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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Citizens for Legitimate Government (CLG): Murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich had contact with WikiLeaks prior to death

 News Updates from CLG
16 May 2017
Previous edition: Breaking: FBI Director James Comey has been fired
Murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich had contact with WikiLeaks prior to death | 15 May 2017 | It has been almost a year since Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was murdered in the nation's capital. There have been no solid answers about why he was killed until now. Rich was shot and killed last July in Northwest D.C. and police have suggested the killing in the District's Bloomingdale neighborhood was a botched robbery [even though nothing of value was taken]. However, online conspiracy theories have tied the murder to Rich's work at the DNC. Just two months shy of the one-year anniversary of Rich's death, FOX 5 has learned there is new information that could prove these theorists right. Rod Wheeler, a private investigator hired by the Rich family, suggests there is tangible evidence on Rich's laptop that confirms he was communicating with WikiLeaks prior to his death.
North Korea Launches Ballistic Missile in New Test | 13 May 2017 | North Korea launched a ballistic missile Sunday morning that flew around 430 miles before crashing into the sea, U.S. and South Korean military officials said, in what appears to be the latest missile test in defiance of United Nations sanctions. The unidentified ballistic missile was launched at 5:27 a.m. Sunday Seoul time (4:27 p.m. Saturday ET), off Kusong north of the North Korean capital of Pyongyang, a South Korean military official told NBC News. The missile flew around 30 minutes and landed in the Sea of Japan, also known as the East Sea, Japan's chief cabinet secretary said.
CIA establishes mission center focused on North Korea | 10 May 2017 | The CIA has opened a mission center focused on curbing North Korea's [alleged] advancing weapons program, the agency announced on Wednesday. A veteran CIA operations officer allegedly has been tapped to lead the mission center as the assistant director of Korea, though the agency did not give the officer's name. The establishment of the mission center comes amid heightened tensions between Washington and Pyongyang.
The Donetsk People's Republic seeks to join the Russian Federation | 12 May 2017 | Many people have wondered whether the leaders of Donetsk and Lugansk wish their young countries to remain independent republics when the war is over or whether they see their long term future in the Russian Federation. Today, the answer came from Donetsk People's Republic leader Alexander Zakharchenko. Speaking at a press conference during a meeting with Russian politicians, Zakharchenko said, "We have only one goal, returning to the homeland".
2 top ISIS commanders join US-backed Free Syrian Army | 13 May 2017 | On Friday, two prominent ISIS [I-CIA-SIS] commanders left caliphate ranks to join forces with Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters terrorists on the provincial border between Homs and Deir Ezzor. After communicating with FSA contigents, Ghassan Al-Sankeh and Mahmoud Al-Faraj arrived in Badia in central Syria, leaving behind ISIS fighters under their command in rural Deir Ezzor. The ISIS commander Mahmoud Al-Faraj was said to be one of the highest-ranking commanders in Al-Mayadin, a city on the Euphrates River which reports indicate the Islamic State has transformed into its new capital.
White House refutes 'false' report Trump shared classified info with Russians | 15 May 2017 | Multiple White House officials, including National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster, are refuting a Washington Post story claiming that President Donald Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian officials in the Oval Office last week. On Monday evening, National Security Advisor McMaster called a report published earlier in the day by the Washington Post "false." The report that went viral cited unverifiable sources, unnamed current and former US officials, who claimed that Trump disclosed to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak "code-word information" relating to Islamic State during a May 10 meeting in the Oval Office at the White House..."I was in the room. It didn't happen," McMaster told reporters outside the White House. Deputy National Security Adviser Dina Powell also called the story "false" Monday.
