Monthly Archives: April 2013

Infrared state of the art

1900 feet.  Boston Bomber in a boat. 

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FBI Stingray cellphone tracking system

The technology in question, known formally as International Mobile Subscriber Identity locators, allow both the FBI and, in at least several documented cases, local law enforcement the capacity to filter through a large amount of cellphone data in a given … Continue reading

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The first drone strike in Pakistan

Nek Muhammad was a Pashtun militant who was killed in 2004, in the first C.I.A. drone strike in Pakistan.On a hot day in June 2004, the Pashtun tribesman was lounging inside a mud compound in South Waziristan, speaking by satellite … Continue reading

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South Africa and the Bomb

South Africa’s apartheid regime 30 years succeeded in building six Hiroshima-size bombs. The apartheid regime’s “Project Chalet,” was already within reach of perfecting a usable, deliverable atomic bomb. In 2010, The top secret minutes of the meeting were released. : “Minister … Continue reading

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Ricin and Elvis

Breaking 4/23/2013 charges dropped! http://www.daily-chronicle.com/2013/04/23/charges-dropped-against-man-in-ricin-letters-case/a7s0nr0/ Obama, Sen. Roger Wicker and an unnamed Mississippi justice official had  letters addressed to the aforementioned political figures, containing a highly toxic ricin. All were caught at the postal distribution facilities that have sensors for … Continue reading

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IS the FBI going down a wrong path to entrapments?

Yesterday.  An Illinois teenager who was friends with a man charged last year with trying to bomb a Chicago bar was arrested at an airport on his way to try to join a terrorist group in war-torn Syria, the FBI … Continue reading

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some thing are more important than sequester

The U.S. Navy has awarded 14 companies contracts potentially worth up to $899,788,000 combined to research, develop and produce capabilities for C5ISR (command, control, communications, computers, combat systems, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. Awardees will also compete for task orders to R&D, build, test … Continue reading

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