Thursday, April 26, 2018

The LK Report for April 26, 2018 - Legally Kidnapped Podcast - The terrible things that CPS did

This is the LK Report for the 26th day of Child Abuse Propaganda Month featuring all the money making, self-congratulatory schemes of CASA to keep their doors open by making sure the child protection system constantly has a continuous stream of products to acquire, more readily understood as the industry of trafficking tiny humans.

Let's give a warm round of applause to the Mighty LK and the LK Report.

The official podcast of and the only place to get your daily dose of the LK Report on what is going on in the Child Protection Industry.

I'm going to take this opportunity to babble on about the horrible things that the Child Protective Industry does. Because they suck.
Remember, it can happen to you.

Links to all sources may be found at Legally Kidnapped and

Happy Child Abuse Propaganda Month!

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Day 190.2. Live From Senate Judiciary

Issues dealing with the U.S. Senate Judiciary hearing on Special Prosecutors - Mueller

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JUDICIARY: Diamond & Silk On Social Media, Net Neutrality, Facebook, Twitter

U.S. House Judiciary
Judiciary seems to be coming into the technical world of social media.

Diamond & Silk speak on Facebook and Youtube suppression.

There are counter testimonies discussing moderating and net neutrality.

I have no competition online, so why am I being censored?

I publish the activities of Judiciary and DOJ, yet, I get banned on social media.

Consider me and my work entered into the official record, as an original source, that social media platforms and search engine algorithms intentionally suppress Sweetie.

Google and see for yourself.
  • Beverly Tran
  • John Conyers, Jr.
  • Child Welfare Fraud
That is mean.

This is all about predictive modeling and databases and it started in child welfare.

This is how the congressional vote is manipulated through false advisement of the public record through privatization.

There are no civil rights in privatization.

This is one example of how they stole the vote.

Hank Johnson reduced the issue of suppression to one of Diamond & Silk using the Free Speech issue to one of implying that they are sack chasers.

He reduced the gravity of the situation to a degrading position of moral turpitude.

Jerrold Nadler is clearly not very good with statistics.

Sheila Jackson Lee is going nasty and has demonstrated that she lacks the sophistication of social media in an attempt to smear Diamond & Silk of being Russian operatives, attacking Oprah, accusing them of lying.

So much for advocating civil rights.

Sheila Jackson Lee reminds me of a wounded animal, backed up into a corner.

Did you do something mean to my Sweetie, Sheila?

Let us sit back and see the stats on this particular post.

Ted Deutch wants to to regulate morality.

Hakeem Jefferies pulled FEC Trump reports threatening perjury charges for Diamond & Silk regarding campaign field operations, but, to me, this sounds like an introduction into other FEC fraudulent campaign filings, like filings from "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending).


Ted Lieu ridiculed the idea of free speech regulation of social media in the fairness doctrine by bringing in privatization.

He also said "Pizzagate".

Nice intro into the discussions.

Jamie Raskin is opening the doors, probably unwittingly, to blockchain because we are going quantum computing with full encryption and the need to discuss the trust funds.

It was at this point the live feed froze on Youtube.
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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

FEC Sued For Allowing Money Laundering

The following is the verified complaint of a Political Action Committee suing the Federal Election Commission for allowing money laundering of the Hillary Victory fund, Democratic National Committee and Hillary for America.

The laundering went through the State Democratic Parties.

Wait until someone starts looking into the Congressional Campaign Committees the unions...oh wait, I think people are looking into this.

And something tells me they know which bank they used.

Plaintiff COMMITTEE TO DEFEND THE PRESIDENT brings this action for injunctive and declaratory relief and alleges as follows: 

INTRODUCTION 1. This lawsuit seeks to compel the Federal Election Commission ( “ FEC ”) to take action on an administrative complaint the Committee to Defend the President (“CDP”) filed with the FEC four months ago disclosing the existence of an unprecedented nationwide scheme to violate federal campaign finance law in which $84 million was effectively laundered over more than a year by the Hillary Victory Fund (“HVF”) through dozens of state political party committees to the Democratic National Committee (“ DNC ”) and, ultimately, to Hillary for America (“HFA”) .


