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Star Trek spoof video made inside San Onofre nuclear power plant

May 28, 2013 by legitgov

Star Trek spoof video made inside San Onofre nuclear power plant --Team 10 obtains 'SONGS Trek' 22 May 2013 A spoof video made inside the San Onofre nuclear power plant has been given to Team 10 Investigator Mitch Blacher. The San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) is a nuclear power plant located on the Pacific coast of California, in the northwestern corner of San Diego County, south of San Clemente. The site is surrounded by the San Onofre State Park and sits next to Interstate 5.

Jeremy Hammond Pleads Guilty to Stratfor Hack

May 28, 2013 by legitgov

Jeremy Hammond Pleads Guilty to Stratfor Hack 28 May 2013 Jeremy Hammond pleaded guilty today to the infamous Stratfor hack, as well as taking responsibility for eight additional hacks of law enforcement and defense contractor mercenary websites in 2011 and 2012. As a condition of the plea, the radical hacker will face a maximum of 10 years in federal prison, and restitution costs of up to $2.5 million. After Hammond entered his plea, his legal team framed his prosecution as part of the government's larger attempt to control the flow of information and punish those who seek to distribute it to journalists and the public... Earlier in the case, Hammond's legal team made a motion for Judge Loretta Preska to recuse herself because her husband was a victim of the Stratfor leak. ['Like' CLG's Fb page, Free Jeremy Hammond.]

Vaccinate your children or declare why not, parents in Australia told

May 28, 2013 by legitgov

Pharma-fascism: Vaccinate your children or declare why not, parents in Australia told 28 May 2013 Parents will be forced to either vaccinate their children or register for an exemption in order to enrol them in childcare, after changes to the Public Health Act passed through cabinet Monday night. The changes mean parents or guardians must provide evidence their child is fully vaccinated for age, is on a recognised catch-up schedule, or has an exemption approved by a doctor when they enrol their child. To get an exemption, parents will have to receive counselling and fill out forms along with their doctor.

Strict radiation reference levels shunned to stem Fukushima exodus

May 28, 2013 by legitgov

Strict radiation reference levels shunned to stem Fukushima exodus 25 May 2013 The government avoided setting stringent radiation reference levels for the return of Fukushima evacuees for fear of triggering a population drain and being hit by ballooning costs for compensation, an Asahi Shimbun investigation shows. The revelation could rekindle debate over the government's safety standards as many evacuees prepare for their eventual return. They were displaced by the nuclear disaster more than two years ago. In December 2011, the government led by the Democratic Party of Japan, decided to lift the evacuation order for areas with residual doses of up to 20 millisieverts per year.

US F-15 fighter crashes in Pacific off Okinawa

May 28, 2013 by legitgov

US F-15 fighter crashes in Pacific off Okinawa 27 May 2013 A U.S. Air Force F-15 fighter crashed off the southern Japan island of Okinawa early Tuesday after the aircraft developed problems in flight. The pilot ejected and was recovered safely. The F-15, flying out of Kadena Air Base, went down in the Pacific about 115 kilometers (70 miles) east of Okinawa, the military said in a statement. The cause was under investigation.

US rendition: every suspected flight mapped

May 28, 2013 by legitgov

US rendition: every suspected flight mapped 22 May 2013 The interactive displayed is the fullest research to date on the extent of CIA rendition flights of terrorist suspects. It's the result of three years of research by The Rendition Project, a collaboration between academics at Kent and Kingston universities and the NGO Reprieve. It includes more than 11,000 rows of data on confirmed and suspected rendition flights, and other flights from related carriers.

Millions march against GM crops

May 28, 2013 by legitgov

Millions march against GM crops 25 May 2013 Organisers say that two million people marched in protest against seed giant Monsanto in hundreds of rallies across the US and in more than 50 other countries on Saturday. "March Against Monsanto" protesters say they wanted to call attention to the dangers posed by genetically modified food and the food giants that produce it. Founder and organiser Tami Canal said protests were held in 436 cities across 52 countries.

