So last night I opened my AT&T home phone bill. Low and behold I was informed that on 3/1/2013 the monthly assessment for the KUSF will be going up. Not only do I have to pay in Kansas but also I pay FUSF. The total per month will be $5.75 combined. So I decided to call AT&T this morning after reading this little gem.
The U.S. government spent about $2.2 billion last year to provide phones to low-income Americans, but a Wall Street Journal review of the program shows that a large number of those who received the phones haven't proved they are eligible to receive them. A review of five top recipients of Lifeline support conducted by the FCC for the Journal showed that 41% of their more than six million subscribers either couldn't demonstrate their eligibility or didn't respond to requests for certification. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000...Tabs%3Darticle
As I was told by AT&T that if I refused to pay this extortion moneys, they would shut off my home phone. WTF...I called Kansas and all they would tell me is to file a complaint with the FCC. This is BS....I don't even have a activated cell phone like the "entitled" have. I carry my deactivated phone knowing if I was in range I could at least call 911. What a crock of shit......
AP: Law Enforcement Source Confirms Carjacking, Shooting Suspect Is Christopher Dorner
BIG BEAR (CBSLA.com) — Fish and Game officers Tuesday returned fire at a carjacking suspect who was apparently barricaded in a home in the Angelus Oaks area of Big Bear.
A law enforcement source confirms to the Associated Press that the suspect is triple-murder suspect Christopher Dorner.
COMPLETE COVERAGE: SoCal Manhunt
The incident at the home, which is located near Highway 38 and Glass Road, was reported around 12:50 p.m. The San Bernardino Police Department was sending a 12-man tactical team to the scene, but law enforcement was seen chasing the suspect near the location around 1:15 p.m.
Officials have recovered a rifle and possibly a can of gas.
The suspect allegedly stole a 2008 four-door, white Dodge 4X4 truck registered to nearby Camp Tahquitz.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department has shut down Highway 38 to create a choke point.
Two Wrongs Mr and Mrs WRONG have a Kid and then Change his name to RIGHT.
Story below here is my Synopsis:
Long running Custody Case and one that was in 'Family Court' Father of son shot ex-wife/Mother and girfriend of the ex-wife/Mother so now the Custody Case is Over and Dad solved the issue killing the Mother. His Son now should get Custody. Should this guy's Dad - get Father of the Year ? Well I don't know all the Details of their Court Case But these were Three female Kids and I believe Girls belong with their Mother and I believe Boys belong with their Dad.
The Problem is I told the Court that keeping my Son from Me Could have "Not a Good Ending" and so I sort of was found guily of Threatning the Life of the Female Judge. She then releaved herself of my case. And I never apologized about something I never did wrong as the IDIOTOCITY of IDIOTS in a Criminal Court System are feeling "Sorry for a Woman" and trying to HURT ME Again like this Cuntry did when they sent me to Vietnam and I would like to charge the American People with an "Attempted Murder Charge" but 75% of Everyone are COWARDS. So what is I as an INDIVIDUAL (an established Person of Courage) gonna do ? But as you see I NEVER Threatened the Life of Anyone as I Never fully Disclosed what I meant by "Not a Good ending" I meant that as more of a Bluff. As I stated I was a Vietnam Veteran (as I figured that made me the Bad guy) and not as Trustworthy as the a-hole ex-wife Who previously was a Cop.
But here as you see there was a "Not So Good Ending".
Here is more on the Story:
Frank Kummer, Mari Schaefer and Emily Babay, Breaking News Desk Posted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013, 9:25 AM Delaware State Police have identified the two women killed in Monday’s horrific courthouse shooting as a woman involved in a bitter custody dispute with her husband and her friend.
The gunman was the former father-in-law of one of the women, police said. Authorities say 39-year-old Christine Belford and 47-year-old Laura Mulford, both of Newark, Del., were fatally shot when a gunman opened fire at the New Castle County Courthouse in Wilmington Monday morning.
Police identified the gunman as Belford's former father-in-law, 68-year-old Thomas Matusiewicz of Edcoach, Texas.
Matusiewicz also died during the incident. Authorities have not said whether he was killed by police or took his own life.
