Daily Archives: December 11, 2016

See the BANNED Discovery Channel documentary on D.C. politicians involved in child abuse [VIDEO]

 

Published on Sep 27, 2012

Conspiracy of Silence, a documentary listed for viewing in TV Guide Magazine was to be aired on the Discovery Channel, on May 3, 1994. This documentary exposed a network of religious leaders and Washington politicians who flew children to Washington D.C. for sex orgies.

Many children suffered the indignity of wearing nothing but their underwear and a number displayed on a piece of cardboard hanging from their necks when being auctioned off to foreigners in Las Vegas, Nevada and Toronto, Canada.

At the last minute before airing, unknown congressmen threatened the TV Cable industry with restrictive legislation if this documentary was aired. Almost immediately, the rights to the documentary were purchased by unknown persons who had ordered all copies destroyed.

A copy of this videotape was furnished anonymously to former Nebraska state senator and attorney John De Camp who made it available to retired FBI Agent Ted L. Gunderson. While the video quality is not top grade, this tape is a blockbuster in what is revealed by the participants involved.

See for yourself…

New law allows US government access to hack individual’s computers and phones

Image: New law allows government access to hack individual’s computers and phones

A vital Supreme Court order was set to go into effect on Thursday December 1st, which dramatically expands the surveillance power of federal agents. It’s an alteration to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, which softens the legal requirements necessary to obtain a search and seizure warrant. This grants the government remote access to individual’s computers and phones.

Previously, law enforcement needed to obtain a warrant from a judge located in the jurisdiction where the proposed search was scheduled to take place. Now, a warrant is considered valid regardless of jurisdiction if an individual uses technology to conceal their location. A lone authorization now has the potential to validate millions of searches on private devices.

The rule change was sought by the Justice Department, adopted by the US federal Courts, and approved by the Supreme Court on April 28th. These changes have been expedited in response to FBI evidence that was deemed inadmissible in a recent child pornography case. The DOJ and FBI refused to disclose how they legally obtained that evidence.

The FBI recently set up a sting known as Operation Pacifier, which used Playpen’s servers to set up a sting against users of the pedophilia porn site. The agency claims that its ability to lock up the scum of society was limited, which also helped to fast track the new rules implementation.

The modification of Rule 41 has been deemed crucial for preventing crime, although its implementation grants sweeping authority to the State. Changes with broad implications are typically debated in Congress. Since this was considered a small procedural change, the discussion was held rather by the small US Courts Advisory Committee on the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure following the DOJ’s request to modify the rule. The Supreme Court approved the alteration.

There was a great lack of publicity regarding the effort to change the rule. This shows a deliberate effort to conceal the scheme’s potential consequences. The Electronic Frontier Foundation has been insistent on maintaining the old rule and has voiced some concerns regarding the amended version. “The Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure set the ground rules for federal criminal prosecutions. The rules cover everything from correcting clerical errors in a judgment to which holidays a court will be closed on—all the day-to-day procedural details that come with running a judicial system. The key word here is ‘procedural.’  By law, the rules and proposals are supposed to be procedural and must not change substantive rights. But the amendment to Rule 41 isn’t procedural at all. It creates new avenues for government hacking that were never approved by Congress.”

Sources:

TheDailySheeple.com

ExtremeTech.com

http://newstarget.com/2016-12-09-new-law-allows-government-access-to-hack-individuals-computers-and-phones.html

HILLARY IS IN HELL AFTER SEEING HUGE NEWS ABOUT TRUMP FROM WISCONSIN RECOUNT TODAY

 

Published on Dec 10, 2016

Sub for more: http://nnn.is/the_new_media | Danny Gold for Liberty Writers reports, Hillary Clinton really had her hopes high for this recount. Heaven for her would have been winning because the recount said that somehow Trump cheated the election. Well, Hillary Clinton, WELCOME TO HELL!! The recount from Wisconsin is already coming in, and the results are looking very promising…FOR DONALD TRUMP!!

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‘US to hand out arms like Christmas cookies to preserve terrorist assets in Syria’ – ex-US diplomat [VIDEO]

 

Published on Dec 10, 2016

President Obama’s waiver of restrictions on supplying arms to militant groups in Syria looks like a desperate attempt to compensate for the loss of Aleppo and preserve terrorist assets elsewhere, former US diplomat Jim Jatras told RT.

 

Hawaiian Democrat Introduces Bill For US To Stop Arming Terrorists [VIDEO]

 

Published on Dec 10, 2016

Introduced to the House on Thursday by Democrat Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii, the legislature aims to put an end to the widely-reported US practice of indirectly sponsoring terrorism. In particular, the act seeks to make it illegal for any US government agency to assist extremist groups directly or indirectly in any way shape or form, be it through the sale of weapons, field training, or intelligence assistance.