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U.S. moving submersibles to Persian Gulf to oppose Iran

July 12, 2012 by legitgov

U.S. moving submersibles to Persian Gulf to oppose Iran 11 Jun 2012 The Navy is rushing dozens of unmanned underwater craft to the Persian Gulf to help detect and destroy mines in a major military buildup aimed at preventing Iran from closing the strategic Strait of Hormuz in the event of a [US-provoked] crisis, U.S. officials said. The tiny SeaFox submersibles each carry an underwater television camera, homing sonar and an explosive charge. The first of the SeaFox submersibles arrived in the Gulf in recent weeks, officials said, along with four MH-53 Sea Dragon helicopters and four minesweeping ships, part of a larger buildup of U.S. naval, air and ground forces in the region aimed at Iran.

Ricin scare led to evacuations at Fort Bragg

July 12, 2012 by legitgov

Ricin scare led to evacuations at Fort Bragg --HazMat teams went in about 7PM, searching for 'suspicious chemical' 11 Jul 2012 Fort Bragg officials have given the 'all clear' on post after looking for ricin. Post spokesman Tom McCollum told ABC11 that an area of the Randolph Pointe apartment complex was cordoned off for a time Wednesday evening. People in three apartments had to be evacuated due to a ricin scare. Officials said they received word around 5 p.m. that a non-commissioned officer had ricin.

Romney flew in people to provide applause at NAACP speech

July 12, 2012 by legitgov

Romney flew in people to provide applause at NAACP speech Posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 11 Jul 2012 Governor Mitt Romney 'flew in' non-NAACP people to provide a cheering section for him when he spoke before the NAACP in Houston, Texas, on Wednesday. Romney brought about twenty black 'applauders' into the room. (MSNBC)

House votes to repeal 'health care' law

July 11, 2012 by legitgov

House votes to repeal 'health care' law 11 Jul 2012 Republicans pushed yet another bill through the House Wednesday to repeal the nation's 2-year-old health care law, a maneuver that forced Democrats to choose between President Obama's signature domestic achievement and a public that is persistently skeptical of its value. The vote was 244-185, with five Democratic defectors siding with Republicans. By Republicans' count, the vote marked the 33rd time in 18 months that the Tea Party-infused GOP majority has tried to eliminate, defund or otherwise scale back the program - opponents scornfully call it Obamacare - since the GOP took control of the House. [If USociopaths weren't funding illegal wars all over the world, US citizens could have single-payer health care.]

Russia sends Black Sea warship to Syria - source

July 11, 2012 by legitgov

Russia sends Black Sea warship to Syria - source 10 Jul 2012 Russia dispatched a destroyer-class warship to Syria on Tuesday, a source in the Russian Navy told Reuters, and another military source was quoted as saying four more Russian ships were en route to the violence-torn country. Moscow has been the major ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as he battles an armed uprising invasion by foreign terrorists, but the source quoted by Interfax news agency said the ships' mission had nothing to do with the conflict. Interfax quoted the military source as saying the ships were carrying marines on a training mission as well as food, water and fuel for Russia's naval maintenance and repair base in Syria's Mediterranean port of Tartous.

Homeland Security gains more power through new Obama executive order

July 11, 2012 by legitgov

Homeland Security gains more power through new Obama executive order --Secretaries of DHS, DOD to 'serve as federal lead' in crisis 11 Jul 2012 Should disaster strike the U.S., the secretary of Homeland Security will be in charge of re-establishing and prioritizing communications to ensure the continuation of the federal government, according to a new executive order from President Barack Obama. The executive order, signed on Friday [of course], once again expands the powers of the Department of Homeland Security - this time to include the handling of communications during a national security event or natural disaster. The order also allows for DHS to re-establish communications "through the use of commercial, government, and privately owned communications resources, when appropriate."

