Fellow Inmate Claims that Batman Massacre Suspect James Holmes said he was ‘programmed to kill’

Yes this dude is a “criminal”, and as we know they have no credibility UNLESS they are testifying for the state right? BUT, this accounting sounds very plausible! In fact it goes perfectly with what we dug up in our investigation of the Aurora Co Shootings. (search our website) Denver Westword Blog Unruh insists the sporadic conversation continued even after […]

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Actually, The Newest Version Of NDAA Makes It EASIER To Detain Citizens Indefinitely

2013 version National Defense Authorization Act(NDAA) did more to protect Americans against indefinite detention. We and several other news organizations reported as much yesterday.But on closer examination the new NDAA actually makes it EASIER to detain citizens indefinitely. Here’s the added clause in question: “Nothing in the AUMF or the 2012 NDAA shall be construed to deny the availability of […]

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Palestine wins non-member state status

A lopsided vote in the UN General Assembly turned delegates from around the world into cheering fans as Palestine won enhanced Non-Member state status on Monday. The final tally — 138 For — 9 Against with 41 abstentions — was a clear referendum on the world’s feelings of Palestinian statehood. Before the vote was taken — Acting Palestinian Authority Chief, […]

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CIA Sued Over Alledged 1953 Murder of Military Scientist, Frank Olson

For the complete story check out our 2010 interview with Author of “Its a Terrible Mistake” Hank Albarelli – Jack Blood Hank H.P. Albarelli Mar 17 2010 Find more videos like this on 12160 Social Network   Employees of the Central Intelligence Agency murdered military scientist Frank Olson in 1953 after he raised concerns about testing chemical and biological weapons […]

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TSA chief will be a ‘no show’ at congressional hearing

(CNN) — A congressional hearing Thursday on aviation security will be missing its chief witness, who declined to testify. Transportation Security Administration chief John Pistole had been asked to appear before the Transportation and Infrastructure subcommittee on aviation on the impact of his agency’s policies on passengers and the airline industry. But Pistole said he had no plans to attend, […]

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Chinese police plan to board ships in disputed seas

(Reuters) – Police in the southern Chinese island province of Hainan will board and search ships which enter into what China considers its territorial waters in the disputed South China Sea, state media said on Thursday, a move which could raise tensions further. The South China Sea is Asia’s biggest potential military trouble spot with several Asian countries claiming sovereignty. […]

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Girl, 8, to get vaccination shots after court overrules mum

A GIRL, 8, will be given vaccinations against the objections of her mother after a Family Court ruling. News of the judgment comes after a group of Australia’s top scientists warned this week that the anti-immunisation lobby was endangering children’s lives. The Victorian mother, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, was resorting to homeopathic methods to try to protect […]

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