By Christopher R Rice
Hello, for those of you unfamiliar with my writing let me start off by saying that I am not a writer so please bear with me. I also did not become a writer to hear myself piss and moan. I am here to recruit you to become the change that you desire. But now I’m getting ahead of myself. First I need to show you the extent of how corrupt our system is with impeccable sources, right?
This corruption applies to both of America’s political parties. I will show you how it does not matter which party holds office or which political party you vote for, because corrupt corporate America controls both the republicans and the democrats making voting a farce.
Our local police force is a very good example of our entire corrupt system because it is the most visible and the easiest to understand. Their motto is to protect and serve but they fall short of that, to put it politely.
Would we the people allow and support a police force that was repeatedly guilty of raping our mothers, our wives and our daughters? While allowing crime to flourish all around us? Yes, we do, we have and we are…
Investigators say, detectives Eddie Martins and Richard Hallbefore releasing her on Sept 5. The woman went to the hospital, where prosecutors say DNA was obtained that matched both men.
According to the victim, named Anna, the officers brutally took turns raping her inside an undercover NYPD van, CBS New York reports.
But the officers have pleaded not guilty to rape and other charges, and the case has highlighted an apparent loophole in the laws of New York and many other states that may allow police to escape sexual assault charges by claiming sex acts were consensual. While New York law already bars sexual contact between corrections workers and inmates, it doesn’t apply explicitly to police.
If you want to shirk your responsibility as a citizen of this Republic right now, you can always claim that 1.) the police police themselves or 2.) these are all isolated incidence that were properly investigated or 3.) voting fixes everything
But I’m here to call bullshit and to prove to you beyond any reasonable doubt that you are supporting the great harlot who corrupts all nations with her fornication. And that your continued support through work, taxes, silence and obedience makes you a war criminal, just as guilty as those doing the actually torturing, raping and killing.
Chicopee police officer facing rape charges in Ayer
A western Massachusetts police officer charged with raping a woman during National Guard training has been released on $5,000 bail.
Not guilty pleas to charges of rape, kidnapping and assault and battery were entered on behalf of Chicopee Officer Corey Fournier at his arraignment Tuesday.
Prosecutors say the 27-year-old Fournier and the alleged victim were training with the National Guard at Fort Devens in Ayer on Saturday. Continue reading
LAPD officer accused of unlawful sex with 15-year-old in department’s youth cadet program
class=””>Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck says he personally arrested one of his own officers on Thursday.
Beck arrested 10-year veteran LAPD officer Robert Cain in what has become the latest scandal involving the department’s youth cadet program. The 31-year-old officer is accused of having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old female cadet.
The chief, who usually does not make arrests, said, “I told him you’re under arrest for unlawful sex with a minor.”
A cache of nearly 100 weapons was found at Cain’s home during a search, an LAPD source confirmed with ABC News Friday. Included in the cache were what the source described as “modified assault rifles.” Continue reading
Cases of police-perpetrated molestation, harassment sexual assault, rape and molestation have been all over the headlines recently. A former Washington, D.C., officer admitted that he forced teenagers to work as escorts out of his apartment, while a former Wisconsin police officer was arrested for murdering two women and stuffing them into suitcases. An officer in Texas was arrested on domestic violence charges and was recorded saying that his wife would benefit from being “cut by a razor, set on fire, beat half to death and left to die.” A former Georgia officer was sentenced to 35 years on child molestation charges after he forced himself on two girls and a woman while on duty.
Would you support a local corrupt police department? A police force that framed innocent men and women, planted evidence, destroyed evidence? Would you support a police department that lied, cheated and stole? That robbed and raped the very citizens they were suppose to protect and serve? Because you have and you are.
Federal authorities arrest six Chicago police officers for allegedly stealing drugs, money
According to WBBM-TV in Chicago, Federal authorities have arrested six Chicago police officers for allegedly stealing money and drugs from drug dealers.
Sources within the Chicago Police Department told WBBM that the FBI performed at least three separate sting operations, and caught the officers on videotape stealing both money and drugs from dealers during busts and pocketing the proceeds. The officers have been taken into custody and charges are reportedly pending. According to WBBM, as many as 7 officers may have been involved but only 6 have been arrested at this time. On one occasion, a team of officers reportedly took nearly $20,000 in a single robbery. The Chicago Police Department refused to comment on the story. Continue reading
Man Who Spent More Than 50 Years Behind Bars to Walk Free After Judge Throws Out Conviction
A Lousiana man is scheduled to walk free Wednesday after spending more than 50 years in prison for the rape and kidnapping of a nurse.
