NewExpertBread 6 points ago +6 / -0

What is a detainer? U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) lodges detainers on individuals who have been arrested on criminal charges and who ICE has probable cause to believe are removable non-citizens.

This Sheriff is deputizing federal agents to bring state charges because the federal prosecutors won't.

YouTube Comment: As a Mexican, this is just horrible, cartels and narcos making billions and the country that is constantly talking about freedom and justice has no courage even to stop them for his own people

NewExpertBread 3 points ago +3 / -0

Well, if it was raining acid clouds... Zeolite is great at removing toxins ranging from acid to radiation.

They could seed the clouds to neutralize any chemical issues pretty easily. This is cheap and simple enough for even some amateur pilots. Literally any skydiving drop zone's Cessna and staff could do this.

That would fall down as dirty rain.

You could also coat the ground itself, so that it has a lesser chance of reaching ground water and runoff.

NewExpertBread 3 points ago +3 / -0

I have only ever been professional, and I understand these are difficult times to properly insult only the individuals and not a whole class.

I think we can all certainly agree these fellas are at least dog faced pony soldiers. From what I hear, that means something really bad.

NewExpertBread -2 points ago +1 / -3

It was probably an explosively formed penetrator directed at the tracks, or DEW.

I am hearing there was a blast cap found, but that was later. It could be a cover up for the use of Directed Energy Weapons in which that would be the perfect target. It's moving, but slow. It's course is easily tracked, and it can not deviate.

NewExpertBread 7 points ago +7 / -0

I've had a liver biopsy. It was the most miserable experience of my life. It hurt worse than anything I've ever felt. I'm sorry for what he is going through, best wishes.

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NewExpertBread 4 points ago +4 / -0

They're really watching the water.

NewExpertBread 3 points ago +3 / -0

So, rich descendants of the Cabal fight for justice?

Just controlled opposition?

What's the message, do you think?

It's just funny to me, as an uber autist. I never watched TV much growing up. Even as a kid the lie of cable to never watch commercials had me fed up for life. I hate commercials. I hate commercials. I hate commercials. For many reasons.

Now, as I watch things (commercial free) I see nothing but revelation of the method.

NewExpertBread 2 points ago +2 / -0


Twitter Files are huge and that's not all of it. That's not including what he is holding back, or has turned over privately. That's not including what was deleted. Not including what the NSA has. Easy to crack with creds. Don't even need a HAMMER.

Trump and Musk. Not politicians.

Many would follow both. Musk has the foreigners and the liberals and fake conservatives. Trump has the conservatives.

NewExpertBread 3 points ago +3 / -0

The Twitter Files are going to be a nice exhibit to add. Classified docs fiasco.

When there's new evidence you can appeal. It's usually not accepted.

Lots of new evidence.

If he can prove there was an incorrect proceeding though.

NewExpertBread 1 point ago +1 / -0

The grand jury that was rigged against Trump was just wrecked by self-immolation on the public stage by the jury foreman. Seemed staged, really.

That was their last shot at indicting Trump.

Something something, completely insulated.

Conversely, the CT that America is the grand jury at large makes sense as well. These deliberations have been tough. Many jurors (Americans) have started with the verdict before seeing the evidence on both sides.

Well, evidence is continually flowing forth and the tide is moving one direction. I know u/simon_says likes math, and wonders if 0.99r = 1.

Well, I wonder if this is moving one direction in regards to evidence of guilt with no signs of stopping... 0.99r is looking a lot like 1.

Just depends on when we want to call it because we're quite a few decimals in.

I say within the preponderance of the evidence.

I may yet dare say without a shadow of a doubt.

NewExpertBread 2 points ago +2 / -0

Just got a letter from VA saying we all have cancer, eventually.

We had to get Anthrax series. Look into that one. Check out Anthrax as well. Let me know how long it lives and how well it survives.

Our bases were built on bombed out chemical weapons depots, seemingly intentionally.

I would have gotten smallpox, but right before the jab homegirl asked if I had a history of eczema or psoriasis.

Good thing she asked or I would have died from that shot.

With the flu shot, only time I ever got it was in the military. One year I got three because they 'lost the paperwork' for our brigade, twice. Whole brigade got 2-3 shots.

Honestly, the most organized thing the military does is give shots and piss tests.

NewExpertBread 4 points ago +4 / -0

I hate corporate settings so much. I hate meetings. Most of all I hate being asked questions I'm not allowed to answer honestly.

