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0 National Institute of Justice Finds Tasers Safe

1,200 volts at 19 pulses per second found safe for any enforcement use.

Law enforcement nationwide do not need to refrain from using Tasers on aggressive individuals they're trying to take into custody, according to a report from the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) released last week (.pdf).

The NIJ report—which was directed by a steering group of representatives from the College of American Pathologists, the Centers for Disease Congrol and Prevention, and the National Association of Medical Examiners—found that police use of conducted energy devices (CED), commonly known as "tasers" after the popular brand, could continue despite controversy that CEDs have led to in-custody deaths of arrested individuals and are used excessively by police officers.
"There is no conclusive medical evidence in the current body of research literature that indicates a high risk of serious injury or death to humans from the direct or indirect cardiovascular or metabolic effects of short-term CED exposure in healthy, normal, nonstressed, nonintoxicated persons," the report concludes. "Field experience with CED use indicates that short-term exposure is safe in the vast majority of cases."
The report adds that the safety of CEDs holds true even when Taser darts strike an individual in the chest.
The report's conclusion was reached after an appointed medical panel of doctors and other specialists reviewed 300 incidents where police used CED on an individual, who then later died. The NIJ says it chose the panel explicitly to avoid possible conflicts of interest, ensuring the reader that no panelist has worked as a litigation consultant either for or against the devices.
The report does note that CED-use is not risk-free. Some individuals who died after being tased where "normal, healthy adults," the NIJ report notes, adding, however, that "many were chemically intoxicated or had heart disease or mental illness." The report calculates that the risk of death in a CED-related incident is 0.25 percent, adding "it is reasonable to conclude that CEDs do not cause or contribute to death in the large majority of those cases."

0 Electrified BodyGuard glove for police officers, corrections departments and the military

This crime-fighting glove, coated in ballistic nylon and packing both a high voltage stunner and a video camera, seems like the sort of wrist accessory that Batman would choose.

But if inventor and noted cameraman David Brown has anything to do with it, it could be the go-to glove for police officers, corrections departments and the military in the near future.

It's called The BodyGuard (not least because actor Kevin Costner is an active investor in the project), and is designed to deter violence, rather than dole it out. Brown hopes that the glove's HD camera, and its watchful green laser pointer, will make criminals think twice before escalating the action.

If that doesn't work, the crackling half a 500,000 volt spark-arc that dances between the glove's twin electrodes should do the trick. By pulling a safety pin and pressing a pressure-sensitive button in the glove's palm, a bridge of sparking electricity appears above the knuckles.

If all else fails, the police officer can finally subdue the subject with a swift, incapacitating grip or electrified attack. It can, a corporate image of the device says, "deliver high voltage to the aggressor to attempt to bring them into compliance".

How It Works (click for large)

There's also a torch and plenty of real estate for other technologies and components. Brown mentions biometrics, GPS and communications, while an early render of the glove, seen on ArmStar's about page, even shows an iPhone docked into the wrist's underside.

Brown and Costner came up with the idea following a mountain lion attack in Orange County, California, in 2004. Brown thought up the Iron Man-styled glove as a protection weapon that you can't drop or have taken off you. Seven years and 30 prototypes later, and the device is almost ready for launch.

The glove was shown off in the 2011 Mock Prison Riots (an annual event where new enforcement equipment is debuted). The first demo unit will be released to the Los Angeles sheriff's department later this year, says Popular Science -- which just named the BodyGuard glove one of its inventions of the year.

0 WHO Lists Cell Phones as Cancer Hazard

Kurt Nimmo

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

WHO Lists Cell Phones as Cancer Hazard woman cellphone morguefile

The United Nations’ health agency, the World Health Organization, now lists mobile phone use in the same “carcinogenic hazard” category as lead, engine exhaust and chloroform.
But no adverse health effects have been established, the agency explains.
The decision to list cell phones as a cancer hazard came after a team of 31 scientists from 14 countries examined peer-reviewed studies on cell phone safety.
“The biggest problem we have is that we know most environmental factors take several decades of exposure before we really see the consequences,” said Dr. Keith Black, chairman of neurology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Numerous studies indicate prolonged cell phone use is hazardous. The European Environmental Agency has pushed for more studies. It says cell phones may be as big a public health risk as smoking, asbestos and leaded gasoline.
In 2009, WHO reached the same conclusion. A decade-long, $30 million study into cell phones found a link between long term use and brain tumors.
The WHO’s Interphone investigation’s results showed “a significantly increased risk” of some brain tumors “related to use of mobile phones for a period of ten years or more,” the Telegraph reported.
The study showed participants in the study who used a cell phones for 10 years or more had doubled the rate of brain glioma, a type of tumor. To date, there have been no long-term studies on the effects of cell phone usage among children.

