We report on so many bad cop stories here at THEI that it’s refreshing to have a report like this one. That makes it extra special to award the cops in this report the trophies pictured. Unfortunately we can’t really give real trophies but even if we could it would not be enough.. . EDITOR
Tuesday marked the two year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. Two years ago protesters hit the street in mass numbers to show their disdain for the economic state of the country and their anger towards the US government for bailing out the big banks. So what has changed in the last couple years? Occupy activists Sam Jewler, Mike Perlman and Ilana Alazzeh join us to give us an update on the movement.
The elitist Bilderburg group will hold their secretive globalist annual planning meetings here at the Grove, June 6 – 9, 2013. We will carry any live streaming from The Grove during the meetings right here on THEI. . . EDITOR
As first-year criminal law students know, most crimes require that a certain state of mind be proven. The new law re-writes an existing 1971 trespass law, which stated someone had to act “willfully and knowingly” when committing the crime.
Now, the language has been changed so that the actor only need behave “knowingly,” which would mean knowing one was in a restricted area but not necessarily that he or she was committing a crime. This small change would allow the Secret Service to arrest protestors more easily, the ACLU said in a statement.
The law makes it an offense to knowingly enter the certain areas without legal authority. The following areas are off-limits: . . . Read complete report
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“Anti-Occupy Law Passed By Congress & White House Nearly Unanimously”
The Next Frontier for Occupy: Protesters Take Over Vacant Homes, Rally to Protect Those Facing Eviction and Foreclosure
Occupiers rallied with homeowners facing foreclosure or eviction, interrupted housing auctions, protested at banks, and took over vacant properties to move homeless families in.
December 6, 2011 |
On Tuesday occupiers all over the country took part in a day of action to do what politicians and the courts have repeatedly failed to: hold banks accountable for creating the housing crisis and then making it massively worse by rushing through millions of shady and illegal foreclosures. . . . continue report