Sunday, May 20, 2012
Police were called to a three-year-old's birthday party because they lit the candles on his cake! Or that's what the family say.
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"In the end we went outside and lit the candles in the car park. Oscar and the other children started crying when the police turned up."
From Steven Aftergood's Secrecy News:
The Department of Defense has issued a new Instruction defining its response to the “insider threat” from Department personnel who engage in unauthorized disclosures of information or other activities deemed harmful to national security.
The new Instruction assigns responsibilities and authorities for systematically detecting “anomalous” employee behavior that may be an indication of an insider threat.
An animated short set in a post-apocalyptic universe.
M. J. Molyneaux reports:
In February 2010 the US Dept of Defence published FM 3-39.40 Internment and Resettlement Operations. (1) This restricted document (just come to light on the internet) was written for the U.S. Army Military Police on how to control and incarcerate so-called enemies including civilian populations. This is for use at home or abroad. The implications of this document and the training to implement those policies are far-reaching and alarming. It illustrates how the US military expect the world to be transformed into a global police state. Looks like it already has.
A review of the document shows that the aim is not obviously malicious, but an advanced plan to prevent chaos in a world reacting to escalating population growth and conflict over resources. The disturbing thing about this plan is not that the US wants tight control for maintaining law and order over civilians in situations of unrest, but that they anticipate that their own Military Police will be the ones to enforce the law!
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Last week’s coup in Guinea-Bissau, in which Prime Minister Carlos Gomez Junior and Interim President Raimundo Pereira were arrested, has been followed by grave violations of the right to information, including threats to journalists, a news blackout and media censorship. We urge the new military government to restore the media’s right to report news freely.
“The 12 April military coup has led to serious restrictions on the freedom to report news and information, although this is vital at times of political unrest, Reporters Without Borders said. “A news blackout, in which all radio and TV stations were closed, has been followed by military control of media content. We hope that the return to political and institutional normality promised by the ruling junta will result in full restoration of media activity.”
At a meeting with media executives on 16 April, the military high command said they could resume operating as long as they did not mention that protests that have been taking place in the capital. The goal of “constructing peace and national unity” was cited as grounds for this restriction. Reporters Without Borders regards it as the introduction of military censorship.
Ever wonder what it's like to have FBI agents knock on your door? Or to have them walk into your business unannounced and walk away with your computer? Jamie McClelland and Alfredo Lopez can tell you.
Their recent run-in with the men in black – the result of a spate of email bomb threats to the University of Pittsburgh -- offers a rare glimpse into the collision between free speech rights and the benefits of anonymity on one side with the needs of law enforcement to act quickly in the face of real threats on the other.
A former employee of HSBC in New York has 1,000 pages of customer account records he claims are evidence of an international money-laundering scheme involving hundreds of billions of dollars by the global banking giant, which reportedly is under investigation by a U.S. Senate committee.
John Cruz has delivered to WND customer account records he says he pulled from the HSBC computer system before he was fired. Cruz was terminated Feb. 17, 2010, after two years at HSBC for “poor performance,” but he contends he was let go because senior management didn’t want to him to pursue his personal investigation.
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“I was shocked to find accounts through which millions of dollars were being deposited and withdrawn without any apparent business activity being conducted,” he said. “Then when I went to visit the business, I found nothing – shell companies, vacant offices with no furniture, or no such business whatsoever at the address listed on the account records.”
Last Summer's J14 movement against the high cost of living in Israel organized first major demo of the year, police targeted leaders.
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