Nuclear waste site on Lake Huron concerns Michigan, Sarnia

May 28, 2013 by legitgov

Nuclear waste site on Lake Huron concerns Michigan, Sarnia --Ontario Power Generation plans to build underground repository in Kindcardine, 1.6 km from Lake Huron 27 May 2013 The mayor of Sarnia, Ont., is rallying opposition to Ontario Power Generation's plan to store nuclear waste underground on the shores of Lake Huron. The proposed site in Kincardine, Ont., would contain low-level nuclear waste and would be located 1.6 kilometres from Lake Huron. Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley said he fears what could happen if there was an earthquake, for example. The site is located on the shores of a water system he claims supplies fresh water to 40 million people on both sides of the border.

French anti-terrorism police hunt man who stabbed soldier

May 28, 2013 by legitgov

French anti-terrorism police hunt man who stabbed soldier 27 May 2013 French anti-terrorism investigators are hunting for a bearded man who was reported to have been praying [Yeah, right!] before he stabbed a French soldier outside a busy train terminal. The man, described as tall and athletic, was spotted on CCTV at the station underneath the business district at La Défense just before the attack on Private First Class Cédric Cordier. The 25-year-old was stabbed in the neck with a knife or box cutter as he patrolled the shopping concourse on Saturday evening. The suspect fled the area after the incident but detectives said they had obtained created "high quality images" of him.

Iraq violence: Baghdad car bombs kill more than 57

May 27, 2013 by legitgov

Iraq violence: Baghdad car bombs kill more than 57 27 May 2013 At least 57 people have been killed in a series of car bombs targeting mainly Shia areas in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, police say. Many more were wounded as at least a dozen bombs hit busy shopping areas and markets in the city. The violence comes amid a recent marked rise in attacks linked to growing political and sectarian tension the US-installed puppet regime.

CT Senate Minority Leader wants Sandy Hook photos off limits

May 27, 2013 by legitgov

CT Senate Minority Leader wants Sandy Hook photos off limits --McKinney fears bloggers and 'truthers' who could use the images in their attempt to refute the shootings [That's because, the images refute the shootings.] 26 May 2013 Senate Minority Leader John McKinney has become the focal point of negotiations that will likely lead to a special exemption in the state Freedom of Information Act for families who lost members in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. After days of on-again, off-again talks with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's office and Chief State's Attorney Kevin Kane, the eight-term Republican from Fairfield, whose district includes Newtown, said he's working for a "very narrow" exemption that will keep graphic photos of the 20 dead children and six adults from ever being released. It's not traditional newspapers and TV stations that concern McKinney, but rather, bloggers and others who could use the photos to push their pro-gun or anti-gun platforms. Other groups, including the so-called truthers who claim the killings were staged to further President Barack Obama's anti-gun agenda, could use the images in their attempt to refute the shootings.

New nuclear lab accident in Japan sparks fresh questions over safety

May 27, 2013 by legitgov

New nuclear lab accident in Japan sparks fresh questions over safety 27 May 2013 New questions are being asked about standards of safety in Japan's nuclear industry after 30 people were exposed to radioactive materials in an accident at a laboratory in Ibaraki Prefecture. The accident occurred at the Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex operated by the Japan Atomic Energy Agency at midday on Thursday, but the operator of the facility failed to report it to the authorities for more than 33 hours. It has emerged that scientists ignored sirens sounding within the plant and continued with the experiment. They compounded the accident by wrongly assuming that the leaked radioactive material only had a brief lifespan and ventilating the laboratory, releasing it into the surrounding environment.

Woolwich murder: Theresa May vows to get tough on extremist websites

May 27, 2013 by legitgov

Woolwich murder: Theresa May vows to get tough on extremist websites --Home secretary outlines measures to prevent radicalisation of British Muslims, including pre-emptive censorship of 'jihadist' sites 26 May 2013 A dramatic battery of measures to prevent radicalisation of British Muslims was outlined on Sunday by the home secretary, Theresa May, including tougher pre-emptive censorship of internet sites, a lower threshold for banning extremist groups and renewed pressure on universities and mosques to reject so-called hate preachers. May also signalled that she was prepared to do battle with Nick Clegg, the deputy prime minister, over his veto of the communications data bill.

