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  • CO Police Respond to Reports of Active Shooter [captured #750] at Planned Parenthood Clinic

    11/27/2015 11:20:41 AM PST · by E. Pluribus Unum · 1,436 replies
    Mediaite ^ | 11/27/2015 | Josh Feldman
    Colorado Springs police responded this afternoon to reports of an active shooter at a Planned Parenthood facility:
  • The Sniper's Plan: Kill Six Whites A Day For 30 Days (Muhammad - Malvo)

    05/24/2006 8:40:08 PM PDT · by blam · 32 replies · 1,407+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 5-25-2006 | Harry Mount
    The sniper's plan: kill six whites a day for 30 days By Harry Mount in New York (Filed: 25/05/2006) One of the two snipers who murdered 10 people in a killing spree that terrorised Washington has revealed their plans to kill hundreds of children, policemen and rescue workers in an attempt to shut down cities across the country. John Allen Muhammad, 45, and his accomplice, Lee Boyd Malvo, 21, brought America's capital to a standstill in 2002 as they picked off white targets at petrol stations and shops in the city's prosperous suburbs. Muhammad: ‘a coward’ Malvo testified that Muhammad,...
  • Hamas converts 46 ambulances to military vehicles, misusing humanitarian aid

    06/08/2009 6:26:37 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 22 replies · 854+ views
    Palestinian Media Watch ^ | June 8 2009 | Itamar Marcus and Barbara Crook
    PMW has documented the repeated use of foreign funding by both the PA and Hamas for terror and glorification of terror. The following is another case of well intended humanitarian assistance given to Palestinians that is appropriated for military or terror purposes: "The [Palestinian] Health Ministry stated yesterday that Hamas militias had raided 46 ambulances, donated by Arab states during the recent aggression on the Gaza Strip, of the medical equipment that they contained... and used them as military vehicles to arrest civilians, after painting [the ambulances] black. The Ministry's director of public relations and information, Dr. Omar Nasr... said...
  • The Torture of American Soldiers

    05/07/2009 1:51:44 AM PDT · by Cindy · 6 replies · 1,715+ views
    FRONTPAGE ^ | Wednesday, May 06, 2009 | By: Jamie Glazov
    SNIPPET: "Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Dave Gaubatz, the first U.S. civilian (1811) Federal Agent deployed to Iraq in 2003. He is currently the Director of the Mapping Sharia Project and the Owner of DG Counter-terrorism Publishing..." SNIPPET: "Below is a sampling of the results of the interrogations agents and I obtained: I have the documents, photographs, and contact information of Iraqis and U.S. personnel who were also aware. Anything I write or speak about can be verified. Simply ask VP Biden and our President to release the complete intelligence reports my team and I wrote in 2003. 1. When...
  • Gaza War Crimes: Hamas Terrorists Tried To Hijack Ambulances

    01/26/2009 4:16:35 AM PST · by knighthawk · 4 replies · 441+ views
    Arutz Sheva ^ | January 26 2006 | Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu
    ( Hamas - and not Israel - was the reason ambulances could not reach victims, a Gaza ambulance driver told the Sydney Morning Herald. He said that Hamas terrorists tried to hijack an entire fleet of Al-Quds ambulances during Operation Cast Lead. Foreign media quoted Hamas officials and Gaza Arabs several times during the war that Israel blocked ambulances from reaching dying victims, but Mohammed Shriteh, a 30-year-old driver for the Palestinian Red Crescent Society, told the Australian newspaper Monday that the Israel Defense Forces actually worked with the Red Crescent. "We would co-ordinate with the Israelis before we pick...
  • Report: Israeli air force attacks Gaza City

    12/27/2008 2:01:50 AM PST · by Cindy · 1,087 replies · 25,328+ views
    YNET ^ | 12/27/08, 11:46/Israel News | Hanan Greenberg and Reuters)
    Israel's air force fired around 20 missiles at targets in Gaza City on Saturday, causing heavy damage, a Reuters witness said. The IDF has confirmed the report. (Hanan Greenberg and Reuters)
  • Rockets land east of Ashdod

