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Seymour, CT

Handsome Dispute Turns Ugly

There was a murder in Pope Park, Hartford. Or do some research on a gangster named Rick "The Ruler" out of Hartford. It will yield some surprises. It's not uncommon for Feds and States attorneys to let or overlook their snitches while they commit felonies commit. Very sickening stuff.  (Aug 9, 2011 | post #19)

Seymour, CT

Handsome Dispute Turns Ugly

Rumor has it that some of Blummies informants were allowed to commit crimes including murders while while working for him.  (Aug 9, 2011 | post #17)

Seymour, CT

Homeless Man Beaten to Death by 6+ Cops

Like the Jews did during WWII, Americans will also stand by and watch as the SS beat another American to death while he prays to God for help and screams for his Dad. It breaks my heart to see that we as a "Free Society" have become so selfish and spineless that we'll just stand by and allow a man to be murdered by 6 thugs wearing badges. In the end we will be judged for our actions as well as our inactions. Disobedience to tyranny is obedience to God. Here is the photo of the murdered Kelly Thomas as he lie in his hospital bed dying. http://www.fullert onsfuture.org/wp-c ontent/uploads/201 1/07/Kelly-Thomas- Police-Beating.jpg  (Aug 2, 2011 | post #1)

Seymour, CT

Federal Judge: CIA not in contempt for destroying interro...

A federal judge on Monday rejected arguments that the CIA should be held in contempt for destroying videotapes allegedly showing the torture of detainees during interrogations. The ruling by Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York came in a motion by the American Civil Liberties Union that the intelligence agency be held in contempt. Although he ruled against the ACLU motion, the judge applauded the efforts of the ACLU’s legal team for prompting the disclosure of thousands of documents related to detainee treatment. “What you and your colleagues have done in getting this story to the American public has been extraordinary,” Hellerstein said. In a rare move, Hellerstein sanctioned the CIA by ordering it to pay attorneys fees for the ACLU.  (Aug 2, 2011 | post #1)

Seymour, CT

DHS Video Characterizes White Americans as Most Likely Te...

As reported by www.drudgereport.c om and www.infowars.com The video is part of Homeland Security’s $10 million dollar “See Something, Say Something” program that encourages Americans to report “suspicious activity,” which in every case throughout history has been a trait of oppressive, dictatorial regimes. See video here: http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=K7q3b WEvl7o&feature =player_embedded  (Jul 21, 2011 | post #1)

Monroe, CT

Debt Ceiling - Monroe, CT

The tax system in general is unconstitutional beginning with the Federal Income Tax. It needs to be amended and we need to abolish the Federal Reserve.  (Jul 20, 2011 | post #2)

Seymour, CT

Debt Ceiling - Seymour, CT

LOL stop stalking me ya silly little perverted freak. You have been going at this for 2 years now. Ya just can't stop chasing my tail can ya? You are like my biggest fan! We love it! Look, I really don't mind the flanking posts because you still never back up your claims with proof like I do. But the stalking has got to stop. You are scaring my family. Now who would want to go and scare the parents of 5 beautiful children? You are beginning to surface as a sick minded individual with a vendetta. Shame shame.  (Jul 18, 2011 | post #7)

Seymour, CT

Debt Ceiling - Seymour, CT

I get ya. But the debt ceiling is the least of our problems. Although Moody has mentioned the U.S. Losing it's triple a stud over this debt debacle there are other issues that are causing us to lose that rating. We have the Bernake with the Federal Reserve whispering about implementing more money printing with QE3. Not only will that devalue the dollar, it will cause more inflation and less spending overall in the U.S. When you read the press reports or watch the news you get the bandaged up versions. If you begin to punch numbers and get involved in precious metals and real commodities you will see that not only is the government going bankrupt but that everyone and anyone with major debt, i.e. Credit cards,loans etc are going to starve. One thing you need to consider is that during the Great Depression you either lived near a large farm or you had a family member with a farm. What that meant was that you would not starve. Take a good look around and see if there are any farms left. See where you see yourself in the event of another crash. The government is overspending and were in an economic depression regardless of what you hear on the news. The last thing you want to do is raise their line of credit. What we have to do is shrink the government along with the spending and prepare for what truly lies around the corner....a complete economic meltdown. There are reasons that banks don't lend when you lose your job or income. These banks have risk assessment experts and they know that even with governments, lending is extremely dangerous and wasteful. As it stands right now the largest world governments have admitted to themselves that we are in an economic crisis on a scale that the world has never seen before. But if they admit this to the public it will create a panic and people will stop spending, not to mention all of the politicians who won't get re-elected. They know this because there is a certain % of people who have stopped spending. Those people have taken the necesary steps to get out of debt and invest in gold & silver. I have done the same and I have never felt more financially secure in my life. If you research the official "Coninuity of Government" documents you will read that there is a plan in place with measures to secure all food & grocery facilities using the Army & National Guard. You will be amazed at what crisis the government has prepared itself for amongst other things. Our goverment is consistently fighting unconstitutional military engagements (wars) to further an agenda that does not in anyway benefit Americans but benefits a machine of power hungry elitists. Since 2001 our government has grown unprportionately huge and more than the 227 years years of the U.S. combined. Unfortunately it's like a game of chess and we are the pawns without the ability to move. Voting change, revolution, tea parties etc are all things to keep us occupied yet they will do no good. In the end, If you can't feed your family you have failed or trade in order to do so, it is your end game.  (Jul 16, 2011 | post #4)

Seymour, CT

Debt Ceiling - Seymour, CT

There should't be an agreement to raise the debt ceiling. Who comes up with these loaded questions?  (Jul 15, 2011 | post #1)