Flight Diverted to Philly After 12 People Become Sick: Officials

July 11, 2012 by legitgov

Flight Diverted to Philly After 12 People Become Sick: Officials 10 Jul 2012 Five people are in the hospital after a flight headed to Rome landed at Philly International due to passengers and crew members feeling sick. Officials say the U.S. Airways airbus landed at the airport around 10:22 p.m. Investigators say the flight was traveling from Charlotte to Rome but was diverted to Philadelphia after 12 people on the plane, including four crew members, complained of feeling sick. The passengers also claimed fumes were detected on the plane. Five people have been taken to the hospital, according to investigators.

5 Taken to Hospital After Plane Diverted to Philly

July 11, 2012 by legitgov

5 Taken to Hospital After Plane Diverted to Philly 11 Jul 2012 Fire department officials say five people were taken to a hospital from a plane diverted to Philadelphia International Airport after several people reported feeling ill. Airport spokeswoman Victoria Lupica said US Airways flight 720 had taken off from Charlotte, N.C. bound for Rome, but local officials were informed just before 10 p.m. Tuesday that the plane was diverting to Philadelphia after some people reported symptoms of nausea. The fire department said five people were taken from the airport's Terminal A to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, where their condition was not immediately available.

Building costs rise at US nuclear sites

July 11, 2012 by legitgov

Building costs rise at US nuclear sites 10 Jul 2012 America's first new nuclear plants in more than a decade are costing billions more to build and sometimes taking longer to deliver than planned, problems that could chill the industry's hopes for a jumpstart to the nation's new nuclear age. Licensing delay charges, soaring construction expenses and installation glitches as mundane as misshapen metal bars have driven up the costs of three plants in Georgia, Tennessee and South Carolina, from hundreds of millions to as much as $2 billion, according to an Associated Press analysis of public records and regulatory filings.

SWAT raid on organizers of Occupy Seattle and E4E

July 11, 2012 by legitgov

SWAT raid on organizers of Occupy Seattle and E4E By kasama 10 Jul 2012 Early morning July 10, SWAT police forced their way into the Seattle apartment of organizers from the Occupy movement. The sleeping residents scrambled to put on clothes as they were confronted with automatic weapons. Neighbor Natalio Perez heard the attack from downstairs: "Suddenly we heard the bang of their grenade, and the crashing as police entered the apartment. The crashing and stomping continued for a long time as they tore the place apart."

Family of slain US soldier sues Canadian military contractor for 2011 shooting in Afghanistan

July 10, 2012 by legitgov

Family of slain US soldier sues Canadian military contractor for 2011 shooting in Afghanistan 10 Jul 2012 The family of a California soldier killed in Afghanistan sued a Canadian military contractor for rehiring a security guard, an Afghan national, after he allegedly threatened to attack U.S. troops and eventually ended up killing two service members and wounding four others. The federal wrongful death lawsuit filed Monday claims Tundra Strategies failed to document threats made by Shir Ahmed and didn't report to U.S. military officials the danger he posed before the March 2011 attack at Forward Operating Base Frontenac.

Massachusetts man pleads guilty in plot to attack Pentagon, Capitol

July 10, 2012 by legitgov

Massachusetts man pleads guilty in plot to attack Pentagon, Capitol 10 Jul 2012 A Massachusetts man charged with plotting to attack the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol with large, remote-controlled model airplanes packed with explosives has agreed to plead guilty, authorities said on Tuesday. Prosecutors and defense attorneys have agreed to request a 17-year sentence for Rezwan Ferdaus on charges that he attempted to damage and destroy a federal building, and attempted to provide material support to terrorists. Ferdaus, 26, of Ashland, Massachusetts, earlier pleaded not guilty to a total of six charges after his arrest in September 2011 after an undercover FBI investigation.

US crew singing as they open Hellfire on Afghans: Video

July 10, 2012 by legitgov

US crew singing as they open Hellfire on Afghans: Video 09 Jul 2012 In the latest scandal [war crime] to engulf the American troops in Afghanistan, a video has been released online of a US helicopter crew singing "Bye-bye Miss American Pie" upon pounding a group of Afghan men with a Hellfire missile. The posting on the video, released by Liveleak.com, says it was recorded in Wardak Province, which lies south-west of the capital, Kabul, in September 2009. The footage, taken from the cockpit of an AH64 Apache helicopter in the 101st airborne division, shows an air raid on an Afghan roadway. As the pilots close in on the target, they release a Hellfire missile.