    12/28/2008 12:55:48 AM PST · by Cindy · 47 replies · 1,687+ views
    YNET ^ | Published: 12.28.08, 09:46 / Israel News | Shmulik Hadad
    SNIPPET: "Rocket range extended: Palestinian gunmen respond to IDF operation in Gaza by firing three rockets beyond Ashkelon area, some 40 km away from Strip. Building in moshav near Ashdod; air raid siren sounds in Yavne area" ARTICLE SNIPPET: "After a day which saw dozens of Qassam rockets fired at Israel, Palestinian gunmen resumed the fire on Sunday morning. Three rockets, believed to be Grad missiles, were fired from the Gaza Strip and landed east of the city of Ashdod. One of the rockets caused damage to the windows of a house in a moshav near Ashdod. Explosions were also...
  • Fake Ambulance Spotted at RNC

    11/13/2008 3:46:15 PM PST · by BCW · 32 replies · 2,512+ views
    EMS Responder ^ | 31 OCT 2008 | DAVE LONG
    Numerous Minneapolis-Saint Paul area EMS agencies, headed by the U.S. Secret Service, undertook special preparations to handle EMS operations during the Republican National Convention held Sept 1-4, 2008. Following is an inside account of the experience along with some lessons to take away for future events. Fake Ambulance Spotted On Tuesday, the second day of the RNC, a Twin Cities Paramedic spotted an "ambulance" with unusual generic markings in the city of St. Paul. The medic had attended RNC briefings on the need for heightened awareness, and as an Iraq War Veteran, he was well-educated and possessed a keen eye...
  • MI5 Warns Of Suicide Bombers Using Ambulances

    06/28/2008 7:02:45 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 16 replies · 148+ views ^ | June 29, 2008 | David Leppard
    Terrorists linked to Al-Qaeda may be planning to buy former NHS ambulances and police cars to mount suicide bomb attacks in Britain, MI5 has warned. They may import a tactic already used in Iraq and Israel, according to a report by MI5’s Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre to chief constables. In a statement to The Sunday Times, the Association of Chief Police Officers also warned of the risk of such an attack. It said ministers must legislate to stop the sale of such vehicles. Its move has been backed by Lord Carlile of Berriew, the government’s terrorism watchdog. He said he...
  • Afghanistan Task Force Gets Mine-resistant Ambulances

    02/12/2008 3:47:30 PM PST · by SandRat · 6 replies · 101+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | Sgt. Jim Wilt, USA
    BAGRAM AIR BASE, Afghanistan, Feb. 12, 2008 – Doctors and medics here received a new tool to aid in the treatment of wounded servicemembers on the battlefield. The tool is a little too big to carry in a medic’s aid bag, and it comes equipped with armor and a crew-served weapon. The newest configuration of the mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicle -- the MRAP ambulance -- was shown to the Combined Joint Task Force 82 staff yesterday. Having the MRAP ambulance brings survivability to the battlefield, Army Lt. Col. Coll Hadden, the forward MRAP joint program manager, said. Hadden said the vehicles...
  • SPC suspect jailed in Michigan

    11/02/2004 10:47:47 PM PST · by sarah_f · 7 replies · 378+ views
    St. Petersburg Times ^ | 10/28/2004 | NORA KOCH
    SPC suspect jailed in Michigan The man, who tried to buy St. Petersburg College vehicles, has terrorist ties, police say. By NORA KOCH, Times Staff Writer Published October 28, 2004 A former Clearwater man who tried to buy an old ambulance and two surplus police cruisers from St. Petersburg College in August is an "affiliate of a terrorist organization," according to police documents obtained Wednesday. Abdalla Deiab, 51, was arrested in Michigan on Wednesday on a warrant charging him with failing to return a hired vehicle, a Largo rental car, Pinellas County sheriff's and Largo police officials said. In a...
  • UN employs terrorist--Hamas on payroll!

