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Fourth shooting in Virginia targeting military facilities prompts FBI public appeal

Fourth shooting in Virginia targeting military facilities prompts FBI public appeal --An FBI official urges the shooter, possibly a disgruntled Marine, to contact authorities.  29 Oct 2010 After a fourth shooting incident Thursday night involving military buildings in Northern Virginia, the FBI appealed to the public for help in locating a possibly disgruntled Marine before something "disastrous" happens. Authorities announced on Friday that they believe the shooter who fired on the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle, Va. Thursday night may also be responsible for three other shootings targeting government buildings in recent weeks.

Yemen flight lands at JFK under military escort

Yemen flight lands at JFK under military escort 29 Oct 2010 A commercial passenger jet that was also carrying cargo from Yemen was escorted from the Canadian border to New York City by two military fighter jets, U.S. officials said. According to NORAD, the fighter escort to John F. Kennedy International Airport was being done "out of an abundance of caution." Sources told CBS News that there were no threats or suspicious packages aboard.

FedEx says suspicious package confiscated in Dubai

FedEx says suspicious package confiscated in Dubai 29 Oct 2010 FedEx Corp. said local authorities, in cooperation with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, confiscated a suspicious package at its Dubai facility that originated in Yemen. "As an additional safety measure, FedEx has embargoed all shipments, originating from Yemen," said Maury Lane, spokesman for FedEx, the world's largest cargo airline.

BP dispersants 'causing sickness'

BP dispersants 'causing sickness' --Investigation by Al Jazeera online correspondent finds toxic illnesses linked to BP oil dispersants along Gulf coast. 29 Oct 2010 BP has admitted to using at least 1.9 million gallons of widely banned toxic dispersants (one that has been banned in the UK), which according to chemist Bob Naman, create an even more toxic substance when mixed with crude oil. And dispersed, weathered oil continues to flow ashore daily. Naman, who works at the Analytical Chemical Testing Lab in Mobile, Alabama, has been carrying out studies to search for the chemical markers of the dispersants BP used to both sink and break up its oil. According to Naman, poly-aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) from this toxic mix are making people sick.

Airmen Given Expired Anthrax Vaccines

Airmen Given Expired Anthrax Vaccines 28 Oct 2010 All Air Force medical facilities stopped vaccinating against anthrax on Oct. 26 after officials determined that many treatment centers administered expired [squalene-laden] vaccines earlier in the same month. In a memo issued Oct. 26, Air Force Brig. Gen. Mark Ediger, commander of the Air Force Medical Operations Agency in San Antonio, said the stand-down would remain in place until treatment centers can confirm the vaccine stock they have is current.

Suspicious package found at UK airport was 'dummy run for terror attack on transatlantic planes'

Suspicious package found at UK airport was 'dummy run for terror attack on transatlantic planes' --Ink cartridge made to look like bomb sparks major alert --Similar package seized from a plane in Dubai --Both 'bombs' were addressed to synagogues in Chicago 29 Oct 2010 A suspicious package containing white powder and with wires attached to it today sparked security alerts at airports in the UK and U.S. The package, found at East Midlands Airport at 3.30am, prompted U.S. authorities to ground planes at Newark Liberty International Airport and Philadelphia International Airport. The FBI said the mock bombs were destined for synagogues in Chicago - the Jewish Federation the city were warned to be on their guard earlier today. Investigations are now underway to find out whether the package, sent from the Yemen, was a dry run for mail bomb plot.

George Bush thought 9/11 plane had been shot down on his orders

George Bush thought 9/11 plane had been shot down on his orders [Well, Cheney's.] Memoirs reveal former US president gave order to shoot down any hijacked planes before United Airlines flight 93 crashed. 29 Oct 2010 George Bush initially believed the only plane not to reach its intended target during the 11 September attacks had been shot down on his orders, according to leaks from the former president's [sic] memoir of his two terms in office. Bush reveals that he gave the order for any further suspected hijacked planes to be shot down after the first aircraft were flown into the World Trade Centre in New York during the 2001 terror attacks. He at first thought the crash of United Airlines flight 93 in Pennsylvania had resulted from this instruction, although it later emerged was spun that passengers had stormed the cockpit as hijackers flew the plane towards the Capitol building in Washington. [Oh my God. Bush is giving a 'quasi-confession.' Bush's narrative reads like 'the diary of an unsub.' Hotchner's BAU would have this guy made as the killer in about five picoseconds. --LRP]

High alert in U.S. after suspicious package found in UK

High alert in U.S. after suspicious package found in UK 29 Oct 2010 At least two U.S. airports were on high alert Friday after investigators found a suspicious package on a plane in the United Kingdom the night before, a law enforcement source with detailed knowledge of the investigation said. The suspicious package, which contained a "manipulated" toner cartridge, tested negative for explosive material, the source said, but it led to heightened inspection of arriving cargo flights in Newark, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and a UPS truck in New York.