Men charged with terrorism after weapons found in car

July 10, 2012 by legitgov

Men charged with terrorism after weapons found in car 10 Jul 2012 Three men will appear in court today charged with terrorism offences after firearms were found in a car stopped by police on the M1. West Midlands Police said Jewel Uddin 26, Omar Mohammed Khan, 27, and Mohammed Hasseen, 23, would appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court in London to answer charges under the 2006 Terrorism Act. The defendants, all from Sparkhill in Birmingham, were arrested last week along with four other men who are still being questioned by West Midlands Police.

Canadian nuclear power engineers walk off jobs

July 10, 2012 by legitgov

Canadian nuclear power engineers walk off jobs --About 850 engineers now on strike 10 Jul 2012 Nuclear engineers at the Candu Energy subsidiary of Canada's SNC-Lavalin Group Inc went on strike on Monday in a contract dispute and no talks to end the walkout are scheduled, their union said. The engineers, who design and perform major service at CANDU reactors in Canada and around the world, are not responsible for day-to-day reactor operations. About 700 engineers joined 144 others who have been on strike for five weeks, said Michael Ivanco, a senior scientist and vice president at the union, the Society of Professional Engineers and Associates (SPEA).

Worst TB outbreak in 20 years kept secret

July 10, 2012 by legitgov

Worst TB outbreak in 20 years kept secret --State rushes closure of its only TB hospital in Lantana 08 Jul 2012 The CDC officer had a serious warning for Florida health officials in April: A tuberculosis outbreak in Jacksonville was one of the worst his group had investigated in 20 years. Linked to 13 deaths and 99 illnesses, including six children, it would require concerted action to stop. That report had been penned on April 5, exactly nine days after Florida Gov. [Terrorist] Rick Scott (R) signed the bill that shrank the Department of Health and required the closure of the A.G. Holley State Hospital in Lantana, where tough tuberculosis cases have been treated for more than 60 years.

New law allows U.S. companies to cut billions in contributions to workers' pensions

July 10, 2012 by legitgov

New law allows U.S. companies to cut billions in contributions to workers' pensions --Business community gets more leverage on contributing to workers' funds 09 Jul 2012 A new law will let companies contribute billions of dollars less to their workers' pension funds, raising concerns about weakening the plans that millions of Americans count on for retirement. But with many companies already freezing or getting rid of pension plans, many critics are reluctant to force the issue. The changes were passed by Congress last month and signed Friday by [Wall Street troll] President Barack Obama.

Police embracing tech that predicts crimes

July 10, 2012 by legitgov

Police embracing tech that predicts crimes 09 Jul 2012 Predictive-analytics software is the latest piece of policing technology working its way into law-enforcement stations around the country. A map of a city is marked up with small red squares, each indicating a 500-by-500-foot zone where crimes are likely to take place next. A heat-map mode shows even more precisely where cars may be stolen, houses robbed, people mugged. The program is called PredPol, and it calculates its forecasts based on times and locations of previous crimes, combined with sociological information about criminal behavior and patterns.

Terror Suspect Tagged, Tracked, Nabbed Near Olympic Park

July 10, 2012 by legitgov

Terror Suspect Tagged, Tracked, Nabbed Near Olympic Park 09 Jul 2012 An accused terrorist was re-arrested for repeatedly getting too close to London's Olympic Park thanks to a GPS monitoring device that British authorities have used in special cases to track terror suspects who may pose a risk but cannot be prosecuted, local authorities said Sunday. The suspect, a 24-year-old identified in court documents only as CF, appeared in court in late June for allegedly taking public transportation that traveled near the Olympic Park on the way to his attorney’s office - a violation of government-mandated travel restrictions.

