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U.S.-backed Syrian forces gave defeated ISIS fighters safe passage

August 17, 2016 by legitgov

U.S.-backed Syrian forces gave defeated ISIS fighters safe passage | 16 Aug 2016 | Islamic State fighters surrounded during the key battle for Manbij, Syria, last week agreed to surrender their weapons to U.S.-backed Syrian forces in return for safe passage out of the embattled city, a senior defense official said Tuesday. It was the first such agreement with the terror group...U.S. advisers who support the Syrian Democratic [sic] Forces knew of the deal and agreed not to target the [ISIS] convoy with airstrikes as it left the city, according to the defense official. U.S. advisers urged their allies on the ground to consider other options, but the forces stuck to their plan to give the militants safe passage, the official said. Army Col. Chris Garver, a military spokesman in Baghdad...said the decision not to bomb the [ISIS] convoy was made by the U.S.-backed forces in Manbij. [Of course. Gotta protect I-CIA-SIS.]

More than 120 Republicans tell RNC to cut off funds to Donald Trump

August 16, 2016 by legitgov

More than 120 Republicans tell RNC to cut off funds to Donald Trump | 16 Aug 2016 | A letter that urges the Republican National Committee to cut off funds to Donald Trump has collected more than 120 signatures from current and former elected officials [TPP-pimps, globalist dirt-bags, and sociopaths], according to the final version obtained by CBS News. The letter, which will be delivered to RNC Chairman Reince Priebus Tuesday, includes two sitting members of Congress and 27 former RNC staffers, among many others. "...[W]e urge you to immediately suspend all discretionary RNC support for Trump and focus the entirety of the RNC's available resources on preserving the GOP's congressional majorities," says the letter, whose draft CBS reported on last week when there were already 70 signatures.

Fears of 'Sharia Police' and Islamic State support in German city after wave of refugees

August 16, 2016 by legitgov

Fears of 'Sharia Police' and Islamic State support in German city after wave of refugees | 13 Aug 2016 | Officials in the German port of Hamburg are monitoring reports that Muslims posing as 'Sharia Police' are carrying out patrols in the city. Eyewitnesses reported seeing three people wearing burkas and black gloves driving around Hamburg's Wandsbek district in a black VW. They said a sticker with an Islamic logo and the words Sharia Police was fastened to the car's bonnet. There were also reports of another incident in the Dammtor area of Hamburg where witnesses claim to have seen five to seven masked people sitting in a van.

Pentagon announces single largest transfer of Guantanamo inmates

August 16, 2016 by legitgov

Pentagon announces single largest transfer of Guantanamo inmates | 15 Aug 2016 | U.S. officials said on Monday 15 inmates from the Guantanamo prison were transferred to the United Arab Emirates, the single largest transfer of Guantanamo detainees during President Barack Obama's administration. The transfer of the 12 Yemeni and three Afghan citizens brings the total number of detainees prisoners down to 61 at the U.S. naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Most have been held without charge or trial for more than a decade, drawing international condemnation.

In Saudi-led coalition war crime, air strike on MSF hospital in Yemen kills at least 11 - aid group

August 16, 2016 by legitgov

The Saudi beheading sociopaths, aka ISIS on steroids: In Saudi-led coalition war crime, air strike on MSF hospital in Yemen kills at least 11 - aid group | 15 Aug 2016 | A Saudi-led coalition air strike hit a hospital operated by Medecins Sans Frontieres in northern Yemen on Monday, killing at least 11 people and wounding 19, the aid group said. A Reuters witness at the scene of the attack in the Abs district of Hajja province said medics could not immediately evacuate the wounded because war planes continued to fly over the area and emergency workers feared more bombings. "The location of the hospital was well known, and the hospital's GPS coordinates were repeatedly shared with all parties to the conflict, including the Saudi-led coalition," the aid group also known as Doctors Without Borders, said in a statement. It said one of its staff members was among those killed when an aerial bomb hit the hospital compound, also killing 10 patients. "This is the fourth attack against an MSF facility in less than 12 months," the statement said.

