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Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Kerry Workers' Tire-Slashing Trial Begins

Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2006 11:32 a.m. EST

Fourteen months after John Kerry narrowly carried Wisconsin in the 2004 presidential election amidst allegations of voter fraud, five campaign workers for the Kerry-Edwards campaign team are set for trial Tuesday in Milwaukee on felony charges of damage to property.

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by Staff Sgt. Kevin L. Moses
January 11, 2006
Soldiers from Company B, 2nd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, search for weapons caches near the village of Shakaria, Iraq.

Major Terror Plot Against US Ignored By US Media

Source: Assyrian International News Agency

The mainstream U.S. media outlets have failed to report a major terrorist plot against the U.S. - because it would tend to support President Bush's use of NSA domestic surveillance, according to media watchdog groups.

News of a planned attack masterminded by three Algerians operating out of Italy was widely reported outside the U.S., but went virtually unreported in the American media.

Italian authorities recently announced that they had used wiretaps to uncover the conspiracy to conduct a series of major attacks inside the U.S.

Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu said the planned attacks would have targeted stadiums, ships and railway stations, and the terrorists' goal, he said, was to exceed the devastation caused by 9/11.
Italian authorities stepped up their internal surveillance programs after July's terrorist bombings in London. Their domestic wiretaps picked up phone conversations by Algerian Yamine Bouhrama that discussed terrorist attacks in Italy and abroad.

Italian authorities arrested Bouhrama on November 15 and he remains in prison. Authorities later arrested two other men, Achour Rabah and Tartaq Sami, who are believed to be Bouhrama's chief aides in planning the attacks.

The arrests were a major coup for Italian anti-terror forces, and the story was carried in most major newspapers from Europe to China.

"U.S. terror attacks foiled," read the headline in England's Sunday Times. In France, a headline from Agence France Presse proclaimed, "Three Algerians arrested in Italy over plot targeting U.S."

Curiously, what was deemed worthy of a worldwide media blitz abroad was virtually ignored by the U.S. media, and conservative media watchdog groups are saying that is no accident.

"My impression is that the major media want to use the NSA story to try and impeach the president," says Cliff Kincaid, editor of the Accuracy in Media Report published by the grassroots Accuracy in Media organization.
"If you remind people that terrorists actually are planning to kill us, that tends to support the case made by President Bush. They will ignore any issue that shows that this kind of [wiretapping] tactic can work in the war on terror."

"The mainstream media have framed the story as one of the nefarious President Bush 'spying on U.S. citizens,' where the average American is a victim not a beneficiary," commented Brent Baker, vice president of the Media Research Center, a Washington, D.C.-based organization dedicated to encouraging balanced news coverage, "so journalists have little interest in any evidence that the program has helped save lives by uncovering terrorist plans."

The Associated Press version of the story did not disclose that the men planned to target the U.S. Nor did it report that the evidence against the suspects was gathered via a wiretapping surveillance operation.

Furthermore, only one American newspaper, the Philadelphia Inquirer, is known to have published the story that the AP distributed. It ran on page A-6 under the headline "Italy Charges 3 Algerians." The Inquirer report also made no mention of the plot to target the U.S. - although foreign publications included this information in the headlines and lead sentences of their stories. Nor did it advise readers that domestic wiretaps played a key role in nabbing the suspected terrorists.

One obvious question media critics are now raising: Did the American media intentionally ignore an important story because it didn't fit into their agenda of attacking President George Bush for using wiretapping to spy on potential terrorists in the U.S.?

"It's clear to me," says AIM's Kincaid, "that they're trying their best to make this NSA program to be an impeachable offense, saying it is directed at ordinary Americans. That's why they keep referring to this as a 'program of spying on Americans' - whereas the president keeps pointing out it's a program designed to uncover al-Qaida operations on American soil."

