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Oh..a passing thought. ..:-X
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SHARE THIS PHOTO AND SPREAD THE WORD !  >> #ANONYMOUS   #OpSyria  
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Ok, so the end of the world is the 21st right? Well, here in New Zealand that's tomorrow, but will we have to wait until America catches up or do we go ahead and kiss our asses goodbye?
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That's what I saying lol
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Love it when I realize it's only Saturday!
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Cops sexually assault mother, break 10-year-old son's leg, claims lawsuit [ // +toto handala Thank you for the great articles you sent]
Cops break a 10-year-old boy's leg with a kick then sexually assault mother by flicking pierced nipple, a shocking new lawsuit claims.
BY JOHN MARZULLI / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Krystle Silvera says in lawsuit cops from 63rd Precinct sexually assaulted her and broke son Courtney’s leg when they came to her Brooklyn home in search for her ex-boyfriend last year.
A Brooklyn cop kicked a 10-year-old boy in the shin, breaking his leg, as the child was recording him with his cell phone, according to court papers.

Cops were responding to Krystle Silvera’s Flatbush home looking for her ex-boyfriend in connection to violating an order of protection, according to Silvera’s lawsuit, which also contains disturbing allegations that she was sexually abused by a cop.

Krystle’s son Courtney Silvera was eating his breakfast cereal when the cops began knocking on the door.

The visit soon spiraled out of control shortly after cops began pounding on the front door at 7 a.m. on Jan. 30, 2013, according to the complaint filed in Brooklyn Federal Court.

Silvera’s 61-year-old mother, who is suffering from brain and lung cancer, answered the door but had difficulty understanding the cops’ reason for being there, the suit said.

The curious child went to see what was going on, grabbed his mother’s cell phone and began recording the commotion.

“The police had come to our house before (due to the domestic violence complaint) and he’s fascinated by the police, he looks up to them,” Silvera, 30, a nursing student at Long Island University, told the Daily News.

But the cop apparently didn’t like being recorded and began assaulting the child, the suit said.
Cops were responding to Krystle Silvera’s Flatbush home looking for her ex-boyfriend in connection to violating an order of protection, according to Silvera’s lawsuit, which also contains disturbing allegations that she was sexually abused by a cop.

“I heard my son screaming, ‘You can’t do that! You’re hurting me! Don’t hit me!’ ” she said.

The mother had been upstairs getting her 5-year-old daughter ready for school. She bolted downstairs into the fray, dressed in her underclothes, and was grabbed by a cop who pulled her outside in the freezing cold, the suit alleges.

While Silvera was being restrained, her breast popped out of her bra revealing a pierced nipple, according to the suit.

“The officer flicked the piercing, he flicked the ring up with his finger on my right breast,” she said. “He said, ‘Is this what mothers look like these days?’

“My neighbors saw me naked. It was degrading. I can deal with the embarrassment of what (the police) did to me in front of my neighbors, but the hardest thing is explaining to my kids that not all police are bad,” she added.

Silvera was charged with assaulting the cops and released two days later on $1,500 bail.

When she returned home, Courtney’s leg was black-and-blue and swollen, she said. The boy was taken to Kings County Medical Center, where an X-ray showed his leg was fractured.

But Courtney’s dream of becoming a detective someday hasn’t been shattered.
“I told my mom being a detective would be cool,” the youngster said.

“I want to be a better detective than the one who did this.”

An NYPD spokeswoman said the Internal Affairs Bureau has opened an investigation based on the allegations in the suit.

Three of the officers were treated and released at Maimonides Hospital for minor injuries following the incident, the department said.

“I’ve seen a lot of police brutality cases, but nothing as low as this, kicking a 10-year-old boy,” said the family’s lawyer, Anthony Ofodile.

Silvera, who later pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, is seeking unspecified monetary damages for the alleged civil rights violations.

The cell phone captured sounds and voices during the confrontations but the video image is herky-jerky from the struggle.

Silvera said her son was briefly handcuffed, but when cops learned he was only 10-years-old, they removed the restraints.
Both of her children have been traumatized by the incident, she said.

The cops were from the Warrants Division and the 63rd Precinct in Flatlands.
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This has me outraged against Apple!
They developed a technology that will shut our smart phones off when video recording the police..in turn helping them in their brutality on law abiding citizens with no fears of being held accountable.
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Syria has gone Dark

It looks like Internet in Syria has gone down. Fear not, the agents of Telecomix have set up dial up lines for #OpSyria so those on the ground can communicate. 

#opSYRIA Dialup access
+46850009990
+492317299993
+4953160941030
user:telecomix  password:telecomix

OR +33172890150
login/pw:toto

EDIT:

@Speak2tweet is still up and running  
902123391447
302111982716
390662207294
16504194196.
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Well duh
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Oh my freakin God!??
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