Here’s What Really Happened on 9.11 — James Perloff + Video

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On the 16th anniversary of 9/11 author James Perloff joins me to explain what REALLY happened on 9/11/2001. “9/11 Was a False Flag to get into illegal wars”Former FDNY Rudy Dent




Live Stream: Protests In St. Louis Streets After Murder Acquittal For Ex-Cop

Guest Contributor, Jeffery Pritchett

ST. LOUIS, Sept 15 – Hundreds of protesters poured into St. Louis’ streets and some scuffles broke out as they voiced their anger after a Missouri judge on Friday ruled a white former St. Louis police officer was not guilty of murder in the 2011 shooting of a black man.

With the National Guard on standby in case of violence, authorities appealed to protesters to march peacefully in a state where racially charged clashes in the nearby city of Ferguson spawned the Black Lives Matter movement in 2014.

Police said a few protesters threw rocks and water bottles, while witnesses and video showed officers used pepper spray on at least five people about a block from the courthouse. About 50 riot police were on hand, blocking a ramp to a nearby highway.

Jason Stockley, 36, was acquitted of first-degree murder for killing Anthony Lamar Smith, 24. The former policeman, who was arrested in May 2016, was accused of planting a gun in Smith’s car but testified he acted in self-defense.

After the verdict, more than 500 protesters marched in downtown St. Louis, chanting “No justice, no peace” and “Shut it down.” Some held “Black Lives Matter” signs.

“I’m sad, I’m hurt, I’m mad,” the Reverend Clinton Stancil of the Wayman AME Church in St. Louis said by telephone. “We haven’t made any progress since Ferguson, that’s clear. Cops can still kill us with impunity.”

Mayor Lyda Krewson and Governor Eric Greitens, who put the National Guard on standby, appealed for calm. Local schools planned early dismissals and businesses shut down.

“Frustration, anger, hurt, pain, hope and love all intermingle,” Krewson said in a statement. “I encourage St. Louisans to show each other compassion.”

Al Watkins, an attorney for Smith’s fiancee, Christina Wilson, said his client was appalled by the decision. He said the ruling showed prejudice, pointing to a line where the judge wrote that an “urban heroin dealer” without a weapon would be an anomaly.

Judge Timothy Wilson’s highly anticipated ruling was announced more than five weeks after the bench trial ended.

“This court, as a trier of fact, is simply not firmly convinced of defendant’s guilt,” he wrote in his ruling.

Wilson said prosecutors also asked the court to consider a lesser degree of homicide but they did not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Stockley’s use of deadly force was not justified in self-defense.

Stockley’s attorney, Neil Bruntrager, said the ex-officer on Friday was relieved and would seek to rebuild his life. “It’s been a long road for him,” Bruntrager said.


In recent years grand juries have declined to charge officers involved in the 2014 fatal shooting of Michael Brown, 18, which set of nights of violent protest in Ferguson, and the choking death of Eric Garner, 43, in New York. Baltimore police officers also were not convicted in the case of Freddie Gray, who died from a broken neck suffered in a police van in 2015.

Brown’s father, Michael Brown Sr., voiced his frustration after Friday’s verdict.

“You all know this ain’t right and you all continue to do this to us,” he told a St. Louis Fox television station. “Like we don’t mean nothing, like we’re rats, trash, dogs in the streets. Right now, I’m praying for my city because my people are tired of this.”

Protesters chanted as they marched around downtown, at one point reaching police headquarters before moving on.

“What do you say to people here when they have no faith in the system and these buildings,” said Kevin Nevels, 50, of St. Louis, pointing to the courthouse.

Prosecutor Kimberly Gardner said she was disappointed with the verdict and called on protesters to avoid violence.

“I understand the verdict has created anger and frustration for many in our community,” she told reporters at the courthouse. “I am frustrated as well. Destruction of our community is not the answer.”

Smith tried to flee from Stockley on Dec. 20, 2011, following an alleged drug deal, authorities said. During the pursuit, Stockley could be heard saying on an internal police car video he was going to kill Smith, prosecutors said.

At Stockley’s direction, the driver of the police car slammed into Smith’s vehicle and they came to a stop, court documents said. Stockley then approached Smith’s car and shot him five times with his service weapon.

Stockley’s lawyers said he fired in self-defense, believing Smith was reaching for a gun. But prosecutors said the only gun recovered from the scene had only Stockley’s DNA on it.

Stockley waived his right to a jury trial, allowing the judge to decide. He left the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department in 2013 and was arrested last year.

Smith’s family settled a lawsuit against the city for $900,000 in 2013, Watkins said.