NewExpertBread 1 point ago +1 / -0

So, what does it mean?

What's the analysis?

That's simple.

This is an admission that every special operator was doxed. Their families were doxed.

NewExpertBread 2 points ago +2 / -0

Was just discussing almost all of this last night with the wife. Thanks for this to confirm our discussion. Who really knows?

A relative was involved in a lot of tech projects, some in Dubai in his later years. He discussed ET extensively. He also mentioned about many years ago most of what is contained in this post you linked.

That people would also be hired on 'tours' underground and there was no outside communication. These tours might be short, or multi-year contracts. Those contracts weren't legal above ground, but if you wanted payment you followed it and there is no leaving. Everything was compartmentalized, and the 'real' research was done by lifers. People who literally left the surface for good, or were never on it.

The facility he was aware of was tiered as well. The lower you went the more 'advanced' and illegal the research.

It was just a single conversation on that topic and he's dead now. To be fair, I was skeptical of most everything he said. However, he kept getting large contracts for crazy tech. I won't mention the tech because it would be easy to back trace.

NewExpertBread 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have a business that deals in a lot of cash. I have been looking since I last saw it mentioned ~a month ago. I have yet to find one. I told my business partner and about it and they haven't seen one either.

NewExpertBread 21 points ago +21 / -0


The U.S. Department of Defense secured an exposed server on Monday that was spilling internal U.S. military emails to the open internet for the past two weeks.

The exposed server was hosted on Microsoft’s Azure government cloud for Department of Defense customers, which uses servers that are physically separated from other commercial customers and as such can be used to share sensitive but unclassified government data. The exposed server was part of an internal mailbox system storing about three terabytes of internal military emails, many pertaining to U.S. Special Operations Command, or USSOCOM, the U.S. military unit tasked with conducting special military operations.

But a misconfiguration left the server without a password, allowing anyone on the internet access to the sensitive mailbox data inside using only a web browser, just by knowing its IP address.

Anurag Sen, a good-faith security researcher known for discovering sensitive data that has been inadvertently published online, found the exposed server over the weekend and provided details to TechCrunch so we could alert the U.S. government.

The server was packed with internal military email messages, dating back years, some of which contained sensitive personnel information. One of the exposed files included a completed SF-86 questionnaire, which are filled out by federal employees seeking a security clearance and contain highly sensitive personal and health information for vetting individuals before they are cleared to handle classified information. These personnel questionnaires contain a significant amount of background information on security clearance holders valuable to foreign adversaries. In 2015, suspected Chinese hackers stole millions of sensitive background check files of government employees who sought security clearance in a data breach at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.

None of the limited data seen by TechCrunch appeared to be classified, which would be consistent with USSOCOM’s civilian network, as classified networks are inaccessible from the internet.

According to a listing on Shodan, a search engine that crawls the web for exposed systems and databases, the mailbox server was first detected as spilling data on February 8. It’s not clear how the mailbox data became exposed to the public internet, but it’s likely due to a misconfiguration caused by human error.

TechCrunch contacted USSOCOM on Sunday morning during a U.S. holiday weekend but the exposed server wasn’t secured until Monday afternoon. When reached by email, a senior Pentagon official confirmed they had passed details of the exposed server to USSOCOM. The server was inaccessible soon after.

USSOCOM spokesperson Ken McGraw said in an email on Tuesday that an investigation, which began Monday, is under way. “We can confirm at this point is no one hacked U.S. Special Operations Command’s information systems,” said McGraw.

It’s not known if anyone other than Sen found the exposed data during the two-week window that the cloud server was accessible from the internet. TechCrunch asked the Department of Defense if it has the technical ability, such as logs, to detect any evidence of improper access or data exfiltration from the database, but the spokesperson did not say.

2 weeks.


NewExpertBread 17 points ago +17 / -0


I'm actually speechless.

NewExpertBread 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lady doesn't show her creds in the other videos.


Video shows a group of undercover officers flagged as carrying weapons. Only the woman doesn't show ID.

Here's the rest of the bodycam footage showing feds many places Jan 6th.


NewExpertBread 12 points ago +12 / -0

Yelp filed an amicus brief suggesting “deceptive reviews would flourish and consumers would be harmed” without the protections.

The irony is astounding. I hope they get their pants sued off for that statement compared to their practices. I will gladly join that class action.

Not gonna lie, it's good to see Congress at least pretending to care about 1A issues.

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