Dwolla Begins PayPal-Style Account Suspensions - "Dwolla has moved beyond closing the accounts of those it can prove are operating unlicensed [Bitcoin] exchanges and has begun closing the accounts of private individuals based on a mere affiliation."
San Jose, CA man tried to spark U.S. civil war! He wanted to bomb The Federal Reserve in SF but instead left car-bomb at Oakland BofA. He was working with (for?) an fbi agent and was allegedly (wink) on legal and illegal drugs and bipolar.
It seems as though prominent Facebook users are having their accounts suspended or deleted, for posting pro-gun or anti-gun control content.
Infowars.com has assembled a list of just a few that have confirmed their accounts have been deactivated, including director Michael Murphy Tmp and writer Kurt Nimmo. Talk show host Adam Kokesh has confirmed that he is locked out via his Twitter feed.
"Currently, Memphis doesn't have a law requiring helmets at the park. An MPD spokesperson declined to comment on the officer's actions, but did tell abc24.com Faulhaber was arrested for criminal trespassing." Hmmm... trespassing at a public park.
The finance ministry for the European Union has announced that cash transactions over 500 euros would soon be banned. Large transactions will only be allowed via credit card, or by check, which essentially amounts to mandating that people have bank accounts. Believe it or not a lot of people don’t have, and don’t want bank accounts. The finance ministry hopes this will help combat tax evasion.
Media accounts state that Mr. Manning was arrested in late May for leaking the video of US Apache helicopter pilots killing innocent people and seriously wounding two children in Baghdad, including those who arrived to help the wounded, as well as potentially other material. The video was released by WikiLeaks under the name "Collateral Murder".
A day of boisterous protests over cuts to higher education that included thousands of students swarming the state Capitol ended with dozens of arrests after demonstrators refused to leave the building. Authorities on Monday evening arrested 68 people, most of whom will be charged with trespassing, the California Highway Patrol said.
Apparently facing mounting financial woes, Hancock County Sheriff Calvin K. "Bud" Gray siphoned more than $3,000 in public funds into his own accounts, according to authorities who arrested the sheriff Friday at a Shelby County casino.
Gray was being held without bail Friday night at the Hamilton County Jail in Noblesville on a felony charge of obstruction of justice, Hancock County Prosecutor Dean Dobbins said. Other charges, including theft and official misconduct, are likely, Dobbins added.