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Published Date: August 19th, 2019




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Global Protest Escalate / Portland / Hong Kong / Paris

At least 13 arrests have been made in the most recent confrontation with Antifa in Portland, Oregon, the Portland police confirmed on Aug. 17.

Right-wing groups from across the country had converged on Portland to protest Antifa and bring attention to its terrorist-like activities.

Antifa is a far-left group whose members have made Portland a stronghold and often engage in protests that eventually turn violent. President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter today that major “consideration is being given to naming Antifa an ‘organization of terror.’”

The Portland Police said they are trying to keep two large groups away from each other—presumably Antifa and the Proud Boys. The Proud Boys describe themselves as “Western chauvinists who refuse to apologize for creating the modern world,” according to their website.

Videos have surfaced on Twitter of what appear to be members of the far-left group and other right-wing groups fighting and berating each.

HONG KONG—Thousands of Hong Kongers including many teachers took part in more anti-government rallies on Aug. 17, braving thunderstorms to march past shops shuttered due to growing concern that police could adopt tougher tactics to drive activists from the streets.

Following an escalation in violence over the past few days, the rallies this weekend are a key test of whether the protest movement can retain the broad support that it has appeared to enjoy. The peaceful turnout suggested it may, though the protests turned more confrontational by nightfall.

The protests began as opposition to a now-suspended extradition bill but have since grown to include broader demands.

Demonstrators say they are fighting the erosion of the “one country, two systems” arrangement that enshrined some autonomy for Hong Kong since China took it back from Britain in 1997.

“The government has been ignoring us for months. We have to keep demonstrating,” said CS Chan, a math teacher at a rally of teachers which police said was attended by up to 8,300 people.

Yu, aged in her 40s and a music teacher at a local secondary school, said she was determined to show support for protesting students, even though she didn’t agree with all their actions.

China expert Li Yiping warned Hongkongers that Beijing has prepared three “vicious” schemes to deal with the upcoming rally on Aug. 18. Both protesters and Hong Kong police will be victimized because Chinese spy agents will pose as protesters to commit heinous crimes against the police, according to information Li obtained from an insider who works for the Chinese regime.

Li was a participant of the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy movement 30 years ago. He continues to expose the evilness of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in the past 22 years as an expatriate in Canada. His 200-page book, “A Blueprint for Revolution,” is banned in China and the strategies it proposes has inspired many democratic and rights activists in the country.

In his Youtube channel “Yiping’s Political Forum,” Li revealed in an Aug. 14 video that according to the information he obtained from an insider, the Chinese regime has made three arrangements to quell the relentless protests in Hong Kong. The insider wished to remain anonymous due to the sensitivity of the matter.

Hong Kong has been embroiled in mass protests since June as Hongkongers express their disapproval of an extradition bill that would allow China to seek extradition of criminal suspects. Many fear that once passed, Hong Kong residents, including foreign nationals, could be arrested and subjected to a Chinese legal system that is known for groundless charges, arbitrary detentions, and torture.

Yellow Vest Riot French Police investigated 300 times for excessive force. The French body that investigates police abuses has launched nearly 300 investigations into alleged excessive use of force by riot police during yellow vest protest since the start of the unrest. The head of the General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPN) watchdog. Brigitte Jullien told France’s liberation on Monday 288 investigations into the alleged unjustified use of force against anti-government protesters had been launched since November 2018.

Mme Jullien, however, denounced the use of the term “police violence”, saying it was not the “legally correct wording” and that most of the probes were focused on the possible “illegitimate and excessive use of force” by riot police during the demonstrations. The yellow vest protests – so-called because of the fluorescent safety jackets all French motorists must carry in their cars – began in mid-November over planned fuel tax hikes, but rapidly snowballed into a broader revolt against President Emmanuel Macron, widely perceived as arrogant and indifferent to the needs of ordinary citizens. The movement initially mobilized tens of thousands of demonstrators nationwide each Saturday, although it has since fizzled out to smaller numbers.

