The Free Thought Project
Wed, 26 Apr 2017 21:57 UTC
Heckard claims Murray abused him when he was a teen. According to the Seattle Times, the mayor "sexually abused the crack-cocaine addicted teen on numerous occasions for payments of $10 to $20" starting in 1986 when the boy was just 15 years old. "Two other men, Jeff Simpson and Lloyd Anderson, also have said Murray sexually abused them as teenagers while living in Portland in the early 1980s. They have not filed lawsuits."
Now, Heckard's lawyers are claiming the police are shielding the mayor from yet another scandal. The lawyers were provided screen shots from a computer-assisted dispatch (CAD) of at least 8 police officers to the mayor's home on the night of June 24th, the same night as the Gay Pride parade being held in the town.
The snapshots were provided by an anonymous whistleblower who said that Murray called Seattle's Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole to deal with a problem, sources say, involving a shirtless man demanding to get his clothes back. O'Toole reportedly responded to the scene and dealt with the matter quietly, without any police report being filed.
Comment: The above mentioned Times article lists the names of the five friends at Murray's house that night who provided the collective contradictory statement. Lyle Canceko, Roger Hyhus and Joe Loeffler, along with Adrian Matanza and Maggie Thomson, two of his staff members.
According to an August 25, 2015 article by NBC News, a Lyle Canceko was hired to Hillary Clinton's campaign as Northeast Political Director. HIs name appears several times in the Podesta/Clinton Wikileaks emails.
CEO Roger Nyhus is a career 'strategic' manipulator with long ties in business and politics in Washingon State, Washington D.C. and globally.
Joe Loeffler, prior to taking his position as an accountant with Nyhus, represented a 'collection of Washington States interests' in DC. In 2013, The Hill listed him as one of their '50 Most Beautiful', revealing comparisons to the child-friendly fictional characters, Superman and Harry Potter. In 2008, he also managed field operations for the Obama campaign.
- Progressive liberal values: Tony Podesta's creepy taste in art, the creepy people he hangs out with, and Pizzagate
- Pizzagate: Podesta pedo perps and Clinton's international child sex trafficking ring exposed
Free Thought Project
Wed, 26 Apr 2017 00:00 UTC
Comment: See: Nixon official: The 'war on drugs' was designed to criminalize blacks & antiwar activists
This is no coincidence.
For years, those of us who've been paying attention have seen who profits from this inhumane war — the police state and cartels.
This horrendously corrupt and violent drug war has gotten so bad, that it is getting pushed into the mainstream. In an extremely rare move, A&E Networks, a subsidiary of ABC and the Walt Disney Company, will be addressing the government's role in the drug war in a four-part documentary series on the History Channel, titled, "America's War on Drugs."
Comment: Kudos to A&E for bringing this US government-created scourge to the light of day. Let's see if the shows actually get aired. And if they are, let them be seen far and wide - and let the anger and outrage of all normal people be felt by the pathologicals who are responsible.
Wed, 26 Apr 2017 20:28 UTC
Theprit Palee died on Monday in the village of Ban Pa Sak while carrying out a folk dance involving a metal sword, reports Sanook.
Le Courrier du Soir
Wed, 26 Apr 2017 19:32 UTC
In the aftermath of the first round of the French presidential election, irregularities were seen in broad daylight. On Monday, many media reported an unusual incident. In effect, thousands of voters were removed from the lists without their knowledge. The events took place in Strasbourg.
The information was confirmed by Strasbourg town hall which referred to 15,000 people being removed from the voters' lists in a city of 270,000 people. According to Le Monde, many voters were surprised to discover that they were no longer registered to vote in their polling stations.
Comment: Missing ballot boxes, duplicate votes, blocked voters; something sure does seem fishy.
Wed, 26 Apr 2017 12:52 UTC
HMRC said in a statement that it had sent out more than 150 officers across the UK and France as part of the raids. "HMRC has arrested several men working within the professional football industry for a suspected income tax and National Insurance fraud.
"180 HMRC officers have been deployed across the UK and France today. Investigators have searched a number of premises in the north east and south east of England and arrested the men and also seized business records, financial records, computers and mobile phones.
Comment: Tax evasion...a different kind of 'Field Goal.'
Wed, 26 Apr 2017 03:41 UTC
For the first time, the population of unauthorized immigrants living in the US has fallen below the level in 2009, the end of the Great Recession, the report found. Pew included immigrants who entered the country illegally or overstayed their visas as unauthorized immigrants.
Foundation for Economic Education
Mon, 24 Apr 2017 18:50 UTC
It's not unusual for folks in the Centennial State to witness snow in April if the snowflakes are outside. But on this occasion, they appeared inside a university classroom, which, it turns out, is not unusual either.
Having been invited by the local chapter of the student organization, Turning Point USA, I arrived on the campus of the University of Colorado-Denver to deliver a lecture on "Lessons from Ancient Rome." The subject was 2,500-year-old history with a sprinkling of observations about what we today might learn from it all. Not exactly a hot-button topic such as abortion, immigration, Trump, or the most recent season of The Walking Dead.
What I saw from a minority of radicalized students in the audience, however, was an appalling microcosm of the smug, arrogant, self-righteous, politically-correct, campus insanity that you see on TV with increasing frequency these days.
French election reality: Macron booed and jeered in his hometown, where crowd chants 'Président Marine!'
Wed, 26 Apr 2017 18:42 UTC
Macron was greeted Wednesday with jeers, boos and chants in favour of his far-right rival Marine Le Pen as he made a chaotic visit to the factory in northern France, after what Bloomberg said was "an ambush" by his nationalist rival Marine Le Pen forced him into a confrontation with some of her hardcore supporters.
Comment: So that's how popular Macron is in his hometown. Can you imagine how popular he really is elsewhere in France?
Alarming voter irregularities reported across France as fears mount election being rigged
Wed, 26 Apr 2017 18:36 UTC
Some 78.2 percent of "voluntary" evacuees households have no intention of returning to their previous places of residence and plan to "continue living" in the area they had evacuated to, results of a Fukushima Prefectural Government survey released on April 24 show.
Only 18.3 percent of households said they intended to move back to the Fukushima prefecture.
Comment: Those that are refusing to go back are smart:
- Six years after nuclear meltdown Fukushima residents to return
- Fukushima radiation levels soar to a record level as the media labels it a 'conspiracy theory'
- Extremely high radiation breaks down Fukushima clean-up robot at damaged nuclear reactor
- Lethal radiation levels and hole in reactor discovered at damaged Fukushima reactor
- Highest Fukushima Radioactivity since 2011 and its 'Unimaginable' Consequences
- Fukushima reactor water more radioactive than ever, 'could kill person in 40 minutes'
- Radioactive wild boars running rampant in Fukushima after people evacuated
SWAT mistakes prayer group for gun thieves, raid wrong home, detain 14yo girl in bathroom, and send old lady to hospital
The Free Thought Project
Tue, 25 Apr 2017 18:05 UTC
The Carroll County Sheriff's Office in Gaithersburg admits they got it all wrong when they burst into Israel Orellana's home in Montgomery County. Orellana has the same name as the man police were searching for in a gun theft case. But still, incredibly, Carroll County got a warrant to search the wrong address. Worse yet, the group of people gathered in the home were church goers who were spending the night socializing and praying.
Orellana told reporters, "I thought it was my mom's friends because sometimes they pray and they start dancing." But that night, it wasn't dancing which was disturbing his peace, it was officers of the peace doing so.