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They Thought She Was Crazy: Doctor Extracts RFID Chip from Sex Trafficking Victim

“I have a tracker in me,” read the cryptic note, found in triage by a greenhorn doctor — scribbled by a woman in the emergency room. She claimed to have been implanted with a GPS tracking device of some kind — an assertion not unheard of, but never the less unusual. Dr. A, anonymous for safety concerns, rolled his eyes — ordinarily, such a note would be a sure indicator of mental illness, for which a psychi ...

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Incredible U-Shaped Skyscraper In New York Is Unveiled And It’s Beyond Our Imagination

Manhattan’s skyline is about to get thrown for a loop – literally. Plans have officially been unveiled to construct the world’s first U-shaped skyscraper in New York City, and it’s going to push the limits of architecture above the curve. The Big Bend is an ambitious project being carried out by Oiio Studio, a world-renowned design team previously confronted by the city’s land usage restrictions. “If we man ...

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There Is Something Extraordinary Happening In The World – And You Probably Didn’t Realize It Yet

Most of us haven’t quite realized there is something extraordinary happening. A few months ago I freed myself from standard-procedure society, I broke the chains of fear that kept me locked up into the system. Since then, I see the world from a different perspective: the one that everything is going through change and that most of us are unaware of that. Is Really Something Extraordinary Happening In The Wo ...

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Federal Whistleblower Investigator Fired After Blowing the Whistle on His Own Agency

Darrell Whitman, a former San Francisco-based investigator for the Whistleblower Protection Program administered by OSHA, was fired from his position after attempting to protect other workers within the agency that had been wrongfully fired. The workers he was defending were also whistleblowers that had called out illegal activity and public safety concerns.  OSHA, however, saw that their reports had fallen ...

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Irony: U.S. sanctions against Russia have hurt American businesses more than they have Russian exports

Nearly 100 years ago President Calvin Coolidge issued the statement that, "the business of America is business."  However now in the 21st century this appears to be no longer the case, as the policies of the once greatest economy in history are now more about stifling business than they are about cultivating it. And this includes stifling their own. When President Obama attempted to blame Russia for the act ...

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Wikileaks Releases “NightSkies 1.2”: Proof CIA Bugs Your “Factory Fresh” iPhones

The latest leaks from WikiLeaks’ Vault 7 is titled “Dark Matter” and claims that the CIA has been bugging “factory fresh” iPhones since at least 2008 through suppliers.  The full documents are expected to be released after a 10 a.m. EDT “press briefing” that WikiLeaks promoted on its Twitter. Here is a live stream of the pending press briefing with Julian Assange: LIVE: WikiLeaks press briefing in some minu ...

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Dave Chappelle intelligently questions mandatory vaccines in new Netflix special

(Natural News) Comedian Dave Chappelle has been making the comedy rounds again, much to the delight of his fans. After his abrupt exit from Comedy Central’s “The Chappelle Show” in 2006 and walking away from a $50 million dollar deal with the network, many conspiracy theories have still lingered regarding the circumstances. Some claimed he had simply lost his mind; others said he had left America and was li ...

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Family Films Ghost on WWII Ship?

March 24, 2017 A family visiting a famed WWII aircraft carrier in Corpus Christi, Texas had an unforgettable vacation experience when they seemingly filmed a ghost aboard the historic vessel. The USS Lexington was a critical piece of the American naval forces in World War II and ultimately decommissioned in 1991 to be turned into a museum. Since that time, thousands of people have passed through the ship an ...

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Watch: Leaping Deer Downs Biker

March 24, 2017 A dashing deer out for a daytime run crossed paths with a group of motorcyclists barreling down the highway in Washington D.C. and, as one might expect, the encounter turned ugly. Captured on video by one of the riders taking part in a charity event, the showdown took place seconds after they passed a 'Deer Crossing' sign. The warning proved to be quite prescient as a deer sporting a mighty s ...

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VIDEO: U.S. Navy Tests ‘Star Wars’ Electromagnetic Rail Gun That Can Destroy Targets up to 125 Miles Away

The U.S. Navy is testing its new electromagnetic rail gun that military officials and researchers have described the as “Star Wars” technology. The weapon can destroy targets up to 125 miles away without stockpiling ammunition and fire projectiles that go 4,500 miles per hour, Newsweek reported. It can also break concrete from 100 miles away. According to the Office of Naval Research website, these missiles ...

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Report: 47 CIA Hard Drives and 600 Million Pages of Info Among Whistleblower Contents

More whistleblowers coming forward. Leaks incoming. March 23, 2017 WASHINGTON, DC — Alarming reports have surfaced alleging that a leak containing information from 47 hard drives and 600 million pages has been passed along to US officials. The leak is said to indicate systemic criminal spying on 156 judges and even the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. In addition to this, as many as four other whistleblo ...

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CIA Created ISIS — Assange Drops Bombshell on WikiLeaks Release of 500K US Cables

The founder of the transparency organization WikiLeaks released a statement yesterday upon the release of over 500,000 diplomatic cables dating back to 1979, which succinctly reveals how the CIA was essentially responsible for creating the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group. The timing of the release coincided with the sixth anniversary of WikiLeaks “Cablegate” release, which exposed the machinations of the ...

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