The protests were often marred by violent clashes between protesters and police, pushing the Macron government to introduce increasingly tough policing tactics. Non-lethal weapons used during the yellow vest rallies include rubber bullets, tear gas canisters and stun grenades. Rubber bullets and the flash-ball guns used to fire them have been the subject of heated debate in France.

Critics say they have caused severe injuries to dozens of protesters, including several who have been partially blinded after being struck in the head. Interior Minister Christophe Castaner has repeatedly rejected such claims, saying both rubber bullets and stun grenades were needed to control violent individuals who mingle among the yellow vests.


Paris has been subjected to riots for 40 weeks running.  (Image: Reuters)

New York City’s medical examiner ruled Jeffrey Epstein’s death a suicide Friday, confirming after nearly a week of speculation that the financier faced with sex trafficking charges hanged himself in his jail cell.

Epstein, 66, was found dead at the Metropolitan Correctional Center on Aug. 10, touching off outrage that such a high-profile prisoner could have gone unwatched at the Manhattan federal lockup where infamous inmates Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman and Wall Street swindler Bernard Madoff came and went without incident.

Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Barbara Sampson said in a statement that she made the suicide determination “after careful review of all investigative information, including complete autopsy findings.”

Sampson’s announcement came as a Justice Department official told The Associated Press that some prison staffers believed to have relevant information aren’t cooperating with investigators.

Epstein’s lawyers said they were “not satisfied” with Sampson’s conclusions and that they would conduct their own investigation, including seeking to obtain any video of the area around Epstein’s cell from the time leading to his death.

Epstein, arrested July 6 and jailed since was found dead with a bedsheet around his neck less than 24 hours after more than 2,000 pages of documents were made public from a since-settled lawsuit against an ex-girlfriend alleged to be his aide-de-camp. The documents included graphic allegations against Epstein and a 2016 deposition in which he refused to answer questions to avoid incriminating himself.

At the time of Epstein’s death, the Bureau of Prisons said he had apparently killed himself. But that did not squelch conspiracy theories, including one retweeted by President Donald Trump that speculated Epstein was murdered, Clinton Crime Syndicate, Deep State, European and Middle East Royalty, Hollywood Elite, Silicon Valley Technology Giants, Wallstreet Financiers, Washington Congressional Leaders and 1,000’s of elite names released in court documents.

Remember Hillary Clinton’s Email Scandal, the 30,000 or so that went missing that were subpoenaed? Well, we might be able to find them. We just need to ask Google. At The Daily Caller, investigative reporter Luke Rosiak said that the former first lady’s IT guy, who ignored a congressional subpoena, might have created an encrypted Gmail account and forwarded all those communications to that address. So, it looks like the Russians don’t need to look for them after all, a joke that Trump said at a press conference during the 2016 election that sent the liberal media into a tailspin. No, he wasn’t asking the Russians to spy it was in jest. It was sarcastic—and if you think otherwise, pat yourself on the back. You’re one of the reasons why Trump won because he, along with his team, knows the liberal media is corrupt, stupid, or both. And when you know that—you can make these clowns do anything. And he’s done that repeatedly since he won the election.

Anyway, back to Clinton’s IT guy, Rosiak notes the timeline and details, including the discovery that this transfer, which did not seem to spark much interest with now-fired and disgraced FBI Agent Peter Strzok who was a key person in the bureau’s investigation into Hillary’s server (via Daily Caller):

Virtually every single one of Hillary Clinton’s emails were sent, potentially secretly, to a cryptically named Gmail address, according to a new Senate report.

The finding, which has not been previously reported, means that Clinton’s emails, including classified ones and ones which were later deleted, likely existed on Google’s U.S.-based servers. The FBI said in the report that it knew this — and of the suspicious explanation for it — but did not alert other intelligence agencies or the public, according to the report.

The FBI says that the suspicious Gmail address was set up by an IT aide, Paul Combetta, who worked for a company that managed Clinton’s server. Combetta is the same IT aide who used BleachBit to permanently erase copies of Clinton’s emails after they were subpoenaed by the House, misled the FBI about it, and was given immunity from prosecution, all while asking for basic computing advice on Reddit.

