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Robert F Kennedy was assassinated by Thane Eugene Cesar, declares RFK Jr, who says it was the security guard who fatally shot his father from behind after planning the murder with Sirhan Sirhan

* Robert F Kennedy Jr is accusing Thane Eugene Cesar of murdering his father, claiming he fatally shot the presidential hopeful from behind in 1968
* He believes that Cesar was working with Sirhan Sirhan and guided Kennedy towards the Palestinian-born gunman while working security that night
* RFK Jr said Sirhan fired once in Kennedy's direction and then into the crowd, while Cesar then the fatal bullet as the senator from NY fell to the floor 
* There are others who believe there were two gunmen that night, a theory that was bolstered when the coroner determined Kennedy was shot from behind 
* RFK Jr made this claim just hours after Cesar passed away in the Philippines, where he moved shortly after the assassination, and called for a new probe  
* 'The LAPD unit that investigated my dad’s assassination was run by active CIA operatives. They destroyed thousands o


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NYC releases police surveillance archives from 60s and 70s





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Arrested as teens, three men exonerated after 36 years behind bars for wrongful murder conviction

Baltimore prosecutor’s Conviction Integrity Unit finds men are innocent in 1983 slaying of 14-year-old, shot in school hallway for his jacket








Keystone XL: police discussed stopping anti-pipeline activists 'by any means'

Sam Levin, Willi Parish, The Guardian 

Doctors tell UK authorities Julian Assange 'could die' in jail

Staff, Al Jazeera

States Push Back Against ICE Courthouse Arrests

Douglas Keith, Brennan Center for Justice

Remembering the Battle for Seattle: Organizers Launch Project to Reflect on 20 Years of Lessons

David Solnit, Stephanie Guilloud, Common Dreams





November 22, 2019

Ann Hendricks, Secretary 9/11 Monthly Teleconference Call


Draft minutes for the October 30, 2019 regular conference call.


Present were:

Cheryl Curtiss, Teleconference co-facilitator, Connecticut 9/11 Truth

Craig McKee, Teleconference co-facilitator, Truth and Shadows

Ann Hendricks, Teleconference secretary

Peter Michael Ketcham, formerly of NIST

John O’Malley, DC911Truth

Cheri Aspen, San Diego 9/11 Truth

James Hufferd, 9/11 Grassroots

Fern Tishman

Lynn Bradbury, Maine 9/11Truth

Michael Cook, AE911Truth

Christopher Bollyn, Solving 9/11

Christopher Gioia, commisioner, Franklin Square and Munson Fire District

Nita Renfrew, New York 911Truth

Bonnie Faulkner, Guns and Butter

Charles Ewing Smith, The Demolition of Truth


The minutes of the September 25, 2019 conference call were APPROVED.


Jeffrey Epstein and 9/11

Christopher Bollyn presented on Jeffrey Epstein’s connections to Leslie Wexner, Ehud Barak, and Michael Chertoff and about the dissolution of the Iraqi and Syrian states and their military power. He also spoke about the lack of political will to investigate the 9/11 crimes. “We see that the Department of Justice is completely controlled and unable to do an investigation of the government, of itself, or of the crime that changed America. The media, the universities, and the churches have not investigated 9/11. All the institutions that we believe in in our democratic society, somehow being responsible for standing for the truth, have failed us.” Christopher’s new book, Solving 9-11 The Original Articles Vol. ll is available at http://www.bollyn.com. His recent articles are:                                  The Turkish Invasion of Kurdish-Occupied Syria    (https://www.bollyn.com/#article_16281) and The Epstein Connection to 9/11 (https://www.bollyn.com/#article_16267).


Franklin Square and Munson resolution moving ahead

Christopher Gioia told of plans to get other fire departments in New York behind the Franklin Square and Munson Fire Department Resolution, and behind the Grand Jury investigation. He and his fellow commissioners are taking their initiative across the country and seeking the support of every fire department or district to support the Grand Jury Petition. 

“What happened on 9/11 was evil incarnate; it was just tremendous evil that was perpetrated on our country and on our people… That is something we have to fight. I’m not going to stop until justice is done for the people who were murdered.” Christopher said it is critical to keep the pressure and the spotlight on the court to act. He urged everyone to contact U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman and inquire about the status of the Grand Jury investigation.  The address is:   Southern District Court of New York, 1 St. Andrew’s Plaza, New York City, NY  10007 (or call: 212-637-2200https://www.ae911truth.org/news/540-new-york-area-fire-commissioners-make-history-call-for-new-9-11-investigation




Announcements and discussion

1Cheryl Curtiss said the next teleconference call will be Wednesday, December 4. She also spoke about Max Blumenthal’s arrest, and said updates are posted on https://thegrayzone.com

2Craig McKee asked for suggestions on how to transfer the archive of the 9/11 List Serve emails to another location, because Yahoo Groups will no longer maintain this older content as of December 14. 

3Lynn Bradbury said it would be a good idea to exchange email or postal addresses with each other.

4Nita Renfrew spoke of attending Robert Kennedy Jr.’s presentation on vaccine issues, at which his mic was pulled and the venue immediately closed. He continued his talk outside on the sidewalk. His organization is Children’s Health Defense.

The call began at 8 p.m. EST and adjourned at 9:51 p.m., PST/5 p.m. to 6:51 p.m. PST. Audio of the October call can be heard here:


The next monthly teleconference will take place on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 8 p.m. EST5 p.m. PST. Agenda items should be emailed to facilitator Cheryl Curtiss (chercurt@aol.com) no later than one week before the call. Please use subject line “Agenda item for 911 Truth Teleconference.” Please include a brief description of your item and any relevant links you’d like participants to be aware of, together with your estimate of the number of minutes your agenda item will require. If you would like to join the teleconference list serve, contact Craig McKee (craigmckee911@gmail.com), and anyone who would like information such as links included in the minutes should email Ann Hendricks (hendricks_ann@yahoo.com)








Detroit police sergeant suspended for response to fatal shooting of cop


George Hunter, The Detroit News Published 5:42 p.m. ET Nov. 25, 2019 | Updated 7:32 p.m. ET Nov. 25, 2019






Jury Convicts White Cop for Killing Unarmed Black Man






Jury gets the case in federal trial of St. Paul cop charged with excessive force

Brandt WilliamsSt. Paul November 25, 2019 7:35 p.m.









