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Name: Laser Haas
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Hometown: Anywhere USA
Home country: United States
Current location: NOMADIC
Member since: Mon Apr 21, 2008, 01:12 PM
Number of posts: 7,805

About Me

Love BB, Laser Tag, Poker (Tournaments only). Work with Occupy camps. Willing to help you in your fight for justice (let's discuss it).

Journal Archives

Ha Ha - Did Trump's family get caught wearing Nike?


Evidently, the kid, didn't get the memo.

Whistleblower's Heide Webber considers Halunen Law gig


Heidi Webber blew the whistle on the frauds of Global University; which resulted in her being featured on Judge Alex Ferrer's prime time TV show 'Whistleblower'.

Resultant of the nation exposed case (and the rare success for a whistleblower) Globe U., whistleblower, Heidi Webber, is in discussions with Minnesota law firm of Clayton Halunen, on considering Heidi Webber becoming a part of Halunen's firm.

We think this is a great idea!

Many of us are ecstatic that Judge Alex Ferrer's new TV show - Whistleblower - has been a success. It is an effort in support of truth telling; which is long over due.

We applaud Attorney at Law, Clayton Halunen, considering having Global U., whistleblower, Heidi form a whistleblower advocacy unit, in his firm.

For decades, now, whistleblowers have suffered loss of job, income, career and worse; because, the telling of hard truths, comes and great risk.

Arguably, the risk to reward ration is a suckers bet!

Don't get me wrong, as I'm a lifetime whistleblower, who still believes it must be done, regardless of reward; and Judge Alex Ferret agrees that thoughts of rewards are secondary.

It is deeply encouraging to see the 'Whistleblower' show foster so much national attention, into unchartered waters.

Lawyers and firms who will even bother to listen to a whistleblower, are extremely hard to find.

Hopefully, with such, positive light on whistleblowing, occurring, due to the national exposure of Judge Alex Ferrer's 'Whistleblowerr' show - perhaps - truth telling will be more readily accepted; and more law firms will consider whistleblower advocacy units, as part of their efforts!

Is it okay to put a foot in Romney ass during Senate run

As the former CEO of eToys.com, upset that the refusal to investigate or prosecute Mitt Romney resulted in the demise of Toys R Us (which stole our eToys), I posted a Tweet on the issue of - whether or not- it is a federal crime to put my foot in Mitt Romney's ass.

Billions stolen, public company destroyed and people died, Speciously.

Shouldn't victims be allowed the satisfaction of getting in the ring with Wall Street - Above the Law - fraudsters?

Just sayin......

...........................some - J U S T I C E


Breaking: DeAndre Harris beaters, Sentenced

Source: Greg Palast


Read more: https://www.gregpalast.com

Claims of Tortured Children at Virginia Immigration Center; State CPS Finds No Abuse Or Wrongdoing

Source: Activist Post

Immigrant children in Virginia have been tortured by officials who work in the Shenandoah Valley Juvenile Center according to a federal lawsuit. A preliminary investigation by state investigators, however, somehow found no abuse or neglect, as stated in a copy of the findings issued Monday by the Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice obtained by The Associated Press.

"State investigators say a Virginia detention center that straps immigrant children to chairs and places bags over their heads doesn’t meet the 'legal threshold' for abuse," AJ+ tweeted.

Kids as young as 14 appear to have been subjected to torture at this facility that operates as an immigration detention center.

According to the news outlet, the children were found to have been shackled, stripped naked and held in solitary confinement for days.

Read more: https://steemit.com/immigration/@activistpost/claims-of-tortured-children-at-virginia-immigration-center-state-cps-finds-no-abuse-or-wrongdoing

The Hill Interview: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey explains what got Alex Jones suspended

Source: The HILL


Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey isn’t sure if the timeout given to Alex Jones will convince the right-wing conspiracy theorist to “reconsider” his social media behavior.

But Dorsey, in an interview with The Hill the morning after his company handed down a seven-day suspension to Jones, says its enforcement actions are intended to promote better behavior from its users.

“We're always trying to cultivate more of a learning mindset and help guide people back towards healthier behaviors and healthier public conversation,” the 41-year-old co-founder of Twitter said.

“We also think it's important to clarify what our principles are, which we haven't done a great job of in the past and we need to take a step back and make sure that we are clearly articulating what those mean and what our objectives are.”
Dorsey, wearing a black t-shirt that showed off a forearm tattoo unusual for a Washington, D.C., setting, spoke to The Hill during a furious media tour that included interviews with NBC’s Lester Holt and The Washington Post.

He’s doing outreach amid stark criticism that Twitter has been too soft on Jones, the InfoWars owner who has suggested the Sandy Hook shooting of school children was staged — and that Twitter’s content and behavior rules are unclear.

