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originally posted by: Christosterone
I read the indictment papers...every word of them.
Michael Jackson was a VERY, VERY sick predator....
His prey was young boys and his success at predation was enabled by vast repositories of money and media unwilling to read the court transcripts...
Jackson was unequalled in his ability to sexually predate on children with no consequences for decades.
Jerry Sandusky is the only child predator who comes close to Jacksons proficiency in the field of molestation...
I implore anyone who is a fan of his read the court transcripts:
Michael Jackson Court Transcripts in PDF form
originally posted by: TheKnightofDoom
a reply to: mikegrouchy
Why would anyone pay out when accused of child molestation?.
It screams guilt.
TPTB use classified surveillance. It is awfully suspicious to me that the Police grabbed him just after he uploaded the video taken on a phone. Almost like they get special access and could see the location the video was uploaded from. All these special secrets and powers; supposedly for our own good, and our own protection. And here we see a demonstration in the wild. It will be used against us. Not for us.
The athlete and his journalist girlfriend, Laura McQuillan, have arrived in Toronto just days after Mr Lee was bundled into a car by men believed to be military police officers and forced to withdraw cash from two ATMs.
A day after that incident, military police showed up unexpectedly at the couple's Rio apartment, prompting them to call the civil police and seek assistance from the New Zealand Embassy.
That was followed up by another visit from the military police - this time at midnight - and the couple decided to pack up and leave.
Read more: www.newshub.co.nz...
On Wednesday night, government employees angry over delayed salary payments took to the streets in Angra dos Reis, a city near Rio de Janeiro, and confronted the procession carrying one of the Olympic torches.
Chaotic scenes caught on amateur video show a crowd of young people appearing to steal the torch from the procession and then extinguish it. Local news reports said that the Brazilian military eventually disbanded the protests using tear gas and rubber bullets, and in return were showered with rocks and bricks by the crowd. One child was reportedly injured. The torch relay was temporarily halted.
Outpourings of anger have plagued Brazil, which is about to welcome an estimated half a million tourists and athletes for the quadrennial Games. The state of Rio de Janeiro, where the Games are being hosted, is in the midst of a crippling cash crunch, and hasn't paid some government employees in more than two months. Crime is also on the rise, and Brazilian police and paramilitary forces have struggled to cope as the financial crisis has led the government to reduce their numbers.
The Olympics are showing the world our true face.
Just some heads up for anyone wondering and asking, I will try to explain. We have basically two types of polices responsible for public security in day-by-day. The Military Police and the Civil Police. Both polices controlled by the STATE of Rio de Janeiro, not the city itself. The military police acts as a preventive police meanwhile the civil one is responsible for the investigative stuff. The sad and most important part is that both are steeped in corruption (Be involving money public or connection with drug traffic), they have a scary lack of preparation to deal with everyday situations, for example, it's common to see cases of racism and discrimination inside the favelas and militia groups formed by cops.
Furthermore all, they decide to host the biggest sporting event in the world in the city that kills more people each day that the war in Iraq. The police DEFINITELY do not know the basic necessary for communication in English, much less a moral code able to guide tourists and not extort money.
This is Brazil, a country burning by corruption and discrimination that begins in the government and directly affects our society.
Sorry about the english mistakes, this is not my first language.
Much like the Illuminati, the Rio Olympics now boasts its very own All Seeing Eye.
For the low, low price of $8 million dollars, the Brazilian government snapped up this swell piece of repurposed military surveillance hardware. Sure, there are already a reported 85,000 total cops and soldiers plus an unknown number of private security forces patrolling the streets, but since they can’t be everywhere all the time, it’s probably for the best that Rio has decided to go full Panopticon.
As Fast Company reported on Wednesday, a private contractor employed by the Brazilian Ministry of Justice will be will operating Simera, a surveillance system built by Logos Technologies and originally utilized by the U.S. Department of Defense in Iraq and Afghanistan.