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Oslo attacks suspect profiled - World - Canoe.ca

Oslo attacks suspect profiled - World - Canoe.ca
Anders Behring Breivik is a conservative Christian who enjoys classical music and the video game World of Warcraft.

Breivik has been named by several Norwegian media outlets as the suspected shooter at a youth camp in Oslo, where 10 people were killed Friday and he may be linked to a bombing near the prime minister's residence that killed seven others.

Jon Stewart “casually” Admits to CIA Prior Knowledge of 911 Attacks : Deadline Live With Jack Blood

Jon Stewart “casually” Admits to CIA Prior Knowledge of 911 Attacks : Deadline Live With Jack Blood
While Hopelessly engaged with former Gen, and Puppet President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf; Stewart attempts to blame Pakistan (the Obama / Brzezinski position) for knowingly Sheltering Osama Bin Laden… As we have reported here, there is NO EVIDENCE that Seal Team 6 caught the alleged mastermind and sponsor of the 911 attacks on the USA.

While Musharraf tries in vain to explain just how they missed OBL living all those years as a couch potato in a military sector in Pakistan (which he writes off as an “Intellignece failure” and incompetence)… Stewart slyly sneaks in the fact that the CIA had prior knowledge of the 911 attacks, but “Didn’t tell anyone else” – This is NOT the original official version of the story.

Rape shame of the US military | Life and style | The Guardian

Rape shame of the US military | Life and style | The Guardian
Last week, Jamie Leigh Jones lost a civil lawsuit against her former employer, the private military contracting firm KBR. Jones had accused several of her colleagues of violent gang rape, to which KBR responded by insisting she settled the matter through private arbitration rather than a civil court. It took four years for Jones to be granted her day in court. After two days of deliberation, a federal jury decided that her claims were untrue.

Although Jones's case was thrown out, it touched upon a prevalent – yet gravely underrepresented – problem within the US military. According to military reporter Adam Weinstein, a US servicewoman is twice as likely to be the victim of rape as her civilian counterpart. In fact, a US female soldier in Iraq is more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than killed by an enemy. Worse still, the Pentagon estimates that as many as 90% of sexual assault cases in the military go unreported.