Police force children to take drugs at gunpoint

(NaturalNews) In a new video posted today (link below), I argue that using police officers to enforce a Big Pharma medication agenda is not merely a violation of civil rights, but a crime against human rights. It is a grave misuse of state power and a waste of law enforcement resources that are already stretched thin across the country.

The video concerns the case of Maryanne Godboldo, the Detroit mom who was raided at gunpoint after refusing to allow Child Protective Services to kidnap her daughter. What was Maryanne's supposed "failure" at parenting? She refused to give her daughter a psychiatric medication prescribed by her doctor -- a medication that even the state now admits the daughter didn't need.

After she refused, CPS called the police who brought guns onto the scene. Maryanne, in an effort to protect her daughter, warned the police to go away. When they broke in through her front door, she allegedly fired a warning shot to let them know she would protect her daughter against armed intruders. This resulted in the SWAT team being called in, and a 12-hour standoff ensued.

Maryanne is now facing multiple felony charges, including "obstruction of a law enforcement officer."

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The bizarre case of the death of Ronald Opus

This story has been circulating the web for years with back and forth debate as to whether or not it is a true story. I don't think it really matters, because the principles of the case are true. So, even if it didn't happen, it could have, and we all know that there are plenty of bizarre death stories that are indeed true. I post it here today for it's entrainment value because it's a cool story, and to show the twists and turns a homicide investigation can actually take.

At the 1994 annual awards dinner given
for Forensic Science, AAFS president
Dr. Don Harper Mills astounded his audience
with the legal complications of a bizarre death.

Now here is the story:

On March 23, 1994
the medical examiner viewed the body of Ronald Opus
and concluded that he died from a shotgun wound to the head.
Mr. Opus had jumped from the top of a ten-story building
intending to commit suicide.
He left a note to that effect indicating his despondency.

As he fell past the ninth floor
his life was interrupted by a shotgun blast
passing through a window which killed him instantly.
Neither the shooter nor the decedent was aware
that a safety net had been installed just below
at the eighth floor level to protect some building workers
and that Ronald Opus would not have been
able to complete his suicide the way he had planned.

Ordinarily, Dr. Mills continued,
a person who sets out to commit suicide
and ultimately succeeds,
even though the mechanism might not be what he intended,
is still defined as committing suicide.
That Mr. Opus was shot on the way to certain death,
but probably would not have been successful
because of the safety net,
caused the medical examiner to feel that he had
a homicide on his hands.

An elderly man and his wife occupied the room on the ninth floor,
whence the shotgun blast emanated from.
They were arguing vigorously
and he was threatening her with a shotgun.
The man was so upset that when he pulled the trigger
he completely missed his wife
and the pellets went through the window,
striking Mr. Opus.
When one intends to kill subject' A' but kills
subject 'B' in the attempt,
one is guilty of the murder of subject 'B'.

When confronted with the murder charge
the old man and his wife were both adamant.
They both said they thought the shotgun was unloaded.
The old man said it was his long-standing habit
to threaten his wife with the unloaded shotgun.
He had no intention to murder her.
Therefore, the killing of Mr.Opus appeared to be an accident;
that is, the gun had been accidentally loaded.

The continuing investigation turned up a witness
who saw the old couple's son loading the shotgun
about six weeks prior to the fatal accident.
It transpired that the old lady had cut off her son's
financial support and the son,
knowing the propensity of his father to use the shotgun threateningly,
loaded the gun with the expectation
that his father would shoot his mother.

Since the loader of the gun was aware of this,
he was guilty of the murder even though he didn't actually pull the

So the case now becomes one of murder
on the part of the son for the death of Ronald Opus.

Now comes the exquisite twist.
Further investigation revealed that the son was,
in fact, Ronald Opus.
He had become increasingly despondent over the
failure of his attempt to engineer his mother's murder.
This led him to jump off the ten-story building on March 23rd,
only to be killed by a shotgun blast passing through the ninth story

The son had actually murdered himself,
so the medical examiner closed the case as a suicide.

