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  • Fort Huachuca Officials Stop Four Russians at Main Gate

    05/07/2002 10:21:12 PM PDT · by HiJinx · 6 replies · 295+ views
    The Sierra Vista Herald Review ^ | May 7, 2002 | Bill Hess
    For Education and Discussion Only. This article is not posted on the Herald/Review web site, but was transcribed by the poster.One deliveryman was turned over to the INS, the other three released. FORT HUACHUCA – Of the four Russians who were stopped at the post’s Main Gate Monday morning attempting to drive a tractor-trailer truck on to the fort, one has been taken into custody by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service and the other three released, according to the installation’s spokeswoman. Fort officials first thought they were Arabs, and then Armenians, before they determined the men were Russians, LTC...
  • Bill Clinton claims he 'knows nothing' about Jeffrey Epstein's alleged child sex crimes

    07/08/2019 7:43:13 PM PDT · by Mariner · 70 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | July 8th, 2019 | by Julio Rosas
    The spokesman for former President Bill Clinton issued a statement Monday denying knowledge of the alleged child sex crimes for which Jeffrey Epstein was recently arrested. "President Clinton knows nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to in Florida some years ago, or those with which he has been recently charged in New York," the statement read. "In 2002 and 2003, President Clinton took a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein's airplane: One to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa, which included stops in connection with the work of the Clinton Foundation. Staff, supporters of...
  • Robert Hanssen Gets Ready for His Closeup

    05/04/2002 3:18:01 PM PDT · by GeneD · 12 replies · 201+ views ^ | 5/4/02 | Elaine Shannon
    The networks are already lining up commentators and staking out camera positions for the sentencing of renegade FBI agent Robert Hanssen, scheduled for next Friday, fifteen months after his arrest for espionage. But the confessed spy's long-anticipated day in court, originally slated for January, could be delayed a second time, according to government sources. The hitch: after debriefing Hanssen for months, FBI agents still aren't convinced he has told the whole truth about his role in what a blue ribbon commission recently called "possibly the worst intelligence disaster in U.S. history." Hanssen's lawyer, Plato Cacheris, insists his client has done...
  • Probe Faults FBI in Double Agent Case

    08/14/2003 10:55:32 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 3 replies · 220+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | August 14 2003 | CURT ANDERSON/AP
    WASHINGTON - One of the most damaging espionage cases in U.S. history was more the result of poor oversight by the FBI than master spying by Robert Hanssen, said a Justice Department report released Thursday. The FBI's deficiencies, including an almost blind trust in its own agents, enabled Hanssen to spy for the Soviet Union and Russia for more than two decades, according to the investigation by inspector general Glenn A. Fine. The report concluded that Hanssen, a top FBI counterespionage official, received little supervision and the bureau had few checks in place that would deter him from spying or...
  • Chelsea Clinton Collapses Outside of Embassy Club in London

    05/30/2002 9:41:35 AM PDT · by codebreaker · 270 replies · 1,058+ views
    The London Sun Newspaper ^ | May 30, 2002 | Photo Special- World Exclusive
    Drunken Chelsea Clinton staggers out of a nightspot-and collapses.Chelsea, 22 year old daughter of ex-President Bill Clinton, had to be CARRIED (into her car) by her American boyfriend Ian Klaus, 22.She then slumped into the back of the car.The pair, both students at Oxford University, had been boozing with pals at the Embassy Club in London's Mayfair.An onlooker said: 'Chelsea couldn't even stand or speak.'She was wasted.
  • Agent Wrote Memo to Spur Screening

    05/21/2002 7:54:18 PM PDT · by Dog Gone · 6 replies · 234+ views
    Associated Press ^ | Tuesday, May 21, 2002 | JOHN SOLOMON
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- The FBI agent who wrote a pre-Sept. 11 warning about Arab students at an Arizona flight school hoped his memo would lead to screenings of Middle Easterners who came to study U.S. airport operations, according to government officials familiar with his account. Agent Kenneth Williams testified behind closed doors Tuesday to lawmakers investigating what the government knew about terrorist threats before Sept. 11. Williams believed his information might provide a significant but prospective lead about Osama bin Laden's intentions, according to lawmakers and government officials familiar with his account. But Williams wrote his memo for terrorism experts...
  • Lawyer: Accused Man Knew of Attacks

    05/24/2002 1:03:26 PM PDT · by Dallas · 27 replies · 358+ views
    SAN DIEGO -- An Egyptian-born financial analyst charged in a nationwide stock swindle may have known about the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and tried to profit from them, a federal prosecutor said Friday. Amr I. "Tony" Elgindy telephoned his broker on Sept. 10 and asked him to liquidate his children's $300,000 trust account, Assistant U.S. Attorney Ken Breen told a federal judge at Elgindy's detention hearing. "He made a comment predicting the market would drop to 3,000" at a time when the Dow Jones stock index was at 9,600, Breen said. "Perhaps Mr. Elgindy had pre-knowledge of the Sept....
  • Bill Clinton Took Twice As Many Flights On ‘Pedophile Island’ Billionaire’s 'Lolita Express'....

