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October 09, 2005

An American in chains
“James Yee entered Guantanamo as a patriotic US officer and Muslim chaplain. He ended up in shackles, branded a spy. This is his disturbing story.”
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July 31, 2005

Finger points to British intelligence as al-Qaeda websites are wiped out
“Over the past fortnight Israeli intelligence agents have noticed something distinctly odd happening on the internet. One by one, Al-Qaeda’s affiliated websites have vanished until only a handful remain”
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July 18, 2005

Politics Intrudes in Bombing Inquiry, Deepening the French-British Rift
France’s antiterrorism coordinator is more interested in leaking erroneous info and playing political slappy face than in working with his peers to fight terrorism. Britain won’t share the time of day now, but no worries, Parisians!
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July 10, 2005

The hate
“Who planted the London bombs? Experts believe a new generation of angry young British Muslims has spawned its own terrorists.”
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June 15, 2005

Airport Security’s Grand Illusion
“if 624 million passengers each spend two hours every year waiting in line, the annual loss to the economy comes to $32 billion”
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May 30, 2005

Torture: The Case Against, and Prescription for
This has moved well past “a few bad apples” to a shameful institutional problem. We used to uphold the highest standards, but now, many only care that our standards are a half notch above those of the terrorists we proclaim as fully evil.
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American Grand Strategy After 9/11: An Assessment by the U.S. Army War College
“In the three years since 9-11, the Administration has yet to arrive at a clear definition of the enemy or the aim in the War on Terrorism; to date, American policy has combined ambitious public statements with ambiguity on critical particulars.”
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May 28, 2005

Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, Guitar Slinger and Counterterrorism Consultant
Former Doobie says, “I’m told I make a very good bad guy.” I’ve been told the same thing.
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November 28, 2004

Troops Hunting Al Qaeda Members Withdrawn
Pakistan has given up on finding bin Laden in their tribal areas
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November 23, 2004

Many Women Say Airport Pat-Downs Are a Humiliation
Reecie mentioned this on Monday: “Remind me to tell you about the UTTERLY PUBLIC GlRL-ON-GlRL FEEL-UP AND GROPE-FEST officially known as A SECURITY CHECK”
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October 23, 2004

Al Qaeda Plot To Attack Around Elections? Nevermind, “No Direct Evidence”
‘one senior FBI counterterrorism official ... spoke on the condition of anonymity because authorities have been instructed not to talk publicly about the issue before the elections’
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October 15, 2004

ABC News successfully shipped 15 pounds of depleted uranium into the country two years in a row
The containers were shipped through several supposedly state-of-the-art checkpoints ... and were missed
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October 05, 2004

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September 12, 2004

An excellent collection of links on 9-11 from Winds of Change
A bit of a ‘best of the blogosphere,’ and I’m honored Joe included me
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July 24, 2004

Vivisimo Clustering Engine - Searchable 9/11 Commission Report
This is very very cool, and will be quite useful, I’m sure
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July 22, 2004

HTML: The 9/11 Commission Report
Another fine hypertext product from kottke.org
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PDF: The 9-11 Commission Report
In my opinion, it ought to be required reading for every American
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Was “Terror in the Skies” really just the Syrian Wayne Newton?
Clinton Taylor finds the Syrian band on Annie Jacobsen’s flight, and makes some excellent points
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June 27, 2004

This 4th of July, watch out for those floating beer coolers
An insidious plot to sucker in the average American Bubba
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June 05, 2004

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June 02, 2004

Photos you can’t take in NYC anymore
“you cannot legally take any photos taken ON or near a Bridge without permission”
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May 28, 2004

“Dear Brian,” a heartwrenching collection of letters to a brother lost on 9/11
We forget those who deal with the losses of 9/11 everyday. These letters brought me to tears.
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May 24, 2004

Suspicions about a new terrorist attack have U.S. spies scrambling
”...a massive, multipronged assault on the United States ... between this summer’s political conventions and October”
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Terrorists threaten to kill Madonna
Doesn’t sound like a typical death threat at all
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May 22, 2004

Who let the Saudis leave U.S. on Sept. 13-14, 2001?
“the commission will state in its final report if the White House refused to answer questions about who authorized the Saudi flights after the 2001 attacks.”
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May 15, 2004

How evidence obtained through coercion is undermining the legal war on terrorism
Phil Carter lays out how the CIA may have screwed up multiple cases
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May 05, 2004

War Game: Sam Nunn tell Brussels they’ve been nuked
“It’s too easy for the G8 to have a photo opportunity ... to have press conferences, make a bunch of pledges, go home and everybody forgets about it”
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April 30, 2004

“file sharing is hurting the worldwide war on terrorism”
At least, when soldiers do it and hog their unit’s bandwidth
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April 22, 2004

ThisisLondon: Terror On The Dole
“the irony is not lost on him that the British state is supporting him financially, even as he plots to ‘overthrow it’”
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March 24, 2004

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It’s a Circular Firing Squad of Flying Attack Monkeys!
”...the Bush administration attacks on the character ... of Richard Clarke remind one of the flying attack monkeys from ‘The Wizard of Oz.’”

 



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