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  • Teenager jailed for 15 years after using Facebook to blackmail 7 students into (Homosexual) sex

    02/26/2010 5:57:45 AM PST · by SkyPilot · 19 replies · 961+ views
    Mail Online ^ | 25 Feb 10 | none
    <p>An American teenager has been sentenced to 15 years in jail after posing as a girl on Facebook to blackmail seven classmates into sex.</p> <p>Anthony Stancl, 19, of Wisconsin, was accused of tricking more than 30 male classmates into sending him naked photos of themselves.</p>
  • Teen Sentenced for Facebook Sex Scam (Posed as Girl)

    02/25/2010 10:51:21 AM PST · by Dallas59 · 28 replies · 1,520+ views
    KDFW FOX 4 ^ | 2/25/2010 | DINESH RAMDE
    WAUKESHA, Wis. - A Wisconsin teen convicted of using Facebook to blackmail dozens of classmates into sex has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. Nineteen-year-old Anthony Stancl of New Berlin showed no emotion as the sentence was handed down Wednesday. Stancl pleaded no contest in December to two felonies, including repeated sexual assault of a child. He apologized during sentencing, saying he has learned to understand what his victims went through. He had faced a maximum 30-year sentence. Stancl is accused of posing as a girl on Facebook and tricking more than 30 male classmates into sending him...
  • Teen accused of blackmailing students for sex on Facebook sentenced to 15 years

    02/25/2010 8:17:55 AM PST · by JoeProBono · 35 replies · 1,801+ views
    latimes ^ | Feb. 25, 2010
    A New Berlin teen who pleaded no contest blackmailing his classmates for sex through Facebook was sentenced Wednesday to 15 years in prison. 19-year-old Anthony Stancl apologized during sentencing, saying he has learned to understand what his victims went through. Stancl was accused of posing as a girl on Facebook and tricking more than 30 male classmates into sending him naked photos of themselves, then using the photos to blackmail them for sex....
  • Of Executive Orders and Trojan Horses - Update

    01/01/2010 7:40:17 PM PST · by Whenifhow · 18 replies · 994+ views ^ | 12.30.09 | Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
    ... This is an issue that our elected leaders need to address formally and soon… ...snip.... Notice that INTERPOL is the only entity remotely close to a law-enforcement agency. The overwhelming majority of entries can be viewed as humanitarian or trade. Notice further that only two entries have “limited privileges” – INTERPOL and the International Food Policy Research Institute. Of course, now, the IFPRI stands alone in that category. snip... Clyde Middleton has done a tremendous amount of research on this with Steve Schippert of From Clyde: INTERPOL is more a cooperative than an entity – police organizations around...
  • Europol and INTERPOL agree to enhance co-operation for the benefit of their member states

    12/19/2009 10:17:09 PM PST · by Cindy · 6 replies · 537+ views
    INTERPOL - Media Release ^ | 16 December 2009 | n/a
    Note: The following text is a quote: INTERPOL media release 16 December 2009 Europol and INTERPOL agree to enhance co-operation for the benefit of their member states THE HAGUE, The Netherlands – The Secretary General of INTERPOL, Ronald K. Noble, visited Europol today to discuss the enhanced co-operation between the two organizations. The meeting focused on the development of new ideas for future joint actions which will make use of the complementary strengths of both organizations. Both organizations are ideally placed to join forces for a global police response to serious crime and terrorism. Mr. Noble and Rob Wainwright, the...
  • U.S. placed under international police-state

    12/27/2009 5:00:08 PM PST · by Sprite518 · 87 replies · 10,258+ views ^ | 12/26/2009 | Anthony G. Martin
    In the dead of night on December 17, 2009, President Barack Hussein Obama placed the United States of America under the authority of the international police organization known as INTERPOL, granting the organization full immunity to operate within the United States. Last Thursday, December 17, 2009, The White House released an Executive Order "Amending Executive Order 12425." It grants INTERPOL (International Criminal Police Organization) a new level of full diplomatic immunity afforded to foreign embassies and select other "International Organizations" as set forth in the United States International Organizations Immunities Act of 1945. By removing language from President Reagan's 1983...
  • Why Does Interpol Need Immunity from American Law?