 In response to a number of studies revealing the dangers of cell phones, the industry now advises consumers to hold the devices away from their bodies.
The study showed participants in the study who used a cell phones for 10 years or more had doubled the rate of brain glioma, a type of tumor. To date, there have been no long-term studies on the effects of cell phone usage among children.
In response to a number of studies revealing the dangers of cell phones, the industry now advises consumers to hold the devices away from their bodies.

1 Poland Sees Nothing Wrong in Cluster Bombs 2008,86871,5674037,Poland_Sees_Nothing_Wrong_in_Cluster_Bombs.html

If Polish troops at Nangar Khel had used cluster munitions, there would have been no witnesses of the fatal operation, says a domestic producer of cluster munitions. Poland doesn't intend, for now at least, to sign the Dublin Convention prohibiting their us.

The convention, prohibiting the trade, production and use of cluster munitions has been endorsed by over 100 countries so far, including major EU member states such as France, the UK, Germany, or Netherlands. It is to be formally signed in Oslo in December. From then on, the signatory countries' armed forces will stop using the highly imprecise munitions, which, if they don't explode at once, can kill innocent people even years later. Poland hasn't endorsed the convention and is also a producer of cluster bombs.

They are made by a defence plant called Kraśnik, and can be viewed at the company's stand at the Defence Industry Salon in Kielce.
'We make cluster munitions for two kinds of missiles - 98 mm mortar and 122 mm artillery. They can be launched from a tank gun or a cannon', says Kraśnik chief executive Dariusz Szlafka.

'Polish troops at Nangar Khel in Afghanistan had mortar missiles with cluster munitions. Officers later said that if they had used them, there wouldn't have been any witnesses of the massacre. Why? Because the whole village would have ceased to exist'.

Mr Szlafka presents a missile. Inside there is a rail, and around it, smaller casings filled with explosive. The 98 mm missile has nine of these, the 122 mm one - fifteen.

'It's so powerful it can destroy an infantry unit, a building, a vehicle, even puncture a runway', stresses Mr Szlafka. 'The primary missile explodes above the target. The distance can be set by the cannon operator and depending on it, the submunitions cover a greater or smaller area. A single submunition covers an estimated 100 sq m. Besides exploding, cluster bombs consume oxygen, killing those who have survived the explosion itself'.

Mr Szlafka again quotes soldiers: 'You can perhaps survive in a building, but no one would want to be out in the open during a shelling'.

How much cluster munitions does Kraśnik produce? 'Not much, but I can't say precisely', says Mr Szlafka. 'Let me only say it's about 10 percent of what the army buys as conventional weapons. Because this is not a training weapon. You only take it to missions, and even there it's used very seldom. Besides, it's expensive. A single one costs more than PLN10,000'.

Mr Szlafka stresses that his company's only customer are the Polish armed forces. He also adds that over 99 percent of cluster munitions explode right after being fired. Those that do not represent, according to him, just 0.1 percent of the total.

Defence Minister Bogdan Klich, asked by Gazeta in Kielce why Poland hasn't endorsed the Dublin Convention, said laconically, 'This isn't just a whim. We need those weapons to defend our territory. In fact, a debate has been going on about this type of munitions'.

The military sees nothing wrong in using cluster bombs.

'There are no humanitarian weapons', Chief of General Staff Gen Franciszek Gągor tells Gazeta. 'Our munitions have inbuilt security features. If a missile doesn't explode, it will go into autodestruct mode after a specified period of time. So while this isn't a "humanitarian" weapon, it's a selective one. There's no possibility of it killing a person who happens upon an unexploded shell like this'.

Amnesty International believes otherwise. It has launched a campaign against the use of cluster munitions.

