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SABCnews.com - world/asia1pacific

SABCnews.com - world/asia1pacificJanuary 25, 2005, 04:45

Tests on a 17-year-old boy in southern Vietnam have confirmed he died of bird flu, while doctors suspect the virus, which has spread across more than a third of the country, may have also killed a woman. The boy, who died on January 15 in Bac Lieu province, had contracted the killer H5N1 avian influenza virus, the official Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper said today.

The death, the ninth in Vietnam in the past three weeks, brings its toll from bird flu to 29 since the first outbreak hit the region's poultry industry in December 2003. Twelve people died in Thailand last year. Asia's total death toll from the virus is now 41. Most of the victims are believed to have caught the virus from infected poultry but doctors fear it could mutate into one that is easily passed between people, unleashing a global flu pandemic that could kill millions.

 

Bloomberg.com: U.S.

Bloomberg.com: U.S.



U.S. January Consumer Confidence, December Home Resales Probably Declined

Euro Falls After European Finance Ministers Seek Stronger Asian Currencies

Altria May Post Fourth-Quarter Profit Gain After Cigarette Price Increase




Bush Seeks $80 Bln More for Defense, Underscoring Iraq Burden
Jan. 25 (Bloomberg) -- The Bush administration plans to request $80 billion more in defense spending, mostly for Iraq, underscoring the importance to the U.S. that Sunday's election in Iraq help stabilize the country.

The request, which administration officials said the White House may outline today, would bring extra spending for fiscal year 2005 to a total of $105 billion and add 25 percent to the $420 billion defense budget for this year.

Successful elections in Iraq may represent ``our last window of opportunity for a long time'' to phase out military operations and reduce the cost, said Ted Carpenter, a foreign policy analyst at the Cato Institute, a Washington-based research group.

Establishing a credibly elected government in Iraq may set the stage for discussions about a reduction in the number of U.S. troops in the country.

The U.S. has about 150,000 personnel in Iraq. U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell said on Jan. 11 that the U.S. may begin to withdraw this year as it turns over security to a new Iraqi army and police force.

The U.S. spent $102 billion through Sept. 30 on the invasion and occupation of Iraq, with costs averaging $4.8 billion a month, the Pentagon comptroller's office said earlier this month. The war has been funded exclusively with bills separate from the annual defense appropriations acts, starting with $62 billion in April 2003 and $65 billion in November 2003.

Army's Share

The Army's share of this year's supplemental request, which include money for Afghanistan and other military missions, is about $57 billion, the administration officials said, speaking on condition they not be identified. The Air Force share is about $12 billion, Marine Corps $7.6 billion and Navy $5.3 billion. The request includes at least $18 billion spread among the armed services for procurement.

The supplemental funding also will include about $340 million for aid given in the aftermath of last month's tsunami in South Asia and East Africa. The money would reimburse the Navy for helicopter sorties and for the expense of deploying the USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier group to support humanitarian relief.

The extra spending in Iraq is adding to a U.S. budget deficit that the president has vowed to cut by half in the next four years. The federal budget deficit reached a record $412 billion last year and is projected by the Congressional Budget Office to be below $348 billion this year, excluding the Iraq supplemental funding and other spending Congress hasn't yet approved.

``It's hard to see how Mr. Bush can cut the deficit in half unless this mission gets a lot smaller in four years,'' said Michael O'Hanlon, a defense analyst for the Washington-based Brookings Institution.

`Limited Money'

Illinois Democratic Senator Richard Durbin told reporters in Washington Jan. 20, that Congress is going to find that a lot of programs can't be funded due to ``limited money because of the war.''

``It certainly will overwhelm us from a budget point of view,'' Durbin said. ``If we start falling behind dramatically, and more and more of our soldiers are needed, I think it's going to be very difficult to sustain public support,''

The U.S. last month raised troop levels in Iraq to 150,000 from 138,000 to provide additional security for the Jan. 30 Iraqi national election and compensate for delays in training a new Iraqi security force.

``The real cost driver here is simply the number of troops deployed in Iraq,'' said Steve Kosiak, a budget analyst for the non-partisan Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessment in Washington.

