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US Government Caught Operating Floating Black Site Prisons, Torturing People In INT’L Waters—Outside US Law

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http://www.thelastamericanvagabond.com/human-rights/us-govt-caught-operating-floating-black-site-prisons-torturing-people-intl-waters-outside-us-law/

(TFTP) The war on drugs has produced the vilest police state one can imagine. From secret black site prisons—operating in Chicago—with no due process, to midnight raids in which babies faces are blown off by police grenades, attempting to stop Americans from self-medicating has proven to be a disastrous failure. Now, however, it seems to have gotten worse as an ad-hock US detention system has recently been discovered — floating in the Pacific Ocean in international waters as to exist outside the realm of the US justice system.

According to the Maritime Drug Law Enforcement Act of 1986, drug smugglers caught in international waters are considered to be committing a crime against the United States, even when there was no proof that the drugs, often carried on foreign boats, were bound for the United States. The Coast Guard was conscripted as the agency empowered to seek out suspected smugglers and bring them to American courts, the Times reports.

In their increasing effort to prove they are needed to stop the flow of drugs, the Coast Guard has continued to go further and further out into these international waters. When they capture these boats, the people on the boats—who are often indentured servants to drug lords trying to feed their families—are brought aboard these floating prisons and shackled to the deck outside, in the elements.

 

Plenty more in the article, including stories given by some of those caught up in this mess. They claim they the cargo was treated humanely of course. 

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10 minutes ago, John Galt said:

(TFTP) The war on drugs has produced the vilest police state one can imagine.

Some people profit from a genuine days work. Others profit from the perils of others.  Send those dudes out to 'Gitmo' money, just like a pimp. 

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5 minutes ago, JimmREEE said:

Some people profit from a genuine days work. Others profit from the perils of others.  Send those dudes out to 'Gitmo' money, just like a pimp. 

Not sure what you mean exactly by the last part, but the beginning is certainly very true :D

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6 hours ago, John Galt said:

Not sure what you mean exactly by the last part, but the beginning is certainly very true :D

All these agencies around the world, especially domestic, are trading "assets" likes it's the stock exchange.  Money is the number one drug they deal in.

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56 minutes ago, GT500 said:

There’s only gonna be one drug dealer 

that’s the US Government 

anyone who gets in the way will get 

thieir head caved in 

YUP!!

you nailed it!!

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2 minutes ago, apache54 said:

where do you think the movies got the idea from??  (lol)   sarc!   LOL

Or did this story get the idea from the movie????  Chicken or egg?

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3 minutes ago, Just Jo said:

Or did this story get the idea from the movie????  Chicken or egg?

Agreed!!

we will never know!!

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