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Hidden History Fears The Future: A Man Named King

By Eric D. Graham, Staff Columnist

NORTH CAROLINA — As the corporate media continues to dumb us down, educationally and politically, as a student of Baba Dick Gregory and Steve Cokley, I have learned how to maneuver through their twisted labyrinth of lies. 705 more words

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FBI Unable to Unlock Half of Devices Due to Encryption

Reuters news agency reports FBI Director Christopher Wray said on Tuesday that the inability of law enforcement authorities to access data from electronic devices due to powerful encryption is an “urgent public safety issue.” 64 more words

News And Politics

Senators Ask Justice Department to Open Criminal Probe Into Trump Dossier Author

Republicans Grassley and Graham say Christopher Steele may have made false statements to federal investigators

By Byron Tau
The Wall Street Journal

Jan. 5, 2018 2:36 p.m. 797 more words

FBI agent describes grisly warehouse in start of body broker's trial

The warehouse of a Michigan man who sold donated body parts to researchers was littered with dead flies, dog bowls and human remains “frozen together in flesh-on-flesh chunks,” a federal agent testified Friday. 470 more words


Why the FBI's Reputation May be Damaged Beyond Repair

…at least insofar as the public trust is concerned.

From recent reporting on Congressional investigations into the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email debacle (all emphases added unless otherwise noted): 478 more words


SAUDI ARABIA: Ex-Embraer Executive Guilty In Bribery Case

A former executive at Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer pleaded guilty on Thursday for his role in bribing a Saudi official in the sale of three jets, the US Justice Department announced. 272 more words

Subjective Validation

via Skepdic.com

Subjective validation is the process of validating words, initials, statements, or signs as accurate because one is able to find them personally meaningful and significant. 565 more words