FRAMINGHAM, MA — The anguish of a sick teenager continues well over a year after her abduction from her family. Justina Pelletier has been locked away in the care of Massachusetts DCF since February 2013, and a court has put her into the permanent custody of the state. In that time, her family has made allegations of her repeated abuse and “torture.” Justina has been barred from making public statements and has begged for help in secret notes smuggled to her family. The young girl is not even allowed to sleep properly or take a shower in privacy, shocking new details reveal.
BOSTON, MA –This year’s Boston Marathon was the subject of unprecedented levels of policing. The 26.2 mile track from Hopkinton to Boston was enclosed in a “ring of steel” — where public streets were littered with checkpoints, cameras, and police dogs. Military helicopters whirred overhead as soldiers, federal agents, and local cops scrutinized anyone carrying a purse or a bag.
BOSTON, MA — Warrantless bag searches at have become commonplace at travel checkpoints in Boston as concerns for Homeland Security have overridden citizens’ right to be free of unreasonable searches. Travelers are forced to “security inspections” of their handbags, briefcases, and other personal possessions.
HOLYOKE, MA — When a sick woman neglected to pay a $5 fee to license her pet dog, a warrant was issued for her arrest. Police came to her home, shackled her in handcuffs, and put her into a cage.
BOSTON, MA — A father is being charged by the state of Massachusetts for speaking about the kidnapping of his daughter and the oppression his family has endured for the last year. After reaching emotional, physical, and financial exhaustion, Lou Pelletier decided that the only way to save his daughter was to speak out and make his daughter’s story as public as possible. A judge’s “gag order” may cause him to be punished for exercising his right to free speech.
While some “journalists” would have you believe the biggest stories of 2013 were about twerking celebrities and over-hyped real-life courtroom sagas, much bigger events were happening with far more lasting national significance. The foundation of an American police state is already laid and making its existence known, while most of the country remains blissfully focused on sports, reality shows, establishment pseudo-news, and other distractions.
BOSTON, MA — A judge has ruled that a Boston teen may continue to be held captive in a hospital and forcibly drugged… indefinitely. The tragic series of events began when a doctor discarded an earlier medical diagnosis and declared another, prompting objections from her parents and threats to discharge her from Boston Children’s Hospital to take her to get a second opinion. An epic battle of egos ensued, and the hospital decided that the parents’ insolence in challenging the doctor was tantamount to child abuse. Without a trial or having broken a specific law, the girl was stripped from her parents’ custody and the state of Massachusetts has kept her indefinitely detained in a hospital since February 2013. Based on the latest ruling, the girl may very well be locked in a psychiatric ward until she turns 18 years old.
MASSACHUSETTS — In one of the largest frauds in Massachusetts history, a state crime lab analyst used her position of analyzing chemical evidence to intentionally forge results in order to get convictions for prosecutors with whom she had friendly ties, and to satisfy her drive to imprison drug offenders. After years of tampering with evidence her actions may have tainted more than 40,000 drug samples, involving thousands of defendants.
Carlos Miller, of Photography is not a Crime (PINAC), is no stranger when it comes to dealing with police “legally”. But after recently publishing a public servant’s office phone number, he is being threatened with a felony of “Witness Intimidation.”
METHUEN, MA — A student of the University of Massachusetts has been arrested and charged with bearing arms in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. For possessing some standard rifles and magazines in his home — and harming no one — this young man could face up to 10 years in prison. Proud of their work, local enforcers bragged about their seizure on Facebook.