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Police shoot unarmed man over a loud muffler

KINGSTON — A vehicle chase that ended with a 28-year-old Kingston man shot by police is under investigation, according to the state police at Kingston.

Police said that when they attempted to pull over a 1995 Honda driven by Raymond Snyder Friday morning for an inadequate exhaust system, the driver sped away and eventually fled on foot. He was shot by an Ulster County sheriff's deputy. The deputy was assisting state and Kingston city police.

Snyder was listed in critical but stable condition at a hospital in Albany County, according to police.

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Vehicle Pollution Significantly Damages the Brain

And yet you aren't allowed to smoke a cigarette in public anymore...
ScienceDaily (Apr. 13, 2011) — If mice commuted, their brains might find it progressively harder to navigate the maze of Los Angeles freeways. A new study reveals that after short-term exposure to vehicle pollution, mice showed significant brain damage -- including signs associated with memory loss and Alzheimer's disease.

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IRS to increase "pre-crime" enforcement

Did you ever see Minority Report? It's one of Steven Spielberg's often forgotten about movies based on the short story by Philip K. Dick. In the movie, pre-couch Tom Cruise plays a police officer in the year 2054 who works for the highly specialized 'pre-crime' division.

Using a bizarre array of technology and metaphysics, the pre-crime division sees into the future and stops criminals in their tracks, arresting them before they commit a crime... sometimes before they even think about committing a crime.

This very elaborate and morally ambiguous law enforcement system is predicated on the government determining what your actions and intentions will be, often before you do. It's not all science fiction.

A number of politicians and bureaucrats in Washington D.C. are seeking to step up the Internal Revenue Service's powers, and technology, to essentially audit taxpayers before returns are even filed.

In remarks to the National Press Club last week, an IRS spokesman unveiled the agency's vision for the "look forward" model in which most of the pertinent reporting information for the average taxpayer (W2, 1099, mortgage interest etc.) would be submitted to the IRS well in advance of the individual deadline.

After a massive upgrade in technology, the IRS would be able to pre-calculate what it expects to receive in taxes and instantly reject any return that doesn't comply with its determination.

This may work fine and well for some wage earners... but start throwing in a few investment accounts, small business income, private partnerships, etc. and things can quickly diverge from the IRS estimates.

Imagine you start a new business on the side of your usual employment this year and take an initial loss due to ancillary startup costs. This wouldn't factor into the machine's pre-calculations of your tax liability, so you would be immediately rejected and flagged for additional scrutiny.

Makes you want to run out and start a business, or invest your capital in someone else's, right? Not exactly...

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UN and France open new front in Ivory Coast, as predicted!

On March 23, I outlined the hypothesis that a conquest of Africa had begun. That post can be seen here...


Here is an excerpt from that post...

Then we have the French mission. Operation Harmattan. Wiki says, "The Harmattan is a dry and dusty West African trade wind. It blows south from the Sahara into the Gulf of Guinea between the end of November and the middle of March." Now of course, this operation was begun at the end of the season's wind, but Libya of course is in the Sahara, while the Ivory Cost rests on the nothern edge of the Gulf of Guinea.

Breaking news today shows that S6U prediction was completely accurate, and has happened all too quickly.

UN, French fire on Gbagbo residence in Ivory Coast

ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast – United Nations and French helicopters fired rockets on strongman Laurent Gbagbo's residence on Sunday in an assault the U.N. said was to retaliate for attacks by his forces on U.N. headquarters and civilians.

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he had authorized the strikes, accusing Gbagbo of using heavy weapons against Ivory Coast civilians and the U.N. forces trying to protect them...

...Gbagbo has been living in a bunker in his residence in Abidjan for nearly a week. After a decade in power, he refuses to step aside even though the United Nations has ruled that he lost the November presidential election to Alassane Ouattara.

Source: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110411/ap_on_re_af/af_ivory_coast

So what we see here, is the UN making all sorts of unsubstantiated charges in order to oust the standing leader of the embattled west African nation, extending the French military mission in Africa which began with strikes in Libya.

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