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JP Morgan donates 4.6 million to NYPD

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posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 07:58 PM
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I would think its a payoff for something that was swept under the rug. I knew a protest was coming soon as they showed them in the middle east then london its are generation we where the rebels with unemployment around 50% for 25-35 year olds it was a matter of time. I would think the banks that left so many homeless would wanna beef up there security for when the masses turn. Kinda shocked 9 million went homeless so far since 2007 might be more but if they all took to the street there voice would be heard. As far as I'm concerned the banks that failed should be removed not sucking up 90+ billion of tax payer cash while while having the highest forecloser rate. I see it as taking cash from are childrens and grandchildren to pay the banks and in the same time the banks kick out the tax payers to raise the children they stole from why hasn't there been a big flip out over this just what they gave jp morgan would of kept the 9 million in there homes thats assuming they owed less than 10 thosand each




posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 08:07 PM
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Originally posted by marg6043
reply to post by GogoVicMorrow
 


Well, well, well, the fat rats are buying now the police department in NY, interesting, I guess the whores in congress campaign money will be short this coming elections


I am surprised that Mercenaries has not been hired to protect Wall street
edit on 1-10-2011 by marg6043 because: (no reason given)


Way to go, Marg. That's exactly what I thought!



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 08:21 PM
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I tell you, the political whores will be missing their campaign money if the fat rats keep buying everybody around "public security".



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 08:23 PM
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Well this should make you a lot more angry,

The Fed's $16 Trillion Bailouts Under-reported

The corrupted banking institutions has gotten a lot more than reported by our corporate government, they keep giving money away to the fat rats and they keep screwing the population.

www.forbes.com...



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 09:22 PM
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Well then you can write 98 years on your sign. How about that?
And you know exactly why I say 10 years. I'm fully aware of the roots of our problems, implementation of the fed, american coup by the Bush's, CIA, and so forth. I am talking about that race that sparked 10 years ago that has depleted our rights more rapidly than anything else at any other time.


edit on 2-10-2011 by GogoVicMorrow because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 4 2011 @ 02:21 PM
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So who is NYPD protecting and serving? I was interested in these NYPD TARU guys and who are they and what kind of special unit is TARU?

They hide in the crowd with video cameras.


You don't see them at all.


But when things start to go down you see the tan pants and blue #s in the middle of things.


Are they terrorist investigators?


Seems these guys are live broad casting to a major intel center in order to direct actions on the ground.

www.pelco.com...

But with duel jobs who are they protecting and who is running things? Heres one of the NYPD NARU guys. He has two jobs 22 years with NYPD and 11 years Corporate Security Specialist ?

www.linkedin.com...



Anthony Rupolo's Experience
Corporate Security Specialist R & R Security Services Inc.
Security and Investigations industry

May 2000 – Present (11 years 6 months)

WE SPECIALIZE IN: TECHNICAL SURVEILLANCE COUNTERMEASURE SWEEPS, INSTALLATION OF COVERT CAMERAS, PHYSICAL BUILDING/FACILITY SECURITY SURVEYS, BUILDING RISK ASSESSMENT

Detective / Technician New York City Police Department T.A.R.U.
Security and Investigations industry

July 1989 – Present (22 years 4 months)



posted on Oct, 4 2011 @ 02:23 PM
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Isn't that considered conflict of interest? I guess when it comes to corporate corruption and the NY history of been bought up with briberies is nothing new.



posted on Oct, 4 2011 @ 02:25 PM
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As the situation around the world developes, masks fell off, comming clearly out of the woodwork and shadows, many more can finally be awakened on their own free will to realities of whom are the key players of mankind's misery.

JP Morgan will not be forgotten for what they had done. Not by a long shot. Around the world.
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posted on Oct, 4 2011 @ 02:27 PM
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I figured they were gathering footage so they can make later arrests if they catch something and don't get the person. They did that in the London riots. Don't forget facial recognition software.



posted on Oct, 4 2011 @ 02:32 PM
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Judge won't stop NYPD from busing protesters

The Associated Press

October 04, 2011 02:41 PM EDT


www.ajc.com/news/nation-world/judge-wont-stop-nypd-1194320.html


NEW YORK — A federal judge in New York City has denied a temporary restraining order that would have prevented police from using city buses to transport arrested protesters.

The decision was issued Tuesday.

On Monday, the transit union filed a lawsuit. It wants to stop police from making drivers leave their routes to take protesters to holding facilities.

The Transport Workers Union of Greater New York says police ordered bus drivers to go to the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday. They'd made more than 700 arrests there during the Occupy Wall Street demonstration.

The lawsuit had asked for a court order to stop the practice.

The city Law Department has said the NYPD's actions were proper.



posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 12:38 PM
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I wonder why the NYPD TARU units that work with NYPD and counter terrorism who video broadcast to the command centers with the video cameras they hold have private security details protecting them.. Isit Blackwater? NYPD TARU units wear tan pants and ussually a blue jacket that says NYPD TARU. You can see them in this video starting at 1:15 seconds into the video. The Private Security detail has his hand on the NYPD TARU guys back. This is to let the TARU guy know his body gaurd is behind him and protecting him. If the NYPD TARU guy is a cop why does he need a body gaurd. Are we giving cops body gaurds now. I thought thats what they were supposed to be the protectors?



Heres what the TARU guys look like.




NYPD TARU is only allowed to film for the protection from terrorism?

www.nyc.gov...



Supported by the sworn declarations of David Cohen, a 35-year-veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency, now the NYPD’s Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence, the City argued that unprecedented security concerns, specifically those raised by the September 11, 2001 attacks, required removal of the Handschu restrictions, and the restoration of NYPD’s ability to investigate within constitutional bounds.

