Thursday, April 17, 2008

IOF artillery shells Palestinian hospital
Two IOF artillery shells slammed into the Wafa'a hospital east of Gaza city at dawn Wednesday severely damaging the ground floor, X-ray department and the laboratory, the hospital administration said in a press release.

The shelling also severed electricity, water and telephone lines, it said, strongly denouncing the act especially when the hospital serves hundreds of aged persons, wounded and handicapped.

Taser may have killed cat in California jail
The scandal-plagued Orange County Sheriff's Department is investigating whether jail staff used a Taser stun gun on a cat that was found dead on facility grounds.
"We are benefiting from one thing, and that is the attack on the Twin Towers and Pentagon, and the American struggle in Iraq," Ma'ariv quoted the former prime minister as saying. He reportedly added that these events "swung American public opinion in our favor."

FBI Caused Delay in Terror Case Ahead of Senate Testimony
Counterterrorism officials in FBI headquarters slowed an investigation into a possible conspirator in the 2005 London bombings by forcing a field agent to return documents acquired from a U.S. university. Why? Because the agent received the documents through a lawful subpoena, while headquarters wanted him to demand the records under the USA Patriot Act, using a power the FBI did not have, but desperately wanted.

About one percent of the Web pages being delivered on the Internet are being changed in transit, sometimes in a harmful way, according to researchers at the University of Washington.
Army Spc. Jason Hubbard was forced to leave the combat zone after his two brothers died in the Iraq war, but once at home the soldier faced another battle: The military cut off his family's health care, stopped his G.I. educational subsidies and wanted him to repay his sign-up bonus.

Florida Gov. Crist signs guns at work bill

Some travelers at key airports in New York and Los Angeles may be put through machines that see through clothing and provide a detailed image of a person's body beginning later this week.

Key terrorist trial witness 'talked to birds'

A key witness in the Melbourne trial of 12 alleged terrorists had a history of hearing voices in his head and claimed to communicate with birds, the Supreme Court has heard.

A federal judge declared another mistrial Wednesday against six men accused of plotting to spark an anti-government war by toppling Chicago's Sears Tower and bombing FBI offices.


Another frame-up collapses.

Now, I know you are tired of hearing that, but take a moment and consider something. After all these years of endless show trials of patsies, not one real terrorist guilty of an actual terror attack has been found, arrested, or jailed.

Now, with all the losers being arrested it stands to reason that sooner or later, even through sheer dumb luck, the authorities are going to trip over a real terrorist if any are out there. But it hasn't happened.

Is it possible that except for the "terrorists" (nudge nudge wink wink) who carried out 9-11, that there are no real terrorists threatening the country, and this is WHY the Homeland Security guys are trying to justify their budgets with these attempts to railroad the patsies into jail?

It's like the dog and pony show at the airports. Even the TSA's own testing shows that half of all terrorist bombs would get through the security gates to the airplanes, yet no planes are falling out of the skies, nor are discovered terrorists detonating themselves at the gates.

It's all a hoax.