Vaccine quackery bombshell: Key studies cited to 'prove' vaccines are safe were funded almost entirely by vaccine manufacturers

August 15, 2016 by legitgov

Vaccine quackery bombshell: Key studies cited to 'prove' vaccines are safe were funded almost entirely by vaccine manufacturers | 09 Aug 2016 | In this critical review of the scientific literature on vaccines, ANH-USA and Brian Hooker carefully scrutinize the gross scientific flaws and blatant financial conflicts of interests that undermine the most commonly cited scientific studies which "prove" vaccines don't cause autism. In a startling percentage of these studies, the "scientists" were either directly funded by vaccine manufacturers who stood to profit from vaccine safety whitewashing or served as highly paid expert witnesses to defend vaccine makers against lawsuits. What we really see in this critical review is a systemic pattern of scientific fraud, criminal corruption and the complete abandonment of research ethics in the relentless quest to "prove" vaccines are safe (and thereby sell more of them to more vaccine victims).

Police try to disperse Milwaukee crowds after one person shot during protests

August 15, 2016 by legitgov

Police try to disperse Milwaukee crowds after one person shot during protests | 15 Aug 2016 | Tensions rose again on Sunday night with one person shot in the Milwaukee neighborhood where the fatal shooting of a suspect by a police officer touched off rioting and arson the previous night and prompted Wisconsin's governor to activate the National Guard. After small groups of demonstrators gathered earlier in peaceful vigils, Milwaukee police said late Sunday night they began attempting to disperse crowds after shots were fired and objects were thrown by some protesters. Police said they rescued one shooting victim, who was rushed to hospital.

'Shots fired' panic at JFK: All passengers evacuated from two terminals, a huge army of cops hunts for elusive 'gunman'

August 15, 2016 by legitgov

'Shots fired' panic at JFK: All passengers are evacuated from two terminals, flights are grounded and a huge army of cops hunts for an elusive 'gunman' - after TWO mystery reports of gunfire --A massive police presence had responded to reports of shots fired | 14 Aug 2016 | Police evacuated Terminals 8 at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport out of an 'abundance of caution' following reports of gunfire - but say investigators found no evidence of shots fired. Thousands of passengers were forced to evacuate the terminal shortly after 9.30pm as police searched for an alleged armed suspect on Sunday evening. Terminals 1 and the Van Wyck Expressway approaching JFK Airport was also closed as a safety precaution. However, no injuries were reported and flights due to land at JFK were diverted to Buffalo and those destined for the airport, in Queens, were grounded.

Police respond to reports of shots fired inside terminal at JFK Airport

August 15, 2016 by legitgov

Police respond to reports of shots fired inside terminal at JFK Airport --Police evacuating area | 14 Aug 2016 | Police are responding to a call of reported shots fired in JFK Airport Sunday night. The possible shooting happened at Kennedy Airport's Terminal 8 around 9:30 p.m. Witnesses reported hearing two shots fired in the terminal...Around 10:15, panic erupted in Terminal 1 with another report of shots fired.

Wisconsin governor activates National Guard after police shooting sparks unrest

August 15, 2016 by legitgov

Wisconsin governor activates National Guard after police shooting sparks unrest | 14 Aug 2016 | Wisconsin's governor (Scott Walker - R) activated the National Guard on Sunday after an angry crowd set fire to buildings and attacked police cars in response to a police shooting in Milwaukee. State National Guard members were told to go to their local armories and to get ready to deploy to Milwaukee as early as Sunday evening if necessary, according to a news release from the National Guard. The unrest began Saturday night after police shot and killed a black man who officials said was armed. Officers pulled over a "suspicious vehicle" that afternoon, according to Milwaukee's mayor, and two people fled the vehicle and ran in different directions.

Four dead, 7,000 rescued from Louisiana flooding

August 15, 2016 by legitgov

Four dead, 7,000 rescued from Louisiana flooding | 14 Aug 2016 | Rescue efforts intensified Sunday as historic rain that paralyzed much of southeastern Louisiana eased, while floodwaters continued to bring havoc to the battered region. State Police helicopters delivered food and water to hundreds of motorists stuck for more than 24 hours in flooding near Baton Rouge. More than 7,000 people -- and 500 pets -- were rescued from homes, businesses and cars overwhelmed by the unrelenting waters, Gov. John Bel Edwards said. Four people have been reported dead, said Devin George, the state registrar for vital records.

