Lockdown (Spencer Reid x reader)

A/N: based off the episode 10x16, lockdown!!!
Tags: @criminallyyoursdrreid

Your head laid on Spencer’s shoulder on the jet as the team traveled to Texas. Two prison guards had been murdered and the warden didn’t know what to do about it. Spencer rubbed your back lightly, the team all looking at the two of you and smiling at your cuteness, before continuing to go over the details of the case.

You and Spencer received the files of the prison, the two of you going to go over the history of the inmates at the prison. “You tired, baby?” Spencer chuckled, seeing you yawn after reading through your 20th file. “A bit. I can’t wait to do something else.” You smiled at him. “Hey. I like what we’re doing.” He pouted, continuing to read. “Well my genius, that is probably because you can read much faster than me.” You said, running a hand through his hair and kissing his forehead before grabbing yourself and him some coffee.

“Spencer I don’t really trust these cops.” You told him after learning about some of the things happening in the prison. “I know, love. Me neither. Let’s catch the corrupt cops though, alright? That’s what we’re here to do.” He told you, kissing your temple as the two of you continued to read about Devon White.

“Kate I feel so bad for Devon. What happened to him?” You frowned, grabbing yet another cup of coffee with her. “We’re not sure. That’s what we’re trying to find out.” She replied, looking at you sympathetically. “Something is definitely happening here, be careful who you trust.” She warned, off to interview more inmates.

“Y/LN, Morgan. Go interview Tom. See if you can get anything out of him. Shavers is up to something, the rest of us will find out what.” Hotch ordered.

“You ready pretty girl?” Morgan asked. “As ready as I’ll ever be.” You breathed, heading into the interrogation cell. “So Tom. What can you tell me about Devon White?” You asked, leaning your elbows on the table. He told you everything else you’d been hearing. Devon was a good kid, a quiet kid who never got into any trouble but went to the infirmary frequently for fighting.

Suddenly, the doors to the interrogation cell opened and in came the most violent inmates. They immediately went to grab you and Morgan, but the two of you fought back until you lost and were stuck in the grasps of the inmates. “You can take care of him, I wanna have fun with this one.” The inmate holding you sneered, running his finger down your cheek and making you squirm.

Meanwhile, the team had been notified of the riot breaking out, immediately going to where Shavers was. “Hotch, Y/N’s in there. I have to go help her.” Spencer told him, receiving a shake of the head. “You’re not going in there.” He ordered. Spencer frowned, turning the other way and heading towards you, completely disobeying Hotch’s orders.

By the time Spencer got to you, the team had stopped the riots, however you were still being held by the inmate, along with Morgan. Once you were released, you scrambled over to Spencer, wrapping your arms around his neck and crying into his shoulder. “Shh, love. Shh. You’re okay now. It’s okay.” He soothed.

Once back in the SUVs, you sat next to Spencer, his hand running up and down your arm and your head resting on his shoulder. “Spencer, I should fire you for going against my orders in a situation like that. But you didn’t end up doing anything so you’re off the hook. Pull another stunt like that, however, and you won’t be.” Hotch told him from the drivers seat. “Yes sir.” Spencer whispered, pressing a kiss to your forehead and admiring your sleeping form, grateful you were unhurt in the riots and even more determined to protect you from any potential harm.

I was in the largest airport in the world, trying to escape from Texas, but that guard lady from Orange Is The New Black and the entire security team was trying to stop me. After what felt like an eternity of running, she caught me, let me go (I don’t remember why), so I hugged her and ran.

anonymous asked:

About the not liking President Bush- I guess can you explain both maybe?

I’ll stick to the kiddo:

1. He stole the presidency in 2000. People may forget that Republicans in Florida purged more than 50,000 African American voters before Election Day, and then went to the Supreme Court where the GOP-appointed majority stopped a recount that would have awarded the presidency to Vice President Al Gore if all votes were counted. National news organizations verified that outcome long after Bush had been sworn in.

2. He covered up his past. He was the scion of a powerful political family who got away with being a deserter during the Vietnam War. He was reportedly AWOL for over a year from his assigned unit, the Texas Air National Guard, which other military outfits called the “Champagne Division.”

3. As Texas governor from 1995-2000, he signed the most execution orders of any governor in U.S. history- 152 people, including the mentally ill and women who were domestic abuse victims. He spared one man’s life, a serial killer.

