Saturday, January 25, 2014


"If any of the departments do respond in full, they’ll likely be revealing items such as “The Peacemaker” – an armored personal carrier owned by the Richland County Sheriff Department that is equipped with a .50 caliber machine gun turret (a caliber that the U.S. military specifies should not be used on people)."


Secret Military Training 

Blurs Line Between Police and Soldiers

As the military transitions into a tech-heavy force, increasingly reliant on robots and drones, local police forces are looking less like law enforcement and more like heavily armored combat units. Now, it seems they are starting to train like them, as well.
A story published by The State newspaper in Columbia, South Carolina, reported on recent secret joint training missions between U.S. Army special forces and the Richland County (South Carolina) Sheriff’s Department.
The article describes training exercises being conducted by “unidentified units” from Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. Ft. Bragg is the home of the elite U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) and the super-secret, super-deadly Delta Force.
A spokesman for the Richland County Sheriff’s Department refused to identify who was participating in the exercise or why it was being carried out. The department did, however, issue a press release, warning that the war games could get loud. "Citizens may see military and departmental vehicles traveling in and around rural and metropolitan areas and may hear ordnance being set off or fired which will be simulated/blanks and controlled by trained personnel," it declared.




“No one is attempting to control speech,” she said. “That is not the point of the ordinance. The point is to regulate conduct."
"The Dallas, Texas City Council recently expanded an existing ordinance which bans anyone carrying a sign within 75 feet of a freeway to also prohibit anyone from peacefully assembling on or near service roads, bridges and overpasses, including individuals not holding signs and those the city considers to be dressed provocatively."
“Rather than prohibit the carrying of signs that distract motorists within 75 feet of the designated highways, the proposed amendment would prohibit all conduct intended to distract motorists by individuals standing within the lateral curb line of the highways, including adjoining service or frontage roads as well as on bridges or overpasses over the highways,” the proposal reads.
The ban includes individuals who are not holding signs and those who are “wearing any costume, clothing, attire or accessory intended to attract or seek the attention of the public,” provisions which are so broad, they would seemingly apply to those wearing swimsuits while advertising a charity car wash and even those wearing the latest in fashion trends.

Alex Jones Confronts Dallas Cops For Violating Free Speech!

Dallas Police Plan(ned) To Kidnap Alex Jones:

Published on Nov 21, 2013
Free speech activists in Dealy Plaza and Infowars' Rob Dew overheard Dallas police discussing plans to arrest Alex Jones.
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Federalized Dallas Sheriff's Deputies Assault Alex Jones:

Published on Nov 22, 2013
Dallas Sheriff's deputies violently assaulted free speech activists during the JFK 50th anniversary event, punching peaceful protesters including radio host Alex Jones in shocking scenes caught on live streaming video.

Dallas Cops Try To Put Infowars In a Free Speech Zone:

Published on Nov 22, 2013
The police of Dallas try to put Alex Jones and other free speech advocates in a "free speech zone". Meanwhile, those who spout the official JFK story are invited to speak on stage.


Published on Dec 10, 2013

PROTESTERS get ATTACKED by RAMPAGING Bully COPS at FREE SPEECH PROTEST - 2nd American Revolution Coming?

Violent Suppression in Dallas: JFK 50th Anniversary Compilation

Staff action report and footage of censorship and violence surrounding the anniversary of a political assassination

Dallas Co., Texas sheriff's deputies, under federal control during special events, violently charged a peaceful crowd who were waiting to be let into the Dealey Plaza when it was promised to be open to the public at 2:30pm on Nov. 22, the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination.

The deputies pushed the protestors back past the Old Red Museum of Dallas County and into the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza, which is at least one block away from Dealey Plaza:

Last week, the Coalition of Political Assassinations "struck a deal" with the City of Dallas to allow open, public access to Dealey Plaza at 2:30pm and be "allowed" to leaflet the area around the assassination site.

Basically speaking, the City of Dallas suspended the First Amendment but under threat of lawsuit recognized some, but not all, of our birth rights.

"It was basically a free-speech lockout in the whole city, but we've gotten that back," said COPA director John Judge. "We would like to be where we were for the last 49 years [marking the day with a moment of silence.]"

"Half of my members wanted to go to court, and half wanted to take the mayor's offer."
In response, we traveled to Dallas to cover the City of Dallas' blatant censorship:

Because both sides of a street in Dallas are typically bordered by private property, this city ordinance nullifies our First Amendment rights to distribute flyers during a peaceful assembly in public.

The deputies marched in from behind the non-violent crowd to the very front of the rally, turned around, and opened up their own barricades to begin the assault, which continued from Dealey Plaza to the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza at least one full city block away.

The intent of the police, apparently under orders by Homeland Security, was to create a "free speech zone," in other words a zone banning the right to speak freely and assemble peacefully in a public place during the JFK 50th anniversary event.

One demonstrator said that after the deputies arrived in single file, they looked at each other, counted down from three and then charged the crowd.

"They begin to charge, to shove and grab indiscriminately," J.W. stated. "I screamed at them and said 'there are children here, there are children here!'"
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"What I witnessed here today, I believe, is what happens all throughout history when truth is pushed to the head."

The spokesperson for the Dallas Co., Texas sheriff completely distorted details on the department's violent attack against peaceful demonstrators by stating that deputies ordered the crowd to move and disperse when no such order was given prior to yesterday's assault.

Carmen Castro, spokeswoman for Sheriff Lupe Valdez, told the Dallas Morning News that the deputies violently charged the free speech demonstrators because they were crowding "not only private citizens who were attempting to pay their respects but also equipment that was in place for the event."

Yet the deputies gave no such orders to the crowd prior to their assault. As the beginning of our own footage shows, they marched to the front of the crowd with the intent to attack and nothing else

On Wednesday, Alex Jones will kick off three days of demonstrations and protests at the Federal Reserve building at the corner of Pearl and Woodall Rodgers Freeway, a location he has previously demonstrated at three separate times with other Americans.
From 8 to 9PM on Wednesday night, Jones and his crew will hand out thousands of free fliers exposing the numerous violations of free speech. Activist patriots can then descend on downtown Dallas Thursday, and of course the 50th anniversary on Friday, with the powerful, unfiltered information and alert the sleeping citizenry to the attempted censorship.
We're also planning a First Amendment march on Thursday, which will soon be announced, and on the key day of Friday.