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Four men arrested after shoes and eggs are thrown at Tony Blair at book signing

Four men arrested after shoes and eggs are thrown at Tony Blair at book signing 04 Sep 2010 Four men have been arrested after shoes and eggs were thrown at Tony Blair as he promoted his controversial memoir in Dublin on Saturday. The former prime minister was heckled and jeered by anti-war protesters at his first book signing in the city’s O’Connell Street. The missiles [LOL!] did not hit Mr Blair, whose memoir, A Journey, was published this week. Security was tight as up to 300 campaigners carrying flags and banners chanted "arrest the butcher Blair" [and the butcher Bush], "hey hey Tony hey, how many kids have you killed today?" and "Tony Blair war criminal".

Blackwater used alias to win contracts

Blackwater used alias to win contracts 04 Sep 2010 US security company terrorist group Xe, formerly known as Blackwater, has created an array of 30 bogus subsidiaries to win millions of dollars in government deals, a report says. The company which gained notoriety for killing unarmed civilians in Iraq, now uses shell affiliates to seize government businesses, The New York Times reported on Friday. According to the paper, at least three of these fake subsidiaries have won deals with the US Army and the CIA.

'Expect nuclear war if US attacks Iran'

'Expect nuclear war if US attacks Iran' 04 Sep 2010 Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro, in his first open-air rally since a near-death illness four years ago, has warned about the threat of a nuclear war if the United States or Israel attack Iran... He said a nuclear conflict was inevitable if the United States, in alliance with Israel, tried to impose international sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program. Castro slammed Washington for creating a "system that threatens the survival of humanity."

US Soldiers Quarantined in Turkey After Anthrax Scare

US Soldiers Quarantined in Turkey After Anthrax Scare 03 Sep 2010 Six U.S. soldiers and a Turk were quarantined in a Turkish hospital after a suspicious powder was found in a parcel at Istanbul's main airport, local media reported Friday. Laboratory experts were set to analyze the substance on suspicion that it might be anthrax, Anatolia news agency said.

Pentagon declined to investigate hundreds of purchases of child pornography

Pentagon declined to investigate hundreds of purchases of child pornography --Names included staffers for the secretary of defense, contractors for the ultra-secretive National Security Agency, and a program manager at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. By John Cook 03 Sep 2010 A 2006 Immigration and Customs Enforcement investigation into the purchase of child pornography online turned up more than 250 civilian and military employees of the Defense Department -- including some with the highest available security clearance -- who  used credit cards or PayPal to purchase images of children in sexual situations. But the Pentagon investigated only a handful of the cases, Defense Department records show.

Scientist Behind Airport Evacuation Charged with Smuggling Plague in 2003

False flag goes belly-up: Scientist Behind Airport Evacuation Charged with Smuggling Plague in 2003 03 Sep 2010 The scientist who prompted an evacuation of Miami International Airport for carrying what screeners believed was a pipe bomb is known to federal authorities and was charged in 2003 for illegally transporting 30 vials of the deadly bubonic plague. Officials said Dr. Thomas Butler, a U.S. citizen, who teaches in the Caribbean and Saudi Arabia, was released after questioning. Authorities said the metal canister in his luggage tested negative for dangerous materials and was related to a 'legitimate experiment.'

Israeli drones hover over east Lebanon

Israeli drones hover over east Lebanon 03 Sep 2010 Two Israeli reconnaissance aircraft have entered Lebanon's airspace in breach of the country's sovereignty, the Lebanese military said in a statement. According to the statement, the drones entered Lebanon's airspace from the south on Thursday night and hovered over eastern parts of the country for several hours. Another Israeli reconnaissance aircraft entered Lebanese airspace from above the southern border city of Naqoura on Tuesday and flew over Beirut for about 20 hours.

