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Group Says U.S. Sent Up to 150 to Possible Torture Sites

A civil liberties group investigating allegations of prisoner abuse will report today that since the Sept. 11 attacks, U.S. agents have secretly transported up to 150 detainees to countries that may practice torture.

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>> Americans POWs tortured in Gulf War detention will not get compensation

>> Ambassador Wilson: White House Operatives Are Traitors

>> Trilateral Commission Says No Invasion Of Iran

>> Japanese train crash kills dozens

>> Bush Boosting Hillary in '08?

>> Clinton Endorses Blair for Re-Election

>> $425 mn promised to tsunami victims tinged with scandal

>> Petulant Britons on the edge of mass disobedience - new report

>> Abortion staff ignores baby boy born alive?

>> Bolton Finds U.N. Nomination in Jeopardy

>> Moussaoui - tool of the security services?

>> Oklahoma City Murrah Building Bombing Evidence

>> 20th Century Wars: A Pattern of Deception

>> Campaign coffers profit from 911, coke and courts

>> Was Bolton behind death of State Department official?

>> "Conservative" Columnist attacks college course that cites Prisonplanet and Infowars as resources

>> Prisonplanet's response to the Sanders article

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>> Federal agents, prosecutors targeting guns

>> UN investigator who exposed US army abuse forced out of his job

>> Handcuffing Of 5-Year-Old A Picture Postcard Of America's Decline

>> US prison rate soars even higher

>> Students bring Patriot Act to Town Meeting

>> Putin deplores collapse of USSR

>> N Korea warned over nuclear test

>> NKorea will treat UN sanctions on nuclear programme in "do-or-die" spirit


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>> ParkingEye keeps its peepers on your parked plates

>> City cameras 'don't cut crime'

>> Spying: Giving Out U.S. Names

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Implanting Citizens With Verichips – The Taking of Free Will

Upper level governmental officials are getting “chipped” to demonstrate public acceptance of the technology, and they are very quick to highlight the humanitarian uses of tracking devices in humans.

Republican Leadership Seeks To Ensconce Judicial Tyranny

Speaking to church groups around the country, Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist tried to rally support for President Bush's judicial nominees. In so doing, Frist promoted his intention to change Senate rules in order to prevent Democrats from using filibusters to delay Senate votes on presidential nominees. Several elements of this story are very disturbing.

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>> Darkside 9/11

Seoul says nuclear test will backfire on NKorea as US calls for talks

South Korea warned Monday that any nuclear test would backfire disastrously on North Korea as Washington urged the Stalinist state to end its boycott and return to six-party talks aimed at ending the standoff.

Journalist Defends 9/11 Hit Piece On The Alex Jones Show
Front Page Magazine journalist John Sanders appeared on the Alex Jones show to defend his hit piece on North Carolina Wesleyan College Professor Jane Christensen.
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