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Monday, October 25, 2004

 

Top News Article | Reuters.com

By James Vicini
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Chief Justice William Rehnquist, the leader of the Supreme Court's conservative majority, has undergone surgery for thyroid cancer, suddenly throwing a political spotlight on the highest court in the land just eight days before the presidential election.

Disclosure of Rehnquist's illness on Monday drew attention to the powerful role in politics of the Supreme Court, which decided the outcome of the disputed 2000 presidential election in a split decision in favor of George W. Bush.

The next president may have the opportunity to name several justices, which could significantly shift the balance of power in the Supreme Court between liberals and conservatives.


 

US News Article | Reuters.com

US News Article | Reuters.comBy Gail Appleson
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A lawyer accused of aiding terrorism through her defense of a militant Muslim cleric testified on Monday she took his case because of her fight for the underdog and her "anti-authoritative view of the world."

Lynne Stewart, 65, a well-known New York activist attorney, represented Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman, who is serving a life sentence for conspiring to attack U.S. targets. Prosecutors say the conspiracy included the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

She is charged with using attorney-client visits to the prison to allow Abdel-Rahman to communicate with the Islamic Group in Egypt. Prosecutors say the group is a terrorist organization and the cleric is its spiritual leader. Stewart has pleaded not guilty.

Stewart, who is known for representing unpopular, poor and minority clients, testified that she knew Abdel-Rahman advocated violence when she was asked to take his case in 1994. Although some of her colleagues and friends advised her to avoid the controversial cleric, she decided to pursue his defense anyway.

"I was convinced I was the right person to do it," Stewart said on the first day of defense arguments in the case. S

Stewart said the case also appealed to her drive to help the less fortunate and her background in the civil rights and anti-Vietnam war movements.

"I had my personal, separate from representing anyone, sense of an anti-authoritative view of the world ... Government is best when government is little," she said.

Although Stewart agreed to represent the cleric during his 1995 trial and subsequent appeal, she said she was not a follower of his politics.

"I'm my own person. I have my own politics. They are not fundamentalist," she said.

The charges accuse Stewart of helping Abdel-Rahman violate prison restrictions aimed at stopping him from passing on communications that could result in violence. He was restricted from access to mail, the media, telephones and visitors.

Among the allegations is that Stewart gave a Reuters correspondent a statement written by the cleric in 2000 saying he had withdrawn his support for the Islamic Group's cease-fire in Egypt. That correspondent was subpoenaed in the case.

The most serious charge against Stewart is "providing material support" to terrorists

 

Satanist Approved by UK Navy

Satanist Approved by UK NavySatanist Approved by UK Navy

BBC | Oct 24 2004

The British Armed Forces has officially recognised its first registered Satanist, according to a newspaper report.

Naval technician Chris Cranmer, 24, has been allowed to register by the captain of HMS Cumberland.

The move will mean that he will now be allowed to perform Satanic rituals on board the vessel.

According to the Sunday Telegraph, Mr Cranmer realised he was a Satanist nine years ago.

Religious values

At the time he stumbled across a copy of the Satanic Bible, written by Church of Satan founder Anton Szandor LaVey.

He said: "I then read more and more and came to realise I'd always been a Satanist, just simply never knew."

Mr Cranmer, who is from Edinburgh, is now lobbying the Ministry of Defence to make Satanism a registered religion in the armed forces.

A spokesman for the Royal Navy said: "We are an equal opportunities employer and we don't stop anybody from having their own religious values."

The Church of Satan was established in San Francisco in 1966.


 

Big Brother's National Id Card Will Be Required for Everyday Activities

 

Evil Seed: Bush and Kerry are Related to Dracula (Vlad the Impaler)

 

