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It Seems the Media Are Really Going to Ignore Pictures of Bill Clinton With a Sex Slave

https://ift.tt/2QHKU3M Yesterday, my colleague Nick Arama posted on the recent photos that revealed Bill Clinton not only on Jeffrey Epstein’s “Lolita Express” private jet, but also showed the former president posing with a sex slave that Epstein was then currently abusing. While this particular woman (now 40) says that Clinton himself didn’t abuse her, it sure seems newsworthy that he’d be on the same plane with Epstein while these girls were present. Why else would a group of young, underaged girls (in some cases) be flying around with them? Bill Clinton is a lot of things. Dumb is not one of them and the idea that he was just oblivious to what was going on doesn’t begin to pass the smell test. But if you had the legacy media doing a complete blackout of this story, despite the obvious implications, collect your winnings at the window. I did a quick perusal of Google and found that not a single major legacy outlet covered this story. Not CNN, not any of the broadcast networks, not M…
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More than 2 million voters approved North Carolina's voter ID amendment. One unelected Democratic judge threw it out.

https://ift.tt/2TjfJxg It’s a cornerstone of our democracy: Government is to be of the people, by the people, and for the people, deriving its authority from the consent of the governed. These fundamental principles are at stake in North Carolina, due to a ruling from an activist federal judge on voter ID. It’s amazing that we’re still having this debate today. Presidents from Jimmy Carter to Donald Trump have advocated for the use of IDs to protect the integrity of the vote, and the Supreme Court has confirmed that states have the right to safeguard their elections. Thirty-five states have done so already, passing laws requiring voters to show identification before casting their ballots. Against that backdrop, voters in North Carolina overwhelmingly approved adding an ID requirement to the state constitution in 2018. The General Assembly quickly took up the task of drafting a law to put that mandate into place. The result was a voter ID law that is a model for the nation—making it ea…

Epstein jail CCTV erased by 'technical errors'

https://ift.tt/39Ulho2 Surveillance video from disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein's first suspected suicide attempt was destroyed by accident, prosecutors say. US prosecutors say the jail mistakenly saved footage from the wrong cell. Epstein, a convicted sex offender, first tried to kill himself in July last year, then hanged himself in jail in August while awaiting trial on federal sex-trafficking charges. He had pleaded not guilty to abusing dozens of girls, some as young as 14. Soon after Epstein's death, in August, two of the CCTV cameras outside his cell had malfunctioned and were being examined by the FBI, US media reported. The case of Jeffrey Epstein - in 300 words How conspiracy theories spread after Epstein's death Epstein was found semi-conscious in his prison cell with injuries to his neck on 25 July. After this incident, he was placed on suicide watch. Eventually, Epstein was moved to a different cell, where he died on 10 August. Two prison guards have since …

Why is a 22GB database containing 56 million US folks' personal details sitting on the open internet using a Chinese IP address? Seriously, why?

https://ift.tt/2TamCkO Exclusive A database containing the personal details of 56.25m US residents – from names and home addresses to phone numbers and ages – has been found on the public internet, served from a computer with a Chinese IP address, bizarrely enough. The information silo appears to belong to Florida-based CheckPeople.com, which is a typical people-finder website: for a fee, you can enter someone's name, and it will look up their current and past addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, names of relatives, and even criminal records in some cases, all presumably gathered from public records. However, all of this information is not only sitting in one place for spammers, miscreants, and other netizens to download in bulk, it's being served from an IP address associated with Alibaba's web hosting wing in Hangzhou, east China, for reasons unknown. It's a perfect illustration that not only is this sort of personal information in circulation, it's also in…

Lara Logan cornered by Mexican police, threatened while investigating sex-traffickers' city

https://ift.tt/2ZL6mYE Veteran war correspondent Lara Logan was cornered by Mexican police and threatened with violence while investigating one of the world's most notorious sources of human trafficking -- a small city deep inside Mexico. Logan and her team traveled to Tenancingo in October 2019 as part of her soon-to-be-released Fox Nation series, "Lara Logan Has No Agenda"

Advocate files plea in Telangana high court to trace over 2,000 missing kids

https://ift.tt/2QLdVuh HYDERABAD: An advocate, whose letter played a key role in ridding Yadadri of its infamous child trafficking and prostitution tag, has now set his eyes on tracing the missing children in Telangana. He stated that had police not closed missing cases and carried out proper investigation, Hajipur killings could have been averted. Advocate Rapolu Bhaskar, whose letter on the woes of children caught in the clutches of trafficking mafia moved the high court, has now filed a public interest litigation (PIL) on the missing children. The high court had converted his letter into a PIL and ordered crackdown and freed Yadadri from the menace. In his latest PIL, the advocate mentioned about the cases of missing children in Telangana. “Between 2015 and 2018, 2,000 children—1,350 girls and 650 boys — went missing. What is alarming is the fact that police are closing these cases without tracing the children,” he stated in his petition. “Children are being kidnapped by mafia elem…

62 Ethiopian children intercepted in a suspected case of human trafficking - Xinhua | English.news.cn

https://ift.tt/2MYzTsw Police in northern Ethiopia's Amhara regional state have intercepted 62 children in a suspected case of human trafficking, an Ethiopian official said on Sunday. Yimer Abate, Chief Officer of the Crime Prevention Division, Qallu locality, South Wollo zone in Amhara regional state, said the 62 children were intercepted on Friday evening while they were allegedly being trafficked using several autorickshaws, reported state media outlet Ethiopia News Agency (ENA). Abate said the 62 children who range between 12-year-old to late teens included 38 females were hidden in houses in a forested, isolated area of Qallu locality. Police suspect the 62 children were on the way to being trafficked to neighboring Djibouti on transit to their final destinations across the Red Sea in the Arabian Peninsula. In September 2019, police in Qallu locality intercepted more than 1, 000 individuals in one of the largest anti-human trafficking operations in Ethiopia in recent years. E…