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Sheriff Scott Israel dumped over Parkland shooting failures; new sheriff is Gregory Tony

Sheriff Scott Israel dumped over Parkland shooting failures; new sheriff is Gregory Tony | 11 Jan 2019 | Gov. Ron DeSantis removed Broward Sheriff Scott Israel from office Friday, replacing him after 10 months of turmoil spawned by the slaughter of 17 staff and students in Parkland. The new governor replaced Israel with former Coral Springs Police Sgt. Gregory Tony, 40, who has a background in active-shooter training and becomes the first black sheriff in Broward County's history. In his executive order, the governor cited Israel for incompetence and neglect of duty. The suspension caps a nearly year-long series of revelations that exposed the failure of Broward sheriff's deputies to run in to save children at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as a former student marched through the halls with an assault rifle.

Riot police blast tear gas at Yellow Vest activists who return fire with catapults as violence rages into ninth week after thousands flood French capital in tax fury

Riot police blast tear gas at Yellow Vest activists who return fire with catapults as violence rages into ninth week after thousands flood French capital in tax fury --Tear gas and baton charges were used by French police on thousands of Yellow Vest protesters --Demonstrations were seen in other French cities and towns, as 80000 police and gendarmes were mobilised --The Vests have been joined by extremists from the far Right and the ultra-Left | 12 Jan 2019 | Tear gas and baton charges were used by French police on thousands of Yellow Vest protesters threatening the Arc de Triomphe in Paris today during more mass anti-government demonstrations. The shocking scenes came on the 9th Saturday in a row of violence that now routinely reduces the capital city to a war zone. In Paris, epicentre of the fiery street clashes and vandalism that have made global headlines, 5,000 riot police were on hand, using tall barricades and armoured vehicles to lock down the central Place de la Concorde and surrounding districts.

Campus police want students to report acts of 'bias'

Campus police want students to report acts of 'bias' | 12 Jan 2019 | Social media posts from the University of Illinois campus police are encouraging students to report "acts of intolerance" to the school's Bias Assessment and Response Team. At least one officer for the University of Illinois is a member of the school's bias response team. Those reported for bias may be required to participate in mediation, "educational conversations," or "resolution agreements" and may receive referrals to other offices at the school. In some cases, incidents which are deemed as possible violations of the Student Code can be forwarded to the Student Discipline System.

Over $4 Billion Paid for Vaccine Injuries and Deaths

Over $4 Billion Paid for Vaccine Injuries and Deaths | 09 Jan 2019 | A Dec. 1, 2018 update by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) on the federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) reported that the total amount of awards to children and adults who have been injured or died after receiving federally recommended childhood vaccines has surpassed $4 billion. The VICP was created by Congress under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 as a federal compensation system alternative to vaccine injury lawsuits filed in civil court. According to an article published in Fair Warning, almost no media attention has been given to payouts made to vaccine victims by the government, which are adjudicated in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims (also known as "Vaccine Court").

Michael Cohen to testify before House Oversight Committee

Michael Cohen to testify before House Oversight Committee | 10 Jan 2019 | Michael Cohen, President Trump's onetime personal attorney, is set to testify [testilie] before the House Oversight and Reform Committee on Feb. 7, almost exactly one month before he must report to prison to begin serving time for campaign finance violations, tax evasion and lying to Congress about Trump's past business dealings in Russia. In a statement, Cohen said he accepted the invitation to appear from Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., the committee's chairman, "[i]n furtherance of my commitment to cooperate and provide the American people with answers." Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, the ranking member of the oversight committee, dismissed Cohen's scheduled appearance as "political theater."

Southwest Airlines treats TSA workers going without paychecks to lunch

Southwest Airlines treats TSA workers going without paychecks to lunch | 09 Jan 2019 | As security screeners at airports around the country face their first missed paycheck, one airline at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, Conn., sent a sign of solidarity on Wednesday to their Transportation Security Administration workers struggling during the government shutdown. Southwest Airlines treated TSA workers to a lunch and dinner of chili dogs -- a TSA employee favorite at Bradley -- as well as other items made by Southwest employees and donated by local stores and restaurants...The 51,739 TSA workers who screen baggage and passengers are considered essential employees and have been forced to work without pay.

