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Matt Agorist

Matt Agorist is an honorably discharged veteran of the USMC and former intelligence operator directly tasked by the NSA. This prior experience gives him unique insight into the world of government corruption and the American police state. Agorist has been an independent journalist for over a decade and has been featured on mainstream networks around the world. Agorist is also the Editor at Large at the Free Thought Project.

Baltimore, MD — Sgt. James Robert Wissmann IV, 35, of the Baltimore Police Department has been collecting a six figure annual salary over the years, on the taxpayer’s dime, all the while he’s been running a sophisticated child porn network. But his days of exploiting children are no longer, after …

Louisville, KY — It has been over 4 months since three Louisville police officers fired more than 20 bullets into Breonna Taylor’s apartment, hitting her five times, killing her. As the weeks roll on, details continue to surface painting an ominous picture of how the state can execute innocent people in their …

Houston, TX — As frequent readers of the Free Thought Project know, police sexual misconduct is a serious problem in the land of the free. Second only to complaints of brutality, sexual assaults among the ranks of cops is disgustingly uncommon. As the following case illustrates, many of these sexual …

The debate over face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic has torn friendships apart, pitted family members against each other, and even led to an innocent bus driver being beaten to death in France by a group of thugs who became angry when he said it was the law they put on their …

New York, NY — Jennifer Espinal was utterly heartbroken when she learned of the death of her 76-year-old father, who died from injuries consistent with an assault last month. However — perhaps because they were too busy beating the hell out of people for not properly social distancing — the police refused …

New Orleans, LA — A good Samaritan in New Orleans did the right thing last week when he found a wallet, reportedly full of money, and turned it in to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office. This person’s good deed would be stopped in its tracks however, after the deputy who …

In the land of the free, failing to do your online homework during a pandemic can and will lead to your incarceration — even if you are a special needs 15-year-old girl. After a scathing report out of ProPublica this week, protests are being held demanding the child — known …

Berkeley, CA — As TFTP reported earlier this week, the City of Berkeley, California proposed ending police traffic enforcement. Then, on Wednesday, they did it. The move comes after claims that police officers all too often escalate minor traffic stops into deadly situations. These claims are well founded. After debating into the …

Alexander, AR — After George Floyd’s death on Memorial Day, protests encompassed the United States. During this time, the president himself promised to begin extrajudicially executing those who were suspected of looting. “The looting starts, the shooting starts,” Donald Trump promised. These comments seemingly empowered the police state to begin similar pushes with one …

Over the past week, a conspiracy theory about Wayfair selling children in cabinets took the internet by storm. Sadly, without giving it much thought, people took this unfounded claim and ran with it — distracting from actual, provable conspiracies. Selling expensive cabinets and shower curtains online does not mean one is trafficking …