    10/07/2004 6:30:10 PM PDT · by hope · 11 replies · 393+ views
    JERUSALEM - The international media this week buzzed with the news that Israel had accused the UN of allowing its ambulances in Gaza to participate in terrorist activities, only to back down when local representatives of the world body fought back. But far less attention was given to the fact that the head of the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNWRA) in the Gaza Strip openly admitted Monday to having Hamas members on the payroll.
  • Israel backs off from Missile in Ambulance story

    10/07/2004 4:48:45 PM PDT · by sweneop · 4 replies · 396+ views
    Sydney Morning Herald ^ | October 8, 2004 | Ed O'Loughlin
    On Monday the Israeli ambassador to the UN demanded the resignation of Peter Hansen, the head of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, accusing him of complicity in terror. However, the story began to unravel when the agency claimed that the object in the video was too thin and light to be a missile and that a militant would be more careful in handling a crude, homemade explosive device. A day later the agency produced the driver of the ambulance in question, who said that the object was a rolled-up stretcher and his crew had been on...
  • Bush forces UN refugee chief to go

    01/19/2005 7:19:28 PM PST · by Pikamax · 8 replies · 478+ views
    Guardian ^ | 01/20/05 | Chris McGreal
    Bush forces UN refugee chief to go Israeli pressure backed by conservative and Jewish groups in US stops reappointment of controversial head of relief agency Chris McGreal in Gaza City Thursday January 20, 2005 The Guardian The Bush administration has blocked the reappointment of the UN's Palestinian refugee agency chief, Peter Hansen, after a campaign by conservative and Jewish groups in the US, and the government in Jerusalem which accused him of being an "Israel hater". Some European and Arab governments were keen for Mr Hansen to stay on at the end of his nine-year tenure but the US supported...
  • Palamedics

    05/29/2004 10:51:12 AM PDT · by bunkerhill7 · 5 replies · 116+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | May. 28, 2004 | Yaakov Katz » News » Security-Diplomacy » Police find two more fake ambulances in Azariyeh May. 28, 2004 12:30 | Updated May. 28, 2004 12:33 Police find two more fake ambulances in Azariyeh By YAAKOV KATZ Police uncovered overnight Thursday two more fake ambulances, which they suspect were part of a network of fake ambulances used to smuggle Palestinian Authority officers disguised as patients into Israel. The ambulances were uncovered in the village of Azariyeh, east of Jerusalem, which police said was the center of the network. A second man suspected of involvement with the network - a Palestinian from east...
  • UN Ambulance Caught Red-Handed

    05/17/2004 2:12:58 PM PDT · by SJackson · 44 replies · 1,308+ views
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 5-17-04
    Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz announced today (Sunday) that UNWRA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees) ambulances were used to steal and transport body parts of Israeli soldiers killed in last Wednesday’s bomb attack on the Philadelphi route in southern Gaza. The senior minister called upon UN Secretary-General Kofi Anan to address the disturbing phenomenon. At today’s cabinet meeting, Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom said that the UN ambulance, which had also been used to transport terrorists, had been captured by security forces near the Philadelphi area. He said that only after intense diplomatic pressure did UNRWA announce that...
  • Terrorists observed using ambulance to transport weapons

    04/16/2004 3:14:25 PM PDT · by treeclimber · 19 replies · 361+ views ^ | 4-15-04 | Press Release #04-0013
    Marines inside Fallujah today observed terrorist forces using ambulances to transport weapons. Marines in the city witnessed an ambulance back up to a mosque inside Fallujah. Occupants from the vehicle subsequently carried weapons into the mosque.
  • Fallujah exodus continues during shaky ceasefire (LATEST)

