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Police State

U.S. Argues War Detainee Shouldn't See a Lawyer
The government argued today that Yasser Esam Hamdi, a prisoner from the Afghan war who was born in Baton Rouge, La., and is in custody in Norfolk, should not be allowed to see a lawyer for national security reasons.

'There Would Be No Place to Hide'
Unleashing the FBI

Check Out the Slant of This London Guardian Piece -- US pupils face random drug testing
As if this is a "Right-wing" issue-- as if "W" is a "Conservative and all of This Police State activity comes from the "Right"

Ashcroft defends taking of new powers
The Justice Department yesterday gave the FBI expanded authority to monitor terrorism, including the ability to search Internet sites and to target any public place or event — religious and political gatherings among them — in the hunt for terrorist suspects.

Airlines considering more eyes for pilots
Cameras would keep track of passengers

Women get $10m for illegal strip searches
Four years after one woman challenged the city of Boston and the Suffolk County Sheriff's Department when she was strip-searched after being charged with drunken driving, officials yesterday agreed to pay $10 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of some 5,400 women who were routinely and illegally strip-searched over a four-year period at Nashua Street Jail.

Man Dies In Custody, Triggering DC Probe
Pr. George's Officers Detained Him First

Sustainable Development = Unsustainable freedom
The opposite side of sustainable development is unsustainable freedom. Sustainable development means: government-managed integration of economic development, environmental protection, and social equity.

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New World Order

Voters in Oregon Ban the UN,
By about a 2-to-1 margin, residents approved a measure banning the United Nations in the county and another allowing people to cut trees on federal land, whether or not the U.S. Forest Service approves.

Hmmm...How Timely...Just After the EU Ratification of the Kyoto Protocol Bush Propagandizes for the Environmentalist Land Grabbers
Climate Changing, U.S. Says in Report

Anxious Rumblings in Europe as EU Moves to Expand Its Membership of 15 States to One of 25 That Stretches from Russia to the Shores of the Mediterranean
In a little-noticed speech in Berlin last week, Jack Straw warned that people needed to "hold their nerve" and press ahead with an enlargement that would bring in another 70 million people by 2004.

UN accused of Kosovo failure
Almost three years after the end of the war in Kosovo, the United Nations is being accused of failing in the province and effectively allowing it to be split into separate Serb and Albanian entities.

Bilderberg Conference 2002

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Bilderberg Split on Iraq War
The super-secret Bilderberg Group, meeting at Westfields Marriott May 30 through June 2, remains united on its main agenda—global government and all its attendant financial benefits for international banksters and others—but there is a serious split over the issue of going to war.

Bush/Prior Knowledge of the 9-11 Attacks
Prior Knowledge, Whitewash and the Cover-up

Bush Whitewashes the Extent of His Prior Knowledge as The Truth Comes Out in the Mainstream Media -- Bush Says He Had Heard There Were Going to Be Hijackings, but That Intelligence Had Never Told Him They Were Planning To Fly the Jets into Buildings. Read After the Mainstream Postings about Bush's Prior Knowledge in August for Articles Showing the Govt. Was Fully Aware of the Threat Hijackings and Suicide Jet Attacks into Buildings in 1995. Has Been Leading the National Fight Against the Bush Crime Family and Exposing Their Problem-Reaction-Solution Activities.
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Here Are More Mainstream Articles Covering Bush and W199i Running Defense for the Bin Ladens

Description of W199-eye from the BBC:
"Newsnight has obtained evidence that the FBI was on the trail of other members of the] Bin Laden family for links to terrorist organization before and after September 11th.

This document is marked "Secret". Case ID - 199-Eye W.F. 213 589. 199 is FBI code for case type. 9 would be murder. 65 would be espionage. 199 means national security. W.F. indicates Washington field office special agents were investigating ABC - because of it's relationship with the World Assembly of Muslim Youth, AMY - a suspected terrorist organisation. ABL is Abdullah Bin Laden, president and treasurer of WAMY."

