The Indiana State Police paid $373,995 for a device that could allow authorities to capture cell phone data from unsuspecting individuals, according to a newly released document obtained by the Indiana Star. RT’s Ameera David has details.
Ever since I begin researching the Earth’s Underground Realms back in the 1970’s I have been following reports of these BOOMS, hums, banging, etc (noises) from around the word.
The first reference to these BOOMS that I found; strange humming noises occurring in the British Isles back in the mid-1950’s. Even back then they knew the origin of these disturbances – underground. Yet, you hardly ever hear that mentioned on main stream TV. Other possibilities sky, space.
I personally believe that what is being heard are construction noises from the subterranean lairs of the Controllers. The fact that these sounds are coming from underground seems to be Forgotten Knowledge when it comes to educating “we the people.”
Or is that underground fact just being ignored by the Controllers media for obvious reasons ? . . . Editor
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A sonic boom of some sort caused windows and walls to shake over several counties in North Central Florida Thursday night, and Alachua County sheriff’s officials got the explanation that it was “military manuevering of some kind.” . . . Read Complete Report
Residents in the area have reported hearing a strange loud boom that sounded like a huge explosion. This was not an earthquake because the USGS doesn’t have reports of any activity in the area. This strange phenomenon has been reported around the world the past few years. In other reports witnesses heard booms, trumpets and grinding metal sounds. What is this, please leave your thoughts.
Mysterious Booms Investigation New York News Feb. 27th 2013
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Today a trial was conducted in Indianapolis Indiana on the issue of Declaratory relief and injunctive relief due to Obama’s use of a forged Birth Certificate, a forged Selective Service Certificate, and fraudulently-obtained Connecticut Social Security number 042-68-4425.
The presiding judge is a Superior Court Judge Sherry K. Reid. For the plaintiffs appeared attorneys Orly Taitz and local Indiana counsel Greg Black. For the defense appeared Deputy United States Attorney General Kenneth Joel and Deputy United States AttorneyGeneral Jefferson Garn.
Over an extremely rigorous objection by the defense, Judge Reid admitted into evidence exhibits and testimony of witnesses Paul Irey and Felicito Papa.
Mr. Papa testified that he had graduated from the Indiana Institute of Technology and had some 20 years of experience with Adobe Illustrator program. . . . Read Complete Report
Police in Indiana say they’re finding an unexpected benefit to the drought baking the American Midwest: Marijuana crops are easier to find.
Many of the cornfields across the state’s parched lands are dry and brown, making the distinctive green marijuana crops stand out “like a sore thumb,” according to State Police Sgt. Jerry Goodin.
The State Police on Tuesday cut down 30 newly flowering marijuana plants, The Courier-Journal in Kentucky reported. If allowed to fully mature, these plants would be worth over $30,000, according to The Courier-Journal. Possessing or growing marijuana in Indiana is illegal, Goodin said, and so far in 2012, nearly 30,000 plants have been cut across the state. . . . Read Complete Report
Michael Hicks is the director of the Center for Business and Economic Researchand an associate professor of economics in the Miller College of Business at Ball State University. His column appears in Indiana newspapers.
I am always saddened and more than a bit disappointed when I hear politicians promise job creation. In the first place, we are Americans and shouldn’t be looking to the likes of President Obama or Governor Daniels for a paycheck. We elected them for weightier matters. Moreover, governments don’t create jobs, businesses do. Job creation dynamics are hard to explain and often as not seem to confuse more people than almost any economic issue. Here’s why it is so hard to talk about.
We Americans rightfully believe that we are a nation of innovators. From the shop floor of a tool and die operation, to a glass high rise in Silicon Valley, to a steamy warehouse or retail website we are a nation that revels in new ideas and new ways of doing things. . . . Read Complete Report