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Toulouse patsy Mohamed Merah worked for French Intelligence

Translated by SOTT

The DCRI has been charged with the investigation into the Toulouse and Montauban murders, whereas its legitimacy is being challenged.

© Mehdi Fedouach / AFPThe family of Imad Ibn Ziaten, killed during the Toulouse false flag, was received by the antiterrorist judges on the 14th of May
On the 18th of October 2007, Mohamed Merah underwent a road police check near a Toulouse suburbs. Driving a BMW, the driver and his passenger caught the attention of law enforcement officers Laurent S. and Agnès B. and of security assistant Anthony C. Mohamed Merah's name appeared in bold in the file of people wanted by the police. On the note, 50600980 RG, it was mentioned: "DO NOT DRAW ATTENTION. SECURITY OF THE STATE." The three officers looked at each other, stunned, but went on with their control check. "In such cases, orders are clear: we act like nothing happened", explains a public official.

Comment: Mohamed Merah did not kill anybody - he was a patsy, and just like 911, the official version of the Toulouse attacks and of Mohamed Merah's death is a lie

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Ottawa Airport Wired with Microphones as Border Services Prepares to Record Travellers' Conversations

© Mike Carroccetto /The Ottawa CitizenSophisticated cameras and microphones will put passengers at the Ottawa airport under greater scrutiny than ever before.
Canada, Ottawa - Sections of the Ottawa airport are now wired with microphones that can eavesdrop on travellers' conversations.

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is nearing completion of a $500,000 upgrade of old video cameras used to monitor its new "customs controlled areas," including the primary inspection area for arriving international passengers.

As part of the work, the agency is introducing audio-monitoring equipment as well.

"It is important to note that even though audio technology is installed, no audio is recorded at this time. It will become functional at a later date," CBSA spokesman Chris Kealey said in a written statement.

But whenever that occurs, the technology, "will record conversations," the agency said in a separate statement in response to Citizen questions.

Meanwhile, as many as 88 of the new high-definition video cameras are to be ready this summer.

Once the Ottawa equipment is activated, signs will be posted referring passersby to a "privacy notice" that will be posted on the CBSA website, and to a separate help line explaining how the recordings will be used, stored, disclosed and retained.


25 Killed, Over 45 Injured as Bomb Hits Market in North West Pakistan

© Xinhua/Umar QayyumPeople transfer a blast victim to a hospital in northwest Pakistan's Peshawar on June 16, 2012.
Islamabad -- At least 25 people were killed and over 45 others injured when a bomb ripped through a busy market in Pakistan's northwest tribal area of Khyber Agency on Saturday, local media reported.

The blast took place at about 11:00 a.m. local time near a bus stop at a market area in Landi Kotal, a town in Kyber Agency, which is only some five kilometers away from Torkham, a border checkpost along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, said local Urdu TV channel Express.

The bomb was hidden inside a car parked at the market and was detonated by a remote-controlled device, said police, adding that several shops and vehicles near the blast site were also destroyed.

Security forces and rescue team quickly arrived at the scene after the blast.

Comment: Whenever you read that "no group claimed responsibility" or "a previously unknown group claimed responsibility", note that this is the hallmark of state terrorist activities:

The British Empire - A Lesson In State Terrorism


Bad Boys Exposed: Secret Service's 229-Page Log Reveals Agents' Porn, Wiretap, Embezzlement and Drunken Misdeeds

© Kevin Lamarque/ReutersPresident Obama walks, with Secret Service agents by his side
It went way beyond hookers.

Secret Service agents and officers have been accused of leaking sensitive information, publishing porn, sexual assaults, illegal wiretaps, embezzlement and drunkenness on duty, according to a 229-page log released yesterday.

After a prostitution scandal in April, when agents consorted with hookers while preparing for President Obama's arrival in Colombia, Service Director Mark Sullivan apologized. But he said it was an isolated case, not a "systemic issue."

However, the log, which the Service Service released yesterday after news organizations requested it under the Freedom of Information Act, shows a pattern of misdeeds dating back to 2003.


Sheldon Adelson Tops Romney Donor List That Now Includes 32 Billionaires

Sheldon Adelson
© Agence France-Presse/Getty Images/Aaron TamSheldon Adelson, billionaire #32 to give to Romney-backing super PAC.
Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson has reportedly donated $10 million to a super PAC supporting Mitt Romney, as he hinted he would after a recent Las Vegas meeting with the GOP candidate.

Adelson's $10 million check is by far the biggest gift to date to Restore Our Future, a group that's attracted five new billionaire donors in as many weeks.

As my colleague Steve Bertoni pointed out, having spoken at length to Adelson for a Forbes cover story, $10 million may just be the start of the Las Vegas Sands chief's generosity. He may well give $100 million, as he'd planned to donate to Newt Gingrich's now-defunct campaign.


Julian Assange: After Sweden Will He End Up Like Manning?

Now that Julian Assange's appeal against extradition has failed, fears are that he will then be shipped on from Sweden to the U.S.A.

Digital Journal reported on June 14 that Assange's appeal to the U.K. Supreme Court to reopen his extradition case had been denied.

He is due to be extradited to Sweden in two weeks, where he is wanted for questioning over allegations of sexual assault and rape. It is feared that once in Sweden, he is likely to then be sent on to the U.S.A.


US backtracks on claims Russia is arming Syrian regime

© Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty ImagesCaught in another bald-faced lie: Hillary Clinton's accusation against Russia prompted a stern denial.
State department acknowledges Damascus already owned attack helicopters, cited by Hillary Clinton as escalating violence

The US state department has acknowledged that Russian helicopters it claimed had been sent recently to the Syrian regime were, in fact, refurbished ones already owned by Damascus.

Secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, claimed on Tuesday that "the latest information we have that there are attack helicopters on the way from Russia to Syria".

The state department admitted details had been omitted from Clinton's speech in which she accused Russia of escalating the violent situation in Syria. But spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said: "Whether they are new or they are refurbished, the concern remains that they will be used for the exact same purpose that the current helicopters in Syria are being used, and that is to kill civilians.


Obama bickers with "heckler" who accuses him of favouring immigrant workers to Americans

A reporter for a conservative news website heckled Obama as he announced his new immigration policy on Friday, clearly angering the president.

During Obama's speech, Neil Munro, an Irish-born reporter for the Daily Caller, yelled: 'Why do you favor foreigners over American workers?'

The president, who was speaking in the White House's Rose Garden, stumbled before placing up his hand in Mr Munro's direction and responding: 'Not while I'm speaking.'


Homeland Security Video on Conspiracy Theorists- Public Service Announcement


Invasion in the making: U.S. military completes initial planning for Syria

The U.S. military has completed its own planning for how American troops would conduct a variety of operations against Syria, or to assist neighboring countries in the event action was ordered, officials tell CNN.

In recent weeks, the Pentagon has finalized its assessment of what types of units would be needed, how many troops, and even the cost of certain potential operations, officials tell CNN.

Multiple military officials say initial planning is complete with a full understanding of what types of troops and units would be needed. This has been done so that if President Obama were to ask for options the military would be ready to present them. But officials say additional detailed work would have to be done before forces could be deployed.

The planning comes as the U.S. has become increasingly concerned that the violence in Syria is verging on civil war. Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said the recent series of bombings have heightened the worry.

Dempsey said it reminded him of the escalating violence during the Iraq war.

Comment: Read: General Wesley Clark Reveals US Plan To Invade Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, And Iran