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FBI adds Syrian Electronic Army to wanted list

FBI adds Syrian Electronic Army to wanted list 06 Aug 2013 The Federal Bureau of Investigation has added the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA), an active group of hackers sympathetic to the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad, to its list of wanted criminals. Just one week after the SEA disabled The New York Times' website for a considerable number of hours on August 27, the FBI issued an advisory warning Americans about the SEA and its capabilities. The statement also reported that any US citizen found to be aiding the hackers will be investigated as a terrorist who is actively aiding attacks against US companies.

Left with nothing.

Left with nothing. 08 Sep 2013 On the day Bennie Coleman lost his house, the day armed U.S. marshals came to his door and ordered him off the property, he slumped in a folding chair across the street and watched the vestiges of his 76 years hauled to the curb... The duplex in Northeast Washington that Coleman bought with cash two decades earlier was emptied and shuttered. By sundown, he had nowhere to go. All because he didn't pay a $134 property tax bill. The retired Marine sergeant lost his house on that summer day two years ago through a tax lien sale -- an obscure program run by D.C. government that enlists private investors to help the city recover unpaid taxes. [But the Wall Street whores were bailed out, though, right? Start reading.]

Ruling allowed NSA search of domestic e-mail

Ruling allowed NSA search of domestic e-mail 08 Sep 2013 The Obama administration quietly won permission from a surveillance court in 2011 for the National Security Agency to search deliberately for Americans' communications in its huge databases of intercepted phone calls and emails, according to a published report. The Washington Post reported Saturday that officials in 2011 got the court to lift the ban on those kinds of searches, which the court imposed in 2008 at the government's request. The court also extended the length of time the NSA is allowed to retain intercepted communications from five to six years.

S.W.A.T. kills 107-year-old Arkansas man in shootout

S.W.A.T. kills 107-year-old Arkansas man in shootout 08 Sep 2013 A 107-year old Pine Bluff man died Saturday after a shootout with officers and S.W.A.T. members. The Pine Bluff Police Dept. released the following information about the incident on Saturday evening. "On September 7, 2013, at approximately 4:25 p.m., Officers of the Pine Bluff Police Department responded to a disturbance... When they arrived, they were able to determine that an Aggravated Assault had occurred against two people at the residence. The suspect, Monroe Isadore (M, 107 years old), had [allegedly] pointed a weapon at them.

Syria chemical weapons attack not ordered by Assad, says German press

Syria chemical weapons attack not ordered by Assad, says German press 08 Sep 2013 President Bashar al-Assad did not personally order last month's chemical weapons attack near Damascus that has triggered calls for US military intervention, and blocked numerous requests from his military commanders to use chemical weapons against government opponents in recent months, a German newspaper has reported, citing unidentified, high-level national security sources. The intelligence findings were based on phone calls intercepted by a German surveillance ship operated by the BND, the German intelligence service, and deployed off the Syrian coast, Bild am Sonntag said. The intercepted communications suggested Assad, who is accused of war crimes by the west, including foreign secretary William Hague, was not himself involved in last month's attack or in other instances when government forces have allegedly used chemical weapons.

Taliban bombers hit Afghanistan Wardak intelligence HQ

Taliban bombers hit Afghanistan Wardak intelligence HQ --Nato air strike kills at least nine civilians 08 Sep 2013 At least four Afghan intelligence staff have been killed after suicide bombers attacked offices of the provincial intelligence department in Wardak. Five suicide bombers were shot dead in the series of co-ordinated attacks, an hour away from the capital Kabul. More than 100 people - mostly civilians - were injured, police said. Separately a Nato air strike on Saturday in the eastern province of Kunar killed 15 people, including nine civilians, Afghan officials said.

Obama Administration Denies AP Requests for Syria Evidence

Obama Administration Denies AP Requests for Syria Evidence 08 Sep 2013 The Associated Press ran a skeptical piece Sunday about the Obama administration's public case for military intervention in Syria in response to a reported Aug. 21 chemical attack. The AP's Zeina Karam and Kimberly Dozier wrote that "the U.S. government insists it has the intelligence to prove it, but the public has yet to see a single piece of concrete evidence produced by U.S. intelligence -- no satellite imagery, no transcripts of Syrian military communications -- connecting the government of President Bashar Assad to the alleged chemical weapons attack last month that killed hundreds of people." The Obama administration has released videos to make its case, but the AP noted that its requests for additional evidence the government claims to possess have been denied.

