‘The Department of Justice has just conducted a series of raids across Los Angeles and arrested 238 people in connection with a Hollywood pedophilia network.

According to police, the arrests included some “major Hollywood players” as well as politicians, white-collar professionals, a monk, and other high-ranking clergy members.

The raids were conducted by the Los Angeles Regional Internet Crimes against Children task force, working directly with the Justice Department.

Codenamed “Operation Broken Heart III”, the sweeping raids targeted offenders wanted for the sexual exploitation of children, child prostitution, sex tourism and possessing and distributing child pornography, said Deputy Chief Matt Blake of the Los Angeles Police Department.

Police stated that they are unable to release any names at this point, but confirmed that the arrested included some “household names” in the entertainment industry.’

Read more: 238 Arrested in Major Hollywood Paedophile Ring Bust 

‘Although it is difficult to dispute the story’s central message that individuals who have a sexual attraction to children ‘need help,’ attempting to label pedophilia as a ‘sexual orientation’ crossed the red line for many readers.

In a recent BBC article entitled, ‘Paedophiles need help, not condemnation – I should know,’ we are ‘introduced’ to an anonymous 60-something male who opens this teary-eyed treatise by proclaiming, “It’s a long time since I’ve described myself as a paedophile. Paedophilia is a disorder, a deeply distressing sexual orientation. For me, it’s triggered by traumatic experiences in childhood.”

Did you catch it? If you blinked you missed it. Like one of those clunky bills rammed through Congress on Christmas Eve that is ‘sweetened’ with all sorts of hidden ‘riders,’ the opening line of the article declares that pedophilia now ranks – alongside hetereosexuality, homosexuality and bisexuality – as a “sexual orientation.” A “distressing” one for the pedophile, no doubt, but a sexual orientation nevertheless. But that is simply wrong.’

Read more: BBC pedophile exposé ignores real victims, triggers social-media firestorm

  • Police have been investigating Nick Gordon since the 2015 death of his fiancée Bobbi Kristina Brown, with whom he shared an Alpharetta, Georgia, home
  • No charges have been brought although he was found civilly liable after a lawsuit brought against him 
  • Now DailyMail.com can disclose that two women have told police about allegations of domestic abuse at his hands
  • One is Laura Leal, 26, who told DailyMail.com she feared Gordon, 28, would kill them as he attacked her in a bedroom at his mother’s Sanford, Florida home
  • The other woman’s identity is not being revealed but she has told detectives about abuse at his hands
  • ‘When she heard about what happened to Laura Leal she felt physically sick and knew it was time to finally come forward,’ source tells DailyMail.com 

Prosecutors are close to charging Nick Gordon over the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown after identifying two ex-girlfriends who can testify that he was a serial domestic abuser.

Gordon, 28, was held legally responsible for the 2015 death of Bobbi Kristina, Whitney Houston’s daughter, in a civil case but has never faced criminal proceedings.

However DailyMail.com understands that investigators are ‘increasingly confident’ of bringing charges after identifying further ‘victims’ who can give accounts of his erratic, violent behavior.

They sought help from the first, 26-year-old Laura Leal, after Gordon was arrested earlier this month for allegedly holding her captive at his mother’s Florida home and beating her.

The stock market is luvin’ McDonalds stock, which has continued its recent relentless rise to all time highs, up 26% YTD, oblivious to the carnage among the broader restaurant and fast-food sector. There is a reason for Wall Street’s euphoria: the same one we discussed in January in “Dear Bernie, Meet the “Big Mac ATM” That Will Replace All Of Your $15 Per Hour Fast Food Workers.”

In a report released this week by Cowen’s Andrew Charles, the analyst calculates the jump in sales as a result of the company’s new Experience of the Future strategy which anticipates that digital ordering kiosks (shown above) will replace cashiers in at least 2,500 restaurants by the end of 2017 and another 3,000 over 2018. Cowen also cited plans for the restaurant chain to roll out mobile ordering across 14,000 U.S. locations by the end of 2017 (we did not show that particular math, but the logic was similarly compelling).


‘United Nations UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has expressed concerns about a spike in contacts between Israeli armed forces and Syria militants in recent months.

In a report released recently, Guterres warned that the growing interactions between the two sides could lead to escalation and cause harm to members of the UN Disengagement Observer Force deployed to the Golan Heights.

