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Tue, 15 March 2005

Convicted Murderer, Rapist Looks For Love Online

Felon Places Personal Ad On Web  15 March 2005 JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A man serving six consecutive life sentences for rapes in Gainesville and murder of a 12-year-old Bradford County girl is running a personal ad on the Internet to try and find true love.…
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Mon, 24 May 2004

SC State Senator Clementa Pinkney Dedicates AME Church With Freemasonic Friends

“An Awesome Day” By Jennifer Moore Carolina Morning News May 24, 2004 This was no ordinary church service. The daylight streaming into Campbell Chapel AME Church through the stained glass windows was punctuated by camera flashes.  The church’s usual members squeezed into pews next to…
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Thu, 15 January 2004

The Kennedys’ Jesuit

The Georgetown Voice by Voice Staff 15 January 2004 Journalist Thomas Maier’s The Kennedys: America’s Emerald Kings, which chronicles the Kennedys through the lens of their Irish-Catholic roots, received significant press when it was released late last year because of its revealing portrait of Jackie…
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Thu, 13 November 2003

Bank Robbers Might Have Been Home Grown Terrorists

KATU ABC 2 Eric Mason, KATU News John Stevens, International News November 13, 2003 PORTLAND — A list of possible terror targets compiled by an ultra-right wing group, including government buildings and other facilities were made public Thursday as a federal judge sentenced a Portland…
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Sat, 6 September 2003

How We Trained al-Qa’eda

Brendan O’Neill The Spectator 06 September 2003 Brendan O’Neill says the Bosnian war taught Islamic terrorists to operate abroad For all the millions of words written about al-Qa’eda since the 9/11 attacks two years ago, one phenomenon is consistently overlooked — the role of the…
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Fri, 6 April 2001

FBI Probes Alleged Threat to Officer

Man tied to extremists reportedly sent letter in ‘97 seeking information on cop. By Jim Redden The Portland Tribune, Apr 6, 2001 The Portland Police Bureau is investigating a potential threat against one of its officers by a writer with links to the extremist group…
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Fri, 2 March 2001

Drugs, Hate Literature Seized In Couple’s Home

The Associated Press 3/2/01 9:17 PM CORBETT, Ore. (AP) -- A Clackamas County couple was arrested on drug-related charges as part of a continuing investigation into the activities of a white separatist group. Fritz A. Springmeier, 45, also known as Victor E. Schoff, and his…
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Fri, 2 March 2001

Deputies, Feds Arrest Corbett Couple

An investigation continues into activities of a white separatist group, including drugs and weapons Friday, March 2, 2001 The Oregonian By Stuart Tomlinson of The Oregonian staff CORBETT -- Federal agents and Clackamas County sheriff’s deputies arrested a Corbett couple Thursday as part of an…
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Sun, 19 December 1999

Executive Order Gives DOD Power To Use Investigational Drugs On Military

Feds say rules improve safeguards, critics say it will erode their rights. J. Stryker Meyer Staff Writer, NY Times 19 December 1999 WASHINGTON —  President Clinton signed Executive Order 13139 on Sept. 30 authorizing the Department of Defense to administer “new investigational drugs” to troops…
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Mon, 15 November 1999

Clinton Orders Human Experiments

Timothy W. Maier Insight on the News Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 42, November 15, 1999 Executive Order 13139 is requiring military personnel to receive experimental vaccines not approved by the Food and Drug Administration.  Courts-martial are pending. A day after Republican Rep. Chris Shays of…
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