16 June 2015
US bioterror false flags: Pentagon sent live anthrax to Japan in 2005 | 12 June 2015 | The Pentagon on Friday added Japan to a list of countries that received live anthrax samples from the U.S. military, while a news report said the lab that sent out the bacteria faced sanctions in 2007 for failing to kill specimens but was never fined. The sample that went to Japan was sent to the U.S. military base of Camp Zama about 25 miles (40 km) southwest of Tokyo in 2005 and was destroyed in 2009 [It took four years to destroy it?], Defense Department spokesman Colonel Steve Warren said. Five countries outside the United States are now known to have received live anthrax samples: Australia, Canada, South Korea and Britain, as well as Japan.
Feds plot course to resume NSA spying | 08 June 2015 | The National Security Agency (NSA) is taking steps to turn its massive collection of Americans' phone records back on. After President Obama signed legislation last week to end privatize the controversial program, the Justice Department submitted a legal memorandum to the secretive federal court justifying authorization for the NSA collection for another six months, as the new law allows. "[T]he government respectfully submits that it may seek and this court may issue an order for the bulk production of tangible things" under the law, "as it did in...prior related dockets," the Justice Department said in its memo. The legal analysis was submitted on Tuesday, less than an hourafter the White House announced that the president had signed the USA Freedom Act into law. The memo was not revealed to the public until Monday.
UK agents 'moved over Snowden files' | 13 June 2015 | UK intelligence agents have been moved because Russia and China can read files stolen by a US whistleblower, a government source has told the BBC. The Sunday Times is reporting that Russia and China have cracked the encryption of the computer files. The government source told the BBC the countries "have information" that led to agents being moved but added there was "no evidence" any had been harmed. Edward Snowden, now in Russia, leaked intelligence data two years ago.
Al Qaida 'second-in-command' reportedly killed in U.S. drone strike in Yemen | 15 June 2015 | The leader of al Qaida's branch in war-torn Yemen, considered by U.S. intelligence officials to be the most serious terrorist threat to the U.S. homeland, has been killed in a U.S. drone strike, according to local news reports and social media posts. Nasir al Wuhayshi, who carried a 10 million U.S. bounty on his head and once served as Osama bin Laden's secretary, also was (apparently, one of *hundreds* of) the 'second-in-command' of the terrorist network's global operations. If confirmed, his death would represent a setback to al Qaida [al-CIAduh], but one from which it would likely recover.
Saudi Arabia executes 100th prisoner in 6 months | 15 June 2015 | US top ally Saudi Arabia has beheaded a Syrian dr-g trafficker, rocketing the number of this year's executions in the Kingdom to 100. The execution took place on Monday in the northern region of Jawf. Syrian Ismael al-Tawm smuggled "a large amount of banned amph-tamine pills into the kingdom," the Saudi Interior Ministry said in a statement, as cited by AFP. The man was sentenced to death according to the nation's strict version of Sharia law. Public executions are mostly conducted by decapitating the accused with a sword.
Prosecutors move to keep Hastert evidence secret | 12 June 2015 | Federal prosecutors on Friday petitioned a judge to keep secret their evidence in the case against former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R), who pleaded not guilty on Tuesdayto charges of trying to hide cash transactions and lying to the FBI about it. Hastert had allegedly paid close to 2 million to an individual to conceal past misconduct, which was reportedly sexual contact with a male student while he was a teacher and coach in the 1960s and 1970s. In a motion filed before Judge Thomas Durkin, who is hearing the Hastert case, prosecutors said sensitive information in the case should not be disseminated...Prosecutors asked the judge to restrict distribution of materials in the case to key defense personnel and witnesses, and asked that copies not be made without the court's permission. They also asked to submit under a court seal certain materials they said were sensitive.
Spokane NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal steps down | 15 June 2015 | Rachel Dolezal, the embattled president of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP, stepped down from her post Monday amid questions surrounding her racial identity. In the lengthy statement, Dolezal mentioned some of the issues and concerns of the Spokane chapter, including police brutality, economic disenfranchisement and health inequities. She noted the dialogue had [insanely] shifted from the chapter's work to her personal identity.
NAACP Imposter Sued School Over Race Claims | 15 June 2015 | The NAACP official who today resigned in the face of evidence that she masqueraded as black once sued Howard University for denying her teaching posts and a scholarshipbecause she was a white woman, The Smoking Gun has learned... Rachel Dolezal, 37, who headed the NAACP's Spokane, Washington chapter, sued Howard for discrimination in 2002, the year she graduated from the historically black college with a Master of Fine Arts degree. [Her picture should become the emblem for "fraud" in the dictionary. --MDR]
Civil rights activist Rachel Dolezal misrepresented herself as black, claim parents | 12 June 2015 | The biological parents of a prominent civil rights activist in Washington state have claimed that she has been misrepresenting herself as a black woman when her heritage is white...Rachel Dolezal is an academic, chair of the office of the police ombudsman commission in the city of Spokane and president of its chapter of the African American civil rights organisation NAACP...Dolezal, a professor of Africana studies at Eastern Washington University, where she specialises in black studies and African American culture, has spoken out regularly on local media about racial justice...This week, however, in an interview with the local Spokane news channel KREM 2 News, Ruthanne and Larry Dolezal said their daughter's biological heritage was not African American but German and Czech, with traces of Native American ancestry.
Dallas shooting suspect dead after sniper gunfire hits armoured van --Suspect had fired several rounds at officers, ramming van into squad car before fleeing | 13 June 2015 | Authorities say they've confirmed the death of a man accused of opening fire on officers outside the Dallas police headquarters. Police said Saturday that the suspect was found dead inside his armoured van at a parking lot in suburban Hutchins, where he had been in an hours-long standoff with SWAT team officers. The suspect had claimed he had military-grade C4 explosives in the vehicle. Maj. Max Geron tweeted that a .50-calibre rifle was used to fire two shots into the van's engine block and one into the driver.
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