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Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (Jan. 9, 2006) - The heavy lift vessel MV Blue Marlin enters Pearl Harbor, Hawaii with the Sea Based X-Band Radar (SBX) aboard after completing a 15,000-mile journey from Corpus Christi, Texas. SBX is a combination of the world’s largest phased array X-band radar carried aboard a mobile, ocean-going semi-submersible oil platform. It will provide the nation with highly advanced ballistic missile detection and will be able to discriminate a hostile warhead from decoys and countermeasures. SBX will undergo minor modifications, post-transit maintenance and routine inspections in Pearl Harbor before completing its voyage to its homeport of Adak, Alaska in the Aleutian Islands. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 2nd Class Ryan C. McGinley

Navy searching for missing jet, 4 aviators

The Navy is searching for a twin-engine jet and four aviators who went missing when their training flight vanished en route from Tennessee 20 minutes after takeoff.

by Spc. Clydell KinchenJanuary 10, 2006
Sgt. 1st Class John Williamson, from 4th Battalion, 11th Field Artillery Regiment, 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, pulls security at Forward Operating Base Q-West, Iraq.

Today in History

0314 - St Militiades ends his reign as Catholic Pope
0532 - Nika-revolt against Justianus & Theodora in Hippodrome, Constantinople
0705 - John VI ends his reign as Catholic Pope
1158 - Vladislav II of Bohemia becomes king
1558 - Westmunster Church in Middelburg destroyed by heavy storm
1569 - 1st recorded lottery in England is drawn at St Paul's Cathedral
1571 - Emperor Maximilian II grants Austrian adel freedom of religion
1693 - Mt Etna erupts, Sicily
1753 - Ferdinand VI of Spain & Pope Benedictus XIV sign concord
1758 - Russian troops occupy Königsberg, East-Prussia
1759 - 1st American life insurance company incorporated, Philadelphia
1774 - Messier adds M51 (spiral galaxy in Canes Venatici) to his catalog
1775 - Francis Salvador becomes 1st Jew elected to office in America (SC)
1785 - Continental Congress convenes in New York City NY
1787 - Titania & Oberon, moons of Uranus, discovered by William Herschel
1790 - Statisten & Vonckisten unite as Belgium
1803 - Monroe & Livingston sail for Paris to buy New Orleans; they buy Louisiana
1805 - Michigan Territory is organized
1813 - 1st pineapples planted in Hawaii
1839 - Earthquake at Martinique destroys half of Port Royal-700 die
1861 - Alabama becomes 4th state to secede; Mexico City captured by Juárez (Liberal) in War of the Reform
1863 - Naval engagement near Galveston between CSS Alabama & USS Hatteras; Union forces capture Arkansas Post, or Fort Hindman, AR
1865 - Battle of Beverly, WV
1866 - Steamship London sinks in storm off Land's End, England, kills 220
1879 - Zulu war against British colonial rule in South Africa begins
1892 - William D. McCoy of Indiana appointed US minister to Liberia
1897 - M.H. Cannon becomes 1st woman state senator in US (Utah)
1904 - Herero people of South West Africa, now Namibia, begin uprising
1913 - 1st sedan-type car (Hudson) goes on display at 13th Auto Show (New York City, NY); Bread & Roses Strike begins
1916 - French troops capture/Serbian army flees to Corfu
1919 - 3 year old German communist party (Spartacus) crushed; Romania annexes Transylvania
1920 - French passenger ship Afrique sinks near La Rochelle; 553 die
1922 - Insulin 1st used to treat diabetes (Leonard Thompson, 14, of Canada)
1923 - French & Belgian troops occupy Ruhr to collect reparations
1925 - Franc B. Kellogg replaces Charles Hughes as US Secretary of State
1935 - Amelia Earhart flies non-stop from Honolulu, HI to Oakland, CA
1936 - Charles Anderson enters Kentucky House of Representatives
1938 - Frances Moulton elected 1st woman president of a US national bank
1942 - Japan conquers Kuala Lumpur, Malaya
1943 - US & Britain relinquish extraterritorial rights in China
1944 - Crakow-Plaszow Concentration Camp established
1946 - People's Republic of Albania established; Enver Hoxha declares People's Republic of Albania with himself dictator
1949 - Snowfall 1st recorded in Los Angeles
1960 - Chad declares independence from France
1962 - Nelson Mandela leaves South Africa, travels to Ethiopia, Algeria & England; Volcano Huascaran in Peru, erupts; 4,000 die
1963 - 1st discotheque opens, The Whiskey-a-go-go in Los Angeles CA
1964 - US Surgeon General Luther Terry reports that smoking may be hazardous; Panamá ends diplomatic relations with US
1966 - 550 die in landslides in mountains behind Rio de Janeiro after rain
1968 - Explorer 36 (GEOS-B) launched into earth orbit (1080/1570 km)
1971 - 1st "Quickie" Divorce granted in UK
1972 - Abu Sayeed Chudhury becomes president & sheik Mujib ur-Rahman premier; East-Pakistan becomes independent state of Bangladesh
1973 - Trial of the Watergate burglars begins in Washington DC
1975 - Soyuz 17 carries 2 cosmonauts to space station Salyut 4
1976 - Military coup in Ecuador, President Guillermo Lara leaves
1977 - France releases Abu Daoud, a Palestinian suspected of involvement in the massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics
1978 - Soyuz 27 links with Salyut 6 & Soyuz 26 (1st time 3 spacecraft link)
1981 - British team led by Ranulph Fiennes completes longest & fastest crossing of Antarctica, reaching Scott base after 75 days (2,500 miles); Palau adopts constitution
1982 - Atlanta GA's temperature goes below zeroº F; Honduras adopts constitution
1984 - Supreme Court reinstated $10M award to Karen Silkwood's family
1986 - 1st black Lieutenant-Governor since reconstruction sworn in (Douglas Wilder of Virginia)
1989 - 140 nations agree to ban chemical weapons (poison gas, etc); Kindergarten student caught with loaded handgun at Bronx school
1990 - 200,000 demand return of Lithuania's independence
1991 - Congress empowers George H.W. Bush to order attack on Iraq; Soviets storm buildings in Vilnius to block Lithuania independence
1992 - Algeria's President Chadli announces his resignation
1993 - Independent presidential candidate Ross Perot publicly returns to politics
1994 - Irish government announces end of a 20-year broadcasting ban on IRA
1995 - DC-9 crashes near Maria La Baya, Colombia 51 die, 9 yr old girl lives
1996 - Space Shuttle STS 72 (Endeavour 10), launches into space
1997 - Telstar 401 Satellite Fails

