VIDEO Dayton shooter Connor Betts’ final hours leading up to massacre

By Amanda Woods August 7, 2019       Hours before he slaughtered nine people, including his sister, in Dayton’s nightlife district, Connor Betts hung out in a bar with her and a pal — showing no sign of the horror he was about to unleash. Surveillance video obtained by CNN shows 24-year-old Betts entering Blind Bob’s Bar … More VIDEO Dayton shooter Connor Betts’ final hours leading up to massacre

Congress Fails to Rein in Warrantless Surveillance. Again

By: Mike Maharrey| Jun 20, 2019 WASHINGTON (June 20, 2019) – Congress once again refused to limit warrantless spying by the NSA and other federal agencies. Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) and Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) proposed an amendment to an appropriations bill that would have effectively prohibited the warrantless collection of data from Americans under Sec. 702 of … More Congress Fails to Rein in Warrantless Surveillance. Again

Surveillance State Chronicles: FBI Has Access to 640 Million Headshots

By Jose Nino – June 7, 2019 According to a Reason report, the FBI admits that it has a database of 36 million entries of mugshots. This database, the Intestate Photo System, functions as a form of facial recognition technology that the FBI uses to go through photos during investigations. Further, Gretta Goodwin, a director at … More Surveillance State Chronicles: FBI Has Access to 640 Million Headshots

Feds Dropping Child Porn Cases Instead of Revealing Info on Their Surveillance Systems

Human Rights Watch and other groups say these systems draw serious concerns. April 24, 2019  by ELIZABETH NOLAN BROWN  (Cube IKON Images/Newscom) The Department of Justice has been dismissing child pornography cases in order to not reveal information about the software programs used as the basis for the charges. An array of cases suggest serious … More Feds Dropping Child Porn Cases Instead of Revealing Info on Their Surveillance Systems

VIDEO Evidence Shows Obama Deep State May Have Unmasked Trump Business Associates As Early As The Spring Of 2015!

APRIL 22, 2019 (Gateway Pundit) – New evidence shows that Obama’s Deep State was spying on Trump business associates as far back as the spring of 2015. This was the same time candidate Trump decided to run for the Presidency. These individuals may have been unmasked at the same time! The Wall Street Journal reported … More VIDEO Evidence Shows Obama Deep State May Have Unmasked Trump Business Associates As Early As The Spring Of 2015!

VIDEO I fear for Lady Justice – Police Use of Surveillance Stingrays Requires a Warrant

    September 19, 2018 By Lisa M. Schaffer, Esq.  It is unconstitutional for police to use Stingrays without a warrant. And yet, it happens more often than is ever discovered. Last week, the Florida Court of Appeals ruled that any evidence obtained through the use of a Stingray device without a warrant is inadmissible, even if police used … More VIDEO I fear for Lady Justice – Police Use of Surveillance Stingrays Requires a Warrant

Surveillance of Manafort Supports Trump’s Wiretapping Claims

Sept 21, 2017 by  C. Mitchell Shaw   When Donald Trump tweeted his accusation in March that former President Obama’s administration had wiretapped his communications and those of his close associates, the liberal establishment attacked Trump, claiming he was making wild accusations without any basis in truth. It is now clear that Trump was on the … More Surveillance of Manafort Supports Trump’s Wiretapping Claims

Surveillance State Continues Growing Out Of Control Thanks To Stingray

  Nov 16, 2016 By Chris “Kikila” Perrin Police surveillance is, one might argue, necessary. In an effort to detect and arrest criminals, the police require a certain array of tactics that can help them gather evidence that leads to prosecution of guilty parties. Problems arise, however, when that surveillance and investigation transcend the direct, … More Surveillance State Continues Growing Out Of Control Thanks To Stingray

AT&T Profiting From Data Mining for Government

Oct 27, 2016  by  Michael Tennant   In 2013, Americans learned that AT&T had been providing data about countless telephone calls to federal drug agents without proper search warrants as part of a secret program called Project Hemisphere. Now it emerges that the telecommunications giant is not just eagerly cooperating with the government but also … More AT&T Profiting From Data Mining for Government

DOJ Gets Warrant to Force People to Use Fingerprints to Unlock Their Phones

Oct 19, 2016  by  C. Mitchell Shaw   As more and more people use encryption to protect their data, surveillance hawks at all levels — local, state, and federal — continue to seek ways around the privacy protections offered by that encryption. A recently published court filing from California shows that the hawks are stooping … More DOJ Gets Warrant to Force People to Use Fingerprints to Unlock Their Phones