Archive for June, 2009

U.S. vs. Israel

U.S. vs. Israel

8 June 2009: Clearly, the accuracy of our high-level intelligence sources is unquestionable. The U.S. abandonment - “and worse” - of Israel was laid out in our article last December. We believe that it is important enough to report that article in its entirety.

U.S. Intelligence Official about Israel: “This is just the beginning”

U.S. Intelligence official “breaks silence” on Israel situation”

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Why Lightning Didn’t Destroy Air France Jet

Why Lightning Didn’t Destroy Air France Jet

5 June 2009: A NASA researcher who did groundbreaking work in lightning protections for aircraft says that he’d be “astounded” if lightning caused the Air France crash over the Atlantic Ocean, because of the extensive shielding and other protections built into modern aircraft, including the A-330 that disappeared between Rio de Janeiro and Paris on Monday.

Complete article from Technology Review

Another possible missile-airline incident in the U.S.

4 June 2009: It was almost a year to the day that a pilot of a Continental Flight 1544 reported seeing appeared to be some type of rocket or missile flying past his cockpit shortly after takeoff from Bush Intercontinental Airport in Texas. The Northeast Intelligence Network reported on that incident at this link.

Last Friday, a Continental Express pilot reported seeing a “missile or rocket” flying within 150 feet of his aircraft as he was flying at 13,000 feet over Liberty County, Texas, on a flight originating in Houston and destined for South Carolina. The pilot reported the incident to the Federal Aviation Administration and the FBI, who met last week with the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department.

According to public news reports, the plane had 29 people on board and continued the flight without further incident. Our investigation is continuing.

Warnings of a bio-attack & the art of public deception

Warnings of a bio-attack & the art of public deception

By Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

4 June 2009: The “breaking exclusive” published yesterday by The Washington Times warning of a possible bio-attack from the southern border is curious in terms of both timing and content. The basis of the news article is a video that aired on al Jazeera TV in February - over four months ago. All American media had access to this very video at the same time it was broadcast in February, yet disregarded any reference to it. Shortly after the release of this video was made public in February, the Northeast Intelligence Network received numerous e-mails about its existence. An evaluation of the video by investigators and analysts found nothing significant in terms of its intelligence value beyond the obvious, yet remained amazed by the interest generated by the video. Now, there is a renewed interest in this video, and even the most patriotic and well-meaning Americans are being duped in the name of national security. 

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Muslim attack on Little Rock Army-Navy recruiting station

Muslim attack on Little Rock Army-Navy recruiting station

2 June 2009: It is unknown if he acted alone or whether this was intended as an isolated attack. What is known is that 24 year-old Carlos Leon Bledsoe, who changed his name to the Islamic Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, opened fire at an Army-Navy recruiting station in Little Rock, Arkansas yesterday, killing one soldier and critically injuring another. Muhammad was arrested shortly after his shooting spree in his vehicle. Police found more than one hundred rounds of ammunition, an SKS assault rifle, 2 pistols, and 2 military books inside of his vehicle.

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