security services claim that their British counterparts are
refusing to share information, work with them or act against
known British-based terrorist suspects.
Using the big lie tactic, they have
said that nothing they're doing in their so-called anti-terror
agenda affects citizens. Now they're admiting the Patriot
Act is for all of us.
Creates Center for Master Terror 'Watch List'
New York Times
Bush administration announced the creation of a new counterterrorism
center today intended to develop a master "watch list"
of more than 100,000 terrorism suspects and avoid the communication
breakdowns that plagued the federal government before the
Sept. 11 attacks
Patriot Act of 2001 casts wide net
the policy now allows evidence to be used for prosecuting
common criminals even when obtained under extraordinary anti-terrorism
powers and information-sharing between intelligence agencies
and the FBI.
Terror Laws Used Vs. Common Criminals
Police Use New Anti-Terror Laws to Capture Common Criminals
Like Drug Dealers, Money Smugglers
The Wire at Guantanamo
the U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, miles of razored
coils wrap the Delta Prison Camp, binding 660 men U.S. officials
deemed "enemy combatants," mostly during the Afghanistan
phase of the war on terror.
to appeal to citizenry for thoughts on homeland security
participation is an important spoke in the wheel of homeland
security," he said of the partnership with the Council
for Excellence in Government to host a series of town-hall
meetings with local and state officials, "first responders"
to emergencies and citizen groups.
Raid Wrong Home, Taser Man in Front of Wife, Child
County sheriff's deputies seeking a person on outstanding
warrants broke down the door to the wrong home and then jolted
a man with a Taser in front of his wife and child.
sued over 'implant' microchip
Digital is suing IBM over the rights to a microchip that can
be implanted beneath the skin and read by a remote sensor
Public meeting on Patriot Act criticized over limited seating
say the midday meeting, with space for only 80 to 100 people,
is little more than a stunt to convince the public that the
government cares what they think about the act, passed six
weeks after Sept. 11, 2001.
laws are 'needless totalitarianism'
new laws to deal with a large-scale terror attack in Britain
smack of "needless totalitarianism", said the Conservatives.
renews attack on privacy
European Union is set to give Australia's privacy laws another
working over. Officials are likely to raise concerns with
Attorney-General Daryl Williams in Brussels in October
Rise in the number of speed cameras
number of speed cameras in Britain has risen by more than
a fifth in the last year.
tags get serious in Chicago
of new radio-tagged product codes, a kind of souped-up wireless
bar code, are heralding this as the week the technology finally
moves off the drawing board and into the physical world.
declares event at N.C. nuke due hurricane
Hurricane Isabel approached North Carolina, Progress Energy
Inc. declared an unusual event at its Brunswick nuclear power
plant in North Carolina, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
said in its event notification report on Wednesday
the huge federal debt affects Americans
does a record federal deficit mean to most Americans? Absent
action, Uncle Sam will go in the red another $1.4 trillion
over the next decade, the Congressional Budget Office says.
Discusses Sex, Politics on 'Oprah'
Schwarzenegger on Monday discussed comments he made about
sex years ago, prompting wife, Maria Shriver , to put her
hand across his mouth to stop him.
Arnold the running man?
flanked by Warren Buffet, left, and Lord Rothschild, at stately
Waddesdon Manor. But has the actor set his sights on a house
of a whiter hue?
New World Order elite has big plans for Arnold
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Says Russia Sold Arms to Iran
United States on Tuesday accused Russia of supplying arms
to "state sponsors of terrorism," chiefly Iran,
and slapped sanctions on a Russian defense company.
Government 'will force hunting ban'
warning, in a debate in the House of Lords, means that a ban
on hunting in England and Wales is likely by next year. Lord
Whitty said that he planned to "facilitate the view of
the elected house" which voted overwhelmingly before
the summer to ban hunting.
of nation states must be world citizens in era of globalization
the forces of globalization on the rise and the interdependence
of the world's peoples growing, citizens of the nation
states must also act as global citizens with a major
role accruing to the United Nations in the effort to
reach truly multilateral decisions, Secretary-General
Kofi Annan said today.
Back Cheney on Lack of Halliburton Ties
to Vice President Cheney yesterday defended his assertion
this weekend that he has no financial ties to the Halliburton
Co., even though he still receives deferred compensation from
the Texas-based energy conglomerate.
tape calls for US withdrawal
television channel al-Arabiya has broadcast an audio tape
said to be from ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein calling
on Iraqi men and women to step up the fight against Americans.
held in Baghdad
General Janis Karpinski said that apart from the two supposed
Britons there were six purporting to be American and scores
from other countries. They are being held as security detainees,
meaning they are suspected of being involvement in the guerrilla
attacks that plagued the coalition forces daily.
Says It Plans Live Suicide
alternative rock band's claim that it will feature a "live
suicide" onstage during a St. Petersburg gig next month
has attracted the attention of the concert hall owners and
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