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Police and the Police State

Shut up and Inhale Your Soma!: Military seeks to control riots with calming drugs
The U.S. military is exploring ways to use drugs such as Valium to calm people without killing them during riots or other crowd control situations

NYPD Asks To End Restrictions On Probing Political Groups
The New York City Police Department is seeking to remove a long-standing restriction on the infiltration and surveillance of political groups by investigators

Police Ask For Lifting Of Political Surveillance Restrictions
Citing circumstances altered by terror threats, the New York Police Department asked a court on Wednesday to dramatically increase its ability to monitor political groups.

Homeland Security Biotesting Lab to Located in Cincinnati
Cincinnati will be the site of a new Homeland Security Research Center, giving the city a high-profile role in the fight against chemical and biological terrorism

MD: Sheriff's Deputies Under Probe for Beating an Innocent Man
An investigation by the Baltimore Sheriff's Department is focusing on five of its deputies who have been accused of beating and using electric stun guns on a man they mistook for a bank robber in Lexington Market.

9/11

Gore accuses White House of ignoring 9/11 warnings
Former Vice President Al Gore yesterday made his second attack this week on President Bush's war on terrorism, accusing the administration of ignoring signs that al Qaeda terrorist leader Osama bin Laden planned to attack the United States on September 11

Investigator says FBI, CIA mishandled leads on attacks
The FBI and CIA mishandled key intelligence and investigative leads that could have led to unraveling the September 11 terrorist plot before it was carried out

FBI WARNED DC IT WAS A TARGET
A Minnesota FBI agent investigating Zacarias Moussaoui testified yesterday that he notified the Secret Service weeks before Sept. 11 that a terror team might hijack a plane and "hit the nation's capital."

FBI scorned terror tips
Panel told bureau rejected flight school warnings

Lawyers For FBI Faulted In Search
Oh sure, stupid them...they didn't understand the law...all that law school for nothing

China’s Military Planners Took Credit for 9/11
Soon after the horrific attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, two high-ranking Chinese military planners took credit for the 9/11 attacks – and were even hailed as national heroes in China.

FAA Received Warning in April of 2000
In April 2000, a man walked into the FBI field office in Newark and gave an extraordinary confession. He said he was involved in a plot by Osama bin Laden to hijack a Boeing 747.

Agent Cited WTC Attack Ahead of 9/11
A Minneapolis FBI supervisor said in a pre-Sept. 11 conversation with headquarters that he wanted to prevent suspicious student pilot Zacarias Moussaoui from flying a plane into the World Trade Center

FBI knew of bin Laden followers flight training
Before last year's September 11 attacks, FBI headquarters in New
York knew several associates of Osama bin Laden had trained at U.S. flight schools

Politicians Want to Know: What Did Bush Know and When Did He Know It?
Top lawmakers yesterday pressed the White House to cough up details about what President Bush knew of terror warnings prior to Sept. 11.

FBI Agent Urged Search for Hijacker
Request Was Turned Down Before Attacks, Panel Is Told

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World Police State News

Biometrics: Canada's Airports to Be Equipped with Iris Scanners
Toronto and Vancouver are about to become the first airports in North America to use biometrics

Canada: Ottawa has used citizens as spies abroad since 1953
The government has been using traveling Canadians such as businessmen and scientists as spies to collect intelligence on foreign countries

New World Order

World Bank protesters vow to disrupt DC
Friday's demonstrations will be the opening salvo of protests against policies of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund during their annual meeting.

300 Protesters Arrested in Capital
City police, who brought in reinforcements from as far away as Chicago and Lowell, Mass., arrested about 300 people during a rolling series of protests throughout the morning rush.

NATO to Admit up to Seven Eastern European Nations This Year
Diplomats said five countries - Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia, and Slovenia - are certain to be admitted to the 19-strong alliance. Romania and Bulgaria will probably be invited to join.

Canadian Company calls for common currency with U.S.
Alcan Inc. has become one of the first major Canadian companies to call for a common North American currency

America's awkward squad finds allies as Washington prepares for peace protests
Washington police are bracing themselves this morning for what could be the biggest weekend of protest in the US since the Seattle riots of 1999.

US News
Gov't Had Missile in Okla. Building -- Just above the Daycare Center
The government had a TOW antitank missile stowed in a locker several floors above the daycare center.

Fishermen sue over Klamath River water
The tug-of-war over the limited supply of water in the Klamath River continued Thursday in the form of a lawsuit filed by environmentalists and commercial fishermen who alleged that the government's allocation of water for farm irrigation was devastating the river's salmon population.

