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Date Sent: 2007-10-06
Freedom's Phoenix Headline News for Saturday, October 6, 2007
 
NYC seeks immunity from Sept. 11 suits -- El Paso proposes checkpoints

24 illegal song downloads cost US woman $220,000 -- Don't court-martial me twice -- Topps Meat goes out of business after recall -- Armed police who shot Menezes 'were warned of lethal tactics' -- On Giuliani: "He’s crazy enough to Nuke Iran" -- Californian cities vote on smoking ban -- Subdued Thompson begs for applause -- Failing to show your papers -- Browns in custody -- Video of arrest of woman killed a Phoenix airport -- MISH: September Jobs - Crisis Averted? -- Bush official under investigation -- Mystery surrounds death of US solider -- Cartels outgun the law at AZ border -- CIA detention program remains active -- Democrats cave again -- Jury gives $6.1M to woman in strip hoax -- Judge violate First Amendment, censors TV station
 

Tax evaders in custody, marshall says News Link  •  TAXES: Federal
Tax evaders in custody, marshall says
10-05-2007  •  Concord Monitor 
The Browns vowed never to be taken alive, but U.S. Marshal Stephen Monier said yesterday that both Browns were arrested without incident on their property around 7:45 p.m.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Ernest Hancock
Income Tax Challengers Arrested News Link  •  TAXES: Federal
Income Tax Challengers Arrested
10-05-2007  •  Associated Press 
A couple convicted of tax evasion charges during a show trial where they were prevented from presenting evidence in their own defense, were reportedly arrested peacefully at their Plainfield NH home Thursday night.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
The Arizona Breakfast Club & Arizona Ron Paul Meetup this Sat. at PV Coco's Feature Article  •  Events: Arizona
The Arizona Breakfast Club & Arizona Ron Paul Meetup this Sat. at PV Coco's
Ernest Hancock
   The ABC and the local Ron Paul Meetups are getting together this Sat. to examine how the Arizona Republican Party process works, dates, deadlines, issues, activities, future plans, student involvement at the high schools and universities.
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Double US air strike kills 25 in Iraq News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Double US air strike kills 25 in Iraq
10-5-2007  •  AFP 
A double US air strike on an Iraqi village killed around 25 suspected Iranian-linked insurgents on Friday, the military said, with Iraqi officials claiming women and children were among the dead.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
24 illegal song downloads cost US woman $220,000 News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
24 illegal song downloads cost US woman $220,000
10-5-2007  •  AP 
In the first US trial to challenge the illegal downloading of music on the Internet, a single mother from Minnesota was ordered Thursday to pay more-than-$220,000 for sharing 24 songs online.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
US judges in danger News Link  •  Conspiracies
US judges in danger
10-5-2007  •  Raw Story 
US judges aren't being adequately protected from potential threats to their lives, according to a new report from the Justice Department which comes little more than two years after family members of a Chicago judge were murdered.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Don't court-martial me twice News Link  •  Military
Don't court-martial me twice
10-5-2007  •  USA Today 
A Fort Lewis soldier charged with refusing to deploy to Iraq asked a federal court Wednesday to bar his upcoming court-martial, saying the Army is violating his constitutional rights by trying him twice for the same crime.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Topps Meat goes out of business after recall News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Topps Meat goes out of business after recall
10-5-2007  •  Reuters 
Topps Meat Co LLC announced it was going out of business, crushed by the recall of 21.7 million pounds of beef linked to 30 cases of E. coli-related illness. "In one week we have gone from the largest U.S. manufacturer of frozen hamburgers to a  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Dilbert for President News Link  •  Humor
Dilbert for President
10-5-2007  •  Scott Adam's blog 
As president, I would solve all the world’s problems by creating a reality TV show where think tanks compete for the best solutions to everything from health care to energy policy to immigration. The judges would be experts who help viewers sort the  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
McCain on Marijuana News Link  •  Eugenics
McCain on Marijuana
10-5-2007  •  Youtube (video) 
He complains that questions about marijuana keep following him around.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
NYC seeks immunity from Sept. 11 suits News Link  •  TERRORISM
NYC seeks immunity from Sept. 11 suits
10-5-2007  •  AP 
