shoutout to the CIA for flimflamming “our” allies as well as most of the world…
For more than half a century, governments all over the world trusted a single company to keep the communications of their spies, soldiers and diplomats secret. Continue reading
I been telling folks about this for a while now… go check this link from almost a year ago…
familytreedna gives fbi access to its dna database
A Pennsylvania court gave law enforcement officers access to the world’s largest DNA database in the world. We don’t really know when this happened or why the cops wanted the data. Ancestry.com, however, refused to comply with the warrant and the issue hasn’t really been settled so…I’m sure everything will work out. Continue reading
Riiiiiiiight, cuz we know LE always tells on itself and is completely transparent….
After interviewing nearly 400 people on four continents, the Central Intelligence Agency says its officers had nothing to do with the explosion of crack cocaine in the United States. Continue reading
When has dealings with ofays done Afrika any good?
Between 1999 and 2016, more than 15,000 children from Ethiopia were adopted by families in the United States, according to the U.S. State Department. However, the country’s parliament recently voted that it would no longer allow foreign adoption of its children. Continue reading
From “Down Under” but they speak on all the English speaking countries militarizing…. funny how YTs notice it now when it’s been an occupying army in the hood since slavery was ended….
Australian police are increasingly being “militarised”.
Front-line officers in Queensland and Victoria, and specialist units across the country, are being trained in military-style tactics and thinking. Continue reading
Folks just determined to fuck this man over even when the jury gives him some restitution… so much for justice…
A California judge reduced a dying cancer patient’s $289 million punitive award granted by a jury in a case against the manufacturer of a weed killer, down to $39 million, even after the jury urged her not to. Continue reading