Multiple Deaths Reported After Vintage Plane Crashes and Bursts into Flames

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Joe Seyton reports:

At least five people were reportedly killed and a dozen more injured after a vintage military plane crashed in Connecticut on Wednesday.

Thirteen people were aboard the World War II-era B-17 bomber aircraft owned by the Collings Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving aviation history, when it crashed at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks.

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The famous Oklahoma gun store has just released another hilarious advertisement designed to circumvent Facebook’s ban on saying or showing pictures of “guns” in commercials.

Murf’s Guns, out of Duncan, Oklahoma, is inspiring Second Amendment advocates across the nation with his clever promotions.

Moreover, store owner Kale Murphee made a surprise appearance on the Alex Jones Show earlier this week to share how he came up with the marketing idea as well as how Big Tech censorship is warping how vendors behave across the nation.

Murphee is on board to have his business and lifestyle flourish as he has six more similar ads planned for future release. Stay tuned!


Landmark euthanasia trial opens in the Netherlands

AP Photo/Aleks Furtula

AP Photo/Aleks Furtula

By Raf Casert and Aleksandar Furtula

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — A landmark euthanasia trial opened in the Netherlands Monday seeking to pinpoint what to do with dementia patients who have previously stated their wish to die under certain circumstances but later might have second thoughts.

The court case centers on a 74-year-old woman who was given fatal doses of drugs three years ago despite some indications she might have changed her mind. The doctor in the case is accused of making insufficient efforts to find out whether the patient still wanted to die.

She is charged with breaching the euthanasia law and, if the judge rules the request of the patient was insufficient, that charge could in theory become murder. But the prosecution is not seeking any penal sentence against the doctor and does not question her good faith. Instead, the prosecution centers its case on setting out a better legal framework for the future.

"We think the doctor has not acted carefully enough and thus passed a threshold. But at the same time, we also say that this threshold is not very clear," said public prosecution spokeswoman Marilyn Fikenscher, underscoring the arguments that the doctor acted with good intentions.

"She does not need to be punished," Fikenscher said. The daughter of the patient who died also strongly defended the doctor.

It is the first such case since the 2002 legalization of euthanasia in a nation that has long been a trailblazer in the intentional ending of a life if suffering becomes overwhelming. The Netherlands' 2002 euthanasia law decriminalized the practice if it is carried out by a physician who adheres to strict conditions.

Officials began probing the case last September, when they found the doctor had added a tranquilizer to the patient's coffee and then had family members hold her down while delivering the fatal injection of drugs.

During Monday's opening session, the doctor, now retired, said she was fulfilling the patient's written euthanasia request from 2012. By the time she died, the woman suffered from "deep dementia," the doctor said, a condition in which brain functions such as analytical thought, abstract reasoning and planning are quickly ravaged.

The doctor testified that because the patient was not mentally competent, nothing the woman said around the time of her death was enough to invalidate the written statement. She said the patient could no longer fathom the meaning of such concepts as euthanasia and dementia.

But Dutch prosecutors argued that the patient's written request was unclear and contradictory. In 2012, upon learning of the onset of her Alzheimer's disease, she filed a euthanasia declaration that said she "certainly did not want to be placed in an institution for demented elderly."

"I want a humane farewell for my loved ones," the patient wrote. She later added to the declaration that she wanted euthanasia to take place "when I, myself, consider the time ripe."

The Netherlands is one of five countries that allow doctors to kill patients at their request, and one of two, along with Belgium, that grant the procedure for people with mental illness.

Euthanasia involves doctors actively killing patients with an injection of drugs but in assisted dying, patients are provided with a lethal solution that they must drink themselves.

For those with late-stage dementia, euthanasia is still possible if the person made a written demand specifying the conditions under which they want to be killed and if other criteria are met, namely if the doctor agrees the patient is suffering unbearably with no prospect of improvement.

After Monday's session the case is due to resume for a day on Wednesday and the outcome of the trial is set to be announced in two weeks' time.

Dutch prosecutors are also examining two other criminal investigations into doctors who performed euthanasia in questionable circumstances; another two cases were recently dropped.

