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Another highly recommended article on the possible connections between the death of journalist Michael Hastings and spooky government sponsored hacking companies such as EndGame, HBGary, etc.

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I highly recommend this post over at the CannonFire blog. Denseley packed with Big-Brother / Surveillance-State information of possible import to the mysterious death of journalist Michael Hastings.

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Port Angeles Mayor Cherie Kidd met with Army officials Monday and received an apology for a nighttime training exercise last week that she says “terrorized my city” with low-flying helicopters. Kidd went to Joint Base Lewis-McChord demanding answers. Why didn’t the Army notify city officials of the late-night training mission? Thundering choppers shook residents, awakened children and startled animals in the Olympic Peninsula city about 80 miles northwest of the army base in Western Washington. The mayor met for an hour with the base commander, Col. H. Charles Hodges Jr., and two officers with the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, she said. “They listened to me and heard our concerns,” she said Monday afternoon. “They apologized and they said they are going to do everything possible for it not to happen again. “That’s what I needed to hear,” Kidd said. In addition, Hodges agreed to attend the Tuesday night city council meeting to apologize in person to council members and the public, she said. Kidd was one of the people awakened by the exercise. “We have a Coast Guard base and know what our Coast Guard helicopters sound like,” she said. “I’ve never heard anything like that.” “It was horrendously loud and frightening. There were lights on some of the helicopters that just really upset us,” she said. Dozens of people called emergency dispatchers late Thursday night and early Friday morning to ask about military helicopters circling and spotlighting the city, The Peninsula Daily News reported. Dispatchers didn’t have anything to tell them. The Clallam County sheriff’s office didn’t find out until later Friday that the copters from Lewis-McChord were training at the Coast Guard base at Ediz Hook, on the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

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Joe Rogan arrives on the fourth floor of NYU’s anthropology department in Greenwich Village still clinging to the possibility that Bigfoot isn’t total bullshit. “I don’t believe,” Rogan says, “but I don’t not believe, you know? There’s enough weird people that have muddied the issue that it seems like fuckery, but then Jane Goodall says she’s absolutely convinced, and then when you go [to the Pacific Northwest] and there’s so much uncharted land up there, it’s impossible to see it all. And then Native Americans have 100 different names for this thing, and they’re uniform in their descriptions—it’s always a large, tall ape.” Rogan, a former martial artist and current Ultimate Fighting Championship color guy, is a compact, muscular, hairless-pated hominid deeply attuned to his inner monkey. Having emerged from sitcom acting (Hardball, NewsRadio) and reality-TV hosting (seven seasons of Fear Factor), Rogan now hosts a twice-weekly three-hour talk show, The Joe Rogan Experience...

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Abby Martin takes a closer look at the death of award winning journalist Michael Hastings, featuring interviews with Michael's close friend, Joe Biggs, who suspects his death was not an accident, and Kimberly Dvorak, an investigative journalist who has been conducting an investigation into the anomalies despite stonewalling from the LAPD.

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Pam Ragland was watching a TV report about the search for an 11-year-old California boy missing in a rural town miles away when she felt something wasn't right. Ragland began crying and then a haunting vision popped into her head: A young boy lying on his side with his eyes closed. The boy, Terry Dewayne Smith Jr., wasn't sleeping — and by the time Ragland's visions stopped, she had led detectives to his decomposing body behind his house in the Riverside County community of Menifee. The remains had been partially buried in a shallow grave under a tree more than 60 miles from Ragland's Orange County home. Authorities on Friday decided to charge the boy's 16-year-old half-brother with murder. The teen is due in juvenile court on Monday, and prosecutors have requested a hearing to determine if he should be tried as an adult. The Associated Press is not naming the suspect because he is a juvenile.

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Asiana pilot says he was blinded by light prior to crash by Bart Jansen, USA TODAY. Story Highlights: - Investigators say the blinding was temporary. - Plane did not begin evacuations immediately. - Three flight attendants were thrown from the plane, but survived. Federal crash investigators revealed Wednesday that the pilot flying Asiana Airlines flight 214 told them that he was temporarily blinded by a bright light when 500 feet above the ground.

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(Credit: Reuters/Philip Andrews) This is our second excerpted from Radley Balko's new book “Rise of the Warrior Cop: The Militarization of America’s Police Forces.” To read the first, "Why did you shoot me: I was reading a book," click here. There is no crueler tyranny than that which is perpetuated under the shield of law and in the name of justice. — Charles De Montesquieu Cheye Calvo only intended to be home long enough to grab a bite to eat and walk his dogs. Calvo worked full-time at an educational foundation in Washington, D.C., but he also had an unusual part-time job: he was mayor of the small town of Berwyn Heights, Maryland. In 2004, at age thirty-three, he was the youngest elected mayor in the history of Prince George’s County, Maryland. Now thirty-seven, he lived with his wife, Trinity Tomsic, her mother, Georgia Porter, and their two black labradors, Payton and Chase. Calvo was due back in town later that night for a community meeting. As Calvo took the dogs out for...

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