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Cop will serve 3 years for shooting cooperative man during traffic stop

Levar Edward Jones was shot by a state trooper in early September of 2014. Now, nearly three years after the cowardly and deadly actions by this trooper, he is finally being held accountable, and Jones is seeing the justice he deserves.

On Tuesday, former South Carolina State Trooper, Sean Groubert was sentenced to 12 years in prison. However, while that may seem substantial, 5 of them were suspended for time served, and Groubert will only spend 3 years behind bars for nearly killing an innocent man who was doing everything he was supposed to do during a traffic stop.

The incident, which the Free Thought Project reported upon initially after it took place on September 4, 2014, began when trooper Sean Groubert pulled Jones over for allegedly not wearing a seat belt.

Dash cam from the trooper's cruiser recorded the interaction.

Source: Cop will serve 3 years for shooting cooperative man during traffic stop
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Two sides of the same coin: Alt-right white supremacists and Antifa thugs deserve each other

I have already made known my feelings about the white supremacists who gathered in Charlottesville.

Their idiocy is overshadowed only by their moral depravity. The one thing they lack more than jobs and girlfriends is a semi-coherent understanding of history. How many of these neo-Nazi punks even realize that Hitler would have marched them to the gas chambers right alongside the black and Jewish Americans they despise? How many of them had grandfathers and great grandfathers who stormed the beaches to defeat the very movement they now wish to resurrect? Part of me hopes their grandfathers are dead so they don't have to witness what's become of their families. Part of me hopes they're alive so they can take their canes and swat these brats across the head. I don't condone violence, unless it's a WWII vet delivering a grandfatherly whooping to his vile, ungrateful Nazi grandson.

It would be very difficult to go too far in criticizing the sorts of "men" who rallied this weekend. I am forced to put the word "men" in quotes because they are only men in the most literal sense. In any other sense, they are cowardly, pathetic little boys desperate for attention. I am not interested in hearing, as I have heard from some people, that these imbeciles were "driven" to this point because of all the racism and hatred on the Left. There is racism and hatred on the Left - a lot of it, and we'll get to that in a second - but that does not even begin to excuse them.

Source: Two sides of the same coin: Alt-right white supremacists and Antifa thugs deserve each other
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The FBI won't charge its paid informants who participated in Charlottesville violence

FBI insiders said it is unlikely leaders of the radical groups that clashed in demonstrations turned deadly in Charlottesville, VA will face prosecution.

Why?

FBI said they have already identified several federal informants who participated in the mob-like riots over the weekend in Virginia. The FBI is also now working those sources to piece together the events from Charlottesville, sources said.

But FBI agents have deemed the newly-minted investigation dicey, having to navigate separate agreements with embedded intelligence assets while trying to pinpoint responsibility for the violence.

Late Saturday, the Justice Department announced the federal probe. The investigation, spearheaded by the Richmond, VA FBI field office, was launched after an Ohio man drove his car through a crowd of demonstrators killing one woman and injuring dozens.

The FBI has Intel assets implanted in several white supremacy sects, as well as the radical ANTIFA group, according to federal law enforcement sources who spoke to True Pundit.

Source: The FBI won't charge its paid informants who participated in Charlottesville violence
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White nationalists planning rally in Lexington, Kentucky to oppose removal of two Confederate statues

White nationalists are planning a rally in Lexington to oppose the planned removal of two Confederate statues from the lawn of the former Fayette County Courthouse, and they're considering a lawsuit aimed at blocking the move, a leader in the movement said Tuesday.

Matthew Heimbach, chairman of the Traditionalist Worker Party, said his group and others allied under the umbrella of the Nationalist Front are discussing plans for the rally.

Heimbach said people in the Lexington area asked his group get involved. The group has members in Kentucky and plans to try to recruit more, he said.

No date has been chosen, but the goal is to have the event "sooner rather than later," Heimbach said.

