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EXCLUSIVE: Federal judge orders entrepreneur to commit his own Facebook identity theft or go to jail

4/7/2015 - In yet another astonishing example of the expanding insanity of the judicial activism sweeping across America, a federal bankruptcy judge in the Southern District of Texas has ordered an individual to commit his own identity theft on Facebook and violate the Facebook terms of service he has agreed to,...

California DMV orders workers to overlook identity theft by illegal immigrants

3/4/2015 - As someone who was born and raised in Texas, has lived in southern California and traveled extensively in Mexico, I have developed what I consider to be a nuanced view on immigration. I speak a fair amount of Spanish and have a respect for the mostly hard-working, honest people who have come to the...

Federal judge bars AZ sheriff from enforcing immigration and identity theft laws

1/9/2015 - A federal judge has once again blocked Maricopa County, Arizona, Sheriff Joe Arpaio from ordering raids of employers with the aim of detaining undocumented immigrants who have used stolen identities to work, under the provisions of two state identity theft laws. U.S. District Judge David Campbell...

LIKE CLOCKWORK: Pension plans to be looted nationwide as Congress okays institutional theft of funds

12/12/2014 - On April 2, 2013, in an article entitled Economics 101: Production, coercion and theft, I wrote about the coming looting of pension plans, stating: When societies approach collapse, coercion shifts to outright theft: Stealing money right out of your bank account, for example, like we recently witnessed...

Water wars begin in California as thieves tap fire hydrants

11/26/2014 - Western states have been suffering through one of the country's worst droughts on record, but conditions have been particularly dreadful in the state of California, with its massive population and heavy agricultural production. In fact, drought conditions have gotten so bad that theft of water is...

20 vehicles most vulnerable to hackers, putting drivers at risk of theft, hijacking, tracking and remote assassination

8/15/2014 - In 2013, when professional hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated that it was possible to hijack the steering and brakes of a Ford Escape and a Toyota Prius using only laptops connected to the autos, they raised two questions. First, could hackers perform the same thing wirelessly...

Beginning of American Water Wars marked by 3,000-gallon theft from elderly woman's water storage tank

6/10/2014 - In what appears to be a crime related to widespread, ongoing drought conditions in California, police in rural Mendocino County say 3,000 gallons of water were stolen recently from an elderly couple when someone illegally drained their above-ground storage tank overnight. As reported by The Press...

Sickening, pathetic Walmart says allowing mass theft and hoarding by EBT cardholders was 'the right thing to do'

10/16/2013 - It is the ultimate example of sickening, pathetic political correctness. In the aftermath of the EBT cardholder ransacking of Walmart stores in Louisiana last Saturday, where the stores shelves were wiped clean in a food stamp "rampage" that cost the retailer untold thousands of dollars, "shoppers left...

Obamacare 'navigators' can easily steal your identity

9/25/2013 - Are you ready for a wave of new bureaucracy that will create yet another army of empowered government workers who are guaranteed to abuse your privacy and trust? Well, you're about to get both, as Obamacare gets set for its official launch Oct. 1. This new wave of government employees are called...

The government theft of retirement accounts has begun

5/24/2013 - This article written by Dave Hodges of www.thecommonsenseshow.com puts very well in perspective the corruption that engulfs us on a daily basis by the governemnt of, for, and by the Corporation! Treasury Secretary Jack Lew Is Planning to Steal Selected Federal Retirement Account Many were roundly...

Economics 101: Production, coercion and theft

4/2/2013 - I'd like to share a lesson in economics today, and I call it the "Production, Coercion and Theft" lesson. There are only three ways to accumulate money and wealth in world (other than stumbling across a hidden treasure and actually finding money, that is): #1) Production: Offer something of value...

It's not a 'haircut' - it's THEFT when governments loot your private bank accounts

3/18/2013 - This use of the term "haircut" to describe government theft of private banking accounts has got to stop. It's not a haircut, it's outright thievery. When a person breaks into your home with a gun and steals your jewelry or cash, do we call that a "haircut?" Of course not. It's a criminal act, not a...

Top 20 airports where TSA thugs are most likely to steal your stuff

11/26/2012 - A Freedom of Information Act request by ABC News has revealed the 20 U.S. airports where the most Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employees have been fired for stealing from travelers. Overall, nearly 400 TSA employees were fired for theft between the years 2002 and 2011. Of the airports...

Wave of looting and theft takes hold in areas hardest hit by superstorm Sandy

10/31/2012 - The looting has begun in the wake of hurricane Sandy. Just as Natural News predicted -- much to the derision of critics who insisted there would be no looting whatsoever -- criminals are exploiting the downed power grid and lack of police presence to break into homes and businesses in order to steal...

Hold on to your luggage - Shocking JFK airport scandal reveals over 200 baggage thefts a day

4/2/2012 - Thinking of flying out of John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York City anytime soon? If so, you may want to just take a carry-on, because luggage theft there is rampant. In fact, authorities say passengers are losing about 200 bags per day at the busy international hub - and with...

Unlikely crime wave: Police nationwide dealing with rampant Tide detergent theft

3/15/2012 - The very notion of it lends itself to a horrible pun: The widespread and growing theft of Tide laundry detergent is being called a "grime wave." Only, cops don't really know why the household brand is being lifted in record numbers. Surely it can't be "Tide" to some filthy underworld that we're just...

Theft is on the rise in a worsening economy

7/27/2011 - It is not strange to hear about cars, jewelry or money being stolen. These days, desperate thieves are choosing bizarre targets: copper wires, air conditioning units, storm drain covers, grapes, ambulances, pain killers and even bees. This petty thievery of agricultural goods and odd supplies is the...

Rising food costs spur massive US theft of produce, meat

4/17/2011 - Forget diamonds and cash. Rapid inflation and the tanking US economy have birthed a whole new wave of organized crime involving food. The New York Times (NYT) reports that a group of highly-sophisticated scam artists recently pulled off a massive food heist involving eight tractor-trailer loads full...

Identity theft loophole exploits postal change-of-address forms to steal mail, credit cards and personal documents

2/20/2007 - The latest trick in identity theft: divert the mail by sending it elsewhere through a change-of-address form. It's possible for criminals to have the post office send the mail to their doorstep, even while the real addressee is sitting at home wondering where their mail is, a recent investigation...

Medical identity theft on the rise as health care desperation leads to crime

9/25/2006 - Although most identity theft cases in the United States involve credit cards and bank accounts, ID thieves are now engaging in medical fraud -- falsely obtaining medical care using someone's stolen identity -- according to today's Los Angeles Times. After surgery on her shoulder last year, Lind...

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