Wednesday, August 23, 2006

'News round up' re-start...

5.5 DC9 COKE BUST FALLOUT: WORSE THAN SNAKES ON A PLANE --Daniel Hopsicker

To Mix The Impossible Bomb: Suspects Charged, Arraigned In Alleged Bombing Plot
--Brad Blog

Army intell. analyst under investigation for suggesting 9/11 was inside job
--The Lone Star Iconoclast

Forty-one-year-old Sergeant First Class Donald Buswell, who served over 19 years in the United States Army and received a Purple Heart after being injured in Iraq, has now been labeled "disloyal" by the Army for suggesting 9/11 was an inside job. In response to an unsolicited e-mail, Bushwell wrote the following:

"I say Occums razor is the best way to deduce this ‘day of infamy’; if you weigh all options, do some simple studying you will see 911 was clearly not executed by some arabs in caves with cell phones and 3 day old newspapers! I mean how are Arabs benefiting from pulling off 911? They have more war, more death and dismal conditions, so, how did 911 benefit them? Answer: It didn’t. So, who benefited from 9-11? The answer is sad, but simple; The Military Industial [sic] Complex.

It’s not a paranoid conspiracy to think there are conspiracies out there...and, it’s not Liberal Lunacy either, nor is it Conservative Kookiness! People, fellow citizens we’ve been had! We must demand a new independent investigation into 911 and look at all options of that day, and all plausabilities [sic], even the most incredulous theories must be examined."

As the Iconoclast reports:

"Upon returning to his office the next day, Buswell discovered the locks had been changed, his security clearance was revoked, and an investigation had been launched. Buswell’s commanding officer, Colonel Luke Green, drafted a letter assigning Major Edwin Escobar to the investigation. According to sources, Colonel Green has asserted that SFC Buswell failed to obey Army regulations when he used his government issued email account to send what have been termed as messages disloyal to the United States with the intent of stirring up disloyalty, in a manner that brings discredit upon the United States Army."

Poll: Opposition to Iraq war at all-time high --CNN

Marines Who Served Will Be Ordered Back --LA Times

Is the Next Step a Draft? --ABC News (The Blotter)
"An Iraq War veterans group says the call-up of thousands of Marines from the Individual Ready Reserve, announced by the Pentagon today, is 'one of the last steps before resorting to a draft.'"
US made an offer Iran can only refuse --Inter Press Service

Iran Sanctions Could Fracture Coalition
--NY Times

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