'According to what we know, as many as 40 percent of such bombs don't explode at once. They stay on the ground and then kill innocent people', says Monika Deptuła, AI spokesperson in Poland. 'The company producing these is interested in quoting its own figures. We believe this type of weapons is highly imprecise'.

0 Seven Polish soldiers acquitted of Nangar Khel wedding party killings

Seven Polish soldiers accused of war crimes in the Afghan village of Nangar Khel in August 2007 have been acquitted by a court in Warsaw due to “lack of evidence”.

 The Circuit Military Court decided there was not enough evidence to sentence the soldiers and their commander.
Prosecutors had demanded between 5 and 12 years imprisonment for the men.
Six commandos serving in the 18th Stormtrooper Battalion from Biesko-Biala had been charged with manslaughter, with a seventh accused of “opening fire at an undefended object”.
The attack on what was actually a wedding party resulted in the deaths of six civilians, including a pregnant woman and three children, and seriously injured three other women.
The judge said today in his ruling that the court did not have access to proper documentation and was not able to establish precisely from where the shots had been fired, or the precise placement of witnesses.
The case had set a precident in the history of the Polish armed forces, said Judge Col. Mirosław Jaroszewski.
The sentence can be appealed by prosecutors.

Hague Convention
The trial began on 2 February 2009, and is the first such case in the history of the Polish Army where soldiers have been accused of breaking the Hague Convention and the killing of civilians as a result of war activity.
During the final hearings in the case last week, which was ongoing since 2009, Prosecutor Colonel Jabub Mytych judged the accused as guilty in the charges brought against them, and that the soldiers broke both the Geneva and Hague conventions, as well as Polish law.
“Stating that [the soldiers] were aiming at another target is merely a line of defence,” Colonel Mytych said.
On 16 August 2007, Polish military vehicles came under fire in the village of Nangar Khel, located in the Paktika province of Afghanistan.
In July last year, Wikileaks released documents on the incident with one confidential document declaring that, “[The Polish soldiers] fired a total of 26 rounds according to one report. They fired over and then short and then three rounds impacted within a compound. One impacted on the roof of the house, one impacted in the court yard, and the last went through the roof and detonated within the house. There was a wedding celebration going on in the house, which explains the high number of casualties.”
‘Fatal error’
During the case, Defence Minister Bogdan Klich stood by the accused soldiers, stating that they had performed a “fatal error” and as such should be judged as not guilty.
Klich made his point known back in December 2007 after meeting with US Army Colonel Martin Schuitzer, who was the Commanding Officer of Polish troops in Afghanistan at the time.
Colonel Schuitzer then conceded that American soldiers perform similar errors a few times a month, and that the Poles’ ‘accident’ in Nangar Khel was the first such incident to have taken place.

0 The Stage Is Set For a Nuclear False Flag (expanded)

The Intel Hub
By Alex Thomas
May 29th, 2011

The stage has been set for a nuclear false flag in America.
Many in the alternative media have wondered if a false flag nuke attack within America is a real possibility. Would they do it? Who would it be? What cities would be targeted?
Recently, The New York Times reported that the United States is running out of a rare gas that is used to detect smuggled nuclear materials.
The reason given is that one arm of the Energy Department is selling the gas much quicker than the other is able to accumulate it.
While this could possibly be a legitimate reason, it seems highly suspicious that a government that is installing a police state nationwide to supposedly save us from terrorists would be unable to obtain the gas needed to detect smuggled nuclear weapons.
Wouldn’t a nuclear attack on America be the MOST important threat to combat?
Unfortunately there is a long history of suspicious nuclear activity in the United States, with cover story after cover story being spread throughout the corporate controlled media.
At this junction in history it seems prudent to lay out some of the more ludicrous stories that have been planted into the minds of the American people.

 Laying The Groundwork

One of the more recent nuclear cover stories was released in late March. This story was just that, a complete and utter fabrication of what Al Qaeda can actually do.
25 letters that claim nuclear bombs are hidden throughout the United States were supposedly sent to multiple investigators and citizens in the Chicago area.