Combetta refused to cooperate with the Department of Justice Inspector General and with the authors of the Senate report about his use of the cryptic email address. He previously pleaded the Fifth before Congress in September 2016 about his deletion of emails.

Combetta worked for Platte River Networks, a technology company in Colorado that began managing Clinton’s email server when she decided to house it more professionally than the homemade server in her basement.

Charles McCullough, the Intelligence Community Inspector General, and his investigator Frank Rucker discovered that every one of Clinton’s emails except four were secretly copied to the cryptically named email address, CarterHeavyIndustries@gmail.com, according to the report.

But when Rucker brought the findings to Peter Strzok, the anti-Trump agent who was in charge of the Clinton case for the FBI, he seemed disinterested and did not ask any followup questions, Rucker told Senate investigators.

August 20, 2012: Paul Combetta, a Platt River Networks (PRN) employee, creates CarterHeavyIndustries@gmail.com.

June 2013: Clinton’s PRN server (an upgrade from her basement server) becomes active.

February 2014: Clinton aide Monica Hanley mails Clinton’s old laptop to Combetta to transfer emails from 2010 off of it. Combetta migrates the emails to the new server using the Carter Heavy Industries gmail account as an intermediary, according to the FBI. Combetta was supposed to wipe the laptop and mail it back to Hanley, but there is no evidence that Combetta wiped it or mailed it, according to the DOJ IG.

Summer 2014: Combetta puts Clinton’s emails on Mills’ and Samuelson’s laptop the more typical way — by uploading PST files. Mills directed him to set clintonemail.com to delete all mail after 60 days, but he doesn’t do it.

March 2015: Days after a House committee issues an order requiring all of Clinton’s emails to be preserved, Combetta “had an ‘oh shit’ moment,” according to the FBI, and retroactively deletes Clinton’s old emails using Bleachbit.

September 17, 2015: Combetta is interviewed by Strzok voluntarily. He denies deleting emails.

January 15, 2016: Rucker drops off a packet of info to Dean Chappell of the FBI containing information about the Carter email address. Chappell emails: “I did get your information and we were aware of the one thing you found.”

January 20, 2016: Rucker asks the FBI to let him know the explanation for the Carter Industries account since other agencies have equities, but the FBI gives no answer.

February 9, 2016: Peter Strzok is promoted to Section Chief.

February 18, 2016: At 2pm, Rucker meets with Strzok and Chappell about Clinton server issues. Strzok seems disinterested. Strzok interviews Combetta for a second time that same day — it is unknown whether this occurs before or after the Rucker meeting, or whether the timing is a coincidence. Combetta tells the FBI he created the dummy email account to transfer Clinton’s archived emails from the archive laptop to the PRN Server. (The DOJ IG says the FBI already knew that Combetta was behind the Carter account, but it is not clear how.) Combetta says he does not recall deleting any emails, even though the FBI shows him evidence that they were deleted

May 3, 2016: DOJ gives Combetta immunity, even though team members say he should be prosecuted for repeatedly lying, according to the DOJ IG.

April 20, 2018: DOJ IG interviews Strzok about allegations that he had ignored evidence of a compromise of Clinton’s server. He tells DOJ OIG that the allegations were “not accurate” and he did not know “where that could come from.” The report says the questions were prompted by news reports, however, the news reports did not occur until August 2018.

June 2018: DOJ IG report on FBI conduct in Clinton case is released. It vaguely makes reference to Combetta using a “dummy” account.

June 2018: DOJ IG interviews the FBI’s Chappell and asks about his interactions with the ICIG. He says he does not remember receiving anything from him related to evidence of email routing data. Rucker is also interviewed by DOJ IG.

Eventually, Strzok was fired over the thousands of anti-Trump texts he sent to his mistress, bureau lawyer Lisa Page, and he reportedly signed off on the counterintelligence probe into Russian collusion that became the probe headed by ex-Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The two were also worried the FBI was going too hard on Clinton.

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