I will never not find this funny
I literally fucking choked when I realized that was Tyler
Hold on to your butts.
DOUBLE RP WEEKEND!
If you are wondering which jobs to play to increase your RP quickly…Give these missions a try:
- Landing Gear
- On Maneuvers
- American Exports
- Chopper Tail
- Method in Madness
- Base Invaders
- Docks to Stock
- Stocks and Scares
- Rooftop Rumble
The list is from Reddit
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that on July 18, 2014, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that the Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) must turn over to the organization a “Vaughn index” of all requested Operation Fast and Furious materials from the June 2012 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request and subsequent September 2012 FOIA lawsuit (Judicial Watch v. Department of Justice (No. 1:12-cv-01510)). Judicial Watch sought all of the documents the Obama White House was withholding from the House of Representatives under executive privilege claims.
The ruling by U.S. District Court Judge John D. Bates lifted a lengthy 16-month delay of this open records lawsuit. This order forces the Obama DOJ, for the first time, to provide a detailed listing of all documents that it has withheld from Congress and the American people for years about the deadly Fast and Furious gun running scandal.
The DOJ opposed the Judicial Watch action, claiming it would interfere with the department’s continuing litigation with the House Oversight Committee concerning these Fast and Furious documents subpoenaed in October 2011. In September 2012, Obama asserted executive privilege over the documents. In the July 2014 opinion overruling the Obama Justice Department’s request for an almost indefinite hold on Judicial Watch’s legal right obtains this information under the Freedom of Information Act Bates said:
In the [February 15, 2013] order granting the stay, this court explicitly noted that the DOJ ‘does not seek, and the court will not award, an indefinite stay pending ultimate resolution of the House Committee litigation,’ and that ‘the benefits of delaying this case might well [become] too attenuated to justify any further delay” …
Because many of the issues to be resolved in this case do not overlap with the House committee, and because resolving those issues will not risk upsetting the delicate balance of powers in subpoena disputes between the political branches, the Court will require DOJ to produce a Vaughn index here.
In fact, the court suggested that disclosing information to Judicial Watch might actually resolve the legal dispute now before Judge Amy Berman Jackson between the Obama administration and Congress:
True, nothing in the subpoena enforcement context of House Committee would require DOJ to produce a particularized description of the withheld documents…But this is a FOIA case, and since 1973, when Vaughn was decided, courts in this circuit have required agencies to justify their FOIA withholdings on a particularized basis. And doing so here will not prematurely expose or resolve the executive privilege issues ahead of Judge Jackson and the political branches; it will merely permit the parties and this Court to cull from the dispute any documents as to which a valid, non-executive privilege reason for withholding exists, thereby narrowing or perhaps even resolving the case. To the extent DOJ argues that the mere production of the Vaughn index—not involving the release of any documents in dispute—would alter the historical balance of powers between the branches, any unbalancing would result from FOIA itself, a law passed by Congress and signed into law by the President, and which this Court cannot ignore forever.
Judge Bates also noted no court has ever “expressly recognized” President Obama’s executive privilege claims that his administration is using to keep these documents secret from Congress and the American people.
July 31, 2014 A Seattle police officer who issued about 80 percent of marijuana citations given in the city thus far in 2014 has been reassigned, officials said. Meanwhile, it was found that African Americans in the city were disproportionately ticketed for pot. Seattle…
1 Cop Issued 80 Percent of All Marijuana Citations in Seattle
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He super mad!
Osaka police failed to report more than 81,000 crimes over a period of five years through 2012 to improve the Japanese prefecture’s crime rate figures, The Asahi Shimbun reported Thursday.
All of the 65 Osaka police stations did not report crimes to the prefectural police department before the data were submitted to the National Police Agency. The newspaper said 97 officers had been reprimanded.
The prefectural police department’s Criminal Investigation Administration Division revealed that police stations in Osaka underreported 81,307 crimes over 2008 to 2012, including 22,042 in 2011 alone. Every year, 4-13 percent of criminal cases were not reported, the newspaper said.
Theft accounted for 86 percent of all unreported crimes.
The investigation by the prefectural police concluded that senior officers did not issue instructions to conceal crimes.
Osaka Prefecture had the lowest crime rate in Japan for 10 years through 2009. In 2010, Tokyo had the nation’s highest tally of crimes, but in light of the unreported crime information it appears that Osaka held the top position through 2012, The Asahi Shimbun said.
just had to
this is why i love banksy.
i mean do you see this shit
this stuff is deep
i mean if he grafittis on your building your property value actually goes up
I’ve been saying this for a while now. This art is amazing
The Central Intelligence Agency improperly and covertly hacked into computers used by Senate staffers to investigate the spy agency’s Bush-era interrogation practices, according to an internal investigation.
CIA Director John Brennan has determined that employees “acted in a manner inconsistent with the common understanding” brokered between the CIA and its Senate overseers, according to agency spokesman Dean Boyd.