Chicago cop gets 18 months in prison for taking bribes to leak names to attorney service






A Duel of Dreams

by Linda Backiel

(Oct 01, 2019)




Linda Backiel is a criminal defense attorney living in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Naomi Klein, The Battle for Paradise: Puerto Rico Takes on the Disaster Capitalists (Chicago: Haymarket Books, 2018), 96 pages, $9.95, paperback.

Naomi Klein travels the world documenting how capitalism feeds on the carrion of societies devastated by disaster. In January 2018, after two hurricanes destroyed much of Puerto Rico’s infrastructure, she participated in a forum at the University of Puerto Rico on disaster capitalism.1This phenomenon moves fast, but takes a long-range view, she warns.

But because she was here on the ground, navigating darkened roads blocked by mudslides, she also witnessed the will and creative spirit of the Puerto Rican people. After peering down on an island gone dark from an oasis of solar-generated light at Casa Pueblo in Adjuntas, Klein attended a gathering of dozens of organizations in Humacao—where María struck land with winds of 135 miles an hour. In response, they had created community kitchens, community power grids, community wells, and just plain community. One participant expressed the Puerto Rican response to the recent devastation as “a level of resistance and support that I didn’t imagine was going to be possible.”2

In fact, much of The Battle for Paradise describes how grassroots organizations—some decades old, some newly sprung from the debris—








The Kennedy Autopsy 2

By Jacob G. Hornberger

The Future of Freedom Foundation

November 23, 2019

Fifty-six years ago today, President John F. Kennedy was shot dead on the streets of Dallas, Texas. The official story is that a lone nut named Lee Harvey Oswald, without any motive, committed the assassination. During the past several decades, however, the overwhelming amount of circumstantial evidence, much of which was intentionally kept secret, points to a national-security regime-change operation to oust Kennedy from office and elevate Vice President Lyndon Johnson to the presidency.

A key to understanding the assassination lies in a critically important event that occurred after the assassination. That event was the official autopsy that was conducted on the president’s body. By understanding the autopsy, one can gain a better understanding of the assassination itself.

That was the purpose of my best-selling book several years ago, The Kennedy Autopsywhich was a synopsis of a watershed five-volume assassination book entitled Inside the Assassination Records Review Board by Douglas P. Horne, who was a staff member of the ARRB in the 80’s

The ARRB was the agency that Congress called into existence to enforce the President John F. Kennedy Records Collection Act of 1992, the law that required the CIA, the Pentagon, the Secret Service, and other federal agencies to disclose assassination-related records that such agencies had insisted on keeping secret since the day of the assassination. The law was enacted in response to the public outcry produced by Oliver Stone’s movie JFK, which posited that the assassination was a national-security regime-change operation carried out by the U.S. national-security establishment. At the end of the movie was a blurb pointing out the national-security establishment’s continued secrecy with respect to its assassination-related records.

The Future of Freedom Foundation recently published my new book The Kennedy Autopsy 2: Lyndon Johnson’s Role in the Assassination, which builds on the mountain of circumstantial evidence surrounding the president’s autopsy supporting the thesis developed by Oliver Stone in his movie and by Douglas Horne in his five-volume book. Specifically, my new book documents the circumstantial evidence pointing to the role that Lyndon Johnson played in the assassination.

Now, before anyone cries “Conspiracy theory!” which is the term that the CIA promoted early on to its assets in the mainstream press to dissuade people from questioning the official version of the assassination, consider the following:

The purpose of an autopsy is to determine the cause of death, which includes a determination of where the bullets were fired from. Since this was a state murder case, Texas law required that an autopsy be conducted on President Kennedy’s body. That duty fell to the Dallas County Medical Examiner, Dr. Earl Rose, who was one of the most competent pathologists in the country.

As soon as Kennedy was declared dead, however, a Secret Service team had the president’s body placed in an expensive, ornate casket and began taking it out of Parkland Hospital. Rose refused to permit them to do that, standing in their way, and declaring that he was required by state law to conduct an autopsy on the president’s body. In loud, screaming voices, the Secret Service team made it clear to Rose that they were operating under orders to take the body back to Washington without permitting Rose to conduct his autopsy. When Rose continued standing his ground, the Secret Service agents pulled back their suit jackets and brandished their guns. Screaming, yelling, and issuing a stream of profanities, they forced their way out of Parkland Hospital with Kennedy’s body, in direct violation of Texas law.

Waiting at Love Field was Lyndon Johnson, who was having seats removed from the back of Air Force One to make room for the casket. That meant that he knew that the casket was coming, which is virtually conclu






The Pitfalls of a Pit Bull Russophobe




By Ray McGovern 


November 25, 2019


Like so many other glib “Russia experts” with access to Establishment media, Fiona Hill, who testified Thursday in the impeachment probe, seems three decades out of date. 

Fiona Hill’s “Russian-expert” testimony Thursday and her deposition on Oct. 14 to the impeachment inquiry showed that her antennae are acutely tuned to what Russian intelligence services may be up to but, sadly, also displayed a striking naiveté about the machinations of U.S. intelligence.

Hill’s education on Russia came at the knee of the late Professor Richard Pipes, her Harvard mentor and archdeacon of Russophobia. I do not dispute her sincerity in attributing all manner of evil to what President Ronald Reagan called the “Evil Empire.”  But, like so many other glib “Russia experts” with access to Establishment media, she seems three decades out of date.

I have been studying the U.S.S.R. and Russia for twice as long as Hill, was chief of CIA’s Soviet Foreign Policy Branch during the 1970s, and watched the “Evil Empire” fall apart.  She seems to have missed the falling apart part.

Selective Suspicion

Are the Russian intelligence services still very active? Of course. But 






The Sordid History of the FBI's Harassment of Martin Luther King Jr., at the Direction of J. Edgar Hoover — and the Pleasure of Lyndon B. Johnson

By Roger Stone and Phillip F. Nelson

January 22,2015

Amidst all the brouhaha related to the allegedly “false” portrayal of Lyndon B. Johnson in the movie Selma caused by the LBJ Library’s director, Mark Updegrove, it is noteworthy to call to the public’s attention how the “LBJ defenders” have attempted to absolve President Johnson from involvement with that sordid chapter in American history.  Updegrove’s article was quickly followed by one from Joseph Califano, printed in the Washington Post, that even claimed the Selma march was Lyndon Johnson’s idea.  All of it was quite opposite of the truth, and no amount of “LBJ revisionism” will make it fact.

