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  • Police Describe Photos of Loughner (NAKED AND WEARING A BRIGHT RED G-STRING) Posing With Gun

    01/14/2011 12:03:33 PM PST · by Responsibility2nd · 148 replies
    New York Times ^ | 01/14/2011 | By MARC LACEY, JO BECKER and TIMOTHY WILLIAMS
    TUCSON — Law enforcement officials said Friday they have multiple photos of Jared L. Loughner posing with a Glock 9mm gun next to his naked buttocks and dressed in a bright red g-string. The photos were turned over to the police by Walgreens, where Mr. Loughner had taken them to be developed. In some of the photos he is holding the gun by his crotch and in others, presumably shot in a mirror, he is holding the gun next to his buttocks, the police said. It was not yet clear when the photos were taken or whether Mr. Loughner had...
  • Researchers Describe How Natural Nuclear Reactor Worked In Gabon (Two Billion Years Ago)

    04/10/2006 7:50:32 PM PDT · by blam · 31 replies · 1,403+ views
    Space Daily ^ | 11-01-2004
    Researchers Describe How Natural Nuclear Reactor Worked In Gabon The Oklo natural nuclear-reactor site in Gabon. St Louis MO (SPX) Nov 01, 2004 To operate a nuclear power plant like Three Mile Island, hundreds of highly trained employees must work in concert to generate power from safe fission, all the while containing dangerous nuclear wastes. On the other hand, it's been known for 30 years that Mother Nature once did nuclear chain reactions by her lonesome. Now, Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have analyzed the isotopic structure of noble gases produced in fission in a sample from the...
  • Military Leaders Describe Recovery Mission

    09/03/2005 7:32:38 PM PDT · by SandRat · 4 replies · 313+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | Sep 3, 2005 | Donna Miles
    WASHINGTON, Sept. 3, 2005 – The relief effort under way along the Gulf Coast will probably be remembered as "the greatest disaster recovery effort in our nation's history," the deputy commander for U.S. Northern Command told Pentagon reporters today. Army Lt. Gen. Joseph Inge, speaking via satellite from the command's headquarters at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., outlined details of the enormous effort under way to save lives, restore order and begin the long process of recovery and rebuilding. The immediate rescue effort remains a primary concern, he said. "Even though we have reached thousands of Americans stranded on rooftops...
  • Giving Terror a Boost

    11/05/2004 7:05:09 AM PST · by stevejackson · 2 replies · 433+ views ^ | November 5, 2004 | Daniel Mandel
    Do the media give aid and comfort to terrorists by giving their violence maximum exposure and impact at times while sanitizing the perpetrators and tainting their victims at others? It is standard procedure for many media outlets to describe the perpetrators of terrorist acts - the premeditated slaughter of civilians - with a range of euphemisms, "militants" being the most common. Thus, The New York Times can headline a report on the killing of a hostage as "Iraq Militants Said to Behead a Truck Driver From Bulgaria." Similarly, terrorists killed in a military strike can be described in another as...
  • The Islamist Challenge to American Security

    10/19/2004 5:21:38 AM PDT · by stevejackson · 4 replies · 495+ views
    netWMD - The War to Mobilize Democracy ^ | October 19, 2004 | Frank J. Gaffney
    Frank J. Gaffney is founder and president of the Center for Security Policy in Washington, DC. He earned his AM in international studies from John's Hopkins University. A former deputy assistant secretary of defense for international security policy, Mr. Gaffney's articles have appeared in Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times, New Republic, Newsday, New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post. He is a contributing editor to National Review Online. Mr. Gaffney addressed the Middle East Forum in Philadelphia on September 22, 2004. The threat of terror is the most direct challenge to the stability of...
  • Firefighters describe emotional toll of last year's California wildfires

    02/05/2004 11:36:41 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 3 replies · 326+ views
    Sac Bee ^ | 2/5/04 | Elliot Spagat - AP
    <p>SAN DIEGO (AP) - Fire Chief Bill Clayton described to a crowd of firefighters his anguish as he doused water on the burning body of the only firefighter to die during last year's wildfires in southern California.</p> <p>The fire killed Steven Rucker as he was trying to save a house on Oct. 29 near the town of Wynola. The blaze, called the Cedar fire, killed 14 people, destroyed 2,232 homes and charred more than 280,000 acres, making it the worst fire in California history.</p>