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"Don't Investigate US, or More Americans Will Die!"

Police State Vice-King Cheney: "Future Attacks Are Almost Certain!"

Prepare for attack, Cheney tells US
"Not If, But When"

What Bush Knew and the Whitewash
Ongoing Cover-up

Police State Pres. Bush Pushes for More Power

Phoenix FBI Agent Behind Warning About Arabs at Flight Schools is 'Superstar'
CIA Warns of A 'Series of Explosions Using 'Low Charge' Nuclear Weapons'

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Police State

Police State Pres Bush Pushes for More Power
Bush says the inherent powers of the presidency have eroded to an unsettling degree over the past 30 years and he is moving to reclaim the lost prerogatives of the nation's highest office.

Machines at an FL airport fail face-recognition test
Random tests of facial-recognition technology at a Florida airport this spring show that it failed to identify even half of the employees who went through screening

Spitball may send 13-year-old boy to prison
An errant spitball that put a fellow student in the hospital with an eye injury could land a 13-year-old California boy in juvenile prison for up to eight years on two felony convictions.

Researchers Mull Civil Liberties
When feeling threatened, Americans have been willing to give up some personal freedoms over the past half century, public opinion researchers suggest, and that has carried over during the current terrorism threat.

Tracking Everything You Own
Radio frequency identification (RFID) tags, which consist of silicon chips and an antenna that can transmit data to a wireless receiver, could one day be used to track everything from soda cans to cereal boxes.

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New World Order

Israeli Family Sues EU For Attack
An Israeli family filed a $20.7 million lawsuit against the European Union on Monday, claiming EU grants to the Palestinian Authority indirectly benefited gunmen

London Guardian: "The EU needs to sell itself to its own people"
"Brussels has to do a better job of promoting the European idea to voters and to prospective members"

Bush's 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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Go to's Govt Prior Knowledge and Involvement Archive

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Bush Insinuates Thousands More Will Die if People Don't Shut up
BBC: America's United Front Has Fractured

...And the Moon's Made of Cheese
Poll: Public doesn’t support 9/11 inquiry

The Man Behind the Hot Memo
When FBI agent Kenneth Williams wrote a memo last July warning that Osama bin Laden's foot soldiers might be training in American flight schools, no one listened. Now his memo is the hottest thing in Washington

What Went Wrong
The inside story of the missed signals and intelligence failures that raise a chilling question: did September 11 have to happen?

WSJ: In Sept 15 Interview with NBC, Cheney Acknowledged the Administration Had Received Warnings
The information Mr. Bush received in the Aug. 6 briefing had been public for months.

Visibly Shaken Bush Throws a Temper Tantrum
Bitter about the capital storm, Bush needs to get over his anger and give up his love of secrecy and surprise

FAA knew of Moussaoui arrest
But federal agency chose not to warn airlines

Turning the Biggest Scandal in History into a Petty Political Dog and Pony Show Where Two Sides of the Same Coin Duke It Out. Whether You Are a Republican or a Democrat You Should Be Horrified That the Military Industrial Complex Engineered These Attacks As a Pretext to Destroy the Liberties Our Founding Fathers Fought So Hard to Guarantee for Future Generations.

White House slams hijack 'politics'
Vice President Richard B. Cheney yesterday warned congressional Democrats against trying to score political points by making "incendiary" assertions about what the White House knew about terrorist threats before the September 11 attacks.

U.S. planned for attack on al-Qaida
White House given strategy two days before Sept. 11

Cheney Disturbed by the Criticism of Bush's Prior Knowledge
Vice President Dick Cheney said Thursday that congressional Democrats need to be "very cautious" about their criticism of the Bush administration's decision not to disclose intelligence before Sept. 11 that terrorists wanted to hijack U.S. airplanes.

Families Seethe over Bush Prior Knowledge
"My wife, had she known, would not have taken that flight," said Stephen Push, whose wife of 21 years, Lisa Raines, was killed aboard the hijacked plane that hit the Pentagon.

9-11 Victims Respond to Plot Report
Some relatives of Sept. 11 victims are seething over revelations that President Bush got advance warnings -- not shared with the public -- that Osama bin Laden's terror network might hijack U.S. planes.

McKinney said she won't shut up on Sept. 11, claims she was wrongly derided
Cynthia McKinney appeared to feel vindicated Thursday, after revelations that the Bush administration had warnings before Sept. 11 about possible airplane hijackings.

The Administration Scrambles to Cover Its Tracks
National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice said Thursday that the Aug. 6 briefing to President Bush was the most generalized type of "analytic report" and not a "warning" of imminent attack.

FBI Plays Ball for the Administration
FBI Chief: Memo Warning of Flight Training Wouldn't Have Prevented Terror Attack

For years, signs suggested 'that something was up'
U.S. Intelligence agencies had indications for months and even years before September 11 that terrorists were planning attacks with aircraft.