“The idea that Al Qaeda could place over a hundred nuclear weapons into government buildings throughout the United States is 100% impossible. Cave dwelling ninjas do not have the ability to either steal or create nuclear weapons, fly them over to America, and somehow plant them in government buildings.”
Last year Obama labeled a nuclear attack on America as the biggest single threat facing our nation yet we are unable to obtain the gas used to detected them?
Calling terrorists with nuclear weapons “the single biggest threat to U.S. security,” Obama said that the “central focus for this summit is getting the international community on the path in which we are locking down that nuclear material in a very specific time frame with a specific work plan,” Politico reported in 2010.

In late July 2010, The National Research Council released a report titled, Nuclear Forensics: A Capability at Risk.
The report outlined the fact that the United States is no longer able to track nukes threatening our shores!
Gordon Duff, writing for Veterans Today, speculated that this was a cover that could be used in the event of a false flag nuclear attack:
“A powerful group within the United States, one with influence over the press and the ability to derail an investigation as was done with 9/11, has been “tasked” with laying the groundwork for a terrorist attack on America, one using nuclear material.”
In the same article Gordon wrote about a somewhat unknown raid that took place in Indiana that he believes was related to smuggled nuclear weapons.
“Another piece of the puzzle involved a federal task force, Defense, Energy, FBI, descending on a warehouse in Greenfield, Indiana under the guise of a “records search.”  This “Waco style” assault on a facility storing furniture for college dorm rooms was much more than it seemed.  No case, criminal or civil, provided any underlying reason for the search.”
In 2002, World Net Daily reported on a book by an FBI consult that claimed that Osama Bin Laden had bought 20 suitcase nukes from KGB agents in 1998!
A new book by an FBI consultant on international terrorism says Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaida terrorist network purchased 20 suitcase nuclear weapons from former KGB agents in 1998 for $30 million.
The book,“Al Qaeda: Brotherhood of Terror,” by Paul L. Williams, also says this deal was one of at least three in the last decade in which al-Qaida purchased small nuclear weapons or weapons-grade nuclear uranium.
Obviously this book was one of the first attempts to implant the possibility of Al Qaeda nuking the U.S. into the minds of the American people.
And then there is the now infamous 2007 Minot Air Force Base fiasco which involved nuclear weapons that were apparently missing for up to 36 hours.
“According to a wide range of reports, several nuclear bombs were “lost” for 36 hours after taking off August 29/30, 2007 on a “cross-country journey” across the U.S., from U.S.A.F Base Minot in North Dakota to U.S.A.F. Base Barksdale in Louisiana.
Reportedly, in total there were six W80-1 nuclear warheads armed on AGM-129 Advanced Cruise Missiles (ACMs) that were “lost.” The story was first reported by the Military Times, after military servicemen leaked the story,” reported Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya.


Hundreds of large scale simulated nuclear drills have taken place in America and abroad during the last ten years.
One of the more ominous drills, TopOff 4, took place in Portland Oregon. The exercise simulated a large scale dirty bomb attack in the heart of downtown Portland.

Expected radioactive plume and “kill zone,” for Portland Oregon.

The Oregon fact sheet on the exercise read like a Hollywood movie.

Remember we have lost most of our freedom due to the threat of terrorism yet we are supposed to believe that cave dwelling terrorists can outmaneuver multiple western intelligence agencies.
The T4 full-scale exercise is based on National Planning Scenario 11 (NPS-11). Terrorists have planned attacks in Oregon, Arizona, and the U.S. Territory of Guam. They have brought radioactive material into the United States.
The first of three coordinated attacks occurs in Guam, with the detonation of a Radiological Dispersal Device (RDD), or “dirty bomb,” causing casualties and widespread contamination in a populous area. Within hours, similar attacks occur in Portland and Phoenix.
Interestingly enough, the drill took place at the same time as Vigilant Shield, a massive operation which simulated detonation of three radiological dispersal devices within the USNORTHCOM and U.S. Pacific Command areas of responsibility.
A quick search of the internet will reveal hundreds of similar drills in numerous different cities all with the same mind set. A mind set that is based off the false premise that terrorists can obtain nuclear material without the help of major governments.

              Predictive Programming

The corporate controlled media and Hollywood have played a huge part in implementing a possible terrorist nuclear attack into the minds of people worldwide.
This idea is not only an American fear mongering operation.
Operation Blackjack, a set of slide show comics that depicted nuclear bombs detonating in major cities throughout the world, was mysteriously released in 2009 by The London Telegraph.
The slide shows had numerous embed codes and symbolism that to some indicated it was a very real operation that would happen on June 22nd 2009 or 2010.
Obviously those dates have come and gone but the IDEA that this could happen was cemented into the minds of the hundreds of thousands who read the comic like slide shows.
Interestingly enough, Jericho, a popular TV show in America, depicted a very similar scenario as Operation Blackjack.

