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Wisconsin Police to Begin Forcibly Taking DNA for ALL Misdemeanor Convictions

That's not all either. If you are simply accused of a violent crime, but later proven innocent, your DNA will still be taken.

Rothschild Doubles Down on Gold as Banking Collapse Begins, Germans Told...

When Jacob Rothschild moves out of markets and into gold, and Germany issues a warning to stockpile water/food -- you know big trouble is coming.

Cop Keeps Job After Breaking Into Police Station and Stealing Car

The Free Thought ProjectJohn VibesMay 26, 2014 A law enforcement officer who allegedly broke into his captain’s office and stole a police vehicle will keep...

Government Accidentally Instructed Hundreds Of Jurors To Dial Phone Sex Line

Now they are trying to get out of paying the bill.
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WikiLeaks Emails Expose Alcohol Industry’s Paid Campaign to Stifle Pot Legalization

As they watch their government-created monopoly on the legal drug market dwindle, the alcohol industry is proving that they will not go out easy.
Cops release drunken DA

Wasted DA Nearly Kills Multiple Motorists – No Arrest, Cops Change...

Despite being clearly inebriated and a danger to society, New Mexico Cops release drunken DA back into public -- putting the entire town at risk.
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Maryland Police Ban Tourists from Taking Roadside Pictures With Sunflowers

The beautiful sunflowers that attract tourists from around the state were just made untouchable because of a government ban.
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WATCH: Honest News Anchor Destroys CIA Russia Hack Claims in Under...

There are five serious problems with the CIA's claim Russians hacked the US election, and Ben Swann explains what.

Texas Judge Refuses to be a Part of Traffic Ticket Scheme,...

A courageous Texas judge explains how the entire system is funded through the extortion of individuals for victimless crimes.

Leaked Memos Show U.S. Threaten Continued Violence if Colombia Challenges Big...

Big Pharma turns to their biggest ally in the Senate, Orrin Hatch, as government-enabled pricing schemes are challenged in other countries.