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Guantanamo Bay detainees' release upon end of Afghanistan war 'unlikely'

Guantánamo Bay detainees' release upon end of Afghanistan war 'unlikely' 19 Apr 2014 Typically, when a war ends, so does the combatants' authority to detain the other side's fighters. But as the conclusion of the US war in Afghanistan approaches, the inmate population of Guantánamo Bay is likely to be an exception -- and, for the Obama administration, the latest complication to its attempt to close the infamous wartime detention complex. In December, when President Barack Obama and his Nato allies formally end their combat role in Afghanistan, US officials indicate there is unlikely to be a corresponding release of detainees at Guantánamo who were captured during the country's longest conflict. Already human rights groups and lawyers for the detainees say they anticipate filing a new wave of lawsuits challenging the basis for a wartime detention after the war ends -- the next phase in more than a decade of attempts to litigate the end of indefinite detention.

The Scary Truth About the New York City Flu Vaccine Mandate

The Scary Truth About the New York City Flu Vaccine Mandate 21 Apr 2014 This year, 150,000 children will be added to the list of victims of forced vaccination. The leaders of New York City have mandated that all children under the age of six years old who attend day care or preschool must be vaccinated with the flu vaccine... According to the CDC, the flu vaccine contains thimerosal, aluminum, antibiotics, egg protein, aborted human fetal cells, and monosodium glutamate (MSG). Our immune systems may be unable to combat these foreign, toxic substances... According to a search of the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) website, in the past five years, (during the period from January 2009 until February 2014) there were 55, 578 adverse events reported to VAERS related to the flu vaccine.

NY court: US must release targeted killings memo

NY court: US must release targeted killings memo 21 Apr 2014 The U.S. government must publicly disclose in redacted form secret papers describing its legal justification for using drones to kill citizens suspected of terrorism overseas, because President Barack Obama and senior government officials have commented on the subject, a federal appeals court ruled Monday. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York ruled in a Freedom of Information Act case brought by the American Civil Liberties Union and two reporters for The New York Times. In 2011, they sought any documents in which Department of Justice lawyers had discussed the highly classified "targeted-killing" program.

U.S. force in Afghanistan may be cut to less than 10,000 troops

U.S. force in Afghanistan may be cut to less than 10,000 troops [Yeah, that should be enough to protect the CIA's opium routes.] 21 Apr 2014 The number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan may drop well below 10,000 - the minimum demanded by the U.S. military to 'train Afghan forces' - as the longest war in American history winds down, Obama administration officials briefed on the matter say. Since Afghanistan's general election on April 5, White House, State Department and Pentagon officials have resumed discussions on how many American troops should remain after the current U.S.-led coalition ends its mission this year.

US unleashes three days of drone strikes on Yemen, 55 killed

US unleashes three days of drone strikes on Yemen, 55 killed 21 Apr 2014 Dozens are reportedly dead in Yemen, including at least three civilians, as the result of a series of drone strikes that started in the southern part of the country on Saturday and is alleged to still be occurring two days later. By noontime in Washington, DC on Monday, the Associated Press reported that 55 Al-Qaeda [al-CIAduh] militants were among those that had been killed in an hours-long series of strikes that targeted a training camp operated by the group, according to Yemen's interior ministry. The United States is alleged to have carried out the strikes using unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, but does not legally have to acknowledge any operations conducted by its Central Intelligence Agency and has not commented.

Police respond to shooting near National Zoo

Police respond to shooting near National Zoo 21 Apr 2014 Two men were shot Monday afternoon in the midst of a knot of people on Connecticut Avenue NW near the National Zoo, site of an annual Easter event that drew thousands of people over the course of the day. Neither man was thought to be seriously wounded. No motive was known in the shootings, D.C. police said.

False flag casting call: Marines looking for a few good actors to play terrorists in training exercises

False flag casting call: Marines looking for a few good actors to play terrorists in training exercises --25 actors -- all of whom must be U.S. citizens and be able to adapt to multiple scenarios -- are being sought for the exercises, which will also feature the use of AK-47s with blank ammunition provided by BKM Enterprises. 21 Apr 2014 The United States Marine Corps is looking for a few good actors to play terrorists in upcoming training exercises, putting out a casting call that could give clues about for what the Pentagon is prepping. A solicitation put out this month by the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command sought an actor to play an "Al Qaeda personality," a French-speaker with a college degree in chemistry and three men who could play "high value insurgent" roles. The actors are needed for training exercises in South Carolina during the next three months. [Pretty blatant about it, aren't they? Let's hope the dirt-bags don't *go live,* as they did on 9/11, in Boston, and elsewhere.]