Source: Has Someone Been Sitting on the FBI? BBC Newsnight Greg Palast Transcript -- BBC

News Conference - May 30, 2002
FBI Whistle-Blower
Judicial Watch
National Press Club, Washington, DC
Klayman, Larry, Chairman, Judicial Watch
Schippers, David, Counsel, Schippers and Bailey, Judicial Watch Wright, Robert, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation

The Hijackers We Let Escape
The CIA tracked two suspected terrorists to a Qaeda summit in Malaysia in January 2000, then looked on as they re-entered America and began preparations for September 11

Hijackers 'trailed by CIA before attacks'
Two of the hijackers who crashed American Airlines flight 77 into the Pentagon were spotted as potential terrorists by the CIA more than 18 months before September 11

CIA Didn't Share Threat Information
The CIA was watching two of the Sept. 11 hijackers at an al-Qaida meeting more than a year before the attacks, but failed to notify the FBI or the Immigration and Naturalization Service of their activities

Congress To Study 9-11 Warnings
Congress sets out this week to learn why, despite disturbing reports at home and abroad, the FBI and CIA didn't do more to anticipate and prevent the Sept. 11 attacks.


FBI Search Warrant Policy Changed for Terror Cases
The director of the FBI will personally review all applications for search warrants related to terrorism investigations under a policy change quietly put into effect weeks ago in response to the furor over obstacles that hindered agents here investigating Zacarias Moussaoui, the alleged "20th hijacker."

Wall Street Journal: FBI Director Mueller Should Resign
The Journal asked that in the wake of 9-11, "The issue now is whether, and how, the CIA and FBI can regain public confidence and deter future attacks.”

Before 9-11 F.B.I. Was Warned It Could Not Meet Terrorism Threat
A top secret report warned top officials of the F.B.I. in the months before Sept. 11 that the bureau faced significant terrorist threats from Middle Eastern groups like Al Qaeda but lacked enough resources to meet the threat

This From Time Mag, Which Asks "Why Do People Read This Stuff?": Conspiracy Theory
France's No. 1 best seller claims the U.S. orchestrated the Sept. 11 attacks.

FBI Admits Lapses Prior To Sept. 11
FBI Director Robert Mueller, acknowledging serious lapses in how the FBI mishandled some information prior to Sept. 11, suggested for the first time that investigators might have detected the terrorist plot if they had pursued leads more diligently.

In shift, FBI allows it might have been able to detect terror attacks
FBI Director Robert Mueller said Wednesday there could have been more missed clues before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and suggested for the first time that investigators might have uncovered the plot if they had been more diligent about pursuing leads.

FBI discloses 1998 memo warning of possible terror planning
An FBI pilot in Oklahoma City warned in May 1998 that "large numbers of Middle Eastern males" were getting flight training in Oklahoma and could be planning terrorist attacks.

Raw Data: Text of 1998 FBI Memo
FBI Director Robert Mueller made reference Wednesday to a document produced by an FBI pilot in Oklahoma City in 1998 that warned of Middle Eastern men receiving flight training in that state.

Egyptians Knew of Planned 9-11 Attacks Last August, Says Banker
While on vacation in Cairo last August, Connecticut banker Richard Dennison says a shopkeeper in the bazaar told him in detail about planes that would be flown like bombs into the World Trade Center by Arabs in September or October.

Another FBI Agent Blows the Whistle on 9-11
FBI Special Agent Robert G. Wright Jr. will hold a news conference Thursday in Washington to reveal FBI negligence and obstruction of counterterrorism investigations targeting Hamas and al Qaeda.

'Carnivore' Glitches Blamed for FBI Woes
Problems With E-Mail Surveillance Program Led to Mishandling of al Qaeda Probe in 2000, Memo Says

Memo: FBI destroyed evidence in bin Laden case" after glitch with e-mail surveillance system"
An internal FBI memo says agents destroyed evidence gathered in an investigation involving Osama bin Laden's network after its e-mail wiretap system mistakenly captured information to which the agency was not entitled

Wiretaps May Have Foretold Terror Attacks
Investigation: Suspected Al Qaeda operatives taped in Italy in 2000 discussed airplanes, airports and strikes "that will never be forgotten."

