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Greek opposition leader Nikolaos Michaloliakos arrested

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Leader Of Golden Dawn Nikolaos G. Michaloliakos, has been arrested with at least 3 or 4 other members of parliament. The arrests have been made on grounds that Golden Dawn is a “Criminal Organization” In Greece right now, all nationalists are organizing a protest of this illegal and unprecedented decision. It has already begun, the international usurers have stepped up their full scale attack... 

NSA agent abused spying tools to intercept phone calls

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A US National Security Agency employee has abused the US government’s spying tools in order to intercept phone calls of nine foreign women. According to internal files of the US spying agency, the NSA agent intercepted the calls from 1998 to 2003 and twice collected communications of an American without ever being noticed by his managers. The illegal abuse of the NSA’s spying tools was disclosed... 

7th Graders Suspended For 9 Months For Playing With Toy Gun at Home

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Last week, in the wake of the Navy Yard shooting in Washington DC, we predicted that we’d see another wave of knee jerk overreactions to anyone doing anything with any object that even remotely looks like a gun – sadly we were right. The latest incident occurred in Virginia, where a seventh grader and his friend have been suspended from school for playing with a toy gun, in the boy’s own front... 

‘Monsanto Protection Act’ quietly extended by Congress

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A budget provision protecting genetically-modified seeds from litigation in the face of health risks was extended for three months in an approved US House of Representatives’ spending bill on Tuesday evening. Called “The Monsanto Protection Act” by opponents, the budget rider shields biotech behemoths like Monsanto, Cargill and others from the threat of lawsuits and bars federal courts from... 

60% of crimes in Manchester go unanswered, officer says

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Greater Manchester police chief constable Sir Peter Fahy Only 40 percent of all reported crimes in Greater Manchester are investigated, leaving a large amount of criminal cases filed by the public unsolved, a high-ranking police officer says. Sir Peter Fahy, chief constable of Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said only the “most serious crimes” and those that have a high likelihood to “produce... 

Morsi to be tried for ‘incitement to murder and violence’

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Egypt’s ousted president Mohamed Morsi is to be tried for what has been called ‘incitement to murder,’ by Egyptian state media. According to a report by the state TV on Sunday, Morsi will stand trial in a criminal court along with 14 other members of the Muslim Brotherhood movement on charges of “incitement to murder and violence” in December 2012 when fatal clashes erupted between supporters... 

Obama should be deprived of Nobel Peace Prize, if USA strikes Syria: Moscow

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American President Barack Obama received a Nobel Peace Prize in 2009 for his “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between people.” The head of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs Alexei Pushkov suggested U.S. President Barack Obama should be deprived of the Nobel Peace Prize in the event the Americans strike a military blow on Syria,... 

Oregon man robs bank for $1 to be arrested and get free healthcare

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Timothy Dean Alsip A homeless man has allegedly held up and robbed a Portland bank for $1, then sat down and waited for police to arrest him so he could receive healthcare in prison. Timothy Dean Alsip, a 50-year-old homeless man, was arrested by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Department and thrown in jail on suspicion of second-degree robbery. Deputy Mark Nikolai, spokesman for the sheriff’s office,... 

World's Ridiculous Laws that Will Definitely make you Laugh

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There are many people in the world, who may feel dissatisfied about the existence of laws. However, few of them dare to challenge the consistency of laws, their relevance and need to restore justice, punish evil, or prevent crime. However, in some countries there are legal provisions that are difficult to explain from the standpoint of common sense. In Europe, there are a lot of ridiculous laws. For... 

DOJ wants Bush, senior cabinet members exempt from Iraq War trial

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The United States Department of Justice has requested that former President George W. Bush and the highest figures in his administration receive full exemption from being tried for the Iraq War, which the DoJ says was in line with international law. Apart from Bush, the names listed in the paper the DoJ filed on Tuesday are former Vice President Richard Cheney, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld,... 

London: European capital of fugitive criminals

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If you committed a crime in your country of residence, go to London. London does not extradite. The British justice system is structured in such a way that offenders from any country except the United States can be granted asylum. This means not only shelter, but also the ability to live quietly, without looking back at the police. It is no accident that many oligarchs have a home in London. The UK... 

UK ordered Guardian to destroy hard drives in effort to stop Snowden revelations

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UK authorities reportedly raided the Guardian’s office in London to destroy hard drives in an effort to stop future publications of leaks from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. The action is unlikely to prevent new materials coming out. Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger revealed in a Monday article posted on the British newspaper’s website that intelligence officials from the Government... 

UK detains Greenwald’s partner under Terrorism Act, confiscates electronics

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Glenn Greenwald (left) and his partner David Miranda (right) The partner of journalist Glenn Greenwald was held at Heathrow airport under the UK Terrorism Act for the maximum time allowed before pressing charges. Amnesty International dubbed the move an unwarranted revenge after Greenwald revealed NSA spy programs. David Miranda was passing through London en route from Berlin to Rio de Janeiro, where... 

White House denies DNI Clapper will head ‘independent’ NSA review group

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US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. After insisting that the government’s unprecedented capability to monitor communications must be assessed by an independent panel with regards to maintaining the trust of Americans, President Barack Obama has announced the formation of a new review group. A memo issued Monday by the White House said James Clapper, the United States director of national... 

US Politicians Given Invisible License Plates to Avoid Fines

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There are rules for the common people and rules for their “leaders,” and only in rare cases do the same rules cover both. Chris Morran at the Consumerist points out how politicians (yet again) are being allowed to ignore the same laws that affect their constituents. Colorado legislators are immune from speeding tickets and parking tickets thanks to the special plates issued to lawmakers — ones... 
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