Globalist Hillary Clinton officially launches 'resistance' outside group | 15 May 2017 | Hillary Clinton officially announced Monday her post-2016 election plans: A political organization aimed at funding "resistance" groups that are standing up to President Donald Trump [to better serve the other neocon dirt-bags completely owned and operated by Wall Street]. Clinton tweeted that she was launching "Onward Together to encourage people to get involved, organize, and even run for office." Amanda Litman, co-founder of Run for Something said in a statement that they are "so honored and proud to have Hillary Clinton's support." [Run for Something? What did Clinton run for, other than "It's my turn" or "I'm with her?" What was Clinton's message, other than, "I'm a woman and... something something dirtbag something something?" How about Hillary runs for the hills instead of supposedly encouraging others (especially her daughter) to run for office -- in a transparent attempt to resuscitate her political career? Some might even go as so far as to say that Hillary should run fromsomething, instead of talking about running for something. But do we need Hillary involved in the already polluted political sphere, the same hack that allowed 20% of U.S. uranium to be sold to Russia without whimper? How much more political and economic capital will this family attempt to extract from the U.S. public? --Michael Rectenwald].
Bomb-sniffing dog who has protected Trump struck by bullet meant for deputy | 13 May 2017 | A South Florida bomb-sniffing dog who has helped protect President Trump was shot and wounded in the line of duty Friday when he took a bullet meant for his two-legged partner. K9 Kasper is recovering after being shot in the side when deputies with the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office exchanged gunfire with a wanted stick-up man who was killed, Fox 13 Tampa reports. None of the deputies were injured.
United changes its secret cockpit-door access codes after they were accidentally leaked online --United Airlines is scrambling to change all the cockpit-door access codes | 15 May 2017 | United Airlines is changing the keypad codes used to open airplane cockpit doors after an employee accidentally posted the previous codes on a public website. It's just the latest controversy the beleaguered airline has faced recently, including last month's now infamous video of a doctor being aggressively dragged off a flight by a cop and the mysterious death of a giant rabbit in a plane's cargo hold during a flight. After discovering the door codes were made public, the airline sent a memo to its pilots over the weekend telling them to use 'alternative security measures,' a spokeswoman said Monday. 
U.S. to ban laptops in all cabins of flights from Europe, officials say --Acting on fears that terrorists can build bombs into laptops, DHS has decided to expand the ban it imposed on Middle Eastern flights. Computers will now be checked as baggage. | 10 May 2017 | The Department of Homeland Security plans to ban laptops in the cabins of all flights from Europe to the United States, European security officials told The Daily Beast. The announcement is expected Thursday. Initially a ban on laptops and tablets was applied only to U.S.-bound flights from 10 airports in North Africa and the Middle East. The ban was based on U.S. fears that terrorists have found a way to convert laptops into bombs capable of bringing down an airplane. It is unclear if the European ban will also apply to tablets.
UK defence secretary insists nuclear subs safe despite concerns over WannaCry vulnerability | 14 May 2017 | British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon insists he has “complete confidence” in the safety of Britain's nuclear submarines, but refused to deny that they run on the Windows XP operating system that has been exploited in a major global cyberattack. Since Britain's National Health Service (NHS) was walloped by the WannaCry ransomware, fears have arisen that the country's military could also be susceptible because of its outdated computer systems. Friday's attack affected 48 NHS trusts, forcing doctors unable to access patient files to cancel operations, and ambulances to divert to hospitals where systems were not down.
Massive, NSA-linked cyberattack hit 75,000 computers in 99 countries | 13 May 2017 | A ransomware cyberattack using tools developed by the NSA has infected more than 75,000 computers in 99 countries, digital security firm Avast said Friday. Most of the attack targets are located in Russia, Ukraine, and Taiwan, but large systems have been taken down in Europe, too, including FedEx, Germany's national railways, and the United Kingdom's National Health Service.
Hackers exploit stolen U.S. spy agency tool to launch global cyberattack | 12 May 2017 | A global cyberattack leveraging hacking tools widely believed by researchers to have been developed by the U.S. National Security Agency hit international shipper FedEx, disrupted Britain's health system and infected computers in nearly 100 countries on Friday. Cyber extortionists tricked victims into opening malicious malware attachments...Researchers with security software maker Avast said they had observed 57,000 infections in 99 countries with Russia, Ukraine and Taiwan the top targets.
Depression in Hanford Tunnel Discovered by Radiation Workers | 15 May 2017 | Workers at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation who questioned some unusual radiation readings are being credited with discovering the partial collapse of a waste storage tunnel last week. That's according to Doug Shoop, manager of the Department of Energy's Richland Operations Office. The Tri-City Herald reports the 400-square foot sinkhole atop the tunnel was discovered on Tuesday. It has since been filled in with more than 50 truckloads of soil.
