Daily Archives: July 15, 2015

Cop Says, “I’m Gonna Get that N****r” Before Chasing Down Innocent Man, Strangling Him to Death

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Jonathan Sanders was a horse trainer, who was often seen riding around town in his horse-drawn buggy. Sadly, thanks to a Mississippi cop, Sanders will not be seen driving that buggy any longer.

Last Wednesday, Sanders was out in his buggy when he saw an altercation between Officer Kevin Herrington and another man, whom Sanders knew.

Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/cop-screams-im-gonna-nr-chasing-innocent-man-strangling-death/#h8SC8U2S1kiFXH3D.99

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Texas Denies American-Born Children Of Illegal Alien Parents Citizenship

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For nearly 150 years, the United States, under the 14th Amendment, has recognized people born here as citizens, regardless of whether their parents were citizens.

But Texas has other plans. In the last year, the state has refused to issue birth certificates to children who were born in Texas to undocumented parents. In May, four women filed a civil rights lawsuit against the Texas Department of State Health Services alleging constitutional discrimination and interference in the federal government’s authority over immigration.-

Read more at http://investmentwatchblog.com/texas-denies-american-born-children-of-illegal-alien-parents-citizenship/#b9P2Q6CM4FsoWJfq.99

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Alert! California Now Wants to be First State to Mandate Adult Vaccines [VIDEO]

Published on Jul 15, 2015

In a brazen act of medical tyranny, California recently became the first state in the U.S. where lawmakers removed religious exemptions to those opposing vaccines for their children. The bill now signed into law, SB277, faces legal hurdles in court next.

Now, legislators in California want to pass the “first US adult vaccine mandate with NO personal exemptions and CRIMINAL penalties for failure to comply.” SB 792, would eliminate an adult’s right to exempt themselves from one, some, or all vaccines, a risk-laden medical procedure.

Will California soon become a medical police state?

– See more at: http://vaccineimpact.com/2015/califor…




Gardena Police Deadly Shooting: Officers Kill Unarmed Ricardo Diaz Zeferino on Dash Cam -Los Angeles [VIDEO]

Published on Jul 14, 2015

Unarmed Ricardo Diaz-Zeferino shot by LA police after mistakenly being a suspect. Gardena Police Department dash-cam video, officers aim their guns at Ricardo Diaz-Zeferino, right, and two friends while investigating a bicycle theft in Gardena, Calif. Moments later police fatally shot Diaz-Zeferino.
Newly Released Video of fatal Calif. shooting: Judge orders video released of police killing unarmed man. City of Gardena paid $4.7 million to settle a lawsuit with the family of the dead man
LOS ANGELES — A federal judge ordered a suburban Los Angeles city on Tuesday to release video of police fatally shooting an unarmed man two years ago.

The public should be able to see what led the city of Gardena to pay $4.7 million to settle a lawsuit with the family of the dead man and another man wounded in the shooting, Judge Stephen V. Wilson said.

“The fact that they spent the city’s money, presumably derived from taxes, only strengthens the public’s interest in seeing the videos,” Wilson wrote in his 13-page decision. “Moreover, defendants cannot assert a valid compelling interest in sealing the videos to cover up any wrongdoing on their part or to shield themselves from embarrassment.”
A lawyer representing The Associated Press, the Los Angeles Times and Bloomberg had asserted there is intense public scrutiny of police shootings nationwide. The media organizations asked the judge to unseal the videos under a First Amendment right to access court documents.

“We applaud the court’s decision to unseal the video,” AP spokesman Paul Colford said. “The Associated Press, joining with other news organizations, believes it’s important that the public has access to videos like this to better understand the actions of their police officers.”

Wilson rejected a request by Gardena to stay the ruling, but the city immediately filed a notice of appeal with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Footage shot from three police-car cameras shows the killing of Ricardo Diaz-Zeferino, who was stopped by police investigating a bicycle theft early the morning of June 2, 2013.

Zeferino, 34, was actually trying to help his brother find his stolen bike, but he was shot when he didn’t obey officers’ commands to stand still with his hands in the air, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney in a report outlining why the office didn’t charge the officers. Witnesses said Zeferino was trying to tell officers that two other friends they had stopped were the wrong men.

An autopsy found he was drunk and had methamphetamine in his system.

The ruling comes amid public debates over what footage should be made public as police officers and cruisers are increasingly equipped with cameras to capture evidence that can be used against criminals or to hold officers accountable for their own behavior.

Gardena was joined by police chiefs and officer groups around the state in arguing that making such videos public would dissuade cities from employing the technology.

Wilson said that was a political concern and not for him to judge.

The city of Gardena argued that releasing the footage would create a “rush to judgment” about the officers’ behavior, but Wilson dismissed that idea during arguments Monday. He said the public may see the videos and reach the same conclusion as prosecutors that the shooting was justified.

Lawyers for Diaz-Zeferino have pushed for release of the video, saying it would show just the opposite.

“Once released, the public will see that my clients didn’t do anything wrong,” Sonia Mercado, an attorney for Diaz-Zeferino’s family, said. “They were standing there with their hands up in the air.”

Iran: It Was the First Time the CIA Overthrew a Government…


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62 years later, the aftermath is still troubling global politics.

Operation Ajax was a pivotal moment in US and world history. It was the first time the CIA overthrew a government.

Yet even today the US government would rather not talk about it. That’s why it remains an unknown story for many Americans.

The year was 1953. The objective was to oust Mohammad Mossadegh, the elected leader of the Majlis, Iran’s parliament.

Mossadegh was not a communist or a radical Islamist. He didn’t follow any objectionable ideology. Instead, he was a secular nationalist. But he was inconvenient.

Read more: http://www.internationalman.com/articles/it-was-the-first-time-the-cia-overthrew-a-government


The CIA then installed a puppet dictator who sold Iran’s oil to American and British corporations at below market prices, while keeping the Iranian people terrorized by the Savak. This led to the Iranian revolution of 1979, and the US efforts to return Iran to vassal state status ever since. However this article is in error stating that this was the first time the CIA ousted an elected government. Only the year before, the CIA had masterminded the overthrow of Cuba’s elected government of Carlos Prío Socarrás and the cancellation of the pending Cuban elections in which the US puppet, Fulgencio Batista had been trailing. Batista was then installed as the new ruler of Cuba, selling Cuban agricultural produce to American companies like United Fruit and Pepsico at below market prices, making those corporations rich while plunging the Cuban people into poverty, until the Cuban people kicked out their US puppet in 1959 and replaced him with Fidel Castro. The US responded to this refusal to live under US puppet rule as it always does, inflicting economic hardships on the entire population, only lifted this year to prevent Russia from gaining a foothold in Cuba in advance of the coming US war against Russia.

Read more: whatreallyhappened.com http://whatreallyhappened.com/#ixzz3fzTn4rAt