What did the FBI know?
While Democrats on Capitol Hill were hyperventilating over the fact that a picture of President Bush doing his job on September 11 was auctioned at a Republican Party fund-raiser, a serious national security issue came to the fore: the fact that the administration missed a series of previously undisclosed warnings about the possibility of an upcoming terrorist attack on U.S. soil.

Bush warned of hijacks before September 11
The failure of American intelligence to prevent the September 11 attacks came back to haunt President Bush yesterday after the White House admitted that the president was warned beforehand of a possible hijacking by terrorists linked to Osama bin Laden.

Bush was warned of potential hijackings
President Bush was told weeks before the Sept. 11 attacks that Osama bin Laden's terrorist network might try to hijack U.S. planes, and the administration passed the warning to federal agencies, White House officials confirmed Wednesday night.

Bush Was Told of Hijacking Dangers in August
President Bush and his top advisers were informed by the CIA early last August that terrorists associated with Osama bin Laden had discussed the possibility of hijacking airplanes, according to reliable sources.

Congress Eyes Reaction to Pre-Sept. 11 Warnings
Members of Congress raised questions on Thursday as to whether the Bush administration should have reacted better to warnings in August that Osama bin Laden's followers might hijack U.S. passenger planes.

9/11: Did Bush Do Enough?
Members of Congress are raising questions as to whether the Bush administration should have reacted better to warnings in August that Osama bin Laden's followers might hijack a jet.

Senator seeks Sept. 11 FBI investigation
In the letter, Grassley asked for an investigation into how the FBI handled a now-infamous July 2001 memo from the FBI's Phoenix, Ariz., field office recommending that the bureau keep an eye on flight schools, obtain visa information on enrolled pilots and coordinate a nationwide investigation

Bush told of threat before September 11
The CIA warned the US president, George Bush, weeks before September 11 that al-Qaida terrorists might hijack US aeroplanes, the White House admitted yesterday

Actually, the Govt. Had Been Aware of the Terrorist Threat of Hijacking and Flying the Jets into Buildings Since 1995

(from's extensive Prior Knowledge Archive)

Clinton Warned on Bin Laden Hijack-Kamikaze Plot
It was called "Operation Bojinka," a 1995 plot hatched by an al-Qaeda cell in the Philippines with an eye toward blowing up 12 American airliners. Some would be booby-trapped with bombs, like Pan Am 103, others hijacked like the four U.S. jets commandeered on 9-11 and crashed into buildings.

Bust and Boom
Six years before the September 11 attacks, Philippine police took down an al Qaeda cell that had been plotting, among other things, to fly explosives-laden planes into the Pentagon

U.S. Knew of Suicide Hijack Threat in 1995
U.S. law-enforcement authorities knew as early as 1995 that Middle Eastern men were training at American flight schools and had discussed crashing planes into federal buildings, but did not follow up on the information, according to documents and interviews with American and Filipino authorities.

US warned in 1995 of plot to hijack planes, attack buildings
The FBI was warned six years ago of a terrorist plot to hijack commercial planes and slam them into the Pentagon, the CIA headquarters and other buildings

Armed pilots banned 2 months before 9-11
FAA rescinded rule allowing guns in cockpits just before terror attacks

FBI Pre-Attack Memo Cited Bin Laden
The classified memorandum written by an F.B.I. agent in Phoenix last summer urging bureau headquarters to investigate Middle Eastern men enrolled in American flight schools also cited Osama bin Laden by name and suggested that his followers could use the schools to train for terror operations

Summer FBI memo cites flight schools, bin Laden
A memo by an FBI agent last summer urged the bureau's headquarters to investigate Middle Eastern men enrolled in American flight schools and named Osama bin Laden, suggesting followers could use the schools for terror operations

Chicago FBI Agent Sues Bureau, Alleges FBI Ignored Hamas Activities
Chicagoan Sues, Saying Bureau Refused to File Charges, Disrupt Pre-Sept. 11 Crimes

Unheeded Warnings
FBI agent’s notes pointed to possible World Trade Center attack

FAA Probed, Cleared Sept. 11 Hijacker in Early 2001
Federal aviation authorities were alerted in early 2001 that an Arizona flight school believed one of the eventual Sept. 11 hijackers lacked the English and flying skills necessary for the commercial pilot's license he already held, flight school and government

FBI Cites Inadequacies Over Terrorist Warning
The FBI's failure to follow up on an agent's pre-Sept. 11 warning about Islamic militants attending U.S. flight schools highlights inadequacies in the bureau's counter-terrorism efforts

US News

Ohio law to permit prayer in public schools
Ohio simply put into writing that the state allows one minute daily for students to reflect, meditate or pray and lets school districts decide whether to require that teachers set aside the silent time for students.

