News Updates from CLG
16 September 2015
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U.S. government blocks release of new CIA torture details | 10 Sept 2015 | U.S. government officials have blocked the release of 116 pages of defense lawyers' notes detailing the torture that Guantanamo Bay detainee prisoner Abu Zubaydah says he experienced in CIA custody, defense lawyers said on Thursday. The treatment of Zubaydah, who lost one eye and was waterboarded 83 times in a single month while held by the CIA, according to government documents, has been the focus of speculation for years. "We submitted 116 pages in 10 separate submissions," Joe Margulies, Zubaydah's lead defense lawyer, told Reuters. "The government declared all of it classified."
Oh dear. The censors at Google, Yahell, and NYU are not going to like this one. This is why you need to check your spam bins for the CLG Newsletters, daily! Retired CIA Agent: 'We Run the Afghan Opium Trade' | 09 Sept 2015 | A retired CIA agent accuses the US government of trying to frame him as he is about to release a book that will "blow the lid off the CIA's drug smuggling operations in Afghanistan," reveals the Cheyenne Herald this morning. John F. Abbotsford, a 38-year old Afghan war veteran, that has also served his country as a CIA analyst, has recently been convicted of possession of child pornography [yeah, I'm sure - typical CIA frame-up of its detractors], accusations he claims "have been made up" by the US government to stop the publication of his upcoming book, The CIA in Afghanistan: 30 years of drug smuggling. "This is a desperate attempt by the US government to shut me up," he said in court. "If I'm going to face jail time, I want the truth to be known before they try to get rid of me in prison" he told the judge. "I'm not scared of their threats, whatever happens, I will never shut up," he cried out in the courtroom. [Exactly. Hence, the raison d'etre for the illegal US invasion and occupation of Afghanistan. P.S.: Former CIA asset Osama bin Forgotten was a Saudi.]
Lavrov: US knows ISIS positions, refuses to bomb them | 13 Sept 2015 | Russia has information that the US knows the specific location points of the "Islamic State" (extremist organization banned in Russia), but did not give an order to strike on the positions "of the IS," said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. On the program "Sunday times" on "Channel 1," Lavrov said that the analysis of aviation operations in countries included in the coalition, "creates a strange impression," as if in addition to fighting "the IS" "there is something else which is a concern of the coalition."
Because you just can't keep a good terrorist down: Al-Zawahiri re-emerges from the grave, issuing calls for 'lone wolf attacks in West' in new al-Qaeda video --Al Qaeda chief urges lone wolf attacks in U.S. and West -recording | 13 Sept 2015 | Seven (or nine) years after his death, Al Qaeda [al-CIA-duh] leader Ayman al-Zawahri called on young Muslim men in the United States and other Western countries to carry out attacks inside those countries in an audio recording posted online on Sunday. "I call on all Muslims who can harm the countries of the crusader coalition not to hesitate," Zawahri said referring to Western nations. Pretty busy, for a dead guy: CLG: Al-Zawahiri is back from the dead, issuing new 'al-Qaeda' terror threats --You just can't keep a good terrorist down (or dead) for long, when the NSA's public relations department is in serious trouble! By Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 06 Aug 2013Five (or seven) years after his death, the ever-useful Ayman al-Zawahiri is baack, issuing new 'al-Qaeda' terror alerts! These new round of terror alerts issued by the Obama administration will provide cover for the next big, fat false flag which, in turn, will provide cover for the illegal surveillance activities of the NSA, CIA, FBI, and -- as we just learned -- the DEA. Here is the CLG compilation of many of the 're-killings' of this useful al-CIAduh operative, back from the media grave...
Private sector moves into UK's fight against terrorism | 13 Sept 2015 | The private sector is moving into the fight against terrorism as British police and the military are to be offered the chance to hone their skills at a state-of-the-art weapons and tactics centre in a former underground reservoir. The 20m-pounds independent National Firearms and Tactical Training Centre (NFTTC) to be built in Bedford will feature specialist weapons ranges and live-fire houses that can be decked out to create realistic hostage, siege and terrorism scenarios [aka the false flags]. The privately funded 200,000 sq ft centre, due to open in January 2017, will be constructed inside the Manton Lane underground reservoir, which was built in 1935 and decommissioned by Anglia Water in the 1990s.
