Author: Andrew Emett

EXCLUSIVE: My Interview with the Las Vegas Shooters

Photo courtesy of Caroline Collins Arriving at the Bundy Ranch standoff on April 12, I had no idea I would end up interviewing the Las Vegas shooters responsible for the deaths of 5 people, including 2 Las Vegas police officers. As I approached the vicinity, I witnessed a convoy of over a hundred law enforcement vehicles heading south on the I-15, away from the ranch. Unmarked SUVs and other vehicles bearing the seals of the BLM, Rangers, or various police departments retreated back into the desert. Unarmed, wearing shorts and a t-shirt, I painfully stuck out like a sore...

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Lee Camp: Spreading Knowledge Through Comedy

In this video Andrew Emett of WeAreChange caught up with one of our favorite comedians Lee Camp at United We Stand. Lee talks about his motivations, body of work, and how the mainstream media totally sucks. Follow Lee Camp Follow Andrew Emett Check out our 2nd channel… Support WeAreChange by Subscribing HERE… Like Us on Facebook: Follow Us on Twitter: Stalk Luke on Instagram: Rep WeAreChange Merch Proudly: OH YEAH since we are not corporate or government WHORES help us out We take BITCOIN...

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Nixon Foundation and Dick Cheney Attempt to Rewrite History Again

Exhausted. Frustrated. Lost. The perfect trifecta when confronting a known war criminal on his turf. After crawling through traffic, I finally arrived at the Nixon Presidential Library. Historically notorious for omitting facts and attempting to whitewash the Watergate scandal, this mausoleum stood upon unholy ground. I texted Cassandra and met her in the parking lot. She was pissed. Wearing a semi-conservative dress and a sweater to cover up most of her tattoos, Cassandra certainly looked the part. But upon closer inspection, the rest of her visible tats (Guy Fawkes mask, drunken peace symbol, etc.) raised multiple red flags screaming:...

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FBI and DOJ Clear Agent of Executing Suspect During Interrogation

On the evening of May 21, 2013, an FBI agent, 2 Massachusetts State Troopers, and a local Orlando police officer arrived at Ibragim Todashev’s apartment to interview him again. 8 hours later, Todashev was shot dead leaving law enforcement officials with the daunting task of keeping their stories straight. They failed. At first, they claimed Todashev had been wielding a knife when the FBI agent was forced to shoot him 5-7 times. Then the knife became a metal pole. In later reports, they believed Todashev had threatened the FBI agent with a broomstick or a Banzai ceremonial sword. Law...

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6 Cops Arrested For Bribery, Conspiracy, and Threatening Locals

On February 25 at 5:59 a.m., the Monterey County Sheriff’s Department, Salinas Police Department, and the FBI orchestrated the simultaneous arrests of 6 King City police officers. Included in the apprehensions for corruption charges were former Police Chief Nick Baldiviez, acting Police Chief Bruce Miller, and his civilian brother Brian Miller. Targeting Hispanic residents, Sgt. Bobby Carrillo allegedly received a free vehicle for every 10-15 cars he had impounded. Monterey County District Attorney Dean Flippo believes Sgt. Carrillo received at least 5 vehicles and gave one to acting Police Chief Bruce Miller, who was Carrillo’s captain at the time....

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International Protests Against Venezuelan Censorship and Violence

Last weekend, thousands of demonstrators across multiple continents protested against the state-sponsored violence in Venezuela. Attending the protest in front of the Federal Building in West Los Angeles, I tried not to recall how much blood had been spilled here in recent years. Upon arrival, I find 4 students lurking within the shadows applying face paint to each other. I almost ask to join them. Out of cowardice, I remain silent. In front of the Federal Building, hundreds of Venezuelan Americans stand in support wearing their country’s colors: red, blue, and yellow. But not in support of that government....

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8 Executives Found Dead Within Weeks: Suicide or Murder?

With seemingly no explanation, 8 corporate executives have died within weeks of one another. Ruling out homicide in each case, local police believe the deaths were either suicidal or accidental in nature. On the morning of January 26, 2014, Tata Motors Managing Director Karl Slym jumped out of his window on the 22nd floor of the Shangri-La hotel in Bangkok, Thailand. His wife claims she was asleep in the room with him at the time. Hotel staff awoke her shortly after her husband’s body was discovered on the 4th floor. “We found a window open,” stated police lieutenant Somyot...

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Blood and Bananas: Chiquita’s Deadly History of Drugs, Corruption, and Cover-ups

On May 3, 1998, the Cincinnati Enquirer published an expose titled “Chiquita Secrets Revealed” by Mike Gallagher and Cameron McWhirter. The articles detailed Chiquita’s complicity in international drug trafficking, bribing foreign government officials, suppressing the unionization of workers and poisoning employees with hazardous pesticides. The investigation included a wide range a sources including over 2,000 copies of voicemail messages between Chiquita executives admitting to their crimes. Mike Gallagher, the lead investigative reporter on the story, claimed he had acquired the voicemails from a former legal counsel for Chiquita who wished to remain anonymous. In 1997, drug enforcement agents in...

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We Shall Overcome: Revisiting the Final Moments of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

On April 4, 1968, on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, an assassin’s bullet stole the life of civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Before arriving in Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. King was organizing the Poor People’s Campaign. The Campaign sought economic and civil rights while demanding anti-poverty legislation. Thousands of people would eventually camp out on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., in an effort that would later inspire movements like Occupy Wall Street. During a rainstorm on February 1, 1968, two black sanitation workers in Memphis lost their lives when the truck’s compactor accidentally...

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L.A. Sheriff Retires As His Deputies Face Charges of Abusing Inmates and Threatening FBI Agent

In an effort to expose police corruption, 18 Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputies have been charged with various reports of inmate abuse, assaulting visitors, obstructing an FBI investigation, and threatening an FBI agent. While investigating claims of Sheriff’s Deputies using excessive force on inmates and smuggling contraband into jail in exchange for bribes, an FBI informant allegedly paid Deputy Gilbert Michel to smuggle a cell phone into the jail. After terminating an interview with the informant and FBI agents, Lieutenant Gregory Thompson, who oversaw Operation Safe Jails Program and its Jail Investigations Unit, secretly transferred the FBI informant to a...

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