Public Records on the Newtown Shootings

May 27, 2013 by legitgov

Public Records on the Newtown Shootings (The New York Times) 27 May 2013 The bill, created without serious legislative consideration or public hearings, would severely restrict public access to information on those murders. It was negotiated in private by the offices of Gov. Dannel Malloy; the chief state's attorney, Kevin Kane; and lawmakers... Sensitivity to the families' concerns does not justify a gross overreach that would curb access to the kinds of police records to which the public has a right. According to The Hartford Courant, which discovered the secret proposal last week, the police and any government agency would be empowered to prevent the public release of photos, digital and audio recordings, death certificates -- even 911 emergency calls, which are now routinely available -- without the consent of victims' families... Connecticut lawmakers should not be rushing to enact restrictions on public information that were produced in secrecy.

Two Arrested After Fire at Mosque

May 27, 2013 by legitgov

Two Arrested After Fire at Mosque 27 May 2013 Two people have been arrested on suspicion of arson following a fire at an Islamic cultural centre in Grimsby, Lincolnshire. The blaze in the building in Weelsby Road broke out at around 10pm last night. A Humberside Police spokesman said the fire was extinguished and no one was injured. The force said that it had discovered a number of messages on social networking sites that appeared to invite people to meet at various locations and cause trouble.

Confirmed: Canada 2011 polls fraudulent

May 27, 2013 by legitgov

Confirmed: Canada 2011 polls fraudulent 25 May 2013 The Canadian Federal Court has confirmed that the country's 2011 federal election, which led to the victory of Stephen Harper's government, was fraudulent. The court emphasized in a Thursday ruling that it has found in no uncertain terms that widespread election fraud took place during the vote. The ruling also stated that "there was an orchestrated effort to suppress votes during the 2011 election campaign by a person with access to the [Conservative Party's] CIMS database." Accordingly, the Council of Canadians has called on the Conservative Party to investigate the issue. It says anything less at this point would be a cover-up on behalf of the Conservatives.

French soldier's stabbing could be act of terrorism: minister

May 26, 2013 by legitgov

French soldier's stabbing could be act of terrorism: minister [I wonder if MI5 hired him, too?] 26 May 2013 The stabbing of a French soldier near Paris by a man who is still on the run bore the hallmarks of 'Islamist terrorism,' the interior minister said on Sunday, and police said it may have been inspired by the murder of a British serviceman in London. Anti-terrorism investigators are hunting for a bearded man aged about 30, who fled into a crowded train station after attacking the 23-year-old soldier from behind with a knife or a box-cutter on Saturday. The French soldier survived the mid-afternoon attack, which was carried out three days after a British soldier was hacked to death on a busy London street by two men shouting Islamist slogans.

John Kerry defends US use of assassination drones

May 26, 2013 by legitgov

John Kerry defends US use of assassination drones 26 May 2013 US Secretary of State John Kerry has defended Washington’s use of assassination drones, which has already led to massive civilian casualties in different countries around the world. During a trip to the Ethiopian capital city of Addis Ababa on Sunday, Kerry said the drones were needed to hunt down "terrorists" and that each attack was carried out after "a great deal of vetting." He also said the drone program was one of the most "accountable" of programs.

Guantanamo Bay prison guard converts to Islam because of the living faith of Muslim detainees

May 26, 2013 by legitgov

Guantanamo Bay prison guard converts to Islam because of the living faith of Muslim detainees 26 May 2013 Terry Holdbrooks Jr., 29, converted to Islam while serving as a U.S. Army military policeman guarding detainees at Guantanamo Bay. It was the faith he saw lived by the detainees that drew him to study the religion he had been told was violent and destructive -- and he found there a discipline and peace he'd sought all his life. Holdbrooks told the story of his conversion and of his observations of the controversial detention center to an audience of about 80 people at the Huntsville Islamic Center in Huntsville Saturday night, May 25, 2013. The camp, he said, tramples on every human right the U.S. has said it is against.

