SPRINGS, MS -- It has been over 3 months since 16-year-old Kaytlynn
Brann was struck on the side of the road by a truck, which then fled the
scene. The truck was driven by an off-duty Pascagoula police officer.
Kaytlynn died in the hospital.
The family says that the
officer has received preferential treatment that is helping him avoid
any criminal charges in the accident.
"He told us that
the man had left the scene. He came back 16 minutes later. That he
refused to blow, then 45 minutes later he did blow positive, and four
hours later they did a blood draw. That he would be arrested and he
would stay in jail until Monday morning. He would bond out and then we
found out the next day that that was not, in fact, true," Kristen Brann
"I'm afraid of it becoming a cover-up. That's what I'm afraid of," Keith Brann said.
Jahar planting his bomb behind the boy who was killed?
The smoke has cleared and the dust on the Boston bombing is finally beginning to settle a bit.
The frenzy on the Internet of everyone pouring over the huge
number of images and appointing themselves instant photo analysts has
cooled down somewhat, too.
But today we will drive the wooden stake through the heart of some of
the god awful silly accusations that were made which has hurt the hunt
for the truth.
We understand the public is hypersensitive about false flag attacks
now. The 911 commission was considered a bad joke by a huge majority
around the world, but that went nowhere.
The Bush administration and virtually all of
America’s institutions acted like they did not care… the proof being
that there was no major push for an under oath investigation. That was a
huge mistake as it invited more attacks… and they came.
It’s good for people to be skeptical, but going too far plays into
the hands of the bad guys as well meaning Internet sleuths can provide
good cover for the professional deception crowd. This always takes the
attention away from the most vulnerable areas any false flag
perpetrators prefer to be ignored.
An experienced Intel analyst right off the bat is going to be
hypersensitive about what is not being talked about and/or covered by
media and investigators on the first day or two. That is where you start
sniffing like a bird dog.
At Veterans Today we stuck our flag in the ground early on the
bombing drill, once again, being conducted on the day of a major event.
Yes it was in the morning, and in the vicinity of the start of the race
while the bombing was at the end.-[Full Article]
On Monday, Christopher Beatty and
friends were outside an ABC Liquor Store in North Carolina when a plain
clothes police officer demanded Beatty, also known as rapper "Xstrav,"
hand over his can of Arizona brand iced tea. The cop insisted that
Beatty hand over the drink due to the suspicion that it contained
alcohol, but Beatty was taken to the ground by the officer because the
cop didn't identify himself. The rapper was later charged with
trespassing among other charges and eyewitness Tino Brown caught the
incident on video and gives us his side of how things went down.
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A recent YouTube video captured an overzealous security guard
accusing a 24-year-old man of drinking alcohol in the parking lot of a
liquor store, and then subsequently arresting him. The kicker, of
course, was that the 24-year-old was only drinking Arizona brand Half
and Half Iced Tea.
Warning, video contains strong language
As rapper Xstrav
(Xstravagant), AKA Christopher Beatty, and his friend Tony Brown waited
for their friend in the parking lot of the Cumberland County ABC Liquor
Store in Fayetteville, North Carolina, an alleged plainclothes officer
walked up to them demanding to know what Beatty was drinking.
Naturally, Beatty was taken aback by the seemingly normal man
approaching him and asking to inspect his drink. He held the can at
arm’s length, allowing the man, who merely identified himself as
“police” verbally, to read the label, but refused to allow the strange
man to hold (or sip) the drink.
The man, professing to be a police officer, next asks Beatty to leave
the property for trespassing, even though Beatty explained he was there
in the parking lot waiting to make a future purchase.
The video clearly shows the supposed undercover officer did not
immediately identify himself as a policeman before he began questioning
Beatty, and only quickly flashes what may be a badge three seconds
before he demands the man put his hands on the trunk of his own car.
Without reading him his rights or divulging the charge for which he
was making the arrest, the security guard begins handcuffing Beatty in
the parking lot, while another seemingly drunk man wanders around the
parking lot violating the well-known law of public intoxication.-[Full Article]