Apple, Facebook and Spotify are among the tech companies that have banned Jones and Infowars in the last 10 days, but Twitter argued Jones had not actually violated its content policies until a Tuesday tweet linking to a Periscope video in which he urged his followers to take up “battle rifles” in the crusade against censorship.

Dorsey said he wasn’t involved in the decision to restrict the accounts, and that he found out about it after the fact through a text from Twitter lead counsel Vijaya Gadde, who also attended the interview.

“We were getting a number of reports around the tweet and the Periscope that the content was inciting violence, which is against our terms of service and we took action,” Dorsey said.

For seven days, Jones’ account will essentially be restricted to reading tweets and sending direct messages to his followers.

Read more: http://thehill.com/policy/technology/402072-the-hill-interview-twitter-ceo-jack-dorsey-explains-what-got-alex-jones

Apple, Facebook and Spotify are among the tech companies that have banned Jones and Infowars in the last 10 days, but Twitter argued Jones had not actually violated its content policies until a Tuesday tweet linking to a Periscope video in which he urged his followers to take up “battle rifles” in the crusade against censorship.

Avenatti gets to fly Guatemala child home to his mother


U.S. rests its case against former Trump aide Manafort

Source: Reuters via AP

U.S. prosecutors on Monday rested their case against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort after 10 days of testimony detailing how he avoided taxes on at least $16 million of income and lied to banks to maintain an extravagant lifestyle once his work for pro-Kremlin politicians in Ukraine dried up.

More than two dozen witnesses painted a picture of Manafort, 69, as a lavish spender with little regard for the law. A political consultant in the Ukraine, Manafort stashed his money in 31 undisclosed offshore bank accounts, and skirted taxes on that income by wiring it directly to vendors to snap up real estate, bespoke suits, cars and antique rugs, the witnesses said.

Read more: https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN1KY27M

Plea for arrests in Kay Bee, Fingerhut, eToys & Toys R Us cases

Many of victim has been crying loud about foul play, seeking for an investigation and prosecution, of Goldman Sachs, Bain Capital/ Romney and their crooked lawyers of MNAT, and partner of MNAT, Colm Connolly (who was arranged to be federal prosecutor over the cases in question) and their 'Brown Bag King of New York's - Paul Traub.

But Sachs & Mitt own federal prosecutors like Colm Connolly, who breached his fiduciary duty.

Paul Traub was partners in Tom Petters Pinzi and Marc Dreier frauds, after Traub confessed deliberate lies under oath, in eToys.

But feds won't touch Traub; cause he's a Romney man.


Trump is Obstructing Justice to aid the cover ups!

Jay Clayton, who is head of the SEC, is aiding in the cover ups, where Claytob was a partner of Sullivan & Cromwell (duplicity in eToys case), and Jay was Attorney for Goldman Sachs (who ripped off eToys - thrice - for a billion dollars); and Mr. Clayton was invested in Bain Capital.

Now Trump is compounding the matters, by (re) nominating Colm Connolly to be a federal District Court Judge (in 2008 we persuade then Sen. Biden to block Colm's judgeship).

Now Toys R Us is gone and a Mattel bankruptcy could???

Enough is enough!

This is my video plea, for justice...


There's no question about the fact that Goldman Sachs & Bain Capital have been partners, in organized crimes, for , at least, 20 years. It is a matter of public record that Goldman Sachs aided Mitt Romney, Bain Capital and Thomas Lee Partners, to be involved with 'The Learning Company'; which was shoved up Mattel's arse to the tune of $4 billion, instant, catastrophic, loss.

Nor is there any question that Bain & Sachs ripped off eToys.

Compounding those schemes & artifice to defraud, there's the Kay Bee, FAO Schwartz, Fingerhut and more cases.

There are more than 100 crimes, easy to see; but dozens of federal agents & agencies have buried their heads.

It is a mile high house of untenable cards.

We need only 1 honorable federal agent.

If you know somebody, please advise.

....LINKS to other articles - corroborative

Article about Trump Obstructing Justice in Toy cases.


SEC Commissioner - Jay Clayton, is part of the gangs.


Details on Sachs, Mitt and Bain rip off Mattel $4 Billion


Twitter's stock plunges on weak user numbers

Source: AP

The Latest on Twitter Inc.'s quarterly earnings report. (all times local):

4 p.m.

Twitter's stock plunged 20.5 percent after the company said monthly users decreased in the second quarter.

In percentage terms, the decline was slightly worse than Facebook's plunge the day before, but Facebook is a far more valuable company.

Twitter and Facebook are trying to reduce the amount of abuse and hate speech on their platforms, but that's affecting their growth, one of the things investors value the most.

Read more: https://apnews.com/amp/bb10ea42a29b4239b26ff54d336e8fcd?__twitter_impression=true

Shadow Banning is costing them - royally
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