from corbett report: People from around the world are getting ready to enjoy the Winter Olympics, but the Vancouver police, the RCMP, the Canadian military and even the US Army are preparing to take on anyone who dares to speak out against the games. This week on The Corbett Report we talk to Kevin Annett and DJ Ball about the Vancouver police state, Olympic protests and the possibility of false flag terror at the 2010 games.
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update1: unlawful anti-terror powers planned for 2012 olympics
from times online: Police are planning to use an anti-terror law deemed unlawful by the European Court of Human Rights across the country during the London Olympics, The Times has learnt. Senior officers are considering using Section 44 of the Terrorism Act 2000 at every Underground and railway station nationwide. Privacy campaigners criticised the proposal yesterday. The powers would enable police to stop and search members of the public without any suspicion that they were involved in terrorism. The Times understands that this would be the first time that the powers would have been used across such a wide area.
update2: warning signs of impending olympic attack
internet mayday, who payday, guardian heyday
the latest corbett report audio interviews:
#127 - dj ball, #128 - mark & josh & #129 - bob chapman
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