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FBI concerned with the line between protected free speech and hate crimes
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Central Indiana is not immune to hate crimes. In fact, 21-year-old Nolan Brewer is in federal prison for the next three years for attacking a Carmel synagogue in July of 2018.
The line between a hate crime and protected free speech is one the Federal Bureau of Investigation is concerned with. Supervisory Special Agent Brian Monahan is in charge of the Indianapolis Division of Public Corruption and Civil Rights. He helped the FBI Citizens Academy understand the difference between a hate crime and free speech protected by our First Amendment.
“The violence or the threat of those violence is what removes these activities, these statements, from protective First Amendment,” Monahan said.
Brewer made hate crime personal to central Indiana when he and his wife, a minor, targeted the Congregation Shaarey Tefilla, a Jewish Synagogue in Carmel. The FBI said Brewer confessed he and his wife targeted the house of worship.
“That symbology at that location, to that community, we recognize as the FBI, and our Department of Justice understand, that that is a hate crime. That is a crime that is motivated by bias and that represents threatening behavior,” Monahan explained.
The aftermath of Brewers’ attack on the synagogue was clear for everyone to see, through spray-painted iron crosses and swastikas. Monahan said these symbols “bring back images and thoughts of the holocaust and the mass extermination that happened.”
The FBI said a hate crime can involve bias against a person of group based on race, religion or gender identity just to name a few. But under the First Amendment, people do have the right to say what they want so long as it is not followed by violence or threat of violence.
“We cannot investigate a case based purely on protected First Amendment speech,” Monahan explained. “It violates the constitution which we’ve sworn to uphold.”
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Is Donald Trump behaving like a mafia boss? Adam Schiff, the Democratic chair of the House intelligence committee, thinks so.
Schiff said the way Trump leaned on Ukraine, seeking dirt on political rival Joe Biden was a “classic, mafia-like shakedown”. Many others have made the same comparison.
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You don’t need to be a supporter of President Trump to be concerned about the efforts to remove him from office. Last week House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced impeachment proceedings against the President over a phone call made to the President of Ukraine. According to the White House record of the call, the President asked his Ukrainian counterpart to look into whether there is any evidence of Ukrainian meddling in the 2016 election and then mentioned that a lot of people were talking about how former US Vice President Joe Biden stopped the prosecution of his son who was under investigation for corruption in Ukraine.
Democrats, who spent more than two years convinced that “Russiagate” would enable them to remove Trump from office only to have their hopes dashed by the Mueller Report, now believe they have their smoking gun in this phone call.
It this about politics? Yes. But there may be more to it than that.
It may appear that the Democratic Party, furious over Hillary Clinton’s 2016 loss, is the driving force behind this ongoing attempt to remove Donald Trump from office, but at every turn we see the fingerprints of the CIA and its allies in the US deep state.
In August 2016, a former acting director of the CIA, Mike Morell, wrote an extraordinary article in the New York Times accusing Donald Trump of being an “agent of the Russian Federation.” Morell was clearly using his intelligence career as a way of bolstering his claim that Trump was a Russian spy – after all, the CIA should know such a thing! But the claim was a lie.
Former CIA director John Brennan accused President Trump of “treason” and of “being in the pocket of Putin” for meeting with the Russian president in Helsinki and accepting his word that Russia did not meddle in the US election. To this day there has yet to be any evidence presented that the Russian government did interfere. Brennan openly called on “patriotic” Republicans to act against this “traitor.”
Brennan and his deep state counterparts James Comey at the FBI and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper launched an operation, using what we now know is the fake Steele dossier, to spy on the Trump presidential campaign and even attempt to entrap Trump campaign employees.
Notice a pattern here?
Now we hear that the latest trigger for impeachment is a CIA officer assigned to the White House who filed a “whistleblower” complaint against the president over something he heard from someone else that the president said in the Ukraine phone call.
Shockingly, according to multiple press reports the rules for CIA whistleblowing were recently changed, dropping the requirement that the whistleblower have direct, first-hand knowledge of the wrongdoing. Just before this complaint was filed, the rule-change allowed hearsay or second-hand information to be accepted. That seems strange.
As it turns out, the CIA “whistleblower” lurking around the White House got the important things wrong, as there was no quid pro quo discussed and there was no actual request to investigate Biden or his son.
The Democrats have suddenly come out in praise of whistleblowers – well not exactly. Pelosi still wants to prosecute actual whistleblower Ed Snowden. But she’s singing the praises of this fake CIA “whistleblower.”
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer once warned Trump that if “you take on the intelligence community, they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you.” It’s hard not to ask whether this is a genuine impeachment effort…or a CIA coup!
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Assange judge blocks extradition to Azerbaijan of ‘McMafia’ wife
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Assange judge blocks extradition to Azerbaijan of ‘McMafia’ wife

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Chief Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot has ruled that the wife of a multimillion-pound embezzler should not be extradited to Azerbaijan because she would face an unfair trial. Arbuthnot is the presiding judge in US extradition hearings against imprisoned WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange. Her appointment in that case has provoked widespread outrage because of glaring conflicts of interest caused by her marriage to a former Conservative Party MP with close ties to Britain’s armed forces and intelligence services.