Seymour, CT

Casey Anthony - Seymour, CT

Since your posts are so motivating and inspirational I'm going to make it more of my personal responsibility to ensure that all Police in Seymour as well as School Security are kept within the confines of the Constitution. More videos to come :)  (Jul 15, 2011 | post #15)

Seymour, CT

Casey Anthony - Seymour, CT

Since ya can't stop commenting on the video, here it is. Seymour Police Stop Law Abiding Citizens From Their Travels "to see if they are committing crimes". Sounds like communist tactics to me. Not sure what country you are posting from but here in the U.S. You have to have reasonable suspicion to stop and search someone. Driving a car is not reasonable suspicion or probable cause. The police are the oppressors at DUI checkpoints and they are violating the 4th Amendment in doing so. Anyone who would enact a law which violates the rights of an individual to provide safety to another individual is clearly unAmerican. VIDEO HERE: Seymour, CT Illegal Checkpoint http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=2vTKR aALOaI&feature =youtube_gdata_pla yer  (Jul 15, 2011 | post #14)

Seymour, CT

Casey Anthony - Seymour, CT

LOL I must have hit a nerve.  (Jul 15, 2011 | post #13)

Seymour, CT

Police Agencies Across the U.S. To Use Mobil Facial Recog...

Www.thenewamerican .com Law enforcement officers across the country are preparing to make widespread use of facial recognition equipment to identify people based on a picture of their face or a scan of their iris, or on a fingerprint reader. And concerns have already been raised among the liberty-minded over how the information would be gathered and used. The Mobile Offender Recognition and Information System (MORIS), produced by B12 Technologies of Plymouth, Massachusetts, runs on the iphone platform. B12 officials report that the company already has contracts with 40 government agencies to deliver 1,000 devices. The Wall Street Journal details how the device works: To scan a person’s iris, police officers can hold the special iris-scanning camera on [the] device, called MORIS, about 5 to 6 inches away from an individual’s irises. After snapping a high resolution photo, the MORIS system analyzes 235 unique features in each iris and uses an algorithm to match that person with their identity if they are in the database. For the facial recognition, an officer takes a photo of a person at a distance of about 2 feet to 5 feet. Based on technologies from Animetrics Inc., the system analyzes about 130 distinguishing points on the face, such as the distance between a person’s eye and nose. It then scans the database for likely matches. The device automatically scans known databases in search of criminal warrants and does not require the separate use of a digital camera. Whether consent is required for the use of the equipment is questionable, but The Blaze notes that in general, “the law does not prohibit taking photos of people in a public place.” It adds, however, But taking and storing photos for law enforcement purposes — particularly if the subject is in custody — could trigger a different standard of rules. The law becomes even more vague on issues such as whether an iris scan constitutes a search. Similar technology has already been used by the military to help distinguish allies from terrorists and insurgents; however, this will be the first widespread use of a mobile device for the purpose of law enforcement. Law enforcement officials are defending the use of the MORIS, pointing out that it could prevent the wrong inmates from being released from prison, identify accident victims, and keep track of the homeless. However, the potential uses for the device have drawn criticism from civil liberties and privacy groups — groups which raised similar concerns when the city of Chicago began using surveillance cameras which include facial recognition software and are able to track a person’s movement. Though the city asserted that the cameras were intended to track objects, not people, former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff admitted, "I don’t think there is another city in the U.S. that has as extensive and integrated a camera network as Chicago has." The ACLU of Illinois, after reporting on the city’s 10,000 cameras — which are operated by police, public transportation agencies, and private businesses — concluded that there was potential for privacy concerns: Chicago’s camera network invades the freedom to be anonymous in public places, a key aspect of the fundamental American right to be left alone. Each of us then will wonder whether the government is watching and recording us when we walk into a psychiatrist’s office, a reproductive health care center, a political meeting, a theater performance, or a bookstore. Still, like all advocates of invasive security devices, Chicago’s Mayor Richard Daley defended the surveillance system as a necessary security tactic, calling it a cost-effective way to fight crime that has helped authorities respond to crimes more efficiently. “We’re not spying on anybody,” he assured the Windy City residents. It was Founding Father Benjamin Franklin who observed: “He who trades liberty for a little temporary security deserves neither liberty nor security.”  (Jul 15, 2011 | post #1)

Seymour, CT

Casey Anthony - Seymour, CT

I'm asking on a serious note, do you actually read what you are writing? Is there any reason that you keep attacking me and my family? If you are so bothered by my posts then stop reading them because it seems as though my posts are affecting your psyche. I don't have any clue as to who you are and yet you keep following me on the blog for almost 2 years now. And every time your posts become more absurd. Go follow so done else. I'm married and not looking.  (Jul 13, 2011 | post #10)

Seymour, CT

Casey Anthony - Seymour, CT

A sad life you say? That statement couldn't be further from the truth. I have a wonderful wife who is a nurse and mother. I own a home and both cars are paid off. My oldest daughter is attending college, my 16 yr old daughter is a performer and musician. She is going to be a junior in an art school and she is attending SCSU for the summer. My 10 yr old daughter is a phenomenal artist and writer. My 2 boys are young (under 7) but so far they have studied some of our better presidents and take an interest in religion, Americana and U.S. History. I'm not trying to brag but to me, success is not measured in occupation or in gold. I believe success to be carried out through the legacy of being a good father and husband just as my father before me andbhis father before him. I like to think that I carry more weight in my heart than in my bank sack. To be truthful and honest to those around me is important to me even though there is a complete breakdown in society when it comes to holding on to the truth. To help those in need is something my family and I believe to be the building blocks of a strong community. Still even throughout the years I would rather be a sucker that to have made someone else a sucker. I'm not bragging or going onto some rant. But I am growing bored with the fact that every time I comment or post a useful story you come on to this forum to discourage me from beyond the bowels of a secret identity.  (Jul 12, 2011 | post #8)