Justice Articles from 2015

The American Nightmare: The Tyranny of the Criminal Justice System

The American Nightmare: The Tyranny of the Criminal Justice System
by John W. Whitehead
Posted July 23, 2015

justice system is brokenAs I document in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, we’re operating in a new paradigm where the citizenry are presumed guilty and treated as suspects, our movements tracked, our communications monitored, our property seized and searched, our bodily integrity disregarded, and our inalienable rights to “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” rendered insignificant when measured against the government’s priorities.

Every American is now in jeopardy of being targeted and punished for a crime he did not commit thanks to an overabundance of arcane laws. Making matters worse, by allowing government agents to operate above the law, immune from wrongdoing, we have created a situation in which the law is one-sided and top-down, used as a hammer to oppress the populace, while useless in protecting us against government abuse. More…

The End of Freedom of Speech in Spain

The End of Freedom of Speech in Spain
by Martin Armstrong
Posted July 14, 2015

Spain following Orwell's 1984Spain has shown that it is fully on board with the Brussels authoritarian direction of ending democracy. Those in power have simply convinced themselves that the people do not understand what is good for them so they must impose their will upon the people but raw force. How does this differ in any what from the justification of imposing communism? This is the death of all freedom and it is upon our doorstep.

Here are the new laws in Spain:

If you photograph security personnel and then share these images on social media: up to €30.000 fine (particularly if photo exposes violence used against a member of the public). This fine could increase depending on the number of Instagram or social media followers you have.

Tweet or retweet information or the “location of an organized protest” can now be interpreted as an act of terrorism as it incites others to “commit a crime” (now that “demonstrating” in many ways has become a crime). Sound “1984”-ish? Read about Orwell and his time in Spain. More…

Eric Holder, Wall Street Double Agent, Comes in From the Cold

Eric Holder, Wall Street Double Agent, Comes in From the Cold
By Matt Taibbi
Posted July 13, 2015

Eric Holder- let criminal bankers offBarack Obama’s former top cop cashes in after six years of letting banks run wild. Eric Holder has gone back to work for his old firm, the white-collar defense heavyweight Covington & Burling. The former attorney general decided against going for a judgeship, saying he’s not ready for the ivory tower yet. “I want to be a player,” he told the National Law Journal, one would have to say ominously.

Holder will reassume his lucrative partnership (he made $2.5 million the last year he worked there) and take his seat in an office that reportedly – this is no joke – was kept empty for him in his absence. Holder denied there was anything weird about returning to one of Wall Street’s favorite defense firms after six years of letting one banker after another skate on monstrous cases of fraud, tax evasion, market manipulation, money laundering, bribery and other offenses.

Here’s a man who just spent six years handing out soft-touch settlements to practically every Too Big to Fail bank in the world. Now he returns to a firm that represents many of those same companies: Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo, Chase, Bank of America and Citigroup, to name a few. More…

Next-generation Crowd Control: “Calmative Agents” Will Put Entire Protests Under Sedation

Next-generation Crowd Control: “Calmative Agents” Will Put Entire Protests Under Sedation
By Justin Gardner
Posted July 7, 2015

mass crowd controlA few years ago the U.S. Army tested a very different type of ordnance—a “non-lethal personal suppression projectile” called the XM1063—that rains a chemical agent over people in a 2 acre area. The agent can be a sedative drug, a malodorous substance, or even something that makes everyone slip and fall. This may be a benign thing for the Army, but in the hands of the police state it is a potent tool of repression.

The idea of using “calmative agents” for crowd control is undoubtedly attractive to authorities. As people become more informed and connected, they will take to the streets to challenge the corruption of the state. Naturally, the state will develop ways to disrupt this, and they’ll do it using your money. More…

The Gangbanksters of Grab-it-All Street

The Gangbanksters of Grab-it-All Street
By Greg Maybury
Posted June 27, 2015

liberty and justice for allThere are any number of reasons why we need to continue holding the blowtorch to the belly of Street mob, not least because of their ongoing fraudulent and reckless practices, their continuing resistance to meaningful reform measures, and with systemic risk being greater than as it ever was. Moreover, with the next presidential race looming and the U.S. economy still teetering, there’ll doubtless be many folks — those who have not quite given up the ghost on the American Dream — hanging out for some serious, long-term solutions to an economic malaise that at least might help restore a measure of faith in said Dream. But as the saying goes, ‘good luck with that’; the quadrennial ‘game of thrones’ that is the presidential election promises much but delivers little.

Barack Obama is living, breathing proof of that. The best they can hope for is that the U.S. economy doesn’t experience another near extinction level event. More…

Calvert County Sheriffs Act As Dominion’s Private Police

Calvert County Sheriffs Act As Dominion’s Private Police
By Anne Meador
Posted June 9, 2015

Calvert County Sheriff's Deputy Christopher Sloane Early in the morning on Sunday, May 31, there was no traffic to speak of when two cars with Pennsylvania license plates negotiated the gentle turns and hills of Cove Point Road. A police cruiser followed them. Soon after Cove Point Road turned into Lighthouse Blvd., the two cars, still followed by the police cruiser, turned onto Holly Drive. Blue lights flashed. A sheriff’s deputy wearing olive green pants and a black shirt got out and approached the first car.

“You don’t belong here,” he said. “You’re not welcome here.” As he leaned in, a white badge dangled from a lanyard around his neck. It read, “Dominion Contractor.”

What happened over the next hour–an “investigation of suspicious vehicles” by ten officers and a drug-sniffing dog, which culminated in an arrest—might be traced back to the fact that the white badge had a flip side. When Dfc. Christopher Sloane turned it over, it suddenly became a Calvert County Sheriff’s Department badge on a black background. More…

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