US drone attacks kill 10 in Pakistan

US drone attacks kill 10 in Pakistan 03 Sep 2010 Two US drone attacks have killed at least ten people in Pakistan's northwestern tribal region amid growing discontent over climbing number of civilian casualties. Security officials say the first strike hit a compound near Miranshah, the main town in North Waziristan district. The missiles landed in an area where mainly Afghan refugees live. The second attack targeted a car travelling through a small town some 30 kilometers east of Miranshah.

Scientist with suspicious item at airport did prison time for smuggling plague into U.S.

Scientist with suspicious item at airport did prison time for smuggling plague into U.S. 03 Sep 2010 A world-renowned Texas scientist specializing in infectious diseases who was once charged with smuggling dangerous samples of plague bacteria into the U.S. was questioned by authorities after a suspicious item found in his luggage caused a massive evacuation at Miami International Airport Thursday night. Dr. Thomas C. Butler was questioned by agents with the FBI and Miami-Dade police Friday after a suspicious item was found in his checked luggage by a MIA baggage screener Thursday night, sources told NBC Miami.

Arrest at Miami airport over suspicious package

Arrest at Miami airport over suspicious package 03 Sep 2010 Police arrested a passenger after screeners found suspicious luggage at Miami International Airport, prompting evacuations at four of six concourses and diverting flights, federal officials said Friday. A bomb squad, federal officials and airport police were on the scene investigating a "suspicious item," the Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) said in a statement. Around 9:00 pm Thursday (0100 GMT Friday), a TSA officer "detected a suspicious item while screening a checked bag," it added.

Hurricane Earl Passes North Carolina, Heads Toward New England

Hurricane Earl Passes North Carolina, Heads Toward New England 03 Sep 2010 Hurricane Earl passed off the Outer Banks of North Carolina and headed toward New England and Nova Scotia packing winds of 105 miles (165 kilometers) an hour after weakening overnight. Earl was 85 miles east of Cape Hatteras at 5 a.m. Miami time moving north-northeast at 18 mph, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on its website. Winds dropped from 145 mph yesterday, making Earl a Category 2 storm, the second-weakest on the 5-step Saffir-Simpson scale.

Public health organizations drafting mandatory vaccine proposal for health workers

Public health organizations drafting mandatory vaccine proposal for health workers 02 Sep 2010 Two public health organizations have teamed up to propose mandatory vaccinations for health workers for the coming year. According to a 2009 RAND Corporation survey of health-care workers in Los Angeles, nearly 40% of health-care providers had not been inoculated by this time last year... The Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America and the Infectious Disease Society of America are calling this behavior unethical and unprofessional. They have collaborated on a proposal to make flu shots mandatory for those working in the health-care field. [NO ONE wants Baxter's squalene-laden, mercury-filled, Polysorbate 80-laced flu vaccines which actually serve to explode their lab-generated pandemics. Sign: 'Refuse and Resist Mandatory Flu Vaccines' petition (6725 signatures). --LRP]

Tony Blair was seconds away from shooting down airliner over London

Tony Blair was seconds away from shooting down airliner over London 02 Sep 2010 Tony Blair came within seconds of ordering the RAF to shoot down a passenger jet over London in the aftermath of 9/11, his memoirs disclose. The airliner had breached emergency restrictions imposed on British airspace immediately after the attacks on the World Trade Centre and was heading for London. Mr Blair disclosed in his autobiography, A Journey, that he had put the senior RAF commander on alert to await his order and a fighter jet was airborn in readiness to shoot down the airliner.

BP disaster costs rise to $8bn

BP disaster costs rise to $8bn 03 Sep 2010 BP said on Friday that the cost of responding to its Gulf of Mexico oil spill had risen by almost $2bn over the past month to about $8bn. The UK oil and gas group also said that it was in the process of replacing the blow-out preventer that had failed when the leak from the Macondo well began in April. The well was plugged by a "static kill" operation in August.

