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08-11-2013, 07:47 PM

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It's funny... cause it's true. Truly the bottom of the barrel are in charge... and Madigan, the speaker of the house, is 71, and I can't wait for him to DIE. I'm gonna piss on his grave when he dies, (not joking in the least) and put it on Utube as a tribute to him for his years of corruption...... man, I hope he goes soon

i am going to piss on Janet Reno's grave, that's a fact.


as far as this thread goes, I think with the overabundance of media its just shedding light on bad shit thats been going on for years.

It's taken me a long time to make a judgment on weather the internet is good or bad, 12-14 years ago i thought it was great, would be great for global commerce as well as my own. Now i'm having my doubts about it, shit is bad and now we really get to see it and that might not be such a good thing. And privacy is gone.

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08-12-2013, 05:48 AM

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Jimmy, everyone of those humanoids is smarter than you.

Just roll over and take it, man! That's the new amerikan way, ya know?

Btw, you're guilty and unamerican for pointing out the truth. shame shame


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i am going to piss on Janet Reno's grave, that's a fact.


as far as this thread goes, I think with the overabundance of media its just shedding light on bad shit thats been going on for years.

It's taken me a long time to make a judgment on weather the internet is good or bad, 12-14 years ago i thought it was great, would be great for global commerce as well as my own. Now i'm having my doubts about it, shit is bad and now we really get to see it and that might not be such a good thing. And privacy is gone.

Sad stuff man, sad stuff.....
Speaking of starting threads, THAT concept (privacy/internet) has needed a thread of its own for a long time now.

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Is this nuts?.....Psychopaths in action....
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Is this nuts?.....Psychopaths in action.... - 08-25-2013, 07:48 AM

Raped and Impregnated at 14, Girl Must Now Share Parental Rights with Her Attacker

Rapist's paternity rights locks victim into 16-year relationship with him.


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BOSTON (CN) - A rape victim sued Massachusetts to stop it from subjecting her to "a court-ordered 16-year unwanted relationship with her attacker" by giving him paternity rights over the child born from the rape.

H.T., of Norwood, Mass., sued the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in Federal Court:

"The plaintiff, a rape victim in a state criminal matter, became pregnant in 2009 at age 14 as a result of the crime and gave birth to her attacker's child," the lawsuit states.

"The defendant in the state criminal proceeding, age 20 at the time of the impregnation, was convicted of rape in 2011 and was sentenced to 16 years probation. Conditions of probation include an order that he initiate proceedings in family court and comply with that court's orders until the child reaches adulthood. The plaintiff here seeks to enjoin enforcement of so much of the state court's order as violates her federal rights by binding her to an unwanted 16-year legal relationship with her rapist."


H.T., who recently graduated from high school, says the order forces her to participate in unwanted court proceedings for 16 years with the man who raped her, and to spend money on legal fees.

"The plaintiff will suffer irreparable harm without relief from this court because she cannot choose not to participate in said family court proceedings without risking serious consequences, including the loss of custody of her child," the complaint states.

"Even if the family court ruled in the plaintiff's favor on issues currently in dispute, such as whether the criminal defendant should be granted visitation rights to the plaintiff's child, the plaintiff will suffer harm from the constant threat of new issues arising in family court until her child reaches adulthood, including, for example, efforts by the criminal defendant to seek to modify child support orders and enforce his parental rights at the trial court level and on appeal."

H.T. was 14 when 20-year-old Jamie Melendez raped her in the fall of 2009, making her pregnant, according to the complaint.

H.T. says she lived with her mother, who had to quit her job to care for the baby.

"The plaintiff and her mother repeatedly informed state officials that they wanted no contact with Melendez for any purpose and that they did not want the child born of the crime to have a relationship with Melendez," the complaint states.

"Melendez pleaded guilty to rape in September, 2011 (Norfolk Criminal Docket No . CR200900499) and was sentenced to probation for 16 years. As a condition of probation, Melendez was ordered to initiate proceedings in family court, declare paternity as to the child born of his crime, (paternity had already been determined in the criminal case, via DNA testing), and comply with the family court's orders throughout the probationary period. The plaintiff and her mother were adamantly opposed to participation in family court proceedings and repeatedly expressed this sentiment to state officials." (Parentheses in complaint).


In June 2012, H.T. found out that Melendez was seeking visitation rights with the child.

After a family court judge ordered Melendez to pay $110 a week in child support, he Melendez asked for visitation rights, and offered to withdraw his request in exchange for not having to pay child support, according to the lawsuit.

"Melendez had no prior contact with the child and had expressed no interest in the child, but no Massachusetts law forbids the enforcement of visitation rights by a biological father who causes a child's birth through the crime of rape,"
the complaint states.