US drone strikes kill about 50 in south Yemen

US drone strikes kill about 50 in south Yemen 21 Apr 2014 The death toll from three days of air strikes carried out by US drones in southern Yemen has reached almost 50, reports say. On Monday, at least three people were killed after a US drone fired a missile at a vehicle carrying three men in the country's southern province of Shabwa. According to witnesses, the vehicle was completely destroyed and the burnt remains of the bodies could be seen.

Heartwarming love in the freezing cold: A polar bear mother cuddles up with her cub

Heartwarming love in the freezing cold: A polar bear mother cuddles up with her cub 21 Apr 2014 A mother's true love for her child has been captured in this set of photographs taken of a polar bear and her cub. The proud mum showed off her baby at Novosibirsk Zoo in Russia by showering it with affection and cuddles. After some time, the pair were worn out and the youngster fell asleep in her mother's arms.

Inside 'The Bunker' Security Command for Boston Marathon

Inside 'The Bunker' Security Command for Boston Marathon 20 Apr 2014 Every year the Boston Marathon attracts thousands of spectators, but this year thousands more eyes - some digital and some undercover - will be watching intently as well, looking for anything that might warn them of a repeat of last year's tragedy. Authorities in charge of security for the marathon Monday are taking no chances, with an unprecedented security apparatus that includes some 4,000 deployed police officers, including 500 plainclothes officers, more than 100 surveillance cameras and a underground, futuristic coordination center boasting some 260 security officials representing more than 60 local, state and federal agencies.

Fukushima No. 1 boss admits radioactive water problems out of control

Fukushima No. 1 boss admits radioactive water problems out of control --Abe [lied and] told an Olympic Committee meet situation was under control 20 Apr 2014 The manager of the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant admits to embarrassment that repeated efforts have failed to bring under control the problem of radioactive water, eight months after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told the world the matter had been resolved. Tokyo Electric Power Co., the plant's operator, has been fighting a daily battle against contaminated radioactive water since Fukushima was wrecked in March 2011. "It's embarrassing to admit, but there are certain parts of the site where we don't have full control," Akira Ono told reporters touring the plant last week.

DARPA producing sea-floor pods that can release attack drones on command

DARPA producing sea-floor pods that can release attack drones on command 19 Apr 2014 The Pentagon's research arm, DARPA, is developing robot pods that can sit at the bottom of the ocean for long stretches of time, waiting to release airborne and water-based drones to the surface upon an attack command. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) recently called for bids to complete the final two phases of its Upward Falling Payloads (UFP) program. The UFPs would come equipped with electronic and low-power laser attack capabilities, surveillance sensors, and airborne and aquatic drones that would have the ability to act as decoys or offer intelligence and targeting data, Ars Technica reported.

Facebook Impersonation of CLG's 'Lori Legitgov Price'

Facebook Impersonation of CLG's 'Lori Legitgov Price' Posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 20 Apr 2014 Here is a screenshot (see page) taken 20 April 2014 of an 'imposter account' of my personal profile on Facebook. On Facebook, my personal profile is 'Lori Legitgov Price.' The phony profile refers to me as a 'smuggler' and 'crime master.'

Pentagon-sponsored study opens door for super lasers, weather control

Pentagon-sponsored study opens door for super lasers, weather control 19 Apr 2014 Pentagon-sponsored researchers have made the reach of an intensive laser beam longer by an order of magnitude. Researchers say their discovery can be used to seed rain and trigger lightning, but the potential scope of applications is much larger. A short intensive laser pulse produces plasma in its path. This plasma can interact with charged particles in a storm cloud and change weather, starting rain on request and control lightning bolts.

Five reportedly killed in E. Ukraine shooting

'Easter truce' broken: Five deaths reported in overnight checkpoint raid in E. Ukraine 20 Apr 2014 Five people have been killed in a gunfight in Slavyansk, a city in eastern Ukraine held by anti-government protesters. The fatalities include three protesters and two attackers, who are believed to be from the Right Sector paramilitary. The deaths came after a night attack on a protester checkpoint on the outskirts of the city. Four cars drove by the checkpoint and opened fire at the local residents manning it, killing two people and seriously injuring several others.