The nuclear attacks in Jericho were actually carried out by rogue elements of our government who immediately instituted a North American Union, martial law, FEMA Camps, and private military death squads.
Doctor Who, a popular family show in Britain ran an episode that is a clear cut case of predictive programming. Nuclear attack, martial law, and labor camps!

While the sheer amount of predictive programming in regards to nuclear attacks makes it impossible to list them all, these three paint a clear picture of the mind control that we the people have experienced.

                        Questions Remain

It is clear that the groundwork and cover for a nuclear false flag in a major American or European city has been slowly put into place.
Many questions remain. Will the numerous hardworking, patriotic Americans in the government and military stop such a horrific act from happening?
Will the powers that be realize that the blame for such an attack would be pointed directly at them?
Will a different, more feasible, false flag be used instead?
These are questions that must be answered. We the people must let it be known that we will no longer stand for any form of false flag terrorism.
Take note America, as we continue to lose our freedoms in the name of security, we have become more vulnerable then ever to a large scale false flag on par or more extreme than 9/11.

Add to the above that during late 2005 the below was a pretty large story, which has since been gradually overlooked/buried by mainstream media:

NYC Israeli Embassy Source of
“Stunning Radiation Pike”

An anti-terrorism aerial sweep of New York City to determine potential sources of ‘dirty bomb” atomic material, has shown the Israeli embassy to be the source of a “stunning spike” in radioactivity levels on Manhattan’s East Side.

Israeli Consulate

There is, of course, no reason at all for any embassy to be storing or using radioactive materials to such a degree that they would be visible in such heavy concentrations as to be visible on such an aerial sweep. The only possible explanation for this spike is that it forms part of a deliberate stockpile, which fuels allegations long made that the Israeli secret service, Mossad, uses radioactive materials in order to silently eliminate opponents.

Conspiracy theorists see the radioactive spike as the preparations for an Israeli false flag operation for a “dirty bomb” attack which could be blamed on Iran. There is however, at this stage, no evidence to support such an allegation, as tantalizing as it may be.,

The radioactive levels were briefly reported in one newspaper, the Ney York Sun, but since then, a media blackout has been placed on the story, a good indication that the NY Sun stumbled upon a story which the Jewish-controlled media does not want publicized., Officials would not comment on why they thought that particular area allegedly showed such a stunning peak in radiation,” said the NY Sun story, continuing: “The aerial survey is designed to help local officials react more quickly in the event of terrorists detonating a "dirty bomb" that releases radioactive material into the air.

With the survey, police may be able to pinpoint the exact source of radiation by comparing new readings to their pre-existing "radiation map" of the area., NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said the department wanted a record of the city's naturally occurring and other "radiological signatures" to compare with periodic readings it does to detect for dirty bombs or other nuclear devices.

"It gives us a baseline so we can pick up any anomalies," he said., New York is the first and only U.S. city to conduct a complete aerial radiological survey, having paid the U.S. Department of Energy $800,000 for the 2005 study.

0 Early Season Crop Circles 2011

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Hackers launched a "significant and tenacious" cyber attack on Lockheed Martin, a major defense contractor holding highly sensitive information, but its secrets remained safe, the company said Saturday.
Lockheed Martin, the and the Pentagon confirmed that the contractor's information systems had come under attack. Lt. Col. April Cunningham, speaking for the Defense Department, said the impact on the Pentagon "is minimal and we don't expect any adverse effect."
Still, the concerted attempt to breach the contractor's systems underscored the risk to the nation's critical defense data. Chris Ortman, Homeland Security spokesman, said his agency and the Pentagon were working with the company to determine the breadth of the attack and "provide recommendations to mitigate further risk."
said in a statement that it detected the May 21 attack "almost immediately" and took countermeasures. As a result, "our systems remain secure; no customer, program or employee has been compromised." The company's security team is still working to restore employee access to the targeted network. Neither Lockheed Martin nor the federal agencies revealed specifics of the attack.

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