Oct 16

Freedom Paradox Members Beat State Police in Court

Back in October 2015, I wrote about the illegal arrest of myself, Rick Gonzalez, and Scott Marshall by the Pennsylvania State Police in Lehighton, PA. During this arrest, our camera equipment was confiscated as “evidence” of a crime that was never committed. A few days later, following a call flood from our supporters, I happily wrote […]

Oct 16

Scranton Residents Gathering Signatures to Force City to Declare Bankruptcy

In a bid to end the cronyism rife in Scranton through city hall, one man has come up with a way to try to force the city to cut itself off from the bounty it’s using to pay off the friends and family of the council.   Paul Gordon Gary St. Fleur has had enough […]

Oct 16

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Speaking At Adam Kokesh's tour

As an early activist I watched a lot of Youtube videos. I was not sure of my rights or even what Freedom meant fully but I knew the videos I had seen of veteran activists making a stand was what spoke to me on some level. One of the activists that stood out to me […]

Oct 16

Newly Released Footage Reveals Avoidable Death of Six Year Old

On November 3, 2015, Officer Norris Greenhouse Jr. and Lt. Derrick Stafford fired 18 shots into a vehicle they had been pursuing. Six-year-old Jeremy Mardis was hit five times, and was pronounced dead at the scene. His father, Christopher Few, was wounded, but survived. Just short of a year later, the officers have been charged with second-degree […]

Sep 16

Cops Profit off Gambling Profit in Northampton County

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY-  Northampton County Police are the beneficiaries of over $188,000 in gambling money from the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem PA.  This follows a round in April that approached $1 million.  This is legalized graft, plain and simple, and it creates an unholy alliance between the Sands and the police, with you, the “taxpayer” […]

Sep 16

Package Triggers Bomb Squad in Bethlehem

BETHLEHEM- Bethlehem Police were alerted to a “suspicious package” in front of the Hotel Bethlehem Saturday night, September 24th.  The bomb squad was called at 8PM EST.  The incident happened on the second night of the Celtic Festival. In addition to the bomb squad, two firetrucks from the Bethlehem Fire Department were on standby at […]

Sep 16

Parking Authorities Find New Way to Extort Citizens

Imagine you’re walking back to your car in Allentown, when you catch sight of a glaring slab of yellow almost block away. What the hell is that thing?! As you approach, you realize it’s a huge, plastic-looking thing and it’s attached to… your car windshield!! Why is it on my car?! How do I get […]

Sep 16

Trenton NJ Police Vs New Jersey Weedman

Trenton Police have always had one of the worst reputations when it comes to allegations of abuse. The Department is no stranger to lawsuits and complaints.  Recently though they have jumped to the center of a lot of people’s attention by targeting a well known, and even loved marijuana activist. Edward Forchion is better known […]

Sep 16

Settlement Reached in Sandra Bland Case

On July 10, 2015, Sandra Bland was stopped for failing to signal a lane change in Waller County, TX. She was arrested and taken to a Waller County jail. Three days after Bland was booked into jail, her body was found hanging in her cell. Authorities ruled Bland’s death a suicide, but her family cast doubt, saying she […]

Sep 16

Court Rules Police Can't Block or Censor Facebook Posts

An Indianapolis woman has made a complaint to the local ACLU about being barred from posting on a local public Facebook page. Kymberly Quick, a Beech Grove resident claims in her complaint, that her simple, even respectful, comment that was critical of the Mayor’s Facebook post was not only removed but her ability to comment […]