A federal appeals court panel suggested that the city is not immune from liability in 8,000 cases accusing it and others of failing to properly protect workers cleaning up the World Trade Center site after the 2001 terrorist attacks.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Husband desperately tried to warn authorities not to leave his wife alone at Sky Harbor News Link  •  Arizona's Top News
Husband desperately tried to warn authorities not to leave his wife alone at Sky Harbor
1-5-2007  •  Arizona Republic 
On the same afternoon that Phoenix police arrested a hysterical woman at Sky Harbor International Airport, her husband in New York placed repeated, urgent phone calls to airport authorities, warning them that his wife was suicidal and should not be l  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Armed police who shot Menezes 'were warned of lethal tactics' News Link  •  Police State
Armed police who shot Menezes 'were warned of lethal tactics'
10-5-2007  •  The Independent 
The armed police who shot Jean Charles de Menezes were briefed hours beforehand they would be using "unusual" lethal tactics and would only be deployed if officers on the ground believed they were dealing with a suicide bomber who was "  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Coulter on Giuliani:  News Link  •  Eugenics
Coulter on Giuliani: "He’s crazy enough to Nuke Iran"
10-5-2007  •  Crooks & Liars (video) 
Coulter: ….and also he seems sort of crazy enough that he’d nuke Iran and that warms our hearts and at this point its been years since an ex-wife has appeared on Vagina Monologues.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Californian cities vote on smoking ban in apartments News Link  •  Bill of Rights
Californian cities vote on smoking ban in apartments
10-5-2007  •  The Independent 
Two California cities are pushing anti-smoking legislation to previously unseen limits by banning tenants from lighting up inside apartment buildings.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Subdued Thompson Stirs Few Sparks on Stump News Link  •  Eugenics
Subdued Thompson Stirs Few Sparks on Stump
10-5-2007  •  NY Times 
Fred Thompson brought his remarks to a close with a nod of his head and an expression of thanks to Iowans for allowing him to “give my thoughts about some things.” Then he stood face to a face with a silent audience. “Can I have a round of applause?”  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Canario arrest triggers instant protest at NH jail News Link  •  Activism
Canario arrest triggers instant protest at NH jail
10-05-2007  •  The Ridley Report 
New Hampshire Free Stater's arrive at the jail holding Lauren Canario to protest and demonstrate on her behalf after being arrested for failing to show her papers on demand. Several cops try and intimidate the protestors to little effect.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
Barbershop owner shoots himself at council meeting after losing zoning case News Link  •  Property Rights
Barbershop owner shoots himself at council meeting after losing zoning case
10-06--2007  •  Leaf Chronicle 
A self-inflicted gunshot during Thursday's City Council meeting ended a life, a business and years of public meetings at 108 Public Square.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
Failing to show your papers results in a multitude of charges News Link  •  Police State
Failing to show your papers results in a multitude of charges
10-05-2007  •  NH Underground 
This video shows a roadside stop where no less than three cops are called to assist with the arrest of Lauren Canario for failing to show her papers during a roadside stop in New Hampshire. Additional charges are fabricated in the process.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
Judge refuses to block NASA background checks News Link  •  Bush Administration
Judge refuses to block NASA background checks
10-05-2007  •  Space.com 
A federal judge denied a request Wednesday by more than two dozen workers at one of NASA's research labs to block a Bush administration directive requiring background checks and access to personal information.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
DC Forum drowns out Paul's speech with music News Link  •  Eugenics
DC Forum drowns out Paul's speech with music
10-5-2007  •  MSNBC 
After Giuliani spoke for nearly 25 minutes, Ron Paul, who may have earned his time to speak with this quarter's fund raising, took the stage. Speaking for just over 10 minutes, Paul was then cut off by the stage music -- a tactic usually reserved  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
Video of arrest of woman killed at Phoenix airport News Link  •  Arizona's Top News
Video of arrest of woman killed at Phoenix airport
10-5-2007  •  Mark Yannone (video) 
When Carol Anne Gotbaum arrived at her departure gate at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport she was told that she was too late to board her flight. She began yelling. Her arrest was captured by three video cameras. This is one of them.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
September Jobs - Crisis Averted? News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
September Jobs - Crisis Averted?
