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Sunday, February 16, 2014

Obama tells Fox news the government is going to take our guns

Obama's Secret Service agent left the detail to tell you the truth of Obama

Obama Impeachment charges

Obama signs NDDA in 2012 that violates your Constitutional rights and Congress approved

January 1, 2012
President Obama, who pledged to veto the National Defense Authorization Act, has signed it.
Of course his promise was only for public consumption. After all, lying to your enemy is what invading corporate takeover armies do.
It was the Obama administration all along that demanded the indefinite detention provisions be added while at the same time telling the America people he was fighting to protect their rights.
President Obama signed on Saturday the defense authorization bill, formally ending weeks of heated debate in Congress and intense lobbying by the administration to strip controversial provisions requiring the transfer of some terror suspects to military custody.
"I have signed this bill despite having serious reservations with certain provisions that regulate the detention, interrogation, and prosecution of suspected terrorists," Obama said in a statement accompanying his signature.
The White House had originally threatened to veto the $662 billion bill, considered must-pass legislation, over the language that requires mandatory military custody for suspects linked to al-Qaida or its affiliates, even if they are captured in the U.S. Just before the House and Senate passed the bill comfortably, the White House said it would support the bill’s compromise language that, as tweaked by conference committee, would not impede the administration’s ability to collect intelligence or incapacitate dangerous terrorists.
Still, administration officials have admitted publicly the final provisions were not the preferred approach of this administration.
Responding to the White House’s concerns that the provisions would limit the flexibility of law-enforcement and counterterrorism officials, lawmakers added written assurances the bill would not affect existing waivers of the FBI or any other domestic law-enforcement agency. They also gave the president the authority to waive the military-detention provisions, and dropped language requiring military tribunals for all cases.
Many Democrats and human-rights groups have decried the bill’s language that would allow indefinite detention for suspected terrorists without a trial--including Americans arrested in the United States. Supporters of the detainee provisions argue that the bill merely codifies existing law as it applies to Americans and legal resident aliens, as they retain the right to challenge their detention in court.
The bill also sets in motion strong sanctions against Iran’s Central Bank, in an attempt to rein in Tehran’s nuclear program, by impeding Iran’s ability to process payments for the roughly $90 billion in oil and gas it sells each year. The measures, which would penalize any foreign financial institution that does business with the central bank, sparked threats by Iranian officials to cut off access to the Strait of Hormuz, which could block transportation of most oil exports from the Persian Gulf.
The administration retains a national security waiver for the sanctions – and one to waive the petroleum sanctions if it determines there isn’t enough global supply to offset the lost Iranian oil – but has said it opposes being held to a timeline that could fragment to the international coalition working to isolate Iran or potentially spike oil prices.

Police demands a arrest quota and ticket quota

DC Police Detective Pulls gun in a snowball fight

DC Cop pulls his firearm out on a crowd of 50 people for fighting with snowballs. Is this Detective out of his fucking mind.  

80 Year old man hold a 22 was killed in bed by Sheriff's Department in L.A.

On the morning of June 27, 2013, 80-year old Eugene Mallory was shot and killed in his own bed by police executing a search warrant for methamphetamines.
The raid was based on a no-knock warrant, meaning deputies enter the home literally without knocking. As events unfolded, the circumstances under which the shooting occurred are the subject of some dispute.
Reason reports:
Deputies approached the house, and what happened next is where things get murky. The deputies said they announced their presence upon entering and were met in the hallway by the 80-year-old man, wielding a gun and stumbling towards them. The deputies later changed the story when the massive bloodstains on Mallory’s mattress indicated to investigators that he’d most likely been in bed at the time of the shooting. Investigators also found that an audio recording of the incident revealed a discrepancy in the deputies’ original narrative:
That discrepancy was the timing of when the instruction to “drop the gun” was given. Upon listening to the recording, the command from shooter Sgt. John Bones appears to have come after he opened fire, fatally shooting Mallory six times.
Mallory never fired a weapon, and no methamphetamines were found in his home.
The video above paints a frightening picture of an average citizen with no criminal record who ended up dead in a situation that should not have occurred in the first place. This raid was initiated by a self-proclaimed expert who determined the home was the site of illegal drug manufacturing based on the “strong odor of chemicals” he detected coming from the area.
As Glenn Reynolds at says: “No-knock raids should be executed at the government’s peril, and only when someone’s life is reasonably believed to be in immediate danger.”
Mallory was a retiree. An elderly man, hard of hearing, who apparently did not understand who was invading his home armed to the teeth. It was a highly tense and very dangerous situation.
The L.A. County Sheriff’s department declined to respond to requests for comment from Reason.

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