Police in America Have Killed 12.8 Times More Citizens Than Mass Shooters In Just The Last 4 Years

Police in America Have Killed 12.8 Times More Citizens Than Mass Shooters In Just The Last 4 Years By Matt Agorist Tragically, in America, mass shootings — in which murdering psychopaths go on rampages in public spaces — have claimed the lives of 339 people since 2015. While this number is certainly shocking and far too high, during this same time frame, police in America have claimed the lives of 4,355 citizens. While some of these citizens were armed and dangerous, others were innocent, unarmed, and include small children. Daniel…

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MET Police Threaten Journalists About Publishing Leaked Documents Holding Government Accountable

MET Police Threaten Journalists About Publishing Leaked Documents Holding Government Accountable By Aaron Kesel In another blow against free press, following a leak revealing comments by the British Ambassador to the USA Sir Kim Darroch calling Trump “inept, insecure and incompetent” (leading to the ambassador’s resignation and a spat of Twitter insults between Trump and senior Tory officials), London’s Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu has publicly warned journalists not to publish any government leaks, threatening them with imprisonment. The publication of leaked communications, knowing the damage they have caused…

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Thieving Cop Caught on Her Own Body Cam Robbing Murder Victim of $500

Thieving Cop Caught on Her Own Body Cam Robbing Murder Victim of $500 By Jack Burns Atlanta, GA  — Adding insult to deadly injuries, an Atlanta police officer was caught stealing from a murder victim. Atlanta Police Department (APD) fired Officer Keisha Richburg this week after her own body camera footage was the only evidence APD needed to catch her stealing $500 out of the dead man’s wallet. Along with the body camera footage APD released a 130-page report detailing the officer’s crimes. APD Chief Erika Shields released the following…

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Sonic Tech to Deter Kids From Parks Plus 1800+ Radiating 5G Small Cells = One Fried Philly

Sonic Tech to Deter Kids From Parks Plus 1800+ Radiating 5G Small Cells = One Fried Philly By B.N. Frank Forbes, Activist Post and many others have been reporting about Philadelphia’s increasing use of symptom-causing technology installed to keep the kids, young adults, thieves, vandals, and other ne’er-do-wells away from 31 locations at night.  One council woman even described it as a “sonic weapon” which seems appropriate considering that health experts overseas have been fighting since 2010 to get this technology banned. From Forbes: The Mosquito, invented in the U.K.…

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Philadelphia Is Using A SONIC WEAPON To Keep Kids Away From Parks! (Not The Onion!)

Philadelphia Is Using A SONIC WEAPON To Keep Kids Away From Parks! (Not The Onion!) By Press For Truth Is it satire, is it science fiction or are city council members and police in Philadelphia completely losing their minds? City officials and police in Philadelphia have been using what they call an “acoustic deterrent” (but it is described by a local councilwoman as a “sonic weapon”) to keep the city’s children and young adults away from certain recreational areas at night. This high-pitched frequency (17.5 to 18.5 kilohertz) can be…

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Watch as Cops Taser, Pepper Spray Dad in Front of His Kids, for Filming

Watch as Cops Taser, Pepper Spray Dad in Front of His Kids, for Filming By Matt Agorist Chicago, IL — In the land of the free, there are ostensible checks and balances which are in place to prevent corrupt and power drunk government officials from overstepping their authority and depriving people of their rights, especially for filming in public. The largest ostensible restraint on this power is the Constitution. However, as TFTP has reported for years, despite the fact that police swear an oath to uphold this constitution, they are…

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Lawmakers Argue Constitution Gives Gov’t Right To Steal Your Car if You’re Caught Speeding

Lawmakers Argue Constitution Gives Gov’t Right To Steal Your Car if You’re Caught Speeding By Tyler Durden Despite losing in the United States Supreme Court, the state of Indiana is still arguing that there are virtually no Eighth Amendment limits on what it can seize using civil asset forfeiture, according to Reason. In fact, Indiana Solicitor General Thomas Fisher argued in Indiana Supreme Court last week that it would be constitutional to seize any and every car that exceeded the speed limit. It was an argument that drew laughter from the U.S. Supreme…

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Amazon Ring Worked With Police in Sting Operations; Posting Facebook Ads Of Petty Crime Suspects

Amazon Ring Worked With Police in Sting Operations; Posting Facebook Ads Of Petty Crime Suspects By Aaron Kesel Amazon Ring is working with police departments all across the U.S. to stage sting operations on would-be package thieves according to several media reports. Meanwhile, if that’s not enough of a nightmare, Amazon’s Ring is also posting ads on Facebook of suspected petty criminals and calling them “Community Alerts.” Activist Post has previously warned you that it’s not enough that Amazon is on record working with the FBI with its Facial Rekogntion biometric software…

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Family Gets $750k After SWAT Raided Their Home, Killed Their Dog—Over Unpaid Utility Bill

Family Gets $750k After SWAT Raided Their Home, Killed Their Dog—Over Unpaid Utility Bill By Matt Agorist St. Louis, MO — Nothing says Police State USA quite like a SWAT team raiding a family home and killing their dog because they are unable to pay their gas bill. The woman whose dog was killed and home destroyed by SWAT officers is Angela Zorich, and her story about her police state experience will shock the conscience. After fighting the system for nearly 5 years, Zorich’s family is finally being compensated. According…

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Watch as Good Cops Honor Oath to Constitution, Uphold Man’s Right to Film, Instead of Violating It

Watch as Good Cops Honor Oath to Constitution, Uphold Man’s Right to Film, Instead of Violating It By Matt Agorist Williamston, SC — Filming the police is entirely legal in every state. However, all too often, we will see police officers overstep their authority and arrest, attack, and assault innocent people for the constitutionally protected act of documenting their behavior in public. While the norm seems to be cops violating the rights of people for conducting what are now referred to as First Amendment Audits, when cops support a citizens right to…

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