From: CLG News <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, Nov 17, 2011 at 4:16 PM
Subject: [bangla-vision] Zuccotti Park protester arrested for making terroristic threats 17 Nov 2011
White House gun suspect obsessed with Obama 16 Nov 2011 A man [Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez] with an apparent obsession with President Barack Obama has been arrested in Pennsylvania after the U.S. Secret Service, the presidential bodyguards, discovered two bullets had struck the White House while the president was away, authorities said Wednesday. One bullet smashed into a window of the living quarters of the executive mansion but was stopped by ballistic glass. Prosecutors say they're considering charges of attempted assassination, even though the incident presented no threat to the president.
Arrested Alleged W.House Shooter Has Distinctive 'Israel' Tattoo Posted by www.legitgov.org 17 Nov 2011 Man arrested in D.C. shooting has 'Israel' tattoo 16 Nov 2011 A man arrested in an alleged shooting near the White House has "Israel" tattooed on his neck. In a Nov. 12 web posting, the U.S. Park Police say they are seeking Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez, 21, in the Nov. 11 shooting in the 1600 block of Constitution Avenue in Washington, between the White House and the Washington Monument. [The description by the Park Police read, 'His right hand has a tattoo of three dots, he has a tattoo stating "Ortega" on his upper back, a tattoo on his right chest of rosary beads and hands clasped in prayer, a tattoo of folded hands on left chest, and the words "Israel" tattooed on left side of neck.] Pennsylvania State police on Wednesday arrested Ortega-Hernandez, according to an ABC news report. Police reportedly have asked demonstrators with the Occupy Wall Street movement encamped nearby if they have seen Ortega among them. [LOL! Instead, check the Langley False Flag Freelance payroll log -- I'm sure they can find him that way. --LRP]
Obama: US to boost Asia-Pacific military presence --U.S. to send 2,500 Marines to Australia 17 Nov 2011 Signaling a determination to counter a rising China, President Barack Obama vowed Thursday to expand U.S. influence in the Asia-Pacific region and "project power and deter threats to peace" in that part of the world. "The United States is a Pacific power, and we are here to stay," he declared in a speech to the Australian Parliament, sending an unmistakable message to Beijing. Obama's bullish speech came several hours after announcing he would send military aircraft and up to 2,500 Marines to northern Australia for a training hub to help allies and protect American corpora-terrorists' interests across Asia.
Iraq Inquiry report to be delayed until summer of 2012 16 Nov 2011 The publication of Iraq Inquiry report will be delayed for at least six months due in part to a dispute over the release of secret documents. The Chilcot inquiry had hoped to release its report into the run-up to the 2003 invasion and its aftermath before the end of the year. But it now says this will not happen until next summer at the earliest.
Report: U.S. Air Force receives new 15-ton bunker buster bombs --Massive bombs are capable of destroying underground targets, such as Iran's nuclear sites 16 Nov 2011 The U.S. Air Force has received new 30,000-pound bombs capable of destroying deep underground bunkers, the Bloomberg news agency reported. The U.S. Air Force reportedly started receiving the bombs in September. The bombs are six times bigger than the U.S. Air Force's current bunker-busters. According to the Bloomberg report, the Boeing company in August received a $32 million contract for eight of the bombs.
Iran expert: U.S. elections increase likelihood of Israeli strike --Former State Department official says Israel may feel it has more room to act alone in an election year, and may only inform the U.S. after the planes take off 16 Nov 2011 An Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear sites may become likelier in 2012 if Israel calculates it has more room to act alone in a U.S. presidential election year, a former U.S. official and nuclear diplomacy expert said. Mark Fitzpatrick, an Iran watcher at the International Institute of Strategic Studies, told Reuters... that he feared that if countries like Israel that felt most threatened by Iran lost faith in the international community to act firmly, they could act alone.
France summons Israeli ambassador over Gaza raid --Israeli envoy rebuked over Gaza raid which wounded French consul and family; incident added strains to already tense relationship between Israel and France. 16 Nov 2011 France's Foreign Ministry summoned Israel's ambassador on Wednesday over an air strike in Gaza that injured the French consul and his family on Sunday. The French consul, his wife and 13-year-old daughter were hit by shrapnel at their residence in Gaza during the strike on Sunday night.
Japan mulls over rice ban after radiation findings 17 Nov 2011 Japan is expected to announce its first ban on rice sales in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster after samples showed radioactive contamination well above legal limits, officials said on Thursday. The findings will further worry nervous consumers, already fretting over the safety of domestic produce, despite its previous solid reputation. Authorities in Fukushima prefecture say rice produced near the stricken atomic power plant contained caesium they measured at 630 becquerels per kg.
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