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Newsbud presents major new revelations by former FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds. Edmonds, known as the most classified and gagged person in US history, takes on the US Congress and the culprit media in one of the most significant and longest ongoing political/criminal cover-ups involving the FBI, a notorious political mob in Chicago, a well-known elected official and her convicted criminal spouse. Further, she renews her public call for joint testimony under oath before the US Congress. Do not miss this in-depth exposé shedding light on just how notoriously corrupt criminals are given immunity and untouchable status, not only by the US government, but also by the Deep-State collaborators- the US media.

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‘In a case highlighting the infiltration of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) by transnational criminal organizations, twelve current and former TSA officers and airport staff were indicted for allegedly trafficking over 20 tons of cocaine — worth over $100 million — into the U.S. over an 18-years timeframe.

Last Wednesday, a federal grand jury returned an indictment against the twelve defendants, who are charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine.

From 1988 to 2016 the conspirators allegedly smuggled about 40,000 pounds, or twenty tons, of cocaine through Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and into the United States, according to the DOJ.’

Read more: TSA Busted In Massive $100 Million, 40,000 Lb Cocaine Smuggling Conspiracy

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Louisville, Kentucky, has become the latest American city to have experienced an alarming cluster of heroin overdoses, with 52 drug-related emergency calls coming in during 32 hours last week.

According to Louisville Metro Emergency Services, it was more than double the number of overdose calls that came in during the same time period the previous week.

The agency said the 911 calls started coming in at around midnight on Thursday and continued through 8am on Friday.

Alarming spike: Louisville Metro Emergency Services received 52 calls about heroin overdoses between midnight on Thursday and 8am on Friday, which was more than double the number of overdose calls that came in during the same time period the previous week

Alarming spike: Louisville Metro Emergency Services received 52 calls about heroin overdoses between midnight on Thursday and 8am on Friday, which was more than double the number of overdose calls that came in during the same time period the previous week

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‘Federal prosecutors are weighing bringing child-pornography charges against former congressman Anthony Weiner over sexually explicit exchanges he allegedly had with a 15-year-old girl, according to people familiar with the matter.

Mr. Weiner, a New York Democrat, is being investigated by the U.S. attorney’s office in Manhattan and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which seized his electronic devices, including a laptop and a cellphone, as part of the probe.

Officials initiated the investigation last fall, after the Daily Mail in the U.K. reported that Mr. Weiner had exchanged sexually explicit messages and photos with the girl.’

Read more: Prosecutors weigh child-pornography charges against Anthony Weiner

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While certain members of the mainstream media are fixated on President Donald Trump’s tweets, one story written by MSM may have flown under the radar. The Free Thought Project has consistently reported the safety of marijuana, its uses, and its benefits.

However, the federal government, state governments, and local governments, all continue to lock away otherwise law abiding citizens for using, and sharing marijuana. Now, one member of the mainstream media is starting to sound a lot like The Free Thought Project. Vox, in its article “The 3 Deadliest Drugs in America Are Legal”, written by German Lopez, tells the truth about legal substances which are killing people left and right.’

Read more: As Cops Keep Going After Marijuana, The Three Deadliest Drugs In America Are All LEGAL

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A suspect in the fatal shooting of an Orlando police officer was captured Tuesday after a week-long manhunt, authorities said. The Orlando Police Department tweeted Tuesday night that 41-year-old Markeith Loyd, left, was in custody, ending a manhunt that began with the Jan. 9 fatal shooting of Lt. Debra Clayton, right, outside a Wal-Mart store. Local television stations showed Loyd had a bloodied face when a half-dozen officers and deputies took him into police headquarters.

Video of a bloodied suspect wanted in the murder of an Orlando police officer has emerged as he was apprehended after a nine-day manhunt on Tuesday evening.

The Orlando Police Department tweeted Tuesday night that 41-year-old Markeith Loyd was in custody, ending a laborious search that began with the January 9 fatal shooting of Lt. Debra Clayton outside a Walmart store.

Loyd was wanted in connection to the murder of his pregnant ex-girlfriend, and shot dead Lt. Clayton when she spotted and approached him. Another officer, Deputy Norman Lewis, was killed in a motorcycle accident when he joined in the manhunt for Loyd.

Local television stations showed Loyd with a bloodied face when a half-dozen officers and deputies took him into police headquarters, as he told a crowd that authorities had ‘beat him up’.