Angry FBI agents joked about al Qaeda mole at HQ
That decision, according to government sources, so infuriated the Minneapolis agents that they joked among themselves that Osama bin Laden, whose al Qaeda network has been named in the September 11 attacks, must have successfully planted a mole inside the FBI.

FBI Agents Connected to Insider Trading Scheme with Shady Trader Who May Have had Prior Knowledge of the 9-11 Attacks
An accused inside-trader made suspicious stock trades on Sept. 10, leading investigators to believe he might have known about the terror attacks a day later

Treasury Dept. Denies UN Report that Mohammed Atta Received a Transfer of Funds into his U.S. Account which Was Flagged by His Bank
According to Wednesday's U.N. report, the bank filed a "suspicious transaction report" with the Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network "which was not noticed quickly enough because the report was just one of a very large number and was not distinguishable from those related to other financial crimes."

FBI: Hijackers Did Their Homework, Possibly Did Dozens of Test Runs on Jetliners
FBI agents are interviewing flight crews, watching security tapes and reviewing manifests as they piece together evidence the Sept. 11 hijacking leaders cased airports and possibly took a dozen test runs aboard jetliners

Missed Memo Stirs More Trouble at FBI
Terrorism: Phoenix agent sent his July report to the same supervisor who was working Moussaoui case.

FBI Says Hijacker Reported at Logan Before 9/11
The FBI has told WBUR that a mechanic at Logan Airport says he encountered the suspected leader of the September 11 hijackers at Logan months before the attacks.

US News

Frustrations With Government in Ore
Grant County voters passed two ballot measures last month reflecting the frustration of residents who feel they no longer control their lives, livelihoods or the land. By about a 2-to-1 margin, residents approved a measure banning the United Nations in the county and another allowing people to cut trees on federal land, whether or not the U.S. Forest Service approves.

Florida cannot account for roughly 500 of the approximately 47,000 children who have been in foster care or protective supervision since April 1
Some children's advocates say the DCF labels some children as runaways to cover shoddy oversight. They also say that the DCF, under the direction of Secretary Kathleen Kearney, is too quick to break families apart, essentially erring on the side of caution because of public reaction to high-profile blunders.

TN Tax protest now moves to state's ballot boxes
Of state income tax protests this year, yesterday's was by far the largest. That didn't count all the vehicles. More than 70 circled the block in front of the state Capitol and around Legislative Plaza. Another 30 vehicles were backed up on Charlotte Avenue west to James Robertson Parkway, waiting to get into horn-honking range.

Students fight ban on giving Bibles at school
Three Davenport students have sued their school district in federal court after they were told they couldn't pass out Bibles and a church-event flier on school grounds when classes weren't in session.

The Latest Foreign Entrant into the US: UK Man Wanted in Connection with a Severed Head and Dismembered Body
The man wanted in connection with a severed head and dismembered body found strewn across an estate has fled to America

Satanist Osbourne Demands His New Contract Be Signed in Blood
OZZY Osbourne demanded that a £15million deal to film a second "fly on the wall" series about his family should be signed in BLOOD.

National Security and the Military

39 Airport Managers Stand up to Expose Flawed Aspect of Washington's Aviation-Security Plan
The letter says the bomb-detection devices the TSA has ordered installed by Dec. 31 will create crowds of people in terminals who could be targets for attacks

Sensitive USAF Parts Turn Up on EBay
U.S. Air Force investigators are trying to determine how a shipment of sensitive aircraft communications parts wound up on an Internet auction site last week

Ashcroft: I Won't Fire Mueller
Attorney General John Ashcroft responded Sunday to the Wall Street Journal's call two days ago for the resignation of FBI Director Robert Mueller, saying the embattled bureau chief is doing a good job.

The War on Terrorism/Al-Qaeda

"We were told there were no friendly forces," said Guckenheimer, an assistant gunner with the 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum. "If there was anybody there, they were the enemy. We were told specifically that if there were women and children to kill them."