The sentencing judge in the state criminal court denied H.T.'s request to order Melendez to pay criminal restitution instead of child support, and release her from any legal proceedings involving him.

H.T. asked the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court to review the decision, but the single justice of the court found that she lacked standing to challenge the order. The justice agreed with the state court that H.T. could appeal any adverse rulings in family court.

H.T. appealed the ruling, but the full court affirmed the single justice's decision in June, according to the complaint.

H.T. says she never asserted an interest in the prosecution of Melendez. On the contrary, she seeks to be released from having any authority over his probationary conditions, according to the complaint.

"Through this action, the plaintiff requests that she be liberated from a state court order that not only imposes unlawfully on her liberty for 16 years, but also obligates her with the unwanted and inappropriate responsibility for ensuring Melendez's compliance with the conditions of his probation; an obligation that should rest exclusively with state officials," the complaint states.

H.T. claims the order subjects her to an unwanted legal relationship with her attacker, and violates due process and other constitutional rights.

"An estimated 35,000 babies are born from rape every year," the complaint states. "No state court has ever issued an order such as the one at issue here. Granting the plaintiff's requested relief will inhibit state court judges in Massachusetts and elsewhere from similarly depriving rape victims of their liberty, personal autonomy and due process."

H.T. seeks an injunction and annulment of the order.

She is represented by Wendy Murphy, co-director of New England Law School's Women's and Children's Advocacy Project.

A spokeswoman for Attorney General Martha Coakley declined to comment on the lawsuit, saying the state had not yet reviewed the filing.
  
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08-25-2013, 08:11 AM

You only own what they tell you you own....


...which means you own nothing, including yourself.


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Feel safe? - 09-29-2013, 07:45 AM

No. 2 U.S. Nuke Commander Under Investigation, Counterfeit Gambling Chips?
September 28th, 2013

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The No. 2 officer at the military command in charge of all U.S. nuclear war-fighting forces is suspected in a case involving counterfeit gambling chips at a western Iowa casino and has been suspended from his duties, officials said.

Navy Vice Adm. Tim Giardina has not been arrested or charged, Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation special agent David Dales said Saturday. The state investigation is ongoing.

Giardina, deputy commander at U.S. Strategic Command, was suspended on Sept. 3 and is under investigation by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, a Strategic Command spokeswoman said.

The highly unusual action against a high-ranking officer at Strategic Command was made more than three weeks ago but not publicly announced at that time. The command is located at Offutt Air Force Base near Omaha, Neb.

Air Force Gen. Robert Kehler, who heads Strategic Command, suspended Giardina, according to the command’s top spokeswoman, Navy Capt. Pamela Kunze. Giardina is still assigned to the command but is prohibited from performing duties related to nuclear weapons and other issues requiring a security clearance, she said.

Kehler has recommended to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel that Giardina be reassigned, Kunze said. Giardina has been the deputy commander of Strategic Command since December 2011. He is a career submarine officer and prior to starting his assignment there was the deputy commander and chief of staff at U.S. Pacific Fleet.

DCI agents stationed at the Horseshoe Casino in Council Bluffs, Iowa, discovered the counterfeit chips, Dales said. He would not say when the discovery was made or how much in counterfeit chips was found, only that “it was a significant monetary amount.”

Council Bluffs is located across the Missouri River from Omaha.

“We were able to detect this one pretty quickly and jump on it,” Dales said. He declined to give specifics on how authorities determined that casino chips had been counterfeited or how Giardina might have been involved.

Strategic Command oversees the military’s nuclear fighter units, including the Navy’s nuclear-armed submarines and the Air Force’s nuclear bombers and nuclear land-based missiles.
  
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Exceptional, he is! Cheating in America has been institutionalized by the uS govt. what else would one expect of those who kill to keep it that way?


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Psychotics and Know-It-All Control Freaks..... - 10-11-2013, 09:04 AM

School bans most balls during recess
Posted on October 11, 2013 by DCG


You’ve got to be kidding, right?

CNN: Is it an extreme case of helicopter parenting or a smart move to keep kids safe?

That’s what parents are asking after hearing about a Long Island middle school’s decision to ban most balls during recess and also require supervision of tag, even cartwheels, due to safety concerns.

No longer allowed at the Weber Middle School in Port Washington, New York: footballs, baseballs, soccer balls, lacrosse balls and any other hardballs that could injure a child. Also off limits: rough games of tag and cartwheels unless an adult supervisor is on hand.

“We want to make sure our children have fun but are also protected,” Dr. Kathleen Maloney, superintendent of Port Washington Schools, said in a local television interview, noting how playground injuries can “unintentionally” become very serious.

