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France opens terror probe in Strasbourg shooting | 11 Dec 2018 | French prosecutors say a terror investigation has been opened into the shooting at a Christmas market in Strasbourg that has left two dead and up to eight wounded, including several in critical condition. The Paris prosecutor, who is in charge of anti-terror probes in France, is heading to Strasbourg, according to a statement from his office. The prosecutor's office says the investigation is for murder and attempted murder in relation with a terrorist enterprise.
France 'terror' shooting leaves 3 dead, multiple injured with gunman on the run - officials | 11 Dec 2018 | A shooting in Strasbourg, France, on Tuesday killed three people, wounded several others and is being treated as an act of "terror," police and government officials said, adding that the gunman is on the run. The suspect opened fire in downtown Strasbourg on Orfevre Street around 8 p.m. local time, government authorities Préfet de la région Grand-Est et du Bas-Rhin revealed on Twitter. The gunman is known to police and has a criminal record, Interior Minister Christophe Castaner told reporters.
Three dead and 12 injured in shooting at Strasbourg Christmas market - as anti-terror police hunt gunman
Three dead and 12 injured in shooting at Strasbourg Christmas market - as anti-terror police hunt gunman who fled in a hijacked taxi after being injured in shootout --Police have said the gunman was known to the authorities [as usual], has a criminal record, and was on a security watchlist which identified him as a threat to the state --The Strasbourg-based European Parliament was put on lockdown following the shooting | 11 Dec 2018 | Three people have died and 12 have been injured after a gunman opened fire with an automatic handgun close to a Christmas market in Strasbourg, French authorities have said. Six of the 12 people were seriously wounded in the attack, 'three of four' of whom may have life-threatening injuries, according to town mayor Roland Ries. The shooting took place close to the historic Christmas market in Strasbourg's central square Place Kleber. Police have announced they know the identity of the gunman, who has a criminal record and was a designated 'threat to the state' on a security services watchlist. French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner has now said that security would be stepped up at Christmas markets across France and that more than 600 police were involved in the manhunt along with soldiers from the Sentinel anti-terrorist initiative.
Featured Read With Jameson Campaigne: Springtime for Snowflakes: 'Social Justice and Its Postmodern Parentage'
Featured Read With Jameson Campaigne: Springtime for Snowflakes: 'Social Justice and Its Postmodern Parentage' On Point Mag., Vol. 1 No. 4. October 2018, p. 54.
Record count reported for mysterious paralyzing illness | 10 Dec 2018 | This year has seen a record number of cases of a mysterious paralyzing illness in children, U.S. health officials said Monday. It’s still not clear what’s causing the kids to lose the ability to move their face, neck, back, arms or legs. [Vaccines?] The symptoms tend to occur about a week after the children had a fever and respiratory illness.
Julian Assange rejects UK-Ecuador deal for him to leave the embassy | 06 dec 2018 | Julian Assange's lawyer has rejected an agreement announced by Ecuador's president to see him leave the Ecuadorean embassy in London, after six years inside. Lenin Moreno, the president of Ecuador, has made no secret of his wish to be rid of the WikiLeaks founder, who sought asylum inside the embassy in June 2012 and has not left since. On Thursday Mr Moreno announced that a deal had been reached between London and Quito to allow Mr Assange, 47, to be released...Mr Assange's lawyer, Barry Pollack, told The Telegraph that the deal was not acceptable. The legal team have long argued that they will not accept any agreement which risks his being extradited to the United States.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai says tech giant is no haven for political bias [LOL!] | 10 Dec 2018 | Embattled [perjuring sack of Deep State sh*t] Google CEO Sundar Pichai, amid allegations of anti-conservative bias and privacy violations on the platform, plans to tell in [prepared remarks] the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday that his company is no haven for political bias. [Yeah, right! How many hundreds of times over the years has the CLG Newsletter hit the Gmail junk bin, despite the recipient CONSTANTLY asserting that the CLG News is a trusted email contact? And yet, actual spam always arrives in the Google inbox, unmolested.] Google has been under close scrutiny amid allegations of anti-conservative bias, which it [insanely] denies.