 

Soldier's claim SAS hit squad 'did kill Princess Diana' is 'utterly convincing'

Soldier's claim SAS hit squad 'did kill Princess Diana' is 'utterly convincing' 05 Sep 2013 An SAS soldier's claims that the elite regiment murdered Princess Diana are "utterly convincing", police have been told. he former sniper's estranged wife has informed Scotland Yard she is completely sure he is telling the truth. Her total belief in Soldier N emerged as she was interviewed at length at a secret location. She told Yard detectives how the veteran soldier had spoken about the involvement of an SAS hit squad in the car crash that killed Diana and her boyfriend Dodi Fayed on several occasions.

Shark that ate 600 US sailors is 'circling' waters off Britain

Shark that ate 600 US sailors is 'circling' waters off Britain 08 Sep 2013 Slicing menacingly through the murky water, the huge shark fin unnerved the experienced fishing crew. Although only partially out of the water, it already stood a foot high and was dark grey... The close encounter happened on Wednesday near Looe, off the southern coast of Cornwall. It was just one of a number of sightings last week that has prompted fears a great white shark may be lurking off the south-west tip of Britain.

Obama administration had restrictions on NSA reversed in 2011

Obama administration had restrictions on NSA reversed in 2011 07 Sep 2013 The Obama administration secretly won permission from a surveillance court in 2011 to reverse restrictions on the National Security Agency's use of intercepted phone calls and e-mails, permitting the agency to search deliberately for Americans' communications in its massive databases, according to interviews with government officials and recently declassified material. In addition, the court extended the length of time that the NSA is allowed to retain intercepted U.S. communications from five years to six years -- and more under special circumstances, according to the documents, which include a recently released 2011 opinion by U.S. District Judge John D. Bates, then chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. What had not been previously acknowledged is that the court in 2008 imposed an explicit ban -- at the government's request -- on those kinds of searches, that officials in 2011 got the court to lift the bar and that the search authority has been used.

Merck vaccine developer admits vaccines routinely contain hidden cancer viruses derived from diseased monkeys

Merck vaccine developer admits vaccines routinely contain hidden cancer viruses derived from diseased monkeys 08 Sep 2013 Decades ago, one of the most prominent vaccine scientists in the history of the vaccine industry -- a Merck scientist -- made a recording where he openly admitted that vaccines given to Americans were contaminated with leukemia and cancer viruses. In hearing this admission, his colleagues break into laughter and seem to think it's hilarious. They then suggest that because these vaccines are first tested in Russia, their side effects will help the U.S. win the Olympics because the Russian athletes will all be "loaded down with tumors." For the record, this is the same vaccine that was given to tens of millions of Americans and promoted by the government.

'We say no war': Protesters across the world rally against military strike on Syria

'We say no war': Protesters across the world rally against military strike on Syria 08 Sep 2013 Protests were held across the globe on Saturday to speak out against a US-led strike on Syria, as world leaders ask Washington to wait for the results of a UN report before taking military action. Around 200 people gathered outside the White House on Saturday to voice their opposition against a military strike on Syria and demand that Congress votes "no" on the issue. Demonstrators chanted, "They say more war; we say no war" and carried signs stating that war on Syria would be "Built on a Lie."

Booker made $689K from ex-law firm while mayor

Booker made $689K from ex-law firm while mayor 07 Sep 2013 Cory Booker pocketed $689,500 in payouts from his former law firm while he served as Newark's mayor and the firm pulled down millions in government contracts, he revealed Friday. [Wall Street troll] Booker, the front-runner in the race for New Jersey's US Senate seat, received the payments in annual allotments from 2007 to 2011. At the same time, the Trenk DiPasquale law firm held lucrative contracts with several local government agencies over which the mayor had influence - raking in more than $2 million in fees, records show.

Flu shots mandatory for hospital employees

Flu shots mandatory for hospital employees --'The vaccination does not guarantee immunity from the virus.' 06 Sep 2013 Employees at South Dakota's three major health care systems will for the first time be required to get vaccinated for the upcoming flu season. Sanford Health, Avera Health and Regional Health of Rapid City announced the move Friday in a joint news release. The goal is to reach a vaccination rate above 90 percent among hospital employees and create a "herd immunity" which would protect even those employees who either can't or won't be vaccinated. Those who are exempted will have to wear surgical masks in the hospital during flu season. [Mandatory mercury-laden, squalene-filled vaccines? *We'll take your shot after you take ours.*]

Pentagon adjusts plans for more intense attacks on Syria

Pentagon adjusts plans for more intense attacks on Syria --U.S. war planners are preparing for three days of attacks on Syria, a longer bombardment than originally envisioned. 07 Sep 2013 The Pentagon is preparing for a longer bombardment of Syria than it originally had planned, with a heavy barrage of missile strikes followed soon after by more attacks on targets that the opening salvos missed or failed to destroy, officials said. Two U.S. officers said the White House asked for an expanded target list in recent days to include many more than the 50 or so targets on the initial list. As a result, Pentagon planners are weighing whether to use Air Force bombers, in addition to five warships now on patrol in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, to launch cruise missiles and air-to-surface missiles from hundreds of miles offshore, well out of range of Syrian air defenses. Syria is also within range of an aircraft carrier strike group in the Red Sea, which includes one cruiser and three destroyers, all capable of firing cruise missiles.

