Wednesday, August 6, 2008 20:29
Level Driver Convicted Of Terror Charges While Bin Laden's Senior Body
Guard Was Let Go Sentencing will be passed down later today on
Salim Hamdan, a man described by defense attorneys and witnesses as
a low level driver who knew nothing of Al Qaeda. The driver will face
life imprisonment while it was revealed last week that Osama Bin Laden's
most senior bodyguard was simply let go from the prison at Guantánamo
threatens Iran with 'punitive' measures
The United States and its allies want "punitive" measures
against Iran over its weak reponse to the international offer to persuade
it to freeze its nuclear program, the White House said Wednesday.
Nawaz agree to impeach Musharraf
Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari on
Tuesday agreed in principle to impeach President Pervez Musharraf, provided
that all coalition partners assured their support for this endeavour.
Does The Illuminati Eye Infest Christian Churches? During a visit to a breathtaking, beautiful
and ornate Christian cathedral in Lucerne, Switzerland last week, I
was taken aback by the sight of something that seemed completely out
of context and out of place - a baleful and evil-looking Illuminati
eye staring out over a representation of the crucified Jesus. Why do
similar depictions infest Christian churches the world over?
said to have stalked Ivins' family Before killing himself last week, Army scientist
Bruce Ivins told friends that government agents had stalked him and
his family for months, offered his son $2.5 million to rat him out and
tried to turn his hospitalized daughter against him with photographs
of dead anthrax victims.
by the village idiot The low-IQ socialist scumbags in the House of
Representatives in Washington, DC among other legislative horrors have
raised the debt limit of the US by another US$800 billion.
to test unclassified alternative to Talon The Pentagon, which closed its Talon intelligence
database nearly a year ago amid concerns about domestic spying, will
soon begin testing an unclassified alternative for tracking possible
threats to U.S. military bases, officials said on Tuesday.
staff overreacted, Robo says A Humboldt State University student arrested
at a Boston airport following his alleged role in an airplane scare
spoke to the Times-Standard Monday, calling his arrest an overreaction
and saying he was mischaracterized.