Tyler Durden ZeroHedge A new ballot measure being considered by voters in Washington State, officially referred to a Initiative Measure 1491, would allow authorities to seize guns from people considered “significantly more likely to commit violence toward themselves or others in the near future.” The legislation would allow authorities with a court order to seize an individual’s guns for a period of up to 1 … Continue reading WA Goes After Pre-Crime: Gun Confiscation Proposed For Those “Likely To Commit Violence In The Near Future”
The Post and Courier Police forces across the United States are stockpiling massive databases with personal information from millions of Americans who crossed paths with officers but were not charged with a crime. A person can end up in one of these databases by doing nothing more than sitting on a public park bench or chatting with an officer on the street. Once there, these … Continue reading Watched
The academics discussed the crime fighting implications of “machine learning”, which allows computers to learn for themselves and then solve problems just like a human.
This technique will have a major effect on transport, healthcare and education, potentially bringing massive benefits as well as putting millions of jobs at risk. Continue reading MINORITY CRIME REPORTS Cops using artificial intelligence to stop crimes BEFORE they happen, researchers warn
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Throughout history, governments have staged attacks on their own people in order to place the blame on their enemies. These kinds of attacks are known as “false flags”, and they are often used to justify military action. As I will explain below, it appears that we may have just seen a “false flag” attack in Turkey. The Turks needed justification for bombarding the Kurds in northern Syria, and right on cue there was a “terror attack” in Ankara. During the weeks to come, will we see more “false flag” attacks that will be used to justify a full-blown ground invasion of Syria?
If you are not familiar with this concept, the following is how Wikipediadefines a “false flag”… Continue reading “False Flags To Be Used To Justify A Massive Ground Invasion Of Syria?”
Billionaire businessman and 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump said if people other than the terrorists had been armed in Paris last week during the deadly attacks, there might have been a different outcome. “When you hear the description — the cold-blooded nature of the killing, just one by one and by the way, France and Paris is one of the strictest in the world … Continue reading Donald Trump: More guns could have mitigated Paris attacks
Greek officials had said on Saturday that one of the two passports was held by someone who had registered as a refugee on the Greek island of Leros on 3 October.
Officials denied, though, that a second attacker had taken a similar route, telling the Guardian there was “no indication whatsoever” that the assailant had entered Europe through Greece. The comments came amid widening investigations into the attacks that killed 132 people in the French capital on Friday. Continue reading “Syrian passports found at Paris attacks scene were fakes made in Turkey”
While the mainstream media and President Obama pretended radicalized Muslims were warm, fuzzy refugees that we should welcome with open arms, the alternative media has been steadily warning about the precise scenario we just saw unfold in Paris. Across the independent media — on sites likeThe Commonsense Show and All News Pipeline — warnings have been repeatedly aired about the “refugees” actually beingmilitary operatives who … Continue reading After Paris, ISIS attacks coming to America next… will you be trapped in a ‘gun-free zone’ with no self defense?
[huge_it_slider id=”6″] Vital clues were missed that could have averted the Paris atrocities, it was feared last night as it was revealed that: A heavily armed suspect was stopped on his way to the French capital more than a week ago but German police who uncovered an arsenal of weapons in his car did not tell anti-terror chiefs. At least one of the terrorists was … Continue reading Questions for French security services after it emerges three major intelligence failures may have let the killers get through
Speaking in response to the Nov. 13 attacks, which are the deadliest acts of violence the city has seen since the World War II, the Pope said he is “moved and pained” by what happened, and expressed his closeness to those affected by the tragedy. Continue reading “Pope calls Paris terrorist attacks part of ‘piecemeal WWIII’”
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — At the request of his probation officer, Tyrone C. Brown came to a community auditorium here in June and sat alongside about 30 other mostly young black men with criminal records — men who were being watched closely by the police, just as he was.
He expected to hear an admonition from law enforcement officials to help end violence in the community. But Mr. Brown, 29, got more than he had bargained for. A police captain presented a slide show featuring mug shots of people they were cracking down on. Up popped a picture of Mr. Brown linking him to a criminal group that had been implicated in a homicide.
“I was disturbed,” said Mr. Brown, who acknowledges having been involved in crime but denied that he had ever been involved in a killing. Continue reading “Police Program Aims to Pinpoint Those Most Likely to Commit Crimes”