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Birther Hearing: Obama Contempt of Court? Milton Friedman: Myth of Social Security FEMA Rendition Sites – Haditha Massacre: Marine Escapes Jail Time

January 27, 2012

Obama Accused of Contempt of Court in ‘Birther’ Hearing

Why “No Child Left Behind” Hasn’t Worked

N. Mex. Man Spends Two Years in Solitary Confinement for DWI

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Breaking: LAX FEMA Rendition Site Confirmed

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Infowars.com
January 27, 2012

FEMA CAMPS EXPOSED: Alex presents newly exposed footage filmed at LAX airport in Los Angeles confirming a ‘rendition hub’ capable of processing thousands of people per hour from straight off the tarmac and other transportation points.

Further, Alex dredges up video clips of other facilities used in the past for mass containment of dissenters- from Pier 57 in New York City used to detain those rounded-up during mass arrests at the 2004 Republican National Convention to the former Mueller Airport facility in Austin which news clips exposed had been converted to hold mass arrestees to the Sand Point Naval Station in Seattle used for 1999 WTO protesters.

This is, of course, only the tip of the iceberg, yet demonstrates the growing apparatus aimed at American dissenters in the Homeland.

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Massacre Marine Escapes Jail Time (so much for hearts and minds)

Is this, “liberty and justice for all.”

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Frank Wuterich gets off with a slap on the wrist for leading one of the most brutal and merciless slaughters carried out by US soldiers on record

Noel Brinkerhoff
All Gov

January 26, 2012

The last U.S. Marine facing charges stemming from the November 19, 2005, Haditha massacre will lose some stripes, but not serve any time in jail after pleading guilty.

Staff Sergeant Frank Wuterich entered a guilty plea on one count of dereliction of duty, as part of a deal worked out between his defense lawyers and military prosecutors. He will be busted down to private, and remains on active duty.

At his sentencing Wuterich, who gave the order to shoot on sight, apologized to the Iraqi survivors for what he and his men did—killing 24 civilians, including three women, seven children and a 76-year-old man in a wheelchair, after a Marine died in a roadside bombing. The incident is considered the worst case of non-bomb-related killings of Iraqi civilians by Americans.

Many Iraqis were beside themselves after learning Wuterich would not go to jail.

“The Americans killed children who were hiding inside the cupboards or under the beds,” Rafid Abdul Majeed Hadithi, a Haditha teacher who says he witnessed the attack, told the Los Angeles Times. “Was this Marine charged with dereliction of duty because he didn’t kill more? Is Iraqi blood so cheap?”

Iraqi photographer Thair Thabit Hadithi told the Times, “The crime changed Iraqis’ opinions toward the Americans. We had the idea that they respected human rights and respected humanity. But it seems they did not.”

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