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“Make Arrests, Issue Tickets or Get Fired” Missouri Police Caught in Disgusting Quota Scheme | The Free Thought Project


It truly forces police officers to create criminals out of otherwise innocent people in order to generate revenue, or they face losing their jobs.

But hey, like St. Clair said, he’s got a family to feed. So he’s “just doing his job” when he throws you in a prison cell over a seat belt “violation.”

It wouldn’t be nearly as disheartening if the Bellefontaine Neighbors police department was some rogue unit and this was an isolated incident. But sadly it is not. There are entirely too many examples.

The most recent happened in November of last year. The Free Thought Project reported the story of police in Normal, IL. Several cops from the Normal police department sued the city claiming that the department’s policy forced them to make arrests without probable cause.

After showing how difficult it can be to blow the whistle on corruption in one’s own unit, it’s safe to assume that there are departments across the nation with equally despicable extortion rackets in place.

via “Make Arrests, Issue Tickets or Get Fired” Missouri Police Caught in Disgusting Quota Scheme | The Free Thought Project.

“Fuck #Anonymous, I’m at Spa Castle,” New Vine of Hector “Sabu” Monsegur Generates Outrage | The Cryptosphere


Hate clicks are just as bankable as love clicks, and might be more predictable.

A perfect example of this is former Vice journalist Dan Stuckey’s newest Vine, featuring legendary snitch Sabu, aka Hector X. Monsegur, the Daily Dot’s newest reviewer. It features Monsegur and Stuckey soaking apparently naked in a tub together.

“I’m with Dan Stuckey. Fuck Anonymous. We’re at fuckin’ Spa Castle. Expect my review soon, bitches!”

You might remember Stuckey as the former @YourAnonNews contributor

via “Fuck #Anonymous, I’m at Spa Castle,” New Vine of Hector “Sabu” Monsegur Generates Outrage | The Cryptosphere.

Reprints: #FuckSabu and Here’s Why | The Cryptosphere


Reprints: #FuckSabu and Here’s Why

BY RAINCOASTER on MARCH 11, 2015 • ( 2 )

This is a reprint from my personal blog from two years ago. If you’ve been following the #OpDDD story so far, you’ll know why it’s a timely read. At the time it was written, we didn’t yet know that the deal he’d made with the FBI in fact did not allow him to maintain custody of the children. Now that he’s doing the media circuit claiming that he “did it for the kids” it’s time to review some hard truths about Hector Xavier Monsegur, aka Sabu.

via Reprints: #FuckSabu and Here’s Why | The Cryptosphere.

8 Stellar Surveillance Scoops: 2014 in Review | Electronic Frontier Foundation


Sabu and the FBI

Daily Dot and Vice’s Motherboard obtained leaked chat logs and other documents, some of which were under seal, involving hacker and FBI informant Hector Xavier Monsegur, aka “Sabu.” The FBI credited Sabu with helping them cripple Anonymous. The reports raises important questions about how much the feds knew as he orchestrated major attacks against companies and foreign nations.

via 8 Stellar Surveillance Scoops: 2014 in Review | Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Twitter rage as Anonymous snitch Sabu parties with Lil Wayne at Vice’s 20th birthday bash


Stuckey, a contributor to Motherboard, is a journalist who is intimately involved with the Anonymous and Sabu story. He has been covering the story closely for the last 18 months and told IBTimes UK it is a story he has “dedicated his life to”.

Stuckey added that when posting the picture on Twitter, he expected a reaction and that it was a “taste experiment”.

He said: “I put out a thermometer to take some temperatures and a lot of people told me to rape Hector.”

via Twitter rage as Anonymous snitch Sabu parties with Lil Wayne at Vice’s 20th birthday bash.

The Declaration of Independence—Except for ‘Indian Savages’ – ICTMN.com


Pause right there. Does the most famous document in American history really state “all Men are created equal,” then hypocritically proclaim right afterward its first inhabitants are “merciless Indian savages”?

Yes, it really does, and this founding document was more than just a document written in the context of a bitter conflict. Consider, although Jefferson is most credited for penning this famous document, it was written by a committee of 5 people – including Benjamin Franklin and John Adams – and ratified 86 times by the Continental Congress before becoming official and signed. So this was a carefully mulled over phrase in that Natives would forever be considered “savages” in regards to their future relations with the U.S.

Go figure, in Jefferson’s rough draft was a statement he was adamant in having “against King George III for creating and sustaining the slave trade, describing it as ‘a cruel war against human nature.’” He was eventually overruled.

via The Declaration of Independence—Except for ‘Indian Savages’ – ICTMN.com.