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  • The leaker in chief

    08/17/2012 2:51:24 PM PDT · by ScaniaBoy · 27 replies
    Carlone Glick.com ^ | August 16, 2012 | Caroline Glick
    Last month, provoked by the Obama White House's penchant for routinely using top secret information to advance its political fortunes on the backs of US allies, agents and armed forces, Latma produced an English-language song we called Tell on Me, to the tune of the immortal words of Ben E. King's masterpiece Stand By Me. If you missed it then, here it is again. Tell on Me: The ballad of US agents I mention our work because this week a courageous group of former US Special Operations fighters posted a video where they spell out precisely how Obama's leaks imperil...
  • House bars Obama from sharing secrets with Russia

    07/19/2012 8:37:44 PM PDT · by Nachum · 29 replies
    Human Events ^ | 7/19/12 | Hope Hodge
    The Fiscal 2013 Defense spending bill that passed the House 326 to 90 with bipartisan support Thursday evening included an amendment that would prohibit President Barack Obama from making good on a deal with Russia that he appeared to hint at earlier this year. Introduced by Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), the amendment bars the administration from sharing classified missile defense information with Russia. In late March, an inadvertent hot-mic moment caught Obama asking Russian president Dmitri Medvedev for “space” until after the election, saying he would then have more “flexibility” to
  • Final Implementation of Obama Dictatorship in Progress on all levels

    01/08/2012 10:45:40 AM PST · by Nachum · 21 replies · 1+ views
    CFO ^ | 1/8/12 | Sher Zieve
    I have warned and written about this particular subject for over three years—since before Obama was elected—aka “coronated.“ It is only now that many others finally seem to be getting the message. However, this is not something to be criticized. It is to be applauded, as it means they are finally and inexorably awakening to the truth. They are to be applauded and not insulted. I noticed this morning that—after a few of the latest Obama assaults on the US Constitution and liberties of We-the-People—some in the media
  • Navy SEALs Who Captured, Killed Osama Bin Laden Return to United States

    05/04/2011 2:22:54 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 32 replies
    Navy SEALs Who Captured, Killed Osama Bin Laden Return to United States By PIERRE THOMAS (@PierreTABC) , MARTHA RADDATZ (@martharaddatz) , JAKE TAPPER (@jaketapper) and JESSICA HOPPER May 4, 2011 The elite Navy SEAL fighters responsible for capturing and killing Osama bin Laden returned to the United States today. Before their return, a trove of information seized by the SEALS arrived at a FBI laboratory. The SEALs, members of elite Team Six, arrived at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington, D.C., sources told ABC News. The arrival of the military members comes amid news that President Obama will not release...
  • White House: No attempt to stop WikiLeaks news reports

    07/26/2010 1:05:23 PM PDT · by SmartInsight · 96 replies · 7+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | July 26, 2010 | AP
    The White House says it didn't try to stop news organizations who had access to secret U.S. military documents from publishing reports about the leaks. WikiLeaks posted 91,000 classified documents on Afghanistan Sunday. The organization's founder says he still has thousands more Afghan files to post.
  • CA: Engineer guilty in military secrets case (Chi Mak)

    05/10/2007 1:43:25 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 12 replies · 975+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 5/10/07 | Gillian Flaccus - ap
    SANTA ANA, Calif. - Jurors convicted a Chinese-born engineer Thursday of conspiring to export U.S. defense technology to China, including data on an electronic propulsion system that could make submarines virtually undetectable. Chi Mak also was found guilty of being an unregistered foreign agent. Prosecutors had dropped a charge of actually exporting defense articles. When the verdict was read, Mak at first showed no emotion but then appeared to hold back tears as defense attorney Marilyn Bednarsky teared up and rubbed his back. Defense attorney Ron Kaye's face was flush. Mak faces up to 35 years in prison when he...
  • CA: Defense contractor officials testify in military secrets trial (Chi Mak)

    03/29/2007 7:00:06 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 3 replies · 196+ views
    AP on Bakersfield Californian ^ | 3/29/07 | Jeremiah Marquez - ap
    A defense company engineer accused of conspiring to send technical military information to China was never given permission to share sensitive documents on a future Navy warship with his brother, a security official for the company testified Thursday. Fred Witham, who oversees security for Power Paragon Inc., was questioned about defendant Chi Mak's access to a so-called DDX document. The government claims the document was found on a computer belonging to Mak's brother, who is also charged in the case. Mak, a Chinese-born naturalized U.S. citizen, went on trial this week in U.S. District Court. Prosecutors also asked Witham whether...
  • CA: Federal court to probe 'improper communications' with reporter (Wash. Times/Bill Gertz)

    11/24/2006 9:03:17 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 15 replies · 920+ views
    ap on Riverside Press Enterprise ^ | 11/24/06 | Jeremiah Marquez -ap
    LOS ANGELES A federal court plans to investigate whether government officials illegally supplied grand jury information in a U.S. military secrets case to a Washington Times reporter. Court papers show the investigation seeks to uncover a possible source and content of "improper communications" with Times reporter William Gertz for a story he wrote in May. The order, entered Wednesday by a federal judge in Orange County, comes at the request of a defense attorney for Rebecca Laiwah Chiu, one of five family members indicted in an alleged scheme to send sensitive information about Navy warships to China. The request was...
  • Exploring Forbidden Zones (Possible Useful Reference -- Banned Web Sites)

