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Mind-reading technology is closer than you think

Try to remember every thought that crossed your mind at work today—from the benign, like what to have for lunch, to the inflammatory, like why that supervisor is such a jerk. Now imagine if your boss had access to all of those thoughts and feelings. Sounds crazy, right? It’s rapidly becoming closer to reality. Tesla founder Elon Musk’s company Neuralink just this summer announced that human trials will move forward next year for an implantable device that can read a user’s mind; scientists at UCSF recently released the results of a brain activity study, backed by Facebook, that shows it’s…

Amazon’s Facial Recognition Able to Detect Fear as Updates to Controversial Tool Revealed

Earlier in August Amazon Web Services said that its Rekognition tool can now detect violent content such as blood, wounds, weapons, self-injury, corpses, as well as sexually explicit content, while fending off concerns regarding its potential use in surveillance and privacy violation. Amazon Web Services (AWS) has added several new features to its facial-recognition software, Rekognition, including expanded age and gender recognition capabilities, and the new ability to recognise fear, the tech giant announced in a blog post on 12 August. “With this release, we have further improved the accuracy of gender identification. In addition, we have improved accuracy for…

Billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, 66, kills himself in his Manhattan jail cell, 24 hours after files in his case were unsealed and two weeks after he was placed on suicide watch ahead of his sex trafficking trial

Jeffrey Epstein has hanged himself inside his New York City jail cell.  The billionaire pedophile was found in cardiac arrest shortly before 7am on Saturday at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in downtown Manhattan.  The 66-year-old was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.  Epstein was awaiting trial on charges of conspiracy and sex trafficking and was being held at the high-security complex without bail.  The financier – who once boasted high-profile friends including Prince Andrew and President Bill Clinton – was arrested on July 6, accused of arranging to have sex with dozens of underage girls at…

Police Used Streetlamps To Spy On The Public More Than 140 Times

Gone are the days when cities used streetlamps to simply illuminate sidewalks and streets. Today’s streetlamps are being used to form an inter-connected web of surveillance devices. A recent San Diego Union-Tribunearticle revealed how San Diego police officers have used streetlamp video surveillance in at least 140 cases and sometimes as frequently as 20 times a month. Let that sink in for a moment; spying streetlamps are real and police have already requested video footage from more than 140 streetlamps. Lt. Jeffery Jordon called spying streetlamps “game changing” and that is exactly how they should be viewed. Streetlamps that are designed to…

Outrage After Police Photographed Taking Wheelchairs from Injured Homeless and Crushing Them

Police in Boston Tuesday night reportedly destroyed three wheelchairs belonging to homeless city residents in a garbage truck compactor as part of a crackdown targeting the city’s transient population. “Operation Clean Sweep” began August 2 after a county corrections officer was allegedly struck during a fight involving a number of people on “Methadone Mile,” a stretch of the city near Massachusetts Ave. and Melnea Cass Boulevard where there are a number of clinics and treatment centers. The area has a high homeless population, many of whom have been the target of the operation in the five days and counting it has continued. The…

UNHOLY SHIT! Here’s the FULL TEXT of Chapter 5 of El Paso dad’s book, “Crystal Bowls and James of God”!

Here are all 4 pages of Chapter 5 of Life Enthusiasm: A Path to Purpose Beyond Recovery: http://imgs.fyi/img/8nx0.png http://imgs.fyi/img/8nx1.png http://imgs.fyi/img/8nx2.png http://imgs.fyi/img/8nx3.png This guy’s “ultimate goal” was “to develop a unique and flexible combination of treatment approaches… uninhibited by cultural and ethnic barriers.” Someone named “Lena” referred him to “a pair of healers that were sanctioned by James of God [AKA Jon of God AKA Medium Joao AKA João Teixeira de Faria] to tour the United States and treat clients with their blend of sound healing, crystal beds, and what they refer to as the entities.” He saw a “documentary” on…

Galveston officers on horseback seen leading handcuffed man with rope

Galveston police are responding to uproar over a photo posted to Facebook showing a man being led by officers on horses, using a rope. “You don’t even do a dog like that,” said Sherri Kelly, visiting the island from Spring. “I don’t care. That’s inhumane.” RELATED: Attorney demands bodycam of Galveston man’s arrest on horseback “Where were they walking him to and why did they rope him if he was handcuffed? I don’t think it’s right,” Cynthia Orise of Galveston said. Donald Neely, 43, was arrested by the Galveston Police Department on Saturday, August 3 and charged with criminal trespassing.…

China vows retaliation if US deploys mid-range missiles in Asia after ripping up INF treaty

Beijing will move to counter Washington’s potential deployment of intermediate ground-launched missiles in Asia, foreign ministry officials have stated, joining Russia in criticizing the US for triggering a new arms race. China would take unspecified “countermeasures” if the US followed through on its promise to deploy ground-launched intermediate-range missiles in Asia in the near future, Fu Cong, director general of the Foreign Ministry’s arms control department, told press in Beijing on Tuesday. The US’ plans “will severely undermine global strategic balance and stability” as well as “threaten peace and security” in the Asia-Pacific region, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said…

Another Nail in the Coffin’ of Democracy and Journalism as US Newspaper Giants Gannett and GateHouse Announce $1.4 Billion Merger

