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Archived News Monday July 2nd, 2012
15-Yr-Old Says Cop Ordered Her To Undress, Examined Her Privates To "Check" Whether She Had Sex posted 07/02/2012, 2:13 AM (InformationLiberation)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
Fourty-six-year-old Juan De Los Rios is not a forensic gynecologist, he's an 18-year-veteran police officer and a captain of the Miramar police department in Florida. Yet, after he stumbled upon a car with two young people talking to one another in the back seat, he decided to take on the role of the former, ordering the 15-year-old girl he came across to disrobe, then examining her privates in extreme detail with a flashlight to "check" to see if she had had sex.

Via the Miami Herald:
According to the arrest affidavit, the girl was sitting in the back of a car with a 19-year-old friend parked in the back lot of a business plaza in Miramar after school on Jan. 18, when a man approached the car and looked at them through the window.

He asked them to roll down the window.

Because he was in a dark-blue uniform and wearing a gold badge, the teens thought he was a police officer and complied.

The man then began to question them. At one point, he leaned against the window, looked at them, gave a hard long pause and asked: “Well, were you having sex? What are you doing here?”

The girl quickly responded “no, no, no, officer no,” the affidavit said. The girl told police she and her friend were just talking.

But the man told the girl he “needed to check.”

The girl asked “Check what?”

“I need to see inside,” he responded.
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The American Nightmare That Is Civil Asset Forfeiture posted 07/02/2012, 2:09 AM (Wendy McElroy)
[Category: Commentary]
Being innocent does not matter. Not being arrested or convicted of a crime is no protection. With amazing ease, the government can take everything you own. And to recover it, you must prove your innocence through an expensive and difficult court proceeding in which a severely lowered standard of evidence favors the government. This is civil asset forfeiture.

Russell and Patricia Caswell of Tewksbury, Mass
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Take Your Bureaucratic Hands Off My Microwave posted 07/02/2012, 2:09 AM (Jeffrey Tucker)
[Category: Commentary]
The Department of Energy, which is the Supreme Court of your home appliances, thinks you might be wasting precious energy. And the bureaucrats have a plan for doing something about it. They want to take away the clock on your microwave oven. You know, that's the little digital display that we oddly depend on to tell us what time it is.

The bureaucrats say find some other way. Use your smartphone. Buy a wristwatch. Better yet, use a sundial. Whatever you do, just remember: The gove
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Demystifying the State posted 07/02/2012, 2:09 AM (Wendy McElroy)
[Category: Commentary]
Mystification is the process by which the commonplace is elevated to the level of the divine by those who have a vested interest in its unassailability. Government is a perfect example of mystification at work. Government is a group of individuals organized for the purpose of extracting wealth and exerting power over people and resources in a given geographic area. Ordinarily people object to and resist thieves and robbers; but in the case of government, they do not because the government has cr... (more)

Why won't the Obama administration reveal how many Americans' emails the NSA has collected and reviewed without a warrant? posted 07/02/2012, 2:07 AM (
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
Since last year, a few members of Congress--led by Senator Ron Wyden--have been trying to get the Obama administration to answer a simple question: how many Americans' phone calls or emails have been and are being collected and read without a warrant under the authority of the FISA Amendments Act of 2008 (FAA)?  Unfortunately, no one else in the government  seems to want that question answered.

The question arose soon after Congress passed the FAA, which among other things sought
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The Mandate Was Never the Issue posted 07/02/2012, 2:07 AM (Jacob G. Hornberger)
[Category: Commentary]
It really doesn’t matter which way the Supreme Court ruled on President Obama’s healthcare mandate. As long as the government is involved in healthcare, there is going to be an endless series of interventions, leading ultimately to a total government takeover of the entire healthcare arena.

For months, we have seen conservatives obsessing over the mandate, suggesting that the defeat of the mandate would be some sort of gigantic victory for economic freedom.

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Top CIA Spy Accused of Being a Mafia Hitman posted 07/02/2012, 2:06 AM (Wired)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
Enrique “Ricky” Prado’s resume reads like the ultimate CIA officer: veteran of the Central American wars, running the CIA’s operations in Korea, a top spy in America’s espionage programs against China, and deputy to counter-terrorist chief Cofer Black — and then a stint at Blackwater. But he’s also alleged to have started out a career as a hitman for a notorious Miami mobster, and kept working for the mob even after joining the CIA. Finally, he went on to serve... (more)
There's a difference? - Chris

Tasered for not showing his ticket posted 07/02/2012, 2:06 AM (Syndey Morning Herald)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
Police said this passenger was abusive and aggressive, but nothing could have been further from the truth.

A golf day ended in the rough for Michael Lindsay. A few beers at hole 19 and a bus ride to his Freshwater home went from a 26th birthday celebration to being wrongfully arrested and shot with a Taser by police.

Dallas courts drug test specialist called 'impostor,' sued posted 07/02/2012, 2:06 AM (WFAA)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
DALLAS - The man responsible for handling most of the drug tests in the Dallas County family courts system is the target of what aspires to be a class-action lawsuit.

Jim Turnage is accused by one former client of masquerading as an expert in drug test toxicology and mislabeling citizens as drug users.

"He's not who he says he is and the consequences are far-reaching and they are very painful," said the client, a recovering alcoholic who wants to remain anonymous.... (more)

Colombia High Court Okays Drug Decriminalization posted 07/02/2012, 2:03 AM (
[Category: Geopolitics]
Colombia's Constitutional Court has approved the government's proposal to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of drugs for personal use. The opinion (scroll down to item three, Expediente D-8842) issued last Sunday re-decriminalizes drug possession in Colombia, which had decriminalized by the courts in the 1990s, only to have possession recrim... (more)

Convicted Arizona Businessman Appears To Commit Suicide In Courtroom posted 07/02/2012, 2:03 AM (ABC News)
[Category: General]
An Arizona millionaire who died minutes after he was convicted of arson appeared to have put something in his mouth while in the court room, sparking an investigation into whether the convicted arsonist had poisoned himself.

Michael Marin, 53, was convicted on Thursday of purposefully burning down his $2.55 million mansion in the tony Biltmore Estates neighborhood of Phoenix after he was unable to keep up with mortgage payments and a plan to raffle his house through a charity fund
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This man attempted to steal $2.55 million through insurance fraud by burning his own house down and he faced 16-years in prison, yet the criminals in Washington can steal billions of dollars from taxpayers and give it to insurance companies like AIG and they go scott free. There is no reason non-violent criminals should be imprisoned. - Chris

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