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Friday
Jan202017

Violent protests in DC streets after Donald Trump inauguration; 95 arrested

Police fired tear gas on the streets of Washington, D.C., and arrested at least 95 people as protesters angry over the inauguration of President Donald Trump smashed windows of businesses, upended trash cans and scuffled with cops.

"Donald Trump is a racist!" shouted one woman nearby Trump as he was sworn in as president on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. She was quickly led away by authorities.

A protester is dragged away from a public access point to the National Mall on 14th Street NW prior to the inauguration on January 20, 2017 in Washington, DC.

The business targeted in the capital's downtown included a McDonald's, branches of Bank of America and Wells Fargo, and a Starbucks, whose window were all smashed.

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Thursday
Jan192017

DC LIVESTREAM - DAHBOO 7 Pepper Sprayed BY DC POLICE

Thursday
Jan192017

Future Trends - The Corbett Report

Welcome to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news.

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Thursday
Jan192017

CIA reveals new guidelines for collecting data on Americans

There's no question that the US government's approach to handling sensitive data could stand an update to acknowledge the online age, and the CIA is taking a stab at it. The agency has published new procedures that govern how it collects, keeps and shares information on Americans under Executive Order 12333. The guidelines acknowledge that it's much, much easier to collect large volumes of data than when the Order surfaced in the 1980s, and that the nature of the internet requires restrictions that hadn't even been considered before.

The updated rules include "specific approval requirements" for any data that can't be evaluated right away, and limit data collection to the smallest the CIA needs to achieve its goals. Agents can't just scoop up as much as they can and hoard it for later, in other words. The agency will also limit access to unevaluated data, insist on training for handling that data and require the deletion of that data no more than 5 years after it's available.

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Thursday
Jan192017

CIA documents expose internal agency feud over psychologists leading torture program

EDITOR'S NOTE: When you click the link you will notice that the WAPO used the word "interrogation" as opposed to the word torture in their headline! They just won't stop trying to mind fuck everyone with their fake headlines and fake news!

Newly released CIA documents expose a bitter internal feud over the qualifications and ethics of two former military psychologists who pushed the agency to adopt interrogation methods widely condemned as torture.

A series of internal emails reveal that the CIA’s own medical and psychological personnel expressed deep concern about an arrangement that put two outside contractors in charge of subjecting detainees to brutal measures including waterboarding, then also evaluating whether those methods were working or causing lasting harm.

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Thursday
Jan192017

Who is the designated survivor? 

Entitled Disaster could put Obama cabinet member in Oval Office, the report admits that there is no specific threat targeting the inauguration, but goes on to speculate about “who would be in charge if an attack hit the incoming president….just as the transfer of power is underway”.

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Thursday
Jan192017

STIGLITZ Warns of BLEAK future for Eurozone

The current situation for many countries in the EU has been labelled “bleak” as they remain in huge debts and cannot find a way out, according to Joseph Stiglitz.

The renowned economist and professor was speaking on Wednesday at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos.

Mr Stiglitz said in a meeting titled ‘Fixing Europe’s Disunion’ the Euro was not created against a backdrop of institutions which could support it.

He said: “In Europe they have got things working in many ways better - but Europe as a whole, particularly since the global financial crisis the eurozone in particular has been near stagnation.

“I think the Euro is part of the reason the Eurozone is not doing well.

“It is only part of the reason but it is part of the reason.

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Thursday
Jan192017

Russians May have Coined "Crooked Hillary" Nickname for Trump - Says Crazy Congresswoman Maxine Waters 

This will give you a laugh!

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Wednesday
Jan182017

U.S. must release Abu Ghraib photos, judge says

REUTERS

The U.S. Department of Defense must release a cache of photos showing how Army personnel treated detainees at the Abu Ghraib prison and other sites in Iraq and Afghanistan, a federal judge ruled on Wednesday.

U.S. District Judge Alvin Hellerstein in Manhattan said the release was proper because departing Defense Secretary Ash Carter failed to show why publishing the photos would endanger Americans deployed outside the United States.

Hellerstein's decision is a victory for the American Civil Liberties Union and other civil and veterans rights groups whose lawsuit seeking the photos under the federal Freedom of Information Act began in 2004.

Photos depicting abuse at Abu Ghraib began to emerge in 2004, with some detainees claiming to have endured physical and sexual abuse, electric shocks and mock executions.

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Wednesday
Jan182017

Reality Check: Is Pizzagate "Fake News" or Has It Just Not Been Officially Investigated? 

Reality Check: Is #Pizzagate "Fake News" or Has It Just Not Been Officially Investigated?

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