FBI now spying on your garbage

FBI now spying on your garbage --All Waste Management drivers, helpers [?], and repair technicians have been trained to look out for suspicious activities and respond in the event of an emergency. 18 Dec 2010 Former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents are helping local authorities turn thousands of garbage collectors into a spy force that reports to the police. Reports say 100 Waste Management employees have already gone through a training program called Waste Watch, CBS 6 Albany/WRGB reported on Friday. "Because our job is collecting trash from local neighborhoods and businesses, we are a useful resource to identify illegal activity..." said Ken Bevis, district manager of Waste Management in Albany, New York.

Holiday Terror Warning Cites Car Bombs and Small Arms Attack

Heads up! The false flags are coming fast and furious: Holiday Terror Warning Cites Car Bombs and Small Arms Attack --Authorities Worry About Christmas Attack For 'Psychological Impact' 17 Dec 2010 A Department of Homeland Security bulletin sent to law enforcement nationwide Thursday says that federal authorities worry terrorists will try to rattle Americans by attacking during the holidays, and lists concerns including car bombs, trucks ramming crowds and a Mumbai-style small arms attack."We are concerned these terrorists may seek to exploit the likely significant psychological impact of an attack targeting mass gatherings in large metropolitan areas during the 2010 holiday season, which has symbolic importance to many in the United States," the "Security Awareness for the Holiday Season" bulletin states.

CIA recalls Pakistan station chief after his name becomes public

CIA recalls Pakistan station chief after his name becomes public 17 Dec 2010 The CIA station chief in Pakistan [Jonathan Bank] has been called home after his name was publicly revealed in legal documents by a journalist who says his relatives were killed in a U.S. Predator drone strike, a U.S. official said Friday. On Monday, Karim Khan filed a police complaint saying that his brother and son, both government employees, were killed in a CIA drone strike on their home near Mir Ali in North Waziristan in December 2009. The complaint names the CIA station chief in Islamabad.

N.Korea vows to strike back if South holds island drill

N.Korea vows to strike back if South holds island drill 16 Dec 2010 North Korea's military threatened Friday to strike back with deadly firepower if South Korea goes ahead with a live-fire drill on the border island of Yeonpyeong. The North "will deal the second and third unpredictable self-defensive blow" to protect its territorial waters if the South holds the one-day drill scheduled sometime between Saturday and Tuesday, it said.

Obama approves Bush-era tax cut extension

Obama approves Bush-era tax cut extension 17 Dec 2010 President Barack Obama on Friday afternoon signed into law a two-year-across-the-board extension of Bush-era tax cuts, just one day after the House approved the legislation. The bill includes a 2% rollback of Social Security payroll taxes [to make it easier for the incoming GOP to cut Social Security]; extends unemployment insurance for 13 months; and brings back the estate tax at 35% for two years on estates of more than $5 million.

Obama signs over $858 billion in tax-cuts for wealthy

Obama signs over $858 billion in tax-cuts for wealthy By Lori Price 18 Dec 2010 GOP-pwned Barack Obama signed over nearly one trillion dollars to his corpora-terrorist paymasters and Republican overlords. Oh, btw: Shell Oil got a big tax break in this bill, as well. While signing the treasonous Bill, Obusha talked about the need to reduce spending. That would be a reference to his Cat Food Commission, co-chaired by misogynist dirt-bag Alan Simpson. These immoral cretins are chomping at the bit to GUT Social Security so Wall Street can continue to make a killing. Seriously, it is time -- long past time -- for American Revolution #2.

UN mulls internet regulation options

UN mulls internet regulation options --WikiLeaks sparks push for tighter controls 17 Dec 2010 The United Nations is considering whether to set up an inter-governmental working group to harmonise global efforts by policy makers to regulate the internet. Establishment of such a group has the backing of several countries, spearheaded by Brazil. At a meeting in New York on Wednesday, representatives from Brazil called for an international body made up of Government representatives that would to attempt to create global standards for policing the internet - specifically in reaction to challenges such as WikiLeaks. [Mission accomplished!]