OMG: Twitter warns critics of Islamic extremism that their tweets could break Pakistani law | 10 Dec 2018 | Twitter has warned prominent critics of Islamic extremism that their tweets may break Pakistani law. The social network [of sociopaths] has emailed two well-known commentators on Islam, terrorism and women's rights to tell them that their tweeting has been complained about and could be illegal in the country. Pakistan has previously threatened to block Twitter if the company did not remove content which the government had deemed "offensive". The recipients of the emails are not of Pakistani nationality or resident in Pakistan.
Corsi sues Mueller for alleged leaks and illegal surveillance | 09 Dec 2018 | Conservative author Jerome Corsi on Sunday filed a lawsuit against special counsel Robert Mueller, alleging that Mueller illegally surveilled him as part of the investigation. Corsi, in the document filed in the District Court for the District of Columbia, also claims that Mueller's office leaked confidential information surrounding Corsi’s testimony before the special counsel's grand jury. "Defendant Mueller and his prosecutorial and media staff, acting in their official capacity and personally, also illegally released grand jury information to harm Plaintiff Corsi by attempting to destroy his reputation and personal and professional well-being and livelihood, thus also attempting to drive him into bankruptcy," the document reads in part. The lawsuit is also filed against the Department of Justice, the FBI, the NSA and the CIA.
Yellow Vest protesters erect GUILLOTINE bearing French President's political party name amid revolt that will force Macron to address nation
Yellow Vest protesters erect a GUILLOTINE bearing French President's political party name amid revolt that will force Macron to address the nation tonight -Yellow Vest protesters erected the guillotine bearing the slogan En Marche! in a threat to Emmanuel Macron --The move came after another weekend of rioting swept France, leaving dozens hurt and hundreds in custody --Macron, who has already made 'humiliating' concessions, is expected to go further in a TV address tonight | 09 Dec 2018 | Yellow Vest protesters in Paris erected a guillotine bearing the name of Emmanuel Macron's political party in a direct threat to the under-fire French President. The move came as the country's finance minister warned the violent protests sweeping the country are a 'catastrophe' for the nation's economy. The demonstrators torched cars, vandalised and looted shops and restaurants, and hurled stones in a fourth weekend of protests in Paris.
Ayers Won't Be Trump Chief of Staff --Meadows, Lighthizer, Mulvaney, Whitaker said among contenders | 09 Dec 2018 | Top vice-presidential aide Nick Ayers won’t take over as expected from John Kelly when the White House chief of staff steps down. With Ayers out of the running, the focus turns to other candidates to fill Kelly's shoes. Among those President Donald Trump is actively weighing, or has mentioned as possibilities, are Republican Representative Mark Meadows, chairman of the conservative Freedom Caucus, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, budget director Mick Mulvaney and Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, according to several people familiar with the matter. The president will decide on a chief of staff by end of the year, said another person familiar with the matter.
Trump floating Mark Meadows for White House chief of staff - reports | 09 Dec 2018 | President Trump has privately been floating the idea of replacing chief of staff John Kelly with Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), according to Axios. The news outlet, citing three sources with knowledge of the matter, reported on Sunday that Trump has recently been asking many people about who he should name as his chief of staff when Kelly officially departs. He's asked many of them what they think of Meadows, a North Carolina congressman who is currently the chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus. He's also reportedly mentioned three other people as other possible candidates.
Google employee, 22, found dead inside NYC headquarters --The city Medical Examiner's office will determine the cause of death. [Hmm... Did he use the wrong pronoun?] | 08 Dec 2018 | A "vibrant" Google software engineer was found dead inside the tech giant's Chelsea headquarters, according to cops and sources. A janitor found 22-year-old Scott Krulcik unconscious at his work terminal on the sixth floor of the building on Eighth Avenue near West 16th Street around 9 p.m. Friday, police sources said. EMS workers tried to perform CPR, but to no avail. Krulcik was pronounced dead at the scene.
Comey transcript released: Ex-FBI boss claims not to know, remember key details in Russia case | 08 Dec 2018 | Former FBI Director James Comey claimed "I don't know" or "I don’t remember" in response to dozens of questions concerning key details in the Russia probe, according to a lengthy transcript released Saturday of his closed-door interview with congressional lawmakers. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., published the 235-page transcript as a part of an agreement with Comey. The former bureau boss frustrated GOP lawmakers during Friday's session, in large part because his lawyers urged him not to answer numerous questions.