A judge threw out the conviction of Wilbert Jones two weeks ago, calling the prosecution’s case “weak at best” and saying authorities had withheld evidence that could have cleared Jones years ago. Continue reading
Judge orders Dookhan to pay $2m to wrongly convicted man
A federal judge has awarded more than $2 million to a man wrongly convicted based on evidence falsified by Annie Dookhan, the former state chemist who created a multimillion-dollar crisis in the state’s criminal justice system. It is the first case in which Dookhan has been ordered to compensate any of the thousands of defendants whose cases she tainted.
US District Judge Indira Talwani determined that Leonardo Johnson, 53, of Dorchester, is entitled to compensatory and punitive damages for the 15 months he served in prison, because Dookhan gave “false testimony to convict an innocent man.” Continue reading
Would we the people support a police force that was repeatedly guilty of killing innocent men and women who were not armed and who were following every order? Yes. We do.
The Philando Castile shooting just threw into question a central belief people have about the US policing system
A 32-year-old black man whose girlfriend said was pulled over by a Minnesota police officer for a broken tail light was shot and killed by the officer late Wednesday night.
The earliest details emerging from the shooting have led to questions about its implications for a central belief people have about the US policing system, as well as an assertion frequently posited in the wake of police shootings to justify the officers’ actions: If you comply with the police, you won’t be harmed.
“I’ve always told my son: The key thing in order to try to survive being stopped by the police is to comply. Whatever they ask you to do — do it,” Valerie Castile, Philando Castile’s mother, said in an interview with CNN on Thursday morning.
“Don’t say nothing. Just do whatever they want you to do. So what’s the difference in complying and you get killed anyway?” she said. Continue reading
Daniel Shaver, unarmed man killed by Arizona police officer, cried and begged for life before shooting
An unarmed man who was shot and killed by an Arizona police officer in January cried, complied with police orders and begged for his life before the fatal firing, according to a newly released police report.
Mesa Police Officer Philip Brailsford has been charged with second-degree murder for the death of Daniel Shaver, a 26-year-old Texas man. Authorities have declined to release Brailsford’s body cam footage from the deadly encounter. Continue reading
New Jersey Man Seeks Criminal Charges After Video Surfaces Of Alleged Police Brutality
On Feb. 27, officers say they responded to a call of a “man with a gun” along the 1300 block of Collings Road in Camden, New Jersey.
Attorney Devon Jacob says his client, Edward Minguela, never had a gun and a gun was never found, but what happened to Minguela next was inexcusable.
“An officer holstered his weapon, lifted him up and slammed him down,” Jacob said. “It appears from the video that other officers restrain Mr. Manguela. While the officer that slammed him to the ground punched him repeatedly looks like 12 times.”
Jacob says despite the video confirming Minguela’s account, he is still facing obstructing justice and resisting arrest charges.
“I’ve called on the prosecutor’s office to dismiss those charges, but it’s been met with silence,” he said. “That is a little bit interesting, considering, the individuals caught on camera doing the beating have not been criminally charged.”
In a statement, a Camden County spokesman said, “The video from the scene, as shocking and disturbing as it is, is not who we are as a police department and does not represent our training, standards or culture at the agency. I can say in no uncertain terms that this isolated incident will be addressed.” Continue reading
Police officers three times more likely to commit domestic violence
Police departments are actually amazing at public relations. Each department often has its own communications director, some have full PR departments, and high-ranking officers interact with the local media more than any other profession in our country. This may explain how police officers are held up as the ethical and moral heroes of our country in spite of the reality that they have a rate of domestic violence 300 percent higher than NFL athletes.
A full 69 percent of Americans believe that the NFL has a widespread domestic violence problem, and 47 percent of Americans believe that NFL athletes should be permanently banned from the league for domestic violence.
The truth is, though, that NFL athletes actually have a domestic violence rate that is 45 percent lower than the national average. The athletes are just so popular and widely covered that it has given the nation a bit of a false impression.
Domestic violence is a problem in general, and NFL athletes are certainly part of that problem.
What isn’t being told is that police officers have a higher domestic violence rate than any known profession in the country.
In families of police officers, domestic violence is two-to-four times more likely than in the general population — from stalking and harassment to sexual assault and even homicide. As the National Center for Women and Policing notes, two studies have found that at least 40% of police officer families experience domestic violence, in contrast to 10% of families in the general population. Continue reading
I’d urge everyone who believes in zero tolerance for NFL employees caught beating their wives or girlfriends to direct as much attention—or ideally, even more attention—at police officers who assault their partners. Several studies have found that the romantic partners of police officers suffer domestic abuse at rates significantly higher than the general population. And while all partner abuse is unacceptable, it is especially problematic when domestic abusers are literally the people that battered and abused women are supposed to call for help.
If there’s any job that domestic abuse should disqualify a person from holding, isn’t it the one job that gives you a lethal weapon, trains you to stalk people without their noticing, and relies on your judgment and discretion to protect the abused against domestic abusers?