Terror warning: Holidaying Britons at serious risk of ISIS attack | 14 Sept 2015 | Concerns are growing for the safety of British tourists holidaying on the tropical paradise of Maldives, as extremists in the state continue to gain influence. More than 200 'island jihadis' are now fighting for Islamic State (ISIS) [I-CIA-SIS] and Al-Qaeda [al-CIAduh] in Syria and Iraq, a startlingly high figure considering the tiny nation has the same population as Coventry.
Good riddance, sociopath! Malcolm Turnbull sworn in as Australian PM after Tony Abbott lashes out in emotional farewell speech --Malcolm Turnbull sworn in as Australian Prime Minister --Australia gets its fifth prime minister in eight years --Tony Abbott lashes out at culture of 'treachery' in farewell speech | 15 Sept 2015 | Outgoing Prime Minister Tony Abbott attacks "treachery" of fellow Liberal MPs and the media but pledges not to undermine the new leader Malcolm Turnbull. Malcolm Turnbull has been sworn in as prime minister by the Governor General. Tony Abbott has broken his silence, lashing out at the media and backstabbing MPs in his own party.
UK Labour leadership election: MP Jeremy Corbyn, admirer of Karl Marx, wins landslide victory | 12 Sept 2015 | The Islington North MP, Jeremy Corbyn, has been elected Labour party leader. The 66-year-old winner of one of the key races in recent times has been announced in London. Corbyn, an admirer of Karl Marx, won 59.5 percent of the ballots cast, or 251,417 votes, in the leadership election, winning in the first round...During his election campaign, Corbyn gained supporters from several of the UK's largest trade unions and received the highest number of supporting nominations from Constituency Labour Parties (CLPs). Britain's biggest union, Unite, with 1.4 million members, backed Corbyn in early July, citing his anti-war and anti-austerity policies as the main reasons for throwing their weight behind the candidate.
Israeli forces storm courtyard of Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem | 13 Sept 2015 | Dozens of Israeli police and soldiers carried out a morning raid on the Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem, with concussion grenades and tear gas wounding several Palestinians, as part of a security operation. The Temple Mount site, holy to both religions, is being fought over by Muslim and Jewish groups. The police also reportedly detained two guards as they surrounded the compound, entering through the Chain Gate.
Two children dead after measles vaccines. And that's not the worst of it. | 11 Sept 2015 | In Kenya, when two children die shortly after receiving a measles vaccination injection, that's apparently bad for business. Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital Director, John Kibosia, is being vigilant in his pursuit to make sure mothers keep taking their children in for vaccinations even after two children died shortly after receiving them. Furthermore, the cause of death is essentially being left at "undetermined." An "undetermined" death is obviously, well, better for business.
Conservative group launches $1 million anti-Trump ad campaign in Iowa | 15 Sept 2015 | The national conservative group [of corpora-terrorist pimps] Club for Growth announced a 1 million ad campaign attacking Donald Trump in Iowa on Tuesday, marking the most direct and well-funded attempt from within the Republican Party yet to take down its presidential front-runner. Club for Growth President David McIntosh unveiled a pair of TV ads for reporters at a news conference in Washington. One accuses Trump of being a closet liberal and shows images of Democratic contenders Bernie Sanders and Hillary Rodham Clinton. McIntosh said the ads, which are being aired by Club for Growth Action, the organization's super PAC, will hit TV airwaves later this week.
Poll: Trump tops GOP field in California | 13 Sept 2015 | Businessman Donald Trump leads the crowded 2016 Republican presidential field in California, according to a poll releasedSunday morning. The USC Dornsife/LA Times Poll found that 24 percent of Republicans said they would support Trump. Retired pediatric neurosurgeon Ben Carson is in second place with 18 percent. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas) each received 6 percent support.
Tech company: No indication that Clinton's e-mail server was 'wiped' | 12 Sept 2015 | The company that managed Hillary Rodham Clinton's private e-mail server said it has "no knowledge of the server being wiped," the strongest indication to date that tens of thousands of e-mails that Clinton has said were deleted could be recovered...All the e-mails from Clinton's tenure at the State Department were on the server when the device was taken over in June 2013 by Platte River Networks, four months after Clinton left office. A company attorney has said that all of Clinton's e-mails were then migrated to a new server.
