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Police Need Not Say Why Arrest Made: U.S. High Court Overview

Police officers don't have to give a reason at the time they arrest someone, the U.S. Supreme Court said in a ruling that shields officers from false-arrest lawsuits.

>> Assassination of US Investigative Journalist Gary Webb?

>> Chemical 'warfare' angers Afghans

>> Suspicions Cast on Russia After Poisoning

>> Pentagon Emergency: Additional $80 Billion For Iraq, Afghanistan

>> An AIDS vaccine in your cereal? It could really happen

>> Taxi Driver Shoots Man in Bin Laden Mask

>> US admits more Afghan jail deaths

>> Aznar 'wiped files on Madrid bombings'

>> Fed Likely to Raise Rate a Quarter-Point

>> 'Elsewhere' In Iraq - 47 US Troops Killed In Ambushes

>> McCain Has 'No Confidence' in Rumsfeld

>> Third of people don't know Jesus' birthplace

>> Mossad Accused Of Syrian Car-Bombing

>> America's Debt to Journalist Gary Webb

>> Read Your Newspaper While You Still Can

>> I Am A Conservative Christian, And The Religious Right Scares Me, Too

>> Ignore The Rhetoric And Look At The Results

>> A Year After Saddam's Capture Iraq is Getting Worse

>> Mercury is Not Vitamin “M”

United Suckers


>> Aussie starts random drug tests on drivers

>> Albany Woman Forcibly Injected With Drugs After Protesting Regulations of DMV

>> Marines do mock execution of child looter

>> Documents reveal Iraq prisoner abuse

>> French Thought Police Ban 'Christian' Chocolate

>> New York Art Show Shuttered After Bush Monkey Portrait

>> China Detains 3 Who Criticized Government

>> G8 summit police to go on trial over mass beatings

>> Anti Bush AND Kerry protesters arrested

>> Poland to cut troops in Iraq by 700

>> Israeli missile lands on Egyptian soil

>> Japan drafts evacuation manual as attack fears grow

>> US calls Cuban war games a distraction

>> US is forced to abandon hunt for bin Laden

>> “Tagging” U.S. Schoolchildren

>> Spy camera in the classroom

>> Police given computer spy powers

>> Paul Joseph Watson is a regular guest on The Alex Jones Show once a week on the GCN radio network. Click here for the live streaming audio.

>> The Vanity Fair Interview

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Tories Back Introduction Of ID Cards

The Tories are to back controversial government plans to introduce ID cards. The shadow cabinet revealed its support ahead of next week's Commons vote on a bill to introduce compulsory ID.

A Personal Experience With Gary Webb

To many, Webb was a true media hero, a man who reported a controversial -- albeit well-documented -- connection between the rise of crack cocaine in Los Angeles, the CIA, and the Contras.

Bush planted the Rumsfeld question.

>> Donald vs. Donald

>> Recountdown

>> Let's Start A War

U.S. Invasion Of Iran Draws Closer

Undersecretary of Defense Douglas Feith is the neocon Likudnik who was tasked with cooking up the false "intelligence" that President Bush used to deceive the US public into supporting an illegal invasion of Iraq.

Evidence Begins To Indicate Gary Webb Was Murdered

Credible sources who were close to Gary Webb have stated that he was receiving death threats, being regularly followed, and that he was concerned about strange individuals who were seen on multiple occasions breaking into and leaving his house before his apparent 'suicide' on Friday morning.
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