The NYPD is targeting and tracking "troubled" teenagers and the way they are doing has raised concerns among the community. The officers hope to help stop these teens from committing a crime and according to The New York Times, law enforcement unexpectedly drop by their schools but it doesn't stop there. In addition to the unexpected visits, officers are creating decoy Facebook profiles to gain access to their online social activity. J.D. Tuccille, managing editor for Reason 24/7, joins us with more.
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Military deception is an ancient and time-honoured art. Throughout recorded history, military commanders have attempted to spread false news and seed false information as part of psychological warfare operations to deceive, confuse, and demoralize the enemy. Find out more about this phenomenon in this week's Eyeopener report from BoilingFrogsPost.com.
Welcome to http://NewWorldNextWeek.com - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:
Story #1: Huge Cyber Attack On US Banks Allegedly Came From 'Middle East'
Cyber Attack On US Banks An Obvious False Flag
NWNW Flashback: Flash Crash Knight
Story #2: Nestle Embeds GPS Trackers In Candy Bars To Hunt Down (Useless) Eaters
Video: "We Will Find You"
Flashback: Scientists push to implement edible RFID tracking chips in food
Story #3: Presidential Debates Lose Sponsors Over Exclusion of
'Obamney' vs. Gary Johnson
America is on the doorstep of a very expensive political season with the presidential election, not to mention the contests for local and state positions as well as races for the US Senate and House. And one thing that you'll hear again and again this election cycle - especially from long time politicians - is that things have never been so partisan and divided. A new book is now out, though, and it shows that people from different parties with starkly different views can get along. 'America, You Sexy Bitch' is now on shelves, and in it comedian Michael Ian Black and Meghan McCain, daughter to the famed GOP senator, show how both sides of the political spectrum can come together at times. Michael Ian Black joins RT's Kristine Frazao to discuss what he learned.
Mexico is bracing for another round of protesst against president-elect Enrique Pena Nieto. Demonstrators claim Pena Nieto bought the elections and the media and want him to pull back. "Yo Soy 132" is a predominantly student movement that was especially active on the streets of Mexico last Sunday. RT's Liz Wahl speaks to one of it's members - Vladimir Chorny - about what's going on there.