Obama seeks boost for disastrous TPP treaty in Asia-Pacific trip

The irony here, and an incontrovertible fact that the corporate-run media refuses to cover: Obama is the biggest Koch-sucker of them all. Obama seeks boost for disastrous TPP treaty in Asia-Pacific trip 19 Apr 2014 President Obama is heading to the Asia-Pacific next week to try and build support for a massive [job-, Internet-, and environmental-killing; anti-democratic] trade 'deal' that is central to his economic agenda and America's strategic pivot toward the region. The White House is intensifying efforts to wrap up the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which would expand trade from the Pacific Rim to Latin America, but is struggling to break a stalemate with Japan over market access. The pact is also facing staunch opposition from congressional Democrats.

Civilian Militia Remains at Bundy Ranch After Standoff Ends

Civilian Militia Remains at Bundy Ranch After Standoff Ends 19 Apr 2014 A group of armed militia and protesters, some sporting nametags reading "domestic terrorist," remain camped out on a cattle ranch in Nevada, where they have been purportedly defending the property since a tense showdown ended with the federal government last week. A 20-year struggle between rancher Cliven Bundy and the Bureau of Land Management over decades of alleged illegal cattle grazing on public land ended last Sunday, with the government backing down from a controversial week-long cattle round-up.

U.S. Man Detained After Threats at LA Times Building

U.S. Man Detained After Threats at LA Times Building --The Times building is across the street from Los Angeles Police Department headquarters. 19 Apr 2014 A man suspected of making threatening statements about a shooting and forcing the lockdown of the Los Angeles Times building was being held Saturday for a mental health evaluation, police said. A psychologist requested a 72-hour hold for the 28-year-old man at a hospital after he was detained Friday night, Sgt. Keith Green said. The sergeant didn't identify the man.

Multiple bomb attacks in Iraq kill six

Multiple bomb attacks in Iraq kill six 19 Apr 2014 At least six people have been killed and over a dozen others injured in bomb attacks in Iraq, as violence continues to plague the country. Two bombs went off in a busy street in Dora neighborhood in the capital, Baghdad, on Saturday, killing four people and injuring eight others. In a separate incident, at least two soldiers were killed and five others wounded after a roadside bomb exploded in Tarmiyah, 50 km north of Baghdad.

US sends advanced weapons to Syrian 'rebels'

US sends advanced weapons to Syrian 'rebels' 19 Apr 2014 The U.S. and Saudi Arabia have supplied Syrian rebel terrorist groups with a small number of advanced American antitank missiles for the first time in a pilot program that could lead to larger flows of sophisticated weaponry, people briefed on the effort said. This shift is seen as a test of whether the U.S. can find a trustworthy rebel partner able to keep sophisticated weapons out of the hands of extremists, Saudi and Syrian opposition figures said. The U.S. has long feared that if it does supply advanced arms, the weapons will wind up with radical groups--some tied to al Qaeda [al-CIAduh]--which have set up bases in opposition-held territory.

U.S. ground troops going to Poland, defense minister says

U.S. ground troops going to Poland, defense minister says 18 Apr 2014 Poland and the United States will announce next week the deployment of U.S. ground forces to Poland as part of an expansion of NATO presence in Central and Eastern Europe in response to events in Ukraine. That was the word from Poland's defense minister, Tomasz Siemoniak, who visited The Post Friday after meeting with Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel at the Pentagon on Thursday. There will also be intensified cooperation in air defense, special forces, cyberdefense and other areas.

U.S. Plans Ground-Force Exercises in Eastern Europe

U.S. Plans Ground-Force Exercises in Eastern Europe --U.S. considering other ways to maintain regular ground-force presence in Eastern Europe 19 Apr 2014 The United States plans to carry out small ground-force exercises in Poland and Estonia, Western officials said Friday. It is not yet clear what additional troop deployments the United States and other NATO nations might undertake in Eastern Europe after the exercises. The exercise in Poland, which is expected to be announced next week, would involve a United States Army company and would last about two weeks, officials said. The exercise in Estonia would be similar, said a Western official who declined to be identified because he was talking about internal planning.