Lawsuit: State negligent in oversight of multimillion dollar broker of medical rides for poorest, sickest patient

Lawsuit: State negligent in oversight of multimillion dollar broker of medical rides for poorest, sickest patients | 10 Jan 2019 | (CT) Legal aid lawyers went to federal court Thursday to discuss a restraining order against the state and its multimillion dollar broker of medical rides, saying an unending stream of canceled rides and stranded patients have made a vulnerable Medicaid population even sicker and is endangering lives in some cases. That assertion forms the basis of a class-action lawsuit by Connecticut Legal Services, a statewide organization based in Middletown. The case features the experiences of six Medicaid patients with a range of serious illnesses who have missed appointments because of canceled or late rides...The lawsuit names the Department of Social Services and its commissioner, Roderick Bremby, and was filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court.

Officials' worst nightmare': Yellow Vests hope to trigger bank run with financial protest

Officials' worst nightmare': Yellow Vests hope to trigger bank run with financial protest | 10 Jan 2019 | Yellow Vest protesters are hoping to trigger a bank run with a nationwide coordinated cash withdrawal. By threatening the French financial system, protesters say, they want to peacefully force the government to pass their reforms. "If the banks weaken, the state weakens immediately," said Yellow Vest "sympathizer" Tahz San on Facebook. "It's elected officials' worst nightmare." Protesters plan to empty their bank accounts on Saturday, withdrawing as much money as possible in a bid to undermine the French banks -- if not the euro itself. [France doesn't fluoridate its water. See? Good things happen when the people aren't kept in a constant state of passivity.]

60,000 tons of Fukushima's radioactive mud will be handled by Niigata gov't

60,000 tons of Fukushima's radioactive mud will be handled by Niigata gov't --Fukushima's mass of radioactive mud is growing by 5,000 tons per year | 09 Jan 2019 | The Niigata prefectural government said Tuesday it will dispose of radioactive mud that has been stored since the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster and ask the operator of the crisis-hit plant to shoulder the costs. The prefecture in central Japan, located about 200 kilometers from the Fukushima Daiichi power plant, has stored around 60,000 tons of mud containing radioactive cesium and requested Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc since 2012 to dispose of it. But the operator has refused, saying it is not able to handle industrial waste.

Radiation doses underestimated by one-third in study of city in Fukushima

Radiation doses underestimated by one-third in study of city in Fukushima | 09 Jan 2019 | A nuclear physicist who has drawn attention for tweeting about fallout from the Fukushima nuclear disaster has admitted that he and a colleague underestimated radiation doses in an article for an international scientific journal. Ryugo Hayano, professor emeritus at the University of Tokyo, said the error, which he recognized on Jan. 8, was "unintentional." [?] The article, carried in the Journal of Radiological Protection's online edition in July 2017, listed average radiation doses that were one-third of the actual levels for people in Date, a city around 60 kilometers northwest of the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, he said.

Former Federal Prosecutor: Manafort's Torture Shows the Character of Mueller's Goon Squad

Former Federal Prosecutor: Manafort's Torture Shows the Character of Mueller's Goon Squad By Sidney Powell, Former Federal Prosecutor | 09 Jan 2019 | ...It's standard operating procedure for prosecutors the likes of Robert Mueller and Andrew Weissmann, and federal judges allow or facilitate it. Paul Manafort is being tortured and killed -- slowly and painfully -- in solitary confinement because of Robert Mueller and Judge Amy Berman Jackson. He has been in solitary for almost eight months because he attempted to contact someone to serve as a witness for his defense...There should be a national public outcry over the conditions of his confinement. The ACLU is opposed to solitary confinement as are many other organizations, yet for Paul Manafort, there is silence.

