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“Why can’t we all just get along” . . . Rodney King
Image: Reduced resolution screenshot from nationally televised footage of Rodney King beating (March 3, 1991). The original home video was shot by George Holliday. CREDIT: PBS TV SOURCE: Wikipedia (Fair Use Rationale)
Published on Dec 4, 2013
The trial for two Orange County, Calif. police officers involved in the death of homeless man Kelly Thomas began Monday. Thomas, who was mentally ill, was confronted by six Fullerton police officers in 2011. Surveillance video shows the officers beating Thomas with their fists and the butts of their guns, and tasing him at least four times. Thomas died of his injuries. . . . From description published with video.
Image: Crowd driven from Tompkins Square by the mounted police, in the Tompkins Square Riot of 1874. CREDIT: Matt Morgen(?); Illustration in: Frank Leslie’s illustrated newspaper, 1874 Jan. 31, p. 344. (Library of Congress) SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain)
From Police Misconduct
National Police Misconduct NewsFeed Daily Recap 12-04-13
December 5, 2013 @ 2:00 PM by Tim Lynch
Here are the 7 reports of police misconduct tracked for Wednesday, December 04, 2013:
- Update: Hartleton, Pennsylvania (Previously reported 09-06-13): A jury found the suspended police chief guilty of theft by extortion. But, he was found not guilty of other charges including conspiracy. bit.ly/1dQmUDE . . . Complete Report
Dig a LITTLE DEEPER ~ THEI Archive “Merging Police State”
Although the mainstream media are using Eric Garner in conjunction with the Michael Brown case they are completely different. And the differences are perfectly clear.
Michael Brown was a punk and a bully who was running from a strong-arm robber he had commented a few minutes before. Michael Brown was killed because he had commented a crimes and did not want to be arrested.
Eric Garner was selling loose cigarettes. He was fighting back against an unjust tax on cigarettes. A tax which created the black-market Mr. Garner was serving.
While we at THEI disagree with the protests against the Michael Brown grand jury findings. We just as strongly join with the peaceful protesters in the Eric Garner case and take up the war cry “I Can’t Breathe”.
Over the years we have featured many stories on the merging police state, the militarization of our police departments and the growing police brutality in our country. It’s not just a problem in the black communities it’s also happening in poor white neighborhoods and on our nations highways. These cases are usually only reported by local media. By careful selection of which stories to “report” the mainstream media helps in the Controllers divide and conquer plans. By hooking the Brown and Garner cases together it adds to the civil unrest needed to help create the smokescreen the Controllers need at this time. Smoke, Baby, Smoke. . . EDITOR
Demonstrators took to the streets of New York City and Washington, DC on Wednesday, protesting the non-indictment of a police officer who killed unarmed African-American man Eric Garner. The 43-year-old father of six was selling loose cigarettes when confronted by the New York City Police Department and placed in a chokehold that ultimately killed him. RT’s Alexey Yaroshevsky is in on the ground in New York while Manuel Rapalo is in Washington.
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Featured Image: A typical toy cap gun display. CREDIT: Netspotz2 This work has been released into the public domain by its author, Netspotz2 at the wikipedia project. This applies worldwide. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons.
Published on Nov 11, 2013
Over the weekend, hundreds of people across California took to the streets demanding justice for victims of police brutality. The emotional marches were sparked by the killing of 13-year-old Andy Lopez last month. Lopez was shot and killed by Sonoma County Deputy Erick Gelhaus on October 22.
Dig a LITTLE DEEPER ~ THEI Archive “Anti-Gun Propaganda Targeting Kids”
Featured Image: Southern portion of Miami Beach with downtown Miami in background. Original description: Photo taken from helicopter ride Jan 2006. CREDIT: Miamiboyz (talk) SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain).
Pro-weed candidate runs for mayor of Miami Beach
Published on Nov 4, 2013
Steve Berke is 32 years old, running for Mayor of Miami Beach and has started his own political party, the Afterparty. He wants to decriminalize marijuana, end police brutality, and build the SkyLink. To reach disenfranchised voters he raps and makes comedic YouTube videos. This local election has gained the attention of former US President Bill Clinton and Sir Richard Branson.
Follow the Money Kickstarter Campaign
Published on Jun 18, 2013
Our Kickstarter Campaign for the hilarious and groundbreaking documentary, “Follow the Money.” To see the amazing perks being offered, click here: http://kck.st/11RHTcR
Despite not hitting our Kickstarter goal, we are still moving forward with the making of this film! If anyone would still like to support me, please go to my website and give a little to my Miami Beach Mayoral campaign. Thanks, and much love!
Miami Beach SkyLink (Official Music Video)
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Written and Performed by Steve Berke, featuring Sexy Sax Man, Towelie, and David King Cain with special guest Playboy Playmate Amanda Cerny (@AmandaCerny on twitter/Instagram)…
Featured Image: Adam Kokesh in his Adam vs The Man studio. CREDIT: Adam Kokesh. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (This file is made available under the Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication Public-Domain).
Image: Adam Kokesh one of several indivduals arrested after a nonviolent protest against the Iraq war in the Senate Hart Office Building, Washington, DC, 26 April 2007. CREDIT: Carolmooredc SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. Public Domain)
We have been following the story of Super Patriot activist Adam Kokesh for a while now and most of you know of his latest arrest. Here’s a little background with Adam’s involvement with the DC park police and why there were probably a lot of high-five’s in the DC Park Police locker room that night.
I thought I’d do a little presentation to put on the front burner a review of Adam Kokesh and his public disobedience record, a man who not only talks the talk but also walks the walk.
Help Adam with his legal fees if possible. . . EDITOR
Adam VS the Robot White House Citizen Harassment Service
Published on Jul 22, 2013
Robot White House guards receive a Kokeshing.
Adam Kokesh verbally body slams, chokes out cops at White House
Published on Apr 15, 2013
When harassed by cops for filming at the White House, Adam decides to make them his bitch.
POLICE BRUTALITY – Adam Kokesh Body slammed By Cops For Dancing At Jefferson Memorial
Disobedient Dancers Victorious!
Published on May 13, 2013
Adam has a unusual experience with the cops in front of the white house.
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Google reports 71 per cent rise in UK government takedown requests
Google has reported a 71 per cent increase in UK government requests to remove items from its search and web services properties over the course of 2011. . . .
In the US, Google received 757 takedown requests across its sites and services, up 70 per cent from the second half of last year. More than half were from Google Groups, where the company removed 379 pages deemed defamatory.
From Google’s report on Government requests for removal “Transparency Report”
Like other technology and communications companies, Google regularly receives requests from government agencies and courts around the world to remove content from our services and hand over user data. Our Government Requests tool discloses the number of requests we receive from each government in six-month reporting periods with certain limitations.
Governments ask companies to remove content for many different reasons. For example, some content removals are requested due to allegations of defamation, while others are due to allegations that the content violates local laws prohibiting hate speech or pornography. Laws surrounding these issues vary by country, and the requests reflect the legal context of a given jurisdiction. We hope this tool will be helpful in discussions about the appropriate scope and authority of government requests. . . . Report
[This is another step in the planned take-over of complete control of the exchange of information available on the information highway to the people of MOST of the world. EDITOR]