Dakota Access pipeline has first leak before it's fully operational | 10 May 2017 | The Dakota Access pipeline has suffered its first leak, outraging indigenous groups who have long warned that the project poses a threat to the environment. The $3.8bn oil pipeline, which sparked international protests last year and is not yet fully operational, spilled 84 gallons of crude oil at a South Dakota pump station, according to government regulators. Although state officials said the 6 April leak was contained and quickly cleaned, critics of the project said the spill, which occurred as the pipeline is in the final stages of preparing to transport oil, raises fresh concerns about the potential hazards to waterways and Native American sites.
Ebola outbreak: Russia accuses Bill Gates of infecting Congolese villagers | 13 May 2017 | President Putin has warned that [terrorist] Bill Gates is "experimenting" on Congolese villagers, infecting them with a rare strain of the Ebola virus, and that research and development of "Ebola as a bioweapon" has been quietly recommenced in a remote corner of the troubled African nation. Western news reports claim between one and three people have died since the outbreak of the Ebola virus was confirmed by the World Health Organization on Thursday, with doctors stating the victims were killed by the rare "Zaire strain" of the virus. While medical staff remain puzzled by the appearance of the deadly disease in Bas-Uele province, a previously unaffected and remote part of the Congo, a Kremlin report claims the Ebola virus is a "bioweapon" being tweaked as part of an elite global eugenics plan. [It is.]
Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated: Guess who is sicker? | 04 May 2017 | It's never been done before. The first-of-its-kind study of vaccinated vs. unvaccinated American homeschooled children shows who is really ailing…Vaccinated children were more than three times as likely to be diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum (OR 4.3)...Vaccinated children had more than quadruple the risk of being diagnosed with a learning disability than unvaccinated children (OR 5.2). Vaccinated children were 300 percent more likely to be diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder than unvaccinated children (OR 4.3). Vaccinated children were 340 percent (OR 4.4) more likely to have been diagnosed with pneumonia than unvaccinated children...
Police force ditches traditional bobbies' helmets for US-style baseball caps to encourage the 'non-binary transgender community' to join up | 10 May 2017 | A British police force is replacing its traditional helmets with US-style baseball caps, which it says are cheaper, more comfortable and not 'gender-based'. Northamptonshire Police says it is ditching the world-famous custodian helmet in a bid to encourage more transgender officers to join the force. The so-called 'bump caps' will be issued to both men and women officers, completely replacing the old headgear by next month. 
U.S. Supreme Court Won't Revive North Carolina Voter-ID Law | 15 May 2017 | The U.S. Supreme Court dealt an unexpected setback to the voter-identification movement, refusing to reinstate North Carolina ballot restrictions that a lower court said target blacks "with almost surgical precision." Turning away the appeal pressed by state Republican leaders, the justices left intact a ruling that said the provisions were racially discriminatory in violation of federal voting-rights law. In addition to requiring people to show a photo ID, the North Carolina law reduced the number of early voting days and eliminated same-day registration and out-of-precinct voting.
North Carolina high school confiscates every yearbook, claiming white student's 'build that wall' quote is 'inappropriate' --Staff said the student's Trump quote amounted to 'inappropriate conduct' | 12 May 2017 | A North Carolina high school has confiscated all its senior yearbooks and is reprinting them because it believes a white female student's 'build that wall' quote was inappropriate. Richmond Early College High School is a predominantly white public school in Hamlet, North Carolina, with 214 students. Its staff recalled its senior yearbooks this week after a screenshot of one female student's photograph and quote appeared on social media, sparking accusations from critics that the state is 'racist'.
Kansas official Kobach is ordered to hand over documents from Trump meeting to ACLU | 11 May 2017 | Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has lost his appeal and has been ordered to turn over documents from his meeting with President Donald Trump to the ACLU by Friday. U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson on Wednesday upheld an earlier order from a federal magistrate judge requiring Kobach to hand over the documents to the American Civil Liberties Union as part of an ongoing voting rights lawsuit against his office. Robinson, who is based in Kansas City, Kan., was appointed by President [sic] George W. Bush. 
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