Camps and Detainment

Private Companies Are Stepping In To Help Hurricane Victims

As the death toll in Texas rises to 14 after the devastating hurricane Harvey left its mark, private companies are stepping in. Doing more to help than the government ever could, the much-hated and demeaned corporations are putting profits on the line to save people. Private companies coming together to aid in relief efforts will…

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ACLU Settles Torture Case With CIA-Contracted Psychologists

James Mitchell (L), Bruce Jessen (R). Image credit: ACLU The ACLU has declared a “historic victory” following the settlement of its lawsuit against two CIA-contracted psychologists involved in torturing suspects and developing the agency’s ‘enhanced interrogation program. The terms are confidential. CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou told RT that while the settlement is historic, he is…

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San Diego Teacher Stands Up to Border Patrol at Checkpoint

A San Diego middle school teacher was detained for more than an hour last Friday after she refused to answer questions from U.S. Border Patrol agents at a checkpoint in New Mexico. “Citizens?” a Border Patrol agent is heard asking as the Bell Middle School teacher, Shane Parmely, approached the checkpoint. “I’ve never been asked…

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Venezuelan Soldiers Loyal To The Socialist Regime Get The Gift Of Toilet Paper

If you remain loyal to the tyrannical socialist regime in Venezuela, the kind-hearted government will reward your efforts.  Now, soldiers can wipe their backsides, something the dirt poor populace is unable to do. Bernie Sanders didn’t win the Democratic primary, but he did score a major endorsement from Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who called Sanders his…

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Wisconsin Prison Investigated After Bipolar Inmate Dies From Dehydration

A bipolar Milwaukee County Jail inmate died of dehydration seven days after water to his solitary confinement cell was shut off and never restored, according to local prosecutors, who may press criminal charges against jail staff. On Monday, prosecutors with the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office began an inquest into the events surrounding the death of…

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Father Shot After ICE Raids Family of American Citizens

There’s really only one thing that most people expect the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency to do, and that is capturing and deporting illegal immigrants. In reality, their powers and responsibilities are much more broad than that, and their activities can easily effect the lives of American citizens. That’s what the Torres family learned…

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ICE Agents Illegally Pose As Local Police To Nab Undocumented Woman

Impersonating a police officer in order to detain and deport an undocumented immigrant is a new low, even for ICE. The mayor and chief of police in Hartford, CT, are condemning agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement who they said posed as police officers to try to detain an undocumented woman earlier this month.…

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