MI5 'offered job to suspect' - Woolwich attack

May 26, 2013 by legitgov

MI5 'offered job to suspect' - Woolwich attack --Abu Nusaybah was arrested at the BBC after giving the interview. 25 May 2013 MI5 asked Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo if he wanted to work for them about six months before the killing, a childhood friend has said. Abu Nusaybah told BBC Newsnight his friend - one of two men arrested after Drummer Lee Rigby's murder in south-east London on Wednesday - had rejected the approach from the security service. Abu Nusaybah was arrested at the BBC after giving the interview. Newsnight reporter Richard Watson said after the interview had concluded he left the studio to find officers from the Metropolitan Police counter terrorism unit waiting to arrest Abu Nusaybah.

MI5 'tried to recruit' London murder suspect

May 26, 2013 by legitgov

MI5 'tried to recruit' London murder suspect [Yup, looks like they did!] 25 May 2013 British intelligence services came under growing pressure on Saturday to explain what they knew about the two men suspected of murdering a soldier in the streets of London earlier this week, amid claims that MI5 had attempted to recruit one of them. Britain's intelligence services were under pressure Saturday to explain their knowledge of two Islamists suspected of hacking a soldier to death in London, amid claims they had tried to recruit one of them. Michael Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Adebowale, 22 -- who remained under armed guard in hospital after being shot by police at the scene -- were known to the intelligence services but were reportedly assessed as not posing a deadly threat. An alleged friend of Adebolajo was arrested at the BBC after telling the broadcaster that British security services had tried to recruit the murder suspect. Abu Nusaybah told BBC television on Friday that Adebolajo was asked by the MI5 domestic intelligence agency if he knew certain individuals and later if he wanted to work for them. [LOL. Scratch a false flag, find the FBI, CIA, MI6 or MI5.]

Attorney Kurt Haskell guest on Canadian radio show

May 26, 2013 by legitgov

Attorney Kurt Haskell guest on Canadian radio show 25 May 2013 The world was shocked Christmas Day 2009 when Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab tried to ignite explosives hidden in his underwear, while flying from Amsterdam to Detroit. Only the quick action of passengers and crew averted tragedy in the air. Kurt Haskell, a Detroit attorney,  was on that flight, and he saw the accused earlier in the airport accompanied by an older man. Kurt overheard a conversation that Umar did not show a passport while checking in.  Nonetheless, he was allowed to board the plane. Haskell has concerns about the recent Boston bombings. For example, why did the FBI hold a news conference asking for help, when in reality they had been in touch with the Chechen brothers for years? Also, why the unconstitutional mass shutdown of the city of Boston? Haskell is a radio guest this Sunday, May 26, on 'Perspectives with Barry Shainbaum,' 12:30 pm, EDT, CJTW 94.3, Kitchener, Ont., streamed live. Click on 'Listen Live.'

French Soldier Stabbed in the Neck in Paris

May 26, 2013 by legitgov

French Soldier Stabbed in the Neck in Paris 26 May 2013 Police in France have said they believe the stabbing of a uniformed soldier in Paris may be linked to the [alleged] brutal murder of British soldier Lee Rigby in London. The 23-year-old French soldier was in a busy underground train station in the west of the city when he was stabbed in the throat by a man believed to be of North African origin at around 6pm on Saturday. The soldier, who has not been named, was with two colleagues patrolling the business area of La Defense as part of France's Vigipirate anti-terrorist surveillance strategy when he was approached from behind and attacked with a knife or box-cutter.

Protesters March Against Monsanto in 250 Cities

May 26, 2013 by legitgov

Protesters March Against Monsanto in 250 Cities 25 May 2013 Protests against seed giant [corpora-terrorists] Monsanto are getting under way across the U.S. and in dozens of other countries. "March Against Monsanto" organizers say they're calling attention to the dangers posed by genetically modified food and the companies that produce it. Protests are planned in more than 250 cities Saturday. Genetically modified plants are grown from seeds engineered to resist insecticides and herbicides, add nutritional benefits and improve crop yields.

