Hillary Camp Freaking Out As This Video Goes Viral.. ‘No Way To Stop It Now’

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2015: Adam exposes the junk science being used by police and courts

Why fingerprinting is flawed:   “Take the case of Brandon Mayfield. He was arrested for the Madrid train bombings when the world’s top fingerprint experts said he was a perfect match for a print found at the scene.”  “It’s been shown that fingerprint analysts can unconsciously change their evaluations depending on the details of the case.”  Why lie detectors don’t detect lies:   “Humans are complicated. The truth isn’t something you can detect with a machine… Back in the Dark Ages, they would force criminals to hold a red hot iron to see if it burned them. If it did, it meant you were lying.” Truthful people fail polygraphs all the time, just because they’re sweaty and nervous. And all you have to do to beat it is stay super chill. Criminals do it all the time. Some infamous examples include Gary Ridgway, aka the Green River Killer…” “Larson […] Read More

2015: Unbelievable! Judge orders 3 kids to juvenile detention until age 18 for refusing to go to lunch with their father!

In a ruling that one attorney tells Yahoo Parenting is flat-out “bizarre,” a judge sent three kids to a juvenile detention facility for being in contempt of court and refusing to go to lunch with their father. “I felt like I was watching them be executed,” Maya Eibschitz-Tsimhoni, the mother of the children, ages 15, 10, and 9, told Fox 2 about the mandate from Oakland County Circuit Judge Lisa Gorcyca during a hearing about supervised parenting time with her ex-husband, Omer Tsimhoni, in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, on June 24. “No matter how bad the divorce gets, I think the court should not punish the kids for that.” But the kids were punished for not submitting to the judge’s demand that they foster a “healthy relationship” with their dad, according to Fox 2. “There is no reason why you do not have a relationship with your father,” another outlet […] Read More

2015: Man Thrown In Jail For Not Mowing Lawn

Rick Yoes has just been locked up behind bars. His crime? Not mowing his lawn. Yoes turned himself in last night at the county jail, as a warrant issued for his arrest ordered. The warrant was issued after Yoes received a fine of $1,700 last September. Since there was no way that Yoes could pay the fine, he took his vacation days at the Southeast campus for Tarrant County College where he is an electrician. By taking all of the vacation days at once, this allowed a replacement to fill in for him while he spends the next 17 days in the county jail. So what crime did Yoes commit? The regulation for the city of Grand Prairie says that lawns may be as high as 12 inches. But Rick’s daughter Angel explains that this new regulation wasn’t familiar to her or her father, according to Fresno Peoples Media. Angel continues, “Yes, we should have been […] Read More

2015: Nurses Coming Clean About Government’s ‘Super-Race’ Forced Sterilizations

It sounds like something out of Nazi Germany, but it happened right in the United States. Now, former nurses are coming forward, admitting and lamenting their roles in a government forced-sterilization of those deemed “defective.” “Ground Zero” for the government plans for a “super-race” was at the Lynchburg State Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded. Former nurse Celia Vandegrift is 87, but she explains that her memory is still crystal clear with regards to the forced-sterilizations she took part in administering. The government-run facility housed those who were epileptic, mentally disabled and others determined by the State to be “socially inadequate.” Vandegrift says she personally administered thousands of forced sterilizations as part of a government effort to rid society of those deemed defective. All of this was literally for the purpose of creating what the government claimed would be a “super-race.” Al-Jazeera’s “America Tonight” sat down with Vandegrift, who explained “it’s what our legislators wanted […] Read More

2015: ‘Walmart Just Proved They Are On The Side of Police Brutality’

Today marked the second National Day of Protest For John Crawford. Over a dozen cities all over the United States turned out to protest in front of their local Walmart stores, in support of the young man who was gunned down by police after he took a toy BB gun off of a Walmart shelf. Many who did not attend the protests have asked or wondered “why are you doing these protests at Walmart?” “After all,” they say, “it wasn’t Walmart’s fault that the Beavercreek police killed John Crawford.” Yes and no. Protesters associated with the #Action4JohnCrawford protests say that Walmart store security has colluded with the Beavercreek police from day one. They have covered up everything for the police and concealed evidence, all to help the police get their story together and to allow public anger to dissipate, at the police department’s request. While the public demanded that […] Read More

2015: African American Arrested for Drinking Iced Tea in Parking Lot Finally Cleared After Two Years

He was doing nothing other than standing in a parking lot and drinking a can of iced tea. But he found out that this can apparently get you arrested, all on it’s own. That’s what happened back on the evening of April 27th, in 2013. Two men had been outside waiting for friends to arrive. They were standing in the parking lot outside of a state-owned ABC Liquor Store. One of those two men was Christopher Lamont Beatty. He was holding a canned beverage, while his friend, Tino Brown, was on his cell phone. A unidentified and ununiformed man came up to Beatty and demanded to know what he was drinking. The man said he was “the police”, but failed to produce any badge or identifying proof that he was a member of law enforcement. The ununiformed cop said he was sure the two were drinking alcohol. In reality, however, Tino Brown’s drink turned out to not be alcohol […] Read More

Lawmakers Trying To Pass Bill Exempting Politicians From Arrest And Prosecution For Corruption

Taking payoffs, breaking the law and pushing through unconstitutional legislation as special favors to corporate interests has long been par for the course in politics. But now Representative Kevin Calvey (R – Oklahoma City) wants to make it official and make it illegal to arrest any state officials accused of a public offense. Representative Calvey has introduced House Bill 2206, which would prohibit Oklahoma’s district attorneys from prosecuting state officials, granting that power exclusively to the state’s Attorney General. This would exempt lawmakers from prosecution of nearly any crimes that are normally handled at the local level. The bill proposes the following: “The jurisdiction of a prosecution against a principal in the commission of a public offense, when such principal is a state elected official, state legislator, district court judicial officer, appellate judicial officer or an appointee of a state board or state commission at the time of the commission of […] Read More

Senator With DUI Says 1891 Rule Should Make Him ‘Privileged From Arrest’

He was busted drinking and driving, but a Kentucky state senator says that he should have his charges dismissed. Why? Because of a rule that originated from before there were even cars on the road. Senator Brandon Smith cites an 1891 rule that says state lawmakers are “privileged from arrest” during legislative sessions. Smith’s request was formally filed as a motion by his attorney. It is based on Section 43 in the Kentucky state constitution. That section was added in 1891. “The members of the General Assembly shall, in all cases except treason, felony, breach or surety of the peace, be privileged from arrest during their attendance on the sessions of their respective Houses, and in going to and returning from the same; and for any speech or debate in either House they shall not be questioned in any other place,” it reads. Smith, a Republican senator, found himself […] Read More