Some alleged unseen photos from the 9/11 event have surfaced. They are supposedly from a NASA employee.
A new leak obtained exclusively by Al Jazeera shows Bin Laden's 'hidden life,' an investigation into AQ chief's life on the run. It "outlines how "routine" incompetence at every level of civil governance structure allowed the once world's most wanted man to move to six different locations within the country."
There's that incompetence meme again. The 'leaked' report is 337 pages and I haven't read much of it but I'm calling BS. It seems to prop up all the official stories and we're always trying to point the finger at Pakistan for their involvement in one thing or the other. Always remember that we want to break up this country into factions as well and
Also. on the bin Laden psyop..
The nation’s top special operations commander ordered military files about the Navy SEAL raid on Osama bin Laden’s hideout to be purged from Defense Department computers and sent to the CIA, where they could be more easily shielded from ever being made public.
Of course they can never be made public. It's one of those lies that just can't be leaked.
Spying on the lawyers of a 'terrorist' is AOK. Since everyone is a potential terrorist, this looks like an attempt to set a precedent that could be used against anyone who has to go to court. If the NSA has the phone calls, emails and the like of a defendant, why not allow prosecutors to take a look at them? Government logic.
A federal judge on Monday declined to temporarily block U.S. government agencies from conducting special surveillance on lawyers representing Osama bin Laden's son-in-law, which those lawyers view as illegal spying.
Even if the agencies monitor the communications of lawyers for Suleiman Abu Ghaith, "there isn't a shred of evidence" that prosecutors are privy to that information and using it to Abu Ghaith's disadvantage, U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan in Manhattan said at a hearing.
"There's just no reason to think that this occurred or that it will occur," Kaplan said.
"Suppose it is going on, and the prosecution team doesn't know anything about it, what's the harm to your client?" Kaplan asked in a sometimes heated debate.
Federal prosecutor John Cronan denied that the case against Abu Ghaith has been tainted by any surveillance program.
"Let me be perfectly clear, the prosecution team had absolutely no exposure" to communications among Abu Ghaith's lawyers, he said.
Kaplan will never allow anything contrary to the government's tale. Besides that, it seems that Abu Ghaith has some dubious lawyers. Calling this a show trial is an understatement.
Coup, coup, ca-choo
Can't call it a coup in Egypt. Can't cut off aid to the military. They have some more killing to do. More strife to foment.
♫ Breaking up is hard to do.♫
This act of rebranding, (the coup that wasn't) will guarantee the divide is widened amongst the people. Without it appearing to be tied to any western backed manipulations. On the surface. The discord will come straight from the people. Who because of the way they have been manipulated will very naturally feel cheated and resentful.
Therefore, the discord of the people will simply have to be dealt with by the western powers, who created the disenchantment in the first place. more from Penny
The War on Terror is a Fraud: How the West has Fostered Radical Islam and Actively Keeps it Alive
The people of the world are being lied to by those with an incentive to maintain militarism and hegemony. The first step towards dismantling the beast that has been created is to become informed and then inform.
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