    02/21/2006 6:36:51 AM PST · by Cornpone · 12 replies · 976+ views
    DER SPIEGEL ^ | 20 February 2006 | DER SPIEGEL
    A Web site collects information on 1,200 sites that have been closed to the public by militaries and governments -- from Roswell to the Bushehr nuclear facility in Iran. But the highlight is a 3D model of the Guantanamo prison camp. Christoph Wachter and Mathias Jud have been collecting data about the world's restricted military zones for more than five years now. The two Swiss citizens, who live in Berlin, have collected their findings on Zone Interdite, a Web site with more than 1,200 sites that are all linked to Google Maps and data they have collected about every site...
  • CA: Bail denied for engineer arrested in military secrets case

    01/20/2006 7:58:29 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 12 replies · 403+ views
    ap on Bakersfield Californian ^ | 1/20/06 | Jeremiah Marquez -ap
    SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - A judge on Friday denied a request to free a Chinese American engineer who was arrested for allegedly trying to send military secrets to China. U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney listened to more than six hours of testimony before deciding to keep Chi Mak, 65, of Downey in custody. Carney said he found it "troubling" that the defendant had taken restricted documents to his house. "I'm going to stick with my previous ruling," he said. The FBI arrested Mak and his wife in October for investigation of conspiracy to steal U.S. government documents. That...
  • Pinch Sulzberger where it hurts (FR mentioned-Kudos to freeper Fedora)

    12/19/2005 4:12:29 PM PST · by smoothsailing · 41 replies · 1,762+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 12-19-05 | Clarice Feldman
    Pinch Sulzberger where it hurts Fedora, a diligent researcher at Free Republic, documents the New York Times history of revealing state military secrets.   In his press conference today, the President indicated he believed an investigation has been launched into the latest, most serious of these leaks—the revelation of methods in NSA's surveillance of contacts between terrorists abroad and their cohorts here. It is time for those who advertise in the NYT and therefore underwrite , however unwittingly, this perfidy to take a stand: Are they for weakening the ability of the US to protect us (and their businesses) or not? I propose they...
  • Rosenberg Documentary Debuts at Sundance (More Nausea from Leftdance Film Fest!)

    01/22/2004 10:01:41 AM PST · by RightWingAtheist · 40 replies · 1,179+ views
    AP via Yahoo ^ | Jan 21, 2004 | DAVID GERMAIN, AP Movie Writer
    By DAVID GERMAIN, AP Movie Writer PARK CITY, Utah - Few filmmakers examining their family history in a documentary would find themselves in the thick of the Academy Awards (news - web sites) race. When your grandparents are Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, though, the subject resonates far outside the immediate family. Ivy Meeropol's "Heir to an Execution" chronicles her effort to come to terms with the lives and deaths of her father's parents, executed as traitors in 1953 after being accused of relaying the secret of the atomic bomb to the Soviets. "I grew up with this. It was always...
  • Chinese Spying and the White House

    06/22/2003 7:00:50 PM PDT · by Lando Lincoln · 45 replies · 942+ views
    Brookes News (Australia) ^ | June 14, 2003 | Peter Zhang
    Chinese spying and the White House Peter Zhang BrookesNews.Com Saturday 14 June 2003 I was going to write on the Korean situation but the attempt by the Democrats and their media allies to smear President Bush and belittle his Iraqi success persuaded me that I should turn my attention to Chinese spying and former President Clinton's intelligence scandal. I know that telling people I told you so is not always the tactful thing to do, but considering the current situation and Clinton's betrayal it has become a political imperative. What still needs to be investigated is the bribes that the...
  • ..HILLARY RODHAM = Security Risk on Armed Services Committee

    02/04/2003 10:55:11 AM PST · by ALOHA RONNIE · 57 replies · 1,306+ views
    www.Newsmax.com - Inside Cover ^ | 2/3/03 | Carl Lilmbacher/Chris Ruddy
    NEVER FORGET ...Just 2 weeeks ago today a ..HILLARY RODHAM.. ...who did all she could for a Communist Dictator HO CHI MINH's Victory over US and FREEDOM in a once Free South Vietnam long, long ago.. ...quietly assumed her seat on our crucial U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee that overseas our Super Secret Military 'Black Program' and its Budget in -Time of War- with an Enemy that is now just around the corner and up your street. See: 'Black Program' Vet: HILLARY a Security Risk on Armed Services Committee' (February 4, 2003) http://www.Newsmax.com/showinsidecover.shtml?a=2003/2/4/91052 NEVER FORGET
  • Scientists go on trial after joint research with China

    07/04/2002 4:36:50 AM PDT · by Prodigal Son · 2 replies · 196+ views
    Vladivostok News ^ | July 4, 2002 | Anatoly Medetsky
    Two Russian scientists went on trial in Russia's Pacific port of Vladivostok on Wednesday on charges of attempting to pass technology to China that could be used for military purposes. Vladimir Shchurov, one of the defendants, dismissed the charges against him and his colleague Yuri Khvorostov, saying they stem from a research project that had the approval of Russia's main security agency, the Federal Security Service. The project was a joint effort between the Pacific Oceanological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, where Shchurov is a laboratory chief, and China's Harbin Engineering University, he said. The team studied ocean...
  • Russian Security Service Says CIA Tried to Steal Military Secrets

    04/11/2002 6:30:01 AM PDT · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 2 replies · 185+ views
    FOX ^ | 4/10/02
    <p>The successor to Russia's KGB accused the CIA of trying to steal military secrets Wednesday — with allegations including such traditional spy tradecraft as invisible ink, secret drop points and mind-altering drugs.</p> <p>Russian television showed grainy footage provided by security services.</p>