    12/29/2009 7:25:07 AM PST · by DBCJR · 42 replies · 1,284+ views
    National Review ^ | Wednesday, December 23, 2009 | [Andy McCarthy]
    ...One week ago, President Obama quietly signed an executive order that makes an international police force immune from the restraints of American law. Interpol is the shorthand for the International Criminal Police Organization... By executive order 12425, issued in 1983, President Reagan recognized Interpol as an international organization and gave it some of the privileges and immunities customarily extended to foreign diplomats. Interpol, however, is also an active law-enforcement agency, so critical privileges and immunities (set forth in Section 2(c) of the International Organizations Immunities Act) were withheld. ... On Wednesday, however, for no apparent reason, President Obama issued an...
  • Obama gives foreign cops new police powers in U.S.

    12/29/2009 7:14:59 AM PST · by Lucky9teen · 14 replies · 1,037+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | December 28, 2009 | By Bob Unruh
    A little-discussed executive order from President Obama giving foreign cops new police powers in the United States by exempting them from such drudgery as compliance with the Freedom of Information Act is raising alarm among commentators who say INTERPOL already had most of the same privileges as diplomats. At David Horowitz's Newsreal, Michael van der Galien said the issue is Obama's expansion of President Ronald Reagan's order from 1983 that originally granted those diplomatic privileges. Reagan's order carried certain exemptions requiring that INTERPOL operations be subject to several U.S. laws such as the Freedom of Information Act. Obama, however, removed...
  • Troubling INTERPOL Questions Remain; White House Stonewalls

    12/29/2009 7:27:32 PM PST · by Welshman007 · 17 replies · 975+ views
    Columbia Conservative Examiner ^ | 12/29/09 | Anthony G. Martin
    Troubling questions remain concerning the secretive Executive Order Obama signed in the dead of night on December 17, which grants INTERPOL, the International Police Organization, full immunity from U.S. law. In the face of these questions, the White House is engaging in stonewalling. Of the major network news organizations, only ABC News reporter Jake Tapper has expressed an interest in the issue, as Michelle Malkin reports late this afternoon.
  • Why Does Interpol Need Immunity From American Law?

    12/30/2009 4:37:12 AM PST · by Biggirl · 16 replies · 765+ views ^ | December 30,2009 | Jim Vicevich
    Good question about the issue of INTERPOL needing immunity from American law. This one probably escaped the notice of everyone except the most keenly aware. Count our friend Andrew McCarthy as one of those. McCarthy notes that President Reagan, in 1983, afforded protections to INTERPOL, much like those afforded Diplomats. But Reagan, understood that some protections needed to be withheld, and he did. Specifically, Interpol’s property and assets remained subject to search and seizure, and its archived records remained subject to public scrutiny under provisions like the Freedom of Information Act. Being constrained by the Fourth Amendment, FOIA, and other...
  • Obama gives Interpol free hand in U.S.

    12/30/2009 8:19:33 AM PST · by Nachum · 26 replies · 1,026+ views
    Wahington Examiner ^ | 12/30/09 | Editor
    No presidential statement or White House press briefing was held on it. In fact, all that can be found about it on the official White House Web site is the Dec. 17 announcement and one-paragraph text of President Obama's Executive Order 12425, with this innocuous headline: "Amending Executive Order 12425 Designating Interpol as a public international organization entitled to enjoy certain privileges, exemptions, and immunities."In fact, this new directive from Obama may be the most destructive blow ever struck against American constitutional civil liberties. No wonder the White House said as little as possible about it.
  • More on the Continually-Breaking Story of INTERPOL Immunity

    12/30/2009 6:42:43 PM PST · by Welshman007 · 17 replies · 973+ views
    Columbia Conservative Examiner ^ | 12/30/09 | Anthony G. Martin
    As word continues to spread about Barack Obama's secretive executive order in the middle of the night on December 17, which grants full immunity to INTERPOL on American soil, a more complete picture is emerging about this disturbing--and frightening--action on the part of the President. Liz Blaine, writing in David Horowitz's Newsreal, states unequivocally, But the DOJ considers INTERPOL a law enforcement agency and, as such, the organization is not listed as a historical or active foreign agent indicating, under Section 2(d), INTERPOL is not required to report foreign agents, their communications or activities on American soil. INTERPOL is now...
  • The UN and Interpol How the UN Will Gain Power

    12/30/2009 11:21:29 PM PST · by sheikdetailfeather · 6 replies · 838+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | December 30, 2009 | Barry Napier
    It is interesting that the man who cast aside the US Constitution like a rag, and imposes his own laws without consent, has agreed to allow an international police authority to overrule the US government. Barack Obama signed an Executive Order giving express permission for Interpol to supersede the laws and police authorities of the USA. Some have seen this as heralding loss of sovereignty. The truth is, the USA already lost it when it voted for Obama. Before the election he promised to hand over sovereignty to the UN, and this will indeed occur if the people allow him...
  • Order on Interpol Work Inside U.S. Irks Conservatives