The school district, in a press release, said that due to construction going on at the school, there is “limited space” for the children to play during their 20-minute recess period. “With children in close proximity to each other, it is not safe for them to be engaged in unstructured play with hardballs,” said the district.

It’s not clear when the construction project will come to an end at the school and if kids will be able to resume normal ball-playing after it wraps up. A call to the superintendent’s office for confirmation has not yet been returned.

Soft nerf balls will be provided during recess, and kids can play with hardballs during gym and intramural athletics.

Not suprisingly, when we asked what people thought about this school’s policy on CNN’s Facebook page, we got a ton of comments, the majority outraged by the school’s decision.

“There are rational precautions (helmets for bikers) and then there is ridiculous. This is over the top,” said Erika Hathaway Stockton on Facebook.

“This isn’t smart. It’s actually counter-productive,” said Donna Daniels in an e-mail to CNN. “It saddens me to think that children no longer experience the joy of kickball, tag, dodgeball and simple outdoor games I remember so fondly when I reflect on my childhood. Our kids don’t experience physical activity unless it involves downloading an app.”

“Without opportunities to learn how to navigate space with their bodies, and to negotiate rules, risks, and experimentation of cooperative play, how are children going to ever be able to handle themselves in any society as adults?” said Alex Martin, an associate director at a Manhattan nursery school.

On the other side, there were some people who thought the school’s actions were warranted. “Freedom is great until the parents sue the school district,” said Tyllor Parker on Facebook.

“I don’t think kids should have their fun pasttimes discontinued, but head trauma can be serious,” said Marilyn Decker on Facebook. “Helmets can lessen that. Even pro sports issues protection. Nothing wrong with that. They are now much more enlightened about wearing helmets while skateboarding and riding a bike, as well.”
  
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LOL!
That's almost as funny as it is depressing.


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Must be for "freedom", or "the children"...No, it's for money and power and it's sick - 10-19-2013, 12:58 PM

A Psychopathic view of the value of human life
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[Image: Afghan girl Taran Akbari screams in the aftermath of an explosion]

'How much you want to shut up?'

It seems pretty twisted to me that there are those out there who think people can be 'compensated' for the loss of loved ones. Look at the countries the U.S. government crime syndicate has attacked.

Even IF this poser government were to offer compensation and a 'letter of apology' to all the families of the people they've murdered via drones, for example, would that be sufficient? Is that what we call justice? Does that 'compensate' for the brutal, senseless, needless coldblooded, systematic taking of a life, of so many lives? Does it wash away the knowledge that children have been murdered? Does that render 'absolution'? Does the wrongdoing somehow get purged from both the record and the memory of the survivors?

What constitutes 'compensation'? Money? Money that, in many cases, is barely worth the paper it's printed on? Seems to me if this is the best they can do, (and they're not even doing that in any real way for most of these countries being attacked in the fake 'war on terror'), then their 'best' will never be enough, not even remotely enough.

Not that they ever intend to 'compensate' other nations for trying to wipe out their people, or for stealing their lands and resources, or for assassinating their leaders - no, that I don't buy for a second. How do you invade a country, mercilessly, unrelentingly attack them, and then come back later and expect good will?
  
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Our exalted and psychotic leaders.... - 11-10-2013, 07:02 AM

Two Admirals Face Probe in Navy Bribery Scheme
November 9th, 2013

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Two U.S. admirals — including the director of naval intelligence — are under investigation as part of a major bribery scandal involving a foreign defense contractor, Navy officials announced Friday night.

Vice Adm. Ted “Twig” Branch, the service’s top intelligence officer, and Rear Adm. Bruce F. Loveless, the Navy’s director of intelligence operations, were placed on leave Friday, and their access to classified material was suspended, the Navy said in a statement.

Both admirals are being investigated for their ties to a Singapore-based defense contractor, Glenn Defense Marine Asia, whose chief executive was arrested in September on charges that he bribed other Navy officers into giving him classified or privileged information in exchange for prostitutes and cash.

Two Navy commanders and a senior Naval Criminal Investigative Service agent have already been arrested, and a captain was relieved of his ship’s command last month in connection with the case.

But the announcement that two admirals in charge of protecting the Navy’s secrets have been swept up in the investigation makes the crisis the worst to tar the Navy since the 1991 Tailhook scandal, when a convention of naval aviators sexually assaulted scores of women.
  
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11-10-2013, 07:25 AM

Its tough to have a cohesive society when there is no moral compass.

But hey.
Forcing morality on people is a form of oppression.
So lets just pass more laws and ban behavior. That always works.


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