Monday, August 12, 2019


You will likely be as outraged as I was when seeing the footage of what really can be described as an armed home invasion under the color of law. It is important that every officer involved here be charged and convicted. If they are not it is only yet another blatant example of a double standard. Without a warrant they were not acting in "an official capacity" as they had no authority to invade this home. Logic at that point should kick in. If you or I did the same thing, what would happen to us? 

That is what should happen to them. No more no less.

Let's help this family by making this VIRAL and bringing these cops to JUSTICE! 
Below are the contact numbers for this corrupt department.
(Please be kind, calm and to the point. We do not seek to harass, or in any way be accused of anything more than asserting our 1st Amendment protected right to give redress to a serious grievance.) 

Framingham PD Phone Number: 508-872-1212
Farmingham PD Facebook page: 
Farmingham - Google Review: CLICK HERE
(looking forward to seeing your review - I just left mine) 

Officer Names/Badge #s
Detectives: Frances Torres – 334 
Steve O'Rourke – 349 
Sgts: Ottaviani – 312 
Pomales – 227 Jason Ball – 337 
Deros – 286 Police: 
Coffin – 309 
McDonald – 337 
Machado - 335

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Saturday, August 10, 2019


Well I said this would happen. As of 8/10/2019 it has been alleged that Jeffrey (Rot in Hell) Epstein took his own life. When I heard this I said "took his life where, to Tel Aviv? But anyway, this is how the report goes "officially", and you all know in this case what I think about "officially"...

A little over two weeks ago, Epstein was found on the floor of his cell with bruises on his neck , according to a person familiar with the matter who spoke on condition of anonymity. At the time, it was not clear whether the injuries were self-inflicted or from an assault.

The Bureau of Prisons confirmed that he had been housed in the jail’s Special Housing Unit, a heavily secured part of the facility that separates high-profile inmates from the general population. Until recently, the same unit had been home to the Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.

A person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press that Epstein had been taken off suicide watch. The person wasn’t authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke to AP on condition of anonymity. It wasn’t immediately clear when he was taken off suicide watch.

Cameron Lindsay, a former warden who ran three federal lockups, said “Unequivocally, he should have been on active suicide watch and therefore under direct and constant supervision" and that the death represents “an unfortunate and shocking failure, if proven to be a suicide.” Although to be perfectly honest, knowing the likelihood of his Honey Pot Operation, I find it far more likely that he is on a private jet to Tel Aviv or places unknown. Perhaps he is on his way to hang out with Osama Bin Laden.
Epstein’s arrest last month launched separate investigations into how authorities handled his case initially when similar charges were first brought against him in Florida more than a decade ago. U.S. Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta resigned last month after coming under fire for overseeing that deal when he was U.S. attorney in Miami.
On Friday, more than 2,000 pages of documents were released related to a since-settled lawsuit against Epstein’s ex-girlfriend by Virginia Giuffre, one of Epstein’s accusers. The records contain graphic allegations against Epstein, as well as the transcript of a 2016 deposition of Epstein in which he repeatedly refused to answer questions to avoid incriminating himself.
An exterior view of the Metropolitan Correctional Center jail where financier Jeffrey Epstein
 was found dead in New York on Aug. 10. (Jeenah Moon/Reuters)
Sigrid McCawley, Giuffre’s attorney, said Epstein’s suicide less than 24 hours after the documents were unsealed “is no coincidence.” McCawley urged authorities to continue their investigation, focusing on Epstein associates who she said “participated and facilitated Epstein’s horrifying sex trafficking scheme.”  
The FBI and the Office of the Inspector General at the Department of Justice will investigate his death.
In other words, it is the very place to put a high-profile and potentially suicidal defendant such as Epstein.
If any prisoner in the federal system should have been a candidate for suspicion of suicide, it was the high-profile and disgraced Epstein. All administrative and structural measures should have been in place to ensure it could not happen. And yet it apparently did.
First, consider the MCC itself. It is a high-rise, forbidding administrative detention facility in the south of Manhattan. Its population consists almost entirely of prisoners, like Epstein, awaiting trial in federal court in Manhattan. It has been referred to as the “Guantanamo of New York” for its stringent security measures. It is the facility of choice for notorious federal defendants, often in special administrative segregation units, having previously housed John Gotti, Bernard Madoff, Omar Abdel Rahman and, and as i already mentioned - recently, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán.
Second, consider the BOP’s suicide prevention protocol. Epstein was found last month unconscious in his MCC cell with marks on his neck. If he was not on suicide watch, it would be astonishing. Yet if he were on suicide watch, his death would be virtually inconceivable.
The BOP’s suicide prevention protocol entails, first and foremost, human eyes on the prisoner 24 hours a day. It also requires a strict deprivation of anything — shoelaces, sheets, pillowcases — that could possibly be used to hang oneself. It also requires disabling anything that could be used to tie a noose — vents, sprinkler heads, etc.
Finally, we are not talking about inexperienced yokels. BOP personnel, especially at MCC, are the best professionals in the corrections industry, and they receive special training in administrating suicide prevention. Who better to guard against such a horrific development?
At this point, questions abound, and BOP has to address them promptly.
The first: Was Epstein on suicide watch, and if not, why not? Among the reports cascading out in the few hours since Epstein’s body was ALLEGEDLY found areanonymous statements that Epstein had been on suicide watch but was taken off it. If so, the decision to remove him appears to have been a colossal error that must be thoroughly probed. 
The second: How exactly did Epstein manage to ALLEGEDLY kill himself, and why exactly was it that he had access to the tools?
Third, is there a video of Epstein’s cell at the crucial time? There should be, and it will reveal exactly how and when they ALLEGEDLY say that Epstein killed himself.