C.I.A. Vaccine Ruse May Have Harmed the War on Polio

July 10, 2012 by legitgov

C.I.A. Vaccine Ruse May Have Harmed the War on Polio 10 Jul 2012 After the ruse by Dr. Shakil Afridi was revealed by a British newspaper a year ago, angry villagers, especially in the lawless tribal areas on the Afghan border, chased off 'legitimate' vaccinators, accusing them of being spies. And then, late last month, Taliban commanders in two districts banned polio vaccination teams, saying they could not operate until the United States ended its drone strikes. One cited Dr. Afridi, who is serving a 33-year sentence imposed by a tribal court, as an example of how the C.I.A. could use the campaign to cover espionage. Rumors about polio vaccine abound: that it is a Western plot to sterilize girls, that it is unclean under Islamic law, that it contains the AIDS virus. ['A rumor is just a premature fact.' The US wants to weaken the populations in Afghanistan and Pakistan so that it's easier for the US to steal resources and install controllable regimes. That's why US assassination drones kill civilians daily. --LRP]

London 2012: Olympic missile tenants in terrorist fear

July 9, 2012 by legitgov

London 2012: Olympic missile tenants in terrorist fear 09 Jul 2012 Council tenants have argued a plan to place surface-to-air missiles on their tower block during the Olympics could make them a terrorism target. The Ministry of Defence (MoD) rejected the claim, saying missile deployment as part of security measures for the Games was legitimate and proportionate. Residents of Fred Wigg Tower in Leytonstone, east London, have applied for permission for a judicial review at the High Court. [Residents are terrified of the government's impending false flag.]

Book: Spy agency sent Israelis into Iran to kill nuclear scientists, targeted from motorcycles

July 9, 2012 by legitgov

Book: Spy agency sent Israelis into Iran to kill nuclear scientists, targeted from motorcycles 08 Jul 2012 A new book claims Israel's spy agency dispatched assassins into Iran, as part of a campaign to sabotage the country's disputed nuclear program. Israeli operatives have killed at least four Iranian nuclear scientists, including targeting them with operatives on motorcycles, an assassination technique used by the Israeli spy service, the Mossad, according to authors Dan Raviv and Yossi Melman in their book to be published July 9, "Spies Against Armageddon: Inside Israel's Secret Wars".

Wireless Firms Are Flooded by Requests to Aid Surveillance

July 9, 2012 by legitgov

Wireless Firms Are Flooded by Requests to Aid Surveillance 09 Jul 2012 In the first public accounting of its kind, cellphone carriers reported that they responded to a startling 1.3 million demands for subscriber information last year from law enforcement agencies seeking text messages, caller locations and other information in the course of investigations. The cellphone carriers’ reports, which come in response to a Congressional inquiry, document an explosion in cellphone surveillance in the last five years, with the companies turning over records thousands of times a day in response to police emergencies, court orders, law enforcement subpoenas and other requests. The reports also reveal a sometimes uneasy partnership with law enforcement agencies, with the carriers frequently rejecting demands that they considered legally questionable or unjustified.

'I am banned from staying in London during the Games - I pose too much of a threat.'

July 9, 2012 by legitgov

'I am banned from staying in London during the Games - I pose too much of a threat.' 'I broke the law and paid the price. But what I learned in prison fills me with dread if the rioters rampage again' By Charlie Gilmour 08 Jul 2012 Holidays have been cancelled to get the maximum number of boots on the ground, special courts are being set up to deal with Olympic crimes in which defendants will appear via video-link 'to prevent traffic jams', and, of course, there are the missile batteries being placed on the roofs of apartment blocks - to the horror of the residents beneath. ...I am banned from staying in London during the Games. The Metropolitan Police and the probation service decided I pose too much of a threat, which shows how much faith they have in the rehabilitative powers of the British penal system. This is only the tip of the iceberg. There are whispers of the London prisons being quietly cleared of all inmates above a certain risk level - violent criminals being replaced by docile fraudsters - in case there's a breakout during the Games. The police will be too busy stopping and searching young and mixed-race men in E11 to hunt escaped murderers.

