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  • Libor scandal grows as the fathers of two mass murderers were to testify (Hoax)

    12/18/2012 7:10:20 AM PST · by RetiredArmy · 6 replies
    examiner.com ^ | December 16, 2012 | Kenneth Schortgen Jr
    Libor scandal grows as the fathers of two mass murderers were to testify In the wake of the mass murders that took place in Newtown, Connecticut on Dec. 14, information on the shooter, and his family, is slowly being discovered by law enforcement other sources. One interesting connection to the tragedy that took place at the Sandy Hook school is that the father of Adam Lanza has a connection to the theater shootings that took place in Aurora earlier this year by James Holmes. Both fathers of the shooters were allegedly expected to testify in the Libor scandal that rocked...
  • New Romney Ad Calls Obama Liar, Dishonest

    07/12/2012 9:20:27 AM PDT · by BarnacleCenturion · 52 replies
    weeklystandard.com ^ | DANIEL HALPER | JUL 12, 2012
    A new television advertisement from the campaign of presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney attacks President Barack Obama's campaign for spreading lies and dishonest attacks. Watch the ad, titled "No Evidence," here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=L6b9F9IiAZw
  • Lawyer: Angela Corey missed deadline to release evidence

    04/28/2012 8:02:15 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 64 replies
    WKMG-TV ^ | April 28, 2012 | Sean Lavin, Assignment Editor
    SANFORD, Fla. - As controversy over the $200,000 George Zimmerman raised on PayPal took center stage Friday, Special Prosecutor Angela Corey's decision to ignore legal questions raised over whether she's obeying Florida's public record law went largely unnoticed. But the issue of whether Corey has the legal right to continue preventing the public from seeing the evidence she says proves Zimmerman committed the second degree murder of Trayvon Martin seems to be coming to a head. The special prosecutor's office on Friday refused to make that evidence public -- even though an attorney fighting for the public's access insists Friday...
  • A Short History Of The "Birther" Movement - Americans Who Think Obama Was Born In Kenya

    02/01/2011 8:43:31 AM PST · by Libloather · 53 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 2/01/11 | Grace Wyler
    A Short History Of The "Birther" Movement -- Americans Who Think Obama Was Born In KenyaGrace Wyler | Feb. 1, 2011, 7:08 AM The will-they-or-won't-they saga over the release of Obama's Hawaiian birth certificate has thrown the so-called "birther" movement back into the national spotlight. A thriving group of conspiracy theorists, lawyers and conservative politicians, the "birthers" believe the President is not a U.S. citizen, despite some pretty strong evidence to the contrary. "Birthers" vary in their arguments, but all reject Obama's presidency as illegitimate. Click here for a short history of the "birther"
  • Wife of Man Allegedly Killed by Mexican Pirates Questioned

    10/18/2010 9:03:56 AM PDT · by Reeses · 123 replies · 2+ views
    ABC News ^ | Oct. 18, 2010 | RYAN OWENS, SARAH NETTER and LEE FERRAN
    The wife of a man allegedly killed by pirates on a lake that straddles the U.S.-Mexico border will return to FBI offices today to resume a marathon session of questions from Mexican authorities. Tiffany Hartley, wife of David Hartley, who is missing after the jet ski incident Sept. 30 on Falcon Lake, endured eight hours of questioning by Mexican investigators Friday. She has said she refused a request to come to Mexico for further questioning, out of fear of a possible arrest. "I just don't think that's a wise decision," Hartley told "Good Morning America." "I think they do believe...
  • Breaking: Militia group (Hutaree) charged with "seditious conspiracy" by FBI

    03/29/2010 7:51:38 AM PDT · by BP2 · 630 replies · 23,298+ views
    Fox News ^ | Mar 29, 2010 9:25 am | Foxnews (Live broadcast)
    No link yet, only from live broadcast: In a press release just handed to Fox by the FBI, the six Michigan residents, two from Ohio, one from Indiana are charged with “seditious conspiracy.” Reportedly, Hutaree is accused of attempted use of weapons of mass destruction. Charges range from August 2008 to today.The militia group Hutaree are said to have conspired to oppose by force the authority of the US Government. The members viewed local, state and federal law enforcement as "the brotherhood," also known as their enemy, and have been preparing, the FBI says, to engage them in armed...
  • Israeli Official Ridicules Dubai's Demand for Arrest of Mossad Chief

