Daily Archives: April 11, 2014

ActivistPost – DOJ Issues Catalog Of Albuquerque PD Constitutional Violations – 11 April 2014

Logo_activistpost-comThe Department of Justice (DOJ) itself is a largely lawless institution, but after a nearly two-year investigation into the actions of the Albuquerque Police Department, even they have to acknowledge the systematic use of egregious violence and a laundry list of general misconduct.

The APD – also known by residents as Another Person Dead – has been making the news with increased frequency following a rash of suspicious deaths, as well as the blatant execution of a homeless man, James M. Boyd, whom they set upon for “illegal camping.” You can see the list of criminals involved in that execution here.

Read the full story at: www.activistpost.com / link to original article

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ZeroHedge – JPM Misses Top And Bottom Line, Slammed By Collapse In Mortgage Origination, Slide In Fixed Income Trading – 11 April 2014

ZeroHedgeSo much for the infallible Mr. Dimon.

Moments ago, JPM reported Q1 earnings which missed across the board, driven by the now traditional double whammy of collapsing mortgage revenues – the lifeblood of any old normal bank – and fixed income trading revenues  – the lifeblood of new normal banks. Specifically, JPM reported revenues of $23.9 billion, well below the expected $24.5 billion, matched by a reported earnings miss of $1.28, down from $1.59 a quarter ago (and down $0.02 from Q4, 2014), also missing consensus estimates of $1.38.

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ZeroHedge – Frontrunning – 11 April 2014

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  • Sensitive Market Data Leaked After Government Phone Call (WSJ)
  • This is a actual Bloomberg headline: China Fake Data to Skew More Export Numbers (BBG)
  • This is another actual BBG headline: U.S. as Global Growth Engine Putt-Putts Instead of Purring (BBG)
  • Ukraine wants to buy European gas to boost energy security (Reuters)
  • JPMorgan Profit Falls 19% on Trading, Mortgage Declines (BBG)
  • Record Europe Dividends Keep $2.8 Trillion From Factories (BBG)
  • Why is Goldman shutting down Sigma X: SEC eyes test that may lead to shift away from ‘dark pools’ (Reuters)
  • Ebola Outbreak Empties Hotels as West Africa Borders Closed (BBG)
  • Australian PM says searchers confident of position of MH370’s black boxes (Reuters)
  • Gross Says El-Erian Should Explain Reason for Exit (BBG)
  • PC recalls next: Sony Issues Warning Over Vaio Battery Fire Risk (WSJ)
  • SAC Record $1.8 Billion Insider Plea Caps 7-Year Probe (BBG)
  • Texan Discovers Key to Euro Going Against Consensus (BBG)
  • GM Raises Recall Costs to $1.3 Billion (WSJ)
  • London’s Wealthy Expanding Realms by Buying Out Neighbors (BBG)
  • Coldwater Creek Files Bankruptcy After Apparel Sales Fall (BBG)

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TheGuardian – MH370: Australia ‘Very Confident’ Pings Are From Black Box, Says Prime Minister – 11 April 2014

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Australia is confident that search teams have located the missing Malaysian plane’s black box to “within some kilometres”, the prime minister, Tony Abbott, said on Friday.

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Laura Bruno – The Positive Power Of Money – 11 April 2014

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Méline Lafont – Trip To Glastonbury – 11 April 2014

My sweet friends, I will be in England Glastonbury next week on the 15th of April. I will be going to the Tor that day and want to invite you all, my friends who are able and available that day to meet up to connect with each other and to chit chat

I will be arriving in England at noon and have a 3 hour drive or so to Glastonbury so I would say between 4 and 4.30 pm we could meet at the Tor, Glastonbury. Whomever is interested and available and lives nearby to climb up the Tor to connect and meet with me: Tuesday April 15 between 4 and 4.30 pm at the Tor, Glastonbury

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James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Interview 860 – Julie Wood Discusses SSRI Stories – 11 April 2014

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Julie Wood joins us to talk about the vast archive of media accounts of prescription drug-related violence at SSRIStories.org. We discuss the risks such drugs pose to a certain percentage of the population, including some of the specific examples of drug-induced suicide and violence caused by these pharmaceuticals, and how people can use a resource like RxISK.org to find more information on these topics.

www.corbettreport.com / link to original article