Cost of Troops

``Until we start bringing the troop levels down, the supplemental funding numbers are going to remain very high'' he said. ``If levels do not come down, we will continue to see requests of this magnitude for, perhaps, years to come.''

The size of the administration's request is consistent with the range of earlier press accounts and analysts' predictions.

``Although the size of the fiscal year 2005 supplemental has been bandied about for some time, news of the procurement funding should provide a modest lift for selected U.S. Army-centric defense stocks,'' said aerospace/defense analyst Steve Binder at New York-based Bear, Stearns & Co. in a Jan. 11 note to clients.

Binder highlighted it as benefiting contractors tied closely to Army and Marine Corps programs, such as General Dynamics Corp., United Defense Industries Inc., Alliant TechSystems Inc, and L-3 Communications Holdings.

Democratic House Budget Committee Chairman John Spratt of South Carolina said the reported amount of the supplemental jibes with what he expected: a catch-all spending bill of about $80 billion to carry out military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan for the year that ends Sept. 30.

The emergency spending bill also includes money to start payments for 20,000 extra troops Congress agreed should be added to the Army this fiscal year, bring the total active Army to 502,400 troops. Lawmakers also agreed to add another 10,000 troops by 2009 and 9,000 Marines by 2009 for a total force of 184,00, up from 175,000 today.
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80 Billion...yeah..that's a real "small government"/"low spending" ..."CONSERVATIVE"....emphasis on the CON

 

CNN.com - Congress eyes once-secret Pentagon�unit - Jan 24, 2005

CNN.com - Congress eyes once-secret Pentagon�unit - Jan 24, 2005WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Top members of the Senate Armed Services Committee met with the Pentagon's intelligence chief Monday amid reports that the Defense Department has been running a beefed-up intelligence-gathering unit.

The meeting between Stephen Cambone, the Bush administration's undersecretary of defense for intelligence, and Sens. John Warner and Carl Levin follows revelations that the Defense Intelligence Agency has run a previously unknown covert operations unit since 2002 with the authority to operate clandestinely anywhere in the world.

Warner, a Virginia Republican and the committee's chairman, said in a statement issued after the meeting that he was convinced the unit's operations were "vital to our national security interests" and had been coordinated "with the appropriate agencies of the federal government."

Warner said he and Levin, the committee's ranking Democrat, would give other members a briefing.

A senior defense official said Sunday the role of the unit -- now known as the Strategic Support Branch, or SSB -- is to "provide an intelligence capability for field operation units," including the military's secretive special operations forces, in support of anti-terrorism and counterterrorism missions.

The Washington Post reported on the unit Sunday. Members of the Senate Armed Services and Intelligence committees said they had not been aware of the unit's existence, and one Democrat on the Intelligence Committee called for hearings into the matter by that panel.

"According to the Washington Post, the Department of Defense is changing the guidelines with respect to oversight and notification of Congress by military intelligence. Is this true or false?" Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a California Democrat, said in a written statement.

A senior defense official told CNN the SSB reports to Vice Admiral Lowell Jacoby, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency.

Its policies are set by Cambone, one of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's most senior aides, the official said.

The official said Congress was told about the formation of "this kind of activity," but might have been told of the program several months ago when it had a different name.

The SSB sends Defense Intelligence Agency personnel into the field and recruits agents to provide intelligence.

Its role is to provide a human intelligence capability for units that in many cases will be composed of special forces also operating clandestinely in such countries as Iraq and Afghanistan, the official said.

While some of this type of work has been carried out by the DIA in the past, the official said the SSB is "more robust in terms of who it operates with and its level of activities."

He said the SSB was formed in response to Rumsfeld's ongoing concerns expressed at the highest levels of the department that the Pentagon did not have the capability to gather intelligence in the field on its own.

The unit was set up after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, "to have as much flexibility as possible," he said.

When SSB teams are deployed in the field, as a practical matter, they report to the combatant commander, or the commander of the region -- though the official could not say this happens all the time.

For example, in Iraq, the unit would be under the supervision of Gen. John Abizaid, chief of U.S. Central Command.

The official acknowledged that some observers may view the SSB as an effort by Rumsfeld to expand Pentagon intelligence operations at the expense of the CIA, which customarily has conducted clandestine intelligence operations.