Conn. Priest Accused of Sex Abuse Commits Suicide
In the latest tragic turn in the abuse scandal that has embroiled the Roman Catholic church, a priest was found hanged at a psychiatric hospital less than three weeks after resigning from his parish amid allegations of sexual abuse.

National Security and the Military

U.S. Intercepting Messages Hinting at a New Attack as Big or Bigger Than the 9-11 Attacks
American intelligence agencies have intercepted a vague yet troubling series of communications among Al Qaeda operatives over the last few months indicating that the terrorist organization is trying to carry out an operation as big as or bigger than the Sept. 11 attacks

FBI warns of possible bomb plot
US apartment buildings cited in Al Qaeda alert

NYPD in Israel For Suicide Attack Prep
Learning methods of detection, strategy

Secret Service Scandal
A Secret Service agent blows the whistle on his agency and winds up the target of investigators


Genetics boost anthrax probe
The new genetic fingerprint, outlined by the Maryland-based Institute for Genomic Research, is expected to allow investigators to compare the anthrax bacteria found in letters sent last year with strains maintained at various labs nationwide.

Strife, Dissent Beset Hill's Sept. 11 Panel
Bipartisan Group Disagrees on Mission

Global View: Au revoir, dollar!
At 92 cents, the euro is an eight-month high against the dollar. After hovering around 85 U.S. cents in mid-January, close to its all-time low, the euro has picked itself up. It is, at last, the dollar that is giving ground

Why the dollar will dive, and what that will cost US
The dollar's price is important to Americans. If the currency tumbles, trips abroad and imported goods become more expensive. As import prices rise, so could the US inflation rate

The War on Terrorism/Al-Qaeda

Soldiers in Kabul may have typhoid
18 army medical staff serving in Afghanistan have been struck down by a mysterious illness that has forced British troops to close down their field hospital at the Bagram airbase outside Kabul.

Afghan Chiefs Say Bin Laden, Omar Likely Alive
A provincial governor and a warlord from a part of eastern Afghanistan where Osama bin Laden and Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar were once believed to be hiding said on Thursday they thought the pair may still be alive

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World News

2nd Suicide Bomber Attack in Two Days in Israel
A Palestinian militant detonated explosives at a busy intersection Monday as he was approached by police

Cheney: Arafat Must Rein In Bombers
A suicide bombing Sunday in Israel led Bush administration officials to renew demands that Yasser Arafat rein in Palestinian militants

S. Korea, Boeing To Sign Jet Contract
South Korea expects to sign a $4.2 billion deal with Boeing Co. next month

Britain Proposes Shooting Gallerys, Heroin for Addicts
Thousands of addicts will be prescribed heroin at GPs' surgeries to tackle Britain's soaring drug addiction rate.

More Financial Upheaval in Argentina as Nation's Largest Bank Absorbs 3 Troubled Provincial Banks
A state-owned bank plans to take over three provincial banks that were close to collapse, the latest upheaval to shake Argentina's deeply troubled financial system.

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Immigration, Mexico, and the Border

Nearly 10 Percent of Foreigners Illegally Reaping Social Security Cards
More than 100,000 of the 1.2 million original Social Security numbers handed out to foreigners in 2000 were obtained through fake documents

Reward offered for information on stolen cyanide
The Degussa Mexico mining company is offering a 25,000-peso (2,717-dollar) reward for information concerning the whereabouts of more than eight tons of sodium cyanide stolen last week in central Mexico

Mexico-U.S. lawmakers meeting ends with discrepancies
The 41st Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary Meeting ended over the weekend with discrepancies on various major issues, including immigration and water sharing along the border

Spanish language joins U.S. culture
From ATMs to menus to football to politics, the Spanish language is creeping into American culture

Tancredo in immigration spotlight
Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., continues to draw national attention as an opponent of President Bush's efforts to liberalize immigration laws.

Science,Technology and Health

Biotech company eyes 'GE fish'
A Massachusetts biotechnology company is seeking to develop the first genetically engineered animal for human consumption: a farmed North Atlantic salmon that grows four to six times faster than those in the wild

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Russia, China, Cuba, North Korea

Chinese and European arms exporters hit with U.S. economic sanctions for selling cruise missile and chemical weapons goods to Iran
The sanctions were imposed on 14 companies and persons for violating the 2000 Iran Nonproliferation Act

100,000 PLA troops in drills near Taiwan
Nearly 100,000 Chinese soldiers will take part in a series of military drills expected to last six months in a massive show of force targeting Taiwan

Bush Will End Cuba Embargo if Cuba Celebrates Free Elections in 2003
President Bush is setting detailed conditions for easing the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba, demanding free and open elections next year

Second Amendment

Gun Grab Forces Move Fight to Local Level
Gun grab control freaks who concede they have less sway with the Bush administration haven’t given up the fight for more aggressive laws at the local and state levels.


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