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Archived News Wednesday October 2nd, 2013
Shoot First, Ask Questions Later: Cop Fired For Shooting At Man During Traffic Stop posted 10/02/2013, 12:50 AM (InformationLiberation)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]

Fortunately, the five-year veteran cannot shoot straight, so the innocent man escaped with his life.

From The Statesman:
AUSTIN, Texas — A five-year veteran of the Austin Police Department was wrong to shoot at a man who got out of his car during a traffic stop earlier this year, Chief Art Acevedo said Friday while explaining his decision to fire Officer Justin Boehm.

Boehm was driving behind James Barton when the Austin resident ran a red light at the intersection of East 12th Street and Airport Boulevard around 7:50 a.m. on May 8.

Boehm promptly pulled him over, and several seconds later, Barton got out of his truck.

Footage from the dashboard camera in Boehm's patrol car shows Barton walking toward Boehm and pulling a dark object from his pocket — his wallet — after the officer twice told him to "stay in the car." Boehm then shoots at Barton, missing, and starts yelling for him to stay in the car.

After jumping at the gunshot, Barton drops his wallet and gets into his truck. He was unarmed.
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Government 'Shut Down' Doesn't Prevent Opening of $2 Billion NSA Spy Center posted 10/02/2013, 12:50 AM (Infowars)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
The so-called “government shut down” and the furloughing of thousands of non-essential federal employees has not prevented the opening of a $2 billion dollar NSA spy center in Utah which will snoop on Americans’ private emails, Google searches and phone calls.

As we highlighted yesterday, the shut down will only affect the tiny amount of services government provides that Americans actual
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From NSA Spying and VIPR Sweeps to Domestic Drones: A Round-Up of the Police State Programs NOT Affected by a Government Shutdown posted 10/02/2013, 12:49 AM (John W. Whitehead)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
Like clockwork, we’ve ticked back to the annual government shutdown scare that invariably dominates news headlines and sends stocks seesawing for a few scant weeks until, at the very last moment, the nation is miraculously pulled from the brink of disaster. It’s always an entertaining show, with both Republicans and Democrats doing their best to one-up each other with heartbreaking anecdotes about the millions who will suffer in the event of a government shutdown and showy bravado over the need ... (more)

Taxes: Man's Inhumanity to Man posted 10/02/2013, 12:49 AM (Jeffrey Tucker)
[Category: Commentary]
My community in the Deep South prides itself on friendship, community feeling, and an overall happy spirit. So it was a bit strange for all of this to be utterly smashed and obliterated in the course of a few calamitous weeks in which friend turned against friend, colleagues became antagonists and enemies, and families were rended asunder.

What disaster led to this? It wasn't Mother Nature. It was politics.

The question of whether to raise property taxes was put to
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Government Policing Does Not Mix Well With Private Security posted 10/02/2013, 12:48 AM (Mises Institute)
[Category: Commentary]
When government police fail to provide adequate protection, people turn to private security. Yet, when private security becomes inconvenient for the monopoly security force (i.e., the state), purchasers of private security are punished.

Recently, public police departments in the Des Moines, Iowa area have been charging businesses and private homeowners for responding to false alarms -- that is, alarms ge
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The Shutdown Is Upon Us posted 10/02/2013, 12:48 AM (Anthony Gregory)
[Category: Commentary]
“The vast machinery of the federal government began grinding to a halt” this morning, according to the New York Times. The Smithsonian museums and national zoo are closed. Parks are shuttered. Visa and passport applicants will have their approvals delayed. Most NASA employees aren’t going to work.

These conspicuous inconveniences characterize the shutdown, as “non-essential” federal servic
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A License to Commit Aggression posted 10/02/2013, 12:48 AM (Will Grigg)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
Two men claiming to be police officers broke into the home of a Houston police officer. The resident opened fire on the invaders, driving them away but suffering a minor gunshot wound in the process.

On average, more than one hundred no-knock SWAT raids take place in this country every day. This has inspired a growing number of private criminals to impersonate SWAT teams wh
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Florida: Police Sergeant Fired Over Bogus DUI Arrest posted 10/02/2013, 12:47 AM (TheNewspaper)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
C. Philip Campbell JrPolice in Tampa, Florida on Friday fired Sergeant Ray Fernandez over his role in a bogus arrest of a prominent lawyer for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI). Tampa officers arrested C. Philip Campbell Jr on January 23, just two weeks into the high-profile defamation trial between prominent radio show hosts Bubba the Love Sponge and Todd MJ Schnitt. Campbell represented Schnitt, and rival attorney Adam Filthaut represented Bubba the Love Sponge.

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