Members of the press and democracy advocates issued grave warnings about the future of journalism in the United States on Monday after the nation’s two largest newspaper publishers unveiled plans for a $1.4 billion merger that, if approved, will spawn an “unprecedented” media conglomerate. GateHouse Media announced Monday that it will purchase Gannett, which owns USA Today and other major American newspapers. While the media giants touted their commitment to “journalistic excellence” in a press release, the merger announcement came with plans for $300 million in annual budget cuts. “Not good news for journalism,” tweeted New York Times reporter Eric…

Study: Media Fascination With Mass Shooters is Creating More Mass Shooters

An exhaustive study which collected data from every mass shooting in America since 1966 found that the news media’s fascination with mass shooters is creating more mass shooters. In the aftermath of tragic events like this past weekend’s two massacres, some commentators have called for the killers to be starved of the ghastly fame they crave and for the media not to reveal their names or identities. The validity of that position has been bolstered by new research conducted by Jillian Peters and James Densley which was funded by the U.S. Department of Justice. Tasked with preventing more mass shootings,…

Report Sheds Light On The Rockefeller Family’s Covert ‘Climate Change’ Plan

The climate is changing, and it has been changing for a very long time. In fact, the climate has always been changing, and there are a myriad of factors that influence climate change like solar activity and much more. If you’re not educated on climate science, it’s easy to adopt the “doomsday” perspective that’s often dished out by mainstream media. However, when you look at what actual climate scientists are saying, it doesn’t seem like anyone on either side agrees with the media’s “climate hysteria” narrative. The main argument among those who ascribe to the hysteria perspective is that CO2…

Outrage After Video Shows Cop Partially Strip Search 13yo Boy in Search of Non-Existent Drugs

The activist group, Sniff Off — who raises awareness to the fact that drug dogs are wrong the majority of the time — posted a still image from a video they received showing a police officer partially strip-searching a small 13-year-old boy. The group says this video is evidence of police overreach in their use of drug sniffing dogs which leads to pointless ritual humiliation. “We have just received footage of police searching a child in full public view on a street near Blacktown station this Monday,” the group wrote in a Facebook post last week. “We have been contacted by a…

Local UFO videographers believe Northeast Ohio is a UFO sighting hot zone

Whether you believe UFOs are a product of a wild imagination or a real phenomenon, some local UFO videographers believe Northeast Ohio is a hot zone for UFO sightings. Dale Harder with the Cleveland Ufology Project, one of the worlds oldest UFO organizations established in 1952, said the numbers back-up a large number of sightings in the greater Cleveland area. He said sighting statistics from the Mutual UFO Network , or MUFON, place Ohio in the top five for UFO reports. Harder, who said he’s witnessed numerous UFO sightings, also admits with growing technology there are also a growing number…

Pampers launches a ‘smart diaper’ that tracks sleep and pee

The smart diaper wars have truly begun. Today, Pampers unveiled Lumi, an all-in-one connected system that includes two activity sensors for diapers, a Logitech camera fashioned into a Wi-Fi baby monitor and an app that wraps everything together. It follows Huggies adoption of the Monit smart diaper sensor in Korea. But Pampers, perhaps aware that a smart diaper alone isn’t enough to entice consumers, is aiming for something a bit more expansive. The Lumi system is meant to make an infant’s first year easier for parents by delivering as much data as possible. In addition to just telling you when…

Video: Elon Musk Is Developing a Bluetooth-Enabled Brain Implant… Directly linking thoughts to a phone via Bluetooth — what could go wrong?

Directly linking thoughts to a phone via Bluetooth — what could go wrong? Technologist Elon Musk has unveiled a plan for embedding Bluetooth-enabled implants into a human brain, to enable disabled persons to regain motor and cognitive function. IT experts however noted that along with FDA approval, the idea faces hurdles in the form of significant scrutiny on the cybersecurity front. Neuralink devices are tiny chips that would be interconnected with the brain’s organic neural network via 1,000 wispy wires measuring one-tenth the width of a human hair. They would be implanted by a DARPA-developed “sewing robot”, who, while the…

Cloudflare terminates 8chan as customer…

U.S. cyber security firm Cloudflare on Monday said it would terminate online message board 8chan as a customer after a gunman used the messaging forum prior to killing 20 people at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas on Saturday. The gunman is believed to have posted a four-page statement on 8chan, and called the Walmart attack “a response to the Hispanic invasion of Texas”. Police in the Philippines, where 8chan is hosted, told Reuters they were investigating the messaging board but were unable to give details, such as when the inquiry began and what prompted it. The suspect was…

Google’s File on You is 10 Times Bigger Than Facebook’s — Here’s How to View It

With all the attention paid to Facebook in recent weeks over ‘data breaches’ and privacy violations (even though what happened with Cambridge Analytica is part of their standard business model), it’s easy to forget that there are four other Big Tech corporations collecting just as much — if not more — of our personal info. Google, Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft are all central players in “surveillance capitalism” and prey on our data. New reports suggest that Google may actually harvest ten times as much as Facebook. Curious about just how much of his data Google had, web developer Dylan Curran says he downloaded his…

Apple News bans LifeSite without warning: says it ‘shows intolerance’

A little over one week ago, Apple approved LifeSiteNews’ application to publish our news on their Apple News platform.  Today, without warning, Apple News abruptly reversed course, telling LifeSite that they had deleted our channel and all of our content from their platform. Apple claimed that LifeSite’s channel “didn’t comply with our Apple News guidelines.” Specifically, they stated that LifeSite’s “[c]hannel content shows intolerance towards a specific group.” Apple’s e-mail provided no details about which content they deemed offensive, or which “specific group” LifeSite’s content allegedly showed intolerance towards.  LifeSite has reached out to Apple News for further details about their decision, which we intend to…