1403 - Jan IV, Duke of Brabant/Limburg
1720 - Gijsbert John van Hardenbroeck, Utrechts regent
1757 - Alexander Hamilton, 1st US Secretary of Treasury ($10 face)
1807 - Alfred Eugene "Mudwall" Jackson, Confederate Brigadier General
1814 - James Paget English surgeon (disease of Paget); Richard Griffith, Confederate Brigadier General
1815 - Sir John A. MacDonald (C), 1st PM of Canada (1867-73)
1816 - Fitz-Henry Warren, Union Brevet Major General
1818 - John Reese Kenly, Union Brevet Major General
1831 - James Ronald Chalmers, Confederate Brigadier General
1852 - Konstantin Fehrenbach, German chancellor (1920-21)
1878 - Theodorus Pangalos, Greek General /dictator (1926)
1903 - Alan Paton, South African writer (Cry, the Beloved Country)
1904 - Frederick Boland, Irish diplomat/President (UN General Assembly)
1905 - Pierre Mendes-France, French Premier (1954-55)
1906 - Albert Hofmann, chemist (discovered LSD)
1910 - Trygve Martin Bratteli, Norwegian PM (Labour) (1971-72, 1973-76)
1912 - Roger Lewis, aviation exec (Lockheed, Curtiss Wright, Pan Am)
1916 - James H. (Jimmy) Quillen (Representative-TN, 1963-1997)
1922 - Neville Duke, English test pilot
1926 - Grant Tinker, broadcasting executive (NBC-TV); Lev Stepanovich Demin, cosmonaut (Soyuz 15)
1934 - Jean Chrétien, Canada PM (Liberal, 1993-2003)