TSA officer is alleged child pornographer

A passenger screener at Philadelphia International Airport is facing charges that he distributed more than 100 images of child pornography via Facebook, records show.

Federal agents also allege that Transportation Safety Administration Officer Thomas Gordon Jr. of Philadelphia, who routinely searched airline passengers, uploaded explicit pictures of young girls to an Internet site on which he also posted a photograph of himself in his TSA uniform.

Homeland Security agents arrested the TSA officer March 24, and he is being held without bail.

Although the case was unsealed Thursday, neither the indictment nor the news release mentioned Gordon's job searching airline passengers for TSA.

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Now, aside from the obvious irony of the story in the midst of swirling controversy about TSA searches, there is something else more subtle here that caught my attention. Why was this guy arrested by Homeland Security? I thought their job was to go after terrorists. Why didn't the FBI handle this?

NSA releases document on extraterrestrial radio messages

According to this document, 29 messages from outer-space were intercepted and subsequently published in a National Security Agency technical journal. This document is a "key" created in order to interpret the messages. So we don't really know what the messages actually said, or if they were even successfully unlocked, but this document appears to prove that the NSA has in fact intercepted at least 29 radio messages of extra-terrestrial origin. When these messages may have been picked up, how they were heard, is anyone's guess at this point. But this seems to prove the we have indeed heard from aliens and the NSA knows it.

The pdf document is linked here directly from the NSA, so there is no question that the document is authentic:


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SWAT transparency bill produces its first disturbing results

This article is actually a little old now, but still not something widely known or talked about. 

...Over the last six months of 2009, SWAT teams were deployed 804 times in the state of Maryland, or about 4.5 times per day. In Prince George's County alone, with its 850,000 residents, a SWAT team was deployed about once per day. According to a Baltimore Sun analysis, 94 percent of the state's SWAT deployments were used to serve search or arrest warrants, leaving just 6 percent in response to the kinds of barricades, bank robberies, hostage takings, and emergency situations for which SWAT teams were originally intended.

Worse even than those dreary numbers is the fact that more than half of the county’s SWAT deployments were for misdemeanors and nonserious felonies. That means more than 100 times last year Prince George’s County brought state-sanctioned violence to confront people suspected of nonviolent crimes. And that's just one county in Maryland. These outrageous numbers should provide a long-overdue wake-up call to public officials about how far the pendulum has swung toward institutionalized police brutality against its citizenry, usually in the name of the drug war...

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The 6 Weirdest Dangers of Space Travel

When mankind finally makes the big leap from Earth to space, it's probably not going to be the time-warping black holes or mouth-raping aliens that do him in. In fact, tomorrow's astronauts will be on the lookout for dangers that are laughably mundane. For every one dude who gets awesomely exploded by lasers or asteroids, hundreds will die of ...

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The truth about cops

This is what it will be like when it's your turn...

And here is what the police themselves are saying about it, now that the video has just been posted to PoliceOne dot com:

Posted by LionbeatsGorilla on Saturday, April 23, 2011 12:55 AM Pacific

I've said it before and I'll say it again, I can't believe there are other cops on here who have something negative to say about this officer. I expect the focus of the half retarded public to be on the officer, but for other officers to not be intelligent enough to see the real problem here is crazy. I dont care if filming is legal, the officer told you to shut the camera off, so shut the camera off. The focus here should be that a law enforcement authority figure told you do to something, you should do it. UNREAL

Posted by mbushey736 on Saturday, April 23, 2011 06:31 AM Pacific

WOW....Yeh, that was a set up and the officer went for it. you can tell that the guy filming was hamming it for the camera to line his pockets. If he does get a settlement, I hope the puke chokes on it.

Posted by Centurion1950 on Saturday, April 23, 2011 06:24 AM Pacific

What an obnoxious crybaby. He'll sit on his butt and let his attorney go to work, and he'll get his payday. That's what this was all about. Too bad about Colling. This is a tought time to be looking for work.

