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W. Va. teen allegedly killed by “friends”
Skylar
Neese, a 16-year-old honors student, vanished July 6, 2012 after
slipping out of the bedroom of her Star City, W. Va. home, but few
believed she’d run away. The truth emerged on Jan. 3, 2013 when one of
Neese’s friends admitted plotting with another teenage girl to kill her,
a revelation that shocked even police. Two girls that Skylar considered
among her best friends, had carried out a plot to stab her to death
then bury her in the Pennsylvania woods some 30 miles away.  
AP Reported Navy Attack Day Before It Happened!
The
Associated Press, as shown in this screenshot of an ABC story, reported
the DC Navy Yard shooting on September 15th, a day before it actually
happened. Nearly identical to an incident that happened at Sandy Hook,
is there any explanation for this? Notice the headline; then notice the
date right below it. The commenters on this story picked this right up
as shown in the 2nd screenshot down below. Conspiracy theory forums are
having a blast with this one….what’s going on? Is this still more proof
of another false flag unfolding before our eyes?  
How America morphed into ‘Bizarro World’
Compared
with the vibrant nation it once was, today’s America has become a
different country. Divided, angry, squabbling, the world’s largest
debtor nation, with rampant divorce, family breakdown and unprecedented
sexual anarchy, 1 in 7 on food stamps, 1 in 9 on antidepressants – on so
many levels America is disintegrating.  
When Did Military Bases Become ‘Gun-Free Zones’?
It
hasn’t always been the case that only MPs can carry firearms on U.S.
military bases. A mere twenty years ago, “gun free zones” made their way
to these facilities under the watch of President Bill Clinton.
In other words, thanks to Clinton, citizens who join the military to use
guns to defend liberty abroad cannot practice their constitutional
right to keep and bear arms while on active duty at home.   
Extreme Space Weather Storms Spark Satellite Failures, Study Suggests
Most
of the glitches, from 1996 to 2012, coincided with high-energy electron
activity during declining phases of the solar cycle, the study found.
Over an extended mission, the researchers warn that this phenomenon
could also cause the satellites’ backup amplifiers to fail.  
LONELY SUNSPOT, QUIET SUN
The
sunspot number has dropped to its lowest level of the year. Solitary
sunspot AR1841 sits all alone at the center of an otherwise blank solar
disk. It is quiet and poses no threat for strong flares.   
Scotland’s weather: Storms show winter on the way
SCOTLAND
experienced all four seasons in one day yesterday, as the first storm
of autumn swept across the country, bringing chaos to the country’s
roads. Torrential rain, accompanied by gale-force winds, gave way to
sunny periods, before the wet weather returned. The Cairngorms were hit
by gusts of 100mph, with snow anticipated last night, and the Forth
Road Bridge was closed to high-sided vehicles after wind speeds of 69mph
were recorded. 
 
IDF to stop securing border communities
The
IDF will stop securing communities adjacent to the northern and
southern borders, the IDF’s Operations Branch has decided. A total of 22
towns situated near the Lebanese border, Sinai and the Gaza Strip will
no longer enjoy army security. West Bank settlements were not included
in the decision, which prompted anger in the Gaza vicinity area.   
Athens rocked by earthquake but no casualties reported
A
magnitude 4.5 quake struck central Greece just before 1500 GMT and was
followed by a stronger tremor, the Athens Geodynamics Institute said.
Fire brigade officials said they had not received any calls for
assistance.   
Earthquake Swarm Rattling Yellowstone National Park
More
than 100 earthquakes have shaken Yellowstone National Park since last
Tuesday, with the strongest, a tremblor of 3.6 magnitude, felt Sunday,
according to the University of Utah Semisograph Stations.  
Senate Panel Votes For State Run Media
The
Senate Judiciary Committee approved the so-called media shield bill
with a vote of 13-5 and sent it to the Senate floor. … this bill
protects the government shills in the mainstream media, but not the
people doing the real reporting, the people who have dragged the
mainstream media kicking and screaming into reporting the truth about
issues such as Fast and Furious, Benghazi, the brutality of the Obama
backed Syrian rebels. It won’t protect the very people that pushed back
against the puppet media to stop Barack Obama from starting World War 3.
  
Obama waives ban on arming terrorists to allow aid to Syrian opposition
President
Obama waived a provision of federal law designed to prevent the supply
of arms to terrorist groups to clear the way for the U.S. to provide
military assistance to “vetted” opposition groups fighting Syrian
dictator Bashar Assad.

Some elements of the Syrian opposition are associated with radical
Islamic terrorist groups, including al Qaeda…Assad’s regime is backed
by Iran and Hezbollah.   