Arbuthnot ruled against the extradition of Zamira Hajiyeva last Friday on humanitarian grounds. She found there was “a real risk” she would suffer a “flagrant denial of justice” if extradited to her home country. Hajiyeva’s husband Jahangir Hajiyev embezzled £76 million from the state-controlled International Bank of Azerbaijan (IBA), where he was chairman until 2015.
Hajiyeva faces allegations she helped defraud the IBA. She has been dubbed the “McMafia wife”, after a BBC television crime series, for her lavish decade-long spending spree across central London.
At Harrods alone, she splurged £16.3 million between 2006 and 2016. She spent £1 million in the toy department—£790,000 in a single day—and £5.75 million on jewellery. She bought designer clothes from Fendi (£136,000), Christian Dior (£143,000), Denis Basso (£131,300) and Celine (£144,000). She spent £250,000 on perfume, £30,000 on chocolates in a single day, and £2,000 at the delicatessen in just one visit.
Branching into real estate, Hajiyeva purchased a £10.5 million golf club near Ascot in Berkshire and an £11.5 million townhouse in Knightsbridge, conveniently located just metres from Harrods.
Hajiyeva’s spending habits were revealed last year after two Unexplained Wealth Orders were brought against her by the National Crime Agency. Azerbaijani authorities allege she was part of a 36-person organised crime group that used 28 credit cards to funnel cash from the bank—10 of the cards were in Hajiyeva’s name. Her husband was convicted of embezzlement and forgery in 2016 and is serving a 15-year prison sentence with fifteen others.

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Arbuthnot found there was “very little evidence” to support claims by the defence that Hajiyeva’s extradition was politically motivated. “There is no evidence at all that Mr Hajiyev or his wife played any role in politics or that they held any opinion that was inconsistent with the government’s position. They were not exposing corruption or opposing it.”
In her written judgment, she accepted there was sufficient evidence that Hajiyeva had defrauded the IBA and laundered money but ruled her extradition would amount to a “flagrant denial of justice.”
Arbuthnot found that Azerbaijan’s legal system was corrupt and that Hajiyeva would not receive a fair trial. Its judiciary “is not independent and tends to follow the lead of the prosecutor; the defence lawyers in high-profile and or sensitive cases are pressurized by the state authorities and conviction is a forgone conclusion in those cases.”
One need only swap the word “Azerbaijan” for the United States or UK and entire passages of Arbuthnot’s judgment read as a description of the illegal treatment and abuse of due process suffered by Assange. “It is very difficult to separate a country’s judiciary from the political hinterland in which it operates,” Arbuthnot observes. “Azerbaijan is riven by corruption… Despite a totemic ratification of any number of European treaties, in practice the old ways go on, with a continuing crack down on human rights and the persecution of any critics of the government.”
She continues, “It is clear from all the reports, that political activists, human rights defenders and anti-corruption campaigners (quite apart from journalists and others) are routinely imprisoned, with the courts involved in the process. Torture when it happens is not investigated by the court. The courts stand by as unfair practices take place including the use of bogus charges.”
What then of Assange? The UN’s Rapporteur on Torture Nils Melzer found earlier this year that “In 20 years of work with victims of war, violence and political persecution I have never seen a group of democratic States ganging up to deliberately isolate, demonise and abuse a single individual for such a long time and with so little regard for human dignity and the rule of law.”
Assange, a multi-award-winning journalist, intellectual and publisher, is confined to a maximum-security prison in defiance of repeated UN rulings that he is the victim of illegal and arbitrary detention and “psychological torture.” The Espionage Act indictments brought against him by the US Department of Justice are not merely “bogus”—they are unconstitutional, criminalising core journalistic activity and overturning centuries-old legal principles, including freedom of speech and freedom of the press.
Meanwhile, former US Army Private Chelsea Manning who exposed US war crimes in 2011 has been re-jailed for refusing to testify against Assange before a corrupt secret US Grand Jury and is being fined $1,000 a day.
In her ruling on Hajiyeva’s extradition, Arbuthnot cited the US State Department’s 2019 report on Azerbaijan, describing it as the “gold standard” of country reports and detailing its findings of judicial malfeasance. But the US State Department is in no position to lecture Azerbaijan on human rights. As early as 2007, WikiLeaks exposed torture by the US government in Guantanamo Bay and it later published the interrogation procedures used against detainees at CIA “black sites” in the Middle East, Europe and Asia.
As Assange wrote in October 2012, “The ‘Detainee Policies’ show the anatomy of the beast that is post-9/11 detention, the carving out of a dark space where law and rights do not apply, where persons can be detained without a trace at the convenience of the U.S. Department of Defense. It shows the excesses of the early days of war against an unknown ‘enemy’ and how these policies matured and evolved, ultimately deriving into the permanent state of exception that the United States now finds itself in, a decade later.”
Assange has since become the most prominent victim of this state of exception. The success of US imperialism’s extraterritorial reach—an Australian and Ecuadorian citizen charged by the US for publishing activities in Europe—shows the terminal condition of democracy in every corner of the globe.
