Archive for May 17th, 2013

Tax Police Open Fire On Workers
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Tax Police Open Fire On Workers

Raw footage of incident between Ukrainian tax police and workers. Filmed in Berdyansk, Ukraine. “The confrontation between the tax authorities and the workers of a company in Berdyansk almost ended in tragedy. Armed tax police officers arrived on premises for profit inspection. Angry workers rushed the tax authorities, who opened fire in response. Both sides […]

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Military Says No Presidential Authorization Needed To Quell “Civil Disturbances”
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Military Says No Presidential Authorization Needed To Quell “Civil Disturbances”

DoD “instruction” seeks to abolish Posse Comitatus, grease skids for military coup Paul Joseph Watson May 17, 2013 A recent Department of Defense instruction alters the US code applying to the military’s involvement in domestic law enforcement by allowing US troops to quell “civil disturbances” domestically without any Presidential authorization, greasing the skids for a […]

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Did government scientists really create a secret quantum internet?
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Did government scientists really create a secret quantum internet?

GEORGE DVORSKY No, not really. But for two years, researchers at Los Alamos National Labs have been working on something they call network-centric quantum communications — and this could usher in the next generation of hyper-secure, scalable, and affordable quantum cryptographic techniques. We spoke to the lead researcher to find out more. Earlier this week, MIT’s Technology Review published […]

Using dead children’s names ‘common practice’ for undercover UK cops
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Using dead children’s names ‘common practice’ for undercover UK cops

The use of dead children’s identities by undercover officers working for the London Metropolitan Police Service was common practice, a chief constable investigating the matter told MPs. Mick Creedon, who is leading an investigation into undercover policing dubbed Operation Herne, told British lawmakers in a letter that none of the families of the children whose […]

‘Monsanto Protection Act’ might be repealed in Senate
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‘Monsanto Protection Act’ might be repealed in Senate

Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) (Reuters) The so-called Monsanto Protection Act signed into law earlier this year caused such an outrage that people around the world are planning to protest the biotech company later this month. Now a United States senator is expected to try and repeal that law. According to the Huffington Post, Sen. Jeff […]