Archive for November 27th, 2006

Nov 27 2006

The Polonium Trail – With Updates

Major Update: The Times has a great graphic up with a map and timeline of contamination. Note that Litvinenko buys a newspaper in the morning – that site has been searched and no contamination. Note that Litvenenko visits the Security company after talking to the Russians about a business deal. Litvenenko was a security consultant […]

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Nov 27 2006

UK’s COBRA An Ominous Sign

More confirmation continues to be reported that the Polonium trail leads to Berezosky’s office are being reported in the Financial Times. Traces of the radioactive substance believed to have killed a former Russian spy in London last week have been found in an office belonging to Boris Berezovsky, the former oligarch, and several other locations […]

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Nov 27 2006

NY Times Loses Again

Great news as SCOTUS rejects NY Times efforts to be above the law and force their reporters to start giving up the goods on their sources!

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Nov 27 2006

Sunnis Purging Iraq Of Al Qaeda

The most interesting news out of Iraq is that the Sunnis are now taking out the Al Qaeda terrorists and their Iraqi supporters. The ‘sectarian’ violence being reported in the country probably has a lot to do with cleansing the place of Al Qaeda and Islamo-Fascists forces. The truth is Iraq is fighting for its […]

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Nov 27 2006

The Empire Strikes Back

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It seems Al Qaeda lost its lead man in Chechnya today as Russian troops took him and four others out of commission: The Federal Security Service, known by its Russian initials FSB, said in statement carried by the RIA-Novosti news service that Abu Hafs al-Urduni, who it described as al-Qaida’s “chief representative in the North […]

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Nov 27 2006

Italian Contact Of Litvinenko Has Nuclear Ties

This Litvinenko story keeps getting more and more bizarre – and worrisome. We know of the Chechen connections to Litvinenko and Berezovsky, and the Chechen desires and history of nuclear dirty bombs. Now it turns out that the Italian ‘consultant’ that Litvinenko met with in that Sushi bar in London is an expert on the […]

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Nov 27 2006

Chechen’s Used Nuclear Dirty Bomb In 1995

I did not know that Islamic Terrorists had used a crude nuclear ‘dirty bomb’ in the mid 1990′s in Russia – but they did. And it was the beloved Chechens that so enamored Litvinenko and Berezovsky against mother Russia behind that attack. Based on a tip she received from Chechen rebel leader Shamil Basayev, a […]

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Nov 27 2006

Political Suicide

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The Dems plan on holding revenge-style investigations… OK – it’s their two years to screw up as they please. But I can tell you independents have no interest in more partisan BS. Either lead, follow or get out of the way. No more stupid politician tricks – no matter how much Moore and Streisand enjoy […]

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Nov 27 2006

Chechen’s Salute Fallen Comrade, Litvenenko

It seems the brutal Chechen rebels (who are definitely allied with Al Qaeda) are publically honoring former KGB spy Alexander Litvenenko who died mysteriously this past week. “The president and the government of Ichkeria (the rebel name for Chechnya) plans to bestow the state’s highest decoration to compensate the actions of Alexander Litvinenko on behalf […]

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Nov 27 2006

Litvenenko, Berezovsky & WMDs

In previous posts on the mysterious death of Litvenenko (a.k.a. Litvinenko) by raidiation poisoning I have discussed the possibility that the poisoning was due to Litvenenko getting too close to a nuclear device, or someone in possession of one. I felt his Russian sponsor, a man he was charged to investigate for Russia’s FSB (previously […]

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