From the time that Martin Luther King Jr.’s name came to national prominence in December, 1955, J. Edgar Hoover began monitoring his activities, even as King and his closest associates mistakenly presumed, according to Andrew Young, that “we thought of the FBI as our friends, the only hope we had.”[1]   By 1959, Hoover had decided, on his own and without higher authorization, to order his agents to burglarize the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) offices to obtain personal information about Dr. King and install telephone wire taps as well as “bugs” to record non-telephonic conversations and assorted other


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noises.  This brazenly illegal activity, of which there were many other cases in addition to King’s, continued into the Kennedy administration.  By 1961, the freedom rides that had begun that year revealed which side the FBI was really on, and it was not King’s.  Attorney General Robert Kennedy had attempted to bring the wiretapping under control, however by that time the SCLC and King had begun fighting back, culminating in a special report attacking the FBI on January 8, 1962.  By then, the FBI had obtained evidence that two people in King’s entourage, Stanley Levison and Jack O’Dell, had ties to the American Communist Party, making it difficult for the Kennedys to cooperate with King until that issue was dealt with or, conversely, for them to end the surveillance under the continuing pressure wielded by Hoover.[2]

During the five years of Hoover’s sleuthing before JFK was sworn in, Hoover had become obsessed with destroying King, and in 1961 he called on his Special Agents in Charge (SACs) of his field offices to cull their files for all the “subversive” information they could gather and send it to the “SOG” (as he called himself, the “Seat of Government”).  Hoover’s assistant, Cartha “Deke” DeLoach, was put in charge of compiling this assortment of innuendo, half-truths and whole lies, sprinkled with sufficient “facts” to make it salable.[3]  By October, 1963, six weeks before JFK’s assassination, Robert F. Kennedy, under pressure from Hoover,






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Blockbusters Buried In The IG Report On FBI Misuse Of Confidential Sources

The media has ignored several significant revelations detailed in the FBI report Inspector General Michael Horowitz released last week.



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By Margot Cleveland

NOVEMBER 25, 2019


Last week, the leaks began in anticipation of the expected early-December release of the inspector general report on the propriety of the Carter Page Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) surveillance order. CNN broke news on Thursday that “a former FBI lawyer is under criminal investigation after allegedly altering a document” related to the 2016 FISA applications.

The press and public are understandably consumed with this news—which is huge if true—but while speculating on that forthcoming report, the media has ignored several significant revelations already detailed in the report Inspector General Michael Horowitz released last week.


That report, issued on Tuesday, summarized the results of the inspector general’s audit of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Confidential Human Source (CHS) validation processes. While the media reported the main takeaways summarized in the IG’s press release—that the FBI did not comply with attorney general guidelines and that the current process for validating these sources lacked adequate controls—there were four potential blockbusters buried in the 63-page report.

Burying Evidence to Keep It from the Courts

The most startling revelation in the audit concerned how the FBI handles problems with a CHS’s credibility or accuracy. The report first noted that “validation documents relevant to the credibility of a CHS may be discoverable in judicial proceedings,” explaining that:

Discovery in criminal cases is controlled by case law and the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. For example, information in the validation report which refers to the CHS’s motivation or vulnerabilities may be discoverable pursuant to Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963) or Giglio v. United States, 405 U.S. 150 (1972). ‘Brady’ refers to information known to the government that is material to a criminal case and could tend to exculpate the defendant. ‘Giglio’ refers to information that could be used to impeach a witness for the prosecution.

Then the IG detailed that its investigation revealed several troubling steps the FBI took to avoid the mandates of Brady and Giglio.

We were told by multiple Intelligence Analysts that they received guidance to only state the facts and not to conduct analysis, report conclusions, and make recommendations in the Significant Source Review Panel validation reports. For example, one Intelligence Analyst told us that he was permitted to recommend a CHS receive a polygraph or operational test to the handling agent by phone but not permitted to document the recommendation in the CHS’s validation report. Additionally, multiple FBI officials told us that they believe that field offices do not want negative information documented in a CHS file due to criminal discovery concerns and concerns about the CHS’s ability to testify. For example, one FBI official told us that some U.S. Attorney’s offices will not use a CHS at trial if there is negative documentation in the CHS’s file.

These admissions should outrage Americans: The FBI is intentionally failing to document confidential sources’ credibility and reliability problems so defense attorneys do not learn of them! Or, as the IG report concluded, “by withholding potentially critical information from validation reports, the FBI runs the risks that (1) prosecutors may not have complete and reliable information when a CHS serves as a witness and, thus, may have difficulties complying with their discovery obligations.”


Leslie McAdoo Gordon, a D.C.-based criminal defense attorney and principal at McAdoo Gordon and Associates, branded the FBI’s failure to document issues in a CHS’s validation report a form of evidence tampering. “This ‘what they don’t know won’t hurt them’ attitude is cultural,” McAdoo Gordon told The Federalist. “Like all cultural problems, this is caused by a failure of leadership.”

McAdoo Gordon added that “the integrity of our criminal justice system is seriously damaged when investigations are grounded on information that is biased or dishonest and those problems, moreover, are hidden from the defendant’s advocate and the court.” Unfortunately, there is nothing a defense counsel can do, McAdoo Gordon noted, because they don’t know it’s happening.

Affects Future Knowledge of New FBI Agents

Moreover, as the report makes clear, the failure to document a CHS’s credibility or reliability problems also has future ramifications “because handling agents change and new handling agents can only know the risks if they are documented.” This lack of documentation may also deprive future handling agents “of relevant information about the CHS that could not only jeopardize an investigation









November 22, 2019

This week’s FOIA round-up: FOIA finds a foe in AG Barr, Illinois schoolchildren punished with isolation, and Earthjustice reveals toxic DHS plans for migrants

Also: A Portland judge puts a stop to steep FOIA fees, and it’s time to nominate your cRAzY FOIA story for EFF’s Foilies!

