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Colorado Prison Director Tom Clements Assassinated in Monument Colorado Home

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on March 20, 2013 by highboldtage

Colorado Prison Director Tom Clements Assassinated in Monument Colorado Home


Verbena Teaches on Houseless Issues in Humboldt – Radical Rap – KMUD

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 18, 2012 by highboldtage

Verbena Teaches on Houseless Issues in Humboldt  – Radical Rap – KMUD

Fascist Anti-Marijuana Crackdown in Santa Rosa – PERSONAL GARDENS RAIDED

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 26, 2012 by highboldtage

Dozens of combat-clad police officers, deputies and federal agents swarmed a southwest Santa Rosa neighborhood Wednesday morning in the region’s largest-ever operation against residential marijuana gardens.

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“A team of 150 law enforcement officers raided 32 homes on Moorland Avenue, Eddy Drive, Barbara Drive and Neville Way, immediately south of the Corby Auto Mall.

Following the initial raid, officers carrying search warrants went into yards and confiscated a large amount of marijuana plants. Residents, many of them handcuffed, sat in front yards and watched as the pot was piled in great heaps.

The raids began about 9 a.m. when FBI agents in full military gear ordered residents to leave their homes, then rushed into the residences, most of them modest multi-plex units. The neighborhood was punctuated by the sounds of exploding flash grenades at several homes.

The FBI assault team, its large military-type truck and a big-wheeled SWAT vehicle had left the neighborhood, but people still sat handcuffed in their front yards, as a woman who asked not to be identified surveyed the scene from the hood of a parked car.

As pot piles grew in the street, groups of neighbors gathered to watch. Several called the officers’ tactics “overkill” and questioned the value of ripping out the gardens.

“It’s a big bunch of crap,” said one neighbor Lora Wilson. “How much taxpayer money did we just waste doing this?”

The staging ground for the operation was the parking lot of the Santa Rosa’s Veterans Memorial Building. At about 9 a.m., a long line of FBI and sheriff’s SUVs, trucks, patrol cars and large assault vehicles snaked out of the parking lot and onto Highway 12, then southbound 101.

Onlookers said an FBI team dressed in fatigues and helmets and carrying an assortment of battering rams, shields, ladders and weapons first entered a residence on Moorland Avenue at Barbara Drive.

That team then moved to several homes on Barbara Drive. Soon, handcuffed and guarded residents sat in front yards up and down Barbara Drive and the adjoining streets.”

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BREAKING NEWS: Dick Cheney Named to Head Romney’s VP Selection Team!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on July 30, 2012 by highboldtage

ha ha ha ha yes its a joke.

Egypt? Iran? Syria? No………..

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on July 29, 2012 by highboldtage



Just behind the protest over the #Anaheim PD wall. There seems to be a military unit staging. #PoliceState #APDRiot


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more #anaheim cops in camo, planning to get the rest of the crowd


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Anaheim Protests Livestream, Video Stream Sunday July 29, 2012

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on July 28, 2012 by highboldtage

update 12 noon livestreamer sky adams banned from Livestream!’

Demos planned for noon @ Disneyland and Anaheim PD

I will add more streams as I find them. or or

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also monitor #anaheim on twitter:!/search/realtime/%23Anaheim or

Was Manuel Diaz a Homeless Man?

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on July 27, 2012 by highboldtage

this story linked below strongly implies it.   What the fuck is wrong with Orange County?

“Flores, who operates the grocery truck that sells vegetables, chips, and cleaning supplies, spoke fondly of Diaz and said she treated him like her son.

Residents said the neighborhood took care of him and offered him food. He would play with the neighborhood children and would take naps on their stairs. Flores fed him when he was hungry and offered him essentials, such as shampoo, from her truck. When asked if Diaz had family, Flores said his mother would pick him up from the neighborhood on Fridays.”

“That day, as Flores said they were eating at about 1 p.m., Diaz, who was known as “Stomper,” told her he needed to clean up. He walked across to an apartment complex where Diaz was apparently going to wash himself with a hose. Flores also said she saw Diaz speaking to a friend before the shooting. Within three minutes of Diaz leaving the truck, Flores said he was shot.”