He said that although SSB operations do not require permission from the CIA, the military still coordinates with the CIA.

CIA: 'Much ado about nothing'
CIA officials Monday called suggestions that the Pentagon was moving in on the CIA's turf "much ado about nothing."

A U.S. official said all such efforts are coordinated with the agency to avoid duplication of effort.

"There is more than enough work to go around," she said.

Officials say military intelligence collection tends to be designed to assist war fighters with tactical information, whereas CIA efforts are more often aimed at collecting intelligence on political or diplomatic matters.

But the senior Pentagon official also acknowledged that sending DIA personnel into the field with special operations forces has caused bureaucratic stress.

SSB personnel are on the missions to gather intelligence, but he noted that special operations personnel want everyone on their teams to be fully capable in all special combat skills -- which the DIA personnel might not be.

Pentagon spokesman Lawrence DiRita said the Pentagon is not trying to "bend" the law "to fit desired activities, as is suggested in this article."

"It is accurate and should not be surprising that the Department of Defense is attempting to improve its long-standing human intelligence capability," DiRita said in a statement issued Sunday.

He added, "The demands of the global war on terror necessitate a framework by which military forces and traditional human intelligence work more closely together and in greater numbers than they have in the past.

"These actions are being taken within existing statutory authorities to support traditional military operations and any assertion to the contrary is wrong.

"The department remains in regular consultation with the relevant committees in Congress and with other agencies within the intelligence community, including the CIA," he said.


 

State Department/CIA Communications Annex and Special Collection�Facilities

 

Eyeballing the Inaugural Kill and Maim Zone 6

 

The Memory Hole > Military Contract for Pulsed Energy Projectile (PEP) Pain Study

The Memory Hole > Military Contract for Pulsed Energy Projectile (PEP) Pain Study
"Military Contract for Pulsed Energy Projectile (PEP) Pain Study

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>>> In this contract under the Naval Research Center (a part of the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program), the University of Florida is studying the "Sensory Consequences of Electromagentic Pulses Emitted by Laser Induced Plasmas." In other words, how much pain can be induced by these directed energy weapons without causing physical damage?

The document has a fairly high level of redaction, including - unbelievably - almost half of its bibliography. Still, it reveals some interesting things, including a detailed look at inducing agony by directly activating the skin's receptors that encode pain without means of heat, chemicals, or physical contact.

Thanks go to Edward Hammond of the Sunshine Project for unearthing this document and letting The Memory Hole post it.




Technical notes: This document was received by the Sunshine Project on 10 Jan 2005 from the University of Florida due to a state open-records request. It was scanned by the Project's Edward Hammond, who writes: "I have deleted all of the boilerplate pages of the contract. Included are the first few pages, and then the Statement of Work, which is a ten page annex."

 

Docket for 04-757

 

TerrisFight.org

TerrisFight.org

A Message from the Foundation:
The Schindlers are obviously disappointed that the U.S. Supreme Court did not decide to hear the appeal in Gov. Bush's case. However, they are profoundly grateful to Gov. Bush and his staff and legal team for their diligent efforts on behalf of their daughter, Terri Schiavo. This decision by the U.S. Supreme Court does not in any way affect the Schindler's ongoing legal matters in the Florida state courts. There are still three important legal issues to considered in the Florida courts.

1) There is still a petition pending in the Second District Court of Appeals in Lakeland, FL regarding Terri's right to the free exercise of her religion, rights which the Schindler's attorneys believe have been violated.

2) On Friday, Jan. 28, in the Probate Court in Clearwater, FL, Judge Greer will hear the Schindler's motion to protect their daughter's due process rights. The Schindler's attorneys will argue that the 2000 Order authorizing Terri's death by starvation and dehydration is null and void because Terri's due process rights were not protected in the 2000 trial.

3) Finally, the Schindlers still have a pending Petition before Judge Greer to remove Michael as Terri's guardian and to replace him with Terri's brother and sister, Bobby Jr. and Suzanne. They believe that Michael's numerous conflicts of interest with his ward, Terri, disqualify him from continuing as her guardian.

-The Terri-Schindler-Schiavo Foundation

 

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