The City’s legal team on the case included Gail Donoghue, Special Assistant to the Corporation Counsel, and Zachary A. Cunha, an Assistant Corporation Counsel in the Special Federal Litigation Division. “The Police Department has the enormous responsibility to combat terrorism,” Donoghue said. “We are very grateful that the judge has granted the police the ability to investigate terrorism more effectively and better protect New York City.”


But the perrmission was granted to a 35-year-veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency who then took a job with NYPD?
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posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 05:28 PM
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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 09:32 PM
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Heres a video talking about the NYPD TARU and the guys with suits who follow them and they claim the guys with suits gets a phone call and arrest begin.



NYPD TARU use video cameras that broadcast what they see to a NYPD headquarters at One Police Plaza.



But this is not just a normal headquarters the 8th floor of the building is a data mining operation ran by the man in charge. David Cohen a retired 35 year CIA veteran who the NYPD hired to run the intelligence division. But it seems they have a problem with oversight of this guy and the NYPD TARU and the NYPD intelligence division.

Heres some of the details about the NYPD intelligence division.


Technology
The RTCC uses a number of data sources including a massive data warehouse in which billions of records are made available to detectives and other officers within minutes, instead of days or weeks. These include but are not limited to:

More than 5 million New York State criminal records, parole and probation files
More than 20 million New York City criminal complaints, arrests, 911/311 calls and summonses spanning five years
More than 31 million national crime records
More than 33 billion public records
The Crime Center employs satellite imaging and sophisticated mapping of New York City (using Geographic Information System software) precinct-by-precinct. The link analysis capacity of the RTCC can track suspects to all of their known addresses and point detectives to the locations where they are most likely to flee.

The Real Time Crime Center was built with the oversight of integrated solution provider Dimension Data.


Now the problem with the oversight.



NEW YORK — Nobody in New York government has the expertise and authority to oversee the police department's secret intelligence operations, a leading city councilman says, raising questions about what checks exist on a department that has infiltrated mosques and subjected entire Muslim neighborhoods to surveillance and scrutiny.

Peter Vallone, the chairman of the council's Public Safety Committee, said the council doesn't have the power to subpoena the NYPD for its intelligence records. And even if it did, he said the operations are too sophisticated for city officials to effectively oversee. More oversight is likely needed, he said, perhaps from the federal government.

"That portion of the police department's work should probably be looked at by a federal monitor," he said after Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly testified Thursday at City Hall.

If the council cannot oversee the intelligence division, it's unclear who can. The NYPD's intelligence unit is a politically sensitive topic for Washington, which has invested more than $1.6 billion in the department since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Congress and Obama administration officials say they also have no authority to monitor the day-to-day intelligence operations of the NYPD.


www.huffingtonpost.com...

So nobody is watching the CIA guy who is running the NYPD intelligence division. Nobody has the legal right to question what he does or even see what he is doing not even the FEDS or Obama? And this is who is in charge of the NYPD TARU units video taping Occupy Wall Street. And the guys with suits who get cell phone calls that say arrest those protestors. So when JP Morgan donates to the NYPD for more video surveillance on Wall Street this guy is who gets the money and nobody is allowed to know what he does with it or how it is used or even for what purpose.



The intelligence unit was built with unusual help from the CIA. A veteran officer, while on the CIA payroll, was the architect of many of the intelligence programs now under scrutiny. And the agency trained an NYPD detective at the famed spy school known that as the Farm, then returned him to New York to put his skills to work.

Recently, the CIA sent one of its most senior clandestine officers to work out of NYPD headquarters.

The CIA's inspector general is investigating whether that relationship was improper. The U.S. director of national intelligence, James Clapper, recently told Congress that it did not look good for the CIA to be involved in any city police department's operations.

Lawmakers in Washington and New York have also requested investigations by the U.S. Justice Department and New York attorney general.


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posted on Oct, 8 2011 @ 04:34 PM
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Now we have propaganda war from Forbes.

www.forbes.com...



Warning to Occupy Wall Street - Rape Can Still be Part of the Penalty


I guess the show Forbes on Fox has expanded the Propaganda machine for the rich.



posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 05:26 PM
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Just ran across this eye-opener newspiece titled: "Who Really Owns The NYPD? Turns Out It's Not Such A Rhetorical Question" crooksandliars.com...


If you’re a Wall Street behemoth, there are endless opportunities to privatize profits and socialize losses beyond collecting trillions of dollars in bailouts from taxpayers. One of the ingenious methods that has remained below the public’s radar was started by the Rudy Giuliani administration in New York City in 1998. It’s called the Paid Detail Unit and it allows the New York Stock Exchange and Wall Street corporations, including those repeatedly charged with crimes, to order up a flank of New York’s finest with the ease of dialing the deli for a pastrami on rye.


This article also demonstrates that the "revolving door" policies between govt/corps extends to NYPD/Stock Exchange:


There has also been a bizarre revolving door between the Wall Street millionaires and the NYPD at times. One of the most puzzling career moves was made by Stephen L. Hammerman. He left a hefty compensation package as Vice Chairman of Merrill Lynch & Co. in 2002 to work as Deputy Commissioner of Legal Matters for the NYPD from 2002 to 2004. That move had everyone on Wall Street scratching their head at the time. Merrill collapsed into the arms of Bank of America on September 15, 2008, the same date that Lehman went under.


It appears that NYis the epitomy of Fascist Police State. If this is supposed to be a role-model for policing in the future around the country, this apparatus needs to be dismantled. I am confident that when enough New Yorkers awaken to what's going down in their city, they will lead the charge.



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