Thank you very much for running this news piece: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O__VgJKB59I
The death of Michael Hastings, as well as Aaron Swartz (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaron_Swartz), the unlawful detention of Brandon Raub (http://intellihub.com/2013/05/26/jailed-for-facebook-comment...), the detention of whistleblower Bradley Manning, and the in-Iceland "detention" of Julian Assange (if he leaves the Ecuadorean embassy, he'll be in a cell similar to Bradley Manning) all point to corruption in the US government.
News like you just reported is critical to returning this country to its Constitutional roots, so that we can have the prosperity and peace of the 1800s, rather than the wars of the 1900s which were generally caused by central banking. (That's another story for you -- but that particular rabbit hole goes very deep, you can start with "The Creature from Jekyll Island" by G. Edward Griffin, either in book form or there are plenty of YouTube videos of his speeches.)
Journalism like this is refreshing and welcome. I will note that the female speaker seemed to have a slight speech impediment, which can be off-putting to some in the audience (and also makes parsing the information slightly more difficult). I would suggest Toastmasters as a way to improve her speech (there are plenty of other methods; I've used Toastmasters before and they're effective and relatively inexpensive; no affiliation other than as a satisfied customer).
Please continue educating the public about what is going on. When police and fire "officials" have told you that they were told not to talk, there's a story right there. Find out who told them not to talk, and talk to them. If they received orders, move up the chain. Ultimately you will find the people responsible.
Hopefully you won't meet the same fate that Michael Hastings met. But there are legions of you journalists, including citizen ones. The truth will out.
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