THE POLICE ARE JUST THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG
The corruption, the bribes, the cocaine fueled sex parties at taxpayers expense, it goes all the way to the top…
Political Contributions Drove Juvenile Prison Privatization
In September 2012 DJJ announced it was closing the Thompson Academy, which was run by Youth Services International (YSI). That announcement came only months after Gordon Weekes, the chief assistant public defender, filed a motion in state requesting the court to appoint an independent monitor to investigate Thompson Academy.
In the motion, Weekes alleged staff uses excessive force, citing an instance of a staff member breaking a juvenile’s nose and another case where a juvenile’s ankle was broken. Food quality was so poor and “minimal” that staff uses it as “currency” to reward youth for sexual favors.
Additionally, it was alleged that staff “actively smoke” marijuana at the facility and make it available to youth. Continue reading
Rep. Richardson, a forensic accountant, noted inappropriate cost adjustments for air conditioning, support positions for FDOC monitoring, educational programming, substance abuse programs and behavioral-transition programming. In most cases, the FDOC became aware there was “gross overstatement” of costs, but no action was taken to adjust the price of the contract even when it was extended.
“To say the award of this contract and the use of a private prison contractor to operate this facility saved Florida taxpayers is a complete farce,” Richardson wrote. “It represents nothing more than government waste and abuse.”
He estimated that CCA had overcharged the state $16 million in the years it had operated LCCF, and requested that Governor Scott’s Chief Inspector General, Melinda Miguel, conduct a full investigation of the contract for LCCF and other private prisons in Florida.
This was not the first time the FDOC has paid more than it should to a private prison company. In November 2007, PLN reported that CCA and GEO Group were overpaid by at least $4.5 million for vacant job positions and maintenance that was never performed; the companies paid pennies on the dollar to resolve the overbilling. Continue reading
The Crisis of Juvenile Prison Rape: A New Report
Reporters in Texas, in 2007, discovered that more than 750 juvenile detainees across the state had alleged sexual abuse by staff over the previous six years. That number, however, was generally thought to under-represent the true extent of such abuse, because most children were too afraid to report it: staff commonly instructed their favorite inmates to beat up kids who complained. Even when the kids did file complaints, they knew it wouldn’t do them much good. Staff covered for each other, grievance processes were sabotaged and evidence was frequently destroyed. Officials in Austin ignored what they heard, and in the very rare instances when staff were fired and their cases referred to local prosecutors, those prosecutors usually refused to act. Not one employee of the Texas Youth Commission during that six-year period was sent to prison for raping the children in his or her care. [See: PLN, Feb. 2008, p.1]. Continue reading
Lawsuit Accuses Private Prison Company of Illegally Funding a Trump Super-PAC
It’s no secret that President Donald Trump has been very good for private prison executives. After the Justice Department announced earlier this year that it would continue using private lockups—a reversal of an Obama policy announced in 2016—prison companies’ stock prices soared. Now, a campaign finance watchdog is suing to figure out whether one of these prison companies influenced the Trump administration’s policy reversal by donating large sums to a pro-Trump super-PAC during the 2016 presidential campaign.
In August and November, GEO Group, the country’s biggest private prison company, donated a total of $225,000 through a subsidiary to a pro-Trump super-PAC, according to campaign disclosures. The super-PAC, Rebuilding America Now, had been heartily endorsed by the Trump team; Mike Pence said contributions to the group would be “one of the best ways to stop Hillary Clinton and help elect Donald Trump our next president.” But according to a lawsuit filed Thursday by the Campaign Legal Center, the prison company’s decision to fund the super-PAC allegedly violated federal law, which prohibits government contractors from making political contributions. Continue reading
TORTURE INC. Americas Brutal Prisons
HOW HIGH? AS HIGH AS THE WHITE HOUSE. HOW CORRUPT…
Jared Kushner didn’t disclose business ties to George Soros, Peter Thiel, and Goldman Sachs, or that he owes $1 billion in loans
Jared Kushner didn’t disclose his business ties with George Soros, Peter Thiel, and Goldman Sachs, or that he owes $1 billion in loans, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
The top White House adviser and son-in-law of Trump failed to identify his part ownership of Cadre, a real-estate startup he founded, which links him to the Goldman Sachs Group and the mega-investors George Soros and Peter Thiel, sources told The Journal.
Business Insider first reported on Kushner’s involvement with Cadre last June. Here’s more about what Cadre is.
Jamie Gorelick, an attorney for Kushner, told The Journal in a statement that Cadre was part of BFPS Ventures LLC, a company Kushner owns and identified in his government financial-disclosure forms.
Gorelick also said a revised version of Kushner’s form that includes Cadre would be made available once ethics officials have looked at it.