Mafia Soldiers Support Bush-Cheney - October 25, 2004

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Mafia Soldiers Support Bush-Cheney - October 25, 2004
Two felonious New York wiseguys among GOP ticket's donors
OCTOBER 25--While the Mafia is not in the habit of endorsing presidential candidates, two Colombo family soldiers have spoken with their bulging wallets--and they want four more years for the Bush/Cheney ticket. The below Federal Election Commission records show that convicted felons John Staluppi and John Rosatti last year each gave the GOP candidates $2000 (the maximum individual donation). The FBI has identified Staluppi and Rosatti--multimillionaires who own auto dealerships in New York and Florida--as members of the Colombo gang. Rosatti is pictured at right in an FBI surveillance photo taken at the wake of an organized crime figure. The two Bush supporters are prized Colombo family "earners" who helped finance an insurgent Colombo faction that once sought to dethrone imprisoned boss Carmine "The Snake" Persico (that bloody early-90s mob war left more than a dozen wiseguys dead). They later switched back to the Persico camp after a jailhouse heart-to-heart with their mob superior, one Dominick "Donny Shacks" Montemarano. The duo's role with the Colombo family has been discussed by several turncoat Colombo family members, including ex-captain Salvatore Miciotta, who spoke about Staluppi and Rosatti during 1993 FBI debriefings. Click here for excerpts from one FBI report detailing some of those Miciotta observations about his two former cronies. (5 pages)

 

Little love for Bush in street-packed Kerry rally with Clinton

PHILADELPHIA Elsewhere in Pennsylvania, he's known as "Mr. President." At a rally today in the battleground state's largest city, George W. Bush was derided loudly as a "bum."

Philadelphia showed little love for Bush when thousands turned out to cheer Democrat John Kerry and former President Bill Clinton going into the final week of the presidential campaign.

The head of the city's powerful labor union Building Trades Council was one of those warming up the shoulder-to-shoulder noontime crowd. Pat Gillespie said, "I think we're in dire straits here with four more years of that bum."

Clinton was introduced by Philadelphia Mayor John Street as the "last duly elected president of the United States" _ referring to President Bush's electoral vote win but popular vote loss in 2000. Clinton surveyed the cheering crowd and smiled. He said, "If this isn't good for my heart, I don't know what is."

 

Large explosion hits central Baghdad

Large explosion hits central Baghdad
"BAGHDAD, Iraq The Iraqi Interior Ministry says a roadside bomb exploding near a U-S military convoy in central Baghdad has caused some casualties.

A spokesman says the bomb was targeting the convoy when it detonated Monday, wounding some Iraqi civilians.

The U-S military had no immediate comment and it's unknown whether there are any American casualties.

A huge cloud of smoke was seen rising over the western bank of the Tigris river and U-S helicopters were seen flying over the area."
=========SNIP==============
Yeah, this war is going just GREAT for us, isn't it?

 

Did Cheney Dodge The Draft Five Times?

Did Cheney Dodge The Draft Five Times?
"Did Cheney Dodge
The Draft Five Times?
By Barry Ritholtz
Bop News.com
5-3-4

You couldn't make this stuff up if you tried:

"On Oct. 6, 1965, the Selective Service lifted its ban against drafting married men who had no children. Nine months and two days later, Mr. Cheney's first daughter, Elizabeth, was born."

This quote comes from a Saturday NYTimes article --
"Cheney's Five Draft Deferments During the Vietnam Era Emerge as a Campaign Issue" -- discussing the lengths VP Dick Cheney went to in order to avoid serving during the Viet Nam war.

It is apparent from the piece that Richard Cheney did everything humanly possible -- short of fleeing to Canada -- to avoid military conscription: He applied for and recieved 5 student deferments, a number described as "incredible" by professor David Curry of the University of Missouri in St. Louis. Curry has written extensively about the draft, including a 1985 book, "Sunshine Patriots: Punishment and the Vietnam Offender." The Times quotes Mr. Curry as observing: "That's a lot of times for the draft board to say O.K."

* Three weeks and a day after the Gulf of Tonkin resolution passed (giving President Johnson unlimited military force in Vietnam), Cheney married Lynn Cheney.

* Within a day or so of the end of deferment for "Married w/o children," Mr. and Mrs. Cheney conceived their first child.

Here's the rest of Cheney's well timed actions:

In February 1962, when Mr. Cheney was classified as 1-A available for service he was doing poorly at Yale. But the military was taking only older men at that point, and like others who were in college at the time, Mr. Cheney seemed to have little concern about being drafted.

In June, he left Yale. After returning home to Casper, a small city in east-central Wyoming, he worked as a lineman for a power company.