4. He embraced global isolationism. He withdrew from the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, over Russia’s protest, taking the U.S. in a direction not seen since World War I.

5. He ignored warnings about Osama bin Laden. He ignored the Aug. 6, 2001 White House intelligence briefing titled, “Bin Laden determined to strike in the U.S.” Meanwhile, his chief anti-terrorism advisor, Richard Clarke, and first Treasury Secretary, Paul O’Neill, testified in Congress that he was intent on invading Iraq within days of becoming president.

6. Bush turned to Iraq not Afghanistan. The Bush administration soon started beating war drums for an attack on Iraq, where there was no proven Al Qaeda link, instead of Afghanistan, where the 9/11 bombers had trained and Osama bin Laden was based. His 2002 State of the Union speech declared that Iraq was part of an “Axis of Evil.”

7. He flat-out lied about Iraq’s weapons. In a major speech in October 2002, he said that Saddam Hussein had the capacity to send unmanned aircraft to the U.S. with bombs that could range from chemical weapons to nuclear devices. “We cannot wait for the final proof- the smoking gun- that could come in the form of a mushroom cloud,” he said.

8. Bush launched the second Iraq War. In April 2003, the U.S. military invaded Iraq for the second time in two decades, leading to hundreds of thousands of civilian deaths and more than a million refugees as a years of sectarian violence took hold on Iraq. Nearly 6,700 U.S. soldiers have died in the Iraq and Afghan wars. 

9. Bush ignored international ban on torture. Suspected terrorists were captured and tortured by the U.S. military in Baghdad’s Abu Gharib prison, in the highest profile example of how the Bush White House ignored international agreements, such as the Geneva Convention, that banned torture, and created a secret system of detention that was unmasked when photos made their way to the American media outlets.

10. Bush violated U.S. Constitution. The Bush White House ignored basic civil liberties, most notably by launching a massive domestic spying program where millions of Americans’ online activities were monitored with the help of big telecom companies. The government had no search warrant or court authority for its electronic dragnet.

11. Assault on reproductive rights. From the earliest days of his first term, the Bush White House led an assault on reproductive rights. He cut funds for UN family planning programs, barred military bases from offering abortions, put right-wing evangelicals in regulatory positions where they rejected new birth control drugs, and issued regulations making fetuses- but not women- eligible for federal healthcare.

12. Said evolution was a theory. One of his most inflammatory comments was saying that public schools should teach that evolution is a theory with as much validity as the religious belief in intelligent design, or God’s active hand in creating life.

13. Millions more lacked access to healthcare. Following these poverty trends, the number of Americans without health insurance was 38.4 million when Clinton left office. When Bush left, that figure had grown by nearly 8 million to 46.3 million, the Census found. Those with employer-provided benefits fell every year he was in office. 



By Corey Goode

“I have recently had meetings with a highly placed contact. I met him in the FEMA Mass Casualties response course when I was still in the Texas State Guard. He stopped talking to me when I began Cosmic Disclosure. He suddenly contacted me again right after the elections had concluded. He shared a cluster of Intel with me before going dark again… Until now.

I had reported that there were teams of US Special Forces that were conducting “domestic surveillance and investigations” of a Satanic group that had infiltrated all aspects of government agencies and the military. These Special Forces teams have been in place since the middle of the election cycle.

He gave me this report about a week ago and contacted me again stating it was important to get some of it out to the public. I was informed that a secret report on how pervasive these infiltrations are is more shocking than what was expected. Strangely, this report also had notes from several secret grand juries that are active right now in D.C.

The report states that the conspiracy involves the majority of powerful people in within the UN, EU, US, State and local (City) power structures. These government organizations are completely complicit in what is going on all the way down to local Post Offices and Police Offices. I have to tell you, this was a very creepy report.

These military investigators have expressed their shock and anger to their superiors as well as their desire to take them down. They report that it is so systemic that they are at a loss of how to counter and defeat these people without a military coup, which would involve US Special Forces and trusted "Military Contractors” that come from Alliance countries (And are already in place in the US).

Some of these Special Forces Investigators have been removed from the investigation because they are HIGHLY suspected as being involved in torturing and killing some of these low level “Pedo-Gate” suspects. The scope of this cult take over of government is shocking to even the people that think they have seen it all, including myself. These investigators can’t figure out how the government was infiltrated to such a degree.