    10/07/2016 9:38:13 PM PDT · by Mr. Mojo · 60 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | 05/14/2016 | Derek Hunter
    Jeffrey Epstein, the “billionaire pedophile” who was accused of keeping under aged girls as sex slaves on his private island, was long known to be friendly with former President Bill Clinton. The extent of that relationship, however, has never been made clear. But new records indicate the former leader of the free world was much cozier with Epstein than originally known. Records obtained by Fox News show that Clinton “was a much more frequent flyer on a registered sex offender’s infamous jet than previously reported, with flight logs showing the former president taking at least 26 trips aboard the ‘Lolita...
  • Bill Clinton’s shady friendships including with the Sultan of Brunei (Epstein’s jet)

    02/18/2015 2:44:35 AM PST · by Libloather · 10 replies
    As if Bill Clinton’s friendship with Jeffrey Epstein weren’t embarrassing enough, the two flew on Epstein’s jet in 2002 to meet with the Sultan of Brunei. Sultan Bolkiah, one of the richest men in the world, not only plans to execute homosexuals, but his brother, Prince Jefri, has been accused of duping American women into “white slavery.” The National Enquirer reports flight logs reveal Epstein — before he was arrested and jailed for soliciting teenage masseuses — picked up the former president at a Japanese naval airport and flew with him to Brunei on May 25, 2002.
  • FLASHBACK: May 27, 2002 -- Graham: We Had Same Info as Bush

    04/09/2004 11:37:39 AM PDT · by bigsky · 9 replies · 471+ views
    Human Events Online ^ | April 9, 2004 | David Freddoso
    [Editor's note: This article orginally appeared on the cover of the May 27, 2002, issue of HUMAN EVENTS.]Sen. Bob Graham (D.-Fla.), chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, told HUMAN EVENTS May 21 that his committee had received all the same terrorism intelligence prior to September 11 as the Bush administration. "Yes, we had seen all the information," said Graham. "But we didn't see it on a single piece of paper, the way the President did." Graham added that threats of hijacking in an August 6 memo to President Bush were based on very old intelligence that the committee had seen...
  • Not a Contemporary Piece of Information [8/6 PDB]

    04/10/2004 5:22:56 AM PDT · by Gothmog · 18 replies · 156+ views
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | 4/9/04 | James Taranto
    Ben-Veniste's rudeness was clear for all to see, but to understand just how dishonest was his line of questioning, look at this article from the May 27, 2002, issue of Human Events, a conservative Washington weekly: Sen. Bob Graham (D.-Fla.), chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, told HUMAN EVENTS May 21 that his committee had received all the same terrorism intelligence prior to September 11 as the Bush administration. "Yes, we had seen all the information," said Graham. "But we didn't see it on a single piece of paper, the way the President did." Graham added that threats of hijacking...
  • Debate on Arafat Stalls U.S. Policy, Aides to Bush Say

    05/25/2002 1:19:28 PM PDT · by GeneD · 13 replies · 199+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 5/25/02 (for editions of 5/26/02) | Patrick E. Tyler
    WASHINGTON, May 25 — An intense debate among President Bush and his top advisers over whether to press for the removal of Yasir Arafat as the leader of the Palestinian Authority has effectively frozen the nation's Middle East policy, according to some administration officials. It has also prompted George J. Tenet, the director of central intelligence, to delay his mission to the region until the policy is worked out. For more than two weeks, Mr. Bush and Secretary of State Colin L. Powell have said that Mr. Tenet will go to the Middle East to work to restructure Palestinian security...
  • Terror Informant for FBI Allegedly Targeted Agents

    01/19/2008 10:52:14 PM PST · by forkinsocket · 13 replies · 278+ views
    Washington Post ^ | January 19, 2008 | Josh White and Keith B. Richburg
    When U.S. authorities got their hands on terrorist Mohammed Mansour Jabarah in May 2002, he agreed to inform on some of the most influential al-Qaeda leaders. So instead of being sent to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, or a high-security CIA detention facility, Jabarah was housed with relatively lax security at Fort Dix, N.J., where he was allowed to watch television and movies, speak to his family in Canada by telephone, go for walks and even make his own meals, all under 24-hour FBI watch. That arrangement soon proved to be a major problem for the bureau. In court papers filed in...
  • BREAKING: 70 Drums of sodium cyanide found dumped in central Mexico

