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The Loss of the USS Liberty
REAR ADMIRAL MERLIN STARING
UNITED STATES NAVY, (RET.), FORMER JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL OF THE NAVY
Producer of The Loss of Liberty
The U.S.S. Liberty Bombshell
"I have firsthand knowledge from many personal conversations with Admiral Kidd that President Lyndon Johnson and Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara personally ordered him to cover up the true facts and conclude the attack was a case of mistaken identity despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary."
Cover-Up Alleged in Probe of USS Liberty
A former Navy attorney who helped lead the military investigation of the 1967 Israeli attack on the USS Liberty that killed 34 American servicemen says former President Lyndon Johnson and his defense secretary
skewers Bush, Ashcroft and the whole lot of us for letting despots rule
It's lucky for George W. Bush that he wasn’t born in an earlier time and somehow stumbled into America’s Constitutional Convention. A man with his views, so depreciative of democratic rule, would have certainly been quickly exiled from the freshly liberated United States by the gaggle of incensed Founders
ID cards in doubt as Scots opt out
Plans for compulsory identity cards began to unravel last night when the Scottish government said they would not be introduced there on the same basis.
Rather than attempting the difficult task of recognising specific objects and their particular behaviours, VMAD simply looks at how groups of pixels move within the image. It uses these movements to construct a statistical model of "normal" activity. Movements that are out of the ordinary can then be flagged up.
Canada Trust, National Bank and Telus Mobility are participating in the launch of a new system which enables consumers to make small value payments by tapping an electronic tag on a merchant eftpos terminal.
Wal-Mart turns customers into RFID lab rats
Have you ever wondered what it's like to buy lipstick while in a petri dish?
Deal on 9/11 Briefings Lets White House Edit Papers
New York Times
The commission investigating the Sept. 11 terror attacks said on Thursday that its deal with the White House for access to highly classified Oval Office intelligence reports would let the White House edit the documents before they were released to the commission's representatives.
Ten Commandments judge removed from office
Alabama's judicial ethics panel removed Chief Justice Roy Moore from office Thursday for defying a federal judge's order to move a Ten Commandments monument from the state Supreme Court building.
Deliberations Begin in Muhammad Trial
Jurors began deciding Friday whether sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad shaped his teenage protege into an expert killer or if there isn't enough evidence to prove he directed the Washington area sniper spree last fall.
Latin American States Give Aliens ID Cards in U.S.
Several Latin American countries plan to follow Mexico's example by issuing consular identification cards to illegal immigrants in the United States, despite FBI warnings that the cards pose a security threat
U.S. war dead in Iraq exceed early Vietnam years
The U.S. death toll in Iraq has surpassed the number of American soldiers killed during the first three years of the Vietnam War, the brutal Cold War conflict that cast a shadow over U.S. affairs for more than a generation.
New Zealand Herald
The CIA has rejected as fantasy claims in a new book that it tried to negotiate a non-aggression pact with Osama bin Laden just two months before the September 11, 2001 airliner attacks against the United States
Two of Asia's most wanted terrorists are armed with explosives and planning fresh attacks on Western hotels and banks — possibly disguising themselves as beggars and receiving shelter from fellow radicals
AK-47 designer: Guns 'like my children'
"But it's not the designer's fault or the weapon's fault when terrible things happen - it's the politicians," said Kalashnikov, a former major general. "It's because the politicians are unable to reach peaceful agreements. I must say I sleep quite soundly."
Iran Leader Rips U.S. Occupation of Iraq
Iran's supreme leader said Friday that America's military occupation of Iraq was failing and criticized President Bush's call for greater democracy in the Middle East
N. Korea to Seize Equipment From Reactors
North Korea will seize equipment and technical data from two nuclear power plants being built there, its government said Thursday, days after a U.S.-led group stopped the $4.6 billion project in retaliation for the communist country's atomic weapons programs.
Bush unfazed by UK protest plans
US President George Bush says he will not be upset by mass protests planned for his visit to London next week
War relative's message for Bush
grieving father whose son died in Iraq said he would walk to London from north Wales just to tell US president George Bush what he thinks of his war effort.
France and Germany are publicly discussing the possibility of a "Franco-German union" that would allow them to cooperate more closely in such areas as education, social affairs and the economy and even merge their defence and foreign policies
Scientists use DNA to make virus
US scientists have produced a wholly artificial virus using a method they claim could lead to new lifeforms.
coalition of environmental groups and consumer advocates sued the U.S. Agriculture Department in federal court on Wednesday to try to halt the experimental planting of biotech crops engineered to make medicine
Israel to let wives harvest dead husbands' sperm
Israeli widows will be able to harvest the sperm of their dead husbands even if the men did not give their consent while alive, under a new directive described by experts as unprecedented in the world of fertility treatment.
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