Daily Archives: October 3, 2014

X22Report – U.S. Government & CDC Are Not Disclosing Everything About Ebola – Episode 482 – 3 October 2014

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NaturalNews – Ethan A. Huff – Governments Seize Colloidal Silver Being Used To Treat Ebola Patients, Says Advocate – 3 October 2014

NaturalNewss Logo-April-2014(NaturalNews) Efforts to bring natural Ebola treatments to suffering West Africans have been squelched by the World Health Organization (WHO), which recently blocked multiple shipments of nanosilver solution measuring at 10 parts per million (ppm) from entering the region, leaving thousands to suffer needlessly.

WHO officials also reportedly called off a trial at an Ebola isolation ward where local health authorities were set to begin administering the silver, which the U.S. government previously demonstrated is highly effective against Ebola. WHO ordered the trial not to proceed despite the fact that it had earlier voiced support for experimental treatments. Continue reading

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Possible Leak From Ferguson Grand Juror Being Probed – 3 October 2014

RT logoA Twitter post declaring there is not enough evidence to indict the officer who killed Michael Brown in Ferguson is being investigated by prosecutors, and could potentially derail the entire grand jury process.

The St. Louis County prosecutor’s office said Wednesday that it is investigating whether there was a leak by a grand juror hearing evidence in the case of Darren Wilson – the white Ferguson police officer who shot and killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in August.

The leak came in the form of a Twitter post belonging to the account of Susan M. Nichols, @thesusannichols, as identified by the Washington Post. The message was posted in response to another user.

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Biggest Bank In US Hacked: JPMorgan Admits Data Breach For 76 Mn Households – 3 October 2014

RT logoMore than half of all households in the United States were affected by a data breach that occurred earlier this summer, JPMorgan Chase revealed on Thursday. The names, addresses, and numbers of millions of affected bank clients were stolen by hackers.

The largest bank in the country said in aregulatory filingthat 76 million households and seven million businesses had their data compromised – including names, email addresses, home addresses, and phone numbers.

However, the bank said that all account holders’ money was safe, and that there is no evidence to suggest that even more sensitive information like Social Security numbers or passwords were stolen.

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ZeroHedge – Europe’s Losing Battle For Recovery – 3 October 2014

The wobble in world markets continues, with stock indices across all time zones down steeply in recent sessions. Investors are not only realigning their exposure in anticipation of tighter liquidity conditions as the US Federal Reserve finally brings its asset purchases to a close later this month. After today’s European Central Bank (ECB) meeting they are also looking nervously at the magnitude of the task facing eurozone policymakers. And they appear to be coming to the conclusion that generating a rebound in growth may be too tough a job for Europe’s leaders to accomplish in the near term.\

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Philadelphia Becomes Largest US City To Decriminalize Marijuana – 3 October 2014

RT logoPhiladelphia has decriminalized small amounts of marijuana in the city, reducing penalties for possession and public use to minor fines and community service. The move makes Philadelphia the largest city in the United States to decriminalize pot.

Mayor Michael Nutter signed the legislation on Wednesday, making the possession of 30 grams or less a civil offense. Though the law, which will go into effect on Oct. 20, does not legalize marijuana in the city.

Those found in possession of 30 grams or less of marijuana will be cited and fined $25. Smoking pot in public can result in a citation and a $100 fine, or nine hours of community service,accordingto The Inquirer. Possessing more than 30 grams is still a criminal offense in the city, and anyone caught with marijuana who cannot show identification will still be arrested.

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Vice Accused Of Bowing To Big Corporations, Sacrificing Journalism For Business – 3 October 2014

RT logoA former associate editor for Vice is making waves after releasing internal emails that he says suggests that “there’s no wall between editorial and marketing” at the media company.

On Wednesday this week, Los Angeles-based writer Charles Davis posted a series of screenshots on Twitter that he claims have come from emails sent by management at Vice, where he worked from December 2012 until last month, according to his resume.

In one apparent exchange, Davis shows an email in which he’s reminded that “basically any mention of a large entity that [Vice] might be marking some kind of business deal with…should get run up the flagpole” before being published.

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