According to the report, UN observers listed 16 meetings between the Israel forces and the Syria militants in the border area, including on Mount Hermon, in proximity to UN outposts in Syria’s Quneitra Province and the Golan Heights, from March 2 to May 16.

“Relative to the previous reporting period, there has been a significant increase in interaction” between Israeli soldiers and individuals from the Syrian side of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, “occurring on four occasions in February, three in March, eight in April and on one occasion in May,” the report said.’

Read more: ‘Israel’s Secret Engagement’: UN Raises Alarm over ‘Contacts’ Between Israeli Forces and Syrian Terrorists including ISIS-Daesh

‘As a growing number of individual states in the U.S. stand up to the federal government on marijuana prohibition, Mexico legalized medical marijuana nationwide on Monday.

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto issued a decree, following the bill’s overwhelming approval from Mexico’s Senate in December, with a vote of 98-7, and from Mexico’s Lower House of Congress in April, with a vote of 374-7 vote.

The ruling eliminates the prohibition and criminalization of acts related to the medicinal use of marijuana and its scientific research, and those relating to the production and distribution of the plant for these purposes.

The decree stated that the nation’s Ministry of Health would be in charge of “public policies regulating the medicinal use of pharmacological derivatives of cannabis sativa, indica and Americana or marijuana, including tetrahydrocannabinol, its isomers and stereochemical variants, as well as how to regulate the research and national production of them.”’

Read more: Mexico Just Legalized Medical Cannabis Nationwide Exposing America’s Oppression

When you hear “Air America,” there is a good chance the 1990 movie starring Mel Gibson and Robert Downey Jr. is the first thing that comes to mind. The plot revolves around two men who find themselves in the middle of the CIA’s private airline, which is used to deliver food, supplies, and even opium, to a small kingdom during the Vietnam War.

But what if it was more than just a movie plot?

According to the Central Intelligence Agency’s own website, Air America is in fact described as “an airline secretly owned by the CIA,” which was used as “a vital component in the Agency’s operations” in the small Southeast Asian Kingdom of Laos, from 1955 to 1974.

The version presented on the CIA’s website is authored by William M. Leary, a former history professor at the University of Georgia. He attempted to dispel the rumors by blaming Air America’s poor public image on the fact that the blockbuster version featured “a cynical CIA officer who arranged for the airline to fly opium to the administrative capital of Vientiane for a corrupt Asian general—loosely modeled on Vang Pao, a military leader of the mountain-region-based Hmong ethnic group.”’

Read more: Real Life Air America: CIA Exposed Running A Covert Drug Smuggling Airline

  • Weather forecast predicts a high of 120 degrees on Tuesday in Phoenix, and Las Vegas will reach 117 degrees
  • American Airlines has canceled more than 43 flights for Tuesday out of the Sky Harbor International Airport
  • Extreme heat creates changes in the air density that makes it harder for airplanes to take off
  • Airlines respond to extreme temperatures by imposing weight restrictions like carrying less cargo and fuel
  • Officials are warning people to be careful when touching surfaces exposed to the sun – doorknobs, steering wheels and car shifters
  • Gulf Coast states are preparing for heavy rain and flooding as a strong weather system is approaching
  • Tropical storm warning issued for a section of Louisiana’s coast – Cameron, Louisiana, to Intracoastal City
  • The system’s maximum sustained winds early Tuesday are near 40 mph and it’s expected reach the coast either late Wednesday

Temperatures are set to soar to 120F in the Southwestern part of the United States on the first day of summer, causing flights to be cancelled and health warnings issued.

The heat wave is threatening to bring the ‘deadly’ temperatures to several parts of Arizona, but the wrath of the extreme warm weather is also being felt across Nevada and California as well.

Las Vegas is likely to hit 117F on Tuesday, as excessive heat warnings cover almost all of California.

The National Weather Service has been forecasting Tuesday highs of 120F or above in Phoenix for the past several days, a number not seen in the desert city for more than 20 years.

‘That’s deadly heat no matter how you slice it,’ weather service meteorologist Chris Breckenridge said.

American Airlines canceled more than 43 flights on Tuesday in Phoenix operated by regional jets because of the heat. Officials say when the temperature soars, it’s harder for airplanes to take off.

The first day of summer is being marked in the Southwestern part of the United States with a punishing heat wave that has caused flights to be canceled in Phoenix

The first day of summer is being marked in the Southwestern part of the United States with a punishing heat wave that has caused flights to be canceled in Phoenix


Stephen Bittel, the chairman of the Florida Democratic Party, has come under fire after he allegedly ranted against a group of black lawmakers for being “like children.