Written by Joseph Ratliff

Edited by Beryl Lipton

Read a great FOIA-based news story we should highlight? Let us know and maybe we can include it in our next round-up! Send it over via email, on Twitter, or on Facebook.

AG Barr goes after FOIA

US Attorney General William Barr had some things to say about FOIA last Friday:

The costs of this constant harassment are real. For example, we all understand that confidential communications and a private, internal deliberative process are essential for all of our branches of government to properly function. Congress and the Judiciary know this well, as both have taken great pains to shield their own internal communications from public inspection.

There is no FOIA for Congress or the Courts. Yet Congress has happily created a regime that allows the public to seek whatever documents it wants from the executive branch at the same time that individual congressional committees spend their days trying to publicize the executive’s internal decisional process. That process cannot function properly if it is public, nor is it productive to have our government devoting enormous resources to squabbling about what becomes public and when, rather than doing the work of the people.

The comments were made at a talk given for the conservative activist group The Federalist Society. The talk drew criticism from politicians and journalists alike, including former White House ethics counsel Richard Painter and Congressman Bill Pascrell (D-NJ).

Read more from Colin Kalmbacher at Law and Crime here.

Portland FOIA fees

The City of Portland, Oregon must stop “overcharging members of the public for routine requests for city emails or documents,” according to a Monday ruling by Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Shelly Russell.

The ruling comes out of a civil lawsuit originally filed in September 2018 in response to the city charging over $200 for the release of records. The original request, filed by affordable housing advocate Alan Kessler, sought emails involving a member of the Portland Historic Landmarks Commission. At first, the city denied the request, but Kessler successfully appealed to the Multnomah County District Attorney, at which point the city came up with the steep bill.

The reasoning behind the court’s ruling was that the city “did not meet its burden to show that the fees charged to [the] plaintiff were reasonably calculated.” Furthermore, it ruled that the city’s method for calculating these costs was not “reasonably calculated,” either. Finally, the court ruled that Kessler was entitled to attorney’s fees.

Read more from Alex Zielinski at Portland Mercury here.




















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Illinois schools punish children with solitary confinement

An investigation by ProPublica Illinois and the Chicago Tribune used public records from over 100 school districts to uncover that Illinois students had been subjected to “isolated timeouts”—periods of being shut away in small, padded rooms—more than 20,000 times, often in violation of the law.

Legally, “isolated timeouts” are appropriate “if the students pose a safety threat to themselves or others.” However, as Propublica reports:

>Children were sent to isolation after refusing to do classwork, for swearing, for spilling milk, for throwing Legos. School employees use isolated timeout for convenience, out of frustration or as punishment, sometimes referring to it as “serving time.”

Fortunately, teachers are required to make a detailed record of every time this tactic is used, and these records provided the backbone of the investigation. Unfortunately, no one is required to read these records, making the process functionally opaque.

Experts cited by ProPublica argue that the practice of “isolated timeouts” has no therapeutic or educational value” and that “it can traumatize children.” The report includes many examples of the trauma children endured. In one case, one child who filled out a “debrief” after being isolated wrote:

“I need help.” “Not to die.”

As a result of this investigation, Illinois lawmakers are taking action. The Illinois State Board of Education moved to take “emergency action” to stop the practice of isolated timeouts. Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker called the practice “appalling” and promised to work towards changing the law allowing it.

Read about the investigation from Jennifer Smith RichardsJodi S. Cohen, and Lakeidra Chavis at ProPublica Illinois and the Chicago Tribune here.

Toxic Cages for Migrant Families

On Thursday, Earthjustice and its partners released hundreds of federal government documents pertaining to construction proposals for a migrant family detention facility at Fort Bliss in Texas.

While the construction plans have stalled, the site was intended to house 1,000 unaccompanied minors, with a potential increase to 7,500 by August 2018.

Of particular concern to Earthjustice and partners was the fact that the site was known to be “riddled with toxic hazards from past military operations, spills, storage of toxic chemicals, unexploded ordnances, and firing ranges.” Furthermore, according to Earthjustice, the documents show that the Army and Department of Homeland Security rushed plans for the facility without ensuring that the site was free of toxic hazards.

Earthjustice has made the documents, the results of seven FOIA requests, freely available and searchable on their website, along with two “key expert documents,” hosted on DocumentCloud.

You can view the documents here, and read more from Earthjustice here.

EFF’s Foilies Nominations

On a lighter note, the Electronic Frontier Foundation is now accepting nominations for The Follies, its annual awards for “outrageous, ridiculous, and infuriating responses to public records requests.” These may include “exorbitant fees, excessive redactions, or even the arrest of reporters for simply asking for documents.”

The EFF publishes The Foilies each year during Sunshine Week. Last year’s winners included everything from a San Jose lawsuit over a policy protecting Google contracts to a scanned image of a CD instead of, you know, the actual information on the CD.

You can submit your crazy FOIA stories to foilies@eff.org. The deadline to submit is January 1st in the year 2020, an actual year that will really exist in just one month!

Read more about The Foilies from Dave Maass at the Electronic Frontier Foundation here.


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‘End that son of a b*tch’: Duterte confirms US-Philippines military collaboration agreement is toast

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Abandoned pianos in derelict buildings – in pictures 










Yes, a Progressive President Could Cancel Student Debt on Day One — by Following the Grassroots

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Queer Asians Refused to Be Left Out of Lunar New Year Celebrations

“Our first year we used a lot of euphemisms like ‘rainbow family.’ But now we want people to know exactly what we are: a queer Asian contingent.”





Cops Catch Man Who'd Been Hiding in Supermarket Ceiling Since Christmas

The man was allegedly harboring $8,000 in stolen merch, including a 17-pound wheel of artisan cheese that still had its $395 price tag.







Patients Try to Fight Medical Bills by Striking This Clause in Contracts

The New York Times reports the move is a legal gray area, but experts say it may hold up in court.






Anti-gravity and Hyperspace Propulsion: One Step Closer To Star Trek






'Real power is fear': what Machiavelli tells us about Trump in 2020









Dozens of Brooklyn assistant DAs quit over new state law that adds to workloads





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Parents of man killed in Brookline by cops after chase speak out: ‘He was a very sensitive boy with a gentle soul’







 Not so fast moving on from State Police scandal

Taxpayers and motorists deserve a full reckoning with the fraud and abuses of the agency.