Cargo plane bomb alert at British airport

Cargo plane bomb alert at British airport --Counter terrorism detectives are inspecting a suspicious package found at a British airport, which has grounded planes in the United States. 29 Oct 2010 The detectives were liaising with colleagues in the United States over reports of suspicious packages on cargo flights. Officials are investigating reports of several packages on aircraft in the eastern United States cities of Philadelphia and Newark, New Jersey. In Britain, parts of East Midlands Airport were sealed off earlier following the discovery of a suspicious package. Police called to a freight distribution building and a number of offices at the Donington site were examining a suspicious package.

Anti-terror stop-and-search: 101,248. Terror-related arrests: 0

Anti-terror stop-and-search: 101,248. Terror-related arrests: 0 29 Oct 2010 Not one person involved in more than 100,000 stops and searches by police under controversial anti-terrorism powers last year was arrested for a terrorism-related offence, figures showed yesterday. The revelation will give fuel to critics who have called for the abolition of the measures. A total of 101,248 stops and searches were made under section 44 of the Terrorism Act 2000 in 2009-10, but only one in every 200 led to an arrest and none of these was terror-related, the Home Office figures showed.

One million cubic tons of garbage dumped in Tigris River

One million cubic tons of garbage dumped in Tigris River 28 Oct 2010 The Tigris River, which bisects Baghdad and several other major Iraqi cities, has about one billion cubic meters of polluted materials dumped into it, according to a senior environment expert. Kamel al-Saadi, Baghdad Province's expert on environment, said pollution was surging in the river "at an alarming scale" and called for immediate measure to put a halt. "The rate of pollution (in the Tigris River) has reached one billion cubic meters and is on the increase," Saadi said.

Iraq war logs: 'The US was part of the Wolf Brigade operation against us'

Iraq war logs: 'The US was part of the Wolf Brigade operation against us' --Omar Salem Shehab tells of torture at hands of notorious Iraqi police unit and says US forces were involved in his capture 28 Oct 2010 During the foreboding months of 2005, one police unit struck more fear into Iraqis than the entire occupying US army. They were known as the Wolf Brigade. Their soldiers and officers seemingly answered to no one. They were seen as indiscriminate and predatory... But the full range of their abuses and close co-operation with the US army remained in the shadows until the WikiLeaks disclosures showcased them in stark detail.

Halliburton used flawed cement on BP well: panel

Halliburton used flawed cement on BP well: panel 28 Oct 2010 Halliburton Co. used flawed cement in BP Plc's doomed Gulf of Mexico well, which could have contributed to the blowout that sparked the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history, a White House panel said on Thursday. Halliburton's shares tumbled as much as 16 percent after the National Oil Spill Commission released a letter detailing the panel's findings, before recovering to close down nearly 8 percent at $31.68 per share on the New York Stock Exchange.

US to build £8bn super base on Pacific island of Guam

US to build £8bn super base on Pacific island of Guam --It will be the largest investment in a military base in the western Pacific since the Second World War, and the biggest spend on naval infrastructure in decades. 25 Oct 2010 The US is building an £8 billion super military base on the Pacific island of Guam... The expansion will include a dock for a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, a missile defence system, live-fire training sites and the expansion of the island's airbase. Guam residents fear the build-up could hurt their ecosystem and tourism-dependent economy. The US's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has said that this could trigger serious water shortages. The EPA said that dredging the harbour to allow an aircraft carrier to berth would damage 71 acres of pristine coral reefs. [Another day, another budget-busting act of eco-terrorism by USociopaths to enhance the coffers of Pentagon contractors. BTW, where's the Teabagging whine over the *deficit?*]

TSA to phase in new pat-down procedures at airports nationwide

TSA to phase in new pat-down procedures at airports nationwide --'Passengers who opt out of advanced imaging technology screening will receive alternate screening to include a thorough pat-down.' [Yeah, and they can't *wait* for the thirteen-year-olds to fly! Predators with a 'purpose' get a pass.] 29 Oct 2010 Airline passengers can expect to see as well as feel new pat-down procedures at U.S. airports over the coming weeks in an effort to provide another layer of security for travelers, the Transportation Security Administration said Thursday. "Pat-downs are one important tool to help TSA detect hidden and dangerous items such as explosives," according to a TSA statement sent to CNN. The TSA said passengers should continue to expect "an unpredictable mix of security layers that include explosives trace detection, advanced imaging technology, canine teams, among others."