CNN airs videos of Syria sarin gas victims

CNN airs videos of Syria sarin gas victims 07 Sep 2013 CNN aired graphic videos of victims Saturday that it said were shown to select US lawmakers as part of a push to shore up support for a strike on Syria. The broadcaster said the 13 videos were shown Thursday to members of the Senate Intelligence Committee who were told they depict victims of an August 21 chemical weapons attack in the war-torn country. The senators were told by the intelligence community that the videos had been verified, according to CNN. However, the broadcaster said it could not independently verify the authenticity of the material and stressed that the videos do not show who is responsible for the attack [ --the 'rebels'].

Snowden leaks: US and UK 'crack online encryption'

Snowden leaks: US and UK 'crack online encryption' 06 Sep 2013 US and UK intelligence have reportedly cracked the encryption codes protecting the emails, banking and medical records of hundreds of millions of people. Disclosures by leaker Edward Snowden allege the US National Security Agency (NSA) and the UK's GCHQ successfully decoded key online security protocols. They suggest some internet companies provided the agencies backdoor access to their security systems. The NSA is said to spend $250m (£160m) a year on the top-secret operation.

IOC grants Tokyo 2020 Olympics, despite ongoing concerns over Fukushima nuclear plant

IOC grants Tokyo 2020 Olympics, despite ongoing concerns over Fukushima nuclear plant 07 Sep 2013 Tokyo will host the 2020 Summer Olympics, 56 years after it staged the same event. International Olympic Committee delegates in Buenos Aires chose Japan's capital city over Istanbul in the final round. The prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, travelled with the Japanese delegation and [falsely] claimed that problems at the Fukushima nuclear plant were under control... Abe's comments contradict a recent post on the Fukushima Diary website, which tracks horror stories linked to the crippled nuclear facility.

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Conservative leader Abbott expected to win Australia election, exit poll hints of landslide

Conservative leader Abbott expected to win Australia election, exit poll hints of landslide 07 Sep 2013 Australia's conservative leader Tony Abbott voted at a Sydney surf club on Saturday, exuding confidence as polls pointed to a landslide election win over Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and an end to six years of troubled Labor rule. An early media exit poll, with still an hour of voting in major eastern states, predicted Abbott's Liberal-National Party coalition would win 53 percent of the national vote, compared to 47 percent for Rudd's Labor. Abbott's campaign has had support from media magnate Rupert Murdoch and his Australian newspapers, which have urged voters to reject Rudd's Labor government.

FOI Lawyer: Newtown Broke Law By Withholding Sandy Hook 911 Calls

FOI Lawyer: Newtown Broke Law By Withholding Sandy Hook 911 Calls 05 Sep 2013 Newtown officials violated state law when they refused to release tapes of 911 calls made during the attack at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a Freedom of Information Commission lawyer has ruled in a preliminary report that chastised both Newtown police and state prosecutors. Kathleen K. Ross, a hearing officer with the commission, said Newtown police offered little evidence supporting their contention that the tapes were exempt from release under the state's Freedom of Information laws. Instead, she wrote, the police department merely deferred to state prosecutors, who instructed Newtown to withhold the tapes because they related to an ongoing investigation. The 911 tapes, as well as records related to police activity at the home of Adam Lanza, who [allegedly] killed 26 inside the school,

Russia pledges to help Syria in case of US war

Russia pledges to help Syria in case of US war 06 Sep 2013 Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that his country will help the Syrian government in the event of a foreign military intervention. Putin made the remarks on Friday at a news conference on the final day of the G20 summit in St. Petersburg. The Russian president, however, did not elaborate on how Moscow would help Damascus. It was not clear if Moscow planned to defend Syria and increase military assistance.

Russia sends four more warships to eastern Mediterranean near Syria

Russia sends four more warships to eastern Mediterranean near Syria 06 Sep 2013 The Russian navy has sent four more ships to the eastern Mediterranean, near the Syrian coast, as the United States considers launching a military offensive against the Arab country. The SSV-201 Priazovye reconnaissance ship, escorted by two landing ships, Minsk and Novocherkassk, had already passed through Turkey's Bosphorus Strait, Russia's Interfax news agency quoted a source from the Saint Petersburg-based central naval command as saying on Friday. A third landing ship was just making a short stop to lift "special cargo" in Novorossiysk in the Black Sea, the report added without elaborating on the cargo.