Florida State Sen. Oscar Braynon tells the Miami Herald that he was told by fellow Florida Democratic Sen. Lauren Book that Bittel went off on a rant against black lawmakers in the state after they objected to his decision to scrap a portion of a Saturday night fundraiser where Braynon and Florida Rep. Janet Cruz would introduce members of their caucuses.

Bittel wanted to cut this portion of the event because former Vice President Joe Biden, who was attending the fundraiser, wanted to leave early so he could spend time with his wife, Jill Biden, on the night of their 40th wedding anniversary.

“He said, ‘They’re like children, these black lawmakers. They just don’t get it,’” Braynon said, relaying what Book told him. “‘I raised more money in this amount of time than they ever could.’”

Braynon also fumed that Bittel had “the audacity of calling me a black child” when he raised objections to Bittel’s plans.


  • The incident occurred in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, at 12:30am on Sunday
  • Officers were called to the scene after a crowd was blocking traffic
  • A fight broke out among three members of the crowd
  • A man in a white T-shirt pulled out a gun and fired more than a dozen shots
  • Seven were injured but treated for non-life threatening injuries
  • The suspect tried to flee via carjacking but was apprehended by police
  • Tourist Bubba Hinson captured the entire event was captured on Facebook Live
  • So far, the video has more than 2.6million views and more than 70,000 shares

Police officers found the stolen vehicle and have identified and apprehended a suspect in the case, according to Lt Joey Crosby (shooting pictured above)

Seven people have been injured following a horrifying overnight shootout in South Carolina that was caught on Facebook Live.

Myrtle Beach Police say the incident occurred Sunday around 12:30am near Ocean Boulevard, by the coast.

Authorities say that a fight broke out among a crowd of people after which the suspect pulled out a gun and began firing. Some people were hit, and taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The video, so far, has more than 2.6million views and has been shared more than 70,000 times.



‘A member of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently informed the public that radioactive waste from the decommissioned Hanford nuclear power plant is ‘flowing freely’ into the Columbia river.

The mighty Columbia river is the largest river in the Pacific Northwest region of America, flowing down from Canada, winding through eastern Washington state and along the border between Oregon, ultimately moving through downtown Portland and into the Pacific. The Hanford site, located near Kennewick, WA is up river from a million or so people, not to mention the wildlife.’

Read More: Radioactive Waste Flowing Freely into Columbia River Because There’s No Money to Stop It


Lots of smoke. Not much light.

I am looking in vain – perhaps I’m not looking
hard enough – for the following items:

# 1. A still or video image of the guy who was
doing the shooting actually DOING the shooting

– No video surveillance in Alexandria, VA at a
park where Congressmen play ball? Really?

# 2. A picture of his “arsenal” and his famous
gym bag

– The media doesn’t do that kind of reporting
any more all of a sudden? No one is asking?
Holding up the shooters weapons and
demonizing them?

# 3. Surveillance footage of him walking to
the park with his bag

– By the way, how big what that bag? Ever
try to put a rifle in a normal gym bag?

None of these things exist – as far as
the news media is concerned.

What have we really got here?

1. Some people were shot

2. A very shaky phone video showing a whole
lot of nothing

3. Eye witness accounts that not only didn’t
see the shooter, but couldn’t even tell
where the shots were coming from.

4. A dead guy – a loner – presumably with some
guns at  his feet…and a humongous gym bag.

The only uninjured cop on the scene – the
one credited with killing the shooter – was not
named in early press reports.

Lots of media background is being shared on
the two cops who were shot early in the action.

Nothing, so far, about the guy who actually saved
the day.

His shot…was not an impossible shot…but hitting
someone with a pistol in an adrenaline filled
combat situation at over 100 feet puts him in
the top 1% of handgun operators.

In a country where a presidential
candidate (RFK) can be shot in the
back of the head at close range by
someone 10 feet IN FRONT OF HIM
– and no one saw anything – does
it add up to you?

Are you hearing common sense questions
like this anywhere else?

But wait, there’s more:

In a country where cops routinely arrest people
for sleeping in their car…

How long do you think you’d be allowed to live
in a van by a ball field where Congressmen gather
frequently while constantly drawing attention to
yourself as an odd and publicly disgruntled guy?

The answer: In Alexandria, VA – for months.

Something is not right with this story


Checkpoint 300

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