Police Chief John Mina tweeted confirmation of the arrest, stating: ‘Captured and wearing Lt. Debra Clayton’s handcuffs.’

 

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  • Alexis Manigo, 18, gave her first interview since it was revealed that she had been abducted from a Jacksonville, Florida hospital hours after she was born 
  • The teenager said that she does not want to see Gloria Williams, the woman who raised her for the past 18 years, sent to prison 
  • ‘She made one mistake, but I was loved. From that one mistake I was given the best life,’ said Manigo
  • Manigo met with her birth parents, Craig Aiken and Shanara Mobley, for the first time last week
  • She will not reveal when she learned that she had been kidnapped for fear of incriminating Williams 
  • Arika Williams, a friend and ‘half-sister’ to Manigo, said in an interview on Wednesday that the teenager learned the truth two years ago

The South Carolina teenager who was snatched from a Florida hospital when she was just a newborn broke her silence on Wednesday morning, saying that she does not want to see the woman who allegedly abducted her sent to prison.

‘I understand what she did was wrong, but just don’t lock her up and throw away the key,’ said Alexis Manigo, who appeared remarkably poised in a sit-down with ABC News.

She was referring to Gloria Williams, the woman she believed to be her mother for the past 18 years who is now accused of kidnapping her just hours after she was born.

‘She loved me for 18 years, she cared about me for 18 years. I just want people to realize that.’

Manigo then added: ‘She made one mistake, but I was loved. From that one mistake I was given the best life.

‘I had everything I ever needed, wanted, I had love especially. There is no price you can put on the love that was given to me.’

Later in the interview she said of Williams: ‘I still think of her as mom, she will always be “Mom.”‘

Difficult times: Alexis Manigo (above) gave her first interview since it was revealed that she had been abducted from a Jacksonville, Florida hospital hours after she was born

Difficult times: Alexis Manigo (above) gave her first interview since it was revealed that she had been abducted from a Jacksonville, Florida hospital hours after she was born

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As previously (and now extensively) reported here at The Daily Sheeple, copious warning signs coming out of DC signal that Friday’s inauguration will be anything but a peaceful transition to power. Whenever the inauguration is brought up, words like riot, violence, and chaos aren’t too far behind.

Secret Service is now saying they are gearing up for a ceremony unlike any they have ever overseen. Over 100 protest groups are now scheduled to attend, and ads for paid agitators have gone up in two dozen cities across the country.

On top of that, it has been reported that large weapons caches have been found stashed around DC… not something you hear every day (or ever… when have we ever heard that?).

Even though the entire DC police department was recently fitted with body cameras — body cameras which have shown in studies to deter police violence, just by the way — now it is being reported that DC police will not have their body cameras on during the inauguration protests.’

Read more: Wait, WHAT? DC Police Will NOT, Repeat, NOT Have Body Cameras on During the Inauguration Protests

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‘The United States, despite often advertising itself as the world’s “most developed” nation, has a major problem with homelessness, with approximately 3.5 million currently living with no place to call home. Even though vacant houses outnumber the nation’s homeless by more than five to one, most of them end up sleeping in public places or out in the street.

In cities around the country, the homeless are frequently criminalized as are those who offer them food and other forms of human kindness.

Despite the widespread maltreatment of the homeless, judges in San Francisco have been dismissing thousands upon thousands of arrest warrants targeting the homeless because “it was the right thing to do.”’

Read more: San Francisco Judges Dismiss 66,000 Arrest Warrants Against The City’s Homeless

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Your crime, as it were, need not be substantiated with evidence; the mere fact you publicly revealed your anti-Establishment thought convicted you.

‘This is the Corporate Media’s Gulag of the Mind. We’ll tell you what’s “true” and what is correct to think and believe. Any deviation from the party line is a threat and must be discredited, marginalized or suppressed.

Where is the Post’s hard evidence of Russian ties or Russian influence? There isn’t any–but like Stalin’s henchmen, the Post has no need for evidence: merely going public with an anti-Establishment thought “proves” one’s guilt in the kangaroo court of America’s corporate media (a.k.a. mainstream media or MSM).

While The Washington Post is owned by billionaire Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, the vast majority of what we read, watch and hear is controlled by a handful of corporations loaded with cash and connections to the ruling elite.’

Read more: The Corporate Media’s Gulag of the Mind

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‘A review of FBI Director James Comey’s professional history and relationships shows that the Obama cabinet leader — now under fire for his handling of the investigation of Hillary Clinton — is deeply entrenched in the big-money cronyism culture of Washington, D.C. His personal and professional relationships — all undisclosed as he announced the Bureau would not prosecute Clinton — reinforce bipartisan concerns that he may have politicized the criminal probe.