South Korea extends Japan fisheries ban as Fukushima concerns grow

South Korea extends Japan fisheries ban as Fukushima concerns grow 06 Sep 2013 South Korea on Friday extended a ban on Japanese fishery imports to a larger area around the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant due to growing concerns over radiation contamination. Further fuelling those concerns, the plant's operator Tokyo Electric Power Co, or Tepco, said it was "very concerned" that radioactive water could flow towards a bypass it is digging to divert clean groundwater around the damaged reactors and into the sea. The bypass is a key element of the company's attempts to contain an escalating problem of irradiated water at the nuclear facility.

FBI, Homeland Security: No credible or specific intel of threat tied to 9/11

FBI, Homeland Security: No credible or specific intel of threat tied to 9/11 06 Sep 2013 The government is aware of no credible or specific information that points to any terror plot tied to the anniversary of the September 2001 attacks, according to a new confidential threat assessment from the FBI and Homeland Security Department obtained by The Associated Press. The new assessment, dated Thursday, said that intelligence agencies remain concerned that Al Qaeda and its affiliates are committed to carrying out attacks on Western targets. But it said there was no information pointing to any known plot. [That's because the plot is being hatched in the US government and carried out by them in conjunction with Al Qaeda in Syria! --MDR]

Brutality of Syrian 'Rebels' Posing Dilemma in West

Brutality of Syrian 'Rebels' Posing Dilemma in West 05 Sep 2013 The Syrian 'rebels' posed casually, standing over their prisoners with firearms pointed down at the shirtless and terrified men... The moment the poem ended, the commander, known as "the Uncle," fired a bullet into the back of the first prisoner's head. His gunmen followed suit, promptly killing all the men at their feet. This scene was documented in a video smuggled out of Syria a few days ago by a former rebel who grew disgusted by the killings. The video, shot in the spring of 2012, joins a growing body of evidence of an increasingly criminal environment populated by [CIA-run] gangs of highwaymen, kidnappers and killers [and cannibals].

Putin: Syria chemical attack is 'rebels' provocation in hope of intervention'

Putin: Syria chemical attack is 'rebels' provocation in hope of intervention' 06 Sep 2013 The alleged chemical weapons use in Syria is a provocation carried out by the 'rebels' to attract a foreign-led strike, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at the G20 summit. There was no 50/50 split of opinion on the notion of a military strike against the Syrian President Bashar Assad, Putin stressed refuting earlier assumptions. Only Turkey, Canada, Saudi Arabia and France joined the US push for intervention, he said, adding that the UK Prime Minister’s position was not supported by his citizens. Russia, China, India, Indonesia, Argentina, Brazil, South Africa and Italy were among the major world's economies clearly opposed to military intervention.

 

Russia warns of catastrophe if Syria nuclear reactor hit by U.S. strike

Russia warns of catastrophe if Syria nuclear reactor hit by U.S. strike [Right, but then there will just be another media blackout - like there is on Fukushima.] 05 Sep 2013 Russia said on Wednesday that a military strike on Syria could have catastrophic effects if a missile hit a small reactor near Damascus that contains radioactive uranium. The Foreign Ministry called on the U.N. nuclear agency to urgently assess the risk as the United States considers military action to punish Syria's government for an alleged gas attack. "If a warhead, by design or by chance, were to hit the Miniature Neutron Source Reactor (MNSR) near Damascus, the consequences could be catastrophic," a ministry statement said. It said nearby areas could be contaminated by highly enriched uranium and that it would be impossible to account for the nuclear material after such a strike, suggesting it could fall into the hands of people who might use it as a weapon. [That's the goal - so the US can have its gas pipeline - with no people around in Syria to resist.]

US Orders Diplomats out of Lebanon

US Orders Diplomats out of Lebanon 06 Sep 2013 The State Department on Friday ordered nonessential American diplomats and the families of staffers at the U.S. Embassy in Beirut to leave Lebanon immediately due to security concerns as the Obama administration and Congress debate military strikes on neighboring Syria. The department also authorized the voluntary departure of diplomats and families at the U.S. Consulate in Adana, Turkey, which is the closest American diplomatic post to Syria in Turkey.

75,000 troops needed to secure chemical weapons if Damascus falls

75,000 troops needed to secure chemical weapons if Damascus falls 05 Sep 2013 The potential of strategic US strikes in Syria has sparked fears Damascus's chemical weapons could fall into the wrong hands if the government is toppled. A recent congressional report says 75,000 troops would be needed to safeguard the WMD caches. The Congressional Research Center (CRS) report, issued just one day before the alleged August 21 chemical weapons attack in a Damascus suburb, was compiled with the aim of "responding to possible scenarios involving the use, change of hands, or loss of control of Syrian chemical weapons."

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