The Inheritance Poisoned Fruit of JFK’s Assassination
by Christopher Fulton; Michelle Fulton TrineDay Trine Day
History , True Crime Pub Date 22 Nov 2018
Phillips: May not have heard Notre Dame students took a knee Saturday, but you need to know the religious reason why
By CARRON J. PHILLIPS
NOV 14, 2018 | 7:00 AM
Part of the reason the students were kneeling is due to a recent police brutality incident that took place in the state involving white officers and a man named Mario Guerrero Ledesma.
Last week, Pro Publica reported on a video that showed officers in Elkhart, Indiana beating Ledesma inside the station, leaving him bleeding for six minutes.
But despite the reasoning behind the students’ decision to kneel, far too many times over the past few years we’ve seen students punished for participating in the peaceful protest.
Last year, two black high school football players were kicked off their team for kneeling and raising their fists during the anthem in Texas. The same thing happened to Gyree Durante, who wound up being kicked off his Division III football team at Albright College in Pennsylvania for taking a knee.
Fresno officer fatally shoots former police captain who was armed with knife
By JAMES QUEALLY
NOV 12, 2018 | 5:10 PM
People's Police Report #75 - September 2018
Table of Contents (under construction-October 2018)
25th Aniversary issue!
(See covers of all 75 issues)
(Note: you can also see a pdf version of the newsletter with graphics)
• Sketchy PPB Officer Chases Car Leading to Deadly Crash
• OR Shootings Hit Annual Average of 25 by July • Police and "Union" vs. Houseless People
• Review Committee Shunned, Seeks Change
• Oversight Report Drops Force Data
• Portland Police Collaborate with ICE, No Matter What the Feds Claim
• Prominence of ICE Puts Terror Task Force in the News
• Compliance Officer Generously Says DOJ Agreement Almost Done
• Training Council Streamlines Processes, Comments on Race & Force
• Police Crack Down on Antifascist Rallies
• Chief Gets Press, Meets Copwatch Again, Starts Strategic Plan
• Sheriff Improves Some Mental Health Issues; Other Actions Raise Concerns
• Quick Flashes PPR 75
• PPR's 25th Anniversary
• PPB Cop Uses 'N' Word / Profiling Updates
• Supremes Uphold Cell Phone Privacy
• Rapping Back #75 -- Analysis of Police "Union" Web Postings
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Border Patrol Agents in South Texas Murdered, Raped & Assaulted At Least 10 People
'They basically saw a black man with a gun': Police kill armed guard while responding to call
Alex Horton and Wesley Lowery, The Washington PostPublished 3:15 pm PST, Monday, November 12, 2018
BREAKING NEWS: DOMINGO/VIERNES MURDER CASE REOPENED
FBI SUED FOR DOCUMENTS RELATED TO ITS INFORMANT SENT TO SCENE OF MURDERS. LEARN MORE HERE >>
Welcome to the 6th Annual JFK Assassination Conference
11/16 — 11/18 Registration THE CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Nov. [15!] +16-17-18
Filmmaker, author sue FBI, seeking records about infamous 1981 Seattle murders
Originally published November 12, 2018 at 6:00 am Updated November 12, 2018 at 10:05 am
Withey, who has written a book on the murders, said he later discovered through his own work and FBI records that Forsythe, now deceased, was an FBI informant, with a specific identification number.
He said one of the lingering questions is how Forsythe happened to be at the scene of the murders and whether it was tied to work for the FBI.
Criminal profiling doesn’t work. TV shows should maybe stop celebrating it.
Psychologists cannot, it turns out, catch criminals with the power of their minds.
By Dylan Matthews@firstname.lastname@example.org Nov 12, 2018, 1:30pm EST
Former prison Major convicted of beating handcuffed inmate
“Corrections officers are given great authority and power in our system because public safety depends on them doing their jobs well.”
