Of course, he was murdered a few months after this video…
Every single issue VICE covers is black ops for CIA to gain access to intel.
Rest in Peace little boy.
A lot of servers are based in Israel, from Facebook to news sites, video sites like YouTube. etc.
All leads back to the zionist jews who have always been watching you. Even the presidential candidates have to suck dick to Israel at every election, they know who controls the USA.
First it was England in control of the USA, now it’s Israel. Don’t be fooled, it’s Israel who controls the USA.
They put jews in all position of power to keep control. Notice all the lawmakers against Snowden are jews with allegiance to Israel first and foremost, they are religious nuts.
Another jewish hollywood foreshadowing movie. Made in 2008. Pertains to the boston bombings done by Israeli goons pinning it on 2 teenage patsies.
Must suck to have that nose when it’s always sniffing assholes.
Call Bob Wieckowski and tell him Stop Selling Us Out to the Red Light Camera Companies
Ask for Ashley Medina, his Legislative Aid or just leave a message.
If the line is busy, keep calling till you get through
Bob took $2,000 from Redflex camera to sponsor the bill. The bill seeks to take away your rights in court.
Bob and his partner, Fremont school teacher Sue Lemke, and her sons, Evan and Luke, enjoy traveling, gardening, biking, sports, hiking and stealing money from non jews.
Notice the scumbag is using his yahoo email address for government business.
Bob Wieckowski for State Assembly
39510 Paseo Padre Parkway, Suite #220
Fremont, CA 94538
Phone: (510) 790-2732
Fax: (510) 744-4263
Wieckowski, Bob Democrat
P.O. Box 942849, Room 4016, Sacramento, CA 94249-0025; (916) 319-2025
39510 Paseo Padre Parkway, Suite 280, Fremont, CA 94538; (510) 440-9030
Cancer is caused by everything around us, from McDonalds to laundry detergent. Cancer research for over 25 years plus is a major money making scam.
Just like Food Banks.
Stop donating to cancer research and to food banks. No one is fucking hungry in America with the food stamps that are out there.
Largest Red Light Camera Program In World Faces Widened Corruption Probe
Redflex loses red light camera contract in Chicago, Illinois following investigation into corruption.
The Australian Securities Exchange allowed trading to resume on Redflex stock this morning. On Thursday, the photo enforcement firm had requested a trading halt to prevent a massive sell-off as news leaked of a widening corruption probe in Chicago, Illinois. The Chicago Tribune’s report that a city official apparently took bribes from the company in the form of luxury trips and sporting tickets was confirmed by an official investigation. On Friday, Redflex received notice from the city that it will “not be considered a responsible bidder” for the red light camera contract that comes up for renewal on July 31. That means the firm will lose 384 cameras, the single largest red light camera contract in the world.
The news hit Redflex hard. In 2012, the company reported a net profit before tax of $21.3 million. It announced Monday the figure through December will drop to $5.5 million or possibly less as legal costs mount. As the firm paid $6.2 million in tax last year, that means the firm could post a loss for the year. Redflex fortunes have depended heavily on the Windy City, which generated 13 percent of the firm’s revenue and represented 19 percent of its installed camera base. The contract value totaled $84 million and was set to generate even more cash on the way to 440 installed cameras in upcoming years. Because Chicago takes ownership of the cameras upon contract termination, Redflex will also lose a significant investment in equipment, which was $11.3 million as of 2010.
Upon the market’s opening Monday, shares plunged 24 percent from $1.55 to $1.28. Shareholders have been upset since last November, when they issued a first strike against the company’s lavish executive compensation package. On Wednesday, Max Findlay, the chairman of the board and Ian Davis, a director, were forced to resign in light of their reported role in the unfolding Chicago incident.