Posted by rbd171 on Saturday, April 23, 2011 06:14 AM Pacific

time for you rookies to break out your notebook and crayon.
tad too aggressive..., ya think?
ever been told to go flower your nuts after asking or telling someone to do something they dont have to? i have so i quit being so quick on the draw and studied my rights and powers as a cop.
if you change your frame of mind, that you are there to protect human rights and you understand them and value them, your conduct will improve significantly and you may actually become an asset to your department and community.
it is conduct like this that creates citizens who detest and fear the police and gives credence to the importance of an aggressive internal affairs division and aclu. not only should the dept pay a fat settlement, the officer should be fired, incarcerated and personally sued. the rest of you need to learn from this.

Posted by Haybasher on Friday, April 22, 2011 10:33 PM Pacific

Hahaha. I couldn't watch the whole video...What am I doing???? I'm going to show the world how big of a pussy you are...That'll be the day when I post a video of me crying and sounding like a pathetic douche bag...No matter how big the lawsuit.

Mystery deepens surrounding death of teen girl

Kathryn "Katie" Filiberti was found dead in a park the weekend of St Patrick's Day. The rumors swirled, but a quick arrest was expected. She had been at a party with many people the night before her body was found. Police have been mum on every detail since then. Unnervingly so. Releasing absolutely NO details. In fact, we do not even know if it was in fact a murder as presumed, yet the police give us assurances that the community is safe.

How exactly can the police make such assurances if they don't know who did it, or even how this young woman died? Was this a murder at all? We are not told.

The police and the Dutchess County Medical Examiner have placated the people with assurances of forthcoming information as soon as lab results were in, to finally determine the manner and cause of death. Today, the good faith of the people has been shattered with an unprecedented power-play by the Dutchess County District Attorney ordering the Medical Examiner to remain silent.

Do we even have a homicide on our hands? Are there a killer or killers at large? Is there a coverup? Is the local law purely incompetent? There are far too many questions at this point, and the silence of the officials is deafening.

Read the most recent article at this link:


Katie Filiberti, may you rest in peace, soon.

Feds tell Supreme Court to allow warrantless monitoring

The Obama administration is urging the Supreme Court to allow the government, without a court warrant, to affix GPS devices on suspects’ vehicles to track their every move.

The Justice Department, saying “a person has no reasonable expectation of privacy in his movements (.pdf) from one place to another,” is demanding the justices undo a lower court decision that reversed the conviction and life sentence of a cocaine dealer whose vehicle was tracked via GPS for a month without a court warrant.

The petition, if accepted by the justices, arguably would make it the biggest Fourth Amendment case in a decade — one weighing the collision of privacy, technology and the Constitution.

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Fukushima plant building nuclear bombs?

Confused and often conflicting reports out of Fukushima 1 nuclear plant cannot be solely the result of tsunami-caused breakdowns, bungling or miscommunication. Inexplicable delays and half-baked explanations from Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) seem to be driven by some unspoken factor.

The smoke and mirrors at Fukushima 1 seem to obscure a steady purpose, an iron will and a grim task unknown to outsiders. The most logical explanation: The nuclear industry and government agencies are scrambling to prevent the discovery of atomic-bomb research facilities hidden inside Japan's civilian nuclear power plants.

A secret nuclear weapons program is a ghost in the machine, detectable only when the system of information control momentarily lapses or breaks down. A close look must be taken at the gap between the official account and unexpected events.

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Paul Blart: Mall SWAT

Burlington, MA- The Burlington Mall, featured in the 2009 comedy movie "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" was stormed by a SWAT team today and evacuated as police spent hours searching for a gunman. They wound up taking a man into custody who was armed with an umbrella.

Funny as hell, but then again not really. What the hell is wrong with this country?


Codex Alimentarius

A longer version of this video is included in the following must read article which is chock full of information, proof, that we are being deliberately made ill and killed through our food supply...