Jeffrey Epstein: I only have two interests, Science and pussy

It’s summer 2010, and Jeffrey Epstein has just returned to New York City after serving out an 18-month sentence in Palm Beach, Florida, including parole, for soliciting prostitution from a minor. He’s hosting dinner at his townhouse on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. To his left is John Brockman, the literary superagent who seems to represent every scientist who’s ever written a bestselling book (Daniel Dennett, Richard Dawkins, Jared Diamond, Daniel Kahneman, and so forth). Brockman has brought along a client—a young professor whose line of research interests Epstein. Across the table, and to Epstein’s right, is an aspiring…

This Alien Planet Is So Hot It Bleeds Metal

There are thousands of confirmed exoplanets in the cosmos, and many of them are members of solar systems very different than our own. As missions like Kepler and the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) have highlighted more distant worlds, astronomers have been surprised how many of them have so-called “hot Jupiters.” WASP-121b is the hottest of these close-orbiting gas giants. How hot is it? It’s so hot that heavy metals leak out as it rockets around the star.  WASP-121b made headlines in 2017 when scientists used Hubble to characterize its stratosphere. That was a first for any exoplanet, and it…

Indian boy found with 526 teeth inside his mouth

A seven-year-old boy who had suffered occasional toothache was found to have 526 teeth inside his jaw, according to surgeons in India. The hundreds of teeth were found inside a sac that was nestled in the molar region of his lower jaw, following surgery carried out at the Saveetha dental college and hospital in Chennai. “The teeth were of variable sizes that ranged from smallest at 0.1mm to largest 3mm. They had a small crown, enamel and a small root,” said Pratibha Ramani, the head of the department of oral and maxillofacial pathology at the hospital. “We had to drill…

Facebook Wants To Read Your Mind

Facebook is one step closer to reading your mind. The social media giant has become one step closer to developing a working brain-computer interface, capable of reading users’ thoughts. CNBC reported that Facebook has taken yet another step in developing its brain-computer interface, with the company’s Reality Labs division working alongside researchers from the University of California, San Francisco to develop a device that can decode speech directly from the human brain onto a screen. A new report published in the journal Nature Communications reveals that researchers are becoming closer than ever to connecting human brains directly to computers. Researchers reportedly worked with…

Molecular diamonds & golden asteroids: Your guide to becoming a space trillionaire

There’s money to be made in the vast expanse of the universe. While at times posing a dire threat to our planet, asteroids are a source of untold wealth, ripe for the taking. Ready to become the first trillionaire? Here’s how. Three asteroids whizzed by Earth last week, with Armageddon averted only by a few hundred thousand miles. While they didn’t actually pose much danger, the cosmic near-misses may have been an opportunity for massive profit, according to NASA. As space travel becomes more technically feasible, mining operations among the stars could soon become a wildly lucrative industry. With a…

Meet the classified artificial brain being developed by US intelligence programs

At the final session of the 2019 Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, attendees straggled into a giant ballroom to listen to an Air Force official and a National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) executive discuss, as the panel title put it, “Enterprise Disruption.” The presentation stayed as vague as the title until a direct question from the audience seemed to make the panelists squirm. Just how good, the person wondered, had the military and intelligence communities’ algorithms gotten at interpreting data and taking action based on that analysis? They pointed out that the commercial satellite industry has software that can tally shipping…

FBI: Amazon drivers part of major theft ring

A theft ring in Washington state sold millions of dollars’ worth of stolen goods on Amazon.com in the past six years, and a pair of contract Amazon delivery drivers was involved, recently unsealed federal court documents show. According to a search warrant affidavit unsealed in U.S. District Court in Seattle and reviewed by The Associated Press, two storefront businesses posing as pawn shops bought the goods from shoplifters, then had the items shipped to Amazon warehouses, where they were stored until sold online. Entities associated with the alleged ringleader did at least $10 million in sales on Amazon since 2013,…

Pentagram testing mass surveillance balloons across the US

The US military is conducting wide-area surveillance tests across six midwest states using experimental high-altitude balloons, documents filed with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reveal. Up to 25 unmanned solar-powered balloons are being launched from rural South Dakota and drifting 250 miles through an area spanning portions of Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin and Missouri, before concluding in central Illinois. Travelling in the stratosphere at altitudes of up to 65,000ft, the balloons are intended to “provide a persistent surveillance system to locate and deter narcotic trafficking and homeland security threats”, according to a filing made on behalf of the Sierra Nevada Corporation,…

Jussie Smollett: Judge dismisses motions by ‘Empire’ actor’s attorneys

A Cook County judge Wednesday dismissed motions filed by Jussie Smollett’s attorneys. Attorney Tina Glandian appeared in front of Judge Michael Toomin on behalf of Smollett to overturn the judge’s own decision to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate how the actor’s case was handled, but it didn’t work. That special prosecutor who hasn’t been selected by the judge yet could recharge Smollett. Wednesday’s hearing to overturn that decision was crucial to his case and Smollett’s attorneys lost. The judge dismissed the motion for a new judge and also denied a motion by Smollett’s attorneys to intervene in the case.…

