A Philadelphia family has had a wedge driven between the parents and their son after he was caught selling $40.00 worth of heroin outside of their home. The courts wanted to seize their house under civil forfeiture laws but they have been allowed to keep their property with the condition that the son can no longer live there.#EndTheDrugWar #WarOnDrugs #WarOnHumanity
Read more about how the #DrugWar and the state rips apart families here~ http://
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Are you paranoid that strangers are using drones, security cameras, hidden microphones, or even Google Glass to spy on you? If so, you might be interested in a little device called Cyborg Unplug. Just stick it into a power outlet and watch as it sounds an alarm whenever such a surveillance device enters the vicinity of your home. Even better, you can lock those devices from connecting to your Wi-Fi network. If you’re really looking to make a statement, you can even show those “Glassholes” who’s boss by preventing all surveillance devices near your Cyborg Unplug from connecting to any Wi-Fi network.
The device is really just a tiny router the size of an old Apple Airport Express that’s had its firmware customized to sniff out and block devices based on their MAC addresses. It’s created by Julian Oliver, an artist living in Berlin who originally came up with a bit of code called Glasshole.sh that was designed to kick Google Glass devices from your Wi-Fi network. Apparently the idea was such a hit that Oliver decided to make a complete consumer product based on the same premise.
Oliver notes on the product’s website that its so-called “All Out Mode” — which prevents surveillance devices from connecting to any Wi-Fi network in the area — is likely illegal, and he advises against its use. Nevertheless, we can imagine activists slipping these litte devices into public areas and wrecking a bit of havoc. Of course, even if the Cyborg Unplug does shut down a stranger’s device from connecting to Wi-Fi, it doesn’t do anything to stop it from saving video or audio data locally. The Cyborg Unplug will be available soon for $50 to $100.
City Council Candidate Harassed, Raided, Beaten For Fighting Back Against Police Corruption
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This t-shirt has a hidden message when you fold up and connect the dots. You’ll be waiting for someone to ask you what your shirt means.
Mark Ciavarella Jr, a 61-year old former judge in Pennsylvania, has been sentenced to nearly 30 years in prison for literally selling young juveniles for cash. He was convicted of accepting money in exchange for incarcerating thousands of adults and children into a prison facility owned by a developer who was paying him under the table. The kickbacks amounted to more than $1 million.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has overturned some 4,000 convictions issued by him between 2003 and 2008, claiming he violated the constitutional rights of the juveniles – including the right to legal counsel and the right to intelligently enter a plea. Some of the juveniles he sentenced were as young as 10-years old.
Ciavarella was convicted of 12 counts, including racketeering, money laundering, mail fraud and tax evasion. He was also ordered to repay $1.2 million in restitution.
His “kids for cash” program has revealed that corruption is indeed within the prison system, mostly driven by the growth in private prisons seeking profits by any means necessary.
Why might this not be a HUGE national story and his name not household? I’ll give you one guess what color those kids were.
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