Police perform house-to-house raids in Watertown MA ripping innocent families from their homes

WATERTOWN, MA -- On Friday, April 19, 2013, during a manhunt for a bombing suspect, police and federal agents spent the day storming people's homes and performing illegal searches. While it was unclear initially if the home searches were voluntary, it is now crystal clear that they were absolutely NOT voluntary. Police were filmed ripping people from their homes at gunpoint, marching the residents out with their hands raised in submission, and then storming the homes to perform their illegal searches.

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Comment by Oleg Gielman on April 24, 2013 at 1:27pm

One more time Roberto –in the name of cohesion… by taking credit where credit isn’t due, it usually follows not taking credit where credit is due –like a mole ceo of a soon to be bankrupt company always intends his underlings take the fall… many practical conclusions can be derived through what's called deductive and inductive reasoning… I cannot prove stalin murdered tens of millions of people (many of whom were even willing to be his subjects) –but I know he did, it is in the “nature” of the beast –victory through lies, deception and blood… after becoming familiar with a beast’s ideology and/or behavior one doesn’t need a camera nor a witness to know where its crypto is.

Comment by ellis beam on April 24, 2013 at 5:19am

The irony of the fact that the part of the country where our nation started is now the hot spot of idiots who go along with the atrocities that started the Revolutionary War.

Comment by Roberto Benitez on April 24, 2013 at 12:00am

Oleg, I didn't ask you for proof of a false flag operation. I just asked if you believed that Obama did it as many claimed Bush was behind 911. Now I won't say it's impossible that Obama was involved. As a matter of fact, I don't trust that Fabian socialist Muslim operating by the Alinsky and Cloward-Piven plans one bit.

However, particularly with more information coming out I believe the Obama regime was intentionally "incompetent" due to ideological reasons, i.e., and unwillingness to admit the implication that Islam is our enemy. I believe there's a lot more than meets the eye about the Saudi national that Obama tried to whisk out of the country and also the matter of the warnings from Russia for example.

But I'll admit I see no purpose in stating or implying Mr. (intentional) Obama did it without proof. Of course I wouldn't expect anybody in this regime however to not practice taqiyya over this matter, Fast and Furious, or Benghazi. If you want to ask the question, could he have done it, that's quite fair. I believe both Fast and Furious and Benghazi amounted to treason.

As for taking out bin Laden, how does that connect to the Boston bombing? However, there're credible reports that both Clinton and Panetta kept Obama out of the loop until it was under way because Valerie Jarrett had talked Obama into canceling several times earlier opportunities to get bin Laden.

While I'm not afraid to ask questions, I don't engage in accepting speculation and conspiracies as fact without relevant facts. I also expect that people should answer questions forthrightly as best they can.

You see, I don't believe that we conservatives and libertarians can afford behaving like liberals, progressives, or socialists. We can't use their tactics of deceit, theft (elections), violence, and worse. We must conduct ourselves according to the principles we claim to believe in. For me that's the Constitution and the Bible.

There's a saying from people I know, "we don't lie, cheat, or steal nor permit those among us who do; and quibbling is lying." Does that help explain my position Oleg?

PS; I often agree with you, but on this matter it seems we've sadly gotten into a spat.

Comment by Donna Rammer, mod on April 23, 2013 at 11:20pm

yes, I too agree, they did not protest, they probably would have been shot. This was illegal. They stomped on the fourth Amendment... They were terrorized!

Comment by Debra A Shawver on April 23, 2013 at 11:16pm

I agree with Dan...it was a huge martial law test..and the people of Boston "performed" beyond king o's wildest dreams....

Comment by Oleg Gielman on April 23, 2013 at 3:07pm

Until what’s its name, also known by soldiers as boom boom says it did it or janet napolitano says he did it or somebody in authority with a tinkle down its his leg says boom boom did it …folks like Roberto will need proof, do we have any paparazzi willing to make a buck? …hey, like boom boom said, it took out bin laden all by its lonesome.

Comment by Donna Rammer, mod on April 22, 2013 at 9:43pm

I feel that the public in Boston should report to their congress and senate, how they were treated. Being treated like they were the terrorists. I AM appalled by their actions. These were not the police, they looked like special ops or something more sinister. They terrorized these Bostonians, and I felt so bad for them. This definately looked like a training day, to see what the american people would do and how they would re act. You know that Obama had to OK this. Dont forget we are under NDAA and whatever the other one is, NDRA....appalling to treat OUR citizens like this!

