US sees dramatic rise in ‘active shooter incidents’

Police in Wisconsin

Police and swat team members respond to a call of a shooting at the Azana Spa in Brookfield, Wisconsin Photo: AP

FBI study shows incidents in which a gunman opened fire on a crowd more than doubled in the past seven years

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U.S. Homeland Security contractor reports computer breach

U.S. Department of Homeland Security employees work in front of U.S. threat level displays inside the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center during a guided media tour in Arlington, Virginia June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

U.S. Department of Homeland Security employees work in front of U.S. threat level displays inside the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center during a guided media tour in Arlington, Virginia June 26, 2014.   Credit: Reuters/Kevin Lamarque

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Obama urged to restore Muslim Brotherhood

Group calls backers of ousted Egyptian regime ‘pro-democracy’

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The Washington, D.C.-based Council on American-Islamic Relations – which was established as a Muslim Brotherhood front, according to FBI evidence – is urging the Obama administration to restore the Muslim Brotherhood-backed regime in Egypt that was ousted in a popular revolt.

 

In a statement, CAIR urged Obama to “use the leverage of taxpayer funds being sent to that nation’s military to push for a return to democracy,” which would mean putting President Mohamed Morsi back in office.

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FBI rescues over 100 child sex trafficking victims

Weekend crackdown on child sex trafficking recovers 100 missing and exploited children and results in 150 arrests of pimps and madams.

Child sex trafficking crackdown: Video grab shows arrest in Atlantic City

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WASHINGTON — The FBI said Monday that it had recovered over 100 victims of child prostitution and arrested 150 pimps in a nationwide operation cracking down on underage sex trafficking.

At a Monday press conference, officials said that the weekend raids involved more than 12,000 law enforcement personnel from more than 450 state and local agencies in 76 cities and towns. The victims were girls as young as 13, many of whom had been lured from foster care or broken homes into lives of sexual abuse, torture and prostitution.

The trafficking involved selling underage girls for sex on online classified sites like Backpage.com, at highway truck stops and at sporting events including the NCAA basketball finals and the Super Bowl.

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Deadly Force and Threats Against Peaceful Activists Rise

Government, local and private security agencies caught plotting threats and deadly force against peaceful activists

Julie Wilson
Infowars.com
June 28, 2013

Peaceful Streets Project (PSP) leader Antonio Buehler has been threatened indirectly by Wayne Vincent, the President of the Austin Police Association (APA), in a June 24th broadcast that aired on Fox 7 news.

In the broadcast, the President of the APA says “We fully are afraid that this thing is going to turn violent before its over because Buehler keeps escalating the harassment.”

“So our officers are out there with absolutely no relief from this kind of harassment. It’s not going to end well. This thing is going to turn violent,”says the APA President.

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FBI Casually Admits it Uses Drones to Spy on Citizens

 

Unmanned Aerial Drone

Unmanned Aerial Drone H/T Wired | Photo via Court Redhanded News/Flickr

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At a time when revelations about how the U.S. government collects information about its citizens are coming fast and furious, the director of the FBI dropped another bombshell.

Appearing before the Senate Judiciary committee on Wednesday, Director Robert Mueller admitted that the FBI has used unmanned aerial drones to conduct surveillance on U.S. citizens domestically, albeit in a limited scope.

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