GOP and Democrats Fully Fund a Border Wall - in Jordan

Insane in the membrane: GOP and Democrats Fully Fund a Border Wall - in Jordan | 22 March 2018 | The 2018 omnibus provides just enough funds to build 33 miles of fencing on the Texas border -- but it also provides $500 million to help Jordan build a wall and defense line against jihad terrorists trying to cross its 287-mile border with Iraq and Syria. The omnibus budget says on page 394: SEC. 9011. Up to $500,000,000 of funds appropriated by this Act for the Defense Security Cooperation Agency in "Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide" may be used to provide assistance to the Government of Jordan to support the armed forces of Jordan and to enhance security along its borders...The U.S.-funded, $500 million, 274-mile Jordan-Iraq border wall was described by Vice.com, in a 2016 article titled "The Great Wall of Jordan: How the US Wants to Keep the Islamic State Out."

Rosenstein to leave DOJ in coming weeks, sources say

Rosenstein to leave DOJ in coming weeks, sources say | 09 Jan 2019 | Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is expected to leave his role in the coming weeks, sources familiar with the matter told Fox News. Rosenstein wants to ensure a smooth transition for incoming Attorney General nominee Bill Barr and plans to transition out of the job in the coming weeks, the sources said. Rosenstein long thought of his role as a two-year position and the two-year mark is coming soon, officials close to the departing attorney general told Fox News.

CDC Expert Vaccine Court Witness Confirmed Vaccines Can Cause Autism, So DOJ Fired Him

CDC Expert Vaccine Court Witness Confirmed Vaccines Can Cause Autism, So DOJ Fired Him | 08 Jan 2019 | Sharyl Attkisson, a journalist formerly with CBS TV News, has been persistent in her media exposures regarding vaccine-caused health problems, especially the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ever since she did an in-depth report for CBS, which the media bosses refused to broadcast. That led to Sharyl’s independent journalism programs. Recently, Sharyl revealed that CDC's expert vaccine witness who previously debunked vaccine autism claims during Vaccinees Injury Masters hearings -- Dr. Andrew Zimmerman, a pediatric neurologist -- told CDC "long ago" that vaccines could cause Autism, but they refused to accept Zimmerman's information. Instead, Department of Justice (DOJ) lawyers immediately fired him.

Trump, in first-ever prime time Oval Office address, laments 'crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul' at border

Trump, in first-ever prime time Oval Office address, laments 'crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul' at border | 09 Jan 2019 | President Trump used his first-ever prime time address from the Oval Office on Tuesday night to make his case for funding a southern border wall -- as well as to emphasize the human cost of what he called the "growing humanitarian and security crisis" of surging illegal immigration. The speech, which was followed moments later by a rebuttal from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, drew seemingly deep lines in the sand as Republicans and Democrats plan to meet Wednesday to continue negotiations to end the ongoing partial federal government shutdown over border wall funding, now in its third week. Trump has said the shutdown could last for "years" if no deal is reached.

Hazmat teams respond to 'suspicious packages' at multiple consulates across Australia

Hazmat teams respond to 'suspicious packages' at multiple consulates across Australia | 09 Jan 2019 | Emergency services in Australia are responding to reports of suspicious packages that have been discovered at several embassies and consulates in Melbourne and Canberra. While authorities have yet to name the specific targets, the United States and British diplomatic offices are among a list of the diplomatic missions in Melbourne that were evacuated after reports of the suspicious packages surfaced. Swiss, German, Korean, Greek, Italian, Indian, Pakistani and Egyptian consulates were also reportedly targeted.

Suspicious packages sent to multiple consulates and embassies in Melbourne and the ACT

Suspicious packages sent to multiple consulates and embassies in Melbourne and the ACT --Scores of diplomatic missions in Melbourne are in lockdown today after a series of packages of unknown origin were sent to them. | 09 Jan 2019 | Suspicious packages have sparked a major emergency response and evacuation of some foreign consulates across Melbourne, with embassies in Canberra also hit. Diplomatic offices in Melbourne for countries including Germany, Italy, India, Spain and Korea were among those attended by police, fire crews and ambulance officers on Wednesday afternoon. Two fire trucks, a hazardous materials vehicle and police cars attended the Consulate-General of India on St Kilda Road where staff were evacuated, telling reporters they had been told not to comment to reporters.