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What Youtube and Facebook Really Think of Black People (Video)

by N.Morgan

In the video below, a very intelligent young lady named Candace Owens, the videographer of the Red Pill Black channel on Youtube exposes the hypocrisy of censorship faced by her and other conservative, black Americans.

Youtube, Twitter and other social media giants are censoring videos and Tweets opposing the narrative that this country is on the cusp of a civil war.

Mrs. Owens points out how Hitler used these tactics to gain control of Germany and how we are now being herded in that direction.

Please support Mrs. Owens by following her on Twitter and subscribing to her Youtube, links provided below.

We need more brave souls like her to come forward with these truths.




America, You Have the Power to Shape Your Future, Here’s How You Can Do It (Videos)


(N.Morgan) There are forces in our country who are set on controlling the citizenry with tyrannical censorship, which is quickly becoming the rule of the day, and our right to free speech is dying.

Removal of historical statues from public spaces and museums attempts to erase our past, while a wide range of public speakers are being bullied right off of the college campuses where they were invited to speak, effectively denying the speaker their 1st Amendment right of Free Speech.

It’s time to take back control of the media, it’s the new dawn of “people powered” news and Before Its News is just the platform to do that.

Local governments, organizations and businesses often support financial and procedural abuses, those small everyday forms of corruption which add up over time and hurt both the communities and the citizens.

Big corporations are often hiding actions which the world learns about only when someone in the know stands up and speaks out.

Before Its News is home to Citizen Journalists, we would like to invite more like minded people to share the important news that is developing in your neighborhood.

Before Its News is the only website where you have a chance to present topics that are important to you.

We offer you the last realm of truly free press, with the ability to reach a global audience and share your story with thousands of unique visitors daily.

It’s time for Americans to stand up and fight for their right to free speech. This is your chance to participate in the growing movement of Citizen Journalism.

Before It’s News needs your support as a Citizen Journalist to help expose these everyday crimes.

Having an account allows both the story contributor and the viewer via comments to express their beliefs and their positions on events happening in the world or just in their own backyard, all within an atmosphere without censorship or limits.

We are a free website, where everyone is welcome to open an account, post a story and get that topic in front of a huge audience. Before It’s News does not censor anything on the site, except for stories which violate our Terms of Service, content from known hoax or satire sites which presents false information and if viewers complain about the story content.

Before It’s News receives two to three thousand stories each day, a mix of topics which are happening that day or that week, along with breaking news, commentary, personal tales and so much more.

The stories which make it to the Front Page do so based on both viewer popularity and the editors constant scanning of all these incoming stories to find the best news for the Editor’s Picks and Top 50 Articles list.

Calling all citizen journalists, here is your opportunity to become a part of the growing independent media landscape. Whether an event is happening in your backyard or halfway around the world, if you see it and you have something to say about it, then Before It’s News is a platform where you can speak out about it.

A normal day or night can turn into a larger event in a matter of moments, and if you are there as it unfolds, what a chance to capture live coverage as each second ticks by, and be the first to report what is happening.

Another great benefit to posting on  Before Its News is that you can post anonymously and protect your privacy.

Step up and create your own account by Clicking Here, and begin sharing the news and opinions which are important to you.


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Autopsy Shows Cop Fatally Shot Zachary Hammond In The Back (Video)

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The Police State has claimed yet another innocent victim.

In a report by Free Thought Project, released on Sunday, July 26th, Zachary Hammond was viciously murdered by police while committing the ‘crime’ of assisting a woman with purchasing a plant.

Hammond, 19, who was not armed, was shot through a side window “in self-defense” according to Police Chief John Covington.

However, the Hammond’s attorney says that the autopsy report proves otherwise.

After reviewing the autopsy report, the Hammond’s attorney, Ronnie Richter, stated:

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Another Unnecessary Death: Man Suffering Asthma Attack Dies 3 Miles From ER After Cops Pull Him Over



(N.Morgan) This is one of those cases that makes me despise law enforcement officials for their absolute incompetence,when it comes to medical issues. 29 year old Casey Kressin is now dead, due to police officers not allowing the person he was riding with to get him to the hospital while he was having an asthma attack. The driver, Leah Hryniewicki was speeding and ran a red light trying to Kressin to the ER when she was pulled over by Chippewa Falls Police. Casey Kressin was a passenger in the vehicle that was pulled over Nov. 30 for speeding and running a red light. The video shows Kressin steps out of the car, waves at the officer and kneels on the pavement. The driver, Leah Hryniewicki, tells the officer Kressin can’t breathe because he’s having an asthma attack.