0705 - John VI, Catholic Pope (701-05)
1055 - Constantine IX Monomachos, emperor of Byzantium
1775 - Yemelyan Ivanovich Pugachev, Cossack rebel, executed by tsarist Russia
1797 - Francis Lightfoot Lee, US farmer (signer Declaration of Independence), dies at 62
1843 - Francis Scott Key, composer (Star Spangled Banner), dies at 63
1891 - Georges-Eugène Haussmann, French senator/baron, dies at 81
1893 - Benjamin F. Butler, US General /presidential candidate (anti-monopoly), dies at 74
1914 - Ambrose Bierce, writer, dies at 71
1923 - Constantine I, King of Greece (1913-17, 20-22), dies at 54
1929 - Julio Antonio Mella, Cuban revolutionary, murdered at about 28
1943 - Carlo Tresca, NY's Italian newspaper editor/anti-fascist, murdered
1944 - Galeazzo, Count of Cortellazzo Ciano, Italian politician
1952 - Jean de Lattre de Tassigny, General (North-Africa/Indo-China), dies at 61
1953 - Ernst H. Ridder Rappard, Dutch Nazi founder (NSNAP), dies at 53; Noach Zjordanija, Georgian Premier (1918-21), dies at 84
1955 - Rodolfo Graziani, Italian East-Africa Minister of Defense, dies at 72
1959 - Dr Mohammed Zakaria Ghoneinl discoverer of 6,000 year old pyramid
1966 - Lal Bahadur Shastri, Indian premier (1964-66), dies at 61
1983 - Nikolaj V. Podgorny, president USSR, dies at 79
1988 - Gregory (Pappy) Boyington, ace WWII pilot, dies at 75 of cancer; Isidor Isaac Rabi, nuclear physicist (Nobel Prize-1944), dies at 89
1995 - Adrian J. "Ad" Kaland, Dutch MP (CDA 1977-93), dies at 72

Reported Missing in Action
Godfrey, Johnny Howard, USAF (AZ); A1H shot down, KIA, body not recovered

The following USN personnel reported MIA when their OP2E crashed; all determined KIA, body not recovered:
Anderson, Denis L. (KS)

Buck, Arthur C. (OH)

Mancini, Richard M. (NY)

Olson, Delbert A. (ND); pilot

Roberts, Michael L. (MS)

Siow, Gale R. (CA)

Stevens, Phillip P. (MI)

Thoresen, Donald N. (MI)

Widon, Kenneth H. (MI)

Chorlins, Richard David, USAF (MO); A1H shot down, KIA, body not recovered
C-17 record breaking flight
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AFPN) -- A formation of 17 C-17 Globemaster IIIs fly over the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia during low-level tactical training. The C-17s, assigned to the 437th and 315th Airlift Wings here, were part of the largest formation in history from a single base and demonstrated the strategic airdrop capability of the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jacob Bailey)

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PROGRESS UPDATE — President George W. Bush steps on stage to address members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars about achieving victory in Iraq and progress in the war on terror, in Washington, D.C., Jan. 10, 2006. White House photo by Paul Morse

In Today's News - Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Quote of the Day
"Honor has not to be won; it must only not be lost."
-- Arthur Schopenhauerv

News of Note
Operation Iraqi Freedom
No More Surgery for 'Noor?'
Kurdish factions to share power
Guardswoman from Ephrata dies in Iraq crash
Engineer's Efforts Bring Hope to Iraqi Kids

Operation Enduring Freedom
Better Equipment Connects Afghan Troops
Afghan Security Force Members Demobilize
U.S. Soldiers, Afghans Complete Road Project