Let Them Eat Cake - The Nutricide of America

Police storm neighborhood with snipers and a tank to evict old lady

Details are still emerging, but so far, it appears that the hours long standoff began this morning when a 62-year old woman refused to be ejected from the home she had owned and paid taxes on for more than 20 years. Word has it that her child died many years ago, and that her husband left more recently. Last year the home was sold at auction for delinquent taxes. So basically, what we saw today, was the henchman swarm in on a little old lady who couldn't afford to pay her “protection” fee any longer. God fuckin bless America.

Police standoff in Hyde Park ends, woman in custody

HYDE PARK — A five-hour standoff between police and a woman inside a house on Morris Drive has come to an end with the woman in custody, police said.

The ordeal began shortly after 9 a.m. when deputies from the Dutchess County Sheriff's Office attempted to serve an eviction order to 62-year-old Constance Palmer. According to police, Palmer refused to come out and pointed a weapon through a window.

Palmer peacefully surrendered to police at 2:44 p.m. A BB gun was recovered at the home. No one was injured in the standoff.

Palmer was charged with menacing a police officer, a felony. She was sent to Dutchess County Jail on $25,000 cash bail or $50,000 bond. She was scheduled to appear in Town of Hyde Park Court at a later date.

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This story also reminded me of an event back in 2009 when a Missouri grandmother was unlawfully evicted from a home she owned outright, and charged with trespassing on her own property...

Sworn testimony of rigged elections

Retired deputy who led anti-DWI gets 3rd drunken-driving conviction

A retired Dutchess County deputy sheriff who was once head of the agency's anti-drunken-driving unit could face time behind bars as a result of his third DWI conviction.

H. Dixon Smith III, 55, of Clover Hill Drive, LaGrange, pleaded guilty this week before state Supreme Court Justice Charles Wood to two felony counts of driving while intoxicated.

Smith is a commissioner of LaGrange Fire District. He could not be reached for comment Friday.

Dutchess County Undersheriff Kirk Imperati also could not be reached for comment Friday.

In proceedings before Wood, Smith admitted Monday he was drunk when police stopped his car on Route 55 in the Town of Poughkeepsie on June 12, and again on April 5 of this year in LaGrange.

The charges were felonies because Smith was convicted in Red Hook Town Court in 2005 of a misdemeanor DWI charge. He was fined $1,000 and placed on probation for three years following that conviction.

Smith was arrested on the misdemeanor charge July 11, 2004, while he was employed as coordinator of the sheriff's STOP-DWI program and oversaw anti-DWI patrols.

The felony DWI charges carry maximum sentences of 1 1/3 to four years in state prison.

According to court documents, Wood indicated he would consider sending Smith to prison for concurrent terms of one to three years but also said he would consider a lesser sentence.

Smith is due in court May 5 for sentencing.

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Officer drags woman from moving vehicle, good call

I believe in giving credit where credit is due. You guys know I don't have much love for one-time, but at the same time, I am not insensitive to the difficult job that police do each day. In that vain, I think it is important to give credit where credit is due when a cop performs satisfactory in a stressful situation. As much as I might want to jump on the bandwagon and say "Oh bad cop! Take his badge!" I think this cop did a satifactory job in this situation. The woman is lucky he didn't put a few rounds in her dome-piece. Legally, he could have. Her nudging him with her car was the same as if she put a loaded gun to his temple. So the whole debate about whether or not he went up on the hood is irrelevant.



New day camp regulations spark debate over risks to kids' health

It's really little wonder why kids today are fat, deranged little sissies who don't know shit about the world.

ALBANY -- Watch out for those dangerous games of kickball.

The state Department of Health is considering labeling games like tag, Wiffleball, kickball and horseshoes as posing a "significant risk of injury" at day camps and requiring indoor day camps that offer those activities to be regulated by state and local health officials.

A new state law that took effect this month requires increased oversight of indoor day camps as a way to ensure children are in safe environments...

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