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Cops Called on 6-year-old Girl who Pretended to Shoot Teacher with Finger








Monster NYPD cop charged with killing his son kept custody AFTER judge suspected he was beating children





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Officer who responded to emergency call was off-duty — and drunk, Indiana cops say


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Harassment findings put UI cop's job in jeopardy


URBANA — A veteran University of Illinois police officer accused of sexual harassment by co-workers has been off the state payroll for seven weeks following his “suspension notice pending discharge.”

The Dec. 20 notice was served to Brian Tison via certified mail less than two months after an outside lawyer hired by the UI recommended that “significant employment action” be taken against the former field-training, crisis-intervention and SWAT officer who had earlier been put on notice that his physical interactions with co-workers were not








cop gets year in prison for theft






Cop smashes teen football fan on head with baton as woman screams ‘What have you done to my son?’ amid violent clashes









NYPD Cop and Fiancée Allegedly Texted Video Clips and Mocked Son, 8, They're Accused of Killing


Thomas and his brother were allegedly forced to wear diapers to school because they were not allowed to use the bathroom at home









Two decades after scandal, Schenectady cops turn the page

Leaders say force is on the right track due to reforms, higher standards


Paul Nelson

Feb. 8, 2020

Updated: Feb. 8, 2020 






‘It’s lunacy’: Pa. cops still busting plenty of people for pot despite de-criminalization, report says











Editorial: SC needs to stop putting cops on the street before they’re trained








Cops are getting full URLs under Australia's data retention scheme

There is content on the envelope. A Senate committee has been told that law enforcement agencies sometimes get full URLs from telcos, despite government reassurances.





Bill Barr's New Civil Rights Focus: Sometimes People Hurt Cops' Feelings [frown]

Jamie Lynn Crofts February 07, 2020 01:25 PM








Our History, Our Service

FBI Events Mark 100 Years Since First African-American Special Agent






The Martin Luther King Conspiracy Exposed in Memphis

By Jim Douglass


According to a Memphis jury’s verdict on December 8, 1999, in the wrongful death lawsuit of the King family versus Loyd Jowers "and other unknown co-conspirators," Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated by a conspiracy that included agencies of his own government. Almost 32 years after King’s murder at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis on April 4, 1968, a court extended the circle of responsibility for the assassination beyond the late scapegoat James Earl Ray to the United States government.

I can hardly believe the fact that, apart from the courtroom participants, only Memphis TV reporter Wendell Stacy and I attended from beginning to end this historic three-and-one-half week trial. Because of journalistic neglect scarcely anyone else in this land of ours even knows what went on in it. After critical testimony was given in the trial’s second week before an almost empty gallery, Barbara Reis, U.S. correspondent for the Lisbon daily Publico who was there several days, turned to me and said, "Everything in the U.S. is the trial of the century. O.J. Simpson’s trial was the trial of the century. Clinton’s trial was the trial of the century. But this is the trial of the century, and who’s here?"


What I experienced in that courtroom ranged from inspiration at the courage of the Kings, their lawyer-investigator William F. Pepper, and the witnesses, to amazement at the government’s carefully interwoven plot to kill Dr. King. The seriousness with which U.S. intelligence agencies planned the murder of Martin Luther King Jr. speaks eloquently of the threat Kingian nonviolence represented to the powers that be in the spring of 1968.

In the complaint filed by the King family, "King versus Jowers and Other Unknown Co-Conspirators," the only named defendant, Loyd Jowers, was never their primary concern. As soon became evident in court, the real defendants were the anonymous co-conspirators who stood in the shadows behind Jowers, the former owner of a Memphis bar and grill. The Kings and Pepper were in effect charging U.S. intelligence agencies – particularly the FBI and Army intelligence – with organizing, subcontracting, and covering up the assassination. Such a charge guarantees almost insuperable obstacles to its being argued in a court within the United States. Judicially it is an unwelcome


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COINTELPRO: FBI  still active in 2020






Interview with former FBI Agent Tyrone Powers








Eyes to My Soul: The Rise or Decline of a Black FBI Agent


by Tyrone Powers


Former FBI Special Agent Tyrone Powers, a veteran of the Maryland State Police, spent nine years as an FBI agent, with postings in Cincinnati and Detroit. He resigned in August 1994.The picture of the country's top law enforcement agency that emerges from Powers' eloquent prose reveals an organization beset by the same problems of racism that plague the rest of American society. Powers describes sheet-clad students at the FBI Academy impersonating Ku Klux Klansmen. He reports on FBI Agents in Detroit raising funds for white Detroit policemen charged with (and later convicted of) second degree murder in the death of Black motorist Malice Green. White agents on one occasion substituted the face of an ape on the photo of an African American agent's children, displayed on their Black colleague's desk.









BERLIN — Berlin plans to set up a new hospital with the capacity to treat up to 1,000 coronavirus patients, as Germany prepares for an increase in infections.






From the time we started CODEPINK almost 20 years ago, we have been saying, “Fund Healthcare, Not Warfare.” Now we see the results of pouring 55% of our discretionary budget into the military—$738 billion— while allocating a mere 1.5% of that — $11 billion — to the Centers for Disease Control. Tell Congress to double the CDC’s budget by cutting money to the Pentagon.


The coronavirus pandemic is sweeping across America, and our public health system is totally unprepared and underfunded. Meanwhile, our government keeps pouring more money into the military to wage endless wars. This week marks 17 years since the U.S. military has been in Iraq. Rather than putting all our energy into fighting coronavirus, the U.S. just carried out another round of senseless airstrikes in Iraq and is increasing tensions with Iran—a country wracked by coronavirus. If there was ever a time to bring our troops home, use diplomacy and work together to fight this tragic pandemic, it is now! Join us in telling Congress to double the CDC’s budget and free up billions to fight coronavirus by bringing our troops home from Iraq.

In 2018 the Trump administration disbanded its global health security team and in 2020 it cut the CDC's center for animal-to-human transmitted infectious diseases by 20 percent. As the CDC’s budget was being slashed, the U.S. military budget increased by $82 billion in 2020. We spend $738 billion on the Pentagon (even before the Trump administration, enormous military spending was the order of the day), while the CDC budget languishes with only $11 billion — 1.5% of what the military receives. Join us in telling Congress to double the CDC’s budget by bringing our troops home from Iraq and implementing other actions to reduce military spending.

