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Day: July 18, 2013

Obama wins back the right to indefinitely detain under NDAAInteresting News

Obama wins back the right to indefinitely detain under NDAA

The Obama administration has won the latest battle in their fight to indefinitely detain US citizens and foreigners suspected of
ACLU reveals docs of mass license plate reader surveillancePolice State

ACLU reveals docs of mass license plate reader surveillance

The American Civil Liberties Union has released documents confirming that police license plate readers capture vast amounts of data on
Cover Up Evidence: Michael Hastings’ Ashes Sent Home for BurialInteresting News

Cover Up Evidence: Michael Hastings’ Ashes Sent Home for Burial

By Kimberly Dvorak Details uncovered by this reporter shed new light into the June 18 death of journalist Michael Hastings.
CDC Admits 98 Million Americans Received Polio Vaccine Contaminated With Cancer VirusFood & Health News

CDC Admits 98 Million Americans Received Polio Vaccine Contaminated With Cancer Virus

The CDC has quickly removed a page from their website, which is now cached here, admitting that more than 98
HAARP Has Not Shutdown, Only Bought By The Highest Bidder GroupInteresting News

HAARP Has Not Shutdown, Only Bought By The Highest Bidder Group

The Alaskan HAARP Facility Website has been down for quite sometime, having many ask the question on what is going
Air Force drone crashes and explodes in Florida, shutting down highwayInteresting News

Air Force drone crashes and explodes in Florida, shutting down highway

A United States military drone presumed to be a QF-4 crashed, exploded and sent up a large black cloud of
FBI withholds autopsy of Tsarnaev associate ‘shot in head’ during questioningInteresting News

FBI withholds autopsy of Tsarnaev associate ‘shot in head’ during questioning

The FBI has ordered a Florida medical examiner’s office not to release the autopsy report of a Chechen man who
Google experimenting with anti-NSA encryptionBig Brother

Google experimenting with anti-NSA encryption

Google is considering encrypting users’ data generated on its Google Drive as a protection from the US government’s invasive meta