Barack Obama to sign package extending tax breaks for the rich

Barack Obama to sign package extending tax breaks for the rich --Passage of bill reflects weakness of both the presidency and the Democratic party after Republican wins in November elections 17 Dec 2010 The US president, Barack Obama, will today sign into a law measures approved by Congress extending tax cuts introduced by George Bush amid Democratic complaints that the tax breaks favour the rich. Despite objections from many of Obama's fellow Democrats, the House of Representatives passed the $858bn (£548bn) package of renewed tax cuts last night. The package, which also extended benefits for the long-term unemployed for 13 months, was passed by 277 votes to 148. On Wednesday the Senate passed it by an overwhelming 83-15 margin.

Muslim 'Radicalization' Is Focus of Planned Inquiry

Muslim 'Radicalization' Is Focus of Planned Inquiry 17 Dec 2010 The Republican who will head the House committee that oversees domestic security is planning to open a Congressional inquiry into what he calls “the radicalization” of the Muslim community when his party takes over the House next year. Representative Peter T. King of New York, who will become the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said he was responding to what he has described as frequent concerns raised by law enforcement officials that Muslim leaders have been uncooperative in terror investigations.

Soldier held in shooting at NC base

Soldier held in shooting at NC base --Suspect later detained by Fort Bragg military authorities 17 Dec 2010 Military officials say a soldier suspected in a shooting at Pope Air Force Base in North Carolina in which no one was hurt has been caught. The base had been on lockdown while authorities searched for the suspect, but base spokesman Kristopher Levasseur says that was no longer the case early Friday. According to a news release from the base, the shooting was a domestic incident that happened around 8:45 p.m. Thursday. A single gunshot was fired inside one of the base's residences. [gryphon.pope.af.mil 6 16 114.74 KB 16 Dec 2010 - 23:31 --Apparently, Pope Air Force base is getting their news from CLG about their own false flag.]

Democrats concede budget fight to Republicans

Democrats concede budget fight to Republicans 16 Dec 2010 Senate Democrats abruptly abandoned an omnibus budget bill for the coming year, pushing major spending decisions into the next Congress and giving Republicans immense new leverage to confront President Barack Obama (R-Useless) priorities. The decision Thursday night sweeps away months of bipartisan work by the Senate Appropriations Committee which had crafted the $1.1 trillion bill to meet spending targets embraced by Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R—Ky.) himself prior to the elections.

FBI, Homeland Security issue holiday threat notice to law enforcement

FBI, Homeland Security issue holiday threat notice to law enforcement 17 Dec 2010 U.S. officials say they have no specific and credible information about planned terror attacks on the United States, but they have issued an intelligence bulletin to state and local law enforcement warning terrorists could target large crowds at holiday gatherings. The Department of Homeland Security and FBI issued an intelligence bulletin Wednesday to encourage law enforcement agencies to be watchful.

1 person arrested after shot fired at Pope AFB

1 person arrested after shot fired at Pope AFB 17 Dec 2010 A Fort Bragg soldier has been arrested in connection with a shot fired on Pope Air Force Base Thursday night that forced the base into lockdown for hours. No one was hurt during the incident around 8:45 p.m. Spc. Ronald Gartrell, 24, was arrested by military police on Fort Bragg in the early hours Friday, according to Tom McCollum, a base spokesman. Gartrell has not been charged at this time and the incident is being investigated.[gryphon.pope.af.mil 6 16 114.74 KB 16 Dec 2010 - 23:31, etc. --Apparently, Pope Air Force base is getting their news from CLG about their own false flag.]
Previous account: Pope Air Force Base on lockdown after shooting incident (NC) 16 Dec 2010  Pope Air Force Base is on lockdown as authorities look for an active shooter. ABC11 Eyewitness News has learned there was a shooting incident at Pope Air Force Base, but no one was shot. Authorities do not know yet what kind of shooting incident was involved, but no one is allowed on base or off. People who live on base are being told to stay inside their homes.

Italy ups prison terms for ex-CIA men

Italy ups prison terms for ex-CIA men 17 Dec 2010 An Italian court has extended the prison terms of 23 CIA agents convicted in absentia of kidnapping an Egyptian imam in a move seen as a blow to the US rendition [kidnapping] program. The Milan appeals court meted out harsh sentences to the CIA officers, the heaviest of which -- nine years in prison -- was given to the former head of the CIA's Milan station, Robert Seldon Lady, who initially had received eight years in the court's ruling in 2009, AFP reported on Thursday.

