Thursday, August 14, 2008


Gunman Kills Arkansas Democratic Party Chairman

13 Aug 2008 Bill Gwatney, the chairman of the Arkansas Democratic Party, was shot in his office in Little Rock Wednesday morning and died a few hours later, police officials said. The officials said a single gunman fired three shots at Mr. Gwatney, a former state legislator, in the party’s headquarters a few blocks from the state Capitol and then drove away. The suspect, driving a Chevrolet pickup truck, was chased south for about 25 miles by police officers and was shot after he was stopped [!], said Lt. Terry Hastings of the Little Rock Police Department.

Denver Determined Not to Let Piss and Shit Spoil Its Convention
Indecision 2008 (satire) - 35 minutes ago
The City of Denver is taking all measures to silence the legions of doubters who predict the upcoming Democratic National Convention will be ransacked by ...
City creates holding facility at warehouse for DNC - 10 hours ago
Aug 13, 2008 10:29 PM (1 mins ago) AP DENVER (Map, News) - Denver authorities are preparing for mass arrests during the Democratic National Convention by ...
‘Gitmo On The Platte’ Set As Holding Cell For DNC
Infoshop News - 16 hours ago
DENVER – CBS4 News has learned if mass arrests happen at the Democratic Convention, those taken into custody will be jailed in a warehouse owned by the City ...

New York Post, NY - 7 hours ago
Since Denver's jails have few vacancies these days, the city has had to create the makeshift holding cells for protesters and other Democratic Party ...
Tickets to Obama's Convention Speech Come With Strings Attached
FOXNews - 16 hours ago
Protesters are calling the warehouse essentially "Gitmo." And one demonstrator says it is "very reminiscent of a political prisoner camp. ...
Protesters Protest Pen Plan for Protests
PoliGazette, Netherlands - 17 hours ago
Not content with the over-the-top moniker “Gitmo on the Platte”, however, protesters are driven to new heights of hyperbole in their outrage: “That’s how ...

Pound of cyanide found in room where man died

13 Aug 2008 About a pound of highly toxic sodium cyanide was found in a hotel room where a man's body was discovered, authorities said Wednesday. The Denver medical examiner was still awaiting test results to determine what killed Saleman Abdirahman Dirie, of Ottawa. Dirie's body was found Monday in The Burnsley All Suite Hotel. Fire officials said they found a bottle of the white powder in Dirie's room. Police said Wednesday it was cyanide. Cyanide can be mixed with certain acids to produce extremely lethal cyanide gas, according to the Department of Justice. Investigators have not said how long Dirie had been in Denver or whether anyone [such as Cheney's anthrax henchmen?] had accompanied him. [The Burnsley All Suite Hotel is listed in the '2008 DNC Accomodations Guide' under 'Denver Hotels, Rentals, Working Space and Temporary Headquarters for 2008 DNC visitors.' It's 1.74 miles from Denver's INVESCO Field at Mile High, where Barack Obama is scheduled to accept the Democratic nomination for president.]

'Authorities haven't said why he was in Denver.' Cyanide poisoning probed in Denver 13 Aug 2008 Denver police say they have found no evidence of terrorism in cyanide poisoning of a visitor [Saleman Abdiraham Dirie] less than two weeks before the Democratic National Convention. ABC's "Good Morning America" reported Wednesday that while investigators haven't found indications that foul play or terrorism were involved in Dirie's death, the FBI has joined the case. Cyanide is a fast-acting poison that can be used as an ingredient in a chemical weapon.

US says the next war will be all in our minds
Register, UK - 2 hours ago
By Joe Fay → More by this author The US needs to draft in psychopharmacologists, neuroscientists and even goateed cultural studies experts to fight 21 ...

Neuroscience teaches spooks new tricks
New Scientist (subscription), UK - 5 hours ago
Functional neurological imaging isn't up to mind reading or lie detection yet, but combining it with other neurological techniques might hold hope for ...

Future wars 'to be fought with mind drugs', United Kingdom - 4 hours ago
Future wars could see opponents attacking each other's minds, according to a report for the US military. By Jon Swaine Landmines releasing brain-altering ...

Understanding of the brain could transform battlefield of the future, UK - 17 hours ago
Rapid advances in neuroscience could have a dramatic impact on national security and the way in which wars are fought, intelligence officials have been told ...

Uncle Sam Wants Your Brain
Wired News - 19 hours ago
By Brandon Keim August 13, 2008 | 3:16:08 PMCategories: Brain, Cognition, Human 2.0, Military Drugs that make soldiers want to fight. ...

FBI to get freer rein to look for terrorism suspects
13 Aug 2008 Attorney General Michael Mukasey confirmed plans Wednesday to loosen post-Watergate restrictions on the FBI's national security and criminal investigations, saying the changes were necessary to improve the bureau's ability to detect terrorists. Mukasey said he expected criticism of the new rules because "they expressly authorize the FBI to engage in intelligence collection inside the United States." However, he said the criticism would be misplaced because the bureau has long had authority to do so.

Military Stashing 'Martial Law' supplies in Abandoned Wallyworld's as Future NWO Detention Centers.

AMC and DLA partner to test Wal-Mart resupply procedures

The Army Materiel Command (AMC) and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) have formed a partnership that seeks to improve their resupply operations by following the vendor system used by retail giant Wal-Mart.

Under a collaborative approach known as "co-managed inventory," Wal-Mart shares inventory and sales information with its vendors and allows some of them to recommend resupply strategies to the retail chain. A Wal-Mart proprietary system called "Retail Link" permits vendors to access information on Wal-Mart sales and inventory of the items they supply.

Texas could get new adult prisons without building them

Old Wal-Marts linger empty

The News & Observer (Raleigh)
The massive building sits abandoned behind hundreds of empty parking spaces at the Hillsborough Commons shopping center. ... They also make Wal-Mart more money, said James F. Smith, professor of finance at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Military to Urge Suppliers to Adopt Radio ID Tags


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