“He’s going to die! This has happened before,” she says. Hryniewicki also tells the officer Kressin has been using a nebulizer to breathe. One of the officers tells Hryniewicki he cannot administer medical treatment to Kressin. The video shows the ambulance arrives less than 6 minutes after the call was placed. Several minutes later, Kressin is on a stretcher and rushed to the hospital, where he later died.

Police Chief Wendy Stelter has said the officer responded to the situation correctly and made the right call by waiting for the ambulance rather than letting the driver continue to the hospital.


I beg to differ with Chief Stelter, this man’s death was completely unnecessary and could have been avoided if the situation had been handled appropriately. Mr. Kressin didn’t have to die. They were 3 miles from the hospital and with Asthma, time is of the essence. You only have minutes to get an attack under control and Mr. Kressin was forced to suffocate to death.








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Anonymous: Operation Safe Winter – Helping The Homeless



(N.Morgan) As we’ve discussed in previous articles, the homeless of this country are being shipped off and removed from the rest of us and they may possibly be being placed into FEMA camps. Anonymous has had enough and the latest mission is to protect and help the homeless.

How long will we allow the most vulnerable of our society to be treated like trash? How long will we stand by as these people are treated less humanely than animals?












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New Video Emerges Of Black Cosplayer Running For His Life From Cops Who Then Shot And Killed Him



(N.Morgan)  2 months after the shooting death of Darrien Hunt, a horrifying surveillance video has emerged showing the young man’s last moments alive. Hunt, 22, lived in Saratoga Springs Utah. The city’s population is 93% white and 0.5% black. The footage shows that he was dressed as a samurai. His family says he was carrying a non-sharp replica sword, and was an anime fan who was cosplaying as a samurai character from a popular anime series. The cops shot him 6 times in the back while he was fleeing for his life. The video contradicts earlier statements by police that Hunt swung the sword at the police officers before they began shooting him.








From an earlier Gawker report:


Hunt’s family disputes that he attacked the cops, and they say the 2 1/2-foot sword, which did not have a sharp edge, was bought at a gift shop and was purely decorative. Hunt, who left behind notebooks full of manga-style drawings, was wearing a red top and blue pants at the time of his death. He was apparently dressed as Mugen from Samurai Champloo.


Hunt’s family plans to file a lawsuit against the police department.






Drawings by Hunt depict what look like Japanese manga characters that Hunt was roleplaying. Photograph: The Hunt family.






Hunt was a dedicated fan of fantasy art and comic books. Photograph: Courtesy of Darrien Hunt family






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Off-Duty Cop Shoots Woman In The Head for Honking Her Horn- Cop Charged With Road Rage



(N.Morgan) An off duty Texas cop shot a 20 year old in the head for honking at him in a road rage incident. Kenneth Caplan allegedly pulled a gun on the woman after she beeped when he cut her off on the 610 South Loop in Houston during evening rush hour on Nov. 11, reports Click2Houston. The Harris County Precinct 6 Deputy Constable is accused of catching up with her car, rolling down his window and pulling the trigger.  Caplan, who had a passenger in the car, then fled the scene.








The woman, who has not been named, incredibly survived the shooting after the bullet just grazed the left side of her head. She managed to pull her vehicle over to the side of the road and dial 911. Paramedics arrived and she was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital with what doctors described as “non life-threatening injuries.” An investigation was launched into Caplan, and he was arrested and charged with aggravated assault on Wednesday. His passenger, who allegedly leaned back so that the shot could be fired, was not charged. The victim, who said she was heading west in the right lane when she was cut off by Caplan’s small blue car, said she now feared retaliation.




The woman was shot on 610 during the evening rush hour Nov. 11, 2014(Photo: Air 11 / KHOU 11)



“I keep thinking someone is going to come up and shoot me,” she told KHOU. “I feel like I got a taste of death, honestly” she added.  She was released from hospital three days after the terrifying incident. Harris County Constable’s Office said in a statement that it “neither condones nor tolerates the actions taken by Caplan.”  “The necessary measures were taken to collect his credentials and remove him from our status,” it added.





Victim’s head after treatment(Photo: KHOU 11)







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Outraged Protesters In Reaction To #Ferguson Across The Country



(N.Morgan) As the verdict in the Darren Wilson case came down last night, my heart sank, knowing what would follow. I cannot say for sure if Wilson is guilty or not, I can only say, there’s a few things that don’t add up here and the Powers That Be in St. Louis just lit the over 60 year fuse of frustration, hardship, and strife. As I watch the TV, I see my home state on fire, I see the pain of the citizens of Ferguson and Missouri as they mourn.

Now, the protests have moved across the country and we are seeing the fall out of injustice.











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