Comment by Roberto Benitez on April 22, 2013 at 9:13pm
Just as many on the left wanted the terrorists to be right-wingers and were willing to resort to preposterous canards, innuendoes, and prevarications to further a political agenda, it seems many on the supposed right like Dan Holsopple need to believe this was a false flag operation by the Obama regime. Professional conspiracy manufacturers are even claiming that the TX fertilizer plant was caused by a missile based on sounds that are clearly different.

Nevertheless, that doesn't justify the actions of the police to search homes in the manner they did without a governor formally declaring a state of emergency and martial law or Congress doing so. But then what's left of the Bill of Rights, perhaps only the Third Amendment?

However, as long as conspiracists make absurd claims against Fabian socialist Mr. (intentional) Obama we'll never get him removed from office for provable offenses like Libya, Fast and Furious, extortion, by passing Congress, refusing to enforce laws passed by Congress, appointing officials without Senate approval, and Benghazi, the latter which i believe amounted to treason.
Comment by Dan Holsopple on April 22, 2013 at 2:34pm

Martial Law is what the whole "drill" was about. Introducing Militarized Police and Martial Law to America. The bombing is a false flag attack. It was a "sting operation" taken to the next level. The difference being WE just got stung. (Did you notice the missile attack in West, Texas - go check it out. there were at least two video witness of the burning plant attacked by an incendiary missile) 
Wake up and smell the BS.

Comment by Donna Rammer, mod on April 22, 2013 at 2:39am

oh brother, what a bunch a a holes...i cannot believe we have come to this! Breaking into innocent peoples homes...this is bull stuff...

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(TeaParty.org) – Just as the American taxpayer was finished reeling from outrage after John Conyers Jr. settled his sexual harassment lawsuit using taxpayer money, another Democrat has been caught in the same dirty act.

Up next is Democratic Congressman Alcee Hastings, accused of harassment and the unwanted touching of Republican staffer Winsome Packer, who was on the United States Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Hastings claims that he was not aware of the settlement and that he is outraged that taxpayer money was used to pay off the staffer.

“This matter was handled solely by the Senate Chief Counsel for Employment. At no time was I consulted, nor did I know until after the fact that such a settlement was made,” he said,according to Roll Call. “I am outraged that any taxpayer dollars were needlessly paid to Ms. [Winsome] Packer.”

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The lawsuit was filed in 2011 by Judicial Watch, a public interest group. In the lawsuit, a former staffer on the United States Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Packer, alleges she was the victim of “unwelcome sexual advances” and “unwelcome touching” by then-chairman Hastings.

Packer also claimed retaliation by the congressman and his staff director, Fred Turner, who also was named in the suit. The conservative judicial watchdog charged that Packer was unfairly targeted because she was a Republican serving in a commission ruled by Democrats.

This wasn’t the first time that Hastings has had a run in with the law. He was formerly a federal judge in a district court in his home state of Florida. In 1988, he was impeached by the House for bribery and perjury, and was later removed from the bench by the Senate. He was only the sixth federal judge in the history of this country to be removed from the bench by the Senate.

The lawsuit against Hastings in 2011 was filed by Judicial Watch. At the time, Tom Fitton, who still heads Judicial Watch, said the following:

“The allegations against Alcee Hastings as detailed in this complaint are outrageous. For two years Hastings subjected Ms. Packer to a never-ending barrage of unwanted sexual advances. And when Ms. Packer tried, time and again, to put a stop to it, he resorted to threats and intimidation to force her compliance. Even after Hastings’ behavior caused Ms. Packer’s physical collapse, he would not relent. We look forward to holding Alcee Hastings and the other defendants accountable for their unlawful behavior in court.”

Ms. Packer says that she was sexually harassed by Hastings from 2008 to 2010 and that when she complained about it, Hastings and Commission Staff Director Fred Turner made threats against her, including termination.

The news about Hastings comes at the same time that sexual assault allegations have exploded in the Congress, leading to resignations by several of its members. In addition to Conyers’ scandal, Senator Al Franken was accused by several women of grabbing their breasts and butts. There is a picture of Franken cupping the breasts of a woman that had gone on a trip for the USO to entertain the troops. Taxpayers also paid out $84,000 for sexual harassment charges against Republican Blake Farenthold.

Both Conyers and Franken have resigned from the House and Senate respectively. All told, the taxpayers have footed $17 million out in settlements. Judicial Watch and others have filed Freedom of Information Act lawsuits to get the complete list of all payouts made on behalf of congressmen and possibly women. What they find out could further shock and outrage Americans, and spark a fire for more reform.

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