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News Link  •  More about  Central Intelligence Agency
Covert CIA operations continue to grow
12-30-2005  •  Washington Post 
The effort President Bush authorized shortly after 9/11, to fight al Qaeda has grown into the largest CIA covert action program since the height of the Cold War, expanding in size and ambition despite a growing outcry at home and abroad over its clan 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
Iraqi policeman says torture is just how things are done
12-30-2005  •  NBC 
The police I consider honorable kill the terrorists they capture. If we brought them back to the station, they might to bribe their way out. (death squads) 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Whistleblowers
Sibel Edmonds Calls for National Security Officials to Step Forward as Whistleblowers
12-30-2005  •  Brad Blog 
Without whistleblowers the public would never know of the many abuses of constitutional rights by the government. Whistleblowers, Truth Tellers, are responsible for the disclosure that President Bush ordered unconstitutional surveillance of American 
Reported by Powell Gammill
Attorney For Freedom
News Link  •  More about  Media: Print
Farris Hassan's week off
12-30-2005  •  Associated Press 
At some point, Farris Hassan, a 16-year-old from Florida, realized that traveling to Iraq by himself was not the safest thing he could have done with his Christmas vacation. And he didn't even tell his parents. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Police State
Bloggers giving UK the finger and publishing secret documents
12-30-2005  •  BlairWatch (links galore) 
The UK government has been quick to deny that we practice, or tolerate the practice of Torture. So it is perhaps not suprising that they are determined that you should not see the following documents: 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
US frees Aussie from the hell of Abu Ghraib
12-30-2005  •  The Australian 
An Australian who travelled to Iraq to marry his cousin and ended up imprisoned in the notorious Abu Ghraib jail for "security reasons" has finally been released by the US military, after being held without charge for 2 years. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Bush Administration
Many ineligible businesses got 9/11 loans
12-30-2005  •  CNN 
Nearly $2 million for a doctor's office in Washington state; $725,000 to buy land in Florida, and $371,500 to buy land in Oregon are a few examples of questionable federal loans granted for businesses hurt by the 9/11 attacks, according to an off 
Reported by Powell Gammill
Free Talk Live
News Link  •  More about  Bush Administration
Finally the greatest story (not really) with pictures, can be told
12-29-2005  •  The Raw Story (with links to pictures) 
Images of models wearing masks to look like Queen Elizabeth, President George W. Bush, and Jacques Chirac having sex were removed from electronic billboards in Vienna 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Drugs and Medications
Flour in condoms sent her to jail
12-29-2005  •  Philadelphia Inquirer 
A college student spent 3 weeks in jail after a field test said she was carrying drugs. She filed a lawsuit. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Criminal Justice System
Terrorism convictions in US may be reviewed after illegal wiretap scandal
12-29-2005  •  New York Times 
Defence lawyers in several terrorism cases in the US are planning to appeal against the convictions of their clients on the ground that evidence may have been garnered from illegal wiretapping by a federal government surveillance agency. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Police State
CIA prisoner 'rendition' program began under Clinton
12-29-2005  •  Political Gateway 
The CIA's controversial "rendition" program to have terror suspects captured and questioned on foreign soil was launched under US president Bill Clinton, a former US counterterrorism agent told a German newspaper. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Internet
NSA uses banned data-tracking "cookies''
12-29-2005  •  Associated Press 
The NSA's Internet site has been placing files on visitors' computers that can track their Web surfing activity despite strict federal rules banning most of them. These files, known as ``cookies,'' disappeared after a privacy activist 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Police State
U.S. secret surveillance up sharply since Sept. 11
12-29-2005  •  Reuters 
Federal applications for a special U.S. court to authorize secret surveillance rose sharply after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, and the panel required changes to the requests at a even greater rate, government documents show. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
Attorney For Freedom
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
Shi'ite, Kurd leaders start to carve up the spoils
12-29-2005  •  Washington Times 
The Shi'ite religious bloc leading Iraq's parliamentary elections held talks yesterday with Kurdish leaders about who should get the top 12 government jobs, as thousands of Sunni Arabs and secular Shi'ites protested what they say was a ta 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Criminal Justice System
U.S. Defends Conduct in Padilla Case
12-29-2005  •  Associated press 
Prosecutors denied any attempt to avoid the Supreme Court and said they had narrowed the charges against Padilla because elaborating on the original allegations would compromise intelligence "sources or methods. There is nothing remotely siniste 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Police State