Official: Passenger detained in Miami after suspicious package found

Official: Passenger detained in Miami after suspicious package found --Bomb squad scoured airport 03 Sep 2010  A passenger was detained and four of Miami International Airport's six concourses were evacuated after a screener spotted something suspicious in a checked bag, authorities said. The Transportation Security Administration declined to identify the suspicious item found in the bag and didn't identify the passenger it says was taken into custody about 9 p.m. Thursday. "The passenger was located and is now in law enforcement custody," the TSA's terse statement said.

Karzai slams rising civilian casualties

Karzai slams rising civilian casualties 03 Sep 2010 Afghan President Hamid Karzai has condemned a recent US-led airstrike which killed ten civilians, saying aerial bombardment is counterproductive. "Air bombardments in the villages of Afghanistan will only end up killing civilians and will not be effective in the fight against terrorism," the Afghan presidential palace quoted Karzai as saying. The comments came after a US-led strike on a convoy of vehicles carrying election campaigners killed ten civilians and wounded three in the Rustaq district of the northeastern province of Takhar.

Tea Party-Backed Ohio Senate Candidate Indicted For Sex With Minor

Oopsie! Another GOPedophile bites the dust. Tea Party-Backed Ohio Senate Candidate Indicted For Sex With Minor 02 Sep 2010 Eric Deaton, a Constitution Party candidate running for the seat Sen. George Voinovich (R-Ohio) is vacating (with the help of endorsements from Tea Party and family values [LOL!] groups) has been indicted for unlawful sexual conduct with a minor that he supposedly met at his church. Deaton responded to the allegations Wednesday, denying charges that he had sexual contact between March 2006 and 2007 with a 15 year old girl that he had first encountered as an elder in his congregation.

Sarah Palin: The Sound and the Fury

Sarah Palin: The Sound and the Fury By Michael Joseph Gross October 2010 Even as Sarah Palin’s public voice grows louder, she has become increasingly secretive, walling herself off from old friends and associates, and attempting to enforce silence from those around her. Following the former Alaska governor’s road show, the author delves into the surreal new world Palin now inhabits-a place of fear, anger, and illusion, which has swallowed up the engaging, small-town hockey mom and her family--and the sadness she has left in her wake.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio sued by Justice Department in civil-rights probe

Sheriff Joe Arpaio sued by Justice Department in civil-rights probe 02 Sep 2010 Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been sued by the U.S. Justice Department for refusing to cooperate with a civil-rights probe into police practices and jail operations. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Phoenix, comes after weeks of back-and-forth letters between the agencies, threats to strip the county of federal funding, and a meeting in Washington last week among attorneys to discuss the investigation.

13 oil workers pulled from sea after second offshore rig explodes in Gulf of Mexico

13 oil workers pulled from sea after second offshore rig explodes in Gulf of Mexico 03 Sep 2010 An offshore petroleum platform has exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, west of the site of the April blast that caused the massive oil spill. U.S. Coast Guard officers received reports of the explosion at the rig which produces 1,400 barrels of oil a day from a commercial helicopter company at about 2.30pm today. Seven helicopters, two aeroplanes and four boats were sent to the site, about 100 miles south of Vermilion Bay off the central Louisiana coast.

Love letter to America: Gushing tributes to Obama and Bush in U.S. version of Blair memoirs

Mega barf alert! Love letter to America: Gushing tributes to Obama and Bush in U.S. version of Blair memoirs 03 Sep 2010 Tony Blair has penned a love letter to America in the introduction to the U.S. edition of his memoirs. In it, he claims his book is about the United States and describes American presidents in gushing terms as occupying the 'Olympian heights'. He eulogises Bill Clinton as 'formidable', George W Bush as 'intuitive' and Barack Obama as 'a man with steel in every part of him'.

BP Says Limits on Drilling Imperil Oil Spill Payouts

BP Says Limits on Drilling Imperil Oil Spill Payouts 03 Sep 2010 BP is warning Congress [!?!] that if lawmakers pass legislation that bars the company from getting new offshore drilling permits, it may not have the money to pay for all the damages caused by its oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The company says a ban would also imperil the ambitious Gulf Coast restoration efforts that officials want the company to voluntarily support. As state and federal officials, individuals and businesses continue to seek additional funds beyond the minimum fines and compensation that BP must pay under the law, the company has signaled its reluctance to cooperate unless it can continue to operate in the Gulf of Mexico.