Homeland Security / War on Terror
Guantanamo war crimes tribunals resume Video
Spain arrests 20 suspected of recruiting Islamist fighters

Bush Warns Dems on Iraq
Trip aided Preston Gates, Abramoff plea deal says

Supreme Court
Smooth Second Day
No bombshells in Alito hearings
Abortion, Executive Power at Issue
Video List: Opening Statements
Alito to look at abortion with "an open mind"
Alito on the issues
Sen. Biden's Questions
Sen. Grassley's Questions
Sen. Kennedy's Questions
Sen. Leahy's Questions
Sen. Specter's Questions

Binge eating worse than being unfaithful?
Woman all shook up over Elvis song
Macabre skinny on books: Some are bound with skin
Man faces retrial for cannibalism
Intoxicated man killed when he enters wrong home
Corpse left in front of TV for 2 years
Grieving cat owner turns to DNA, implicates her neighbor's dog
Dad playing hide-and-seek gets stuck in washer
Woman, caretaker die in apparent pact

Fox News
Doctors Set to Remove Sharon From Sedatives
WHO Downplays Bird Flu Fears in Turkey
Detroit Bishop Suffered Childhood Sex Abuse
Federal Gov't Installs Pole Barriers at Mexican Border
Bush Declares Oklahoma Disaster Area After Wildfires
Hostage Standoff at Florida Bank Ends; One Suspect Dead
Dow Stays Above 11,000
U.S., EU Warn Iran on Nukes
Iran Pops Seals on Nuke Plants
GOPer: Recall Louisiana Gov.
Stocks to Watch: Genentech
Father of LSD Turns 100
Mine Collapses in Kentucky- More Funerals for Mine Victims
Second Miami Jailbreak

Reuters: Top News
Sharon's party would win vote without him: polls
Turks battle to loosen grip of deadly bird flu
White House: Iran could face UN Security Council
Greece denies illegal Pakistani kidnappings
New Jersey lawmakers pass two gay rights bills
Snow says economy to grow well
World's big polluters to fund clean energy projects
Seoul university apologises for science fraud
Apple debuts Intel iMac after record sales
Microsoft warns of critical Windows security flaws
Emergency rooms barely ready: report
Midlife obesity raises later risk of death: study
Snow says economy to grow well
China's 2005 trade surplus hits $102 bln
Hurricanes weigh on BP Q4 production, profits
MEDIA: Harry Potter publisher Bloomsbury profits on track
Adecco to delist from NYSE: paper
Ford deal drives Trafficmaster shares higher
Stocks finish flat; Dow, S&P end winning streak
Phelps Dodge slashes forecast

AP World News
Bus Crash in Egypt Kills Six
Iraqi Politician Issues Warning to Sunnis
Israeli Cabinet to Decide Palestinian Vote
N. Korea Leader Reportedly Visits Shanghai
S. Korean University Regrets Fake Claims
Blair Unveils Plans to Tackle Social Woes
Britain Finds Three U.S. Flight Requests (alleged rendition flights from the Clinton era)
Chavez: Venezuela May Not Buy U.S. Jets
Jailed Priest in Haiti Gets Treatment
Europe's Bird Ban Hurts Business in Africa
Three Plead Not Guilty in American's Death
Fear Keeps Mosul Residents From Informing
Thousands Gather for Voodoo Day in Benin
Girl Gets Bird Flu After Kissing Chicken
Ties to Land Part of Sharon's Mystique

The Seattle Times
Police: Schwarzenegger lacks motorcycle license
IRS held up refunds of 120,000
Mpg estimates to fall with improved tests
Some see room for risk in nanotechnology
High court gives go-ahead to disabled inmates' suits
Music filling Sharon's senses
Battle kills 21 near Pakistan border
Florida standoff ends when police shoot suspect
Ukraine's PM, Cabinet fired