Representative Ro Khanna isn’t holding back and neither should we. “We have underfunded our public health system for decades, directly leading to the mismanagement of the COVID-19 crisis. We need to step up and support our doctors + scientists so they can save lives,” he said Wednesday, March 11.


Out of concern for public health during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Peace Corps is bringing all its volunteer workers home. So why is the U.S. continuing to fight never-ending wars that have no military solution? Why do we continue to operate 800 U.S. military bases in 70 countries around the world at an estimated cost of $156 billion a year?

The Iraqi parliament voted overwhelmingly for U.S. troops to leave Iraq, the American public wants U.S. troops to leave Iraq, and if there was ever a time that the U.S. should be using all of its resources to care for its people at home, it is now! By pulling our troops out of Iraq, hundreds of millions of dollars could be moved to address coronavirus in the U.S. Contact Congress right now and tell them to double the budget for the CDC by cutting the Pentagon budget.

The coronavirus situation in Iran is dire: Infections are now over 14,500, there are over 850 deaths, and the virus is far from contained. Decades of U.S. war and interventions have devastated the Middle East, creating a tinderbox for the coronavirus pandemic. Now, more than ever, it is time for the world to come together to care for each other. Let’s start this at home by moving our budget from war to health care. Contact Congress now.












BUSY BEACH! This is what @MyClearwater Beach looks like right now as spring break crowds flock to the sand. #Clearwater leaders haven’t decided if they should add a curfew or close beaches but they may vote on measures related to the #coronavirus this Thursday. @abcactionnews







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Warmest winter on record Russia, France and parts of US

Moscow crushes record for warmest winter as milestones are set across Europe and North America







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Score One for the Privacy Hawks!

March 17, 2020 by Sue Udry



Last night, privacy hawks won a decisive, if temporary, victory against the surveillance hawks who control the House and Senate (specifically, Speaker Pelosi (D-CA), Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), and Adam Schiff (D-CA) in the House, and Majority Leader McConnell (R-KY) and Richard Burr (R-NC) in the Senate). This was a bi-partisan victory against a bi-partisan foe, as advocacy groups on the left, right and center pulled together on Monday to blast our uncompromising message to the Senate: don’t you dare extend Patriot Act surveillance authorities for another 3 years without enacting significant reforms to protect our privacy and First Amendment rights (see DRAD’s statement here and below).

What Happened?

In December, just before they were due to expire, Congress extended three PATRIOT Act authorities, including Section 215, until March 15 in order to give Congress time to debate and reconsider these authorities and adopt necessary reforms.  But just last week, without any debate, Speaker Pelosi rammed the USA Freedom Reauthorization Act through the House, forbidding any amendments that might have improved the bill to protect privacy, free speech, and association. In the Senate, Majority Leader McConnell tried to do the same thing, he tried to ram the bill through while preventing any amendments from Senators Daines(R-MT), Leahy (D-VT), Lee (R-UT), Wyden (D-OR), or anyone else. But our allies managed to block a vote, so the surveillance authorities lapsed on Sunday.

On Monday, Senator McConnell attempted to come roaring back and again tried to ram the bill through the Senate without debate or amendment, but he needed 61 votes to achieve cloture (an end to debate and force a vote). He didn’t have the votes, so he was forced to compromise with our allies. The result is not perfect, a 77 day clean extension, with an agreement to consider amendments from Senators Paul, Lee, and Daines to strengthen reforms. Even with these three amendments, the bill will not include enough reforms and protections to satisfy us.

What’s Next?

The extension must still pass the House, which is currently on spring break. According to The Hill

To pass the House without bringing lawmakers back for a vote, it would need consent from every member. One hundred and thirty six members voted against the House deal last week; it’s unclear if any of those members would return to Washington, D.C., this week to block a clean short-term extension.  

DRAD and our allies have been working with members of the House and Senate on this reauthorizaion for over a year, urging them to take seriously the gross abuses of authorities under Section 215 of the Patriot Act. For over a year, members of Congress have not taken seriously their responsibility to do oversight and rein in abusive surveillance. They have now kicked the can down the road twice. We’ll continue to apply pressure to reform or end these surveillance authorities to prioritize the Constitutional rights of persons in the U.S.








DOJ Moves to Dismiss Charges Against Russians Accused of Running Troll Farms









Coronavirus prompts Board of Correction to call for release of inmates from NYC jails





MAR 17, 2020 | 12:10 PM









White House official calls coronavirus ‘Kung-Flu’ to Asian-American reporter as Trump defends ‘Chinese flu’





MAR 17, 2020 | 11:53 AM








Dozens infected with coronavirus after church sprayed saltwater inside people’s mouths using same nozzle





MAR 17, 2020 | 12:46 PM






Sex workers struggle to make ends meet as coronavirus spreads





MAR 17, 2020 | 2:28 PM












Maine CDC: 32 cases of coronavirus in Maine 











Seattle’s experience with coronavirus may be a preview of what Boston is facing

Life in a city hard hit by the illness has become ‘a little bit surreal.’

By Tim Logan Globe Staff,Updated March 17, 2020, 










Since 1988, we have advocated on behalf of whistleblowers.

Who We Are

The National Whistleblower Center (NWC) is the leading nonprofit working with whistleblowers around the world to fight corruption and protect people and the environment. For over 30 years, NWC has educated whistleblowers about their rights under U.S. law and won policies to protect them from retaliation and reward them for delivering criminal and civil penalties against wrongdoers. 

NWC partners with the National Whistleblower Legal Defense and Education Fund (NWLDEF), a public interest law firm, to help connect whistleblowers with qualified attorneys and secure legal victories.









Las Vegas Cop Fired for not Confronting Mass Shooter is Reinstated with Back Pay






Wisconsin Appeals Court Grants New Trial After Cop Says Somalis Tend To Lie

March 17, 2020 at 2:40 pm

Filed Under:Ahmed Farah HirsiNew TrialWisconsin Appeals Court







Video Appears To Show Louisiana Cop Planting ‘Crack’ On Handcuffed Black Suspect






Fake prostitute cop destroys lives of many



MAR 17, 2020


A cute cop dresses as a prostitute and hangs out near a school to lure lonely men. She makes it obvious she’s offering sex for a price, uses her beauty, personal skills, experience and cop training to offer explicit sexual services. She negotiates a price, takes the money, then calls in her team to arrest the sucker. Sounds like entrapment....