Dead Man Walking: Epstein Trial Will Have a Million Pages of Evidence, Lawyers Tell Court

Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking trial will have a million pages of discovery, including materials on devices seized from his Manhattan mansion, lawyers said today. The sex offender financier was back in court on Wednesday as his defense attorneys duked it out with prosecutors over how quickly to go to trial. The prosecution has requested a June date but the defense is fighting to delay until September 2020. The trial, prosecutors said, will last four to six weeks. U.S. District Judge Richard Berman wasn’t ready to put a trial on the books, saying, “Let’s see where everybody is at as the…

Banker scum face $1.2 billion civil lawsuit over rigging currency markets

Barclays, Citigroup, JPMorgan, Royal Bank of Scotland and UBS are facing a £1 billion ($1.23 billion) class action lawsuit over rigging the foreign exchange markets — one of the biggest cases of its kind in the UK. It comes just months after European regulators hit many of the same banks with a €1 billion-plus penalty for manipulation of these same markets between 2007 and 2013. The new suit alleges that end investors, including pension funds, lost out as a result of the manipulation and deserve compensation. It was filed at London’s Competition Appeal Tribunal by Scott+Scott, the US law firm.…

Fujifilm’s first surveillance camera can read a license plate from 1km away

Fujifilm is getting into surveillance cameras with the SX800, a long-range surveillance camera with a 40x optical zoom that’s designed to offer security at international borders and large commercial facilities. It’s got a built-in lens with a 35mm-equivalent focal length of 20mm to 800mm, and an additional digital zoom of 1.25x. Combined, Fujifilm says this gives the SX800 a total equivalent focal length of 1000mm, which is enough to focus on a car’s license plate from 1km or roughly 0.6 miles away. We’ve seen consumer cameras with support for more zoom than this in the past (Nikon’s P1000 has a…

Which Is The Best Wax Liquidizer And Terpenes For Me

Wax liquidizers and terpenes are vital ingredients for your vape juice. Without them, your THC vape juice should be flat in terms of taste; alternatively, the amount of wattage you use on burning the concentrate will have to increase. Many people question the importance of these solutions. However, they are significant to your vaping experience, and that is why you should buy them.  Since there are many solutions in the market, you may have problems choosing the best for your e-liquid. In this article, you will learn which wax liquidizer or terpene diluent suits you best.  Why should you buy…

Jacksons Convenient Stores Use Cop-Run Facial Recognition Cameras To Identify Customers

Two years ago, I wrote about the dangers of a cop-run company that profits from installing facial recognition cameras in retail stores. But few people took notice. Blue Line Technology’s (BLT) “about” page makes no effort to hide the fact that a bunch of former police and military professionals want to put facial recognition in retail stores across the country. “Blue Line Technology was launched by retired law enforcement and military professionals to be an industry leader in both threat detection and access control.” A recent article in the Seattle Timesrevealed that BLT is one step closer to realizing their goal because the…

Does Facial Recognition Technology Make You Grimace? New Website Offers Map of Where It’s Being Used by Law Enforcement and How to Get It Banned.

Think law enforcement using facial recognition technology to catch criminals isn’t a big deal?  You may want to review new website  – Ban Facial Recognition – and reevaluate your position.  According to it: Facial recognition surveillance programs identify the wrong person up to 98% of the time. These errors have real-world impacts, including harassment, wrongful imprisonment, and deportation. Facial recognition software programmatically misidentifies people of color, women, and children —supercharging discrimination and putting vulnerable people at greater risk of systemic abuse. Once our biometric information is collected and stored in government databases, it’s an easy target for identity thieves or…

NSA Whistleblower Speaks About Julian Assange & The “Shadow Government”

Even to this day, if you tell most people there is an ‘invisible government,’ or a shadow government that’s international in scope, they may call you a conspiracy theorist or give you a funny look. This is in large part due to the lack of education, particularly self education, of a population who is trained to go to school, get a job and ‘enjoy’ life. Sure, that’s all fine and dandy, but to deny and condemn a thought or an idea without any investigation is definitely the height of ignorance. Not only is it the height of ignorance, it also…

US Police Have Killed Over 1,200% More Citizens Than Mass Shooters Since 2015

Tragically, in America, mass shootings — in which murdering psychopaths go on rampages in public spaces — have claimed the lives of 339 people since 2015. While this number is certainly shocking and far too high, during this same time frame, police in America have claimed the lives of 4,355 citizens. While some of these citizens were armed and dangerous, others were innocent, unarmed, and include small children. Daniel Shaver was one of these people whose life was brought to a screeching halt as he begged on his knees for police not to shoot him. Despite being innocent and unarmed,…

Facebook and Google track what porn you’re watching, even when you’re in incognito

Facebook, Google, and Oracle are tracking the porn you watch, according to a new study first spotted by The New York Times. Researchers from Microsoft, Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Pennsylvania analyzed 22,484 pornography sites using a tool called webXray to identify tracking tools feeding data back to third parties. “Our results indicate tracking is endemic on pornography websites: 93% of pages leak user data to a third-party,” the study concludes. Of the sites scanned in March 2018, the study found Google or its subsidiaries had trackers on 74%, Oracle on 24%, and Facebook on 10%. That translates to…

Report: Israeli surveillance tool can silently collect all iCloud data for a targeted user