Al-Qaeda 'plotted to take hostages in Mumbai-style attacks on Britain'

Once again, I'm going to have to call bullsh*t. Al-Qaeda 'plotted to take hostages in Mumbai-style attacks on Britain' 28 Oct 2010 Al-Qaeda planned to take hostages in Mumbai-style attacks on Britain, France and Germany to demand the release of the mastermind of the September 11 atrocities, according to a former associate of Osama bin Laden. Noman Benotman said that bin Laden wanted to force the Americans to release Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who is awaiting trial for his part in the 2001 [Bush-Cheney] attacks on the World Trade Centre.

Police consider drastic measures after failed terror plot

Police consider drastic measures after failed terror plot --'Inspection points' would be set up at Metro facilities and passengers would go through inspections before entering a rail station or boarding a bus. 28 Oct 2010  The day after federal investigators unveiled an unsuccessful terrorist plot [false flag] against the D.C. Metro system, transit police are considering implementing one of the most controversial security measures available to them. Metro police now believe they may have to resort to random bag searches, after learning of the FBI's Wednesday arrest of Farooque Ahmed, of Ashburn, Va., for helping to plan an attack on the D.C. subways.

Halliburton, BP Knew of Cement Flaws Before Spill, Panel Says

Halliburton, BP Knew of Cement Flaws Before Spill, Panel Says 29 Oct 2010 Halliburton knew weeks before the fatal explosion of the Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico that the cement mixture they planned to use to seal the bottom of the well was unstable but still went ahead with the job, the presidential commission investigating the accident said on Thursday. In the first official finding of responsibility for the blowout... the commission staff determined that Halliburton had conducted three laboratory tests that indicated that the cement mixture did not meet industry standards. The result of at least one of those tests was given on March 8 to BP, which failed to act upon it, the panel’s lead investigator, Fred H. Bartlit Jr., said in a letter delivered to the commissioners on Thursday.

Plane evacuated in Utah after bomb threat

Plane evacuated in Utah after bomb threat 28 Oct 2010 Authorities in Utah evacuated a passenger plane Thursday morning after receiving a bomb threat, a spokeswoman for the Salt Lake City International Airport said. The SkyWest plane, carrying 46 passengers and three crew members, was en route to Salt Lake City from Helena, Montana, when the threat was "called in," said airport spokeswoman Barbara Gann. The Transportation Security Administration "is aware of an anonymous call reportedly threatening SkyWest Airline Flight 4654," said spokesman Nicholas Kimball. "The plane landed safely without incident. Out of an abundance of caution, law enforcement swept the aircraft with negative findings."

MI6 chief calls for spying on Iran

MI6 chief calls for spying on Iran 28 Oct 2010 The head of Britain's spy service has accused Iran of pursuing clandestine nuclear activities, saying that spying is crucial to stop Tehran's nuclear program. "Stopping nuclear proliferation cannot be addressed purely by conventional diplomacy. We need intelligence-led operations to make it more difficult for countries like Iran to develop nuclear weapons," Head of MI6 John Sawers said in the first public speech by a serving UK secret intelligence service chief.

Midterm elections to usher in further shift by Obama to the right

Midterm elections to usher in further shift by Obama to the right By Barry Grey 27 Oct 2010 There are indications that Obama would welcome a Republican takeover of the House of Representatives and a reduced Democratic majority in the Senate. He has conspicuously campaigned in the run-up to the vote exclusively for Democrats locked in tight Senate and gubernatorial races, not for threatened Democrats in the House. A divided Congress with greater Republican strength would provide a pretext for dropping even small-scale stimulus measures, and give the administration political cover for ending extended benefits for the long-term unemployed.

Rand Paul: On Second Thought, No I Won't Give That Stomper's Money Back

Rand Paul: On Second Thought, No I Won't Give That Stomper's Money Back By Evan McMorris-Santoro 27 Oct 2010 Kentucky Republican Senate nominee Rand Paul has decided not to return the nearly $2,000 in campaign money he collected from Tim Profitt, the man who Paul recently forced out as Bourbon County coordinator of his Kentucky Senate campaign after he stepped on a MoveOn.org activist outside a debate Monday night. Profitt has given Paul's Republican campaign $1,950, the Louisville Courier-Journal reports, money Paul's campaign told the paper it'll hang on to even as Profitt (and maybe other Paul volunteers) come under criminal investigation for their part in the Kentucky stomp.