So far, Redflex admits it paid for luxury accommodations for John Bills, the Chicago official in charge of the red light camera contract, in violation of city ethics rules. This is nothing out of the ordinary for the industry. In 2010, the Australian firm also put the police chief of Oak Ridge, Tennessee up at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in return for his favorable testimony at a court trial two years ago. Affiliated Computer Services (ACS, now a part of Xerox) was caught giving hockey tickets and other services to police officers in Edmonton, Canada, although criminal charges were ultimately dropped. American Traffic Solutions (ATS) regularly entertains public officials involved in red light camera business, but the airfare, lodging and wages during the event is paid for by taxpayers, not ATS.
According to court records, the Edmonton police officer who recommended ACS for a no-bid photo ticketing contract had an affair with an ACS employee. The officer’s ex-wife testified the cop had been so cooperative with ACS because he expected to land a lucrative job with ACS upon retirement. The hiring of former municipal officials who have helped companies land lucrative deals has become so routine that municipal officials expect it to happen. This was the case with a traffic sergeant in Lynnwood, Washington who went as far as to use his official position to advertise on behalf of ATS. The former mayor of St. Peters, Missouri spent a year in jail after he solicited a bribe from Redflex on a deal that was not worth much money to the company.
GOP and the Democrats are 1 party, controlled by the jews so they can control the financial markets and war for Israel.
Ron Paul or Gary Johnson was your real chance to change the system.
Guy has become a joke now, with his Ron Paul hatred. All because this POS wants Israel to be taken care of above America.
Fuck off Mark Levin and your dead dog, 7UP or whatever stupid name you gave it.
Josh Mayeux, network defender, works at the Air Force Space Command Network Operations & Security Center at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado July 20, 2010.
A privacy watchdog has uncovered a government memo that encourages federal agents to befriend people on a variety of social networks, to take advantage of their readiness to share — and to spy on them. In response to a Freedom of Information request, the government released a handful of documents, including a May 2008 memo detailing how social-networking sites are exploited by the Office of Fraud Detection and National Security (FDNS).
As of Thursday morning, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and Digg had not commented on the report, which details the official government program to spy via social networking. Other websites the government is spying on include Twitter, MySpace, Craigslist and Wikipedia, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), which filed the FOIA request.
“Narcissistic tendencies in many people fuel a need to have a large group of ‘friends’ link to their pages, and many of these people accept cyber-friends that they don’t even know,” stated one of the documents obtained by the EFF. “This provides an excellent vantage point for FDNS to observe the daily life of beneficiaries and petitioners who are suspected of fraudulent activities,” it said.
According to the EFF, this memo — which specifically details how the government evaluates potential citizen requests — suggests there’s nothing to prevent an exaggerated, harmless or even out-of-date offhand comment in a status update from quickly becoming the subject of a full investigation.
With this revelation, the government joins a growing list of groups using social-networking sites for purposes other than social networking. As these sites have gained popularity, scammers and spammers have become rampant, and hackers are increasingly turning to networks such as Facebook to spread viruses and Trojan Horses.
The EFF also uncovered efforts by the Department of Homeland Security to monitor social media during the inauguration of President Obama. According to the documents, the DHS collected a massive amount of data on individuals and organizations explicitly tied to the event.
The DHS notably attempted to ensure that its use of social networks was appropriate while gathering data online. The newly released documents cite the Fair Information Practices Principles, a 2008 policy memo by the Department of Homeland Security’s chief privacy officer that set guidelines for ensuring online privacy during the collection of information.
Another government agency, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, denies using social networks to spy on people.
“USCIS does not permit agency personnel to attempt to ‘friend’ immigration petitioners and their beneficiaries on social networks in an effort to reveal fraud.”
Still, the EFF worries that the DHS may be taking things too far. “While it is laudable to see DHS discussing the Fair Information Practice Principles as part of the design for such a project, the breadth of sites targeted is concerning,” the watchdog group wrote on its website.
Among the networks specifically cited for analysis “were general social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and Flickr, as well as sites that focus specifically on certain demographic groups such as MiGente and BlackPlanet, news sites such as NPR, and political commentary sites DailyKos,” the EFF wrote.
For more information, read the full report at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
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