Group of armed citizens in Phoenix vows to find I-10 gunman| 12 Sept 2015 | The civilians -- armed with guns, knives, mace and other weapons -- call themselves "Bolt Force." Their mission: Helping authorities solve a rash of shootings along a busy stretch of Interstate 10 in downtown Phoenix and elsewhere in the Arizona capital. They are a stealthy bunch, all dressed in black. They claim 17 members, including men and women of different races. They can be spotted stalking above highway overpasses and patrolling nooks and alleyways around Interstate 10.
Mega barf alert: Maryland students' outrage at regularly being fed school meals that are 'moldy or uncooked' --'They raised our lunches to $3,' said Tamera Perry. 'We're paying $3 for something that's not edible, not organic and it's not healthy.' | 15 Sept 2015 | Outraged students have taken to social media to complain about moldy and under-cooked food shared alongside pictures of stomach-churning meals allegedly served by a Maryland school district. Students at Prince George's County Public Schools posted images of half-pink meat patties, sandwiches that had buns containing mold, expired drinks and hollowed out chicken nuggets on Twitter. But the students said the horrid images of the food items are nothing new to their lunch trays, according to FOX 5.
Special needs student dies after being left on school bus | 12 Sept 2015 | A 19-year old student with special needs died after being left on an empty school bus in Whittier, Calif., on Friday. He was found in a bus in the district's bus parking lot just before 4:30 p.m., slumped in the aisle and in "full arrest," according to the Whittier Daily News...Temperatures in Whittier reached a high of 95 degrees on Friday. Whittier Police Department spokesman Brad White told the Los Angeles Times that the death is being labeled as "suspicious" because there is no evidence that he had a medical condition that would have led to his death.
Whales to gain 'long-sought protections' as navy limits sonar use, activists say | 14 Sept 2015 | A federal court has ordered a settlement in two cases that challenged the United States navy's training and testing activities off the coasts of Hawaii and Southern California. Environmental legal aid organization Earthjustice tells the Guardian that the settlement will secure "long-sought protections for whales, dolphins, and other marine mammals by limiting navy activities in vital habitats". In March, a US district court in Hawaii found that the National Marine Fisheries Services (NMFS) improperly gave approval to the navy's use of sonar in the Pacific, an issue long contested by environmental groups that allege sonar is causing damage to marine animals' migration patterns, feeding locations, breeding and ability to hear and communicate.
Valley Fire grows to 67,000 acres with 15 percent containment | 15 Sept 2015 | Firefighters in Lake County made progress on the massive Valley Fire early Tuesday, getting containment to 15 percent as temperatures dipped down and humidity rose around the 67,000-acre burn area where hundreds of homes were torched over the weekend. Thousands of residents remain stranded at evacuation shelters after 100-foot flames tore through the peaceful communities of Middletown and Cobb on Saturday evening, wiping out entire neighborhoods and destroying livelihoods.
Valley Fire in Lake County destroys at least 1,000 homes | 13 Sept 2015 | The fast-moving Valley Fire in Lake County quickly exploded in size to 50,000 acres Sunday morning, prompting the evacuation of thousands of people and destroying at least 1,000 homes, according to the California Department of Forestry and Protection. The fire erupted about 100 miles north of San Francisco Saturday afternoon and rapidly chewed through brush and trees. Entire towns and thousands of residents along a 35-mile stretch of State Route 29 were forced to evacuate, many running as the fire came down the hill toward their homes.
Utah Flash Flood Kills 12, Search on for 1 Missing: Officials | 15 Sept 2015 | Authorities in Utah found four more bodiesTuesday in the aftermath of a flash flood described as a "wall of water" that swept away a van and an SUV near the Utah-Arizona state line Monday, bringing the death toll to 12. Utah Emergency Management announced the discovery at around 2:25 p.m. local time (4:45 p.m. ET). One person is still missing. The floods came after heavy rains fell in the canyons just north of Hildale and its sister town of Colorado City, Arizona, sending waves of water barreling through the streets.
Feed me! Greedy raccoon steals cat food and then demands MORE by banging on a glass door with a rock --It is filmed standing on its back legs and banging on a door with a rock | 15 Sept 2015 | A hungry raccoon has developed an ingenious way to feed herself and her babies - by stealing cat food then knocking on the homeowner's glass door to demand more. Much to the resident's surprise, the greedy mammal developed a habit of using a rock to bang on the door when it wants more food. Capturing its audacious behaviour on camera, she revealed she had nicknamed it Rocksy and despite the raccoon having scratched her glass, said she enjoyed it.
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