Friday, July 5, 2013

White victim of Stop & Frisk sues the NYPD


NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg has started a new controversy with his latest comments about the NYPD not stopping and frisking enough minorities while stopping and frisking too many white people. Al Sharpton has called on the mayor to apologize publicly while city council members and mayoral candidates are also taking him to task over the comments made last week on a radio broadcast by the Mayor. Information about a lawsuit filed by a 22 yr-old white female is being reported on the heels of this new controversy concerning Stop & Frisk. College graduate Samantha Rosenbaum was stopped and frisked last year after being followed by plains clothes NYPD officers and treated roughly in an invasive search for drugs. “I don’t think anyone, no matter what color you are, deserves to be treated like that,” Samantha Rosenbaum told The NY Post.

Despite the apparent lies by US government officials that there are not illegally spying on Americans, more evidence is surfacing that the NSA's vast surveillance network is capturing and preserving billions of emails and internet phone calls in a powerful digital databases. This includes users of Skype, Google Voice and other “voice over Internet” systems.

Does the F.B.I need independent oversight in agent-involved shootings? Looking at internal F.B.I documents from 1993 to early 2011, agents fatally shot about 70 “subjects” and wounded about 80 others — and every one of those episodes was deemed justified according to F.B.I records obtained by The New York Times through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.

Did you know that the State of South Carolina never abolished slavery? Members of the Facebook group called "Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery" have been researching what state constitutions say about slavery and involuntary servitude and thus far, they have found that South Carolina and the Florida constitutions make no mention about abolishing slavery or involuntary servitude. The research is part of an effort to educate the public on the fact that the US Constitution does not actually abolish slavery or involuntary servitude and should be amended.

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