    04/12/2004 1:07:56 PM PDT · by 11th_VA · 56 replies · 301+ views ^ | 12 April 2004 | AP
    Fallujah, Iraq-AP -- Hundreds of residents of Fallujah, Iraq, are again streaming from the city, as a tenuous cease-fire between coalition forces and insurgents remains in place. An Associated Press reporter notes the streets are largely deserted, except for those who are fleeing for the perceived safety of the outskirts of the city. Meanwhile, skirmishing goes on. In one incident today, U-S Marines shot and killed two insurgents who were trying to set up a machine gun on a street. Then, an ambulance pulled up and a man jumped out, trying to collect the weapons of the deceased rather than...
  • Stop terrorists' vehicle of choice

    03/01/2004 10:37:34 AM PST · by knighthawk · 5 replies · 187+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | March 01 2004 | ALAN M. DERSHOWITZ
    How should democracies like the U.S. and Israel respond to terrorist attacks that use ambulances loaded with explosives? Terrorists deliberately employ these protected vehicles for two reasons: to fool those whose job it is to prevent acts of terrorism and - the more long-range reason - to provoke the democracies into violating human rights laws by stopping real ambulances and people in medical need. This pattern appears to be spreading. In October, an ambulance was used to blow up a Red Cross headquarters in Iraq. In January, an ambulance blew up a Baghdad hotel. Also in January, a woman feigning...
  • Sources: Al-Qaida outfitting ambulances for Iraq attacks

    12/12/2003 2:30:36 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 4 replies · 148+ views ^ | Friday, December 12, 2003
    Al-Qaida has prepared 15 cars filled with explosives for suicide attacks in Iraq, reports intelligence newsletter Geostrategy-Direct.. Iraqi security sources said the vehicles include ambulances designed to penetrate protected facilities, such as police stations and Coalition Provisional Authority offices. Some of the vehicles, outfitted with TNT and shrapnel, had been stolen or obtained along the Iraqi-Turkish border, the sources said. Other ambulances have been stolen in Baghdad and have been prepared for suicide attacks in northern and central Iraq. "The idea is for them to be disguised as service vehicles that would not normally be seen as suspicious," an...
  • Sources: Al-Qaida outfitting ambulances for Iraq attacks...Saudis supplying logistics, vehicles

    12/11/2003 6:50:46 PM PST · by tmp02 · 18 replies · 154+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 12/11/2003 | WorldNetDaily
    Posted: December 11, 2003 3:06 p.m. Eastern Editor's note: WorldNetDaily brings readers exclusive, up-to-the-minute global intelligence news and analysis from Geostrategy-Direct, a new online newsletter edited by veteran journalist Robert Morton and featuring the "Backgrounder" column compiled by Bill Gertz. Geostrategy-Direct is a subscription-based service produced by the publishers of, a free news service frequently linked by the editors of WorldNetDaily. © 2003 Al-Qaida has prepared 15 cars filled with explosives for suicide attacks in Iraq, reports intelligence newsletter Geostrategy-Direct.. Iraqi security sources said the vehicles include ambulances designed to penetrate protected facilities, such as police stations and...
  • Chemist supplies Hamas [PLO Arab used ambulances to transport chemicals for making bombs]

    12/10/2003 3:44:15 PM PST · by yonif · 4 replies · 1,092+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | Dec. 11, 2003 | MARGOT DUDKEVITCH
    Rashed Tarek al-Nimr, a cousin of PLO executive head Farouk Kadoumi, who worked as a chemist in hospitals in Nablus and Bethlehem, supplied chemicals he took from the hospitals to Hamas for use in making bombs. He told the Shin Bet he used ambulances to transport the chemicals. Details of his arrest on November 24 were released by the Shin Bet on Wednesday. Nimr met a number of Hamas members, including senior commanders from the Nablus area, who hid inside the hospitals to evade arrest. Several months prior to his arrest, he met Khaled Abu Hamed, a senior Hamas commander,...
  • Ambulances Go Elsewhere, as Man Lies Dying on Memphis Pool Hall Floor

