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CJE Monday News Briefs- from Citizen Journalist Exchange
WS – Is there any Nazi atrocities that Israel will not commit?
A Palestinian released from Israeli jails, Rania Saqa, has brought to light that the Israeli regime injected detainees that are out of prisons with dangerous viruses.
Noting that Palestinian prisoners suffer from serious and chronic diseases such as bladder cancer and liver disorders, Rania has revealed that the Tel Aviv regime injects prisoners with dangerous viruses before releasing them.
The released prisoner has asked the many institutions and the international community to examine them carefully.
Recently, the International Solidarity for Human Rights Institute warned that the Israeli regime uses and abuses Palestinian prisoners to test their new drugs, and this contradicts international medical and moral principles. More…
Today is “Foolish Heart Day” – Hello!
Witness Gives Details of His Role in BP Oil Spill Cover-up
WS - Malcolm Coco is an honest man… How the fuck did the Judge allow him to testify?
A former boat captain, Malcolm Coco, has come forward to reveal his role in setting fires in the Gulf following the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill. He details how local shrimp boats were hired to corral the oil, after which “homemade bombs” would ignite the oil creating fires the size of city blocks.
He was given no special physical protection during the hazardous operation, “The only equipment we were given was a fire jumpsuit … not much protection from anything.” He is suing BP for the personal health problems he has sustained since.
Malcolm also reveals apparent collusion between the Coast Guard and BP to keep those like himself who were involved in the cover-up from taking photos or video. He states that after he asked too many questions, he was sent home. More…
WS – If it’s Anonymous, how will I find it?
An online donations-pledge drive on behalf of online hacktivist group Anonymous easily surpassed its initial goal, ushering forward a project by one of its largest Twitter subset groups to establish a news website run by and for the organization.
Since its early days Anonymous has been largely based off of social media activity, with much of its activity taking place on 4chan, Twitter and Tumblr, though more central players are also regulars on online chatrooms hosted by IRC.
The group, which is really a loose collective of online hacktivists that join forces for various focused projects, has generally avoided establishing permanent sites, though the @YourAnonNews (YAN) account has now begun a public campaign to raise funds for a new online home.
An initial attempt to fundraise for the new venture seems to have been a outright success, with over $54,000 having been crowdsourced, far exceeding the two-thousand-dollar goal. The group also seems to have developed a penchant for merchandizing, using the group’s symbolic coat of arms – a Guy Fawkes mask and crossed swords – to gift apparel and mugs for donors. More…
WS – Done deal!
The deal would include major papers such as the L.A. Times, the Chicago Tribune, and the Baltimore Sun.
The billionaire oil moguls Charles and David Koch are pushing ahead with their plans to purchase several news outlets across the United States, according to a detailed report in the New York Times on Sunday.
At a recent seminar in Aspen, one attendee reported that the brothers — infamous for bankrolling conservative candidates and causes — put forth the question of, “How do we make sure our voice is being heard?” Their answer, it seems, will be to purchase the entire Tribune company, which constitutes a huge swath of American print media:
Politically, however, the papers could serve as a broader platform for the Kochs’ laissez-faire ideas. The Los Angeles Times is the fourth-largest paper in the country, and The Tribune is No. 9, and others are in several battleground states, including two of the largest newspapers in Florida, The Orlando Sentinel and The Sun Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale. A deal could include Hoy, the second-largest Spanish-language daily newspaper, which speaks to the pivotal Hispanic demographic. More…
Former Nestlé CEO Says Water Is Food That Should Be Privatized – Not A Human Right
WS - Nestlé CEO Peter Brabeck needs a front yard visit. Bring your water balloons.
Do you believe water is a basic human right? According to Nestlé CEO water is a foodstuff that should be privatized, not a human right. Nestlé CEO Peter Brabeck says that with the global population rising water is not a public right, but a resource that should be managed by businessmen. Please do share your thoughts.
WS – Should be easy to catch if they’re sleeping… They could be anywhere in the US. Leave your doors unlocked, and cookies on the table for SWAT. Maybe they won’t break all your stuff and steal your’bud’.
‘We have no doubt the brothers were not acting alone’
The FBI was last night hunting a 12-strong terrorist “sleeper cell” linked to the Boston marathon bomb brothers.
Police believe Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev were specially trained to carry out the devastating attack.
More than 1,000 FBI operatives were last night working to track down the cell and arrested a man and two women 60 miles from Boston in the hours before Dzhokhar’s dramatic capture after a bloody shootout on Friday.
A source close to the investigation said: “We have no doubt the brothers were not acting alone. The devices used to detonate the two bombs were highly sophisticated and not the kind of thing people learn from Google. More…
WS – False flag. The earth is just fine, we’re fucked folks.
Central Florida Earth Day at Lake Eola offered an eclectic mix of ways to remember the planet and its flora and fauna.
There were parades of endangered species, spinning belly dancers and paper mushrooms painted by toddlers. There was a hippie climate featuring burning patchouli and a vegan food court, crystals and raw-food cooking demos, and a haven for rescued animals.
“All of it comes back to a lifestyle, a general vibe of not harming the earth, and not harming animals,” said Gabrielle Fitzler, a Jacksonville volunteer for CJ Acres Animal Rescue Farm, a Keystone Heights farm where abused and abandoned farm animals can live out their days.
The daylong fest on the east side of Lake Eola Park is the eighth annual event for Earth Day, which was founded on April 22, 1970 to raise public awareness of environmental issues, including air and water pollution.
A few of the booths touched on those themes, with speaker panels on water conservation and sustainable government practices. More…
WS – Time to send a few chicken McNuggets to North Korea?
The number of people died in China from H7N9 avian influenza, a new bird flu virus, rose to 20 on Sunday with the death of two patients in Zhejiang province and Shanghai municipality.
China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission notified the World Health Organization (WHO) of an additional six laboratory-confirmed cases of human infection with influenza A(H7N9) virus, taking the total number of infections to 102.
Of the latest laboratory confirmed cases, five are from Zhejiang province and one is from Shanghai municipality.
WHO said in a press release contacts of the confirmed cases were being closely monitored. Currently, 70 patients are being treated in hospital and 12 patients have been discharged. More…
WS - Alphabet murders!
A swarm of killer bees attacked a 65-year-old Florida man and his dog Thursday afternoon (April 18) before turning their attention on the firefighters who responded to his 911 call for help, according to various media reports.
The man, Robert Denmark of West Park, Florida, was giving his pet Ricco a bath when they were swarmed by bees from a nearby tree, reports Penny Eims of Examiner.com. Denmark attempted to spray them using a hose but it could not prevent the attack.
“They started getting on [Ricco] because the shampoo I was using was attracting them to him,” Denmark said. “I didn’t know a nest was over there and all of a sudden they just started swarming down and they just covered my face.”
“The only way I got them off me was I lit a fire. I went in my shed and got some mineral spirits and poured it on a rag and lit it and waved it,” he said, according to HuffPost.
Ricco was stung multiple times by the insects, and even though Denmark rushed the dog to the vet after being rescued by firefighters, the six-year-old, 80-pound Rottweiler eventually succumbed to his injuries.More…