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PressTV: US story on MH17 unravels over lack of real evidence

Wreckage from the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17

Wed Jul 23, 2014 8:38PM GMT

Jason Ditz, Antiwar.com

The Obama Administration’s narrative of Russian guilt in the Malaysia Airlines MH17 downing is unraveling like a cheap sweater tonight, under the increasing realization that dubious social media-sourced evidence is essentially all there is, and the admission by US intelligence officials that there is no real evidence pointing to Russia at all. 214 more words


Denial from Justice Department re targeting of Muslim and Arab American leaders

U.S. intelligence agencies target Muslim and Arab American leaders   

Denial from Justice Dept. is disingenuous    

The Partnership for Civil Justice Fund  July 10, 2014

The statement issued today by the Justice Department and Director of National Intelligence in response to Glenn Greenwald’s  566 more words

Civil Liberties

Obama Extends Bulk Phone Data Collection Program To September

For National Review OnlineJoel Gehrke reports: President Obama extended the National Security Agency program until September by convincing a judge to reauthorize the existing program as his administration promises to work with Congress to pass legislation that would circumscribe the bulk collection of American phone records. 334 more words


Now the White House says Hagel made final call on Bergdahl as criticism of Obama over prisoner swap mounts

This is from the U. K. Daily Mail.

Sounds like The Lying King is offering Hagel up as a sacrifice to cover his backside.

Will Little Chuckie Hagel fall quietly on his sword? 417 more words

This Pressed: Internet Giants Erect Barriers to Spy Agencies - NYTimes.com

Excerpts from the article: A year after Mr. Snowden’s revelations, the era of quiet cooperation is over. Telecommunications companies say they are denying requests to volunteer data not covered by existing law.

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The Last Time Qatar Promised To Watch A Gitmo Prisoner, He Walked

When he announced a deal to free prisoner of war Bowe Bergdahl in the Rose Garden, President Obama assured the nation that the five Taliban leaders being released in exchange would not be a threat to the U.S., thanks to assistance from the the Emir of Qatar. 443 more words

Bowe Bergdahl 'Proof of Life' Video Fails to Convince Senate Skeptics

A classified Obama Administration briefing for the U.S. Senate Wednesday night failed to convince several lawmakers that the freedom of America’s final Afghanistan prisoner of war, Army Sgt. 331 more words