Pentagon Audit: Documentation for $6.5 Trillion Worth of Year-End Army Fund Adjustments 'Can't Be Found'

August 14, 2016 by legitgov

Pentagon Audit: Documentation for $6.5 Trillion Worth of Year-End Army Fund Adjustments 'Can't Be Found' | 31 July 2016 | The Defense Department over the years has been notorious for its lax accounting practices. The Pentagon has never completed an audit of how they actually spend the trillions of dollars on wars, equipment, personnel, housing, healthcare and procurements. A Department of Defense inspector general's report released last week offered a jaw-dropping insight into just how bad the military's auditing system is. The Defense Finance and Accounting Service, the behemoth Indianapolis-based agency that provides finance and accounting services for the Pentagon’s civilian and military members, could not provide adequate documentation for $6.5 trillion worth of year-end adjustments to Army general fund transactions and data. [Gee, the last time we learned a whole bunch of money ($2.3 trillion) went missing from the Pentagon (September 10, 2001), the dirt-bags distracted us with the 9/11 inside job. --LRP]

Violence erupts after officer-involved shooting

August 14, 2016 by legitgov

Violence erupts after officer-involved shooting | 14 Aug 2016 | A standoff between police and an angry crowd turned violent Saturday night in the hours after a Milwaukee police officer shot and killed an armed suspect during a foot chase on the city's north side. After an hours-long confrontation with officers, police reported at 10:15 p.m. that a gas station at N. Sherman Blvd. and W. Burleigh St. was set on fire. Police said firefighters could not for a time get close to the blaze because of gunshots.

Deadly police shooting sparks violent protests in Milwaukee

August 14, 2016 by legitgov

Deadly police shooting sparks violent protests in Milwaukee | 14 Aug 2016 | Protesters hurled bricks, fired gunshots and set a gas station on fire in Milwaukee on Saturday night hours after police shot and killed an armed suspect during a pursuit following a traffic stop. Milwaukee police said a uniformed officer shot and killed a 23-year-old man during a foot pursuit which took place after an afternoon traffic stop. The suspect, who the department said had a lengthy arrest record, was armed with a stolen handgun. It did not say whether the man fired any shots during the incident.

Isis: Incredible photos show civilians celebrating freedom in Syria by cutting beards and burning burqas

August 14, 2016 by walden9

Isis: Incredible photos show civilians celebrating freedom in Syria by cutting beards and burning burqas | 13 Aug 2016 | Ecstatic Syrian civilians have been shaving off their beards, burning their burqas, smoking and dancing in the streets after being freed from Isis. The jubilant celebrations were seen in the Syrian city of Manbij on Friday, where militants have been driven out after months of fighting by US-backed 'rebel' groups.

Reports of Gunshots in Busy Mall: Chaos, People Running

August 13, 2016 by walden9

Reports of Gunshots in Busy Mall: Chaos, People Running | 13 Aug 2016 | Reports of gunshots inside a busy North Carolina mall caused chaos Saturday afternoon as shoppers ran screaming for the doors or sheltered in stores while dozens of officers arrived on the scene, witnesses said. Raleigh police said they responded to reports that shots were fired inside Crabtree Valley Mall around 2:30 p.m. They found no one wounded and added that they hadn't arrested any suspects by late afternoon.

Joint FBI-US Attorney Probe of Clinton Foundation Is Underway

August 13, 2016 by legitgov

Joint FBI-US Attorney Probe of Clinton Foundation Is Underway | 12 Aug 2016 | Multiple FBI investigations are underway involving potential corruption charges against the Clinton Foundation, according to a former senior law enforcement official. The investigation centers on New York City, where the Clinton Foundation has its main offices, according to the former official who has direct knowledge of the activities. Prosecutorial support will come from various U.S. Attorneys Offices - a major departure from other centralized FBI investigations.

Princeton professor shows how easy it is to hack an election in just 7 minutes

August 13, 2016 by legitgov

Princeton professor shows how easy it is to hack an election in just 7 minutes | 08 Aug 2016 | A professor from Princeton University and a graduate student just proved electronic voting machines in the U.S. remain astonishingly vulnerable to hackers -- and they did it in under eight minutes. In fact, Professor Andrew Appel and grad student Alex Halderman took just seven minutes to break into the authentic Sequoia AVC Advantage electronic voting machine Appel purchased for $82 online -- one of the oldest models, but still in use Louisiana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Virginia, Politico reported. After Halderman picked the hulking, 250-pound machine's lock in seven seconds flat, Appel wrested its four ROM chips from a circuit board -- an easy feat, considering the chips weren't soldered in place.