Earlier Wiretap Accusations
12-29-2005  •  AntiWar.com Blog 
There were accusations by Governor Richardson (D-NM) that the NSA was monitoring his telephone calls at the request of John Bolton, then Under-Secretary of State for arms control and international security. A later article listed a chain of allegatio 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Police State
TSA uses talk as tactic
12-28-2005  •  USA Today (additional link also)(kudos Mike Ross) 
The Transportation Security Administration plans to train screeners at 40 major airports next year to pick out possible terrorists by engaging travelers in a casual conversation to detect whether a person appears nervous or evasive and needs extra sc 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  World News
Putin aide quits, saying Russia is no longer free
12-28-2005  •  Daily Telegraph (kudos Jim Peron) 
Andrei Illarionov, the economic adviser to President Vladimir Putin who resigned yesterday, was the only Kremlin figure ready to criticise its more draconian policies in public. He often made life uncomfortable for Mr Putin by questioning the Kremlin 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Media: Internet
CBS To Stream Own Shows, Others' Too
12-28-2005  •  by Wayne Friedman 
CBS IS EXPANDING ITS WEB site venues for its prime-time programming--as well as making Internet deals for shows it doesn't own. 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  United Nations
More on NSA Spying on UN Diplomats in Push for Invasion of Iraq
12-28-2005  •  by Norman Solomon (Huffington Post) 
Despite all the news accounts and punditry since the NY Times published its bombshell about the NSA’s domestic spying, the media coverage has made virtually no mention of the fact that the Bush administration used the NSA to spy on UN diplomats befor 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Space Travel and Exploration
European satellite launch challenges GPS
12-28-2005  •  Reuters - By Richard Balmforth 
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The European Union launched its first Galileo navigation satellite on Wednesday, moving to challenge the United States' Global Positioning System (GPS). 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Police State
Pentagon snooping fits CA national guard pattern
12-28-2005  •  San Mateo County Times 
The Pentagon had assembled a database listing "threats" from domestic protesters, including Quakers. That revelation prompted state Sen. Joseph Dunn, investigating similar efforts by the California National Guard, to call for a state law ba 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
Many Iraqi soldiers see a civil war on the horizon
12-28-2005  •  Knight Ridder 
"If the Kurds want to separate from Iraq it's OK, as long as they keep their present boundaries," said Sgt. Hazim Aziz, an Arab soldier. "But there can be no conversation about them taking Kirkuk. ... If it becomes a matter of figh 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Police State
Defense attorneys want illegally obtained evidence thrown out in terror trials
12-28-2005  •  New York Times 
Defense lawyers in some of the country's biggest terrorism cases say they plan to bring legal challenges to determine whether the NSA used illegal wiretaps against several dozen Muslim men tied to Al Qaeda. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
Will Kurds be the first to trigger the civil war in Iraq?
12-28-2005  •  Knight Ridder 
Kurdish leaders have inserted more than 10,000 of their militia members into the Iraqi army to lay the groundwork to swarm south, seize the oil-rich city of Kirkuk and possibly half of Mosul, Iraq's third-largest city, and secure the borders of a 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
White House wants Sahara Desert as new front for war on terror
12-28-2005  •  Big News Network 
The U.S. government reportedly plans to spend $500 million over five years to make the Sahara Desert a vast new front in its war on terrorism. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
Baghdad prisoner kills 20 with rifle stolen from guard
AN inmate in a Baghdad prison grabbed a rifle from a guard today and opened fire, killing up to 20 people. 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Economy - Economics USA
'Inversion' in Bond Rates Hits Stocks
12-28-2005  •  By Tom Petruno, LA Times Staff Writer 
The yield on the 10-year Treasury note drops to a level at or below those of shorter-term securities, in what may foreshadow an economic slump. 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Energy
Former Enron Accountant Strikes Plea Deal
12-28-2005  •  Associated Press 
Richard Causey, Enron Corp.'s former chief accountant, is expected on Wednesday to plead guilty to at least one criminal charge related to the energy trader's collapse 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Central Intelligence Agency
CIA polices itself on renditions when caught
12-27-2005  •  AssociatedPress 
The CIA's independent watchdog is investigating fewer than 10 cases where terror suspects may have been mistakenly swept away to foreign countries by the spy agency, a figure lower than published reports but enough to raise some concerns. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
Free Talk Live
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