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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - February 21, 2018


All HAARP repeaters located in Wyoming were successfully destroyed.


The Cabal's attempt to set off Yellowstone Caldera was thwarted.


Several dark energy field emitters were also destroyed in the process near and around Yellowstone National Park.


Alliance Ghost Teams obtained further documents from one of the hidden underground Cabal outposts before they were all destroyed.


These documents revealed the location of another outpost under Torc Mountain, Ireland.


The documents also included construction plans of another portal gate at this outpost.


The Alliance have dispatched Ghost Teams to the location in Ireland.


The wild goose chase continues.


The collapse of the financial system remains imminent.


Whether the Cabal have been totally neutralized or not, the Alliance will release the RV if the financial system is about to collapse.


The finger is on the trigger for the RV release. Ready to replace the old financial system with the new quantum financial system at a moments notice.


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Restored Republic via a GCR as of Feb. 22, 2018

Restored Republic via a GCR Update as of Feb. 22 2018 Compiled 12:01 am EDT 22 Feb. 2018 by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, ret, CEO, Child Abus...

Monday, February 27, 2017

Arizona Senate Votes to Treat Organized Dissent as Organized Crime



The Republican-dominated Arizona Senate voted to expand racketeering laws to include protesters and protest organizers, meaning police could arrest demonstrators and seize their assets

The Arizona Senate on Wednesday voted to expand racketeering laws to allow police to arrest anyone involved in a protest and seize their assets, treating demonstrators like organized criminals.

The law, SB 1142, also expands the definition of a riot to include any damage to property, and allows police to make arrests when they suspect a protest will turn violent—even before it actually has.

The Arizona Capital Times explains:

[T]he real heart of the legislation is what Democrats say is the guilt by association—and giving the government the right to criminally prosecute and seize the assets of everyone who planned a protest and everyone who participated. And what's worse, said Sen. Steve Farley, D-Tucson, is that the person who may have broken a window, triggering the claim there was a riot, might actually not be a member of the group but someone from the other side.

"This is a total perversion of the RICO [Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations] process, the racketeering process, and I see major Constitutional issues down the line," Farley told the Associated Press. "I don't think this is going to do anything but get us into more lawsuits."

The chilling of First Amendment rights in Arizona comes as Republican-dominated state legislatures push a wave of anti-protest legislationnationwide.

While voting for the law, right-wing state sentors used the justification that protesters upset with the Trump administration's agenda are paid provocateurs, a conspiracy theory often touted by President Donald Trump and other right-wingers.

"You now have a situation where you have full-time, almost professional agent-provocateurs that attempt to create public disorder," Sen. John Kavanagh, a Republican, told the Arizona Capitol Times. "A lot of them are ideologues, some of them are anarchists. But this stuff is all planned."

Moreover, by including protesters under racketeering laws, the police would be empowered to arrest organizers in the planning stages of an event. "Wouldn't you rather stop a riot before it starts?" Kavanagh, a former police officer, asked the senate during a floor debate.

Will Gaona, policy director for the ACLU of Arizona, noted that the states' police unions pushed for the bill:

Those supporting the bill include the ED of Arizona Police Association and their lobbyist, as well as the President of PLEA (Phx PD Union) pic.twitter.com/0rDrKOXUwr

— Will Gaona (@Will_Gaona) February 23, 2017

"I'm fearful that 'riot' is in the eyes of the beholder and that this bill will apply more strictly to minorities and people trying to have their voice heard," Sen. Andrea Dalessandro, a Democrat from Green Valley, told the Capitol Times.

SB 1142 is now headed to the Arizona House for a vote.

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