Steven Pleiter, Member of the Board of the Levenseinde Kliniek end-of-life hospital, said the case should not give the impression that the Netherlands takes such life-and-death issues too lightly.

"This is the first case that (has happened) in about 50,000 cases of euthanasia, and so there is a very careful practice in the Netherlands," Pleiter said.


As focus turns to Jeffrey Epstein's ranch, official says: "There is a story to be told in New Mexico"

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Image: Reuters

New Mexico's commissioner of public lands said she's on a mission for justice as details emerge about Jeffrey Epstein's alleged sex abuse at his ranch in the state. In an exclusive interview, she revealed her office is fully cooperating with investigators and has turned over 400 pages of Epstein's property records to investigators — documents that may contain names of his alleged co-conspirators.

As investigators begin to interview women who said they were abused at Epstein's ranch, New Mexico Public Lands Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard told CBS News' Mola Lenghi she hopes taking this step will inspire more alleged victims to come forward because "there is a story to be told in New Mexico."

"To say that it was heart wrenching and sickening to see this man's signature on state land office documents is an understatement," Garcia Richard said. 

Epstein's compound, called Zorro Ranch, partially rests on land he leased from Garcia Richard's office. The lease agreements with the state were included when Epstein purchased the property in 1993 under the name Zorro Trust, which later became Cypress, Inc. Garcia Richard said she is now reviewing the leases with Cypress, Inc. to see if it is in breach of contract. If so, the commissioner insisted she would terminate the agreements.

As with his homes in New York, Palm Beach and the Virgin Islands, Epstein, a convicted sex offender, is alleged to have sexually abused young girls on the sprawling, nearly 10,000-acre property.

For Garcia Richard, it's difficult to imagine what may have been happening on the New Mexico property. 

"They name folks that were ranch managers, and so you just kind of wonder who knew what when at the time that these activities were taking place," she said. 

State property records newly obtained by CBS News show that in addition to a main house, Epstein's property has a pool, firehouse, offices, a log cabin and guest house among other amenities. Garcia Richard said the property also features an airstrip, an antique railroad car and train tracks. 

Epstein didn't appear to have connections in New Mexico prior to purchasing Zorro Ranch. Asked what would draw him to the state, Garcia Richard said, "I think there's a perception that people won't ask questions … this case can really show the world that you can't get away with things in New Mexico."

Sources told CBS News that Epstein leaned on his political connections in New Mexico. Former Governor Bill Richardson visited the Zorro Ranch at least once. Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre alleged in a recently unsealed 2016 deposition that Epstein's friend Ghislaine Maxwell told her to have sex with Richardson. 

Soon after the deposition was unsealed, a spokesperson for the former governor said in a statement, "These allegations and inferences are completely false. To be clear, in Governor Richardson's limited interactions with Mr. Epstein, he never saw him in the presence of young or underage girls. Governor Richardson has never met Ms. Giuffre."


Federal energy program suggests keeping thermostat set at 78 degrees — 82 while you sleep


By Colleen Killingsworth

LOS ANGELES - To keep your home cool with central air conditioning while also optimizing energy efficiency (and therefore cost), keep the temperature at 78 degrees Fahrenheit or higher.

The suggestion comes from Energy Star, a federal program managed jointly by the Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency that provides information to consumers about energy efficiency practices that not only save consumers money, but also improve air quality and protect the environment.

With record-breaking heat waves becoming the norm, finding ways to beat the heat without busting your budget might seem mystifying, which is why Energy Star provided consumers with a set of energy-saving recommendations on how to best manage central air conditioning in warmer spring and summer months.

According to Energy Star, keeping your central air thermostat set to 78 degrees is optimal for both cooling and energy efficiency, but this recommendation only applies to the times when you are home.

While you are away from the house during the day, you should keep the thermostat set to 85 degrees or higher.

While you sleep, Energy Star recommends keeping the temperature set at 82 degrees or higher.

For those who hate to sweat in summer months, keeping your home temperature set at a minimum of 78 degrees during the day and 82 degrees through the night might sound awful, but the benefits are significant.

