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Man Illustrates the Need to Film Police, Catches the ‘Cop From Hell’ on a Hidden Camera | The Free Thought Project

Man Illustrates the Need to Film Police, Catches the ‘Cop From Hell’ on a Hidden Camera | The Free Thought Project



“You wanna go to f*****g jail for some reason I come up with?….You wanna try me boy!” “Try and talk back to me again, I bet I could say you resisted arrest, or something!”

If ever you needed a reason to own one of the many varieties of hidden cameras, here is a huge one.
Brett Darrow had a run in with the cops before in which there was a disagreement but he had no evidence to support his claims, so he bought a dashcam. This would be the last time that Darrow got screwed over by police.
Darrow left his phone at a friends house and asked them to meet him in a public commuter lot so he could get it back. At this point the officer from hell pulled up, Sgt. James Kuehnlein.
Darrow captured this power tripping tyrant in his true form. Kuehnlein was fired from the St. George Police Department after the video surfaced. In it, you hear Kuehnline berating the driver, Brett Darrow: “You want to try me? You want to try me tonight? You think you’ve had a bad night? I will ruin your ****ing night.”

Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/man-illustrates-film-police-catches-cop-hell-hidden-camera/#7P0ymeyJHjzohG31.99

U.S. press freedom suffers under Obama, survey finds - Washington Times

U.S. press freedom suffers under Obama, survey finds - Washington Times



The Obama administration’s handling of whistleblower Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency leaks and the investigation of a string of leaks produced a plunge in the country’s rating on press freedoms and government openness, according to a global survey released Tuesday.
The U.S. under President Obama, who once promised to run the “most transparent” administration in the country’s history, fell from 32nd to 46th in the 2014 World Press Freedom Index, a drop of 13 slots. The index, compiled by the press advocacy group Reporters Without Borders, analyzes 180 countries on criteria such as official abuse, media independence and infrastructure to determine how free journalists are to report.
Officials of the group said press freedoms were under attack around the world as governments grow increasingly sophisticated in collecting sensitive data and in tracking down those who leak it.
“Journalists are being caught up in what is, I think, fairly characterized as a rapidly growing surveillance apparatus, and this is happening all over the world,” said Geoffrey King, Internet advocacy coordinator for the Committee to Protect Journalists.


Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/feb/11/press-freedom-suffers-under-obama-global-survey-fi/#ixzz2tgm9sVkO
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Google Data Proves Ron Paul Was Most Popular And Ignored By Mass Media | Minds

Google Data Proves Ron Paul Was Most Popular And Ignored By Mass Media | Minds



This is hideously telling.  Not suprising, but to see the numbers on a graph has put it into perspective.  Television networks have gone out of their way to ignore political candidates that threaten the reign of the fiscal kings.

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Monday, February 17, 2014

THE GOVERNMENT WANTS TO SHUT US DOWN



The Government Wants To Shut Us Down - tell them to get lost
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