Police may be arresting marginal terror suspects to clear decks for Olympics says watchdog

July 9, 2012 by legitgov

UK a full-blown police state in preparation for Olympics false flag: Police may be arresting marginal terror suspects to clear decks for Olympics says watchdog 08 Jul 2012 Police may be targeting "marginal" terror suspects in a bid to "clear the decks" ahead of the Olympics, the terrorism watchdog said on Sunday. David Anderson QC, the independent reviewer of terror legislation, said this summer's Games are a "major target" and police may be intervening in cases earlier than they would normally. His comments follow a series of arrests by counter-terrorism officers in recent weeks. Whitehall and security sources have previously suggested the threshold for assessing the potential risk of suspects is likely to be lower in the run up to the Olympics.

GOP lawsuit challenges campaign contribution caps

July 9, 2012 by legitgov

GOP lawsuit challenges campaign contribution caps 27 Jun 2012 The Republican National Committee filed a lawsuit last week challenging campaign contribution limits set by the federal government, continuing the party's efforts to dismantle the laws restricting money in political campaigns. The suit challenges the cap on the total amount of money that one person may give to political candidates, parties and some types of political action committees during a two-year election cycle. The RNC lawsuit, filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Washington, is the latest in a series of cases brought by conservatives challenging laws that restrict how elections are funded.

6 US soldiers killed by roadside bomb in eastern Afghanistan; day's toll at 7

July 8, 2012 by legitgov

6 US soldiers killed by roadside bomb in eastern Afghanistan; day's toll at 7 08 Jul 2012 At least six US soldiers have been killed by a roadside bomb in eastern region of Afghanistan, NATO and US sources say. In Washington, a government official said all the dead soldiers were from the United States. The ISAF statement also said that earlier on Sunday another US-led soldier was killed in southern Afghanistan in a similar assault, bringing the day's death toll to seven.

Iran plans to sell oil via private group, evade ban

July 8, 2012 by legitgov

Iran plans to sell oil via private group, evade ban [<g>] 07 Jul 2012 Iran has reached agreements with European refiners to sell some of its oil through a private consortium, an official said on Saturday, a move designed to circumvent sanctions intended to put pressure on Tehran to halt its disputed nuclear program. The head of the oil products exporters' union said the agreement between the exporters' union, Iran's central bank, and the oil ministry would get round a European Union ban on shipping insurance for tankers carrying Iranian oil, though he gave few details and did not name the refiners involved. The EU put into effect a ban on the importation, purchase, or shipping of Iranian oil on July 1.

Scranton moves ahead with minimum wage pay for city workers despite injunction

July 8, 2012 by legitgov

Scranton moves ahead with minimum wage pay for city workers despite injunction 06 Jul 2012 In defiance of an injunction issued in Lackawanna County Court, hundreds of city employees will open their checks today to find they were paid only minimum wage for their work. Amid Scranton's ever-deepening financial crisis, Mayor Chris Doherty said his administration is going forward with a plan to unilaterally slash the pay of 398 workers to the federal minimum of $7.25 an hour with today's payroll, insisting it is all the city can afford. That will likely earn administration officials an appointment with Judge Michael Barrasse, who granted the city's police, fire and public works unions a special injunction temporarily barring the administration from imposing the pay cuts after a brief hearing Thursday.

Terror suspect with a lonely heart only has himself to blame, says judge

July 8, 2012 by legitgov

Terror suspect with a lonely heart only has himself to blame, says judge 06 Jul 2012 A young terrorism suspect who says the Government's new security service monitoring powers are preventing him from finding a wife and starting a family has been told by a High Court judge he has only himself to blame. The British citizen, known as AM and living in northern England, was told he has yet convincingly to demonstrate he has renounced previous views when he was allegedly ready to be a terrorist "martyr". Now aged 24, he challenged the legality of Home Secretary Theresa May's decision last January to impose wide-ranging restrictions on him under the Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Act. The Tpim restrictions upheld by the judge include AM having to wear a GPS tag, submitting to daily monitoring of his movements, remaining at a specific address from midnight to 8am and not meeting two named individuals.

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