For every degree you raise the set temperature of your central air, you’ll save about three percent on your utility bill, according to the Department of Energy.

On top of running air conditioning, Energy Star also recommends opening windows to fill the house with cool air at night and then shutting all windows and blinds in the morning to trap the cool air inside. Additionally, air sealing your home and installing window treatments can help prevent heat gain via your doors and windows during the day.

The Department of Energy also stresses keeping the heat coming from within your house to a minimum as well to keep efficiency high and costs low. Small adjustments like turning off appliances and lights when they aren’t being used, only washing full loads of laundry and dishes, taking shorter showers and running fans while you do things like shower and cook can also help reduce the heat build-up in your home.


Sean Spicer to try to boost his national profile with 'Dancing With the Stars'


By Quint Forgey

Sean Spicer, who gained national notoriety for his rocky tenure as President Donald Trump's first press secretary, will compete in the upcoming season of “Dancing With the Stars."

The network announced the latest celebrity lineup for the popular reality television dance show Wednesday morning on ABC's “Good Morning America.” 

“Straight from the briefing room, it’s Sean Spicer!” proclaimed ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee during a glitzy segment introducing the contestants. 

Two black-shirted production assistants rolled out a lectern to the applause of an in-studio audience waving gold cheer poms, and Spicer offered a wave and a single clap before taking his seat in a director's chair alongside country music singer and former “American Idol” aspirant Lauren Alaina.

“Now that everybody is assembled, honestly — and ignore the fact we're on live television — how many of you are having second thoughts already?” asked host Tom Bergeron after the contenders had been revealed. Spicer raised his hand.

“The nice thing is, Sean will be in charge of assessing audience size,” Bergeron later quipped.

In a brief exchange of on-air pleasantries, Spicer asserted he is a significantly less talented dancer than his mother-in-law, and revealed he was kicked out of his school's band in the sixth grade.

"The quote was, 'You have the sense of beat of a steamroller,'" Spicer recalled, adding that his strategy on the show would be to "work really, really, really, really hard." 

But Trump’s ex-spokesman struck a merrier tone on Twitter, writing: “It’s time to have some fun. Excited to join a great cast and show @DancingABC.”

Spicer resigned from the White House in July 2017 after six months on the job in protest of Trump's decision to name Anthony Scaramucci as communications director, who was fired from that position within 11 days.

News outlets including POLITICO reported following Spicer's exit that “Dancing With the Stars” had expressed interest in him joining the show. Trump's Energy secretary, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, competed on the program in 2016 and was voted off in that season's second week.

Since leaving the administration, Spicer signed with Worldwide Speakers Group, made a self-deprecating cameo appearance at the Emmy Awards, was interviewedby former special counsel Robert Mueller’s team of investigators, and unveiled a life-size wax likeness of first lady Melania Trump at Madame Tussauds New York.

The new season of “Dancing With the Stars” featuring Spicer premieres Sept. 16, but it remains unclear just how popular the Republican operative will prove among viewers.

survey conducted in April 2017 by E-Score, a polling company used by major talent agencies and TV executives to assess celebrities, found that 64 percent of respondents had a negative opinion of Spicer, compared with 36 percent who liked him. Spicer’s overall score — based on awareness, appeal and attributes — was 13 out of 100.


When a clown doll landed in this woman's backyard, she burned it and slept with a knife

By Alexis Shanes and Rodrigo Torrejon

HARRINGTON PARK — They all float down here. Or at least they fall from the sky.

Renee Jensen and her boyfriend were relaxing on a sunny Saturday afternoon when an unidentified object landed in their backyard. The object sailed through the air, somehow not hitting any of the trees surrounding her yard, she said.

As Jensen approached the object to inspect it, she came face to face with Pennywise, the murderous clown that lives off fear. And although it was a doll, the plush toy with its frayed-off tag and mysterious markings on its forehead was enough to spook Jensen and her boyfriend.

(Photo: Renee Jensen)

(Photo: Renee Jensen)

"I turned it over and I jumped back and dropped the thing and yelled for Alex," Jensen said. "He picked it up, and I was freaking out. It was creepy and it had weird ... I don't even know what the writing was. It looked culty."

