Author Archive | LukeRudkowski
In this video Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange talks to Rick Rynearson from Veterans Against Police Abuse. WeAreChange learns about about Rick’s fight for his freedom here in America as he takes a stand in defense of the Constitution. Are the government check points that are popping up around the US in line with our unalienable rights. What does the future hold for American citizens? Will Rick be successful in his court case or will unreasonable searches and seizures become the norm?… Read the rest
In this video Luke Rudkowski has an emotional conversation with the mother of Ross Ulbricht, Silk Road’s founder who is currently in prison. This particular case is very unique and we are witnessing our legal system adapt to the evolution of the internet. For more information on this historical case and the legal defense fund please visit FreeRoss.org
In this video Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange speaks with Reddit Founder Alexis Ohanian. The two share an important conversation about the importance of internet freedom. Alexis explains his reasoning for working for Stratfor, and clears up accusations and misconceptions in regards to Reddit and the Stratfor leaks.
In this video Luke Rudkowski speaks with Department of Education whistleblower Charlette Iserbyt about the deliberate dumbing down of America. The former US Department of Education Senior Policy Advisor suggests that the our educational system is not based upon children learning. Is the Carnegie foundation instrumental in developing a socialist-collectivist style educational system that is detrimental to our youth? Are the elites impacting the development of the general population through our school systems?
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 six 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 five vehicles and gave one to acting Police Chief Bruce Miller, who was Carrillo’s captain at the time.
At a press conference, District Attorney Flippo stated, “The victims were economically disadvantaged persons of Hispanic descent who were targeted by having their vehicles impounded, towed and stored by Miller’s Towing.”
The owner of Miller’s Towing, Brian Miller, is the brother of acting Police Chief Bruce Miller. After forced to wait 30 days, the owners of the confiscated vehicles found themselves unable to pay the exorbitant impound fees and their cars turned over to California’s King City police officers.… Read the rest