I also recently met with Gonzales and Ka Aree. Gonzales told me that if North Korea and the US got into a war, it would most likely be a way to disclose a “new aircraft” or “weapons platform”. I’m told that if these unacknowledged weapons platforms were not used in a first strike against North Korea that nothing could be done to prevent tens of millions of people from being killed in Seoul, South Korea.

(Note: We have been threatened and told to stop reporting on the ICC Research & Development facilities and Space Port in Antarctica.)

We should not be surprised if we see more saber rattling between Cabal controlled and Alliance countries in the near future.

As I already reported, according to Ka Aree, the Anshar are going to be meditating with everyone during the eclipse on August 21st. Ka Aree didn’t even try to hide the playful smirk she had when discussing the meditation. It brought her out of the anxiety that she was wearing on her face just prior. The Anshar are obviously excited about this mass meditation event.

This mass meditation seems very important to Anshar. So, as many of us are meditating on peace and a positive timeline for Humanity, so shall be the Anshar. She did say that this Eclipse has potential to be very positive, yet the energy could get hijacked by the negative side who will be raping, torturing and sacrificing children. I guess as many people as we can muster for this mass meditation the better.

(Reporting the info, I do not agree with all of the positions in it. This report demonstrates how important a Mass Meditation focused on Peace and Disclosure is!!!)“

-Corey Goode

(Division Of Emergency Management)


Bywater Historic District, New Orleans, Louisiana

I saw these spray-painted markings on many houses in the Bywater district today. I asked a shop attendant what they meant. She told me that they were a formal code used by Urban Search and Rescue teams after Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005. The search date (6 September 2005) and rescue team (Texas National Guard) are indicated in the top and left quadrants. The right quadrant indicates hazards in the building and the bottom quadrant indicates the number of live or dead bodies found.

Many people have kept the codes on their houses as a reminder of the awful event and its aftermath. The locals call them “Katrina crosses”.

During World War I, over 12,000 American Indians served in the armed forces of the United States. In the army, they served as gunners, snipers, patrol workers, messengers, scouts, medical personnel, radio operators, and code talkers.

American Indians were integrated into numerous divisions of the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF).  A few units, however, like Company E of the 36th Division, were all Indian.

This drawing, found by a volunteer, shows the symbolism of the 36th Division’s insignia, adopted in January 1919.  The letter “T” represents Texas and the arrow head represents Oklahoma. Because the Division was made up of officers and men formerly of the National Guards of Texas and Oklahoma, its official name became “The Lone Star Division.”



I have been involved in news reporting for almost 5 years now and if there is one thing I know, it is how we in the media can use language, images, and emotions to distort the facts, scare people, and blow things out of proportion. Over the last several years, I have tried to be fact based and unbiased in my reports, trying to get out important information quickly and correctly, but I must admit I wear my heart on my sleeve and voice my opinion very clearly, especially when it is a topic I am passionate about. But even with my personal beliefs, my goal is not views and money like most media, it is information, education, and lending a voice to those who cannot speak.

So what has the media done so wrong? Character assassination. It is a tale as old as time, a young Black or Latino boy is killed by a police officer or vigilante, often times White, and the media goes out of their way to try and destroy the character of the victim and insinuate that they somehow deserved their death. It was very fervent during the trial of Trayvon Martin’s killer, and it once again has reared its ugly head during coverage of Michael Brown’s death. Now we all know as youth, we do dumb things, some of us more than others, but we are all flawed and often times, those things do not represent us as a whole and should not be used against us in the future. Michael Brown was no different. While the news media did everything they could to polish Darren Wilson’s reputation with phrases like ‘serving his community’ and 'first time he used his gun,’ they did not polish Michael Brown’s reputation, in fact, they did everything possible to ruin it. According to the media Brown was a 'criminal’ who was on a 'path to destruction’ and had violence at his core, but the facts tell otherwise. Many called Brown a gentle giant, many said he was funny and shy, he was college bound and had no history of violence, but if you watched the nightly news, you had a completely different impression. Like Trayvon Martin, the media dug deep to uncover a litany of common, teenage flaws which they could use to destroy Michael Brown’s character. For example, I have seen the picture of Michael Brown with his middle finger up countless times, but does that mean he was a bad person? He used a symbol which every driver in Philadelphia uses daily, so what is so damming about that photograph and why wasn’t it damming when President George W. Bush did it to the camera while laughing? Michael Brown was slammed by the media for having experimented with drugs and alcohol, but who among us have not? Should I again point out President George W. Bush who was a known alcoholic and was arrested in 1976 for driving under the influence of alcohol, not to mention he was suspended from the Texas Air National Guard for failing to take his physical. Michael Brown on the other hand had no criminal record and no paper trail to any 'trouble.’ The media went so far as to dig into Brown’s past, saying he was a 'handful,’ citing the fact that he would climb gates as a child and write on walls with pens and pencils, but those are hardly justification for shooting and killing an unarmed 18-year-old. Michael Brown was flawed, he was involved in an incident at a convenience store where merchandise was stolen and a clerk was shoved shortly before his death, but we never heard his side of the story because he was shot and killed, and the media ran with whatever they could to damn him as a menace to society. And now, amid 12-year-old Tamir Rice’s death in Cleaveland, the media is at it again, digging into Tamir’s family for excuses to why he deserved to be shot. One headline said the boy’s father had a history of domestic abuse, but how does this justify police shooting a 12-year-old boy without trying to deescalate the situation? It doesn’t. The media is grabbing for straws and playing on the ignorance of the American people to make these average boys seem like monsters.