Police said today that investigators were continuing to conduct interviews, review video surveillance footage and collect evidence to piece together what happened.
Belford was involved in a high-profile custody fight with her ex-husband several years ago that involved the kidnapping of their three daughters.
The case made national headlines and was featured on America's Most Wanted.
According to court records and federal authorities, David Matusiewicz -- Belford's ex-husband and Thomas Matusiewicz's son -- took the young children to Central America in 2007. There, they traveled in a motor home through Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica and Nicaragua for more than a year and a half.
The younger Matusiewicz was arrested in Nicaragua in March 2009. He pleaded guilty to bank fraud -- admitting that he forged Belford’s name to get a home equity loan -- and international parental kidnapping later that year, and was sentenced to four years in prison.
Two law enforcement officers were also hit in Monday’s shootout but survived. The officers were members of the Delaware Capitol Police, which protects state-owned facilities. Police said one officer was a 50-year-old man who has served for less than a year; the other was a 42-year-old man who has served for seven years.
Sgt. Paul Shavack, a Delaware State Police spokesman, said Monday that the two were "doing well."
2013: 12/11/2013: ROD STEWART Concert at Wells Fargo CENTER in Philly: Rod Stewart announced back in December that he and Steve Winwood would be heading out on the Live The Life Tour this spring. The tour has now been pushed back to a fall start, in October. * Stephen Lawrence Winwood born 12 May 1948 in Handsworth, Birmingham, England, UK. * Lawrence is Baltimore Bob Dad’s Middle name unless it is spelled Laurence. Two tickets: Section 215 - Row 7 - Seats 7 & 8. Baltimore Bob sat in these Seats on Monday 2/11/2013 after purchasing the tickets. Cost $46.50 each - Total = $105 – Why ? $12/$6 each service charge – huh ?
My #1 Celebrity Birthday Person for December 11th is Winner: Charley Radbourn (1854-1897) and a Loser: John Kerry (1943-)
Drones to target suspected LAPD killer Chris Dorner?
Christopher Jordan Dorner (Reuters / Handout)
As authorities intensify the manhunt for accused LAPD-killer Christopher Dorner, law enforcement agencies are doing everything under the sun to search for their suspect, apparently even deploying drones.
The specifics regarding the tools being used to track Dorner, a 33-year-old former Los Angeles Police Department officer suspected in three recent murders, is a mystery for now. But with a $1 million bounty out for his arrest and a nation at high-alert, it’s no surprise that the search for Dorner is on the way to becoming one of the most remarkable in ages. Now according to some reports, police are relying on high-tech unmanned aerial vehicles to snoop from the sky.
Britain’s Daily Express cites a senior police source in a report this week as saying that the surveillance capabilities of UAVs might be the only option for locating Dorner, who has been at large since a string of murders that began last Sunday.
“The thermal imaging cameras the drones use may be our only hope of finding him. On the ground, it’s like looking for a needle in a haystack,” the source tells the paper.
The Express adds that police figures on both a city-wide and federal scale have suggested drones are being deployed to search for the triple-murder suspect. In his report, journalist Mike Parker writes that Riverside Police Chief Sergio Diaz responded to a direct question about UAV usage by saying, “We are using all the tools at our disposal.”
Meanwhile US Customs and Border Protection officially denied use of its drones in the hunt for Jordan Dorner. In an email to RT agency's public affairs specialist Ralph DeSio wrote:
"Reports that US Customs and Border Protection's unmanned aicraft systems are being used are incorrect. CBP's UAS are not flying in support of the search."
But while sending a missile-equipped Predator drone to execute Dorner without trial or jury is without a doubt illegal and, frankly, improbable, it’s not entirely unlikely that special UAVs affixed with surveillance cameras are combing the West Coast for him right now. After all, the government has a collection of aircraft to use in these missions and has to make a case that they have been an acquisition that’s fiscally worthwhile.