DOJ: Baltimore Police Department engages in discriminatory practices

August 13, 2016 by legitgov

DOJ: Baltimore Police Department engages in discriminatory practices | 11 Aug 2016 | The Baltimore Police Department (BPD) has engaged in tactics that violate the First and Fourth Amendments and numerous anti-discrimination laws, according to a report released by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) on Wednesday. The report is centered on the use of excessive force and illegal stops, seizures and searches, especially within the African-American community. Most at fault for the systemic discrimination against African-American citizens, the DOJ said, are "deficient policies, training and accountability systems," including the "zero-tolerance" street enforcement. A variety of statistics were used to highlight the problem within the Baltimore, among which was a finding by the DOJ that African Americans accounted for over 80 percent of all BPD vehicle stops, despite white individuals being found with contraband twice as often.

Belgium detains three in anti-terrorism case after Brussels raids

August 13, 2016 by legitgov

Belgium detains three in anti-terrorism case after Brussels raids | 12 Aug 2016 | Belgium has detained three people after a string of house searches in Brussels as part of an anti-terrorism investigation, prosecutors said on Friday. "Eight house searches were conducted last night by the federal judicial police of Brussels...at the demand of an investigating judge specialized in terrorism," the federal prosecutors said in a statement.

ISIS 'hit squads and sleeper cells' are in Europe after slipping in alongside refugees, German spy chief warns

August 13, 2016 by legitgov

ISIS 'hit squads and sleeper cells' are in Europe after slipping in alongside refugees, German spy chief warns --The German spy said there were 'hundreds' of reports to investigate --Europe is on high alert after a wave of summer terrorist attacks | 12 Aug 2016 | A top German spy has warned there are ISIS 'hit squads and sleeper cells' hiding in Europe who snuck in among refugees. Manfred Hauser, the vice president of Bavaria's domestic intelligence agency, BayLfv, said there were 'substantial reports' of the threat. The fear of a terror threat relating to mass refugee flows into Europe from the war in Syria has been heightened by a wave of summer attacks in Germany, France and Belgium.

Early morning explosion in DC allegedly leaves yet another DNC staffer dead

August 12, 2016 by legitgov

Early morning explosion in DC allegedly leaves YET ANOTHER DNC staffer dead | 11 Aug 2016 | At least two people died and several remained missing after a natural gas explosion and fire leveled an apartment building late Wednesday in the Washington suburb of Silver Spring, Md., fire officials said. Assistant Chief Russ Hamill of the Montgomery County Police told reporters Thursday that two bodies were found in the ruins and that the scene would be handled as a "death investigation."  The identity of one of the bodies has led some to speculate, especially following the revelations about murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich this week...One source CTN spoke with said that 5 to 7 people are still considered to be missing, and it is believed that a long-time DNC staffer may be among the group.

I-84 East Closed for Hours After Shooting, Fire

August 12, 2016 by legitgov

I-84 East Closed for Hours After Shooting, Fire | 12 Aug 2016 | Interstate 84 East in Hartford has been closed down for hours and will be closed for at least two more after a man shot himself on the highway, according to police. The incident came in around 10:30 a.m. as reports of a vehicle fire on the eastbound side of highway between exits 46 and 48 and shots fired..."Due to the nature of this incident and out of an abundance of caution, we used a bomb robot to clear the van, not knowing what would be in there," Trooper Tyler Weerden said.

US energy chief makes bold claim for storage technology

August 12, 2016 by walden9

US energy chief makes bold claim for storage technology | Aug 2016 | The US energy secretary, Ernest Moniz, believes the advances being made in storage technology means that the country will be completely decarbonised by the 2050s. A global race, seen initially in Europe and the US is leading to a rapid acceleration in innovation that may dispense with the need for nuclear and thermal power by that time according to the technology's backers, as the Achilles heel of intermittency will no longer impact on the overall effectiveness of renewables.

