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Clearing your browser history can be deemed ‘obstruction of justice’ in the U.S.

By Lauren O’Neil CBC News June 9, 2015 9:39 AM ET   Clearing your browser history can be deemed ‘obstruction of justice’ in the U.S. Boston Marathon bomber’s acquaintance could face 20 years in prison for deleting files     Next week, a 24-year-old man who knew Boston Marathon bombers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev is scheduled to appear in U.S. Federal […]

Under the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley Act, clearing your browser history could land you a felony charge for destroying records in a federal investigation — whether you realize you're under investigation or not. (Shutterstock/amaze646)

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Shock Security Report: TSA Has a 95% Failure Rate Finding Weapons and Explosives

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com June 1, 2015   Shock Security Report: TSA Has a 95% Failure Rate Finding Weapons and Explosives   With an annual budget of over $7 billion Transportation Security Administration officials claim that they set the standard for excellence in transportation security and counterterrorism. But a recent investigation reveals that when undercover operatives attempted […]


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The Gulf Oil Spill You Never Heard About May Be the Largest Ever

By Deirdre Fulton Common Dreams April 19, 2015   The Gulf Oil Spill You Never Heard About May Be the Largest Ever The AP charges that Taylor Energy Company ‘has downplayed the leak’s extent and environmental impact’     While Gulf Coast residents and environmental groups focus on the upcoming five-year anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon […]


In Chicago, Calls Grow for Investigation Into Homan Square ‘Gestapo Tactics’ 1

By Nadia Prupis Common Dreams March 19, 2015   In Chicago, Calls Grow for Investigation Into Homan Square ‘Gestapo Tactics’ DOJ must bring policing in line with human rights standards, officials and activists say     Cook County commissioner Richard Boykin and U.S. Representative Danny Davis on Wednesday stepped up their demand for the federal […]

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