Government shutdown: Trump appeals to US TV audience over wall

Government shutdown: Trump appeals to US TV audience over wall | 08 Jan 2019 | US President Donald Trump is set to argue that an immigration "crisis" requires his long-promised wall along the Mexican border. Mr Trump will make his case in his first speech from the Oval Office at 21:00EST (0200 GMT Wednesday), ahead of a trip to the border on Thursday. A partial government shutdown has been in effect for 17 days after lawmakers failed to break a budget impasse. The president is insisting that $5bn (£4bn) be included for the border wall.

Second Man Found Dead In West Hollywood Home of Major Democratic Donor Ed Buck

Second Man Found Dead In West Hollywood Home of Major Democratic Donor Ed Buck --The second death at Ed Buck's home, of another black man, is "suspicious," law enforcement said. | 07 Jan 2019 | A black man in his 50s was found dead early Monday at the West Hollywood apartment of Ed Buck, a prominent Democratic donor associated with a different death in his home last year. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has not yet disclosed the deceased person's name. An attorney for Buck told the Los Angeles Times that he believes the individual "was an old friend who died of an accidental overdose" of drugs he had used before coming to Buck's home.

Ginsburg misses Supreme Court arguments for the 1st time

Ginsburg misses Supreme Court arguments for the 1st time | 07 Jan 2019 | Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is missing arguments for the first time in more than 25 years as she recuperates from cancer surgery last month, the Supreme Court said. Ginsburg was not on the bench as the court met Monday to hear arguments. It was not clear when she would return to the court, which will hear more cases Tuesday and Wednesday, and again next week.

German AfD MP brutally beaten in 'politically-motivated attempted assassination'

German AfD MP brutally beaten in 'politically-motivated attempted assassination' [Warning - graphic images] | 07 Jan 2019 | The Bremen chairman of the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, Frank Magnitz, is battling for his life after sustaining a gaping wound to his head following an attack by three unknown assailants. Magnitz was rushed to the hospital on Monday night after suffering a serious head injury following a "politically-motivated attempted assassination," Bremen AfD said in a statement, posting a graphic image of the injured chairman. Armed with wooden sticks, the three men beat the politician repeatedly on the head and kicked him while he was already on the ground until a construction worker saw the assault and tried to intervene. According to the statement, the attack took place immediately after Magnitz left the New Year's reception near Bremen's Goetheplatz.

'President against his people': Salvini openly backs Yellow Vest protesters, lashing out at Macron

'President against his people': Salvini openly backs Yellow Vest protesters, lashing out at Macron | 07 Jan 2019 | In an extraordinary public EU feud, Italy's Matteo Salvini and his coalition partner have thrown their support behind France’s Yellow Vest movement, while Salvini also accused President Emmanuel Macron of being against his people. "I support honest citizens who protest against a governing president [who is] against his people," said the Italian deputy prime minister. However, the leader of the Northern League added that he "firmly" condemns the recent violence that has marred the protests.

'Boycott Israel, we'll boycott you': How US Senators and state lawmakers put foreign power first

'Boycott Israel, we'll boycott you': How US Senators and state lawmakers put foreign power first | 07 Jan 2019 | With the US Senate opening 2019 with a bill aimed at protecting Israel from boycott, similar state-level laws are facing opposition. One newspaper in Arkansas is suing the state, calling the boycott ban unconstitutional... S.1 is a collection of foreign policy measures aimed at strengthening military cooperation between the US and Jordan, reiterating opposition to Syrian leader Bashar Assad, appropriating foreign aid money for Israel, and -- most controversially -- giving state and local government the authority to refuse to do business with firms that boycott Israel. The bill is sponsored by Florida Republican Senator [Deep State dirt-bag] Marco Rubio, a longtime opponent of the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions) movement and ally of AIPAC, the powerful pro-Israel lobby.

US Supreme Court refuses to block Massachusetts AG's bid to investigate ExxonMobil

US Supreme Court refuses to block Massachusetts AG's bid to investigate ExxonMobil | 07 Jan 2019 | The US Supreme Court has refused to hear ExxonMobil's bid to prevent Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey from investigating whether the oil giant covered up its knowledge about the role its products have played in warming the planet. The high court on Monday said it had denied certiorari in the case of Exxon Mobil Corp. v. Healey. A Massachusetts Superior Court judge had ruled in 2017 that ExxonMobil must turn over 40 years of documents on global warming. The company appealed. But the state Supreme Judicial Court upheld the lower court's order in 2018. ExxonMobil then tried to get the US Supreme Court to step in.

