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The 99 percent offered criticism of the 1 percent. They exposed and made clear what most Americans know. They struggled peacefully to inform and mobilize public opinion. They won huge numbers of hearts and minds. The 1 percent in the US did what their counterparts in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, and so on did earlier this year.
Rescue Dog Shot Dead By Cop at Crowded Street Festival
Agency attempts to play down “Poop Bomb” outrage Steve Watson Prisonplanet.com May 10, 2011 The TSA has defended the actions of two of it’s agents who were photographed conducting a full body pat down on an eight-month old baby at Kansas City International Airport yesterday, saying they were adhering to procedure. The image went viral yesterday after it was uploaded to a social networking site with the comment “TSA Looking for Poop Bombs?”
Those of us who have called for an end to the long-gun registry have often focussed on its cost — at least $2-billion — and its uselessness in stopping crime. But the greatest damage done by Bill C-68 has been the wedge it has driven between police and law-abiding Canadians who own guns for hunting, sport shooting or vermin control on farms. Consider the case of Henry Barnes.
VANCOUVER - An 11-year-old boy who was shocked by an RCMP Taser was the only child living in a British Columbia residential facility, with two staff members looking after him 24 hours a day.
TWO teenage girls have been targeted by police - for playing hopscotch in their Midland street. Officers swooped on Kayleigh Mangan and Georgina Smallwood, both 14, claiming they were behaving in an "anti-social" manner by playing the childhood game. The community support officers also ticked the girls off for chalking too many hopscotch grids on the pavement in Spring Street in Halesowen.
Kurt Nimmo Infowars.com February 9, 2011 In Vietnam and Algeria, it was considered a crude form of torture. The magneto of a military field telephone was often used on prisoners and enemy combatants. A d v e r t i s e m e n t
Ann Stanczyk, 49, was walking her terrier Psotka (Polish for prankster) near her home in Rockaway Beach on the Friday after Thanksgiving when two NYPD officers took a special interest in her dog's business. She claims that two cops approached her and ordered her to scoop poop that wasn't Psotka's, and after she begrudgingly complied, they violently arrested her for talking back. "They saw my dog and they said I didn't clean up," Stanczyk, a Polish immigrant, tells the Daily News . "I said, 'No, she only pee.'
PRLog (Press Release) - Sep. 10, 2010 - Paul Fraser has plenty of hard evidence, including names, years and political connections that influenced the awarding of these valuable Snow Crab licences. Fishermen (neighbours) from Glace Bay, Cape Breton were selected by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans for two - $2,000,000 Snow Crab Licenses based on cronyism and political patronage. Paul Fraser explains, "My Proposal for a $2,000,000 Snow Crab License was ignored by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) because of my lack of political affiliation. This can be grounds for a discrimination complaint under the "Nova Scotia Human Rights Act" - Section 5(1)(U)" The Snow Crab Fishery in Glace Bay, Cape Breton is dominated by a few fishermen because of their political connections. This destroys the social fabric of the community and undermines any future investment for the town.
The Mounties bombed an oil installation as part of a dirty tricks campaign in their investigation into sabotage in the Alberta's oil patch. The revelation came at the bail hearing Thursday of two farmers who the Crown says have turned their complaints that oil industry pollution is making their families ill into acts of vandalism and mischief. Their lawyer produced evidence that the RCMP bombed a wellsite and that they did it with the full support of the energy company that owned it. The Crown admits the allegations are true. Wiebo Ludwig The police have been under pressure from the industry and the government to put an end to two years of attacks which have caused millions of dollars in damage.
A police oversight body is probing the comments of a police officer who was caught on YouTube telling a man who refused to be searched during the G20 summit, "This ain't Canada right now." The video shows a verbal confrontation between Paul Figueiras and York Regional Police officers working summit duty in downtown Toronto, about a block from the security perimeter. One officer tells Figueiras that police need to search his backpack, but he refuses. "You haven't opened up your bag, so take off," the officer says to the man.
Ian Thomson moved to a rural homestead in Southwestern Ontario to lead a quiet life investing in a little fixer-upper. Then his neighbour’s chickens began showing up on his property. He warned his neighbour, then killed one of the birds. The incident began six years of trouble for Mr. Thomson that culminated early one Sunday morning last August when the 53-year-old former mobile-crane operator woke up to the sound of three masked men firebombing his Port Colborne, Ont., home. “I was horrified,” he said.
Mark Kennedy had sexual relationships with several women while serving as an undercover policeman and infiltrating a ring of environmental activists Undercover police officers routinely adopted a tactic of "promiscuity" with the blessing of senior commanders, according to a former agent who worked in a secretive unit of the Metropolitan police for four years. The former undercover policeman claims that sexual relationships with activists were sanctioned for both men and women officers infiltrating anarchist, leftwing and environmental groups.
Undercover Cops Provoke G-20 Riots Toronto is right now in the midst of a massive government / media propaganda fraud. As events unfold, it is becoming increasingly clear that the 'Black Bloc' are undercover police operatives engaged in purposeful provocations to eclipse and invalidate legitimate G20 citizen protest by starting a riot. Government agents have been caught doing this before in Canada. Montebello 2007 Riot Prevented - Identical Boots Exposed Undercover Police Provocateurs At the ‘Security and Prosperity Partnership’ meeting protests at Montebello Quebec on August 20, 2007, a Quebec union leader caught and outed three masked undercover Quebec Provincial Police operatives dressed as ‘black bloc’ protestors about to start a riot by throwing rocks at the security police.
Originally published January 25, 2011 at 9:26 AM | Page modified September 14, 2012 at 11:35 AM