Rapist constable who told his victim ‘I am a police officer, I can do what I want’ is facing years in jail

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An Old Bailey jury found PC Michael Graham, a Metropolitan Police officer based in Hounslow, west London, guilty of seven counts of rape and one count of sexual assault relating to the strangling of the victim, who lived in fear and was left ‘absolutely humiliated and disgusted’. Court was told the 49-year-old,from Poole, Dorset, raped the woman repeatedly over a nine-month period and on one occasion was recorded raping her on an iPhone app designed to tell people if they snore. Graham, who was suspended from the police following his arrest last October, is due to be sentenced later today by Judge Peter Rook QC.  Graham, who denied the charges, used rape as punishment and would tie the woman’s hands with rope before he forced himself on her, the jury was told.

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Trump vs Clinton Debates

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US presidential debate: Trump launches ferocious attack on Clintons

October 10, 2016

Donald Trump has responded to an outcry over his remarks about groping women by launching a blistering attack against Hillary Clinton and her husband. The Republican nominee denied ever sexually assaulting women, but turned his fire on ex-President Bill Clinton in a bitter US presidential debate. “There’s never been anybody in the history of politics that has been so abusive to women,” he said. Hillary Clinton refused to address his comments about her husband. Mr Trump’s attack on the Clintons came after moderator Anderson Cooper asked him about a 2005 video released on Friday that revealed Mr Trump bragging about groping women.

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WikiLeaks: Julian Assange Misquoted by the Media

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Julian Assange’s press conference was greatly misunderstood on Tuesday’s as people expected to get a “damaging” leak regarding Hillary Clinton’s election campaign. I myself was disappointed when the leaks never materialised in what was expected to be a press conference announcing the latest unpublished Clinton leaks. Like so many people I had believed that WikiLeaks was about to reveal information that would lead to “Clinton’s indictment“. The fact is WikiLeaks never made any such promises to reveal any leaks during this press conference which was scheduled in advance to celebrate WikiLeaks 10th anniversary. I was duped like so many others by the mainstream media who had misquoted Julian Assange and the independent media who parroted the mainstream narrative. I failed to fact check what had been reported since the information was being spread by so many different sources. With so many different sources reporting on the October Surprise it seemed a sure thing.

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Syria conflict to end ‘when Russia stops supporting Assad’

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October 4, 2016

The Defence Secretary has said the only way to resolve the conflict in Syria is by getting Russia to withdraw support for Syrian president Bashar al-Assad. Speaking to ITV News, Michael Fallon said: “The campaign in Syria is much more complicated [than Iraq]. Complicated by the civil war and by Russia’s determination to prop up Assad. “It’s only by getting Russia to withdraw its support for Assad, to join us in looking for a new political settlement there, that we can bring the civil war to an end, get the humanitarian aid in, and then move on Daesh terrorism in Raqqa.”

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Wikileaks: Assange Misquoted on “Damaging” Hillary Clinton Leaks

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“There’s been a lot of misquoting of me and WikiLeaks on this,” he said. “In this case, the notion that I hate Clinton or that I intend to destroy her. All those are false. They come about because here defenders are trying to personalize our publications.” ~Julian Assange

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WikiLeaks plans to release documents on US election and Google over the next ten weeks

October 4, 2016

WikiLeaks plans to release documents pertaining to Google and the US electoral system over the next ten weeks, the organization announced today. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange announced the planned release schedule in a video address at the end of a press conference in Berlin on Tuesday morning, where the organization was celebrating its tenth anniversary. Assange said the forthcoming documents will pertain to Google, the US presidential election, arms trading, war, oil, and mass surveillance. The organization plans to release them on a weekly basis over the next ten weeks, with Assange saying that all information related to the US presidential race will be published before election day on November 8th. There was a lot of build-up to today’s press conference, in anticipation of what had been billed as an “October surprise” that could swing the US presidential election. Instead, WikiLeaks devoted most of the event to recounting its most notorious releases and refuting criticism levied against it. Assange acknowledged the anticipation of a bombshell release in a winding address to reporters, though he declined to say whether the upcoming leaks would tilt the election toward Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.

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Black Lives Matter – October 2, 2016

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The Violent Tone of Black Lives Matter Has Alienated Even Liberals Like Me

July 9, 2016

DALLAS — Early Thursday evening, in the loud pitch of protests for the Black Lives Matter movement here at Belo Garden Park, at the corner of South Griffin Street and Main Street, a quiet moment went mostly unnoticed. A smiling middle-aged black man, carrying a handwritten placard, “No Justice. No Peace,” stopped to take a photo of a phalanx of several police officers. One of the officers, a white man, responded with a smile and said, “Wanna take a picture together?” A Hispanic female officer stepped forward to take the man’s camera phone, while the protestor stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the police officers, his sign visible at his feet, a black police officer on his right and the white officer on his left, all smiling. Beside them, with friends and my son, I smiled. It was a moment of warmth in an unfortunate race war that has polarized America.

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Saudi Arabia Connections with 9/11 Terrorism

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9/11 report’s classified ’28 pages’ about potential Saudi Arabia ties released

July 15, 2016

The Obama administration has released the long-classified 28 pages of the official congressional report on the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks, which concerned the alleged ties of the Saudi Arabian government to the 9/11 hijackers. Publishing the long-awaited pages 13 years after they were first classified, the White House insisted they show no link between Saudi Arabia and the hijackers who carried out the terrorist attacks. The pages put into the public domain the remaining unseen section of the 2002 report, from the joint congressional inquiry into intelligence community activities before and after the 9/11 attacks. “This information does not change the assessment of the US government that there’s no evidence that the Saudi government or senior Saudi individuals funded al-Qaida,” said Josh Earnest, the White House press secretary. “The number one takeaway from this should be that this administration is committed to transparency even when it comes to sensitive information related to national security.”

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