Infowars.com Prosecutor Lionel appears on Infowars Nightly News to explain what happened with the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton and how she’s getting off with no charges.
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Zero Hedge Not a week seems to pass without some banker or trader committing suicide. Today we get news of the latest such tragic event with news that 28-year old Kenneth Bellando, a former JPMorgan banker, current employee of Levy… Continue Reading
Zero Hedge The dismal trail of dead bankers continues. As The Journal Star reports, a successful Lincoln businessman and member of a prominent local family died last week. Former National Bank of Commerce CEO James Stuart Jr. was found dead in Scottsdale, Ariz.,… Continue Reading
Homelandsecurityus.com […]If the bodies were dots on a piece of paper, connecting them results in a sinister picture being drawn that involves global criminal activity in the financial world the likes of which is almost without precedent. It should serve… Continue Reading
AlabamaTruth.com UPDATE: 3/4/14- Crystal Gilliland Clowdus has pleaded guilty this afternoon at her hearing at the Blount County Courthouse. According to AL.com she has pleaded guilty to transmitting obscene material to a minor. Clowdus has received a 10 year sentence,… Continue Reading
rt.com Once heralded as a communication tool free from eavesdropping, Skype is now reportedly under scrutiny for secretly and voluntarily handing over personal data on users to government agencies. The Microsoft-owned instant-messaging site, used by some 600 million people worldwide,… Continue Reading
Amber Sutton al.com MONTGOMERY, Alabama — The Montgomery Police Department is investigating what initial evidence indicates was a murder-suicide in the 6000 Block of Portsmouth Court on Friday, according to Sergeant M.P. Myrick. Terrance D. Phillips, 23, and his wife,… Continue Reading
Stephen Dethrage al.com YORK, Alabama — The Alabama Department of Public Health is continuing to investigate what sickened at least two-thirds of the 100 people who ate a meal after a funeral in York, Alabama on July 6, but confirmed… Continue Reading
Mike Cason AL.com MONTGOMERY, Alabama — The chairman of the Alabama Legislature’s prison committee has called a meeting for Aug. 27 to discuss allegations of prisoner abuse in a report released Tuesday by the Equal Justice Initiative. The EJI, which… Continue Reading
Mike Oliver al.com BESSEMER, Alabama – Six different bacteria have been recovered from blood cultures of kidney dialysis patients sickened with infections linked to Bessemer Kidney Center, but so far there’s no pattern of infection pointing to “any specific source… Continue Reading
Jim Hoft thegatewaypundit.com The JFK Library incident is reportedly unrelated to the explosions at the Boston Marathon. Reports indicate that it was just a fire, not an explosion. However, police are investigating video footage to see if the fire was… Continue Reading
The Orange County Register Enenews.com NOAA investigates: natural die-off, radiation? A team of experts assembled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency is looking into radiation from Japan’s nuclear disaster as one of several possible causes of the ongoing sea… Continue Reading
rt.com Russian antimonopoly officials have launched an inquiry into Google for allegedly violating correspondence privacy in their advertising, Russian media reported. Google denied the charges, claiming that e-mails are reviewed by a computer, not a human. Google’s webmail service Gmail… Continue Reading
May 28, 2012 ANDY BROWNFIELD Associated Press MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Rape, sexual assault and harassment from male guards are a way of life for prisoners at an Alabama women’s prison, according to inmates past and present, and the Justice Department… Continue Reading