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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Ain't Privatization Grand In Detroit?

As of April 24, 2018, the online payment system for the Detroit Water & Sewage Department is not working.

Now, how is it people can pay their water bill, since the City wanted everyone to pay online, but cannot, for whatever reason, and have to take off work, to stand in line for hours, to pay the water bill.

You have to do the same for the sewage bill, you know.

I found out the City took bonds out for sewage, but I guess the Grand Bargain folks, just, ignored that.

It is not the water bill, it is the sewage bill.

Always remember, the Great Lakes Water Authority is just like the Detroit Land Bank Authority because it never incorporated.

Of course, water and sewage bills go on the property tax rolls, with God awful percentage penalties.

Get ready for more foreclosures and Hepatitis A outbreaks   and more kids in foster care...or the streets.

Ain't privatization grand?

Group rallies against water shutoffs in Detroit

Detroit — Protesters called Monday for the city to stop shutting off water service for unpaid bills, saying officials are hurting poor families and need to adopt a water affordability plan.
Hydrate Detroit— a nonprofit that provides water deliveries and helps with water restoration for families in the city— led a gathering of about a dozen people at the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department’s west-side customer service center on Grand River.
The demonstrators called for Detroit to suspend water shutoffs and allow amnesty for residents who can’t afford to pay their past-due bills.
More than 17,000 residential customers in Detroit are at risk of having their water shut off, city officials say. The water department plans to begin visiting homes on May 1 with door hangers warning of shutoffs if those customers don’t take steps to resolve their outstanding bills.
Gary Brown, director of the water department, has said customers will have seven days to respond to the notice before crews can disconnect their water service.

Meeko Williams, chief director of Hydrate Detroit, said the threatened shutoffs are damaging the city’s comeback story.
“We all know that water shutoffs are harmful and dangerous to residents,” Williams said. “They cause no help at all. And we are calling on the city ... to come together with us at the table and create a solution to keep people from having their water shut off.”
Williams maintains that the city needs to offer an affordability plan that allows for income-based water rates. Residents, he said, have been “taxed enough” with utility bills, payment plans for property taxes and high auto insurance rates.
“This is too much money we don’t have,” Williams said. “Relieve the citizens of their debt.”
Brown said in a statement Monday that the water department has “a path for every customer to avoid a service interruption.”
He cited the Water Residential Assistance Program, or WRAP, which is designed to help qualifying customers in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties who are at or below 150 percent of the federal poverty level — $36,450 for a family of four — by covering one-third of their average monthly bill and freezing overdue amounts. The city also offers payment plans for residents.
“DWSD is here to help, our doors are open to groups who want to help residents keep their water flowing,” Brown said in the statement.
Detroit resident Barbara Hill said the water department sent a bill for $3,065, threatening to shut off her service if she didn’t pay it.
Hill said she was previously on a payment plan with the WRAP but was kicked off when she missed a payment.
Hydrate Detroit, she said, helped her negotiate with water department officials so that she only owes 10 percent of the bill this month, but Hill doesn’t know how she will pay the remaining balance.
“How can you pay a $3,000 water bill if you only receive a small amount of income?” said Hill, who is unemployed and lives in the Brightmoor area. “I think it’s a travesty. I’m not some person who has been on welfare asking for a handout.”
Atpeace Makita, a spokeswoman for Hydrate Detroit, said residents have complained of long waiting lists for WRAP.
“Although we appreciate the effort that is being made (by the city), at the end of the day it isn’t meeting the need,” Makita said. “We have to get affordable programs ... that are according to someone’s income.”
Bryan Peckinpaugh, a spokesman for the city’s water department, said the current legal framework in Michigan does not allow Detroit to establish income-based water rates.
Also appearing at Monday’s rally were a few candidates for political office, including Abdul El-Sayed— a former health director for the city of Detroit who is running for governor.
El-Sayed said he wanted to show solidarity with the residents who were at risk of losing their water service. Water, he said, is a basic necessity for survival and the city should be working with residents to ensure they don’t lose that access.
“We cannot continue to treat it as a commodity,” El-Sayed said.

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