$115M lawsuit launched against G20 police

$115M lawsuit launched against G20 police 02 Sep 2010 Two Torontonians are launching a $115-million class-action lawsuit against police on behalf of everyone detained during the G20 protests in July. Miranda McQuade and Mike Barber, who were both arrested during the Summit, are suing on behalf of 1,150 people who were detained.

Dutch free men held at airport as terrorism suspects

Dutch free men held at airport as terrorism suspects 01 Sep 2010 Two Yemeni men arrested at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport under suspicion of terrorism have been freed without charge after triggering a 24-hour trans-Atlantic security scare, Dutch prosecutors said on Wednesday. The men were arrested after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said U.S. authorities had found suspicious items in their luggage, but a U.S. official later cast doubt that the men were part of a terrorism plot.

Karzai's brother calls for U.S. to bail out Kabul Bank

Karzai's brother calls for U.S. to bail out Kabul Bank 02 Sep 2010 As depositors thronged branches of Afghanistan's biggest bank, Mahmoud Karzai, the brother of the Afghan president and a major shareholder in beleaguered Kabul Bank called on Thursday for intervention by the United States to head off a financial meltdown. "America should do something," said Karzai in a telephone interview, suggesting that the U.S. Treasury Department guarantee the funds of Kabul Bank's clients, who number about a million and have more than a billion dollars on deposits with the bank. [Tell the CIA to put a share of its billions from their Afghan opium trade routes into Kabul Bank - problem solved. --LRP]

Another oil rig blast hits Gulf of Mexico

Another oil rig blast hits Gulf of Mexico 02 Sep 2010 An offshore oil rig has exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, forcing 13 people into the water, one of whom was injured, the US Coast Guard said. "All 13 are accounted for and they are all wearing some sort of an immersion suit that protects them from the water," Coast Guard chief petty officer John Edwards told MSNBC, adding that the extent of any injuries suffered by the workers was not immediately clear. The new blast has raised fresh pollution concerns in the region, as the rig was still ablaze.

Homeland Security Deploys Predator in Texas

Homeland Security Deploys Predator in Texas 01 Sep 2010 The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will initiate Predator Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) flights out of Corpus Christi, Texas, beginning on Wednesday, according to a DHS press release. Flights will cover the Texas stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border, which means that aerial surveillance of the entire border, from California to Texas, is now complete.

Guantanamo trial delay could force jury review: expert

Guantanamo trial delay could force jury review: expert 01 Sep 2010 The trial of the sole Westerner detained at the US prison camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba is set for mid-October, but a US expert said Wednesday the jury is likely to face new questions before it can resume. "The trial will resume with the same legal teams and panel members," Pentagon spokeswoman Tanya Bradsher told AFP in announcing October 18 as the resumption date for the trial -- the first full prosecution there since US President Barack Obama took office.

U.S. charges Pakistani Taliban leader in CIA attack

U.S. charges Pakistani Taliban leader in CIA attack 02 Sep 2010 The U.S. government designated the Pakistani Taliban a terrorist group Wednesday and charged its leader, Hakimullah Mehsud, with involvement in a December suicide bombing that killed seven Americans at a remote CIA operating base in Afghanistan. The coordinated moves by the State and Justice departments marked an effort to expand the campaign against the militant group beyond CIA drone strikes and other lethal means being used to disrupt its operations.

1 American servicemember killed in Afghan attack

1 American servicemember killed in Afghan attack 02 Sep 2010 An American servicemember died in fighting in eastern Afghanistan on Wednesday. The death is the second this month in Afghanistan for the U.S. military and follows a spike in casualties during the last two weeks of August that saw that month's total number of killed in action rise to 55.

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