    02/18/2010 12:15:14 PM PST · by hennie pennie · 35 replies · 952+ views
    ABCnews:Mobile ^ | February 17, 2010 | ABC news staff
    Interpol has issued wanted notices for 11 suspects in the murder of Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, but Dubai's police chief has asked that Interpol also call for the arrest of the head of Israel's spy agency. Dahi Khalfan Tamin told Dubai TV he had asked the international police agency to issue one of its "red notices" for the head of Mossad, "in case Mossad is believed to be behind the crime, which is likely now." A senior Israeli official who wished to remain anonymous told ABC News that if Dubai asks for the arrest of Mossad chief Meir Dagan, "They...
  • Boy, 10, Dies After Mimicking Hussein's Execution

    01/04/2007 7:49:26 AM PST · by eastforker · 76 replies · 1,403+ views
    click2houston ^ | 1/4/07 | click2houston.com
    - Police and family members said a 10-year-old boy who died by hanging himself from a bunk bed was apparently mimicking the execution of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. Sergio Pelico was found dead Sunday in his apartment bedroom, said Webster police Lt. Tom Claunch. Pelico's mother told police he had previously watched a news report on Saddam's death. "It appears to be accidental," Claunch said. "Our gut reaction is that he was experimenting."
  • The Martian mountain known as 'The Face' gets a makeover

    09/22/2006 1:00:26 AM PDT · by Republicain · 21 replies · 1,738+ views
    BBC News ^ | 09/21/2006
    The Mars Express probe has photographed the classic surface feature on the Red Planet's surface known as "The Face". The mountain, which looks just like a human head with eyes, mouth and nostrils, was first pictured by the US Viking 1 Orbiter in 1976. The formation instantly became the stuff of myth and conspiracy theories, with some claiming it was evidence of an ancient Martian civilisation. The new European images of The Face were taken in July this year. It has been something of a struggle for scientists to get a decent shot of the area in mid-northern latitudes referred...
  • Officials: 'No Evidence' Ties Dead Soldiers to Mahmudiyah Crimes

    09/04/2006 2:59:53 PM PDT · by SandRat · 5 replies · 458+ views
    WASHINGTON, Sep. 4, 2006 Citing media reports suggesting a possible connection between three U.S. soldiers killed in June and the alleged rape of an Iraqi girl and murder of the girl and her family in March, military officials in Iraq today issued a statement saying no evidence connects the dead soldiers to the incident. Past articles could be read to imply that the three deceased soldiers were somehow involved in the alleged crimes, Multinational Corps Iraq officials said in the statement. Spc. David Babineau, Pfc. Thomas Tucker and Pfc. Kristian Menchaca all assigned to Company B, 1st Battalion,...
  • Bush told Blair we're going to war, memo reveals (PM backed invasion despite illegality)

    02/02/2006 1:05:52 PM PST · by presidio9 · 30 replies · 1,182+ views
    Guardian ^ | Thursday February 2, 2006
    Tony Blair told President George Bush that he was "solidly" behind US plans to invade Iraq before he sought advice about the invasion's legality and despite the absence of a second UN resolution, according to a new account of the build-up to the war published today. A memo of a two-hour meeting between the two leaders at the White House on January 31 2003 - nearly two months before the invasion - reveals that Mr Bush made it clear the US intended to invade whether or not there was a second resolution and even if UN inspectors found no evidence...
  • Military releases Koran-abuse findings

    06/03/2005 10:40:01 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 82 replies · 1,102+ views
    WASHINGTON TIMES.COM ^ | JUNE 4, 2005 | Guy Taylor
    An interrogator accidentally stepped on a prisoner's Koran, copies of Islam's holy text got wet when guards tossed water balloons into a cellblock and one was "splashed" by urine, according to the final results of a Pentagon probe. But the investigation sparked by accusations in the press about desecration of the Koran here found "no credible evidence" that prison guards or interrogators "ever flushed a Koran down a toilet," the U.S. Southern Command, which oversees the prison for terrorism suspects, said yesterday. The findings show that al Qaeda and Taliban detainees at the detention center themselves mishandled Korans on 15...
  • Dems Target [Former GOP Chairman Marc] Racicot

    04/23/2005 12:26:44 AM PDT · by BigSkyFreeper · 24 replies · 1,499+ views
    Billings Outpost ^ | April 22, 2005 | Jim Larson
    In a letter to Congress, the Texas Democrats have accused former Montana Gov. Marc Racicot of illegal fund-raising, money laundering and endangering a Houston neighborhood. No proof accompanied their accusations. Party Chairman Charles Soechting sent the letter to the House Ethics Committee in July. He accused Mr. Racicot of putting together the alleged money-laundering scheme that has embroiled Speaker of the House Tom Delays Texans for a Republican Majority in scandal. The letter also accused Mr. Racicot of raising illegal corporate money for TRMPAC and of using his influence to obtain a right of way for a train that would...
  • 9/11 panel: No evidence of al-Qaida, Iraq link

