Jack Blood Show – July 25 2014 Raw / Uncut w/ X intel man Scott Rickard

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Jack Blood Show – July 24 2014 Raw Uncut w/ Liam Scheff

July 24, 2014 by  
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hr 2 – Liam scheff
author of “Official Stories” (Excellent)

www.liamscheff.com

Jack Blood Show – July 23 2014 Raw Uncut w/ Ed Haslam

July 23, 2014 by  
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The show is still growing technical difficulties – we are working to eliminate all of this NOW – Thanks for your patience! ( support the show so we can upgrade equipment – to jackblood@hotmail.com )

HR 2: Ed Haslam “Dr Mary’s Monkey” – About underground experiments to create a fast acting Cancer weapon… Done in the shadows of the JFK assassination.

(Ed has added some new documents to the original version)

Jack Blood Show – July 22 2014 Raw and Uncut w/ Larry Pinkney

July 22, 2014 by  
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The show is still growing technical difficulties – we are working to eliminate all of this NOW – Thanks for your patience! ( support the show so we can upgrade equipment – to jackblood@hotmail.com )

Hr 2: The Pink Panther – Larry Pinkney is back

U.S. official: Malaysia Airlines plane shot down

July 17, 2014 by  
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The United States has concluded the Malaysian airline was shot down, a senior U.S. official told CNN’s Barbara Starr. One radar system saw a surface-to-air missile system turn on and track an aircraft right before the plane went down Thursday, according to the official. A second system saw a heat signature at the time the airliner was hit, the official said. The United States is analyzing the trajectory of the missile to try to learn where the attack came from.

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Airlines Warned About Ukrainian Airspace Before MH17 ‘Attack’ But Continued As It Was ‘Cheaper’

Airlines had been warned to avoid the route over Ukraine because of the violence below, however many carriers continued to use it because it was shorter and therefore cheaper, according to aviation experts.

Almost 300 people have died including up to 10 Britons after a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet was apparently shot down near the Russia – Ukraine border.

Flight MH17 – a Boeing 777-200ER travelling from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur – was in transit over the war-torn region when it disappeared from radar screens.

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Chilling new details on cold-storage smallpox

July 16, 2014 by  
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Just hours after members of Congress grilled the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about his agency’s mistakes with anthrax and bird flu, another federal health agency provided an update on its mistakes with vials of deadly smallpox virus.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration revealed that more than 300 other sealed vials containing biological materials such as dengue, influzena, Q fever, ricksettsia and other possible unknown viruses were found alongside the six forgotten smallpox vials in the storage room on the National Institutes of Health campus.

The FDA commissioner has asked for a sweep of all cold storage facilities under FDA jurisdiction, said Karen Midthun, director of FDA Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research.

“The fact that these materials were not discovered until now is unacceptable,” Midthun said. “We take this matter very seriously and we’re working to make sure it won’t happen again.”

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Judge finds California’s death penalty unconstitutional

July 16, 2014 by  
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A federal judge ruled on Wednesday that California’s death penalty is unconstitutional, saying the system is arbitrary, unfair, and that because the process is plagued with lengthy and unpredictable delays it amounts to cruel and unusual punishment.

The ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Cormac J. Carney, a conservative Republican judge appointed by President George W. Bush, is a major victory for California’s opponents of capital punishment in the state, and comes after a similar decision that halted executions in the state eight years ago.

In a case brought by a death row inmate against the warden of San Quentin state prison, Carney called the death penalty an empty promise that violates the Eighth Amendment’s protection against cruel and unusual punishment.

“Inordinate and unpredictable delay has resulted in a death penalty system in which very few of the hundreds of individuals sentenced to death have been, or even will be, executed by the State,” the ruling read.

A death penalty appeal can last decades, Carney said, resulting in most condemned inmates dying of natural causes.

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UN: 80 per cent of Palestinians killed in Israeli offensive are civilians

July 15, 2014 by  
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Four out of every five Palestinians killed during Israel’s ongoing military offensive in Gaza have been civilians, including dozens of women and children, the United Nations said on Monday.

The statistic was disclosed by the UN Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) amid mounting international concern over non-combatant casualties during an operation Israeli officials have said is aimed solely at rooting out militants and stopping rockets being fired into Israel.

It came as pressure intensified for a ceasefire to a conflict that entered a seventh day on Monday, with the latest death toll climbing to 172, as Israel continued its bombardment and Hamas resumed its rocket fire after a brief pause.

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US government says online storage isn’t protected by the Fourth Amendment

July 14, 2014 by  
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A couple months ago, a New York judge ruled that US search warrants applied to digital information even if they were stored overseas. The decision came about as part of an effort to dig up a Microsoft user’s account information stored on a server in Dublin, Ireland. Microsoft responded to the ruling and challenged it, stating that the government’s longstanding views of digital content on foreign servers are wrong, and that the protections applied to physical materials should be extended to digital content. In briefs filed last week, however, the US government countered. It states that according to the Stored Communications Act (SCA), content stored online simply do not have the same Fourth Amendment protections as physical data:

Overseas records must be disclosed domestically when a valid subpoena, order, or warrant compels their production. The disclosure of records under such circumstances has never been considered tantamount to a physical search under Fourth Amendment principles, and Microsoft is mistaken to argue that the SCA provides for an overseas search here. As there is no overseas search or seizure, Microsoft’s reliance on principles of extra-territoriality and comity falls wide of the mark.

From the Justice Department’s point of view, this law is necessary in an age where “fraudsters” and “hackers” use electronic communications in not just the U.S. but abroad as well. Indeed, the Microsoft account in this case is in relation to a drug-trafficking investigation.

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Armed militia sets up Texas command center to ‘fight for national sovereignty’

July 11, 2014 by  
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A militia has set up a command center south of San Antonio to prepare for what they say is a mission to protect the United States from the influx of illegal immigrants.

The militia, operating via the website PatriotsInformationHotline.com, founded by Barbie Rogers, said members at the command center in Von Ormy will deploy to Laredo first and spread to other parts of the border, a local ABC affiliate reported.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/jul/10/militia-sets-san-antonio-command-center-fight-nati/#ixzz37DXYw15k
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