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Monday
Dec042017

Victim’s Testimony Reveals Establishment-Connected East Coast Trafficking Network

Allegations of sex abuse that began with Harvey Weinstein on the West Coast have incrementally shifted towards facets of the political, economic and media spheres of the U.S. Eastern seaboard. A surge in public willingness to come to terms with the stark reality of abuse perpetrated by members of the establishment suggests that it is time to re-examine the testimony of survivors who have previously come forward with allegations.

Disobedient Media spoke with Greg Bucceroni, a survivor of sex trafficking, who described his experiences in an alleged child sex ring in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s that primarily targeted troubled young boys on the East Coast.

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Monday
Dec042017

NSA, DOJ Still Aren't Letting Defendants Know They're Using Section 702 Evidence Against Them

The NSA has never taken its evidentiary obligations seriously. The agency is supposed to inform the court and defendants if surveillance-derived evidence is being used against them. (And it's actually supposed to hand over the evidence as well.)

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Monday
Dec042017

The Supreme Court will allow full enforcement of the Trump travel ban

The Supreme Court is allowing the Trump administration to fully enforce a ban on travel to the United States by residents of six mostly Muslim countries, according to the Associated Press.

The justices, with two dissenting votes, said Monday that the policy can take full effect even as legal challenges against it make their way through the courts. The action suggests the high court could uphold the latest version of the ban that Trump announced in September.

The ban applies to travelers from Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen. Lower courts had said people from those nations with a claim of a “bona fide” relationship with someone in the United States could not be kept out of the country. Grandparents, cousins and other relatives were among those courts said could not be excluded.

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Sunday
Dec032017

Something The Cabal Never Saw Coming That Will Shatter Their Entire Plan 

Sunday
Dec032017

IRREFUTABLE PROOF RUSSIA SPECIAL COUNSEL IS A COUP

Saturday
Dec022017

ABC Makes "Epic Mistake", Retracts Bombshell Flynn Story

ZERO HEDGE

Having caused chaos in financial markets briefly, set the liberal media on fire with 'I told you so's, and sparked a renewed round of #ImpeachTrump demands, ABC News issued a 'clarification' to their bombshell Flynn report that not only negates the entire story but provides President Trump with another round of ammunition to fire against the 'fake news' media.

Critically, ABC News reports, correcting their earlier report, that Michael Flynn is prepared to testify that Donald Trump directed him to contact the Russians as president-elect, not as a candidate.

Here is the full clarification:

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Saturday
Dec022017

Bitcoin exchange Coinbase ordered to hand over 1% of customer data to IRS

A federal court has ordered Coinbase, which operates the largest U.S. exchange for buying and selling Bitcoins, to hand over information to IRS on more than 14,000 customers suspected of evading taxes. 

The ruling by U.S. Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley, calls for Coinbase to provide the tax agency with the name, birth date, address and taxpayer identification number of customers who had the Bitcoin equivalent of $20,000 or more in their accounts in any one year between 2013 and 2015.  

According to Coinbase, the order will only affect its highest transacting clients, roughly 1 percent of its total customer base of roughly 6 million account holder. The IRS originally demanded records of all Coinbase customers.

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Saturday
Dec022017

Frantic Evacuation Footage Threatens Lone Gunman Theory 

Friday
Dec012017

NSA Secretly Helped Convict Defendants in U.S. Courts, Classified Documents Reveal

Azliddin Kurbanov is a barrel-chested man from Uzbekistan who came to the United States in 2009, when he was in his late 20s. A Christian who had converted from Islam, Kurbanov arrived as a refugee and spoke little English. Resettled in Boise, Idaho, he rented an apartment, worked odd jobs, and was studying to be a truck driver.

But about three years after entering the U.S., around the time he converted back to Islam, Kurbanov was placed under FBI surveillance. According to emails and internet chat logs obtained by the government, Kurbanov was disgusted by having seen Americans burn the Quran and by reports that an American soldier had tried to rape a Muslim girl. “My entire life, everything, changed,” Kurbanov wrote in a July 31, 2012 email.

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Thursday
Nov302017

HP Accused of Quietly Installing Spyware on Windows PCs

PC MAG

If you own a HP-branded Windows PC or laptop, it may be running a new "service" that you never opted to have installed and had no idea was constantly running in the background. It's called HP Touchpoint Analytics Service, and it is being branded spyware.

According to Computerworld, the software appeared earlier this month and seems to have been deployed as part of a Windows update. It installs without asking for permission and then "harvests telemetry information that is used by HP Touchpoint's analytical services." The Analytics Client forms part of HP Touchpoint Manager and, according to ghacks.net, sends data to HP once every day.

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Thursday
Nov302017

NSA, Army Breach Exposed 100GB of Highly Classified Data

Of all the various branches of government, none rely on trust more than intelligence agencies. The military scarcely makes a habit of broadcasting its troop movements or deployments on the front page of the newspaper. But Congress — a civilian government — has the power to call various military leaders to testify and to investigate reports of malfeasance.

The intelligence agencies of the United States, on the other hand, work in a shadowed world. Their intelligence operations are often approved in the FISA Court rather than by a normal federal judge. And they have been granted enormous power to gather data on individuals both within and outside America, all in the name of making and keeping America a safer place.

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Thursday
Nov302017

US Army doxes itself, reveals $100 million NSA spy program that got flushed before it was ever used

BOING BOING

Chris Vickery from Upguard found an Army Amazon Web Services instance with no password or encryption, containing 100GB of data on a defunct NSA program called Red Disk.

Red Disk was to have been a cloud system for the NSA to use to coordinate battlefield intelligence. The Agency spent more than $93 million on the program before the Pentagon pulled the plug. Nothing of any value was salvaged from that $93 million investment.

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Thursday
Nov302017

Trump tweet: "Big stuff. Deep State. Give this information NOW!"