Drug Cop Who Spent 14 Years Undercover Tells Truth About the Drug War

Drug Cop Who Spent 14 Years Undercover Tells Truth About the Drug War

(ANTIMEDIA) Yet another police officer is speaking out against the drug war, this time in the United Kingdom. Former officer Neil Woods worked as an undercover drug cop for 14 years, infiltrating some of the most violent gangs in Britain only to learn his tactics were worsening the drug epidemic. Now, he advocates ending the drug war and decriminalizing drugs as he admits his own role in fueling violence and the proliferation of narcotics.
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Creator of ‘world’s largest kiddie-porn site’ gets 30 years in prison as police arrest 900 suspected users and rescue hundreds of exploited children

Steven W. Chase, 58, of Naples, Florida, was sentenced to 30 years on multiple child- pornography and child-exploitation charges

Steven W. Chase, 58, of Naples, Florida, was sentenced to 30 years on multiple child- pornography and child-exploitation charges

A man who federal prosecutors said was the creator and lead administrator of what’s thought to be the world’s largest child-pornography website has been sentenced to 30 years in prison, the FBI announced Friday.

Steven W. Chase, 58, of Naples, Florida, was sentenced this week in a federal courtroom in North Carolina on multiple child- pornography and child-exploitation charges.

Chase created a website called Playpen in August 2014 on Tor, an open network on the internet where users can communicate anonymously through ‘hidden service’ websites, the FBI said.

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#PizzaGate Darker than ‘Eyes Wide Shut’, Rule of Law Does Not Apply to Elite

And the US media still refuses to cover it?

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UK Seizes All Computers, Phones, and Networks by Legalization; Self-Legalizations Retains Private Property Rights

Submitted by Martin Armstrong via ArmstrongEconomics.com,

Britain has passed what everyone calls the “snooper’s charter” otherwise known as the Investigatory Powers Bill.
This new legislation establishes the legal framework authorizing the government to hack into devices, networks and services in bulk and to create vast databases of personal information on all UK citizens. This is a preliminary step for a movement to impose worldwide taxation on Brits.
This is really to hunt money, not terrorism.

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Britain to pardon thousands convicted of homosexuality

Britain to pardon thousands convicted of homosexuality

Private homosexual acts between men aged over 21 were decriminalised in England and Wales in 1967, but the law was not changed in Scotland until 1980 and in Northern Ireland until 1982 (AFP Photo/Vladimir Rodas)

London (AFP) – Thousands of British men convicted of homosexuality before its decriminalisation are to be pardoned under the “Turing Law”, named after World War II hero Alan Turing, the government said Thursday.

Anyone alive who was convicted of consensual same-sex acts before the law was abolished can already apply to have their names cleared through the “disregard process”, and will now receive an automatic pardon.

Thousands of deceased people will also receive an automatic pardon.

“It is hugely important that we pardon people convicted of historical sexual offences who would be innocent of any crime today,” said Justice Minister Sam Gyimah.

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