Apple is facing a new security threat, thanks to developments in the spyware/surveillance tool sold by the Israeli firm NSO Group. Via the Financial Times, the Pegasus phone software now not only harvests data from the user’s onboard storage, but also all communications with the connected cloud. The vulnerability purportedly affects the iPhone and Apple’s iCloud as well as Google Android phones, and even third-party apps installed on the phone that communicate over “encrypted and secure” connections. The spyware is sold by NSO Group is supposedly only sold to governments to assist with crime investigations, but there are fears that…

“It’s Going to Be Staggering, the Amount of Names”: As the Jeffrey Epstein Case Grows More Grotesque, Manhattan and DC Brace for Impact

The Jeffrey Epstein case is an asteroid poised to strike the elite world in which he moved. No one can yet say precisely how large it is. But as the number of women who’ve accused the financier (at least, that’s what he claimed to be) of sexual assault grows to grotesque levels—there are said to be more than 50 women who are potential victims—a wave of panic is rippling through Manhattan, DC, and Palm Beach, as Epstein’s former friends and associates rush to distance themselves, while gossiping about who might be ensnared. Donald Trump’s labor secretary, Alexander Acosta, architect of…

England: Knife Crime Hits New Record High

Knife crime has hit a new record high in England and Wales, rising 8% on the previous year new figures show. “The figures for police-recorded crime revealed there were 43,516 police-recorded offences involving a knife or sharp instrument, which is the highest since comparable records began in 2011,” reports Sky News. As I have relentlessly argued, the causes of this epidemic are easily identifiable. – The scaling back of “stop and search” because it’s “racist”. – The ongoing emasculation of UK police forces who are being trained that mean words and ‘hate crime’ is more important than people dying. –…

Jeffrey Epstein’s Case Raises Questions About Royal Family Pedophilia & Elite Ritualistic Abuse of Children

Child sex abuse among the global elite is extremely rampant. This no doubt makes those who aren’t really aware of it wonder: Why is this not more well-known? Well, the answer to that is simple, it’s the same reason why so many other ‘happenings’ on planet Earth go virtually unknown, and that’s because we have been relying on a small group of very powerful and wealthy people and the corporations they run for information about what is happening on our planet. We are constantly being spoon-fed lies by mainstream media. There are a number of examples to choose from, and…

A serial child molester and abuser, who abused over two dozen children received just 30 days in jail as a man who helped people with a plant rots in a cage.

If ever you feel that the state has your interests in mind when they provide their mandatory “protection” through this system of law enforcement, consider the following scenario which completely negates that idea. When a system lets a serial child sexual abuser go free while locking someone in a cage for selling a plant—that system does not have your interests in mind. A day care owner convicted of abusing over two dozen children — many of them sexually — will spend just 30 days in jail after taking a plea deal in her case. Kimberly Hignite was arrested last year…

WOW: Daily Stormer should be ordered to pay more than $14 million to a Montana real estate agent for an anti-Semitic “troll storm,” says federal magistrate judge…

The founder and editor of the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer should be ordered to pay more than $14 million to a Montana real estate agent against whom he organized an anti-Semitic “troll storm,” a federal magistrate judge found on Monday. The judgment was filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Missoula, Montana, against Andrew Anglin, who encouraged the online intimidation campaign against Tanya Gersh, a Jewish real estate agent in the Montana resort town of Whitefish, her husband and their 12-year-old son. In an opinion that must still be approved by U.S. District Judge Dana L. Christensen, the magistrate…

Man confesses to rape and murder of U.S. scientist….

A man has confessed to killing an American scientist on the Greek island of Crete, police said on Tuesday. The police said in a statement that a 27-year-old local man “motivated by sexual satisfaction” and frustrated with his own life ran Suzanne Eaton down with his car before raping her and then abandoning her body in a cave. “Forensic evidence showed suffocation as a cause of death. Further forensic examination presented that the body had many broken ribs face bones and multiple injuries at both hands,” Crete Police Major Eleni Papathanasiou told reporters on Tuesday. The suspect told police he…

Ex-Fox & Friends host, accused of a Ponzi scheme that turned Indianapolis real-estate investors into slumlords, moves to Portugal

Clayton Morris — a former host of Fox & Friends — was part owner of Oceanpointe, a company that sold turnkey landlord services in Indianapolis to investors who could send Oceanpointe money, which the company would invest in properties that they would repair and rent out. Investors in the scheme — mostly out of towners, many of them attracted by Morris’s Youtube videos promising great returns with no work on their part — say it was a Ponzi scheme and that Morris and his partner Bert Whalen did substandard repairs that left investors in the position of being slumlords who…

U.S. judge slashes Roundup jury award to $25.3 million; Bayer still plans to appeal

A federal judge on Monday slashed a damages award Bayer AG (BAYGn.DE) owed a California man who blamed Roundup weed killer for his cancer, to $25.27 million from $80.27 million, while rejecting the company’s bid for a new trial. U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco said evidence against the former Monsanto Co, which Bayer bought last year, supported the $5.27 million in compensatory damages that a jury awarded Edwin Hardeman. He also said the jury acted reasonably in awarding punitive damages. Chhabria nonetheless reduced punitive damages to $20 million from $75 million, saying that while Monsanto “deserves to…

Huge Child Porn Sharing Discovered On Pentagon PCs – Hundreds of Employees Implicated

