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TechDirt: FBI Using Some GeekSquad Employees to Spy for Them?
Well this is certainly worrisome and most would probably consider this unethical and perhaps illegal? TechDirt, (great resource by the way, see previous post) is reporting that court documents seem to indicate that the FBI is skirting around the law, (not using warrants) by paying Best Buy Geek Squad techs to spy for them. Surely this is done with Best Buy's knowledge and approval? Read the entire story
Hundreds of Civilian Casualties in Western Mosul Blamed on Coalition Airstrikes -
On March 17, U.S.-led international coalition warplanes carried out airstrikes on a suspected ISIS location in the al-Jadida neighborhood of western Mosul. The airstrikes leveled multiple buildings, and likely caused the deaths of an estimated 101 to 263 civilians. Both Iraq’s Defense Minister Irfan Hiyali and U.S. Central Command have ordered inquiries into the incident. On March 28, Lt. General Stephen Townsend, commander of Operation Inherent Resolve, told reporters that “if we did it - and there is a fair chance that we did - it was an unintentional accident of war, and we will transparently report it to you when we’re ready.” A sharp rise in civilian casualties in Mosul has outraged several Iraqi politicians and members of the public - most of whom do not accept an alternative narrative circulating in…
A Yazidi fighter who for almost 3 years has been without his family recounts the terror of ISIS on August the 3rd 2014 on his village and his current mission to fight ISIS until his last breath to liberate his wife and see his child. We are all PMU in this war and we are all fighting to rescue our families. We are all hoping we find his wife and his children safe and alive.
No kidding! I hope it ends well for this man - Cannot imagine the pain he must be going through. Please watch the video below.