TAOS, N.M. (Reuters) – Five residents of a New Mexico compound were arrested on Friday by the FBI for violating firearms and conspiracy laws in what one of their lawyers described as a “bad development” for the group, who are accused of planning anti-government attacks.
Jany Leveille, 35; Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40; Hujrah Wahhaj, 37; Subhanah Wahhaj, 35; and Lucas Morton, 40, were charged in criminal complaints filed in U.S. District Court in New Mexico, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said in a statement. Continue reading “FBI arrests New Mexico compound members on new charges”
Pink Floyd ex-frontman Roger Waters took aim at the controversial White Helmets group, and spoke about censorship on Facebook and other social media platforms during an interview with RT’s Sophie Shevardnadze.
Waters told the host of SophieCo that he would offer his full support to the White Helmets if he saw that the organization was actually involved in helping victims of the Syrian conflict. But “all the evidence points to the fact that that is not the reality,” he said. Commenting on the Oscar-winning documentary about the supposed humanitarian group, Waters quipped: “Have you ever seen anything so obviously scripted and carefully shot?” Continue reading “Roger Waters takes aim at ‘scripted’ White Helmets, Facebook censorship in talk with RT”
Vanessa Marquez, who starred on “ER” as nurse Wendy Goldman, was shot and killed by South Pasadena, California, police in her home on Thursday, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said. The 49-year-old actress pointed what appeared to be a handgun at officers before they shot her, the sheriff’s department said in a statement.
South Pasadena police officers conducting a welfare check in an apartment complex Thursday afternoon found Marquez having seizures, the sheriff’s department said. In a press conference, Lt. Joe Mendoza of the sheriff’s department’s homicide bureau told reporters that Marquez was “gravely disabled,” according to the South Pasadenan. Continue reading “Vanessa Marquez, former “ER” star, shot dead by police”
Moody’s downgraded Ford‘s credit rating to one notch above junk bond status Wednesday and warned that it could be further cut as the Detroit automaker struggles overseas and invests an estimated $11 billion on a turnaround plan.
The second-largest U.S. auto manufacturer is facing weakening profit margins in North America, a retrenching business in China, and losses in South America and Europe, at least some of which could continue to worsen, Moody’s said in a research note. Continue reading “Moody’s downgrades Ford’s credit rating to one notch above junk bond status”
The suppression of a documentary produced by Qatar-funded Al Jazeera about Israeli influence in Washington demonstrates the incredible power and influence wielded by the Israel lobby, journalist Max Blumenthal told RT.
A two-minute clip from the censored documentary was recently leaked to Blumenthal, who published it on his independent news site, the Grayzone Project. The footage documents how campus fellows from the neo-conservative Hoover Institution were essentially required to attend a pro-Israel rally, with one participant even acknowledging that he and the other bused-in “activists” were engaged in astroturfing – a tactic used to create the illusion of grassroots support for a political cause or organization. Continue reading “Censored documentary a testament to ‘incredible’ power of Israel lobby, Max Blumenthal says”
In one of the stranger stories to come out of the Golden State this year, Bond Arms Inc., the Texan firearm distributor, has announced that as a result of a recent Proposition 65 (Prop 65) ruling, its products will no longer be available in California from 31 August.
The company announced: Continue reading “STUPID: California says a pistol causes cancer in latest Prop 65 insanity”
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High tech, “smart” appliance, smart phone and faster-Internet services consumers probably don’t know what they are asking for when they support, and look forward to, faster Internet service and upgrades to 5G millimeter wave Wi-Fi service, which basically is a commercial grade of the U.S. military’s “Directed Energy Weapon” [DEW].
As you view the informative videos below, keep notes of what is said about how 5G will affect human tissue, or the human body. Continue reading “Are You Confused About 5G, The Military’s Microwave Weapon?”