At that point, the Vietnam War was still just a glimmer on the horizon. In 1962, only 82,060 men were inducted into the service, the fewest since 1949. Mr. Cheney was eligible for the draft but, as he said during his confirmation hearings in 1989, he was not called up because the Selective Service System was taking only older men.

But by 1963, ferment in Vietnam was rising. Mr. Cheney enrolled in Casper Community College in January 1963 he turned 22 that month and sought his first student deferment on March 20, according to records from the Selective Service System. After transferring to the University of Wyoming at Laramie, he sought his second student deferment on July 23, 1963.

On Aug. 7, 1964, Congress approved the Gulf of Tonkin resolution, which allowed President Lyndon B. Johnson to use unlimited military force in Vietnam. The war escalated rapidly from there.

Just 22 days later, Mr. Cheney married his high school sweetheart, Lynne. He sought his third student deferment on Oct. 14, 1964.

In May 1965, Mr. Cheney graduated from college and his draft status changed to 1-A. But he was married, which offered him some protection.

In July, President Johnson announced that he was doubling the number of men drafted. The number of inductions soared, to 382,010 in 1966 from 230,991 in 1965 and 112,386 in 1964.

Mr. Cheney obtained his fourth deferment when he started graduate school at the University of Wyoming on Nov. 1, 1965.

On Oct. 6, 1965, the Selective Service lifted its ban against drafting married men who had no children. Nine months and two days later, Mr. Cheney's first daughter, Elizabeth, was born. On Jan. 19, 1966, when his wife was about 10 weeks pregnant, Mr. Cheney applied for 3-A status, the "hardship" exemption, which excluded men with children or dependent parents. It was granted.

In January 1967, Mr. Cheney turned 26 and was no longer eligible for the draft.

Quite frankly, I would have done the same thing as Cheney (if I wasn't 9 at the time). The difference between the Veep and me is that I wouldn't have the temerity to criticize someone who not only served in Viet Nam, but was wounded three times and won several honors for courage and bravery.

That would simply be hypocritical.

Cheney apparently has no such restraints. Of the American involvement in Vietnam, Dick Cheney was asked: "Was it a noble cause?

His answer: "Yes, indeed, I think it was."

Just not for him . . . "

 

Daily Kos :: Cheney: dreaming of a draft

Cheney says:
Now, we keep the [draft] law on the books. It's always conceivable, I suppose, at some point down the road we'd have such a national crisis or emergency, but it would have to be on the scale of World War II before I would think that anybody would seriously contemplate the possibility of going back again to the draft.

 

frontline: the jesus factor: view the full program | PBS

 

Poll Challengers and Poll Checkers

Poll Challengers and Poll Checkers What is a poll challenger? A poll challenger is a representative of a political party who may “challenge” any person offering to vote. The challenged person, unless the challenge is withdrawn, shall stand aside and may not vote unless the challenged person signs an affidavit in front of the election inspector that the voter is a legally qualified voter of the precinct. _________________________________________
What is a poll checker? Although there is no legal definition of a poll checker, they are commonly used by political parties to monitor voter turnout at a polling location.

 

Advice to Undecided Voters

I hear there are still folks who have not made up their minds about who to vote for in this election.

I understand. There are lots of issues and conflicting stances, so, it is hard isn't it?

May I suggest just picking Kerry/Edwards to vote for.

Not only is it the right thing to do, but now, you have one less thing to worry about.

Thanks for reading this.

~Code

 

IOL: Iraqis suspect executed soldiers were set up

Iraqis suspect executed soldiers were set up
25/10/2004 - 12:12:26

Iraqi officials suspect that 50 US trained Iraqi soldiers murdered by insurgents – many of them execution-style – may have been set up by rebel infiltrators in their ranks.

Jordanian terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi’s group claimed responsibility for the weekend attack, the deadliest ambush of the 18-month insurgency.

The unarmed Iraqi soldiers were killed on their way home after completing a training course when their buses were stopped by rebels about 95 miles east of Baghdad.

Some accounts by police said the rebels were dressed in Iraqi military uniforms. The insurgents forced many of the soldiers to lie down on the ground and then shot them in the head.

Interior Ministry spokesman Adnan Abdul-Rahman said 37 bodies were found on the ground with their hands behind their backs, shot execution-style. Twelve others were found in a burned bus, he said. Witnesses said insurgents fired rocket-propelled grenades at one bus.

