Speeding fed kills pedestrian [USA]

(1) No emergency lights -> If his lights were on the Jaywalking pedestrian would have seen
(2) No siren
(3) Didn’t call it in to dispatch
(4) During the ‘chase’, the officer comes to a complete stop, then guns it – as if he’s doing a 0-60 or 0-100 mph test.

Long story short, the officer was suspended for 2 months with pay and is now back to work full time. So for violating department policy of no lights/siren and killing a pedestrian, he gets a paid vacation.… [READ MORE]

USA – Students given threat assessments

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…..just because this title says US only, doesn’t mean that it won’t apply to the UK because it has already been active in UK schools this year at least. Every student is given a “THREAT ASSESSMENT” by police and school administrators. This is used to judge whether they are a threat to the state/government, not to the school or other pupils.

The Safe School Initiative” was implemented through the Secret Service’s National Threat Assessment Center and the Department of Education’s Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program.

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Technology + Mutations Volume 1


Didn’t military studies in the 1950s and 1960s expose microwave radiation health hazards? Yes. A real and pressing concern should be about Wi-Fi in schools and the workplace, which increasingly is being implicated in migraine headaches and numerous other sorts of health anomalies.

PASMA put out a Press Release, which addresses that very issue: RF/EMF radiation.

Pennsylvania’s children are being subjected to excessive electromagnetic frequencies in cell phones, Wi-Fi, and other “smart” gadgets that function by using radiofrequencies.

Dr. Mary Redmayne, of Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, published the paper “International policy and advisory response regarding children’s exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF)” in the journal Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, in which she advises, “[U]sing and storing a device at least 20cm away from the body, and when using devices offline then to put them in flight mode, turn Wi-Fi off at night, and to avoid keeping devices in the bedroom.”

PASMA wants to advise parents, legislators, and utility companies that certain devises cannot be turned off—at night or any time.… [READ MORE]

Government says pharmaceutical drugs kill more people than all illegal drugs combined



THIS STUDY has shown that pharmaceutical drugs cause more overdoses and more deaths than all of the illegal drugs on the market combined. According to the government’s own statistics, listed on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website, deaths relating to pharmaceutical drugs rose to roughly 23,000 last year, which accounts for over half of the total overdose deaths in the country for that time period (US).

The study concluded that, “Teens need help before they reach these tipping points for prescription drug abuse. Adults spotting teens with very high levels of anxiety and at least moderate use of other restricted substances should realize that these are students with a high likelihood of prescription abuse. Male teens with a high need to be popular and teens in generalappear to be at exceptional risk. Campaigns must target parents as well, since they clearly underestimate both the physical risks of prescription drugs and the likelihood that their children will abuse these drugs.”… [READ MORE]

PROVEN – Cars can be remotely hacked

471,000 Hackable Automobiles

All of this is possible only because Chrysler, like practically all carmakers, is doing its best to turn the modern automobile into a smartphone. Uconnect, an Internet-connected computer feature in hundreds of thousands of Fiat Chrysler cars, SUVs, and trucks, controls the vehicle’s entertainment and navigation, enables phone calls, and even offers a Wi-Fi hot spot.

Two hackers were able to remotely control physical parts of a car whilst a driver was in it, around 10 miles away.

Read more: http://www.wired.com/2015/07/hackers-remotely-kill-jeep-highway/[READ MORE]