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Wikileaks Releases Secret Tapes & Transcripts of AbilityOne / SourceAmerica Scandal
WikiLeaks publishes the 30 hours of secret tapes and transcripts at the heart of the AbilityOne / SouceAmerica scandal. 13 Presidential Appointees (10 Obama, 3 Bush) are embroiled in a multi-billion dollar corruption scandal being probed by the US Department of Justice and 4 Inspector Generals. The appointees oversee the federal government's $3billion a year "AbilityOne" program which is meant to pay for the employment of ...
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Operation Desert Fox: US and UK Bomb Iraq / Saddam. Huma Abedin, Hillary's former Closest Aid Claimed the Attack was to Deflect from the Monica Lewinsky Affair
December 16-19, 1998 - Operation Desert Fox: US/UK bomb Iraq/Saddam: The contemporaneous justification for the strikes was Iraq's failure to comply with United Nations Security Council resolutions and its interference with United Nations Special Commission inspectors, however an article in the Muslim journal where Huma Abedin was assistant editor claimed Bill Clinton bombed Saddam Hussein to deflect from his Monica Lewinsky affair. Abedin, who is not an academic, has been Hillary ...
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Ximena Survives the Abortion Attempted by her Mother and is Later Found Alive, although Damaged, in the Dead Fetus Storage Area
Ximena's odyssey with Vancouver General Hospital began, the day she was born. After attempting an abortion at a free-standing mill in Bellingham, Wash. Ximena's birth mother entered VGH, where she gave birth. According to court documents, staff delivered the child into a "hat"--a plastic pot--and then senior nurse Vera Wood whisked her away. Ximena was placed in a room "where dead fetuses were stored," even though ...
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Wujek Coal mine massacre during Solidarity-era Poland
Radio Poland reported that the criminal cases against police accused of killing nine mine workers and wounding dozens more at the Wujek and Manifest Lipcowy mines, will pass to the archives at the Institute of National Remembrance. On December 16, 1981, communist security police were dispatched to the mines to quell the upstart Solidarity-led opposition, three days after martial law was declared. The miners were striking against the ...
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The Boston Tea Party: American Patriots Protest the Tea Tax by Throwing 342 Tea Chests into the Boston Harbor
342 chests of tea belonging to the British East India Company were thrown from ships into Boston Harbor by American patriots disguised as Mohawk Indians. The Americans were protesting both a tax on tea (taxation without representation) and the perceived monopoly of the East India Company. From LandOfTheBrave.info The Boston Tea Party was a pre-revolutionary incident that occurred on December 16, 1773. The Boston Tea Party was a direct protest by colonists in Boston against ...
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