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Archive for July, 2013

Acts of war by the United States?

Acts of war by the United States?

The NSA's mass and indiscriminate spying on Brazilians  As it does in many non-adversarial countries, the surveillance agency is bulk collecting the communications of millions of citizens of Brazil By Glenn Greenwald guardian.co.uk, Saturday 6 July 2013 19.32 ED I've written an article on NSA surveillance for the front page of the Sunday edition of O Globo, the large Brazilian newspaper based in Rio de Janeiro. The article is headlined (translated) "US spied on millions of ... Full Story

More police brutality

More police brutality

    Cops Accused of Invading NV Home, Firing Pepperballs and Assaulting Family  By Kristen Gwynne After a family refused to allow the police to use home as a lookout, the police decided to forcibly take control of the house anyway. A Nevada family has filed a lawsuit claiming that, after denying police requests to use their homes as lookouts, cops forcibly made their way inside anyway, firing pepperballs and eventually arresting them. The family says that police ... Full Story

Obituary: Jack Olen Dawdy

Obituary: Jack Olen Dawdy

  Jack Olen Dawdy was born on June 9, 1941 to Lester Erwin Dawdy and Goldie Mae Wallace in Tecumseh, Nebraska. Jack received his formal education through Auburn High School in Nebraska, UCLA in California, and the Midwest Business College in Colorado. Jack Dawdy accepted Christ as his Savior while he was in the U.S. Navy, where he served as a Radio Man on the USS TALUGA (AO-62). Jack spent most of his life as a self-employed businessman serving his community with a wide range of ... Full Story

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