01-10-2011, 10:30 PM
We've had the Bin Laden and Sept. 11, 2001 threads, plus one on U.S. citizens being targeted for assassination by their own government.
I've been reading about Orlando Bosh, a nasty piece of work, who died earlier this year.
Basically, this man was involved in murderous plots against Communist targets throughout the '60s and perhaps the '70s. He served time in the U.S., but when paroled fled, breaking his parole agreement.
He was arrested again, upon his return, but guess what?
He was pardoned and released by Bush Senior.
This was despite strong objections by U.S intelligence people.
Off topic, but related. The Terrorist paranoia is evident in the below..
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Sara Kuban, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Steven King, Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting Inititatiive
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Robbi Woodson, National Sheriff’s Association’s USAonWatch/ Neighborhood Watch program
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