Several of Epstein’s accusers said Saturday that they’re disappointed that the financier won’t have to face them in court or serve a long prison sentence if convicted. They called on federal authorities to investigate associates of Epstein for any role in his activities.
Sigrid McCawley, an attorney representing one accuser, said in a statement that “the reckoning of accountability begun by the voices of brave and truthful victims should not end” with Epstein’s death.
Another accuser, Jennifer Araoz, who came forward after the new charges were filed, said she was angered by Epstein’s suicide. Araoz alleged that Epstein raped her in his New York mansion in the early 2000s when she was 15.
“We have to live with the scars of his actions for the rest of our lives, while he will never face the consequences of the crimes he committed the pain and trauma he caused so many people,” she said.

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Saturday, August 3, 2019


RTR TRUTH MEDIA (New York City) Jeffrey E. Epstein, the wealthy financier who is accused of sex trafficking, had an unusual dream: He hoped to seed the human race with his DNA by impregnating women at his vast New Mexico ranch.

Mr. Epstein over the years confided to scientists and others about his scheme, according to four people familiar with his thinking, although there is no evidence that it ever came to fruition.

Much of this could be distraction from what really is going on, but there are enough facts contained here to use this report to continue to illustrate the Israeli Mossad involvement. I’m also curious as to Unit 8200-Talpiots involvement into this AI/Eugenics angle.

Mr. Epstein’s vision reflected his longstanding fascination with what has become known as transhumanism: the science of improving the human population through technologies like genetic engineering and artificial intelligence. Critics have likened transhumanism to a modern-day version of eugenics, the discredited field of improving the human race through controlled breeding. Epstein was also a proponent of Eugenics. 

NYT Article:

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Wednesday, July 31, 2019


Just when I thought I had been creeped out all I could for a week, along comes Alan Dershowitz again to make sure we remain sufficiently disgusted and extra creeped out. 

Alan Dershowitz. Photo: John Lamparski/Getty Images

Below is a recap of the past week or so in the life of Alan Dershowitz, the attorney and TV pundit who stands accused of having sex with two of billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged under age trafficking victims at his direction:

First, in an op-ed in Newsmax on July 17, Dershowitz publicly condemns an imminent New Yorker “hit piece” about him and his connection to Epstein, claiming that it’s full of lies. A week and a half later, the piece comes out, with both of his accusers, Virginia Roberts Giuffre and Sarah Ransome, going on the record about their experiences with Dershowitz. The article also reveals that he has a history of smearing rape victims in the press, of strangely fixating on men accused of rape in his law school classes, and of arguing to lower the age of consent to 15. 

In response, Dershowitz decides … to tweet more about that last topic. No we sh!t you not!!!

Dershowitz seems to have forgotten that he suggested in his 1997 op-ed unearthed by the New Yorker that the age of consent be lowered to 15, not 16In fact, at the time, he wrote  emphatically, “It certainly should not be as high as 17 or 16.”

Despite his decision to add a year to that original number, he apparently still thought it was a good time to double down on his views. As in the op-ed, he repeated a faulty analogy comparing statutory rape laws and the constitutional right to abortion, as if they contradict each other.

This is what we might call a prime example of the fallacy that one can successfully “post through it.” Consider this a PSA that a Twitter meltdown is never a good idea, especially if you’re being sued for defamation by multiple people.

“It would be a terrible thing to  criminalize lies.”

                          —- Alan Dershowitz