Five-year jail terms sought for ex-Tepco executives over Fukushima nuclear disaster

Five-year jail terms sought for ex-Tepco executives over Fukushima nuclear disaster | 26 Dec 2018 | Five-year prison terms were sought Wednesday for three former executives of Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. for their alleged failure to prevent the March 2011 [ongoing] Fukushima nuclear disaster... Tsunehisa Katsumata, 78, chairman of the company at the time of the disaster at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant, and Ichiro Takekuro, 72, and Sakae Muto, 68, both former vice presidents, have pleaded not guilty, arguing the tsunami was unforeseeable and the disaster would have occurred even if they had implemented preventive measures. The three were charged with professional negligence resulting in death and injury by the court-appointed lawyers in 2016 after an independent panel of citizens mandated they be indicted. The independent panel's decision came after Tokyo prosecutors twice decided against charging the three.

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib on Trump: 'Impeach the Motherf-cker'

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib on Trump: 'Impeach the Motherf-cker' | 03 Jan 2019 | Hours after Rep. Rashida Tlaib made headlines for being sworn in as one of the two first Muslim female members of Congress on Thursday (alongside Minnesota's Ilhan Omar), she told a cheering crowd about her mission against Donald Trump: "Impeach the motherfucker." Speaking at a reception for the MoveOn campaign on Thursday night, the Michigan Democrat recalled a conversation she had with her son. She quoted her boy saying: "'Look, Mama, you won. Bullies don't win,'" Tlaib told the crowd. "And I said, 'Baby, they don't.’ Because we're gonna go in there and impeach the motherfucker."

Trump inclined to declare national emergency if talks continue to stall

Trump inclined to declare national emergency if talks continue to stall | 06 Jan 2019 | President Donald Trump is inclined to declare a national emergency to secure military funding for his long-promised southern border wall if talks between administration officials and top lawmakers from both parties continue to stall, a White House official told CNN on Saturday. While not the administration's preferred plan, the use of emergency powers to fund the wall "provides a way out" amid a series of contentious meetings and disagreements among Department of Homeland Security officials and Democratic lawmakers over basic facts related to border security, the official said. "We can only stay like this for so long," said the official, who attended both meetings with congressional officials at the White House led by Trump this week, explaining that factual disputes have hung up discussions.

Trump: 'I may declare a national emergency' to build wall

Trump: 'I may declare a national emergency' to build wall | 06 Jan 2019 | President Donald Trump said Sunday that he might declare a national emergency imminently to secure money for his border wall. "I may declare a national emergency, dependent on what's going to happen over the next few days," Trump told reporters as he left the White House for Camp David. A White House official told CNN on Saturday that Trump was leaning towards declaring a national emergency to use military funding for his wall. Trump has demanded Congress appropriate money for the wall, and his dispute with Democrats over the issue pushed the government into an ongoing partial shutdown.

USS Fort McHenry to Advance US 'National Interests' in Black Sea - 6th Fleet

USS Fort McHenry to Advance US 'National Interests' in Black Sea - 6th Fleet | 06 Jan 2019 | An American landing ship, the USS Fort McHenry, has entered the Black Sea, in what Commander Lisa Franchetti of the 6th Fleet said was a routine operation to uphold security. "USS Fort McHenry's transit into the Black Sea reaffirms our collective resolve to Black Sea security and enhances our strong relationships with our NATO allies and partners in the region," she said. The Whidbey Island-class ship follows a fleet of guided-missile destroyers including the USS Ross, USS Carney, and USS Porter who conducted operations in the Black Sea last year.

Congo's Ebola outbreak exceeds 600 cases, WHO says

Congo's Ebola outbreak exceeds 600 cases, WHO says | 04 Jan 2019 | There are more than 600 confirmed or probable cases of Ebola in Congo, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday. The majority of new cases occurred in cities and urban areas in eastern North Kivu province, where an Ebola outbreak was declared in August...A hospital was attacked by protesters in the city of Beni which resulted in fewer [deadly] Ebola vaccines being handed out, the WHO said.

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