Official: Obama and Netanyahu to meet in Washington on September 30
The
meeting, which was not immediately confirmed by a Netanyahu spokesman,
would be incorporated in the Israeli leader’s scheduled attendance at
the annual United Nations General Assembly in New York.   
UPDATED: Syria helicopter crashes near Turkey border: NGO
The
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said some of its sources reported
that the helicopter was shot down from across the Turkish border while
others said Syria’s rebels were responsible. The private Turkish Dogan
news agency said that the helicopter exploded in the air and then fell
to the ground, 400 metres (yards) from the Yayladagi district of Hatay
province on the border with Syria.   
Egypt army storms Islamist-held town
Egyptian
troops have stormed the central town of Dalga, which has been held by
Islamists loyal to the ousted president, Mohammed Morsi.

Army and police backed by helicopters entered the town early on Monday.

Coptic Christians living in the town of 120,000 people had appealed for
help, saying they could not pray safely and were being taxed by “thugs”.
  

USS San Antonio arrives in Haifa for ‘routine port visit’
The
USS San Antonio, an amphibious transport dock ship, arrived at the port
of Haifa on Wednesday for what the US Navy called a “routine port
visit.”
Captain Randell Dykes said the visit was a “well deserved break for
sailors and marines, and for many is the first time they have visited
Israel.   
Mexico storms Ingrid and Manuel leave trail of destruction
Mexican
authorities have declared a state of emergency in more than 20 towns in
eastern Tamaulipas state after Tropical Storm Ingrid hit the area.

The government has also allocated emergency funds to western Guerrero
state, where Tropical Storm Manuel caused severe flooding.

The two almost simultaneous storms have affected two-thirds of the
country, said Interior Minister Osorio Chong. 

 
Washington Navy Yard gunman named as Aaron Alexis
A
gunman who died after killing 12 people at a naval installation in
Washington DC has been identified as a former US Navy serviceman.

Aaron Alexis, 34, of Fort Worth, Texas, died in a gun battle with police
during the rampage at Washington Navy Yard.

Eight others were injured in the attack, which began at about 8:20 local
time (12:20 GMT) on Monday.   

Fukushima ‘Emergency Measure’: Pumping Radioactive Water Into Pacific After Typhoon
After
Typhoon Man-Yi tore through Japan and hit the Fukushima area, workers
feared that heavy rainfall caused by the typhoon would raise the water
levels to the point where flooding would occur, they decided to open the
barriers and release what TEPCO claims was low level contaminated, aka
radioactive water into the Pacific.
The amount of water released is not known.   
Penthouse publisher FriendFinder Networks files for bankruptcy
FriendFinder
Networks (FFNT.PK), which publishes the adult magazine Penthouse, filed
for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Tuesday with the aim of cutting its debt
load as the company struggled to make certain loan payments, a court
filing showed.
The holding company, which also houses internet sites such as
adultfriendfinder.com, listed out estimated liabilities of $500 million
to $1 billion and assets less than $10 million, according to a court
filing.   
Turkey downs Syrian helicopter, claims it violated airspace
A
Turkish F-16 jet has shot down a Syrian MI-17 attack helicopter, saying
it made a 2 km incursion into its airspace and ignored warnings.

The Turkish military has released a statement saying that it first
identified the Russian-built helicopter 26 nautical miles (48 km) away
from its airspace, and radioed the pilots until it was within 5 nautical
miles (9 km) of it.   

Islamist Nour party walks out of Egypt’s constitution talks
Egypt’s
second biggest Islamist party on Monday walked out of a committee
amending the constitution, to protest against moves to curb the
influence of Islam in state affairs.

The Salafist al-Nour party, which backed the army’s overthrow of the
more moderate Islamist Mohamed Mursi from the presidency in July, said
it was not quitting the committee but wanted to show its anger.   

Bangladesh: Abdul Kader Mullah gets death penalty for war crimes
Bangladesh’s
Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of an Islamist leader against his
jail term for war crimes and sentenced him to death.

In February Abdul Kader Mullah, of the Jamaat-e-Islami party, was
convicted by a special tribunal of crimes during the 1971 war of
independence with Pakistan.  

Why is France pushing so hard on Syria?
In
a secretive compound north of Paris, colored blips and blotches on a
computer-screen map of Damascus depict an armored vehicle at a highway,
tanks, a blown-up building in a suburban field. An unusual glimpse at
France’s military intelligence headquarters demonstrates how closely the
French are watching what’s happening in Syria — and how involved the
French government is in ending Syria’s civil war.  
Why a US recovery may send Treasurys, dollar crashing
The
Federal Reserve’s expected move to scale back monetary stimulus signals
that the U.S. economy is gaining traction, but some economists argue
that the good growth story is precisely why things look bad for the
dollar and bond markets.  

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