Fish kill suit targets Basin
Activists, fishermen blame irrigation for lower Klamath fish deaths

White House 'Bonesman' leads nation into the dark
"My senior year (at Yale University) I joined Skull and Bones, a secret society," President Bush wrote in his autobiography, "so secret, I can't say anything more."

The Economy

Stocks Sink, Nasdaq at 1996 Low
A slew of dour corporate forecasts and fears about a possible war with Iraq sent stocks tumbling on Monday, yanking the Nasdaq down to its lowest level since 1996 and extending the longest bear market stocks have seen in 60 years.

Russian Banks Import More Euros Than Dollars
Driven by popular demand, banks imported more euros than dollars in July for the first time since cash euros became available, the Central Bank said on its web site Monday.

Small Potatoes to the Globalists: Bill Gates has lost $42 billion
Fortunes change as Forbes names 400

It's the economy, stupid
With George Bush directing all his energies towards foreign policy, the foundation of America's strength - its economy - is suffering

National Security and the Military

Gulf War vets hope errors not repeated
Many say GIs in '91 weren't told of risks of battlefield toxins

Politics

In President's Speeches, Iraq Dominates, Economy Fades
As he seeks to boost Republican candidates in the midterm elections, President Bush is increasing his emphasis on terrorism and national security

The "War on Terror" and the Terrorists

Ashcroft’s Baghdad Connection
The attorney general and others in Washington have backed a terror group with ties to Iraq

Going as Planned: It's about Drugs, Oil and the Police State

New heroin threat to Europe
A huge increase in Afghan opium production has raised fears of a new influx of heroin into European cities.

Heroin harvest in Afghanistan soars
Heroin production in Afghanistan has soared by up to 1400 per cent since the war on terror and the fall of the Taliban, a drugs conference will hear today.

Hidden Agenda behind the "War on Terrorism":
US Bombing of Afghanistan restores Trade in Narcotics

Bush moves closer to war with Iraq
Seeking to draw a line under a Washington row over the politicisation of the Iraq crisis, US President George Bush today said the White House and Congress were close to an agreement allowing the US to go to war against Iraq.

World News

Kuwait, Jordan fear preemptive strike by Iraq
The two countries are said to be concerned that Iraq plans to launch a sabotage campaign against Western interests within Jordan and Kuwait to foil any U.S. military campaign

Pakistan: Gunmen kill 7 Christian charity workers in Karachi
Gunmen entered the offices of a Christian welfare organization in the southern port city of Karachi on Wednesday, tying office workers to their chairs and shooting each of them in the head at close range

At least 100 countries building cyber weapons
Cyberterrorism hyping has reached new heights - according to a report in the Melbourne Herald Sun, at least.

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Immigration, Mexico, and the Border

Illegal Alien Charged With Sexually Assaulting Minors
11 Boys Have Come Forward

GOP steers clear of Tancredo's hard-line stance on illegal aliens
Republican candidates in the state have spent tens of thousands of dollars and hours on the stump trying to court Hispanics, and Tancredo's stance on the Apodaca case has left many feeling awkward.

Science,Technology and Health

Boston Scientists Grow Teeth In Lab
Dentists May Soon Give Up Mechanical Implants

Venus may have bugs, say scientists
Scientists in the United States say clouds high in the atmosphere of the planet Venus contain chemicals that may suggest the presence of life.

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Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea

British Petroleum's Huge Gas Deal in China
BP's goal of becoming a significant player in the fast expanding Chinese energy market received a boost yesterday when a consortium it is leading signed a £5.5bn deal to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Fujian province over 25 years.

Buchanan Calls For Lifting Trade and Travel Restrictions Against Cuba
Former presidential candidate and conservative pundit Pat Buchanan, a staunch opponent of free trade agreements, said Wednesday that if he were sitting in the Congress he'd vote in favor of lifting trade and travel restrictions against Cuba because it is time for America to embark on a new policy toward the communist-run nation.

Second Amendment

VA: Activists demand Norfolk open parks to guns
About a dozen supporters of the Virginia Citizens Defense League urged the Norfolk City Council to drop the ban so they can carry their weapons freely, from Town Point Park to the beaches of Ocean View.

Calif. Governor Signs Laws Removing Protections for Gun Industry
Gov. Gray Davis cleared the way Wednesday for Californians to sue gun manufacturers if they believe the companies have been negligent in the advertising or production of firearms.

Indiana Man convicted of battery for shooting intruder
A Marion County jury on Tuesday night found a 61-year-old man guilty of aggravated battery for chasing down and shooting an intruder.

UK: Woman, 72, arrested on firearms charges
A 72-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of the possession and manufacture of firearms.

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