(Editor’s Note: A retired Army two-star general is connected to this investigation. He repeatedly raped his own daughter. A link to the Army Times article is at the bottom of the page.) A bill to stop the sharing of child pornography on Pentagon computers is being contemplated by Congress. This is an issue that’s been known about for a decade or longer. Who is doing it? Where are the children coming from? Who is filming and how has this been allowed to continue? Child pornography as well as the trafficking of women and children are some of the biggest issues…

Sadie Roberts-Joseph, founder of an African American history museum, is found dead in the trunk of a car

Sadie Roberts-Joseph, 75, a beloved Baton Rouge icon, an avid activist and founder of an African American history museum was discovered dead in the trunk of a car. The body was located on Friday, but it wasn’t immediately clear what led police officers to the car, and according to police, her cause of death is still not known. The car was just three miles from her home. Roberts-Joseph founded the Odell S. Williams Now and Then African American Museum in 2001, where she had been hosting the city’s Juneteenth celebration for years. She was an esteemed advocate in the Baton…

Jeffrey Epstein willing to post $100 million bail — ‘piles of cash,’ ‘dozens of diamonds,’ suspicious passport found in his safe

Accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein is willing to post bail as high as $100 million, his lawyer said Monday, as a prosecutor argued that the case against the wealthy investor is “already significantly stronger and getting stronger every single day.” Two accusers of Epstein also urged Judge Richard Berman at a detention hearing in Manhattan federal court to keep him locked up without bail, as prosecutors also are arguing. Berman said he will wait until Thursday morning to decide whether to grant Epstein bail. “Your honor, my name is Courtney Wild and I was sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein…

R. Kelly Indicted on Federal Kidnapping, Racketeering and Child Sex-Related Charges in NYC; Separate New Charges Also Filed in Chicago

R&B singer R. Kelly has been federally charged with racketeering, kidnapping, forced labor and sexual exploitation of a child in a sweeping New York indictment unsealed in Brooklyn Friday, hours after prosecutors filed a 13-count federal indictment charging him with new sex crimes in Chicago.  The five-count superseding indictment (read it below) unsealed in 18 pages of court documents alleges Kelly and members of his entourage recruited women and girls to “engage in illegal sexual activity with the singer. It says Kelly and his managers, bodyguards and other assistants picked out women and girls at concerts and other venues and arranged for them…

Texas Child Lived In Home With Grandma’s Corpse For 3 Years, Mother Arrested

A mother in Texas has been arrested after she and her daughter lived in their home with the corpse of the child’s grandmother for three years, police said. Delissa Navonne Crayton, 47, of Seguin was charged with injury to a child by omission on Wednesday as police believe living with the body inside the two-bedroom home caused “serious mental deficiency, impairment or injury” to her daughter. Police said an investigation led authorities to Crayton’s home on Sunday, where they found the skeletal remains of her mother, Jacqueline Louise Crayton. Police believe the remains have been in the home for about…

The FBI plans more social media surveillance

The FBI wants to gather more information from social media. Today, it issued a call for contracts for a new social media monitoring tool. According to a request-for-proposals (RFP), it’s looking for an “early alerting tool” that would help it monitor terrorist groups, domestic threats, criminal activity and the like. The tool would provide the FBI with access to the full social media profiles of persons-of-interest. That could include information like user IDs, emails, IP addresses and telephone numbers. The tool would also allow the FBI to track people based on location, enable persistent keyword monitoring and provide access to…

Police Using License Plate Readers To “Grid” Entire Neighborhoods

Law enforcement is using license plate readers to “grid” entire neighborhoods. So, What does gridding mean? The Arizona Mirror describes gridding as: “Part of the training for the ALPR systems, Chandler police officers are taught to “grid” neighborhoods during their downtime – systematically driving up and down every street in an area, indiscriminately scooping up information on vehicles.” Gridding entire neighborhoods allows Big Brother to form a detailed and highly accurate pattern of everyone’s driving habits day and night, 24/7. Police gridding allows Big Brother to create secret mini-surveillance zones of entire neighborhoods. American police “gathering intel” on the public is a mirror-image…

What Is The Best Caliber For Self Defense Shooting?

Few topics can light up a range-side or gun store discussion like handgun caliber. Most every long-time handgun owner feels strongly about one caliber or another being the best. When speaking of self defense use, the term “stopping power” almost always enters the discussion. Is there a best caliber for self defense shooting? This article looks at both professional opinion and conventional thinking to answer that question. Lets talk primarily about the differences between two common choices for a self defense handgun. The 9mm Luger and 45, whether it be the ACP, Long Colt, or any other sub-category of 45.…

CHIRAQ: Dozens Of Mercedes “Totaled, Stripped Of Parts” After 75 Cars Stolen From Chicago Ride-Sharing Company

Ridesharing company Car2Go experienced a significant theft of its high end cars, including dozens of Mercedes CLA sedans and GLA sport utility vehicles, on what should have otherwise been a dull Monday in April in Chicago, according to Bloomberg. Demand for Car2Go’s high end vehicles mysteriously spiked one Monday and, instead of these Benz’ being returned, they wound up congregated together on several blocks in West Chicago. When the company’s employees went to retrieve the vehicles, they found a group of thieves had claimed them as their own. Some blocked the vehicles in to prevent repossession while others threatened the company’s employees. And…

Scientists Find “Man-made Climate Change Doesn’t Exist In Practice”