The plush doll represents the latest iteration of the fictional character Pennywise, the ancient, evil antagonist from Stephen King's novel "It." After a TV miniseries adaptation in 1990, a film adaptation of the novel hit theaters in 2017. The sequel "It Chapter 2" is set to be released next month.

In the sequel's trailer, Pennywise is seen dangling in the air from a cluster of balloons, as he slowly floats down to the ground. 

With her boyfriend getting ready to leave for work, Jensen decided to report the doll to the police. Even officers were creeped out by the tiny doll, refusing to touch it, she said. 

So when officers left, Jensen, who owns a reiki and intuitive healing business in Ridgewood, did not want to take any chances. 

"They left, and then I burned the thing," she said. "I tried to burn it with a lighter. The stupid thing would not light, because it has the flame retardant. Then I put olive oil on it. Still wouldn't light. Then I put newspaper on it and light it up on fire."

The doll succumbed to the flames, almost completely burned to ashes. After burning the doll, Jensen burned sage and walked around her property, trying to cleanse the area. And at night — still scared — she slept with a knife. Just in case. 

"I didn't want this thing on my property," she said. "I know people think it's crazy but ... it's creepy."


Google “Machine Learning Fairness” Whistleblower Goes Public, says: “burden lifted off of my soul”

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 Staff Report writes:

  • VIDEO: “the police began looking for me…”

  •  Google Sent Threatening Letter to Google Insider Zachary Vorhies: “they knew what I had done and that letter contained several demands”

  •  HUNDREDS of Internal Google Documents Leaked to Project Veritas… news blacklist, “human raters,” YouTube CEO video…

  •  Google Insider Wants More Insiders to Blow Whistle: “people have been waiting for this Google Snowden moment where somebody comes out and explains what everybody already knows to be true”

  •  “I felt that our entire election system was going to be compromised forever, by this company that told the American public that it was not going to do any evil”

The internal Google documents are available here.

(San Francisco) A Google insider who anonymously leaked internal documents to Project Veritas made the decision to go public in an on-the-record video interview. The insider, Zachary Vorhies, decided to go public after receiving a letter from Google, and after he says Google allegedly called the police to perform a “wellness check” on him.

Along with the interview, Vorhies asked Project Veritas to publish more of the internal Google documents he had previously leaked. Said Vorhies:

“I gave the documents to Project Veritas, I had been collecting the documents for over a year. And the reason why I collected these documents was because I saw something dark and nefarious going on with the company and I realized that there were going to not only tamper with the elections, but use that tampering with the elections to essentially overthrow the United States.” 

In June of 2019, Project Veritas published internal Google documents revealing “algorithmic unfairness.” Vorhies told Project Veritas these were documents that were widely available to full-time Google employees:

“These documents were available to every single employee within the company that was full-time. And so as a fulltime employee at the company, I just searched for some keywords and these documents started to pop up. And so once I started finding one document and started finding keywords for other documents and I would enter that in and continue this cycle until I had a treasure trove and archive of documents that clearly spelled out the system, what they’re attempting to do in very clear language.” 

Vorhies walks towards police with phone in hand.


Shortly after the report including the “algorithmic unfairness” documents was published, Vorhies received a letter from Google containing several “demands.” Vorhies told Project Veritas that he complied with Google’s demands, which included a request for any internal Google documents he may have personally retained. Vorhies also said he sent those documents to the Department of Justice Antitrust Division.

After having been identified by an anonymous account (which Vorhies believes belongs to a Google employee,) on social media as a “leaker,” Vorhies was approached by law enforcement at his residence in California. According to Vorhies, San Francisco police received a call from Google which prompted a “wellness check.”

Vorhies described the incident to Project Veritas:

“they got inside the gate, the police, and they started banging on my door… And so the police decided that they were going to call in additional forces. They called in the FBI, they called in the SWAT team. And they called in a bomb squad.”

“[T]his is a large way in which [Google tries to] intimidate their employees that go rogue on the company…”

Partial video of the incident was provided to Project Veritas. San Francisco police confirmed to Project Veritas that they did receive a “mental health call,” and responded to Vorhies’ address that day.

