning embarrassment for the FBI, no doubt about it,” former State Department official John Kirby told CNN for a segment on “AC 360,” which aired at 8 p.m. EDT Monday.

Daniela Green joined the agency in 2011 and was granted a top-secret security clearance for work at its Detroit bureau. Ms. Greene warned that she would be putting her family in danger if she provided details about her case.

“There’s some sensible things you should be doing,” Director James Comey revealed that he puts a piece of tape over his laptop camera to keep away prying eyes. The precaution is a common one among security advocates, given the relative ease of hacking laptop cameras.

"There are civilians (that ISIS) is in charge of, and wide territories. It must help the immigrants marry, helping fighters marry is a key priority. These are the components of a state and it must look after its subjects" Comey told Underground Newz. Comey said he had supported ISIS as early as 2013.

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100,000 marchers in Los Angeles


In Los Angeles, more than 100 groups, representing a wide range of issues, marched from MacArthur Park to Los Angeles City Hall. Setting fires and overturning vehicles as they approached City Hall.

Organized labor and immigration groups staged dozens of May Day demonstrations in cities throughout the nation Monday. The Donald Trump piñata is very popular.

A number of organizations, including the L.A. Unified teachers union, urged the district to close schools Monday so that teachers and students could march. The district decided last month to keep them open.

Students sent their own message and staged walk-outs some carrying signs that read: "We're not going to put up with this."

Los Angeles police bike patrol officers said they were greeted with rocks and bottles thrown at them as they tried to patrol through MacArthur Park on Monday morning.

David Growsumballs, the state director for the You have No rights group League of United Un- American Citizens, hoisted up a sign reading, "Blow-Up bridges! City Halls! and "Euro-trash Immigrants Go Home!" Cars honked as they drove by. Other signs read, "Make America Worse again" and "CopsRCorrupt.com."


David has attended the march in the past, but he said this year's gathering has an extra dimension -- it's pro-labor, but also anti-American.

"We've never seen anything at this level in terms of fear and anger in the non-white community," he said. "It's important for people to show opposition to this country and to white people in general. They're very harsh, they're family-splitting... The policies made by white folks are reprehensible."

Other signs read "Kill a white baby before he/she grows up and can become another Trump/Clinton."

"The common message: We're not going to put up with this," David said.

Broadway between Olympic Boulevard and 1st Street had to be closed as marchers began rioting.

In Boyle Heights, marchers captured and burned down Evergreen Cemetery off Cesar E. Chavez Avenue and Evergreen Avenue, the city said.

Due to fires and continued rioting Cesar Chavez Avenue between Evergreen and Chicago Street is closed; Chicago Street between Cesar Chavez and 1st Street is closed, as is 1st Street between Chicago and Boyle Avenue, the city said.