The Washington Post reports: The Trump administration has decided to cancel all U.S. funding of the United Nations aid program for Palestinian refugees, part of its determination to put its money where its policy is as it seeks a recalculation of U.S. foreign aid spending and prepares its own Israeli-Palestinian peace plan. Continue reading “Washington Post: Trump Plans to End U.S. Funding to UN’s Palestinian ‘Refugee’ Agency”
After social media giants Facebook and Twitter have led efforts to purge what they deem to be Russian and Iranian foreign intelligence accounts, a bombshell new report says China is using LinkedIn to attempt mass recruiting of Americans with access to government and commercial secrets.
In an interview with Reuters, a top US counterintelligence chief has claimed China is being “super aggressive” in its online recruitment efforts on the Microsoft-owned job networking and locator tool. Continue reading “China Using LinkedIn For Mass Spy Recruitment Of Americans With Security Clearances”
There is “no doubt” that militants are plotting a false-flag chemical-weapons attack in Syria’s Idlib province, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said, adding that Moscow has provided proof of the plot to the UN and OPCW.
“We have presented concrete facts obtained from various sources both to the UN and to The Hague, where the OPCW (Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons) headquarters is located,” Lavrov said, while speaking about the risk of a false-flag attack involving the use of chemical weapons in Syria, adding that “these facts are congruent.” Continue reading “Russia submitted proof of false-flag chemical-weapons plot to OPCW & UN – Lavrov”
Standing next to a secretive Israeli atomic reactor earlier in the week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threatened to “wipe out” his enemies. In a speech that many will see as the Jewish state breaking its long silence over the possession of nuclear weapons, the Likud leader warned that it has the means to destroy its enemies.
“Those who threaten to wipe us out put themselves in a similar danger, and in any event will not achieve their goal,” he said on Wednesday during a ceremony to rename the complex, near the desert town of Dimona. The site has long been suspected to be the location where Israel has been developing nuclear weapons. Continue reading “Israel threatens to use nuclear weapons to ‘wipe out’ its enemies”
Forsyth, GA — Monroe County sheriff’s deputy Bill Miller was recorded earlier this month on a woman’s cell phone, epitomizing everything wrong with sickos in uniforms who seek to abuse their authority for personal gain. His victim recorded him trying to force her to give him sexual favors in return for getting her DUI charges dropped and this deputy is still collecting a paycheck.
Ashlie Roberts was arrested last month by Miller for driving under the influence and drug possession. Roberts admitted she had done the crime and she was willing to do the time. However, after she made bail, Miller contacted the 34-year-old woman and told her to meet him in a parking lot on August 14th. So, she did. Continue reading “Woman Secretly Records Cop Try to Force Her to Give Him Sexual Favors to Drop Charges”
One of the most popular vehicles in the United States is a perfect example of why it would be so hard and so destructive to impose tariffs on Canadian-made cars in the name of protecting American ones.
The Toyota RAV4 — the bestselling non-truck in America — is made in Woodstock, Ont. In fact, 247,633 of them were made there last year. The process to build each one is an intricate dance of manufacturers and suppliers in multiple countries, with hundreds of trucks a day crossing borders back and forth between Canada, the United States and Mexico to deliver parts. Continue reading “Is there even such a thing as a ‘Made in America’ vehicle anymore?”
An illegal alien living in the sanctuary city of Marion County, Oregon, has been charged with manslaughter after he allegedly drove drunk and killed a young American couple in their early thirties.
Eduardo de la Lima Vargas, an illegal alien from Mexico, is facing two counts of manslaughter and drunk driving charges after he allegedly crashed into Logan and Jessica Wilson as they were riding on their motorcycle. The Wilsons, 34 and 32-years-old, were killed in the crashed. Continue reading “Sanctuary City: Illegal Alien Accused of Killing Young Couple in Car Crash”
The US’s Camp Lemonnier, a special-operations outpost in the sweltering East African country of Djibouti, will soon have a new neighbor.
China will open a new naval base — what it has called “logistical support” facilities — nearby, bringing the US into closer proximity with a rival power than some officers have ever experienced. Continue reading “Flashback: China is building a new base in Africa that creates ‘significant operational security’ issues for the US military”