Two guns, 67 rounds of ammunition stolen from St Elizabeth cop

March 17, 2020







Seattle cop fired for Instagram posts suggesting violence against Clinton, Obama

March 17, 2020





Did FBI agents assassinate Congressman Lowenstein?





The Blatant Conspiracy behind Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s Assassination







Lowenstein Says Year's Study of Evidence Shows Sirhan Was Not Assassin of Kennedy

By John M. Crewdson














Collection Number: 04340 


Collection Title: Allard K. Lowenstein Papers, 1924-1995


Information For Users

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RESTRICTED: Some materials in the following series are restricted: Series 2.24 (Robert F. Kennedy Assasination Study); Series 2.27 (Zimbabwe Rhodesia); Series 10.3 (Videotapes and Film). Please see series descriptions for details.









Allard Lowenstein: An Exchange


Richard CummingsBarney RossetVictor Rabinowitz, and Sanford Friedman, reply by Hendrik Hertzberg


In response to:

The Second Assassination of Al Lowenstein from the October 10


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Essays on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy

By David Denton


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NYPD traffic agent busted for violating order of protection, again, by showing up at ex-girlfriend’s home





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Mr. New Orleans: The Life of a Big Easy Underworld Legend 



Wiseguys called him "the Keith Richards of the American Mafia," and JFK hero Jim Garrison denounced him as, "one of the most notorious vice operators in the history of New Orleans" ... but you can just call Frenchy Brouillette MR. NEW ORLEANSMR. NEW ORLEANS tells the incredible story of Cajun country boy Frenchy Brouillette’s 50-year sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll bender as the New Orleans Mafia’s political fixer and sex racket chief. Frenchy enjoyed a glamorous, debauched life in New Orleans’ French Quarter, during the Mafia’s golden age. MR. NEW ORLEANS is the first book to break the code of secrecy in the New Orleans Mafia Family, sharing the shocking true story of America's oldest and most mysterious crime family … and revealing their potential involvement in the Kennedy Assassination.




Monday, March 30

Federal prison in Louisiana reports first COVID-19 death

Zandria Thomas, WBRZ

Patrolling the beat while keeping a distance: Police officers face new rules, rhythms amid pandemic

Peter Hermann, Dan Morse & Tom Jackman, The Washington Post

How Bill Barr’s COVID-19 Prisoner Release Plan Could Favor White People

Eli Hager, The Marshall Project

NYPD task force will enforce six-foot social distancing guidelines — and hopes for no arrests

Rocco Parascandola, NY Daily News

An Inglorious Opportunity: Coronavirus and Emergency Powers

Binoy Kampmark, International Policy Digest





Officer shoots gun while chasing surfer on closed beach







Chennai Cop Wearing ‘Coronavirus Helmet’ Is Scaring People Into Staying In During the Lockdow








Anne Arundel cop charged with domestic assault, suspended after 24 years of service


by Samantha Mitchell (ABC7)Sunday, March 29th 2020







Metro cop, security guard arrested after Vosloorus man killed in lockdown shooting


Johannesburg - A metro police officer and security officers have been arrested for killing an "innocent" bystander and shooting four children during an alleged lockdown rampage on Sunday. 


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Correcting History . . .

Truth is often the first casualty in the aftermath of conflict. The creation of mythological stories about real-life historical figures has become entrenched in every facet of American culture for a very long time.

In the case of mid-twentieth-century leaders, it has taken nearly five decades for truth-seekers to sift out the myths—composed of subtle deceits and brazen lies—from the basest pure truths.


President Lyndon Johnson and FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover are the clearest examples of how the tension between myths


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Excerpt from interview



Jeff: And talk a little bit about what happened afterwards.


Paul: Bob was supposed to go off the left side of the platform but it was understood he shouldn’t go back the way he came in — sort of a strategic decision for protection. I went off the left of the platform through the waiter doors into the kitchen and pantry area and waited for him. He came out the back of the stage alone at that point which was really strange because his bodyguards weren’t with him and Ethel wasn’t with him. Ethel was pregnant at that point with Lori. Bob’s bodyguard, Bill Barry, who was his official bodyguard, Rafer Johnson and Rosie Grier were also standing in because these two big guys, they were behind him and Bob said to me, “I want you and Jess with me.” I turned around and saw Jess behind us and waved them on. And Bob then stopped and shook hands with a couple of kitchen workers who I got to know. One was Ron Juan Romero who was the last one to shake hands with Robert Kennedy. Then we moved eastward towards the Colonial Room, which was the end of the pantry area where the media was waiting for him. At that point as we turned and walked eastward, the television lights went on and blinded me. And I started shaking. I didn’t know what happened. I actually felt I was being electrocuted. Bob got shot in the head and at that point went down.

Jeff: When that happened, you were unconscious at the time, correct?

Paul: Yes, I was unconscious at the time and for some time I was in and out of consciousnesses and I was being taken care of. I didn’t know for some time that Bob had been shot and four other people had been shot. But I was being taken care of by a friend of mine from the retail clerks union, who actually saw me and thought I was dead and put one of Kennedy’s campaign hats over my face. But then he felt a heartbeat and took the hat off and put it under my head. Well at that point I knew Bob had been shot and he knew I’d been shot. This timing is pretty important because it’s important to know that I was shot first. Sirhan got off two shots, missed Robert Kennedy and I was right behind him, about 6 feet behind him at that point, missed Robert Kennedy and hit me in the top of my head and then somebody else behind Robert Kennedy shot him. At that time, Bob was heard to say, by a young student organizer for Kennedy named Lidrick…it was reported by UPA, UPI and the FBI didn’t really leave the story for some time because I thought it was a little weird that Bob would be that knowledgeable. But Lidrick said that he heard Robert Kennedy say, “Is everybody okay? Is Paul alright?” He was aware, at that point, that was confirmed later. I found the FBI statement of Dr. Stanley Abo. Bob must’ve asked him too a few minutes later because Abo said to Bob, “I just checked on Paul. He’s breathing okay. He’s going to be all right.” And Bob closed his eyes. I started being interested in all other things he said. The only thing that I knew he said after that got reported was that when Ethel got to him a few minutes afterwards, because she was pushed down, as the bullets started flying, by Rafer, Rosie, and Bill Barry down on the floor. So when she got to him, he said to her, “Ethel, oh Ethel.” Ethel said to him, “You’re going to be okay Bobby.” And the last thing I knew he said was that as he was being lifted on a gurney, he said “No, don’t lift me, don’t lift me.” That was it. The horrible, horrible night… we never did know for some time whether he is going live through it. But within 24 hours he had died.