A new scientific study could bust wide open deeply flawed fundamental assumptions underlying controversial climate legislation and initiatives such as the Green New Deal, namely, the degree to which ‘climate change’ is driven by natural phenomena vs. man-made issues measured as carbon footprint. Scientists in Finland found “practically no anthropogenic [man-made] climate change” after a series of studies.  “During the last hundred years the temperature increased about 0.1°C because of carbon dioxide. The human contribution was about 0.01°C”, the Finnish researchers bluntly state in one among a series of papers. This has been collaborated by a team at Kobe University in Japan,…

Former JonBenét Ramsey photographer indicted on child porn charges

An Oakridge man has been indicted by a secret Lane County grand jury on charges related to a yearlong child pornography investigation that landed the man in jail earlier this month. Randall DeWitt Simons, 66, was taken into custody July 2 by Springfield police, who had been assisting Oakridge police in investigating a July 2018 report from A&W that someone had been using the restaurant’s WiFi to download inappropriate and concerning images. The Lane County secret grand jury indictment alleges 15 counts of second-degree encouraging child sex abuse. Simons was arraigned Thursday and entered not guilty pleas to all of…

Jeffrey Epstein’s attorneys submit $77M bail proposal secured by NY mansion, private jet

Attorneys for accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein Opens a New Window. on Thursday proposed that the wealthy financier be released Opens a New Window. into home detention on a bail package valued at $77 million, according to court filings. Epstein’s representatives said their client would post a “substantial personal recognizance bond” secured by the mortgage on his Manhattan mansion, as well as offer his private jet as further collateral, to secure his release from federal custody. Under the proposal, Epstein would remain under house arrest in New York and submit to electronic monitoring and regular check-ins with authorities until…

Majority of US Veterans, Public Believe Iraq, Afghanistan Wars Not Worth Fighting

Majorities of the American public generally and US veterans specifically agree that the Iraq and Afghanistan wars were not worth fighting, according to survey results released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center think tank. More than 60% of US veterans surveyed stated that the Iraq War was not worth fighting considering the costs to the US. On the other hand, 33% of veterans said that the Iraq war was worth fighting when considering the benefits to the US. In comparison, 62% of non-veteran respondents claimed the Iraq War was not worth fighting, while 32% claimed it was. Fifty-eight percent of…

WHORE MEDIA: ‘Climate Despair’ Is Making People Give Up on Life…”It’s super painful to be a human being right now at this point in history.”

In the summer of 2015—the warmest year on record at the time—it was the literal heat that got to Meg Ruttan Walker, a 37-year-old former teacher in Kitchener, Ontario. “Summers have been stressful to me since having my son,” said Ruttan Walker, who is now an environmental activist. “It’s hard to enjoy a season that’s a constant reminder that the world is getting warmer.” “I think my anxiety just reached a peak,” Ruttan Walker continued. It felt like there was nowhere to go, and although she had spoken to her primary care doctor about anxiety, she hadn’t sought help with…

STARBUCKS to stop selling newspapers…

If you want to read the paper at Starbucks, you’ll have to start bringing your own. The Seattle-based coffee giant, beginning Sept. 1, will no longer sell The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal or USA Today at its 8,000 shops nationwide, The Post has learned. According to a source, Starbucks is trashing newspapers partly because of a chronic problem with “shrinkage” — industry lingo for lost and stolen goods. While Starbucks has been selling the papers for years, many Starbucks customers take them off the rack, read them while they finish their lattes, then either leave them the…

Majorities of Both US Veterans and Public Believe Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan ‘Not Worth Fighting’

The majority of American veterans and members of the general public agreed in two new surveys that the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as the U.S. military campaign in Syria were all “not worth fighting.” The Pew Research Center, for the pair of polls published Wednesday, asked all respondents to consider the costs versus the benefits to the United States in their analysis of whether each conflict was worthwhile. Roughly two-thirds of both veterans and members of the public told Pew that the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq wasn’t worth it, and nearly 60 percent said they…

Police Use License Plate Readers To “Grid” Entire Neighborhoods

Law enforcement is using license plate readers to “grid” entire neighborhoods. What does gridding mean? The Arizona Mirror describes gridding as, Part of the training for the ALPR systems, Chandler police officers are taught to “grid” neighborhoods during their downtime – systematically driving up and down every street in an area, indiscriminately scooping up information on vehicles. Gridding entire neighborhoods allows Big Brother to form a detailed and highly accurate pattern of everyone’s driving habits day and night, 24/7. Police use “grids” to gather intel & create mini-surveillance zones Police gridding allows Big Brother to create secret mini-surveillance zones of entire…

Billionaire opioid kingpin convicted in massive bribery, racketeering conspiracy

Almost two years after he was arrested and charged for running a criminal drug cartel, opioid kingpin John Kapoor of Insys Therapeutics has finally been convicted of running a nationwide bribery and racketeering conspiracy. According to reports, the federal government has found the billionaire pharma executive, along with four of his co-defendants, guilty of illegally paying off doctors to prescribe opioid pharmaceuticals such as fentanyl, which directly contributed to the current opioid epidemic. In declaring Kapoor guilty of this crime, federal prosecutors sent a clear message that drug companies will no longer be getting away with conspiring to illicitly distribute…

Killer Cop Rehired, Gets Pension for Murdering Innocent Unarmed Dad Begging for His Life

