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After Capitol police crises, scores of officers facing mass arrests for betraying their literal oath
2020 U.S Elections

After Capitol police crises, scores of officers facing mass arrests for betraying their literal oath

The quest to identify and prosecute the Capitol officers pictured in multiple videos during the siege appears to be taking flight. According to reports, FBI officials have taken at least 15 Capitol officers into custody for questioning with at least one facing arrest and major charges. It is widely believed that part of the reason why the Capitol Complex terrorist attack was able to actually happen is because Capitol officers didn’t care. One of the most notable moments of such happened to be captured by journalist Timothy Burke — which quickly went viral online and further illustrated the idea that police officers are turning their backs on Americans. House lawmakers are helping FBI officials lead the charge to arrest and charge members of the mob that invaded the Capitol. Mos...
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ICYMI: India has approved not one but TWO COVID vaccines, as vaccination efforts ramp up to breakneck speed

NEW DELHI, INDIA — Big news in India this week as we wrap up the week in review. According to the Indian government Indian officials have now approved not one but two different COVID vaccines in their fight against the Coronavirus. Per the govermnet — one comes from Oxford ‘s AstraZeneca jab and the other comes from locale firm Bharat Biotech. Handout/ India Government Drug Administration officials say that both vaccines will have to be administered in two doses in hopes that it will help launch a larger vaccination program in the country. India is the world’s second most popular country.
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Because of the COVID relief bill, America just edged closer to discovering whether or not aliens are real

Thanks to a little noticed provision in the spending/COVID relief bill it turns out the intelligence community has a new time table. A time table that will now force the community to turn over everything it has to numerous House and Senate committees on UFOs and the already real sightings of apparent aerial objects. In the set of bills, a provision lays out that the intelligence community now has 180 calendar days from the day it became law to submit the documents. The move signals that the intelligence community must turn over the documents as means as to that select government committees can then begin the attempt to become more transparent with the American public. More than ever before, the American public for a multitude of reasons has close to no trust in the government. ...
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Merry Christmas London and Europe — we love you.

The first of many Christmas posts probably are here. We’d like to just take a moment to wish the British families and those in Europe that swing by our digital home everyday a Merry Christmas. Like many, including ourselves, Christmas is no where near what most of us are used too. Our hearts go out to those that are now in jeopardy; lockdown, or have lost family members or loved ones this year. We can’t imagine how that must feel and we can’t imagine how government inaction has likely only made it worse. Like most things we human mortals usually are pretty strong even in the face of government failure. Please stay safe out there; hug your families, and protect yourself.
The wild story of Michael Fagan and how he managed to break into Buckingham Palace
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The wild story of Michael Fagan and how he managed to break into Buckingham Palace

This article is on the subject of Michael Fagan the historical figure mentioned in Season 4 of the Crown. In 1982, Michael Fagan managed to breach the walls of Buckingham Palace; break through a staff window, wander around the palace, and eventually land in the Queen ‘s bedroom. Fagan, according to history, was a troubled individual but particularly not quite on his own accord. Stamped out by the rising unemployment; civil unrest, and lack of help from the state during Thatcher ‘s reign —- Fagan was at a brick road in his life. Certainly nobody should ever break into place’s that aren’t there’s — however much more should’ve been done to address the fact Margaret Thatcher single-handedly brought often more trouble than good to the United Kingdom. On the night of 9 July 1982 ...
Discretion advised: A Black teen Quawan Bobby Charles, 15, was found brutally mutilated in a Louisiana field
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Discretion advised: A Black teen Quawan Bobby Charles, 15, was found brutally mutilated in a Louisiana field

Editors note: This story contains information about the ongoing case of the death of a Black teenager in Louisiana. This story also contains elements in which suggest this may have been a hate crime according to the family. Authorities in Louisiana are denying that it was ever a hate crime, although, lots of information still remains unknown at this time. We will update this page and continue coverage as we gain more information about the death of the teen involved. According to the family of Quawan Bobby Charles, 15, he disappeared roughly 30 October and was not seen again. News reports show that Charles disappeared that night and didn't come home prompting almost immediate missing persons reports in Loreauville, Louisiana. The problem with Charles disappearance is th...
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A dramatic scene unfolded in England after a woman just wanted to see her mum

The pandemic truly has exhausted most of the emotions we as humans now feel because we haven't seen our families in months and some will go on to miss the holidays. In England, one woman found out the hard way about lockdown restrictions after she reportedly tried to remove her 90 something year old mum from a care home without authorisation. Shoppers are seen in Newcastle, England, on Wednesday, on the eve of a national lockdown.   (Owen Humphreys/PA via AP) According to the BBC, 73-year-old Ylenia Angeli, was briefly arrested this week after having tried to remove her mum from a care home in Yorkshire. Police were called to the scene to report an assault on site, however, it wasn't actually an assault. Angeli apparently like the rest of us hadn't seen her mum...
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Trump ‘s prayer adviser went off the fucking rails last night, watch this *wild* broadcast begging for African Angels