Source: White nationalists planning rally in Lexington, Kentucky to oppose removal of two Confederate statues
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Today's News / Here's why Alan Greenspan is wrong about a 'bond bubble'
« Last post by News Bot on Today at 05:20:02 PM »
Here's why Alan Greenspan is wrong about a 'bond bubble'

AllianceBernstein's CIO for fixed income, disagrees with the former chairman of the Federal Reserve

Source: Here's why Alan Greenspan is wrong about a 'bond bubble'
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An eyewear chain is giving away free solar eclipse glasses — here's how to get them

Warby Parker is giving away free solar eclipse glasses.

Source: An eyewear chain is giving away free solar eclipse glasses — here's how to get them
97
China blasts "wanton" criticism from hypocritical US over religious freedoms

China has blasted "wanton" criticism from the US over religious freedom, saying that Washington confuses the facts and is itself far from perfect. The statement comes following a US State Department report on religious freedom worldwide.

On Tuesday, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson commented on the 2016 International Religious Freedom Report released by the State Department. While Tillerson did not speak about China in particular, the document itself lists China among "countries of particular concern." The report accuses China of abuses of religious freedom, citing reports on alleged discrimination against Uighur Muslims, Tibetan Buddhists and religious minorities.

The report was criticized as baseless by Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying on Wednesday.

"The so-called US report ignores the facts, confuses right and wrong and makes wanton criticism of China's religious freedom situation," she told reporters.

Source: China blasts "wanton" criticism from hypocritical US over religious freedoms
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YoNews Portal / Russia and US will square off over new sanctions
« Last post by YoNews on Today at 05:00:04 PM »
Russia and US will square off over new sanctions

There is little Russia can do economically in retaliation to the U.S. sanctions, but Moscow can act against American interests geopolitically. Kremlin will likely respond to new U.S. sanctions that were recently imposed on Russia by asymmetric means.

From the Russian point of view, the new sanctions--which are codified by law--are essentially permanent, thus Moscow has little incentive to comply with American demands. Indeed, previous congressionally mandated sanctions, such as the Jackson-Vanik amendment of 1974, remained on the books long after their intended effects had come to pass. In fact, the Jackson-Vanik amendment remained in place long after the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union until 2012 when it was replaced by the Magnitsky Act sanctions.

There is little Russia can do economically in retaliation to U.S. sanctions, but Moscow can act against American interests geopolitically. Moreover, if the United States starts to supply arms to Ukraine or launches a cyber attack against Russian infrastructure, Moscow, too, has means to make Washington's life much more difficult.

Source: Russia and US will square off over new sanctions
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YoNews Portal / FLASHBACK: Obama's SEAL Team 6 top secret mission coverup
« Last post by YoNews on Today at 05:00:04 PM »
FLASHBACK: Obama's SEAL Team 6 top secret mission coverup

On August 6, 2011, a military helicopter- Extortion 17- carrying thirty-eight men (including twenty-five of the elite SEAL Team 6, five National Guard and Army Reserve, and eight Afghan commandos) was shot down over Taliban-controlled territory in eastern Afghanistan. They had been on a top secret mission to take out a high-value target.

It was the worst loss of life in a single day since the war in Afghanistan began. Per a 1250-page military report, it was simply the result of a "lucky shot" by Taliban soldiers perched on top of a building. Per families of those killed and military experts at a press conference held on May 9, 2013, this is a lie among a host of other lies.

After the families attended a several hour military briefing about this "lucky shot," describing what happened and why their sons died, they smelled a rat and started digging around. Billy and Karen Vaughn, parents of Navy SEAL Aaron C. Vaughn, started poking around at the "official" story and found not a rat, but a stinking swamp, a coverup that went all the way to the top.

When the Vaughns began trying to drain the swamp, they received what the Obama administration is famous for: the shakedown. None other than one of the highest ranking officers in the nation-Admiral William McRaven, commander at U.S. Special Operations Command-paid the Vaughns a little visit, in essence telling them to keep their mouths shut.

Source: FLASHBACK: Obama's SEAL Team 6 top secret mission coverup
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Video: ‘No military action without our consent’ – South Korea against war on Korean Peninsula

South Korea’s president says only his country can decide the fate of the Korean Peninsula – and whether there will be any military action there. The statement … Via Youtube

Source: Video: ‘No military action without our consent’ – South Korea against war on Korean Peninsula
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