    06/16/2004 8:58:27 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 44 replies · 409+ views
    Bakersfield Californian ^ | 6/16/03 | Hope Yen - AP
    WASHINGTON (AP) - Bluntly contradicting the Bush administration, the commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks reported Wednesday there was "no credible evidence" that Saddam Hussein helped al-Qaida target the United States. In a chilling report that sketched the history of Osama bin Laden's network, the commission said his far-flung training camps were "apparently quite good." Terrorists-to-be were encouraged to "think creatively about ways to commit mass murder," it added. Bin Laden made overtures to Saddam for assistance, the commission said in the staff report, as he did with leaders in Sudan, Iran, Afghanistan and elsewhere as he sought to build...
  • Home-grown terrorists (barf alert)

    03/10/2004 8:23:43 AM PST · by TrebleRebel · 13 replies · 268+ views
    In These Times ^ | 3/10/2004 | Salim Muwakkil
    (NOTE: SALIM MUWAKKIL is a senior editor at In These Times, a contributing columnist to the Chicago Tribune and a Crime and Communities Media Fellow of the Open Society Institute. This article is due to be published on 3/15). WHEN THE DEADLY TOXIN RICIN WAS FOUND February 3 in the mailroom of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.), there was no change in Homeland Security colors. Although biological attacks on the apparatus of government are a veritable shortcut to domestic insecurity, they don't register on the chromatic terrorism scale. Americans have been trained to disassociate such attacks from the war...
  • NY Times: No Evidence of Halliburton Profiteering

    12/29/2003 2:40:40 PM PST · by mware · 77 replies · 555+ views
    Newsmax ^ | MOnday Dec 29, 2003 | Carl Limbacher and NewsMax.com Staff
    NY Times: No Evidence of Halliburton Profiteering A comprehensive investigation into Halliburton's multibillion-dollar contract to restore Iraq's oil infrastructure shows "no evidence of profiteering" by the Houston-based oil services company. That's the verdict by the New York Times, which assigned its Whitewater sleuth Jeff Gerth and investigative ace Don Van Atta to lay bare all the tawdry details of how Vice President Dick Cheney's former company was reaping big-bucks profits from sweetheart deals imagined by Democrats. One problem: Gerth and Van Atta found almost nothing for Dems to hang their hats on. In fact, not only couldn't the Times find...
  • BOSE ORDERS EMPLOYEES TO REMOVE FLAGS FROM STORE ???

    04/04/2003 12:14:32 PM PST · by 11th_VA · 160 replies · 486+ views
    G. Gordon Liddy SHow | 4 April 2003
    A caller to G. Gordon Liddy show today, said he was an employee of Bose (on his lunch break), and said BOSE corporate has ordered all flags, and flag related decorations taken down from all stores so as not to offend customers!!! Caller said one employee refused and quit. Has anyone else heard about this???
  • Police seeking to verify trip story (Laci Peterson)

    01/03/2003 5:02:34 AM PST · by wimpycat · 266 replies · 630+ views
    Modesto Bee ^ | 1/3/03 | Ty Phillips
    <p>Modesto police on Thursday asked the public for help corroborating the story of a Modesto man who reported his pregnant wife missing Christmas Eve.</p> <p>Police released photos of Scott Peterson's truck, boat and boat trailer, asking anyone who saw Laci Peterson's husband the two days before Christmas to call the Police Department.</p>
  • War Without Evidence

    09/10/2002 9:54:45 AM PDT · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 31 replies · 305+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 9/10/02 | Richard Cohen
    The Vietnam Syndrome is not dead. Certainly the United States is no longer gun-shy -- the Gulf War proved that -- but a different Vietnam Syndrome not only lives but seems to be thriving: the willingness of Washington to exaggerate the threat. This is happening now with Iraq. Not that Iraq is no threat. Under Saddam Hussein, it has twice invaded neighbors -- Iran and Kuwait -- and used chemical weapons against both foreign and domestic enemies. It also has biological weapons and is trying to secure nuclear weapons. If it gets the latter, the entire balance of power in...
  • Oppose Bush's Power Grab

    09/08/2002 11:26:24 PM PDT · by GalvestonBeachcomber · 49 replies · 1,304+ views
    King Features Syndicate ^ | 09/09/02 | Charley Reese
    Americans who value the Constitution should stand with Sen. Robert Byrd, D-W.Va., and oppose George Bush's attempted power grab in conjunction with establishing a Department of Homeland Security. The Bushies are trying to frame the debate as either protecting bureaucracy or providing security for Americans. In fact, the debate is about preventing an authoritarian president from sacrificing the Constitution in the name of providing security. Let me remind you that those who prefer security to freedom will lose both. Bush wants to be able to disregard labor contracts and civil-service rules, as well as move money within the department as...