Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Top Stories: US : Confirmed: Hezbollah Terror Operatives, "Sleeper Cells" Poised in the U.S.

From the Northeast Intelligence Network....
Special thanks to Nicole, an independent research assistant who provided archival information for this report.

17 July 2006: Operatives of the Lebanese Islamic terrorist organization Hezbollah, the same group presently firing missiles into Israel and labeled as one of the most dangerous Islamic terrorist group in the world, are believed "to be planning to activate sleeper cells located in New York and other larger cities inside the U.S." to stage attacks Americans. "The FBI and Justice Department have launched urgent new probes in New York and other cities targeting members of the Lebanese terror group." Law-enforcement and intelligence officials stated that "about a dozen hard-core supporters of Hezbollah have been identified in recent weeks as operating in the New York City area (alone)." 
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Sunday, July 02, 2006

House vote slaps news organizations

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The House on Thursday approved a Republican-crafted resolution condemning news organizations for revealing a covert government program to track terrorist financing, saying the disclosure had "placed the lives of Americans in danger." Read rest click below...
Well this has me puzzled very much.  Who the hell in Congress brief the news people on matters of US Security intelligence in the first place?  Stop blaming the Press, because it's not just Press that is causing the problems with leaks.
This could go two fold also, many im sure remember all the other leaks.  If they hadn't of become public, there was a chance that Bushy may of gotten away with his no paper search warrants.  etc.  Perhaps old rules for the Press don't work anymore? I say as long as Free Press is not hindered, and Free Speech killed, then maybe the Press and Congress and find a means both can deal with.  How I don't have a clue.  But I am a little upset that the Press released info that was an delicate security in nature.