    12/30/2009 11:23:06 PM PST · by Red Steel · 18 replies · 1,091+ views
    nyt ^ | December 30, 2009 | CHARLIE SAVAGE
    WASHINGTON — Conservative bloggers and opinion outlets in recent days have expressed mounting alarm about an executive order by President Obama that extended certain privileges and immunities to the International Criminal Police Organization, better known as Interpol. Bloggers have accused Mr. Obama of ceding American sovereignty, painting a portrait of an international police force operating on United States soil without legal restraints. They have also argued that the order is part of a plot to allow international courts to arrest and prosecute American officials for war crimes. That theme is making its way from the blogosphere to more mainstream news...
  • Obama signs away your legal protections ( 0s JIHAD ON AMERICA?)

    01/01/2010 10:34:55 AM PST · by Tigen · 39 replies · 1,689+ views
    WND ^ | December 31, 2009 | Floyd and Mary Beth Brown
    With the signing of an under-publicized amendment to Executive Order 12425, Barack Obama has fundamentally altered your constitutional rights. His actions are undermining your rights to protect personal privacy from a foreign internationalist police agency named Interpol. A one-paragraph executive order may seem inconsequential to many, but this action has far-reaching implications and threatens the sovereignty of America. Obama's secretive executive order amended an order issued by President Reagan in 1983. Reagan's order recognized Interpol as an international organization and gave it privileges and immunities commonly extended to foreign diplomats. Reagan opened the door to allow Interpol to operate in...
  • Why Does Interpol Need Immunity from American Law?

    12/28/2009 8:34:16 PM PST · by starczar66 · 32 replies · 1,627+ views
    National Review Online ^ | 12/23/09 | Andy McCarthy
    You just can't make up how brazen this crowd is. One week ago, President Obama quietly signed an executive order that makes an international police force immune from the restraints of American law.
  • Did Obama Place INTERPOL Above U.S. Law?

    12/29/2009 2:34:25 PM PST · by BobMcCartyWrites · 10 replies · 1,128+ views
    Bob McCarty Writes ^ | 12-29-09 | Bob McCarty
    After learning recently that President Barack Obama had, on Dec. 17, quietly amended Executive Order 12425, I decided to find out what impact, if any, it might have on Americans. At first blind to the potential ramifications of the amendment, I was startled at what I found once the pieces of this disturbing political puzzle started falling in place.
  • What is Barack Obama doing? UPDATED: Why Interpol, Mr. President?

    12/31/2009 10:33:08 AM PST · by opentalk · 14 replies · 982+ views
    examiner ^ | December 31, 2009 | Mark Tapscott
    ..There's also this observation by National Review's Andy McCarthy: "Being constrained by the Fourth Amendment, Freedom of Information Act, and other limitations of the Constitution and federal law that protect the liberty and privacy of Americans is what prevents law enforcement and its controlling government authority from becoming tyrannical." Executive Order 12425 circumvents all of that. So tell us, Mr. President, why do you think Interpol should operate with no accountability and no transparency in our country? Is this what you had in mind in your 2008 presidential campaign when you said "we've got to have a civilian national security...
  • Obama Executive Order Provides Interpol Diplomatic Immunity (Update)

    12/30/2009 4:42:04 AM PST · by Biggirl · 7 replies · 710+ views ^ | December 30,2009 | Steve McGough
    An update on the article by Jim Vicevich. Multiple RVO readers sent word via e-mail that President Obama had amended Executive Order 12425 on Dec. 16, more or less providing Interpol diplomatic immunity concerning what they can bring into the United States and protecting their archives and records from freedom of information (FOI) requests. Jim already posted on the subject, but I’ll add some additional commentary. I’m not sure why Obama would do this, but some consider this a big deal since Interpol is the self-described largest police agency in the world, not a government with traveling diplomats and such....
  • Executive Order - Original Classification Authority

    12/29/2009 2:35:41 PM PST · by Cindy · 18 replies · 1,140+ views ^ | December 29, 2009 | n/a
    Note: The following text is a quote: Home • Briefing Room • Presidential Actions • Executive Orders The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release December 29, 2009 Executive Order - Original Classification Authority Pursuant to the provisions of section 1.3 of the Executive Order issued today, entitled "Classified National Security Information" (Executive Order), I hereby designate the following officials to classify information originally as "Top Secret" or "Secret": TOP SECRET Executive Office of the President: The Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff The Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (National Security...