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Les « grandes oreilles » sont de retour.



L'exécutif veut être davantage informé des risques de manifestations comme ici sur le site du futur aéroport de Notre-Dame des Landes près de Nantes.
L’exécutif veut être davantage informé des risques de manifestations comme ici sur le site du futur aéroport de Notre-Dame des Landes près de Nantes. – © Frank Ferry-AFP

Supprimés en 2008, les célèbres « RG » chargés de renseigner le gouvernement sur l’état de l’opinion et les mouvements sociaux, viennent d’être discrètement recrées sous le nom de Service central de renseignement territorial.

Ce dernier doit aussi lutter contre l’économie souterraine.

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HIGH POINT, N.C. (AP) — Authorities say a High Point man is jailed under a $1 million bond after his arrest on drug charges last weekend.

The News & Record of Greensboro reports 24-year-old Jason Jerome Cobb is charged with two counts of trafficking heroin and one count of possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a controlled substance.

An arrest report says Cobb was arrested Sunday morning after a traffic stop.

Cobb is the latest suspect to be arrested on heroin trafficking charges in High Point. Earlier this month, several area agencies, led by High Point police and the State Bureau of Investigation, arrested 15 people on heroin-related charges and seized more than 15 pounds of the drug.


Man jailed on $1 million bond for drug charges.



4 Kilos of cocaine intercepted at PJIAE

Publié: 30 décembre 2014 par internationalinformant dans INFOS


GREAT BAY—Four kilos of cocaine were confiscated by Customs officials at the Princess Juliana International Airport today during what customs officials describe as a routine control.

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Indianerstämme in den USA dürfen jetzt eigene Marijuana-Gesetze machen

Publié: 30 décembre 2014 par internationalinformant dans INFOS

Aufgrund der amerikanischen Geschichte haben die Ureinwohner dieses Landes schon lange so manche Sonderrechte zugestanden bekommen, um das damals erfahrene Leid zu « kompensieren ». Einer der berühmtesten deutschen Blogger « fefe » schreibt ergänzend hierzu als Hintergrundwissen:

Man muss dazu wissen, dass die Indianerstämme in den USA immer um Kompensation gekämpft haben für das Leid, das man ihnen angetan hat, aber stattdessen haben sie dann Konzessionen gekriegt. Sie durften auf ihrem Land z.B. Spielcasinos betreiben, und steuerfrei Alkohol und Tabak verkaufen, und Feuerwerk, dessen Verkauf ansonsten streng reguliert ist. Der Effekt ist, dass die Indianerreservate zu einer verteilten Infrastruktur für Glücksspiel, Alkohol und Tabak geworden indianer_cannabis_gesetzesind, wo viele Leute regelmäßig hinfahren, um ihren Bedarf an billigem Tabak und Alkohol zu decken. Wenn die jetzt auch Marijuana anbauen und verkaufen, dann ist das mit der Prohibition gegen Marijuana echt komplett durch, und zwar landesweit.

Übrigens gehört zu diesem Sonderrecht unter anderem auch der…

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Coca Cola Crushes Innovative Coca Leaf Startup

Publié: 29 décembre 2014 par internationalinformant dans INFOS


If we allow our imaginations to drift forward a few years it’s possible to envision a time when the health benefits of pure, natural Coca Leaf are so widely understood that there will be strong voices calling for this natural medicine to be legalized just like Medical Cannabis is today.

One source of opposition that will have to be dealt with in the case of legal Coca Leaf that isn’t present with legal Medical Cannabis is an 8000# Gorilla named the Coca Cola Company. (With my apologies for the analogy to all Gorillas everywhere.)

You see, this clan of billionaire hucksters believe that they own the word “Coca” when it comes to naming beverages and a wide range of other types of products, and they have literally an army of lawyers and (no doubt) heavily bribed government officials to help them enforce their grip on the concept.
An excellent case…

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Cocaine users twice as likely to become suicidal: study

Publié: 29 décembre 2014 par internationalinformant dans INFOS

Busts net $84K in cocaine in Saskatchewan, Alberta

Publié: 29 décembre 2014 par internationalinformant dans INFOS

Global News

Police in Saskatchewan and Alberta have made a significant cocaine bust. The busts happened on Dec. 19 during a traffic stop near Maple Creek, Sask. and at three locations in Medicine Hat, Alta.

The traffic stop was made at a business at the intersection of Highways 1 and 21. A search of a truck turned up 324 grams of cocaine with a street value of $28,000.

Wayne Shrubsall, 42, from Medicine Hat was arrested and charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking. He has been released from custody and is scheduled to appear in a Swift Current court room on Jan. 14, 2015.

MORE: Large cocaine bust made in Saskatoon

Members of the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team executed warrants at the Medicine Hat locations on the same day. Police seized just over 600 grams of cocaine with an estimated street value of $54,000, a SKS Soviet semi-automatic rifle…

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Woman dies after putting cocaine in her vagina (Photos)

Publié: 29 décembre 2014 par internationalinformant dans INFOS

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A Florida woman died a week after having a pipe and a bottle of crack cocaine removed from her vagina…

31-year-old April Rollison had hidden the illicit drug inside her vagina before being arrested on drug charges.

According to reports, April Rollison was arrested on drug charges on December 16. Upon arriving at the police station and undergoing a body scan, officers noticed that two items were lodged inside of the woman’s vagina.

However, while in a hospital to have the object removed, the deceased allegedly took out the drugs herself and ingested them.

Rollison, who had been a drug user for nearly 20 years, according to her family, died Monday. The cause of death is not known but an autopsy will be performed.

She tested positive for methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana, the sheriff’s office said.

Investigators later found traces of cocaine on the hospital floor.

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Coast Guard Cutter Returns To NJ After Rescuing 42 Migrants, Seizing $800K In Cocaine

Publié: 29 décembre 2014 par internationalinformant dans INFOS

CBS Philly

CAPE MAY, N.J. (AP) — A Coast Guard cutter that recovered $800,000 worth of cocaine and rescued 42 migrants in the Caribbean Sea during a tour of duty is returning to New Jersey.

The Coast Guard says the Dependable is expected to return to Cape May Friday morning after a 60-day deployment.

They were recovered after a U.S. Customs and Border Protection aircraft detected a ship without navigation lights. As the cutter approached smugglers began dumping packages into the water. The crew then fired warning shots to stop the vessel and recovered 71 pounds in drugs.

The crew also rescued 42 migrants attempting voyages in overloaded vessels and gave medical care to more than 200 others before returning them to their country of origin.

(Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

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