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Law Proposed To Let Police Enter Homes Without Warrants

Are you awake yet? You better start waking up soon. A new bill has been proposed which would allow police officers to enter any home, regardless of whether or not they have a warrant. This bill effectively removes any protections people have from unreasonable search and seizure, and opens the door for unprecedented abuse of powers. Are we still the United States> A warrantless search is just wrong. There is no reason to kick in someones door and search their home. Under the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, part of the Bill of Rights, which provides that, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” When are we going to stand up America? When are we going to speak. “When they came for me, there was no one left to speak up.” The quote above speaks volumes. The February 2015 newsletter is almost done and we’ll be discussing this very topic on America chooses to remain silent, even in the face to a tyrannical government. We only speak up when it affects us directly. Our liberties and our freedoms are under attack from a thousand different directions and they are being stripped away from us at a blinding pace. Are you going to wait till there is nobody left to speak up. Are you awake Yet? As a reader you deserve to know the truth behind the disasters America and the rest of the world faces. If you want to learn more about what is going on in America then consider joining America’s Great Awakening Newsletter. These newsletters are free and we encourage you to distribute to your friends and family.JOIN US TODAY If you are already a member you can, sign in... read more

Thieves and Thugs Threaten Your Property

Thieves and Thugs Threaten Your Property but, it’s not who you think. Civil Asset Forfeiture by police and government has become a hot topic lately. Every year, federal and state law enforcement agents seize hundreds of millions of dollars from civilians during traffic stops, simply by asserting that they believe the money is connected to some illegal activity and without ever pursuing criminal charges. Under federal law and the laws of most states, they are entitled to keep most (and sometimes all) of the money and property they seize. As crazy as it sounds, civil asset forfeiture laws allow the government to seize property without charging anyone with a crime. Until The government is allowed to keep whatever property it seized without ever having to prove a case. Seized property is presumed guilty and could be forfeited based upon mere hearsay or even worse a tip supplied by by an informant who stood to gain up to 25% of the forfeited assets. We are forced into the a situation of trying to prove a negative—that something never happened, even though no proof of any illegal act had been offered at trial. Newspapers and television stories across the nation documented hundreds of cases of innocent citizens wrongfully deprived of their homes, businesses and livelihoods. Eighty percent of property forfeited to the US during the previous decade was seized from owners who were never even charged with a crime! Where is Due Process of Law? Why are we putting up this band of thieves and tyrants? We’ll be covering this topic more in depth in our America’s Great Awakening newsletter. So be sure to sign up if you’re not a member. Are you awake Yet? As a reader you deserve to know the truth behind the disasters America and the rest of the world faces. If you want to learn more about what is going on in America then consider joining America’s Great Awakening Newsletter. These newslettes are free and we encourage you to distribute to your friends and family.JOIN US TODAY If you are already a member you can, sign in... read more

No-Knock SWAT Raids Are Unnecessary and Reckless

No Knock Raids (or SWAT Teams Raids) are when a dozen ore more police officers in full gear and artillery break into the homes of unaware citizens without warning. At one time these raids were used sparingly and ONLY when it was determined there would be a high probability of violence, which is why they they go in a militarized fashion. The careless use of SWAT teams in no-knock drug raids has resulted in a long list of innocent people being killed or seriously injured. 2014 alone found SWAT teams in Georgia senselessly killing businessman David Hooks and maiming a toddler. In 2013, a man was shot in his hallway because he was awaken by noises. So grabbed his gunand went to investigate. Unfortunately he was shot by police and the man dies. Only later it was determined they had the wrong house. And when those raids victimize people who aren’t even criminals, officers seldom face criminal charges and are given every benefit of the doubt. On August 5, 2005, a SWAT team converged around the Sunrise, Florida, home of Anthony Diotaiuto. They came to serve a search warrant based on an anonymous tip and an informant’s purchase of a single ounce of marijuana from the 23-yearold bartender and part-time student. A single ounce of marijuana? Hardly the crime of the century. We could go on. Let’s turn it around, if Americans shoot officers during militarized raids—perhaps believing that they are being robbed and are acting in self-defense—charges of first-degree murder are likely. The case of Marvin Louis Guy in Texas is a glaring example. Guy was the target of a no-knock drug raid on May 9, 2014. Officers, operating on a tip from an informant who claimed that Guy was selling bags of cocaine, carried out a SWAT raid on his home in Killeen, Texas at around 5:30 AM—and Guy grabbed his gun and opened fire. Charles Dinwiddie, one of the officers, was hit and died two days later. Guy was charged with capital murder, and prosecutors are seeking the death penalty despite his assertions that he thought he was acting in self-defense. No knock raids are unnecessary and reckless. I can think of very little crimes that require a band of thugs to kick in your door unannounced and point guns in your face. I’m sure you would agree that victimless crimes don’t require that kind of force. These increasingly frequent raids are needlessly subjecting nonviolent offenders,... read more

You Won’t Believe What This Cop Did When The Cameras Weren’t Rolling.

Not all cops are bad. When Hayden Carlo was stopped for an expired registration, he was blown away with the treatment he received from the police officer. You won’t hear of something like this happening everyday, this is just remarkable! There are some good cops out there. Lets hope they see this video. Are you awake Yet? Stay in touch and receive more insights with the America’s Great Awakening Newsletter. If you would like to to see a sample newsletter, click the link below. This is free and we encourage you to distribute to your friends and family. VIEW FREE NEWSLETTER If you are ready to sign up to receive our monthly newsletters, click... read more

Police Lie In Court, Man Is Falsely Charged

A New Jersey man who was facing years in prison after being falsely charged with resisting arrest has had all charges against him dropped after a second police dash cam video was shown in court. Had is not been for this second video, this man would surely have been convicted. It shows just how easy a police officers can lie or skew the truth to convict you. If there is no video it’s your word against theirs. And who do you think they will believe with in court? This is why we write about police corruption. Are you getting the message here? I thought they were suppose to protect and serve. It wasn’t that long ago that a grand jury’s decided not to indict Officer Daniel Pantaleo of the NYPD. Pantaleo placed Eric Garner in a chokehold, a maneuver which has been prohibited by the department since 1993, eventually killing the man. The video showed that Garner was not resisting. The decision by a grand jury not to indict in the death of Eric Garner is a miscarriage of justice. It’s an outrage, it’s a disgrace, it’s a blow to our democracy and it should shock the conscience of every single American who cares about justice and fair play. Grand Juries Almost Never Indict Police Officers Who Kill Citizens There have been close to 1,700 people killed by police since January 1, 2014. Criminal defense and civil rights attorney Ron Kuby told the Latin Post that the only way for police to be held accountable for crimes they commit against the citizenry is through “an independent statewide prosecutor for police misconduct…that’s the only way you will get police accountability, because local district attorneys are locally elected, they frequently rely on many of the same police officers who are investigating other police officers, and they are very reluctant as a rule to second guess the police involving line of duty killings. Sometimes they won’t even present the case to a grand jury.” Just how big is this issue of police killing citizens? Check out this Wikipedia page. It will open your eyes. Nearly two times a week in the United States, a police officer killed someone during a seven-year period. While we all can agree there are some great cops out there. But it’s very obvious their intent is to rule us, not protect us. The situation of police corruption, specifically policemen planting evidence, stealing contraband for their own... read more