    05/29/2002 11:51:59 AM PDT · by The Energizer · 101 replies · 668+ views
    AP | May 29, 2002 | AP
    APNewsAlert MEXICO CITY Seventy drums of sodium cyanide found dumped in central Mexico, officials say.
  • Leader Of Libya Attack Linked To Obama Donor

    09/24/2012 5:07:37 AM PDT · by IbJensen · 15 replies
    Red State ^ | 9/21/2012
    As the administration’s false narrative about the events leading up to the sacking of our consulate in Benghazi and the killing of our ambassador continues to unravel, a sordid detail has come to light. The leader of the the attack is believed to be an alumnus of Guantanamo Bay who was released from custody via an anti-American left wing group headed by an Obama donor. First, the terrorist: Abu Sufian bin Qumu. Bin Qumu, according to his Guantanamo file, was picked up in Pakistan in early 2002 after being identified by the Libyan government (that would be the same government...
  • Other Groups, with Al Qaeda, Said to Threaten U.S.

    05/20/2002 8:33:38 AM PDT · by RCW2001 · 11 replies · 197+ views
    Other Groups, with Al Qaeda, Said to Threaten U.S. Last Updated: May 20, 2002 10:46 AM ET By Niala Boodhoo WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Islamic groups like Hizbollah and Egypt's Islamic Jihad could be planning to attack the United States and may be more able to do so than the al Qaeda network of Osama bin Laden, the Senate Intelligence Committee chairman said on Monday. "Our enemy is not al Qaeda alone," Sen. Bob Graham said on NBC's "Today" show, referring to the movement believed behind the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States that killed more than 3,000 people....
  • Global Warming Models Labeled 'Fairy Tale' By Team of Scientists

    05/14/2002 4:16:45 AM PDT · by kattracks · 49 replies · 5,563+ views ^ | 5/14/02 | Marc Morano
    Washington ( - A team of international scientists Monday said climate models showing global warming are based on a "fairy tale" of computer projections. The scientists met on Capitol Hill to expose what they see as a dearth of scientific evidence about global warming. Hartwig Volz, a geophysicist with the RWE Research Lab in Germany questioned the merit of the climate projections coming from the United Nations sponsored Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC.) The IPCC climate projections have fueled worldwide support for the Kyoto Protocol, which aims to restrict the greenhouse gases thought to cause global warming. Volz...
  • Barbara Hollingsworth: Fannie Mae owns patent on residential 'cap and trade' exchange

    04/21/2010 9:10:40 PM PDT · by givemELL · 63 replies · 1,539+ views
    The Examiner ^ | April 20, 2010 | Barbara Hollingsworth
    Fannie Mae Chief Executive Officer Franklin Raines, two of his top underlings and select individuals in the "green" movement were inventing a patented system to trade residential carbon credits. Patent No. 6904336 was approved by the U.S. Patent and Trade Office on Nov. 7, 2006 -- the day after Democrats took control of Congress. Former Sen. John Sununu, R-N.H., criticized the award at the time, pointing out that it had "nothing to do with Fannie Mae's charter, nothing to do with making mortgages more affordable." "It wasn't about mortgages. It was about greenbacks. The patent, which Fannie Mae confirmed it...
  • Ragged chorus flies Timor's tattered flag (touches on Iraq etc)

    05/30/2006 9:02:39 PM PDT · by Fair Go · 3 replies · 674+ views
    Daily Telegraph ^ | 30 May 2006 | Piers Akerman
    THE kumbaya crowd which pressed for East Timor's independence must shoulder much of the blame for the failure of its dysfunctional Government. But while the collective of liberation theologists and civil rights lawyers cheered Fretilin's Portugese-educated Marxist guerrilla leaders, the same candle-wavers protested against the toppling of the mass murdering Iraqi dictator, Saddam Hussein. Yet East Timor, with a population estimated at about one million, whose independence was internationally recognised on May 20, 2002, is now arguably in proportionately worse shape than Iraq, population 26 million, where the first election under its new constitution took place just last December. The...
  • Saudi paper: Detained al-Qaida suspects smuggled weapons from Yemen

    06/19/2002 3:22:30 AM PDT · by kattracks · 1 replies · 230+ views
    AP | 6/19/02 | JOHN R. BRADLEY
    JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia, Jun 19, 2002 (AP WorldStream via COMTEX) -- The weapons and explosives that detained al-Qaida suspects planned to use for terrorist attacks in Saudi Arabia were smuggled in from neighboring Yemen, a Saudi-owned newspaper reported Wednesday. The London-based Al-Hayat daily also said that one of the suspects, a Sudanese who is believed to be an al-Qaida cell leader, fled the kingdom through Iraq after firing an anti-aircraft missile at a U.S. warplane in Saudi Arabia in May. He apparently made his way to Sudan, which announced earlier this week he had been transferred from Sudan to...