FBI violates privacy of 1000s with fake app — ‘outrageous!’ (Full show)

The ANOM app, created by the FBI and disseminated throughout the criminal underworld in 90 countries in “Operation Trojan Shield” has led to the arrest of 800 people so far in what is being praised as a significant blow to organized crime worldwide. The arrests came as a shock to the criminals, some of whom abandoned the use of coded language, speaking openly on the app about their criminal schemes. … Read More >FBI violates privacy of 1000s with fake app — ‘outrageous!’ (Full show)

Florida Authorities Find No Wrongdoing in Handling of Epstein’s Controversial 2008 Case

Epstein purportedly committed suicide in 2019 after being arrested by federal authorities for suspected sex trafficking, for which he was subsequently convicted posthumously. However, this was not the first time he was charged, he struck a contentious plea bargain in 2008 with Florida prosecutors. … Read More >Florida Authorities Find No Wrongdoing in Handling of Epstein’s Controversial 2008 Case

A US woman’s phone call with friend lands her son in court over his involvement in Capitol Hill riot

The mother of a suspected rioter told her friend over the phone that her son had stormed the Capitol in January. The friend told her grandson, who called the FBI. Now the suspect faces charges over the uprising on Capitol Hill. … Read More >A US woman’s phone call with friend lands her son in court over his involvement in Capitol Hill riot

‘US-backed coup plot’ involving assassination of Belarusian president, other officials foiled by Minsk & Moscow

Several people, including two in Russia, have been arrested for allegedly plotting an armed insurrection against the Belarusian president. He claims that the US may have sanctioned the assassination attempt. … Read More >‘US-backed coup plot’ involving assassination of Belarusian president, other officials foiled by Minsk & Moscow

Hidden Russiagate docs expose more misconduct, evidentiary holes: ex-investigator

Exclusive: Kash Patel, a former Russiagate investigator on the House Intel Committee and senior White House official, says US intelligence leaders blocked the release of documents that expose more malpractice and critical evidentiary holes in their claims of sweeping “Russian interference.” … Read More >Hidden Russiagate docs expose more misconduct, evidentiary holes: ex-investigator