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The Beloved FBI: Planting Child Porn on Computers

SweetSue92

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So, Democrats, here are your new favorite friends, the FBI. And here is reporter Sharyl Attkisson. They don't like her words, so they will just plant some child porn on her husband's computer. Hey, no problem. All for the Greater Good, amirite?

 

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Not surprising at all. The FBI has a long history of planting or altering evidence.


APRIL 20, 2015

Forty years ago, Bob Dylan reacted to the conviction of an innocent man by singing that he couldn't help but feel ashamed "to live in a land where justice is a game." Over the ensuing decades, the criminal-justice system has improved in many significant ways. But shame is still an appropriate response to it, as the Washington Post made clear Saturday in an article that begins with a punch to the gut: "Nearly every examiner in an elite FBI forensic unit gave flawed testimony in almost all trials in which they offered evidence against criminal defendants over more than a two-decade period before 2000," the newspaper reported, adding that "the cases include those of 32 defendants sentenced to death."

The article notes that the admissions from the FBI and Department of Justice "confirm long-suspected problems with subjective, pattern-based forensic techniques—like hair and bite-mark comparisons—that have contributed to wrongful convictions in more than one-quarter of 329 DNA-exoneration cases since 1989."

That link points back to 2012 coverage of problems with FBI forensic analysis, but the existence of shoddy forensics has been so clear for so long in so many different state and local jurisdictions that the following conclusion is difficult to avoid: Neither police agencies nor prosecutors are willing to call for the sorts of reforms that would prevent many innocents from being wrongfully convicted and imprisoned, and neither the Republican nor the Democratic Party will force their hands.


Alan Dershowitz Rips Special Counsel Mueller as 'a Partisan and Zealot'​


By Eric Mack | Sunday, 08 April 2018 12:07 PM EDT

Ripping FBI special counsel Robert Mueller as a political "zealot," Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz reminded staunch Mueller supporters about the former FBI director's role in protecting "notorious mass murderer" Whitey Bulger as an FBI informant.

"I think Mueller is a zealot," Dershowitz told "The Cats Roundtable" on 970 AM-N.Y. ". . . I don't think he cares whether he hurts Democrats or Republicans, but he's a partisan and zealot.

"He's the guy who kept four innocent people in prison for many years in order to protect the cover of Whitey Bulger as an FBI informer. Those of us in Boston don't have such a high regard for Mueller because we remember this story. The government had to pay out tens of millions of dollars because Whitey Bulger, a notorious mass murderer, became a government informer against the mafia . . .

“And that's regarded in Boston of one of the great scandals of modern judicial history. And Mueller was right at the center of it. So, he is not without criticism by people who know him in Boston."

Dershowitz, a famed defender of civil liberties, frequently rails against "criminalization of political differences," and picked up the defense with host John Catsimatidis.

"I think our legal system among Western democracies is among the most politicized," Dershowitz said. "We're the only country in the world that has to appoint special counsel. In virtually every other country the administration of justice is objective. It's enforced by career people, by civil servants, by people who are not beholden to political parties or the president or Congress.
 

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Democrats are making crackpot conspiracies super believable these days. Expect more to come.
Like the Democrat theory about the FBI planting porn on computers?
:lol:
 

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Another crackpot conspiracy theory?
This is an issue. Even before the internet if a person was looking for sex which was questionable to pay for it, there were law enforcement people who looked young to entrap someone. Looking at images on the internet can be infused with images of younger people with the viewer not knowing it. This is much more benign than people who crave a sexual encounter with a younger person. But most people who view images have no interest in watching the young that is put into those type of sites. And that can incriminate a potential enemy of the state.
 

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This is an issue. Even before the internet if a person was looking for sex which was questionable to pay for it, there were law enforcement people who looked young to entrap someone. Looking at images on the internet can be infused with images of younger people with the viewer not knowing it. This is much more benign than people who crave a sexual encounter with a younger person. But most people who view images have no interest in watching the young that is put into those type of sites. And that can incriminate a potential enemy of the state.

When did the FBI do this?
 

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So, Democrats, here are your new favorite friends, the FBI. And here is reporter Sharyl Attkisson. They don't like her words, so they will just plant some child porn on her husband's computer. Hey, no problem. All for the Greater Good, amirite?

Defund the FBI
 

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When did the FBI do this?
So, the FBI is innocent of any wrongdoing while the Progs vote to defund the same with law enforcement. I am expected to bring that evidence. So, Val Demmings a cop in Central Florida who was not that good ends up being a Police Chief and, in the Congress, and then votes to defund police in a national Prog agenda and it means nothing. So, things like this are proof to me. The smell of corruption and evil exists. To you it does not end because there are Repubs that may be involved.
 

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Knowing their sordid corrupt history, I wouldn't put this beyond the FBI. It's just too easy.

I've always been very wary regarding possession of contraband laws for that very reason. It's just too fucking easy for a crooked cop to plant the evidence. I've seen it happen with my own eyes. I've heard crooked cops brag and laugh about it. It's just too easy for a cop to plant some drugs in your home or vehicle.

And with computers connected to the internet, contraband images could be planted on them even if they are never even in the vicinity of the device. It could be hacked from halfway across the globe.
 
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So, the FBI is innocent of any wrongdoing while the Progs vote to defund the same with law enforcement. I am expected to bring that evidence. So, Val Demmings a cop in Central Florida who was not that good ends up being a Police Chief and, in the Congress, and then votes to defund police in a national Prog agenda and it means nothing. So, things like this are proof to me. The smell of corruption and evil exists. To you it does not end because there are Repubs that may be involved.

How many votes? Who exactly voted to defund the police? When Obama was president he had a program called Taskforce for 21 century Policing to create respect for and confidence in US law enforcement.
 

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How many votes? Who exactly voted to defund the police? When Obama was president he had a program called Taskforce for 21 century Policing to create respect for and confidence in US law enforcement.
Well golly gee!
 

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I'll wager many of our lettered departments have operated according to the party in powers whims....

~S~

Most of them maintain a nonpartisan posture and just do their job based on the Oath they took to uphold the constitution and rule of law.
 
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How many votes? Who exactly voted to defund the police? When Obama was president he had a program called Taskforce for 21 century Policing to create respect for and confidence in US law enforcement.

The title of this thread says "beloved FBI" and here you are, defending the FBI. Right on cue, Surada.
 

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