Seaweed forces EDF to halt Scottish nuclear reactors

May 25, 2013 by legitgov

Seaweed forces EDF to halt Scottish nuclear reactors 24 May 2013 EDF Energy said on Friday it had halted both reactors at its 1,280 megawatt (MW) Torness nuclear plant near Edinburgh after a rising tide of seaweed threatened to clog its cooling system. "Around 1130 (BST) last night, Thursday 23 May, Unit 2 at Torness power station came offline due to increased seaweed levels as a result of the severe weather and sea conditions in the area," EDF said. "This was followed by a decision to take Unit 1 offline just after 3 a.m. today ...when it was clear that the seaweed levels weren't reducing."

Pakistan Airlines plane alert: Suspects' custody extended

May 25, 2013 by legitgov

Pakistan Airlines plane alert: Suspects' custody extended 25 May 2013 Two men continue to be questioned on suspicion of endangerment of an aircraft after RAF Typhoon jets escorted a passenger plane over the UK. Police boarded Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight, originally en-route to Manchester from Lahore, after it was diverted to Stansted on Friday. Both suspects are British nationals, aged 30 and 41, Essex Police said. The force confirmed their custody had been extended for 12 hours, from about 16:00 BST.

Gee, Looks Like Obama Really Is Setting Up 'Death Panels'

May 25, 2013 by legitgov

Gee, Looks Like Obama Really Is Setting Up 'Death Panels' --Obama drone oversight proposal prompts concern over 'kill courts' --President asks Congress to establish special court or board to authorise legal drone action 24 May 2013 Proposals to vet future US drone strikes risk creating "kill courts" according to human rights campaigners who say Barack Obama's promise of new legal oversight does not go far enough to end what they regard as extrajudicial executions. The president has asked Congress to consider establishing a special court or oversight board to authorise lethal action outside warzones under a new counter-terrorism doctrine which he says will end the "boundless war on terror". But responses to his speech from leading campaign groups, though broadly welcoming, highlight how little change Obama is proposing to the underlying principle that the US has a legal right to kill suspected terrorists abroad without trial.

Teenager arrested over Facebook comments about Boston Marathon bombers denied bail

May 25, 2013 by legitgov

Teenager arrested over Facebook comments about Boston Marathon bombers denied bail 25 May 2013 Cameron D'Ambrosio, an 18-year-old aspiring rapper from Methuen, about 30 miles north of Boston, was arrested on May 1 after he posted a note on his Facebook page that included the words "a boston bombinb wait till u see the s I do." D'Ambrosio was charged with "communicating terrorist threats" and faces as many as 20 years in prison if he is convicted. D'Ambrosio's lawyer and his family members argued at a bail review hearing this week that the teenager, who has also posted several expletive-laden rap videos online, posed no immediate threat and should be granted bail.

No need for U.S. bases in Afghanistan after 2014: Iran

May 25, 2013 by legitgov

No need for U.S. bases in Afghanistan after 2014: Iran 25 May 2013 Iran has advised the United States not to maintain military bases in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of foreign forces from the country, which is scheduled to take place in 2014. Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi made the remarks in a meeting with UN special envoy to Afghanistan Jan Kubis in Tehran on Wednesday. On May 9, 2013, Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Washington wants [sic] to maintain nine military bases after the withdrawal of U.S.-led coalition forces at the end of next year.

Judge rules against 'America's toughest sheriff' in racial profiling lawsuit

May 25, 2013 by legitgov

Judge rules against 'America's toughest sheriff' in racial profiling lawsuit 24 May 2013 Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio violated the constitutional rights of Latino drivers in his crackdown on illegal immigration, a federal judge found on Friday, and ordered him to stop using race as a factor in law enforcement decisions. The ruling against the Maricopa County sheriff came in response to a class-action lawsuit brought by Hispanic drivers that tested whether police can target illegal immigrants without racially profiling U.S. citizens and legal residents of Hispanic origin.

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