In a move which will likely infuriate those who seek to hold police accountable for often murderous actions, former Mesa Police Officer Philip Brailsford (as TFTP predicted) was rehired. He then immediately retired from law enforcement winning the equivalent of a lottery jackpot in retirement earnings. Brailsford, known as a “killer cop” in accountability circles, blew away Daniel Shaver at La Quinta Inn in Mesa, AZ on Jan 18, 2016. As TFTP consistently reported, Shaver was the unarmed victim of an officer-involved murder whereby a guest at the hotel called 911 to report seeing a man with a gun. It…

American biologist was MURDERED: Police reveal the 59-year-old who was dumped inside a network of Nazi tunnels in Crete was suffocated, stabbed and had her EAR cut off

The American biologist whose body was found in a Nazi bunker in Crete, Greece, on Monday was murdered, it has been revealed.   Dr. Suzanne Eaton was found dumped in the cavernous tunnel network near Chania on Monday night.  The 59-year-old mother-of-two was  a Californian native who lived in Germany with her British scientist husband. Local medical examiners have revealed that she was suffocated, stabbed and one of her ears had been cut off, according to local outlet Star.gr.  Her body was found in a network of tunnels used by the Nazis to store ammunition following the Battle of Crete in 1941,…

Google employees are systematically listening to audio files recorded by Google Home smart speakers and the Google Assistant smartphone app

Since Google launched its Google Home device in 2016, millions of people have installed one of these smart speaker devices at home or in their office. You can ask it all sorts of trivial questions. If you ask ‘Okay Google, how’s the traffic heading towards Brussels?’, the device automatically switches on and a computer voice will read out the latest traffic information. Seems very useful, right? You can do the same thing with the Google Assistant app on your smartphone, comparable to Apple’s Siri. Everything is recorded Not everyone is aware of the fact that everything you say to your…

License Plate Readers Are Creeping Into Neighborhoods Across the Country…Cheap surveillance software is changing how landlords manage their tenants and what laws police can enforce.

Clayton Burnett seems like an unlikely candidate to run a cutting-edge surveillance system. He is not an FBI agent, nor does he investigate homicides for the NYPD. Burnett is the director of innovation and new technology at Watchtower Security, a private company that contracts with property managers—hundreds of them—in low-income communities across the U.S. About three years ago, his company started contracting with OpenALPR, a startup whose software lets users track people by their license plates. “The price point was very reasonable for us,” Burnett says, so now Watchtower has more than 475 cameras scattered across its properties—he says they…

Spat Over New EU-US Data Sharing Pact Hits EU High Court

Bringing down one data agreement between the European Union and the United States wasn’t enough for privacy enthusiast Max Schrems, who appeared before the European Court of Justice on Tuesday in his nearly 10-year legal battle over Facebook. As a university student, the Austrian requested his data from Facebook as part of a class project and was surprised by just how much information the social networking site had on him. Unhappy with how Facebook maintained that data, he sued the social media giant in Ireland, where the company had its European headquarters, in 2011. He filed a second lawsuit in…

Ilhan Omar Responds to Tucker Carlson’s Xenophobic Tirade: ‘Kinda Fun Watching a Racist Fool Like This Weeping About My Presence in Congress’

After Fox News host Tucker Carlson Tuesday night launched a xenophobic tirade accusing Rep. Ilhan Omar of showing “undisguised contempt for the United States and for its people” by criticizing the nation’s systemic injustices, Omar mocked Carlson as a “racist fool” and said he will “just have to get used to calling me congresswoman.” “Not gonna lie, it’s kinda fun watching a racist fool like this weeping about my presence in Congress,” wrote Omar, a Somali refugee and one of two Muslim women ever elected to Congress. “No lies will stamp out my love for this country,” added the congresswoman…

Major Red Flags Are Causing Many To Doubt Whether Justice Will Be Done In The Jeffrey Epstein Sex Scandal

It won’t just be Jeffrey Epstein that will be on trial in the months ahead.  As this scandal unfolds, the entire U.S. legal system will be on trial, and if justice does not prevail many Americans will lose faith in the system for good.  And of course the rest of the world will be watching too, and so what are they supposed to think about us if we are not able to put Epstein and all of his dirty friends in prison?  As I detailed in part three of this series, the evidence against Jeffrey Epstein and his partners in…

Country Band “Confederate Railroad” Booted From Illinois State Fair Over Name

A popular southern country-rock banned named Confederate Railroad has been kicked off the roster at the Du Quoin State Fair in Illinois due to “racial sensitivity concerns” over their name, according to The Mental Recession‘s Rusty Weiss.  “The Illinois Department of Agriculture has removed Confederate Railroad from our 2019 Du Quoin State Fair Grandstand lineup,” said State Fair Manager Josh Gross, adding “While every artist has a right to expression, we believe this decision is in the best interest of serving all the people in our state.”  Oak Ridge Boys singer Joe Bonsall tweeted “I have played the @DuQuoinFair many times over the…

US Customs just seized a ship owned by JPMorgan after authorities found $1 billion worth of drugs on it

Federal prosecutors in Philadelphia have seized a container ship operated by the Mediterranean Shipping Co., weeks after authorities found more than $1 billion worth of cocaine on the vessel in what was one of the largest drug busts in American history. US Customs and Border Protection seized the ship on July 4, a statement out Monday said. The ship is owned by client assets in a maritime strategy offered by JPMorgan Asset Management, according to a person familiar with the matter. It is operated by the Switzerland-based MSC. On June 18, CBP agents found 39,525 pounds of cocaine stashed in several containers on the…