These concerns focus on millions of dollars that Comey accepted from a Clinton Foundation defense contractor, Comey’s former membership on a Clinton Foundation corporate partner’s board, and his surprising financial relationship with his brother Peter Comey, who works at the law firm that does the Clinton Foundation’s taxes.’

Read more: Exposed: FBI Director James Comey’s Clinton Foundation Connection

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While we doubt this particular intrusion will be blamed on Russian hackers, thousands of British citizens were unable to access their money today when Tesco Bank, the lending arm of the U.K.’s biggest grocer, said it suspended online transactions after about 20,000 customers had money fraudulently taken from their accounts. Tesco Bank has more than 7 million customer accounts in total across a range of products like insurance and mortgages.

According to Bloomberg, about 40,000 of the bank’s 136,000 checking account holders experienced suspicious transactions over the weekend, Tesco Bank Chief Executive Officer Benny Higgins told BBC Radio 4’s Today program. Roughly half, or 20,000, had money taken from their account. The problem has only affected checking accounts, a representative for the bank said. Customers can still use their account to withdraw money from cash machines or to pay for goods at a retailer, Higgins said. Any financial loss will be borne by the bank and customers are not at financial risk, he said.

Tesco has yet to use the word “hacking” to describe the breach, and CEO Higgins added tbat he was “very hopeful” customers would be refunded within 24 hours.

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FBI Director James Comey (image left) decided to issue a report two days before the November election confirming that there is no evidence of wrongdoing on the part of Hillary in relation to the recent release of  650,000 Emails on October 28th. 

First let us outline the official MSM story as presented by the media (November 6): Washington Post  echoed by CNN Anderson Cooper et al. What the reports intimate is that the FBI worked assiduously around the clock and found nothing incriminating in the trove of 650,000 emails:

From the moment they secured a warrant, dozens of FBI agents worked night and day to analyze a trove of messages that they thought might help advance their probe of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, according to a U.S. official.

The pressure was intense. …. The agents’ work, at first, seemed endless. They had to use special software to sift through some 650,000 emails.

(WP, November 9, 2016)

According to CNN, Hillary is Clean. “Cleared” by the FBI:  ”FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers Sunday the agency hasn’t changed its opinion that Hillary Clinton should not face criminal charges  after a review of new emails.”

“Based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July,” Comey wrote in the new letter to congressional committee chairmen. (CNN, November 6, 2016)

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A Maryland woman working as a nanny has been arrested after police said she force fed an eight-month-old baby girl who then died.

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Oluremi Oyindasola, 66, of Glenarden, Maryland, has been charged with second-degree murder, first-degree child abuse resulting in death and other offenses, Prince George’s County Police said Wednesday.

A home surveillance system recorded Oyindasola napping when the crying child, eight-month-old Enita Salubi, approached in a toddler walker, according to police.

Police charging documents say Oyindasola unsuccessfully tried feeding the child, then ‘proceeded to pour a large amount of white liquid directly inside the victim’s mouth’.

Police say Enita, who was force-fed a second bottle, had ‘difficulty breathing and signs of medical distress’.

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  • Hiawatha Robinson was sentenced Wednesday morning in the 2014 sodomy/murder of his daughter Hiawayi
  • Robinson, who was convicted in Hiawayi’s death last month, is set to appeal the sentence
  • Hiawatha argued with judge Charles Graddick during the sentence hearing on Wednesdday
  • He told the judge before leaving the courtroom to ‘remember this face, I will be back, you will hear this voice again’
  • Hiawayi’s body was found at an abandoned building in Prichard in 2014, two days after she was reported missing
  • Autopsy results showed the girl had been sexually assaulted 

 

A south Alabama man has been sentenced to 100 years in prison for killing his eight-year-old daughter during a sexual assault.

Hiawatha Robinson was sentenced on Wednesday morning in the 2014 murder and sodomy of his daughter Hiawayi, according to local media reports.

Robinson, who was convicted in Hiawayi’s death last month, is set to appeal the sentence, according to his attorney.

Hiawatha Robinson was sentenced to 100 years in prison for killing his eight-year-old daughter during a sexual assault

Robinson was sentenced on Wednesday morning in the 2014 murder and sodomy of his daughter Hiawayi

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