Andrew Emett / NationofChange / News Report - November 12, 2018
EXCLUSIVE: 50 New York state prisoners died due to inadequate medical care over the past five years, death reports reveal
By REUVEN BLAU
| NEW YORK DAILY NEWS |
NOV 12, 2018 | 6:00 AM
Florida cop arrested for allegedly attempting to fly under the influence
Trump's pick to lead Park Service will be grilled on whether protesters should pay for security costs
Marissa J. Lang, Washington Post
Voters Want Criminal Justice Reform. Are Politicians Listening?
Celinda Lake and Daniel Gotoff, The Marshall Project
Next HASC Chair Sees Need for Greater DoD Transparency
Steven Aftergood, Secrecy News
ICE Is Imprisoning a Record 44,000 People
Spencer Ackerman, Daily Beast
Nearly 34,000 Orange County inmates' calls to attorneys recorded, not the 1,079 originally reported
Todd Harmonson, The Orange County Register
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Upcoming and Recent Political Assassination Research Events
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November 15, 2018
“THE LAST WITNESSES – REVEALING THE TRUTH”
NOVEMBER 15, 2018
New book says Manhattan DA dumped probe of columnist’s JFK-linked death
By Susan Edelman
November 18, 2018 | 7:18pm
How the Warren Commission Covered Up JFK's Murder
By Bill Simpich Permalink
The Inheritance: Poisoned Fruit of JFK's Assassination
by Christopher Fulton, Michelle Fulton, Dick Russell
Richmond Woman Maintains Unique Film Archive Focused On Black Panther Party
Elliott's Reviews > The Man Who Knew Too Much: Hired to Kill Oswald and Prevent the Assassination of JFK
November 16, 2018
Massachusetts groups demands information on Boston Police Department’s “gang” database
Coalition hopes to bring transparency into the police department’s tracking methods
Written by Jessie Gomez
Edited by JPat Brown
Fourteen organizations have
Chicago Police Department Data on Gang Members
Chicago Police Department
Chicago’s gang database is full of errors -- and records we have prove it
This dataset contains descriptive information on individuals that the Chicago Police Department has classified as gang memb
Assemblymember Shirley Weber’s Assembly Bill 90 (Chapter 695, Statutes of 2017), the Fair and Accurate Gang Database Act of 2017, requires the California Department of Justice (DOJ) to assume the management of the CalGang database, effective January 1, 2018. CalGang, a shared gang intelligence database, is designed to enhance officer safety and improve the efficiency of criminal investigations by providing an accurate, timely, and electronically-generated base of statewide gang-related intelligence information.
Over the years, various legislative bills designed to refine the oversight responsibilities and notification requirements for sha
Law enforcement agencies among Massachusetts Public Records Law’s biggest offenders
How amenable are Bay State police departments to releasing the records? Your results may vary.
The recently revamped Massachusetts public records law is still hailed as one of the worst in the country. Agencies have ten days to respond to public records request, but some agencies, especially law enforcement agencies, have trouble abiding by the law.
Getting public records is
Federal agent plea deal in child porn case is rejected
Guillermo Contreras Nov. 15, 2018 Updated: Nov. 16, 2018 7:36 a.m.
When FBI Killed Naipaul A Decade Before He Died
David Headley was one of the weakest links, but Indian authorities failed to sniff him out. That’s an important lesson in how to avoid another 26/11.
State: Corbett, FBI agent Martens self-defense claims have no merit
Third autopsy claims foul play in Valdosta gym mat death case involving
sons of FBI agent
Terrell: A pardon for John Kiriakou?
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Friday, November 16 2018
Off-duty NYPD cop busted for DWI, hit and run: police
By ROCCO PARASCANDOLA
| NEW YOERK DAILY NEWS |
NOV 16, 2018 | 10:00 PM
Data Driven: Explore how cops are collecting and sharing our travel patterns using automated license plate readers
by Beryl Lipton, Dave Maass
The Electronic Frontier Foundation and MuckRock have filed hundreds of public records requests with law enforcement agencies around the country to reveal how data collected from automated license plate readers is used to track the travel patterns of drivers. Today we are releasing records obtained from 200 agencies, accounting for more than 2.5 -billion license plate scans in 2016 and 2017.
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