Long prison sentence affirmed for eco-terrorism

Long prison sentence affirmed for eco-terrorism [For BP's executives for killing 11 people and millions of fish?] 16 Dec 2010 A federal appeals court has upheld a prison sentence of nearly 22 years for a woman who committed arson at Michigan State University and other violent acts of environmental protest. Marie Mason argued that her sentence was unfair because others across the country have received lesser punishments despite causing more damage. But the appeals court in Cincinnati said Thursday that many of those defendants cooperated with the government.[Right, corpora-terrorists, and their lunatic enablers in the US government -- get a *pass.*]

Polish probe sought of alleged CIA secret prison

Polish probe sought of alleged CIA secret prison 16 Dec 2010 A Guantanamo inmate and alleged lieutenant of Osama bin Laden who says he was held and tortured in 2006 at a secret US facility in Poland has filed a law suit seeking a formal probe, his lawyer said Thursday. Polish attorney Bartlomiej Jankowski said that he wanted the case of his client, Abu Zubaydah, to be folded into an existing Polish probe of claims that another suspected senior Al-Qaeda member, Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, was tortured at a purported US "black site" in Poland. The lawyer told reporters that he wanted prosecutors to question both Zubaydah and former US president [sic] George W. Bush.

WikiLeaks cables: Bradley Manning's health is deteriorating in jail, supporters claim

WikiLeaks cables: Bradley Manning's health is deteriorating in jail, supporters claim --The intelligence operative suspected of leaking US diplomatic cables is being held in solitary confinement 16 Dec 2010 As Julian Assange emerged from his nine-day imprisonment, there were renewed concerns about the physical and psychological health of Bradley Manning, the former US intelligence operative suspected of leaking the diplomatic cables at the centre of the storm. Manning, who was arrested seven months ago, is being held at a military base in Virginia and faces a court martial and up to 52 years in prison for his alleged role in copying the cables. His friends and supporters also claim they have been the target of extra-judicial harassment, intimidation and outright bribery by US government agents.

Julian Assange's extradition not yet sought by US

Julian Assange's extradition not yet sought by US --US justice department has still not approached British government as lawyers struggle to mount prosecution 16 Dec 2010 The US justice department has still to approach the UK government about extraditing Julian Assange in spite of one of his lawyers claiming last week that an indictment could be imminent, according to British diplomats... The US attorney general, Eric Holder, is under enormous political pressure to take action against Assange but his officials are struggling to find legislation under which to mount a prosecution. A congressional committee, the house judiciary committee, today took evidence from a variety of lawyers about the possibility of a prosecution under the espionage act and the legal and constitutional issues raised by WikiLeaks.

U.S. missile-defense test fails over Pacific

U.S. missile-defense test fails over Pacific --Test was a repeat of a failed exercise in January 15 Dec 2010 A test of the sole U.S. defense against long-range ballistic missiles failed on Wednesday, the second failure in a row involving the system managed by Boeing Co, the Defense Department said. "The Missile Defense Agency was unable to achieve a planned intercept of a ballistic missile target during a test over the Pacific Ocean today," Richard Lehner, an agency spokesman, said in an e-mailed statement. The miss brought the so-called ground-based midcourse defense's batting record to eight intercepts out of 15 tries, as reckoned by the Missile Defense Agency. [Looks like it's time to SCRAP Boeing's billion-dollar bl*wjob boondoggles.]

WikiLeaks: BP Secretive Over Earlier Blowout

WikiLeaks: BP Secretive Over Earlier Blowout 16 Dec 2010 U.S. diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks say British oil company BP experienced a blow-out in oil-rich Azerbaijan 18 months before a similar disastrous incident in the Gulf of Mexico, but shielded information around the event. The classified cables reveal that shortly after the Azeri-Chirag-Guneshi field gas leak, BP was "exceptionally circumspect in disseminating information" on the problem both to the public and its ACG partners.

Assange reflects on 'time in solitary confinement, in the bottom of a Victorian prison'

Assange reflects on 'time in solitary confinement, in the bottom of a Victorian prison' --WikiLeaks chief freed on bail after supporters raise £240,000 surety Compilation by Lori Price 16 Dec 2010 WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been released after being granted bail at the High Court. He spoke outside Westminster Magistrates' Court after being let out, despite an unsuccessful appeal being lodged against the decision. "It's great to smell the fresh air of London again," he said. "Thank you to all the people around the world who had faith in me and have supported my team while I have been away." He also thanked the British justice system and members of the press who had not been "taken in", adding he would "continue my work and continue to protest my innocence". [See: Video of Julian Assange's Statement After His Release on Bail.]

