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Day: September 28, 2013

New Gun Lets Police Shoot And Capture Your DNAPolice State

New Gun Lets Police Shoot And Capture Your DNA

by Daniel G. J. A frightening new weapons technology will let police and others tag people and identify them through
Kenya False Flag: Some Got Warning To Avoid Westgate Before Bloody SiegeConspiracy or Not

Kenya False Flag: Some Got Warning To Avoid Westgate Before Bloody Siege

Paul Joseph Watson Kenya’s National Intelligence Agency (NIS) warned some people not to visit the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi
CDC: Too many young and middle-aged people skipping flu vaccineFood & Health News

CDC: Too many young and middle-aged people skipping flu vaccine

More children than ever got vaccinated against the flu last year, and health officials urged families Thursday to do even
NSA agents illegally spied on love interests ‘only’ 12 timesBig Brother

NSA agents illegally spied on love interests ‘only’ 12 times

Employees at the National Security Agency intentionally misused their power and spied on boyfriends or girlfriends at least 12 times
Lavabit was targeted by govt day after Snowden went public as NSA leakerMore News

Lavabit was targeted by govt day after Snowden went public as NSA leaker

An appeals court filing Friday suggests the US Department of Justice was quick to serve a court order on encrypted
Industrial hemp is now legal in CaliforniaMore News

Industrial hemp is now legal in California

By Reed Nelson After being stuck in legislative limbo for 14 years, industrial hemp is now a sanctioned agricultural crop
Eye In The Sky: Navy Research Blimp Hovering Over MarylandBig Brother

Eye In The Sky: Navy Research Blimp Hovering Over Maryland

You may have noticed an unusual sight over the Baltimore area in the last few days—a Navy balloon hovering in
Multi-million dollar domestic drone program lacks sufficient privacy safeguardsWar News

Multi-million dollar domestic drone program lacks sufficient privacy safeguards

The Federal Bureau of Investigation and other Department of Justice agencies have spent almost $5 million during the last few