Chicago Sun-Times
$250K donated to suffering family (this is the family who lost their son in Iraq, and then their home to a candle they were burning in tribute to him)
Coyotes in area more wily than rural kin Anti-smoking ordinance takes effect Monday
Church, state argument gets hot in ND case
Art gallery facing charges of illegal imports
Blaze ruins Frank Lloyd Wright home in Gary
Zoos on watch for bird flu
City to pay $2 million to family of man killed in police chase
Sharon improves, but extent of brain damage still unknown
Surviving miner shows signs of brain activity
Some want judge out after he gave molester just 60 days
School apologizes to kilt-clad teen (Aye, and they should!)
Seattle nears rainy-day record

Boston Globe: World
Darfur conflict study sees death of a way of life
Election board denies Fujimori bid
New movement gets Israel's first approval
Shi'ites, Sunnis celebrate feast with calls for unity
Army Meets Recruiting Goal
CSI-Like Evidence Unfolds at New Lab
DoD Cuts Air Force Aircraft Fleet
Air Force, Rockers Use Same Earplugs
Iraqi Muslims Call for End to Bloodshed
Army Continues Improving Body Armor
U.S. Base in Turkey Monitoring Avian Flu Situation
Reserve Federal Employees may be due Back Pay
Clinton Surprises Returning Troops
Protesting Chaplain Prays in Front of White House
Senate Delays Generals' Promotions
First Trident Conversion Completed
Powerful New Radar Visits Pearl

CENTCOM: News Releases

Department of Defense
Bush Outlines Iraq Success Plan for 2006 - Story Remarks Video: U.S. Troop Reduction
U.S. Will Put Iraqi Police Training on Fast Track - Story Remarks Video: Iraqi Police Training
Army Changes, Improves Body Armor - Story
Lawyers Address Issues on Eve of Hearings - Story
Detention Puts Terrorists Out of Action

Artillery Troops Adapt to Infantry Role in Iraq
'Moonlighters' Continue Mission Through Cold Nights
Air Mobility Ops Airmen Keep Cargo Aircraft Moving

U.S. Soldiers Train Afghans to Run Health Clinic

Marine Recruiter, Recruitee Reminisce in Iraq - Story

Calling Cards Provide Sports Info - Story
Convention Focuses on Families


U.S., Iraqi Forces Kill Terrorists
Four Civilians Died in Copter Crash
Iraqis Foil Suicide Attack
Kirkuk Gets Electrical Boost
Zakho Military Academy Rebuilds
Prisoner Dies at Abu Ghraib
Iraqi Army Helps Souq Ops Succeed
Fact Sheet: Progress and Work Ahead
Report: Strategy for Victory in Iraq
Iraq Daily Update
This Week in Iraq (pdf)
Multinational Force Iraq
Eye on Iraq Update (pdf)
State Dept. Weekly Iraq Report (pdf)
'Boots on the Ground' Audio Archive
Iraq Reconstruction

Afghan Troops Aid Bomb Victims
Troops Learn Vehicle Maintenance
U.S. Medics Treat Wounded Afghans
U.S. Forces Airdrop Supplies
Army Establishes Justice System
Afghanistan Update

Gitmo Proceedings to Resume
Coalition Commanders Confer
Aircraft Support Southwest Asia Ops
Cheney Vows Victory in Terror War
Bush, Former Secretaries Confer
Fact Sheet: War on Terror
Fact Sheet: Terror Plots Disrupted
Waging and Winning the War on Terror
Terrorism Timeline
Terrorism Knowledge Base

Program Aids Army Recruiting
Budget Increases Pay, Benefits
Defense Act Benefits Guard, Reserve
2006 Act Aids Recruiting, Retention
Conference Topic: QDR
National Guard, Reserve Update

Officials Identify Army Casualties - Story

Al Azamiyah Al Basrah Al Hillah Al Karkh Al Kazimiyah Al Kut An Nasiriyah Baghdad Baqubah Mosul Najaf Nineveh Tall Kayf

Bost/Laskar Ghurian Herat Kabul Qandahar