10-5-2007  •  MISH: Global Economic Analysis 
The September jobs report was weak but certainly not a disaster. The baseline number was +110,000 but 37,000 of those were govt jobs. In addition 33,000 goods producing jobs were lost. 18,000 of those were manufacturing. With this jobs report the Fed  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Mike Shedlock
Bush official, friend under investigation News Link  •  Corruption
Bush official, friend under investigation
10-05-2007  •  ABC News Blog 
A Bush adminstration cabinet secretary is facing multiple federal investigations about whether he lied to Congress when he vowed he never intervened in contracting awards at his department, according to a new repot.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
Mystery surrounds death of US solider News Link  •  Conspiracies
Mystery surrounds death of US solider
10-05-2007  •  ABC News 
There is a new mystery in Afghanistan and at its heart is the death of a US soldier and the family she left behind. Top lawmakers have gotten involved and are seeking answers from the Pentagon about Ciara Durkin and details surrounding her death.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
Cartels outrun, outgun the law at AZ border News Link  •  Drug War
Cartels outrun, outgun the law at AZ border
10-05-2007  •  Arizona Republic 
Maj. George Harris watches from a front-row seat the increasingly sophisticated world of Mexican drug cartels as he skims has National Guard helicopter 200 feet above the southern Arizona desert. Harris commands an aviation unit  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
CIA detention program remaines active News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
CIA detention program remaines active
10-05-2007  •  Reuters 
A secret CIA overseas detention program revealed by President George W. Bush last year remains active and has held at least one al Qaeda militant since the, a US official said on Thursday. The official confirmed the detention as the White House skir  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
DHS injects itself with DDoS News Link  •  Homeland Security
DHS injects itself with DDoS
10-05-2007  •  Eweek 
The Dept of Homeland Security self-inflicted what one observer called a mini distributed denial of service, with a reported mass of more the 2.2 million messages stuffing the inboxes of the nation's security experts. All this is simply due to th  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
Democrats cave again.  What a shock!!!! News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
Democrats cave again. What a shock!!!!
10-05-2007  •  Raw Story 
After a stalemate of over two years, the Senate passed the 2008 Intelligence Authorization bill Wednesday, with Democrats ceding a key provision regarding pre-war Iraq intelligence that Republicans had decried.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
Open letter to the pro-gun community News Link  •  Gun Rights
Open letter to the pro-gun community
10-05-2007  •  Gun Owners of America 
It may be a cliche, but it is true: This letter is written not in anger, but in sorrow and concern. It is written to our friends about NRA staff who, tragically, have taken a course which, we believe, would be disastrous for the Second Amendment  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Jean Carbonneau
 Jury gives $6.1M to woman in strip hoax News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
Jury gives $6.1M to woman in strip hoax
10-5-2007  •  AP 
A jury awarded $6.1 million to a woman who was forced to strip in a McDonald's back office at the behest of a caller posing as a police officer. A Florida man, David Stewart, was charged with making the hoax phone call but acquitted last summer.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
A liberal's lament: The NRA might be right after all

News Link  •  Gun Rights
A liberal's lament: The NRA might be right after all
10-5-2007  •  by Jonathan Turley (USA Today) 
Principle is a terrible thing, because it demands not what is convenient but what is right. It is hard to read the Second Amendment and not honestly conclude that the Framers intended gun ownership to be an individual right. It is true ........  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Geoffrey Hayes
El Paso proposes illegal law enforcement  checkpoints News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
El Paso proposes illegal law enforcement checkpoints
10-05-2007  •  El Paso Times 
The Border Security Council helping Texas Gov. Rick Perry decide how to distribute about $100 million in border security money is proposing permanent southbound police checks to help reduce car thefts and other crimes in El Paso.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
Judge violate First Amendment, censors TV station News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
Judge violate First Amendment, censors TV station
10-05-2007  •  Boston Herald 
At the urging of a local firefighters union, a Massachusetts superior court judge blocked a TV station from running a story regarding autopsy results showing the presence of alcohol & drugs present in two firemen killed while battling a blaze.  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Terry Bressi
Deputies compete in arrest contests News Link  •  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
Deputies compete in arrest contests
10-4-2007  •  LA Times 
One recent competition, described in an Sheriff's Department e-mail "Operation Any Booking." The object was to arrest as many people as possible within a 24-hour period. "Operation Vehicle Impound," aimed at seizing as many ca  Read Full Story
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Reported by: Powell Gammill
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