3 Innocent Men Set Free After Spending 36 Years in Prison for a Murder They Didn’t Commit

3 Innocent Men Set Free After Spending 36 Years in Prison for a Murder They Didn’t Commit By John Vibes On Monday, three men who spent 36 years in prison were finally released after it was determined that they were wrongfully convicted of murder. In 1983, Alfred Chestnut, Ransom Watkins, and Andrew Stewart were accused of killing a middle school student and were charged with first-degree murder as a result. At the time of the incident, Stewart was 17 while Chestnut and Watkins were both 16. The men have spent…

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Amazon Ring Doorbell Camera to Build Watchlist of “Suspicious” Neighbors for Police

Amazon Ring Doorbell Camera to Build Watchlist of “Suspicious” Neighbors for Police By John Vibes Ring, the home security system developed by Amazon, is planning to build a database of neighborhood watchlists using facial recognition technology. Documents obtained by the Intercept revealed that the company is working with law enforcement on a system that will identify people who are considered “suspicious,” and let Ring owners know when these individuals are near their home, using the facial recognition software built into the security system’s cameras. The software will also give the Ring…

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Police Finally Test Child Rape Victim’s Test Kit, Catch Predator — 15 Years Later

Police Finally Test Child Rape Victim’s Test Kit, Catch Predator — 15 Years Later By Jack Burns Seattle, WA — One might be tempted to think police officers actually go out and find the bad guys and bring them to justice on a regular basis. However, modern-day police work seems to be more concerned about policing for profit than actually solving crimes. Below is just one of many pitiful examples of how bureaucratic police work has become. One Seattle child rape victim had to wait  15 years for law enforcement…

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School to Prison Pipeline Exposed as 30,000 Kids Under Age 10 Arrested Since 2013

School to Prison Pipeline Exposed as 30,000 Kids Under Age 10 Arrested Since 2013 By Jack Burns Arrests of children have skyrocketed over the last decade according to the latest statistics published by the FBI. Gone are the days of sending children to the principal’s office for a paddling. Now children as young as 6 are getting arrested in Police State USA. The statistics, complied from 2013 to 2018, revealed more than 30,000 children under the age of 10 have been arrested, averaging more than six thousand kids per year.…

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Homicides in the US Fall for Second Year as Murder Rate Drops in 38 States

Homicides in the US Fall for Second Year as Murder Rate Drops in 38 States By Ryan McMaken As 2018 came to an end, politicians and media pundits insisted that “gun violence” was growing and hitting crisis levels . While a homicide rate of anything greater than zero is a measure of very-real human misery, it nonetheless turns out that fewer people were murdered in 2018 than in the year before. Moreover, 2018 was the second year in a row during which the homicide rate declined. According to new homicide…

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These Are the 50 “Most Miserable” Cities in America

These Are the 50 “Most Miserable” Cities in America By Daisy Luther According to a report by Business Insider, the title of the most miserable city in the United States goes to… …Gary, Indiana. The 50 “most miserable cities” are made so mostly by poverty and a lack of opportunities to pull oneself out of poverty. We’ve identified the 50 most miserable cities in the US, using census data from 1,000 cities, taking into consideration population change (because if people are leaving it’s usually for a good reason), the percentage…

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Man Get 99 Years in Prison for Kicking at a Cop as A Child-Murdering Cop Walks Free

Man Get 99 Years in Prison for Kicking at a Cop as A Child-Murdering Cop Walks Free By Matt Agorist Denison, TX — The Free Thought Project has reported on, quite literally, thousands of instances of police officers hurting or killing citizens, many of them entirely innocent. In the overwhelming majority of the cases, the officers are not charged with a crime and most of those keep their jobs. If those roles are reversed, however, and a citizen dares fight against a police officer, that citizen will face punishment every…

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Baltimore Governor’s Three Year Plan To Use Police Surveillance Planes To Monitor The Public

Baltimore Governor’s Three Year Plan To Use Police Surveillance Planes To Monitor The Public By MassPrivateI Americans have never seen such a blatant and misleading excuse to use surveillance planes to spy on everyone quite like what is happening in Maryland. Two days ago, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan sent a letter to the Mayor of Baltimore and the Baltimore Police Department agreeing to send funds to help the city fight crime. Which seems like a laudable thing to do right? But there is a darker side to this story. The…

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“Red Flag” Laws Should Be a Red Flag

“Red Flag” Laws Should Be a Red Flag By Larken Rose Political parasites are constantly finding new ways to violate individual rights, but sometimes they do something so fundamentally evil that people should really worry. This is one of those times. Subscribe to Larken Rose. Also Read from Activist Post: HARPA: Trump Seeking New Agency to Use A.I. to Screen Mental Health for Gun Ownership? Subscribe to Activist Post for truth, peace, and freedom news. Follow us on Minds, Twitter, Steemit, and SoMee. Become an Activist Post Patron for as…

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Groped by the TSA? #MeToo And FINALLY We Can Sue

Groped by the TSA? #MeToo And FINALLY We Can Sue By Dagny Taggart Last Friday, a US federal appeals court sided with the people – finally. The court ruled that travelers can sue the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers for “abusive conduct.” This is great news for those of us who are absolutely fed up with the rampant invasive and humiliating screenings at the hands of TSA agents. You know what? Let us call those “screenings” what they often are: Sexual assaults, under the guise of “security.” Anyway, back to…

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