Kushner also failed to identify debt of more than $1 billion from 20 lenders and personal guarantees to pay more than $300 million of that, according to The Journal. Continue reading
Wall Street Wins Again as Trump Picks Bankers, Billionaires
After Donald Trump ridiculed Wall Street on the campaign trail, the President-elect tapped former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executive Steven Mnuchin to be his Treasury secretary and billionaire investor Wilbur Ross to lead the Commerce Department. Trump even met with Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn inside Trump Tower.
It would suit Tilson just fine if voters who backed Trump because he promised to rein in Wall Street are furious now that he’s surrounding himself with bankers and billionaires.
“I can take glee in that — I think Donald Trump conned them,” said Tilson, who runs Kase Capital Management. “I worried that he was going to do crazy things that would blow the system up. So the fact that he’s appointing people from within the system is a good thing.” Continue reading
You wouldn’t know it from President Donald Trump’s rhetoric, but the tax overhaul coming into effect is heavily tilted to the rich. It also leaves “Obamacare” in place, despite his assertion that the tax plan repeals the health care law. Nothing about the plan provides the fuel to achieve economic growth at the levels he’s predicted.
Trump’s penchant for exaggeration and sometimes pure fiction has clouded the realities of the overhaul as it has shaped up over months. As for Democrats, you wouldn’t know to hear them talk that middle-class people are getting a tax cut out of the deal, too.
It amounts to a massive corporate tax cut, with uneven — and temporary — benefits for the middle class that could end up increasing taxes for many working families in future years.
All told, the plan would cut taxes for businesses by $1 trillion, would cut an additional $100 billion in changes to the estate tax for the wealthy, and spreads the remaining $300 billion over 10 years among all households at every income level.
Most of the savings Trump and his heirs would see would come from the measure’s repeal of the estate tax – the tax levied on property transferred to beneficiaries after an individual dies.
The analysis was based on Trump’s estimated net worth and his 2005 tax return, the only such return made public thus far. It found that the president could save more than $20 million himself, while his heirs could save $1.1 billion.
Int’l Criminal Court Prosecutor Seeks Probe of US Personnel in Afghanistan for Rape and TortureThe International Criminal Court prosecutor asked for authorization Monday to investigate reported human rights abuses in Afghanistan, including allegations of rape and torture by U.S. military and the CIA, crimes against humanity by the Taliban and war crimes by Afghan security forces.
The request marks the first time that ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has targeted Americans for alleged war crimes. Bensouda said an investigation under the auspices of the international tribunal could break through what she called “near total impunity” in Afghanistan. Continue reading
Washington’s Hidden Agenda: Restore the Drug Trade The Spoils of War: Afghanistan’s Multibillion Dollar Heroin Trade
Heroin is a multibillion dollar business supported by powerful interests, which requires a steady and secure commodity flow. One of the “hidden” objectives of the war was precisely to restore the CIA sponsored drug trade to its historical levels and exert direct control over the drug routes.
Immediately following the October 2001 invasion, opium markets were restored. Opium prices spiraled. By early 2002, the opium price (in dollars/kg) was almost 10 times higher than in 2000.
In 2001, under the Taliban opiate production stood at 185 tons, increasing to 3400 tons in 2002 under the US sponsored puppet regime of President Hamid Karzai. Continue reading
WE THE PEOPLE ARE SUPPORTING…
Corrupt police. Corrupt local government. Corrupt state government. Corrupt federal government. And a corrupt military. If you are looking for even more proof, sources and videos then what you found in this one article, I have at no expense to you published a website (TheUnderground) which documents the crimes of Americas leaders against we the people. My desire is that this information will be used to prosecute the corrupt and the powerful. And that through justice we the people can restore our Republic. Because otherwise, we the people have become Nazis just following orders.
This corruption applies to both of America’s political parties. I have shown you it does not matter which party holds office or which political party you vote for, because corrupt corporate America controls both the republicans and the democrats making voting a farce.
So, which one are you, a man or a mouse? Will you accept your responsibility or will you shirk from your duty and be just another Nazi following orders from your corrupt masters? I have provided links below for further research and also on how we the people can restore our Republic.
We the people can no longer in good conscience trust the politicians, the corporations or the pigs to police themselves.
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October 22-A National Day of Mourning
On October 22nd, we are all Americans, we stand as one people, one nation, without color, creed or division. We are one, we are America.
OCT. 22ND A NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER AND CALM
This is a call for a day of prayer and calm. To mourn the victims both living and dead. This is a non-violent protest. A day of remembrance, not a day for violence.
1.) To participate we call on everyone everywhere to wear black to mourn the dead.
2.) Do not go to work, or to school or to church, as remembrance of the dead.
3.) No shopping. Do not spend one dime on October 22nd. No buses, no trains and no planes for one day to show our solidarity with those who have been murdered.
4.) We must organize and become our own media. There will be zero discussion of this day of prayer by the national media so we must become our own media and get the word out. Use this link: http://ronsspot.org/who-is-kelly-thomas-and-whats-oct22/ PROMOTE IT!!