The US Department of Homeland Security had an arsenal of at least ten drones as of November, right around the same time that they signed a contract with General Atomics for $443 million: money expected to go towards the acquisition of another 14 surveillance drones that will be used to conduct domestic investigations. In all, those two dozen UAVs are believed to cost roughly three-quarters of a billion dollars, but the end result of having the fleet on the ready is so far one that’s flawed. When the Los Angeles Times discussed the matter of drones and the DHS last April, reporter Brian Bennett called into question the success of the program.
“The mixed results highlight a glaring problem for Homeland Security officials who have spent six years and more than $250 million building the nation's largest fleet of domestic surveillance drones,” he wrote. At the time, the DHS was reported to have nine Predator drones, but Bennett said they “have yet to prove very useful in stopping contraband or illegal immigrants.
In that same article, the Times touches on just what exactly these drones can do for the DHS. As it turns out, it’s not just sub agencies like the Customs and Border Protection or Immigration and Customs Enforcement that have access to those UAVs. According to Bennett, the small collection of DHS drones have been lent to the FBI, Texas Rangers and other government agencies for law enforcement opportunities.
Since that April article, drone discussions have only intensified. In the last week, debate about the use of robotic aircraft to conduct kill missions overseas opened news programs across the US, and talk of putting a UAV into the sky to search for the LAPD’s public enemy number one earned regard on the Web as well. But while the Obama administration’s use of Predator drones to executive suspected terrorists overseas is indeed documented, the deploying of drones in the Dorner case remains a matter that is for now only a likely possibility.
“The story is plausible,” writes Parker Higgins of the Electronic Frontier Foundation in a Monday morning blog post. “The Department of Homeland Security (CPB’s parent agency) does loan out drones to police agencies, and they’ve kept the terms of such deals almost completely secret. EFF is currently suing DHS to find more information about that program. But in this case, the factual support isn’t there.”
Until the LAPD or FBI offer a clean confirmation, use of drones to track down Dorner starts and ends as speculation brewed by the UK’s Express that’s also absent of any concrete validity. That doesn’t mean, however, that it isn’t happening. The use of drones on the US/Mexican border by the DHS and its sub-agencies has been documented since at least 2004, and just two years ago drones were being borrowed by small times forces in North Dakota for at least one surveillance mission.
“Whether or not these drones are being used in this manhunt, and whether or not they’re armed (they’re not), there is real cause for concern. A secret aerial surveillance program wherein federal agencies loan military technology to local police forces raises serious questions and we should demand to know more,” Higgins says. http://rt.com/usa/news/dorner-police...veillance-941/
THE FREEDOM ROAD: In "Road to Freedom" David Icke gives a keynote lecture reveals many secrets where hidden by those who govern us and manipulate. Among other things, talks about the Freemasons and the Illuminati and its relationship with many of the U.S. Presidents.
En "Camino a la Libertad" David Icke nos ofrece una magistral conferencia donde desvela numerosos secretos ocultos por aquellos que nos gobiernan y manipulan. Entre otras cosas, nos habla sobre la masonería y los iluminatis y su relación con muchos de los presidentes de EE.UU.
Special music for relaxation, meditation and healing.
Special music for relaxation, meditation and healing. Are frequencies that affect the balance and harmony of the body, restoring energy patterns. Among other tunes are Ahu Saglam, Arnica Montana and music with dolphins and whales.
Música especial para relajarse, meditar y sanar. Son frecuencias que inciden en el equilibrio y la armonía del cuerpo, restableciendo los patrones energéticos. Entre otras, se encuentran melodías de Ahu Saglam, Arnica Montana y música con delfines y ballenas.
RELAJACIÓN MÚSICA, MÚSICA RELAX, MÚSICA MEDITACIÓN, MEDITATION MUSIC, FRECUENCIAS SANADORAS, MUSICA ALTERNATIVA, MUSICA SANADORA, MUSICA PARA SANAR EL ALMA, HEALING MUSIC, MUSIC FOR HEALING,healing frequency, FREQUENCY TO HEAL, MUSICA ESPIRITUAL, SPIRITUAL MUSIC, MUSICA DELFINES, DOLPHIN MUSIC, MUSICA NEW AGE, MUSICA REIKI, MUSICA YOGA, MUSICA DE BALLENAS, RELAX MUSIC FRECUENCIAS SAGRADAS SOLFEGGIO