South Korea announces new military drills

South Korea announces new military drills 16 Dec 2010 South Korea will conduct naval fire drills near a flashpoint with the North that resulted in the deaths of four people, military officials said Thursday. The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff announced the exercises will take place in the seas southwest of Yeonpyeong Island on a day to be announced between December 18 and 21.

Anonymous: More Cyber Attacks Promised

'We are going after the agencies that were directly involved in the censorship of WikiLeaks.' Anonymous: More Cyber Attacks Promised --The Metropolitan Police has revealed it has been examining the group for months. 16 Dec 2010 A pro-WikiLeaks hacker has told Sky News an internet insurgent group will keep attacking those companies who target the whistleblowing website. Speaking on camera for the first time, the cyber-insurgent "Bass", from the group Anonymous, revealed details of how they operate and their growing size.

Terrorism is new charge in Detroit bomb case

Terrorism is new charge in Detroit bomb case 16 Dec 2010 A Nigerian man accused of trying to detonate a bomb aboard a Detroit-bound jetliner on Christmas Day 2009 was indicted Wednesday on a federal terrorism charge. Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, 24, has been charged with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction when authorities say he tried to detonate a bomb in his underwear as the aircraft approached Metro Airport.

School board shooting video

School board shooting video 15 Dec 2010 A man upset that his wife had been fired from the school system, confronted the school board about her termination. First, Clay Duke spray painted a red "V" on the wall, then he  pulled out a gun. In the midst of it all, one board member tried - unsuccessfully - knocking the gun out of his hand. No one was injured, although the gunman is dead after he [allegedly] shot himself.

North Texas districts on guard after Florida school board shooting

North Texas districts on guard after Florida school board shooting 16 Dec 2010 Richardson, Dallas and other school districts are evaluating their security measures at meetings. Some are considering adding officers but admit it is difficult to stop someone determined to do harm. On Tuesday, shooter Clay Duke [allegedly] killed himself after threatening board members at a Panama City, Fla., meeting... Dallas ISD officials on Wednesday announced a plan to beef up security.

BP, 8 other companies sued by Justice Dept. over gulf oil spill

BP, 8 other companies sued by Justice Dept. over gulf oil spill 16 Dec 2010 The Justice Department sued BP and eight other companies Wednesday over the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster, the federal government's first legal filing in its broad investigation of the worst oil spill in U.S. history. The lawsuit accuses BP and other firms of violating federal regulations and failing to prevent the April 20 explosion and fire, which destroyed the Deepwater Horizon offshore drilling rig.

Poll: Assessment of Afghanistan War Sours

Poll: Assessment of Afghanistan War Sours --Poll: Record Six in 10 Say it's 'Not Worth Fighting' 16 Dec 2010 A record 60 percent of Americans say the war in Afghanistan has not been worth fighting, a grim assessment... in advance of the Obama administration's one-year review of its revised strategy. Public dissatisfaction with the war, now the nation's longest, has spiked by 7 points just since July. Given its costs vs. its benefits, only 34 percent in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll say the war's been worth fighting, down by 9 points to a new low, by a sizable margin.

Stockholm bomb 'first in Christmas campaign'

Stockholm bomb 'first in Christmas campaign' 15 Dec 2010 The Stockholm bombing was the first in a wave of planned al-Qaida suicide attacks in Europe and America over the Christmas period, captured insurgents have told Iraqi officials. Interpol has been alerted to specific threats against several countries in confessions by suspected al-Qaida operatives, the Iraqi interior ministry said.

CIA report undermines Obama's upbeat assessment of Afghan war

CIA report undermines Obama's upbeat assessment of Afghan war 16 Dec 2010 US intelligence agencies have given a pessimistic account of military progress in Afghanistan, undercutting the more upbeat assessments from the US military expected to be reflected today in President Obama's report on the war. Some 16 intelligence agencies say in the classified National Intelligence Estimates (NIE) that large parts of Afghanistan are in danger of falling to the Taliban. They confirm that Pakistan is unwilling to end its secret support for the Taliban which uses Pakistani territory as a safe haven.

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