“Google Snowden moment”

Project Veritas has released hundreds of internal Google documents leaked by Vorhies. Among those documents is a filecalled “news black list site for google now.” The document, according to Vorhies, is a “black list,” which restricts certain websites from appearing on news feeds for an Android Google product. The list includes conservative and progressive websites, such as and The document says that some sites are listed with or because of a “high user block rate.”

Another newly published document titled “Fringe ranking/classifer: Defining channel quality” lists an example ranking of various news sites, including CNN and FOX News. A document titled “Fake news & other fringe: Trashy recap” reveals that videos are rated by multiple “human raters.”

One internal Google document labelled “coffee beans” appears to show Google employees discussing diversity hiring practices. A related internal thread of communications also shows an apparent discussion about the “coffee beans” document, where one Google employee expresses concern that the document appears to “misrepresent Google’s hiring practices in a way that could raise legal questions…”

Another thread of internal Google documents shows Google employees discussing President Donald Trump’s infamous “covfefe” tweet, and a proposed plan to change the Google translation of the term.

“You’re going to be a hero”

Vorhies told Project Veritas that he hopes more insiders at Google decide to go public and discuss big tech abuses.

“My message to those that are on the fence is I released the documents. They can go in, they can see everything that Google is doing and then they can see the scale of it. Because I think that there’s a lot of engineers that have a hint that things are wrong, but they don’t understand the colossal scale that it’s at. And so for those people, I say, look at the documents, take the pulse of America, see what’s happening and come and tell the world you know what you already know to be true.”

Project Veritas requested comment from Google on this story but did not receive a response at the time of this publication.

Leaked documents

Below is an index of internal Google documents Project Veritas received from the Google insider. Each folder can be downloaded by clicking on the links in the table. Project Veritas has not re-named any of the files, but did arrange the documents into the downloadable folders below.



Fake News

Hiring Practices

Leadership Training

Machine Learning Fairness


Psychological Research

Misc and Video


Post On 4Chan Announced Epstein Death 40 Minutes BEFORE News Became Public


Jeff Dunetz writes:

This Epstein suicide gets weirder by the hour. Buzzfeed is reporting that about 40 minutes before Aaron Katersky of ABC News broke the news of Jeffrey Epstein death via twitter, an anonymous message 4chan announced the suicide, “dont ask me how I know, but Epstein died an hour ago from hanging, cardiac arrest.”

Obviously, this raises the questions Who is the poster? And how the heck did he find out?


It gets weirder when others on the message board demanded evidence, the poster gave details about the attempts to save the pedophile, including that first responders attempted to resuscitate Epstein for 40 minutes before he was taken to a hospital, where medical staff continued efforts to revive him for 20 more minutes.

Not only were there details but it was in first-responder-type jargon. Which may be an indication that it was one of the first responders who posted the news to 4Chan.


Buzzfeed spoke to the NYFD who could not verify the information but…

Frank Dwyer, an FDNY spokesperson, told BuzzFeed News he “could not verify the accuracy” of information in the 4chan post. But he said any medical professional who divulges patient information without consent is in violation of a federal health privacy law, HIPAA, and that FDNY would look into it.

“The department will review this incident,” he said at the time. The FDNY later said that it “is reviewing this incident, there is no investigation” — but would not describe the difference between a review and investigation.

The nickname for the NY Fire Dept. has always been “New York’s Bravest.” But after trying to differentiate between review vs. investigation, the name of their press team should be “New York’s most confusing.”

The investigation/review or whatever you want to call it happened was over quickly as two hours after telling Buzzfeed about the review, the NYFD, determined this alleged information did not come from the Fire Department.” The reason for that determination was that the medical facts on the board did not match their records:

“We looked at the information provided by [a BuzzFeed News] reporter and we looked at our own records and there was no match.It doesn’t match our medical records.”

Whether or not the medical part of the 4chan post was correct (and the NYFD spokesman may be fudging the truth) the question remains how did that anonymous poster find out before anyone else?


