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Day: August 20, 2013

U.K. government thought destroying Guardian hard drives would stop Snowden storiesInteresting News

U.K. government thought destroying Guardian hard drives would stop Snowden stories

By Timothy B. Lee In a remarkable post, Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger describes how the British government raided the Guardian’s
TSA to Purchase 3.5 Million Rounds of AmmunitionNWO

TSA to Purchase 3.5 Million Rounds of Ammunition

Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com The Transportation Security Administration is set to purchase 3.5 million .357 SIG caliber bullets, enough for
The Forgotten Presidents of the U.S. –  Before George WashingtonInteresting News

The Forgotten Presidents of the U.S. – Before George Washington

Who was the first president of the United States? Ask any school child and they will readily tell you “George
License plate readers used to record attendees at political ralliesInteresting News

License plate readers used to record attendees at political rallies

Heeding the demands of the Secret Service, state police in Virginia recorded and collected the whereabouts of potentially millions of
Bloomberg reveals largest gun seizure ever in New YorkPolice State

Bloomberg reveals largest gun seizure ever in New York

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Monday that his administration has successfully carried out the largest gun seizure in
Greenwald vows to publish more secrets after UK detains partnerMore News

Greenwald vows to publish more secrets after UK detains partner

Glenn Greenwald, the Guardian journalist who first published secrets leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, promised Monday to release
San Francisco firefighters banned from wearing helmet cameras following Asiana crashMore News

San Francisco firefighters banned from wearing helmet cameras following Asiana crash

The San Francisco Fire Department has instituted a company-wide ban on helmet-mounted video cameras, six weeks after a fire truck
Prosecution asks for minimum of 60 years in Manning caseRandom News

Prosecution asks for minimum of 60 years in Manning case

As a military judge prepares to sentence Army Private first class Bradley Manning over the largest intelligence leak in United