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Two years after his release, the Lockerbie bomber is still alive and kicking and claims he was a victim of a conspiracy

July 26, 2011

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They must have some great health care in Libya given this man was only supposed to have three months to live when he was released from a Scottish prison: Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, the ailing Lockerbie bomber freed by Scotland nearly two years ago, showed up on Libyan TV Tuesday at a pro-government rally in Tripoli.[…]   The British […]

In search of……..Bin Laden’s body

June 12, 2011

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The story is from San Diego 6. So far, we’ve had “truthers” and “birthers.”  I guess this man could be called a “deather.” SAN DIEGO – A Fallbrook man set to retrieve Osama Bin Laden’s remains from an underwater grave speaks out about his endeavor.  67-year old Bill Warren is confident in his groups quest and […]

Four Muslim terror suspects beat Religious Education teacher in London, leave him for dead

May 26, 2011

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Here’s something that’s not so politically correct so you won’t be reading in the main stream media here in the U.S.  The story is from The Telegraph: The Security Service had placed a listening device in a car driven by one of the men as part of an investigation into a suspected terrorist network in […]

Spokesman for Louis Farrakhan detained in Guyana on drug and terrorism suspicions

May 19, 2011

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U.S. Muslim cleric, Akbar Muhammad, has been detained in Guyana on suspicions of involvement with drugs and terrorism.  Officers raided the Princess Hotel in the capital of Georgetown and took Muhammad to the department’s headquarters for questioning, said Seelal Persaud, assistant police commissioner. “Based on the information we have, he is involved in drugs and terrorism,” Persaud told […]

Hasan’s lawyer argues against death penalty for his client

May 19, 2011

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I can understand a lawyer trying to avoid the death penalty for his client; it’s what he’s paid to do. But in cases like this one, where the evidence is so overwhelming  that there will be little room left for leniency, the  lawyer for the Fort Hood shooter has resorted to grasping at straws to find a reason to […]

Napolitano admits that an Al Qaeda-Zetas partnership is a “concern,” but don’t worry because they’re on it; Update: “Weapons of mass effect” already found?

February 9, 2011

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Imagine my surprise when I finally read that Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano actually does “get it” when it comes to securing the border with Mexico.  It’s not so much about illegal immigrants coming here to work, but more about keeping out terrorists who may try to sneak into the country and do us harm:  Napolitano […]

Radical Islamic cleric tries to sneak into the U.S. Why is anyone surprised?

January 27, 2011

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Maybe he was just coming to America to do a job ordinary Americans won’t do, like preach radical jihad. From the L.A. Times: U.S. border authorities have arrested a controversial Muslim cleric who was deported from Canada to Tunisia three years ago and was caught earlier this month trying to sneak into California inside the trunk […]