Radiation from Cellphones, Wi-Fi is Hurting the Birds and the Bees; 5G May Make it Worse


Dana Dovey writes:

Technology is quite literally destroying nature, with a new report further confirming that electromagnetic radiation from power lines and cell towers can disorientate birds and insects and destroy plant health. The paper warns that as nations switch to 5G this threat could increase.

In the new analysis, EKLIPSE, an EU-funded review body dedicated to policy that may impact biodiversity and the ecosystem, looked over 97 studies on how electromagnetic radiation may affect the environment. It concluded this radiation could indeed pose a potential risk to bird and insect orientation and plant health, The Telegraph reported.

This is not a new finding, as studies dating back for years have come to the same conclusion. In fact, one study from 2010 even suggested that this electromagnetic radiation may be playing a role in the decline of certain animal and insect populations. The radio waves can disrupt the magnetic "compass" that many migrating birds and insects use. The creatures may become disorientated, AFP reported.

The electromagnetic radiation also interrupted the orientation of insects, spiders and mammals, and may even disrupt plant metabolism, The Telegraph reported.

As a result of this most recent finding, the UK charity Buglife urged that plans to install 5G transmitters may have "serious impacts" on the environment, The Telegraph reported. For this reason, it suggests these transmitters not be placed on LED street lamps, which would attract insects and increase their exposure.

5G is a fifth generation wireless technology that transmits data at high speeds. It is used by phone towers to make phone calls, text messages and to browse the internet.

In addition, the charity called for further studying of this threat.

"We apply limits to all types of pollution to protect the habitability of our environment, but as yet, even in Europe, the safe limits of electromagnetic radiation have not been determined, let alone applied," said Matt Shardlow, CEO of Buglife, The Telegraph reported.

In the United States, AT&T plans to be the first to have 5G available, and will launch the network in 12 cities by the end of the year, PC Mag reported.


POTUS Trump Speech on U.S. in Afghanistan, August 21, 2017

POTUS Trump Speech on U.S. in Afghanistan, August 21, 2017

The following is the transcript and video of President Donald Trump's August 21, 2017 speech outlining an alleged U.S. strategy to stay in Afghanistan for many months if not years to come -- such that American soldiers and Marines not yet born on 9/11 will soon follow in the footsteps of British and Soviet troops in the graveyard of empires.

You could watch the whole 25 minute speech embedded below, or you could just read the transcript with the soundtrack provided by the 1980s Soviet Afghan war songs the Russia Analyst posted here, but we warn you: they may give you the urge to punch a wall or get drunk over the waste of it all. -- JWS

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Open Eyes Yield Economic Secrets In Cinematic View? Meanwhile The Big Ponzi Participants Turn Inward…!

Open Eyes Yield Economic Secrets In Cinematic View?  Meanwhile The Big Ponzi Participants Turn Inward…!

Instead, we hear about meaningless puppet agencies that are used by the ESF to do their bidding, like the Federal Reserve. The ESF, the US treasury, and the Secretary of the Treasury are just examples of ordinary money changers, but with powers on a global scale. Or, to put it into simple terms, they hide behind an ordinary label like that of an “ACCOUNTANT.” A money changer tasked with protecting America’s paper king! But reality says the label is underestimated regularly, as it’s actually one bad arsed dude hiding behind an ordinary shingle, “The Accountant!” Therefore, the simple message may just be…….. “I’m here in broad daylight, but you don’t even know I exist!!!!” Hint-Hint, everyone just needs to OPEN THEIR EYES! Answers may be available in cinematic color.

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US Business Isolation Is In The House, It’s Only A Matter Of How Much And How Long

US Business Isolation Is In The House, It’s Only A Matter Of How Much And How Long

The US business isolation handwriting is on the wall. And the news broadcast of the above trade deals with a primary emphasis on media sales & marketing from the msm, in a high level form of promoting MSM (media sales and marketing) is more proof of US self isolation. How can you call it “self,” WG? It’s “self” because if we are right on top of our business/economic global trade game, especially with the vast natural resources we have at our disposal, then this news conference would have had three figureheads at the table, not two! A high price will have to be paid to get back to our normal game, with quality levels of business output, and then a possible reintroduction to the heads of table in key global trade deals.

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