“After inspection, we found out that they were shot after being ordered to lay down on the earth,” said police commander General Walid al-Azzawi. The bodies were laid out in four rows, with 12 bodies in each row.

The killing of so many Iraqi soldiers in such an apparently sure-footed operation reinforced American and Iraqi suspicions that the country’s security services have been infiltrated by insurgents.

 

The Globe and Mail

U.S. Army to probe Halliburton contracts

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Washington — The army has agreed to a Pentagon investigation into claims by a top contracting official that a Halliburton subsidiary, KBR, unfairly won no-bid contracts worth billions of dollars for work in Iraq and the Balkans, according to army documents obtained Sunday.

The complaint alleges that the award of contracts without competition to restore Iraq's oil industry and to supply and feed U.S. troops in the Balkans puts at risk "the integrity of the federal contracting program as it relates to a major defence contractor."

It also asks protection from retaliation for the whistle-blower, Bunnatine Greenhouse, chief contracting officer of the Army Corps of Engineers.







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Washington � The army has agreed to a Pentagon investigation into claims by a top contracting official that a Halliburton subsidiary, KBR, unfairly won no-bid contracts worth billions of dollars for work in Iraq and the Balkans, according to army documents obtained Sunday.
The complaint alleges that the award of contracts without competition to restore Iraq's oil industry and to supply and feed U.S. troops in the Balkans puts at risk 'the integrity of the federal contracting program as it relates to a major defence contractor.'
It also asks protection from retaliation for the whistle-blower, Bunnatine Greenhouse, chief contracting officer of the Army Corps of Engineers."

 

IOL: World

October 24 2004 at 06:33PM

Waco, Texas - American President George Bush said in an interview to be broadcast on Monday that terrorists were weighing whether they could disrupt the November 2 US elections, but that he had no specific evidence of a plot.

Speaking to Fox News Channel, Bush also said that the global war on terrorism had made the United States was safer, but that whether Americans could ever be fully safe from extremist violence was "up in the air."

In the interview, which was recorded Saturday, the president dismissed his worsening war of words with Democratic rival John Kerry by saying he had "thick skin" and predicted he would win reelection.



 

Bush: Safety from terrorism 'up in the air'

By Tom Raum and Nedra Pickler
Associated Press

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. — President Bush and Sen. John Kerry stayed on the offensive in swing states Sunday as the presidential race entered its final full week. In a television interview, Bush said it is "up in the air" whether the nation can ever be fully safe from another terror attack and suggested terrorists may still be contemplating ways to disrupt the election.
Kerry ridiculed Bush's statement, suggesting it echoed an earlier assertion — later withdrawn — by the president that the war on terror could not be won.

"You make me president of the United States, we're going to win the war on terror," Kerry said at an evening rally in Boca Raton, Fla.


 

BUSH says whether we will ever win war on terror is "UP IN THE AIR"

"While Bush said homeland security had improved markedly from the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, he added in the Fox News interview: "Whether or not we can be ever fully safe is up -- you know, is up in the air. I would hope we could make it a lot more safe by staying on the offensive."

That interview is to be broadcast on Monday.

Kerry said Sunday that Bush's statement echoed one from late August in which he said "I don't think you can win it" -- referring to the war on terror."

 

CNN.com - Tons of Iraq explosives missing - Oct 25, 2004

CNN.com - Tons of Iraq explosives missing - Oct 25, 2004
Tons of Iraq explosives missing
Monday, October 25, 2004 Posted: 5:45 AM EDT (0945 GMT)



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VIENNA, Austria (AP) -- Several hundred tons of conventional explosives are missing from a former Iraqi military facility that once played a key role in Saddam Hussein's efforts to build a nuclear bomb, the U.N. nuclear agency confirmed Monday.

International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei will report the materials' disappearance to the U.N. Security Council later Monday, spokeswoman Melissa Fleming told The Associated Press.

"On October 10, the IAEA received a declaration from the Iraqi Ministry of Science and Technology informing us that approximately 350 tons of high explosive material had gone missing," Fleming said.

The Iraqis told the agency the materials had been stolen and looted because of a lack of security at governmental installations, Fleming said.

"We do not know what happened to the explosives or when they were looted," she told AP.


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