Ukraine's president poses with 'elite' paratrooper sporting Waffen SS insignia | 08 Dec 2018 | Petro Poroshenko has met the country's elite troops -- paratroopers -- ahead of their redeployment to bolster the "partial" martial law state. One of the soldiers openly sported an insignia of a Waffen SS division. In the Zhitomir region, Poroshenko stood for photos with the servicemen, who were to be redeployed to other, "dangerous" regions of the country to prop up the 30-day period of the so-called "partial" martial law that Poroshenko announced following the Kerch Strait incident. One of the troopers, standing just a few steps away from Ukraine's president, proudly displayed the insignia of the 3rd SS Panzer Division Totenkopf right on his chest.
Jihadis are plotting a devastating chemical weapons attack in Britain and could launch a chlorine bomb on London Underground, security chiefs warn
Jihadis are plotting a devastating chemical weapons attack in Britain and could launch a chlorine bomb on London Underground, security chiefs warn | 08 Dec 2018 | Terror chiefs believe a devastating chemical weapons attack in Britain is now 'more likely than not', The Mail on Sunday can reveal. The chilling assessment follows the interception of 'chatter' between senior figures in Islamic State (IS). The terror group has been inspired by the poisoning of former KGB agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, by Russian MI6 agents in March. Before the novichok attack in Salisbury, the Government's Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) put the risk of a chemical weapons strike by jihadis at 25 per cent. Security sources say that has now surged to more than 50 per cent. There are particular fears over the potential for a chlorine bomb to be detonated on the London Underground. The threat is considered so severe that terror chiefs secretly met with emergency services bosses a fortnight ago to 'war game' their response to such an atrocity.
Comey's confession: dossier not verified before, or after, FISA warrant | 08 Dec 2018 | ...Ex-FBI boss [James Comey] confessed that the FBI had not corroborated much of the Steele dossier before it was submitted as evidence to a secret court to support a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant to spy on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page in the final weeks of the election. And Comey admitted much of the dossier remained uncorroborated more than six months later when he was fired by President Trump. I won't waste too much time harping on the enormity of this confession. Everyday Americans now know that the FISA court process is an honor system and that the FBI may only submit evidence it has verified to the judges. Comey now has confirmed what Republican lawmakers like Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa), Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) have warned about for months -- that the FBI used an unverified dossier, paid for by presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party as political opposition research, to justify spying on the duly nominated GOP candidate for president just weeks before Election Day.
Principal bans candy canes, says 'J shape' stands for Jesus | 07 Dec 2018 | An elementary school principal in Nebraska was placed on leave after telling teachers to avoid decorating their classrooms with Christmas-themed ornaments so as not to offend those who don’t celebrate the holiday. The principal at Manchester Elementary School, identified by Fox affiliate KPTM as Jennifer Sinclair, sent out a memo earlier this week with guidelines as to what is considered appropriate for classroom decorations and assignments. Teachers reportedly were told that generic winter-themed items, such as sledding and scarves, and the "Frozen" character Olaf, were acceptable. Decorations that included Santa, Christmas trees, reindeer, green and red items and even candy canes, however, were not acceptable for the elementary school.
'Perfectly healthy' Las Vegas man unable to walk, speak, see or breathe on his own after getting flu vaccine
'Perfectly healthy' Las Vegas man unable to walk, speak, see or breathe on his own after getting flu vaccine --'About 36-hours after he got the flu shot, he started to get sick.' - wife Monique --Doctors started treating Shane for Guillain-Barre Syndrome. | 30 Nov 2018 | A Las Vegas man became partially paralyzed, lost his vision and the ability to walk just one day after receiving a flu vaccine. He's been hospitalized for the last 2 weeks. At one point he was even put on a ventilator and in the ICU, and his family blames the flu shot. Shane Morgan went from perfectly healthy to unable to speak, walk, or breathe on his own.
Trump to announce Nauert as new UN ambassador Friday - report | 06 Dec 2018 | President Trump will reportedly announce Friday that he has selected State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert to succeed Nikki Haley as the the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Fox News reports that Trump will make the announcement Friday morning in a tweet. Nauert was reported last month to have been offered the job, but no official announcement has yet been made about Haley's replacement. Nauert's appointment to the top ambassadorship would follow Haley's surprise resignation in October.