Privacy Matters

"We are paying you guys to protect the children, not to kill the children!"

Kimani Gray

People in Flatbush, Brooklyn held a vigil last night in memorium of 16 year old resident Kimani Gray, who was killed by NYPD officers over the weekend. The vigil turned into a protest, with community members making speeches about NYPD violence in their community and chanting slogans like "NYPD, KKK/How many kids did you kill today?"

President Obama put on a secret "Alice in Wonderland" themed party for Halloween in 2009

Please consider the following.

From the New York Times, January 2, 2013:

We still don't know whether the DOJ thinks it can use lethal force in domestic non-emergencies

Adam Serwer over at Mother Jones has a piece up making fun of the GOP for proposing legislation the sponsors say would limit the president’s authority to conduct drone strikes on US soil. He writes:

Glenn Greenwald at the Freedom to Connect conference

Terror Tuesday: What would Ron Ridenhour say about Bradley Manning?

Ron who?

Does anyone remember My Lai?

News you might have missed over the weekend

An undercover officer sends updates to her superior from a protest. Photo courtesy The Chicago Maroon

Targeting Americans for death and the breakdown of checks and balances

So we have entered the Age of Sequestration, thanks to the spectacular meltdown of Congressional bipartisanship.

NYPD, federal agents raid Rebel Diaz Art Collective in South Bronx

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Video montage reveals resistance to DHS checkpoints in the southwest

You've probably heard by now that the Department of Homeland Security has claimed the authority to interrogate and search people anywhere within 100 miles of a US border, even without suspicion of wrongdoing or warrants. Take a look at the map below to see whether you live in that constitution-free-zone. (Click to enlarge.)

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