Trump: Americans could be tried in Guantanamo

August 12, 2016 by legitgov

Trump: Americans could be tried in Guantánamo | 11 Aug 2016 | A President Donald Trump might push for Americans accused of terrorism to be tried in military tribunal at the U.S. Navy base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, the Republican nominee told the Miami Herald on Thursday. "I would say they could be tried there, that would be fine," Trump said in a brief interview ahead of his speech to home builders in Miami Beach. Under current federal law, it's illegal to try U.S. citizens at military commissions. Changing the law would require an act of Congress. [See also, from the Obama administration: Newly released American drone policy explains how US citizens, other targets can be chosen 06 Aug 2016 which the media 'forgot' to cover.]

The Millions of Americans Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Barely Mention: The Poor

August 12, 2016 by legitgov

The Millions of Americans Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Barely Mention: The Poor | 11 Aug 2016 | The United States...abides the deepest poverty of any developed nation, but you would not know it by listening to Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party's presidential nominee. Mrs. Clinton, who spoke about her economic plans on Thursday near Detroit, is campaigning as an advocate for middle-class families whose fortunes have flagged. She has said much less about helping the millions of Americans who yearn to reach the middle class. Her Republican rival, Donald J. Trump, spoke in Detroit on his economic proposals three days ago, and while their platforms are markedly different in details and emphasis, the candidates have this in common: Both promise to help Americans find jobs; neither has said much about helping people while they are not working.

Ecuador allows Sweden to interview WikiLeaks co-founder Assange in its London embassy

August 11, 2016 by legitgov

Ecuador allows Sweden to interview WikiLeaks co-founder Assange in its London embassy | 11 Aug 2016 | Sweden has made a formal request to interview Julian Assange in Ecuador's London Embassy in June, four years after the initial offer from Ecuadorian authorities. The deal was struck on Wednesday. The agreement was apparently reached after Ecuador's general attorney okayed the Swedish government's request to interview the WikiLeaks founder. Julian Assange has been living in the building of the Ecuador's Embassy since 2012; Assange was granted asylum due to his concerns that he would be extradited to Sweden, and then to the US.

Pentagon reveals no-bid $10 million contract for mercenaries and spies to fight ISIS in Syria

August 11, 2016 by legitgov

Pentagon reveals no-bid $10 million contract for mercenaries and spies to fight ISIS in Syria | 10 Aug 2016 | A no-bid $10 million contract announced in late July is possibly the first instance in which the Pentagon has publicly acknowledged using private military contractors alongside American special operations forces 'fighting' Islamic State in Syria. In a public announcement on July 27, the Department of Defense said it awarded an intelligence analysis contract to private contractor Six3 Intelligence Solutions, a cyber and signals intelligence and surveillance firm that is a subsidiary of CACI International Inc. The contract will require Six3 to assist US forces working against Islamic State (IS, formerly known as ISIS or ISIL [or I-CIA-SIS]) within Syria.

NYPD arrests man who scaled Trump Tower with suction cups

August 11, 2016 by legitgov

NYPD arrests man who scaled Trump Tower with suction cups | 10 Aug 2016 | A man scaling Trump Tower using giant suction cups was roughly pulled into the building at about 6:30 p.m. by members of the New York Police Department after reaching the 21st floor. The Trump Tower climber was arrested and taken to Bellevue Hospital for evaluation, according to a law enforcement official. Neither the climber's identity nor his political purpose, if any, were immediately clear as the long-haired man in baseball cap and climbing gear slowly pulled his way up the glass structure. Trump Tower is Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's highest-profile property, and where his campaign is headquartered -- next to Central Park in Manhattan.

Clinton disavows support from Orlando shooter's father

August 10, 2016 by legitgov

Clinton disavows support from Orlando shooter's father | 10 Aug 2016 | Hillary Clinton's campaign late Tuesday disavowed support from the [alleged] Orlando gunman's father, who attended one of her rallies earlier this week. Clinton "disagrees with his views and disavows his support," a campaign spokesperson told news outlets. Her campaign earlier in the day sought to play down the support from Seddique Mateen, whose son was responsible for the Pulse nightclub massacre in June that killed 49. Mateen's controversial insane views on Afghan politics and homosexuality emerged after the shooting.

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