Jeff:  The official version of what happened that night has Sirhan Sirhan as the only shooter. At what point did you really begin to think that first of all that wasn’t the whole story, and when did you begin to be active in trying to bring to light other facts about it?

Paul: Well, I accepted everything… I really was torn apart by this. I wasn’t doing my job in the union. I was regional director in the autoworkers union for a hundred thousand workers in the state of California. It was a staff of 30 and people began saying to me, “Paul you got to settle down. You’re angry and you’re depressed.” I finally was defeated and knew I was going to be defeated for office when I was up for reelection in ’72. I just felt that I had to get out of it. And I went back to work in the factory, which was a very quiet and organized place where I could suffer through the rest of this. It was just a terrible, terrible time. Then I kept — during ’71- ’72, I was still active in the antiwar movement and it was one of three co chairing of the biggest rally in California with about 200,000 people in San Francisco. The important point about that was that I met my wife at a party after that. Monica Weil who became my wife and that was a good decision of going back to work and being married because I have become more settled at that point because it was horrible getting over the loss of Robert Kennedy, what it did to me, but also what it did to the country, to his family and to a lot of other people who were relying on him. So it was a terrible recovery period. In ’74 Allard Lowenstein, who was the head of the Dump Johnson movement, had been a member of Congress, high on the Nixon enemies list. He came to me and Monica here in my home in L.A. and said, “You got a role to play in this. There’s some issues we think that show we don’t know everything about what happened that night.” He took me down to meet that night a couple of people. They were right here in our neighborhood, four, five blocks away. Lillian Castellano  and Floyd Nelson. And they actually began investigating the case back in ’68. Here it was ’74, ‘75 and I didn’t know anything about what they’re doing. Actually what they found was that some friends of theirs had a photograph of what they claim were two bullet holes in the doorframe in the pantry area behind us when we were walking through the pantry. They tried to get answers from the LAPD and the DA, but they were sent off. They went public with an LA Free Press article and got some attention but not very much. They did get the attention of District Attorney, Evelle Younger, who said that after the trial of Sirhan in 1969, a little over a year after the shooting, that he was going to open up the files, there is lots of information there, we don’t want another Dallas, there’ll be full disclosure. We only found out later in ’88 when we got the files that were locked up actually, we found out that those two people who said they saw those bullet holes in the door frame, they are actually a destruct order within a few weeks of their announcing this publicly. So here again we were supposed to get full disclosure. The files are locked up and they wouldn’t answer any of our questions. That was a really hard road to go. We started that in ’74/’75 with our long stance leading the way, and some really good attorneys, at that point, who were helping us.

Jeff: And where did the investigation go from there, because it seems like there were quite a number of years where it was really dormant.

Paul:  What I was able to do was file a lawsuit as a victim against Sirhan and any others that might be involved. The judge granted us access to the files, but we only got a few photographs, they said, ‘We don’t have the files’ which is a lie. So our next move was to ask the court to set up a panel of experts and re-fired a set for handguns to see if they match the bullets that were in evidence and we were able to get that. CBS network actually came in on the lawsuit. So we had their attorneys and our attorneys working on this very diligently. I had the right to choose one of the experts. And the other parties did too. So we had seven really great experts to go over the evidence and we were astounded by what we found. They re-fired the gun and tried to match up against three bullets that the district attorney and the police department submitted to the court and to this panel. The three bullets they sent matched each other. One was the Kennedy neck bullet, the only whole bullet extracted from the floor that were shot at Robert Kennedy. And the Weisel bullet, they were able to extract his bullet and one from Ira Goldstein, the other two other victims. Those bullets matched each other but they didn’t match the Sirhan gun. The neck bullet wouldn’t have matched the Sirhan gun anyway because it was fired by the second gunman so this is the dilemma that we faced and we tried to get them to go further with this evidence, but we were blocked by Evelle Younger, who is now the Attorney General for the state, who was this guy who was for open disclosure. Well he filed lawsuits and he filed against our having any further testing. Here we are with this expert


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Georgia Cop Charged with Masturbating at a Gold's Gym Sauna





AG James recommends sweeping NYPD overhauls following probe of George Floyd protests





JUL 08, 2020 AT 6:09 PM 








Andres Guardado, man killed by L.A. sheriff’s deputy, was shot 5 times in the back: independent autopsy





JUL 08, 2020 AT 5:38 PM








5 North Carolina Jail Guards Arrested After Inmate Dies in Custody






WATCH: Florida Cop Charged with Beating Naked Man Suffering Diabetic Episode









WATCH: Cop enters Home without Warrant to Pursue Man over Seat Belt Violation








WATCH: Sheriff Claims Publishing this Leaked Video is "Violation of the Law"








Coronavirus sweeps summer camp, infects 82 campers, counselors and staff in Missouri





JUL 08, 2020 AT 9:12 PM









DOJ watchdog finds 5 senior FBI officials acted improperly by staying at Dodgers game

BY ZACK BUDRYK - 07/08/20 11:28 AM EDT





Thursday, July 9

NOPD not a few bad apples but a 'bad orchard,' community group says

Wesley Muller, Louisiana Illuminator

UN’s “Counter-Terrorism Week” Misses the Mark in Marginalizing Civil Society

Yasmine Ahmed, Just Security

Black lawmakers call for ban on police use of facial recognition technology

Paul Egan, Detroit Free Press

The Navajo Nation Faced Water Shortages For Generations — And Then The Pandemic Hit

Justine Calma, The Verge







Meet San Francisco's new lightning rod DA: Raised by Bill Ayers, worked for Hugo Chavez








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