There's something odd going on at Paula White-Cain 's congregation. Last night via a Facebook Live Broadcast -- the hard-right pastor apparently made a plea for African and South American angels (two groups of people that Trump otherwise could care less about.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUmMUmLYT1Y&feature=emb_title The lady above has been identified as Paula White-Cain, an apparent spiritual and religious adviser to Trump. You just can't make this stuff up.
Open Post: Lisa Raye has opened an Onlyfans account
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Open Post: Lisa Raye has opened an Onlyfans account

These days it seems like everybody from Japan to western America has an Onlyfans account. In fact, they’ve become so common these days it isn’t all that surprising when one announces that they have one. This week —- cougar Lisa Raye confirmed that she has in fact joined the pay-per-subscription members site in an effort to have another source of income during the pandemic. https://www.instagram.com/tv/CGqXkhenfbZ/?igshid=66ugr1h9i1ks
Software exec Robert Brockman charged in $2B tax evasion scandal
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Software exec Robert Brockman charged in $2B tax evasion scandal

You've probably never heard of the name but you have now. Software CEO Robert Brockman is facing the largest recorded tax evasion charge to the tune of nearly $2B and counting. But those aren't the only salacious allegations in fact they don't even come close. According to the 39-page indictment out of California -- Brockman is accused of tax fraud; money laundering, wire fraud, evasion, and securities fraud (that means in lesser terms defrauding the folks who invested in his company.). That company perhaps being Reynolds & Reynolds. Money seems to turn people into criminals. The indictment shows a pretty wild scheme of antics to evade detection by the IRS. An encrypted e-mail system; money managers using fake identities attending money laundering conferences (tap y...
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Shocking files reveal the sheer level of corruption within American Banks

Turns out — there is now a round 2 of the Panama Papers. Except this time around the western world is being targeted for its acts of illicit money laundering and more. In what are now known as the FinCEN papers —- the likes of JP Morgan Chase & HSBC are just two of the banks revealed to be taking part in money laundering schemes for all types of people. The papers revealed those people to be corrupt leaders; drug kingpins and queen pins, and other bad actors throughout the quite literal world in which we live in. Suspicious Activity Reports (or SARS here guys) play a big part in this file collection released by the International Consortium of Journalists. SARS are specialized and otherwise closely guarded secret reports that banks keep on customers they think may be breaking t...
Did you know U.S cops use Ketamine during arrests? #BlackLivesMatter
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Did you know U.S cops use Ketamine during arrests? #BlackLivesMatter

In our attempts to better cover the #BlackLivesMatter movement; why it matters, and why people are rightfully upset --- I decided to dig into a topic that I will confess I didn't know much about. Truthfully, I had no idea that U.S cops use an otherwise questionably used drug to sedate would-be prisoners that for whatever reason they may deem a "threat." Teresa Crawford, Associated Press file Denver officials have now opened a review in the death of Elijah McClain. The review comes amid reports that many didn't realise that he was injected with Ketamine during the arrest although grounds for such may not have been fully there. The Denver Post reports that officials opened up the review after sketchy terms from the EMS emerged. By terms, we mean the fact that EMS allege...
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Prince Harry & Meghan have finally set down their own roots

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle officially have a home. According to reports and their rep, the couple bought a lovely home in Santa Barbra where they have now settled with Prince Archie Mountbatten. According to CNN, their rep confirmed they moved in last month. "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into their family home in July of this year," the spokesperson said in a statement. "They have settled into the quiet privacy of their community since their arrival and hope that this will be respected for their neighbors, as well as for them as a family."
CA bill aims to make victims of police violence eligible for compensation
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CA bill aims to make victims of police violence eligible for compensation

If California lawmakers get their way residents who find themselves the victim of unwarranted police violence may soon be compensated. According to a new piece of legislation, this would be the first of its kind in America and would give victims of police violence access to and a chunk of state compensation funds. The legislation appears to specifically address reparations if you will for those hardest hit by police. Black Lives Matter protesters take to the streets during a march and demonstration on April 4, 2018 ... [+] PHOTO BY JUSTIN SULLIVAN/GETTY IMAGES AB-767 seeks to reduce some of the roadblocks people have to go through in order to access the compensation funds. The bill would allow the use of evidentiary pieces such as witness accounts; medical records, a...
Amber Guyger who murdered an unarmed black man after wrongfully entering his home — appeals sentence
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Amber Guyger who murdered an unarmed black man after wrongfully entering his home — appeals sentence

In this Sept. 25, 2019, file photo, fired Dallas police officer Amber Guyger looks toward her attorney before proceedings in her murder trial in Dallas.   (Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News via AP, Pool, File) Because she now says it wasn't in fact murder because she considered him a threat at the time (ergo, she actually unlawfully entered his home; shot him to death, and now argues that he was the threat in his own home.). As the weekend kicked off, Guyger formally filed an appeal to have her murder conviction lessened on grounds that it was justified. You can't make this up. "Her mistaken belief negated the culpability for murder because although she intentionally and knowingly caused Jean's death, she had the right to act in deadly force in self-defense." reads...
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