Law enforcement holds security drills at BART stations

False flag prep work: Law enforcement holds security drills at BART stations 18 Apr 2014 A number of police and state and federal law enforcement agencies converged on several BART stations Friday morning to conduct security drills. The drills were an effort to help coordinate amongst the agencies just in case of a major emergency, said officials. The drill ran from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at the West Oakland, Embarcadero, Coliseum and SFO BART stations.

Man in custody in connection with shooting threat at L.A. Times

Man in custody in connection with shooting threat at L.A. Times 18 Apr 2014 Police have a man in custody in connection with a threat to start shooting at the Los Angeles Times Building. The man, believed to be in his 20s, is not an employee of The Times but works for Vxi Global Solutions, which rents office space in the building. According to witnesses, the man, who has not been identified, said he had been depressed, didn't mind killing someone and said he didn't want to go to jail. He reportedly handed one person a bag of bullets.

Federal prosecutors want to talk to Port Authority commissioners about Bridgegate - source

Federal prosecutors want to talk to Port Authority commissioners about Bridgegate - source 18 Apr 2014 Federal prosecutors want to talk to Port Authority commissioners about September's George Washington Bridge lane closures, a source told The Star-Ledger. At least one member of the Port Authority Board of Commissioners received a call from the U.S. attorney's office in Newark today, said a source familiar with the matter. "They want to talk about the bridge," said the source, referring to the GWB, where the closing of two out of three local access lanes snarled traffic in Fort Lee, touching off the so-called Bridgegate scandal.

Security threat reported on Detroit-Denver Delta flight

Security threat reported on Detroit-Denver Delta flight 18 Apr 2014 A Delta Airlines flight that landed at a Denver airport was directed to a remote taxiway after an unspecified "potential security threat" onboard and passengers were ushered off the plane, interviewed and the scene secured, officials said. Flight 1500, a Boeing 737 with 151 passengers and six crew, landed roughly on time at Denver International Airport from Detroit Metropolitan Airport at about 4:40 p.m. Mountain Time (2240 GMT), airline spokesman Russell Cason said. The passengers were quickly sent off the plane without their luggage and taken by bused to a separate part of the airport where they were being interviewed by FBI officials.

Covert Inquiry by F.B.I. Rattles 9/11 Tribunals

Covert Inquiry by F.B.I. Rattles 9/11 Tribunals --With that signature, Mr. bin al-Shibh's lawyers say, the government turned a member of their team into an F.B.I. informant. 19 Apr 2014 Two weeks ago, a pair of F.B.I. agents appeared unannounced at the door of a member of the defense team for one of the men accused of plotting the 9/11 terrorist attacks. As a contractor working with the defense team at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, the man was bound by the same confidentiality rules as a lawyer. But the agents wanted to talk. They asked questions, lawyers say, about the legal teams for Ramzi bin al-Shibh, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and other accused terrorists who will eventually stand trial before a military tribunal at Guantánamo. Before they left, the agents asked the contractor to sign an agreement promising not to tell anyone about the conversation.

LAPD searching for possible gunman in Los Angeles Times building

Police respond to report of possible gunman at L.A. Times Building 18 Apr 2014 Police were called to Los Angeles Times late Friday evening after someone made the report of a gunman in the building. Multiple officers responded, and areas of the building were locked down.

Delta flight sent to remote area of Denver airport due to potential threat

Delta flight sent to remote area of Denver airport due to potential threat 18 Apr 2014 A flight from Detroit to Denver received a potential security threat and was ordered to a remote location after landing Friday. Denver International Airport tweeted on its official account Delta Airlines Flight 1500 landed safely, and is in a remote area of the airfield due to the unspecified threat. KDVR reported Denver police are on the scene and there were reports TSA had been ordered to re-screen all 151 passengers on board.

Flight MH370 climbed to 39,000 feet, just short of safe operating limit

Flight MH370 climbed to 39,000 feet, just short of safe operating limit --Jet was equipped with four emergency locator transmitters, source says 18 Apr 2014 New information has come to light about the path taken by Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 before it disappeared from radar screens on March 8. The plane deviated from its planned route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing by turning leftward over water while it was still inside Vietnamese airspace, a senior Malaysian aviation source told CNN. The aircraft then climbed to 39,000 feet, just short of the Boeing 777-200ER's 41,000 feet safe operating limit, and maintained that altitude for about 20 minutes over the Malaysian Peninsula before beginning to descend, the source said.

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