Arbuthnot explained at some length the abuse of due process suffered by Hajiyeva’s jailed husband: “Mr Hajiyev became an accused person without any warning to his lawyers after being interviewed briefly as a suspect the day before when he was provided with a state lawyer.” Arbuthnot found he was deprived of adequate access to his lawyer: “they were only allowed to meet once a week for an hour. The room was monitored and their conferences were recorded.” She judged: “the timeframe to prepare for the trial was ‘outrageously quick’ … it is hard to see how the defendants can have been able to prepare their response to the prosecution case in so few months.”
As Arbuthnot delivered judgment last Friday, th
e Spanish daily El País exposed far graver crimes against Assange’s due process rights by the United States. David Morales, the owner of a Spanish security company hired to “protect” the Ecuadorian Embassy during Assange’s confinement, “handed over audio and video to the CIA of the meetings Assange held with his lawyers and collaborators.” Many of those meetings took place in the female toilets, but it turns out that in the current “political hinterland” no place is sacrosanct.
The CIA’s filthy operation breached client-attorney privilege and amounted to warrantless search and seizure, making a fair trial impossible. But on it goes, with Judge Vanessa Baraitser ruling September 14 that Assange will not be released at the end of his now-expired sentence on a trumped-up bail infringement—a sentence that should never have been imposed because Assange only broke the terms of his bail to apply for political asylum, a right recognised under international law and a protection he was granted in 2012 due to his “well founded” fear of persecution by the US.
The court hearings in central London relating to Zamira Hajiyeva and Julian Assange bear testimony to the criminality, cynicism, blood, filth, corruption and lies of imperialism.
Arbuthnot confirmed that Zamira Hajiyeva remains free on bail—indeed, her bail conditions have been lightened. She approved a four-hour reduction in Hajiyeva’s curfew to just three hours a day, from 1.00am to 4.00am. She no longer needs to report to a police station twice a week. She still lives in her £11.5 million Georgian townhouse near Harrods, purchased with money stolen from the poverty-stricken Azeri public.
Hajiyeva’s kid glove treatment by the British state is entirely self-serving. She could doubtless reveal embarrassing information about the vast sums of money slushing into London via the Azerbaijani laundromat whose cash and networks of patronage reach into the highest echelons of state.
Meanwhile, Julian Assange remains confined 22 hours a day to the hospital wing of a maximum-security prison, denied contact with his family, friends and co-thinkers, and with his legal team fighting to save his life.

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What’s The History Behind U.S. Relations With Ukraine? – WCCO
Wed, 02 Oct 2019 03:53:05 -0400

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — For the past week and half, Ukraine has been all over the airwaves. The eastern European county has become the center of an American political scandal.
So what is the country’s history? And, why is Ukraine so important to the U.S.? Good Questions.
Ukraine is the second largest country in Europe, behind Russia. Its history dates back centuries, marked by war, famine, invasions and deportations.
“It’s suffered from bad governance and also by domination by Russia and divisions within the country,” says Mary Curtain, diplomat-in-residence at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
Ukraine was part of the former USSR, but it’s been independent of Russia since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. In 2014, Russia invaded Ukraine and annexed Crimea, a peninsula on the northern coast of the Black Sea. Since then, there’s been fighting in the eastern part of Ukraine.
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“There’s been this undeclared war between Ukraine and Russia,” says Curtain.
The U.S. has been giving Ukraine financial assistance and military training for years. Curtain believes there are two main reasons Ukraine has been so closely connected with the U.S. The first has to do with geography. Ukraine is situated between the east and west, and the U.S. wants to support a strong democracy there.
“There’s this concept that if Russia can get away with what it’s done in Ukraine, then it poses a threat to our allies who are in NATO,” says Curtain.
The second issue has to do with corruption. Curtain points to a number of Americans who’ve been brought in to Ukrainian companies, like Hunter Biden, the target of President Trump’s unproven accusations, and Paul Manafort, who was sent to prison for financial crimes.
“There is the problem of corruption which has made what could otherwise be an already difficult political situation murkier and invited the controversy we’re seeing right now,” Curtain says.
Curtain says the U.S.’ political problems aren’t what Ukraine needs right now, but rather the country needs to work on its own good governance and good investment. She points out there are several human rights and anti-corruption nonprofit organizations currently working in the country.
“Hopefully, the United States can be part of the solution, not simply treat Ukraine as part of our domestic political controversies,” she says.
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VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Vatican police raided the offices of the Holy See’s Secretariat of State and its Financial Information Authority (AIF) on Tuesday and took away documents and electronic devices, a statement said.
The operation is highly unusual because the Secretariat of State is the nerve center of the Vatican bureaucracy and diplomacy, and the AIF is the financial controller of all Vatican departments.
The Vatican statement gave no details except to say that the operation was a follow-up to complaints filed in the summer by the Vatican bank and the Office of the Auditor General and related to “financial operations carried out over the course of time”.
A senior Vatican source said he believed the operation, which the statement said had been authorized by Vatican prosecutors, had to do with real estate transactions.
The statement said superiors of the departments had been informed of the operation.
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