One-fifth of vertebrates face extinction

One-fifth of vertebrates face extinction 27 Oct 2010 A recent study shows that about one-fifth of the world's vertebrates are on the verge of extinction due to climate change and environmental issues. More than 170 scientists from different countries used data from the International Union for Conservation of Nature's (IUCN) Red List and examined the status of the world's mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fishes. Results showed that, on average, 50 species of mammals, birds and amphibians move closer to extinction each year due to the expansion of farms and plantations, logging and over-hunting.

Six people killed in Iraq violence

Six people killed in Iraq violence 27 Oct 2010 At least six people, including three security forces, have been killed in the new wave of bomb attacks in Iraq, Interior Ministry sources say. In the first incident, three policemen lost their lives on Wednesday when a roadside bomb exploded in the Hamreen region of Baquba province, AFP reported. An Interior Ministry source says another bomb went off near the Sunni Endowment's headquarters in Baghdad and killed two guards and left four other people injured.

WikiLeaks proposed as first public target for U.S. government cyberattack

WikiLeaks proposed as first public target for U.S. government cyberattack 27 Oct 2010 In a twist that would have been inconceivable even a few months ago, the WikiLeaks.org Web site is being proposed as the first public target for a U.S. government cyberattack. After [WikiLeaks] distributed nearly 400,000 classified documents from the Iraq war on Friday, Washington officialdom responded with a torrent of denunciations alleging violations of national security and endangering U.S. military operations... In August, Pentagon press secretary Geoff Morrell left open the possibility of offensive action against WikiLeaks.

Cherry Point commander charged with DWI

Cherry Point commander charged with DWI 27 Oct 2010 (NC) The commander of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point faces a drunk driving charge after he was stopped by police for speeding. According to court records, Colonel Douglas Denn was arrested by Newport police in Carteret County around 11 p.m. Monday night. He was charged with driving while impaired, speeding, and possession of an open container/consumption of alcohol in passenger area after his blood alcohol content was found to be .14 percent.

N.C. GOP congressional campaign accused of poll intimidation, illegal robocalls

N.C. GOP congressional campaign accused of poll intimidation, illegal robocalls By Sue Sturgis 27 Oct 2010 The campaign of the candidate challenging a two-term congressman from North Carolina is raising eyebrows over questionable and possibly illegal tactics. Poll workers associated with U.S. House District 13 candidate Bill Randall, a Republican businessman challenging incumbent Democrat Brad Miller, have taken actions at early voting sites that appear to cross the line from observing voters to intimidating them... Randall's poll workers have drawn at least two dozen complaints from voters to date, the Raleigh News & Observer reports. The complaints allege that the workers have aggressively approached voters and election officials inside voting sites, hovered near voters during the voting process while taking down their names and addresses, and questioned established voting law.

Alaska judge's order deals blow to Murkowski's write-in bid

Alaska judge's order deals blow to Murkowski's write-in bid 27 Oct 2010 Calling it a "clear violation of Alaska administrative regulation," a judge on Wednesday ordered the state Division of Elections to remove a list of certified write-in candidates from polling places statewide. State Superior Court Judge Frank Pfiffner's order not only keeps the state from posting the list, but forbids poll workers from providing to voters the names of any write-in candidates. The order is a blow for Sen. Lisa Murkowski's write-in campaign, which had joined the state Division of Elections in fighting any efforts to do away with the list.

N.Y.-Born Man Arrested in Hawaii in Terror Case

N.Y.-Born Man Arrested in Hawaii in Terror Case --The criminal complaint alleged that Shehadeh caught the attention of U.S. authorities by buying a one-way plane ticket. 27 Oct 2010 A New York City-born man has been ordered to return from Hawaii where he was arrested on charges he tried to join the U.S. military at a Times Square recruiting station so he could be deployed to Iraq, then desert and fight with anti-American insurgency forces. Authorities say 21-year-old Abdel Hameed Shehadeh is charged with making false statements in the midst of a New York-based terrorism investigation. A U.S. Department of Justice news release said Shehadeh was arrested Friday in Honolulu.

Terror suspect allegedly imprisoned, tortured by CIA to get 'victim' status

Terror suspect allegedly imprisoned, tortured by CIA to get 'victim' status --Allegedly two officers at CIA prison, supposedly near Szymany airfield in northern Poland, tortured Saudi Arabian 27 Oct 2010 Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, who claims he was tortured in a secret CIA detention facility in Poland is to receive "victim status" by the prosecution service investigating in the alleged prisons. In September, Polish legal representatives of Abd al-Rahim al Nashiri - suspected of 'masterminding' the attack of the USS Cole in October 2000 - filed a motion to the prosecution calling for punishment of those guilty of imprisoning and torturing him. The granting of victim status shows that prosecutors are taking the suspected al-Qaeda leader's accusations seriously, say legal experts.

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