Bush sets out case for US first strikes
Assault on Iraq looms as speech rejects policy of containment

Terror war must target 60 nations, says Bush
The United States must be prepared to take the War on Terror to up to 60 countries if weapons of mass destruction are to be kept out of terrorists’ hands, President Bush said at the weekend.

Heroin trade fuels bin Laden's terror network
Since the mid-1990s, while the spotlight shone on cocaine cartels in Latin America, bin Laden fortified a drug-trafficking network that provided major revenues for Afghanistan's Taliban regime -- and financed his al Qaeda network of terrorism.

Al Qaeda Tells U.S. to Get Ready for Attack
"What is coming to the Americans will not, by the will of God, be less than what has come," the newspaper quoted al Qaeda spokesman Sulaiman bu Ghaith as saying in a statement.

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World News

India, Pakistan exchange fire on tense border
Indian and Pakistani soldiers traded heavy mortar, machine gun and small arms fire along their tense border early on Monday

Nuclear neighbors teeter on brink of Armageddon
India and Pakistan could be just hours away from a fight feared by the entire planet

Japan PM scrambles to contain nuke remark fallout
China reacted angrily on Monday after Japan's top government spokesman hinted that the only nation to suffer a nuclear attack could abandon its hallowed ban on nuclear weapons

New Type of Drug-Resistant Bacteria Reaches England
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria are known as "superbugs" because they are so difficult to treat. The new bacterium is resistant to vancomycin as well as methicillin

Virus of deadly disease spreads in Iran
A deadly virus has infected 30 percent of Iran's cattle stock and killed 20 people since last year

Italian Parade Celebrates Mussolini's Troops from WWII
Italy honored Benito Mussolini's troops yesterday with a military parade of vehicles and uniforms from the second world war battle at El Alamein

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Immigration, Mexico, and the Border

U.S tells Canadian students to stay home
An Immigration and Naturalization Service decision to bar part-time Canadian students from U.S. colleges and universities could force hundreds of Canadians attending local schools to halt their educational plans

Russian Student Visa Costs Lowered
The U.S. Embassy in Moscow said Monday it had slashed the price of visas for Russian students visiting the United States, following up on a pledge by the nations' presidents to build closer contacts.

No worries for illegal residents
INS chief: It's not 'reasonable' to enforce law on those already in U.S.

Two Conservatives Tell Bush They Oppose DOJ Police Plan to Track Down Illegals
David Keene, chairman of the American Conservative Union, and Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, wrote President Bush on Friday to complain that the plan under review by Attorney General John Ashcroft would set a dangerous precedent by empowering local jurisdictions to enforce many federal laws.

Science,Technology and Health

Scientists claim cloning success
Fabricated kidneys implanted in cow

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Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea

China Seeks Tiananmen Papers Source
China has detained 23 people in a search for the source of secret documents used in a book about the 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Tiananmen Square

Russia's Role in Iran and Iraq
Mr. Putin is politically stronger than Mr. Yeltsin ever was, and he may be more willing to accommodate the United States on these issues, too. But it won't be easy. Organized Russian trade and economic interests — as powerful a force in Russian policy today as ideology was in the past — stand in his way.

Second Amendment

Ashcroft pledges to defend Brady law
The Justice Department will continue to defend the Brady handgun law, despite its recent policy declaration that the Second Amendment gives individuals the right to bear arms

MD GOP governor candidate urges tougher sentences for felons with handguns
Rep. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. laid out plans to reform Maryland's criminal justice system yesterday, including more aggressively targeting felons with handguns and curbing imprisonment of nonviolent drug offenders

CA: County confiscates machine guns in Dunsmuir
Two MP-5 machine guns and accompanying documents were confiscated from the home of Dunsmuir city manager Michael Powers last Wednesday in a search warrant raid conducted by the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Department.

Police Find Dozens Of Handguns, Rifles In Filthy Home
Police say the father and son who live in the house, 87-year-old Arnold Goodman and 35-year-old Maurice Goodman are mentally unstable. They took them into custody under the Baker Act.


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