California Shopping Centers Are Spying for an ICE Contractor

California Shopping Centers Are Spying for an ICE Contractor By Dave Maas Update 10:45 a.m., July 11, 2018: The Irvine Company has disclosed the three shopping centers are Irvine Spectrum Center, Fashion Island, and The Marketplace.  The local police departments are the Irvine, Newport Beach, and Tustin police departments.    Update 7:30 p.m. July 10, 2018: The Irvine Company provided The Verge with the following response.  Irvine Company is a customer of Vigilant Solutions. Vigilant employs ALPR technology at our three Orange County regional shopping centers. Vigilant is required by…

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Facial Recognition Tech Company Refuses to Sell to Governments

Facial Recognition Tech Company Refuses to Sell to Governments By Derrick Broze The CEO of a company that makes facial recognition software has publicly stated that his company will not sell to law enforcement or governments. In recent months controversies have erupted over various tech companies contracting with the various law enforcement and military agencies. At Google, employees publicly expressed their distaste for the company’s contract to provide the U.S. Department of Defense with Artificial Intelligence technology. The frustration was so high that some Google employees actually quit. Amazon was also…

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Police State Defined—Man Facing Jail Time For Overdue $5 Movie Rental

Police State Defined—Man Facing Jail Time For Overdue $5 Movie Rental By Rachel Blevins Tulsa, OK – A man who never returned the copy of the movie Ted he rented for $5 from a local store in 2014 was contacted by police and threatened with jail time if he did not pay the hefty fine that has accumulated over the last four years. Lonnie Perry said he vaguely remembers renting the movie, watching it and then forgetting to return it—but he became homeless around that time, and he believes the…

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VIDEO: Mexican Border Patrol Officer Impersonates Police Officer Harasses Mexican Doctor

VIDEO: Mexican Border Patrol Officer Impersonates Police Officer Harasses Mexican Doctor By Aaron Kesel A Mexican Border Patrol officer, Joel Lopez, impersonated a police officer and pulled over a Mexican Doctor, Christian Hernandez, an hour within the border without a radar detector present in his vehicle, claiming the man was speeding during what he claimed was an “immigration inspection.” Subsequently, Hernandez claims that he just passed him on the highway when the federal agent followed him and he started recording. “Border Patrol following me after I pass them..,” the video…

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Police Union Calls for Banning of Books in High School Because They Mention Police Brutality

Police Union Calls for Banning of Books in High School Because They Mention Police Brutality By Matt Agorist Censorship is a necessity of the police state. Peaceful ideas that oppose the status quo expose the insidious nature of the establishment and are therefore stricken from the public record. This has long been the practice of all empires and it is currently the practice in America today. Case in point: police in South Carolina are attempting to get two books in a school banned because they talk about police brutality and…

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Police Caught Giving Suspects to Hospital for Involuntary Human Experiments with Date Rape Drug

Police Caught Giving Suspects to Hospital for Involuntary Human Experiments with Date Rape Drug By John Vibes Minneapolis, MN – Last week, The Free Thought Project reported that cops were caught injecting unruly suspects with the powerful sedative ketamine, which police classify as a date rape drug. Since the initial story was made public, more details have emerged in the case, revealing a twisted study that has been going on for many years, researching the effects of different sedatives on patients, many times without their knowledge or consent. This research…

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Taxpayers Shell Out $2.5 Million After Cop Held 3yo Girl At Gunpoint As He Beat Her Handcuffed Mom

Taxpayers Shell Out $2.5 Million After Cop Held 3yo Girl At Gunpoint As He Beat Her Handcuffed Mom By Matt Agorist Chicago, IL — This week, the taxpayers of Chicago were told they would be footing the bill—to the tune of $2.5 million—to pay for an excessive force lawsuit that accused police of holding a 3-year-old little girl at gunpoint while beating her handcuffed mother. The lawsuit stems from a search warrant carried out in the home of Aretha Simmons in 2013. During the raid, according to the lawsuit, the entire…

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Bad Apple? Multiple Cops Arrested in Massive Conspiracy, Stealing Tens of Thousands from Taxpayers

Bad Apple? Multiple Cops Arrested in Massive Conspiracy, Stealing Tens of Thousands from Taxpayers By Jack Burns Going far beyond simply cheating on their time cards, three Massachusetts State Troopers have been arrested and charged with embezzlement. According to the allegations brought against the troopers, they stole tens of thousands of dollars when they billed the state for overtime they either did not work or time they stole when they clocked out early. The officers are Paul Cesan, Gary Herman, and David Wilson. In 2016, Cesan is believed to have…

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How Long Before Chinese-made Axon Police Drones Start Killing Americans?

How Long Before Chinese-made Axon Police Drones Start Killing Americans? By MassPrivateI Not content with police body cams, Axon formerly known as Taser wants to equip police departments with Chinese-made surveillance drones. Three weeks ago, Chinese drone manufacturer DJI reported that they are partnering with Axon. DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, and Axon the global leader in connected law enforcement technologies, announced an exclusive partnership, to sell DJI drones directly to public safety and law enforcement agencies worldwide through the new Axon Air program.(Source)  Axon…

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The Police State Takes A Giant Leap Towards Pre-Crime

The Police State Takes A Giant Leap Towards Pre-Crime By Rory Hall If you think we still have privacy rights or a 4th Amendment you are living in the past. Technology has moved past our individual rights and technology is now determining what day and time a crime will be committed in your neighborhood and produce a list of suspects that need to “questioned” prior to a crime being committed. Technological profiling. Wearing a head cover that’s new to you? Well, it could mean you’re about to commit a crime.…

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