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FBI director admits domestic use of drones

FBI Director Robert Mueller

FBI Director Robert Mueller The FBI uses drones for domestic surveillance purposes, the head of the agency told Congress early Wednesday. Robert Mueller, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, confirmed to lawmakers that the FBI owns several unmanned aerial vehicles, but has not adopted any strict policies or …

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9/11 victims families can now legally sue Saudi Arabia

September 11 victims families can now legally sue Saudi Arabia

Reps. Walter B. Jones, (R-N.C.), and Stephen Lynch, (D-Mass.), filed a bi-partisan resolution asking President Obama to declassify 28 redacted pages of the 9/11 report, which reportedly contains evidence that links Saudi officials to the 9/11 hijackers. According to former Florida Sen. Bob Graham and former Chairman of the Senate Select Intelligence …

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Accused pedophile Prince Andrew avoids facing trial

Prince Andrew accused pedophile

Allegations that a 17-year-old was forced to have sex with Britain’s Prince Andrew, which prompted a crisis at Buckingham Palace earlier this year, have been removed from a federal court case by a judge in the US. Judge Kenneth Marra ordered Virginia Roberts’s accusations about Andrew, the Duke of York, …

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White House wins fight to keep drone killings of Americans secret

A federal judge issued a 75-page ruling on Wednesday that declares that the US Justice Department does not have a legal obligation to explain the rationale behind killing Americans with targeted drone strikes. United States District Court Judge Colleen McMahon wrote in her finding this week that the Obama administration …

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Whistleblower: HSBC still laundering money for terrorists, drug cartels

HSBC drugs and terrorism financing

Big banks are apparently too big to jail, even when they bankroll terrorists and drug cartels, while regular people fill the prisons in the world’s largest drug population for mostly non-violent drug offences. As a former Anti-Money Laundering Officer at HSBC, Everett Stern was arguably never actually supposed to catch money …

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The whistleblower who cost JPMorgan $9 billion speaks out

JPMorgan whistleblower Alayne Fleischmann

A whistleblower whose evidence prompted one of America’s biggest banks to pay out $9 billion to avoid federal prosecution has spoken out for the first time about her battle to reveal the truth. Alayne Fleischmann was a lawyer with JP Morgan in 2006 who tried to alert her managers to …

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FBI: Questioning 9/11 makes you a potential terrorist

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A Department of Justice memo instructs local police, under a program named “communities against terrorism,” to consider anyone who harbors “conspiracy theories” about 9/11 to be a potential terrorist. The memo thus adds 9/11-official-story skeptics to a growing list of targets described by federal law enforcement to be security threats, …

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George Soros-linked voting machines may be used to rig US election

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Concern is growing over revelations that voting machines in a significant number of states could be linked to a company tied directly to billionaire leftist George Soros and his personal quest to create a nationless, borderless global state. The U.K.-based Smartmatic company posted a flow-chart on its website that it had provided voting …

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Guantanamo attorney dead in apparent suicide

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An American lawyer representing detainees at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp has been found dead in an apparent suicide. The body of Andy P. Hart, a 38-year-old US federal public defender, was found last week with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. According to Truthout, an investigative blog, news of the attorney’s death …

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Russia’s GDP shrinks 4.6% due to oil prices and sanctions

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Russia’s economy suffered a 4.6-percent fall in GDP in the second quarter of 2015 against the same period last year, the worst performance in six years, according to official statistics. A collapse in oil prices and Western sanctions were largely to blame, however improvement is forecast in 3Q of 2015. …

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CrossFit ditches Facebook and Instagram, citing privacy concerns

CrossFit ditches Facebook Instagram privacy concerns

CrossFit, the popular fitness and lifestyle program with a cult-like following, broke up with Facebook and Instagram on Friday, citing security and privacy concerns. CrossFit, Inc., which boasts 15,000 affiliates and millions of followers, said it was investigating alleged security problems and opposed what it called Facebook’s overwhelming influence on”the marketplace of public thought,” the …

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US drone strike kills 8 in Pakistani school, 5 children dead

The US breaks its promises so quick with Pakistan it’s scarcely worth mentioning them in the first place.  Just hours after a promise not to launch any more drone strikes against Pakistan for the duration of their peace talks with the Taliban, a US drone pounded a religious school in Hangu. The attack …

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Washington planned Boston bombings: US House Representative

Stella Tremblay

The US government is responsible for the Boston Marathon twin bombings which killed three people and left hundreds wounded, says a US politician. US State Republican Stella Tremblay of New Hampshire said on April 19 that the Boston Marathon twin bombings and subsequent search for suspects was a plot by …

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Tens of thousands protest in Mexico against election fraud

At least 32,000 protesters marched through Mexico City on Sunday to protest the “imposition” of the new president. They accuse president-elect Enrique Pena Nieto, a member of the old ruling party, of electoral fraud. Protesters have dubbed the country’s TV giant Televisa a “factory of lies.” Demonstrators marching through to …

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Relatives of US citizens killed by drones in Yemen sue Pentagon and CIA

Drone Hellfire Missile

Relatives of three US citizens killed in non-UN sanctioned US assassination drone strikes in Yemen have sued senior officials at the US Defense Department and the CIA. According to the lawsuit filed on Wednesday, the killings of US-born Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, his 16-year-old son Abdulrahman al-Awlaki and naturalized US …

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Australia will be a casualty of the currency wars

Australian money currency

The world’s most powerful nations are sitting on zero interest rates and printing money to get their currencies down, and there’s very little Australia can do about it, writes Alan Kohler. The currency war will be on in earnest in 2013 as the United States, Europe, Japan and China all …

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Silver headed to $75-$125/oz. in 1-2 years

My experience and the charts tell me that silver prices are likely to head to $75 to $125/oz. in the next one to two years.  That’s about a 150% to 230% gain for those who buy silver under $30/oz. The reason why is that we are in a bull market …

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Why are the world’s wealthiest people buying gold?

George Soros gold elite world's wealthiest people

By Filip Karinja Seen as a wealth preservation asset during hard economic times and used as a monetary metal for thousands of years, gold is once again on the radar for the world’s elite. Gold is seen as a low risk safety asset and investors tend to shift their portfolio …

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