    07/17/2003 7:46:28 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 8 replies · 260+ views
    Memphis Commercial Appeal ^ | 07-17-03 | Semien, John
    As he lay dying, ambulances went elsewhere By John Semien July 17, 2003 As ambulance drivers bounced from one wrong destination to another, James Hill Wagner lay on a pool hall floor, friends pleading with him to stay alive. The 68-year-old was competing in a pool tournament when he collapsed over a pool table shortly after 9 p.m. July 9. It took 30 minutes from the first 911 call for an ambulance to reach Wagner at The Billiard Club, 2686 Kirby-Whitten - after units were mistakenly sent to at least three other locations. Friends and club employees spent those...
  • Iraqi troops targeting ambulances: US

    03/29/2003 6:11:15 PM PST · by Lessismore · 20 replies · 292+ views
    The Hindu ^ | 2003-03-29
    Basra, March 29: Shock Trauma Platoons (STP) attached to the US Marine Corps have covered their trade mark red cross on ambulances after being targeted by Iraqi forces, a military spokesman said today. A senior commander was quoted in an agency report as saying that the decision was made at a meeting of STPs, the first line of medical help for injured troops on the front, after fierce battles with Iraqi forces in Nasiriyah last week. STP ambulances that were displaying the red cross were clearly and significantly targeted by Iraqis armed with rocket-propelled grenade launchers, he reportedly said. Under...
  • Ambulance-Use For Palestinian Terrorists

    03/13/2003 1:31:49 PM PST · by anotherview · 1 replies · 237+ views
    Arutz 7 ^ | 13 March 2003
    Ambulance-Use For Terrorists A hearing held in the Beit El Military Court this week has shed some light on how Palestinian terrorists use ambulances to further their murderous cause. The hearing concerned Aslam Jabril, a 'Red Crescent' ambulance driver who is charged with using ambulances to transport weapons to terrorists of the Al Aksa Martyrs' Brigades in Shechem and Ramallah. The accused pleaded guilty to having transported, in his ambulance, guns and explosive belts for use in planned terror attacks. On at least one occasion, Jabril transported a doctor and his brother's wife and children in order hide the...
  • Immigrants Swamp Border Hospitals

    12/13/2002 1:55:06 PM PST · by B-Cause · 10 replies · 308+ views
    ABQ Journal | 12-13-02 | Lynn Brezosky - AP
    Friday, December 13, 2002 Immigrants Swamp Border Hospitals By Lynn Brezosky The Associated Press BROWNSVILLE, Texas — Ambulances regularly race across the bridges of the Rio Grande, bringing some of Mexico's most ill to the nearest U.S. emergency room. Obligated by federal law, the hospitals provide the care and worry later about whether the billing addresses patients give them are accurate. Often the addresses are false — and the hospitals get stuck with the bill. Immigrant patients have inflated medical expenses for insurance companies, Medicaid and paying customers, officials say, and are overwhelming already busy hospitals in one of the...
  • Attempt to Buy Ambulance Spurs Fear

    06/20/2002 10:15:55 AM PDT · by Dallas · 26 replies · 343+ views
    NEWARK, N.J. -- An attempt by two Middle Eastern men to buy a fake ambulance spurred authorities to issue warnings that terrorists may seek to use bogus emergency vehicles as weapons, authorities said. About two weeks ago, two men walked into Movie Time Cars Inc., a Lyndhurst company that rents replicas of ambulances and police cars to TV and film producers. The men offered to pay cash to buy a replica ambulance, said Joe Sargo, the company's owner. Sargo, suspicious, told the men he does not sell vehicles to anyone. The men quickly left, but an employee jotted down...

    06/21/2002 2:57:42 AM PDT · by kattracks · 6 replies · 286+ views
    New York Post ^ | 6/21/02 | MURRAY WEISS and MARIA ALVAREZ
    <p>June 21, 2002 -- An anonymous Pakistani e-mailer asked a New Jersey ambulance corps how to buy an ambulance and run a rescue squad just a month before two Middle Eastern-looking men tried to buy a replica ambulance from a movie-prop shop, The Post has learned.</p>