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something's legal doesn't mean it's sick. thank you over one hundred french prisons are facing staff blockades as guards demand better security following a spate of violent attacks spike in legs but also to come this hour an arson the f.b.i. is missing crucial employee text messages according to the latest revelations from washington it's believed they could have shed light on potential and bias within the intelligence agency and the world economic forum in davos appears to have a political edge this year with a record number of world leaders heading to the luxury suites resort. hello there well can you watch the r.t.
international this tuesday morning which is going to talk in moscow in our top story two thirds of french prisons are under a nationwide blockade is staff continue a two week long strike over a lack of security the protests began after an increase in violent attacks on prison guards by inmates well one of the hot spots in the protests is the food in the jail near paris it's the largest in europe and holds more than four thousand inmates it's also used to monitor potential or suspected terrorists and among them is. he faces trial over the twenty fifteen paris terror attack and the staff claimed their working conditions puts them in serious danger clashes erupted with police outside the prison. i. was. i was. looking at it as today we've all come here for a strike because discontent is spreading across france the crucial problem is the
security of prison personnel on top of that there's the issue of islamic radicals but also kept in our jails who are not isolated from other inmates. or not would you lucia it's dangerous for us to be around the inmates because for them we are everything they hate for them we are enemies by definition. but with the brocades and demonstrations spreading across france shot it in space been following the story for us. this is a nationwide strike of prisons across france with union saying that around one hundred thirty of france's one hundred eighty eight prisons took place in this particular strike now europe's largest prison which is just south of paris the protesters there actually blockaded the prison with tires with wooden pallets they
burnt them afterwards that something that we have seen at other prisons across france as well quite a normal tactic to block those prisons now this is now the eighth stay of these nationwide blockades and this comes after just over a week ago there was an attack on three security guards at a prison in the north of france by a man who's a convicted terrorist now that sparked off these latest process but since then in the last week or so they have been several other incidents at prisons in france including an incident on sunday in which two guards were assaulted again now the unions and the prison guards themselves say that they want more working conditions to be more secure for the dangerous prisoners for those prisoners who've been radicalised to be isolated in the jails. we continue because today there is nothing if you things that have been announced by the chancery in the trade unions the staff of rejected entirely we're blocking everything we're blocking the prison.
in terms of security we want concrete things including materials that allow the prison staff to work in safety well of course prison guards and police officers are normally on the same side of the fence defending justice but in this occasion they're actually on different sides of the fence different sides of the opinion and what we have seen is conflicts and clashes between the two including tear gas being used at times take a look at some of what's been happening outside the prisons in france. today or. well president michel himself has offered to unveil a radical reform of prisons across from star is due to be unveiled at the end of
next month but it's going to come a long way away from this process which looks set to continue. to devinsky reporting that now the f.b.i. has lost crucial text messages sent by its employees which could have shed light on some of the anti donald trump bias within the agency particularly over the so-called trump russian investigation u.s. attorney general jeff sessions has already said the justice department is looking into what happened while republicans are demanding a special counsel be set up over the matter so america reports from washington. months of text messages between two f.b.i. staffers linked to the trump of russia propane have gone missing one of the agents is peter struck he oversaw the investigation into alleged russian interference now he was also part of robert muller's team that was looking into suppose of collusion between trump and the problem prior to that the clinton e-mail investigation which went nowhere and then there's lisa page a lawyer for the department of justice who
also worked for robert muller the couple came into prominence back in december when their private text conversations were released to congress god hillary should win i know and maybe your majesty where you are because your man to protect the country from that manifest thanks it's absolutely true that we're very very fortunate and of course i'll try and approach it that way. these text messages proved that both struck and page were biased in favor of hillary and the messages even hint at some nefarious political activity so when they wanted to dig deeper it turned out the rest of their conversation had disappeared the f.b.i. ascribed the dates lost to misconfiguration issues related to its provisioning and saw for upgrades the conflicts with the f.b.i. his collection capabilities but let's look at the time frame these text messages december fourteenth two thousand and sixteen room eight seventeen twenty eight seventy and when did miller's investigation into question you should start
a look may seventeenth twenty seven feet surprisingly convenient. the timing is just too coincidental seems that they were trying to plant the evidence somehow as an insurance policy thinking that trump had no way of getting elected and then when he did scrambling in order to try to stop the election or to create the necessity of an impeachment of trump they were conspiring inside the f.b.i. to figure out how to catch trump on some sort of you know criminal activity having a russian connection russian money laundering being involved with putin in the in the russian trump collusion of which they provided zero evidence while the revelation of the f.b.i. data slip does come just days after another intelligence agency has reportedly lost crucial documents the national security agency says it deleted information it is
had pledged to return saying they sincerely regret the mistake the information was related to the presidential surveillance program during george w. bush's time in office. the b.s.p. internet content that matched criteria that were broadly used to delete debt of a certain type in response to mission requirements to free up space and improve performance of the backup system the n.s.a. has no reason to believe at this time that the content data was specifically targeted for deletion the data in question was controversially collected in the aftermath of the nine eleven terror attacks it was initially ordered by a court to be preserved for further examination but has not been arranged along with all of the backup tapes the information misting important to him to a number of pending lawsuits former n.s.a. director and whistleblower william binney told us that this sort of data tends to dissipate it far too often but it's a way of covering your backside so that when the investigation started we get they
they just can't let that there to be exposed that's all it's just more evidence of their criminal activity the department of defense inspector general did the same thing with material against was even though when the whistleblowers were in a court under under criminal accusation a criminal trial they destroyed evidence and it was only because was exculpatory and they didn't want that out so now this is all deliberate even when they lie in front of congress or the people the united states or even to the president or any of their cabinet it doesn't seem to matter there's no accountability here to be intelligence community is so much power i mean even senator schumer told the president trump that he shouldn't be attacking the intelligence community because they've got six ways to sunday to get back at you and these are the ways they do it . but one of the largest consulting firms in the world has been accused of multiple any dealings a former employee who says he was fired for revealing the allegations disclosed that the accounting giant is involved in bribery money laundering and the illicit
purchase of gold from conflicts owns r.t.g. goes down of his morning tiles. the story hidden in the court papers filed by this auditor against his exposes could be one of the grandest smuggling scams greed money laundering and backdoor dealings measured in billions of dollars under is accusing one of the world's biggest auditing firms of covering up the tracks over dubai precious metals megacorp act one. ernst and young for a new audit inspectors come to dubai and the first thing they see is a pile of moroccan gold buyers casually bundled up on a desk stacks of gold at a gold refinery could be business as usual except these bars are literally painted silver in order to sneak them into dubai four to five tons of gold gold bars coated silver.
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