Don’t believe me? Let’s compare Richard Brannon with Trayvon, Michael, or Tamir shall we? I am 19, I am anti-social, I wear a black hoodie anytime I leave the house, I have been detained by the police at gunpoint and been involved with several disputes with Security at a Georgia Mall. In high school many people disliked me and I was nicknamed 'king of the misfits’ because 'weird’ people gravitated towards me. My attendance record was horrible, in 4 years of high school, I was absent, late, or left early 180+ days which is an entire school year. I also failed several classes and had an attitude towards several teachers. I led  several controversial school protests and even verbally attacked the principal with a profanity laced rant to his face my Senior year. I have experimented with drugs and alcohol, I have a history of personal struggles including depression and suicide, and have a long history of verbal and physical interactions with relatives who are now estranged. I am an Atheist. I have been involved in public spats with politicians and officials. Financially I am a mess, I have been unable to hold down a job since graduating high school and have no plans of getting a college degree. And lastly, at 18, I left everything I knew behind, packed 2 bags, and moved 800 miles away to a city I had never been to which many deem 'brave’ and 'determined’ but not 'burning bridges’ and 'running away.’ If I were to be shot during a police interaction, none of those things would be used by the media to damn me, they would interview people left and right who, during my life, bullied me or had nothing to do with me but suddenly felt I was a 'great guy.’ They would use my years of volunteer work to shape me as a 'good person who cared about others.’ They would expose a lot of the work I have done in secret to say I was 'modest’ and 'looked up to.’ But what if I were Black or Latino? Everything positive would be ignored and everything negative would be used to blast my character and say I was 'troubled’ and 'on the wrong path.’

The truth is we live in a very ignorant country, one where the media hypes situations and distorts the facts because they know you are too lazy to research on your own. They do everything they can to deepen the divide and turn us against each other, baiting us to ignore the real problems and turn a blind eye to opportunities for change. Wake up America, educate yourself, ask questions, be a leader not a sheep. This country has a serious problem, and it isn’t Black and Latino boys getting involved in petty mischief, if you think it is, you are part of the problem.


An empty M4 Carbine magazine and 5.56 mm bullet casings litter the ground after the Task Force Raptor, 3rd Squadron, 124th Cavalry Regiment, Texas Army National Guard firearms re-qualification course at the Djiboutian Police Range in Djibouti City, Djibouti, Aug. 29, 2012. To pass the M4 Carbine assault rifle portion of the course, Soldiers were required to hit all 10 designated targets four times each, scoring at least 23 out of 40 possible hits. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano)

anonymous asked:

Hey, I'm a prison guard in Texas. Here our inmates regularly tattoo each other with a tattoo gun made from a sewing needle, thread, a Bic pen, and the vibration motor from a PS2 controller from a common area. It's a low security prison so the other guards don't stop them, in fact they even get alcohol swabs from the infirmary to keep them safe. It's pretty cool to watch honestly.

Texas is wild! I actually received a message just yesterday from somebody that works in a prison in Texas that told me they also make tattoo guns from water guns!

anonymous asked:

Yo, Rick "I eat Ted Cruz's leftover poop" Perry just sent the Texas state guard to the border to protect Texas from scared and hungry kids. Man, fuck that racist asshole.

Fucking disgusting. Feeling his new nickname, tho, it’s mad apt.