In 2011 there were positively measured results of iodine and cesium… These measurements are a direct result of [the] Fukushima nuclear plants, also affected broad leaf vegetation sample media throughout the year as long-lived radionuclides (Cs-137) were released at Fukushima multiple times. The vegetation measurements in 2014 are still affected by the Fukushima event due to the long-lived radionuclides deposited. The vegetation control sample station located in Orlando, Fl. is also experiencing similar Cs-137 deposition on the broad leaf sample media.
The measures proposed by French President François Hollande would give the president the right to exercise arbitrary powers, transfer public authority from civilian institutions to the military and suspend basic democratic rights.
We were told that during 9/11 passengers in hijacked airliners used their cell phones to call relatives, but experts have testified that the technology of the time did not permit cell phone calls from airliners at those altitudes. Where are the photographs of the terrorists during their terrorizing? Surrounding the scenes of violence there were not only abundant security cameras, but also hundreds, even thousands, of people with cell phones that have cameras.
Increased regional and global focus on the Islamic State militant group that currently holds territory in both Iraq and Syria is brewing an increasingly volatile situation that is reverberating from the heart of the Middle East to the major cities of Paris, Beirut, and Moscow, and taking center stage in the political conversations in the U.S., across Europe, and beyond.
Egyptian authorities arrested two airport staff in connection with the Metrojet plane that crashed over the Sinai last month, killing 224 people, as the head of Russia's FSB security service on Tuesday told Russian President Vladimir Putin that it's now clear a homemade explosive device brought down aircraft and that the bombing was a "terrorist" act.
CIA director John Brennan criticized new privacy protections, claiming they are hampering government’s ability to find terrorists continued the push for law enforcement to get “backdoor” access to everyone’s encrypted smartphones. No evidence has been offered to support claim the Paris attackers used encrypted communication. Blaming Snowden is a desperate attempt to shift blame for the terror attacks onto whistleblowers, journalists and encryption technology.
French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian; "The number of French air force airstrikes on ISIL targets will grow," he added, saying that there would be 36 fighter jets in the region capable of striking IS targets once the Charles de Gaulle reaches its destination.
Russian president’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov: "Russia’s position on [Syrian President Bashar] al-Assad’s future is that no one can dictate whether Assad is to go or not. Assad’s future and the future of the Syrian government can be decided only by the Syrian people."
Between 1989 and 2010, U.S. attorneys seized an estimated $12.6 billion in asset forfeiture cases. The growth rate during that time averaged +19.4% annually. In 2010 alone, the value of assets seized grew by +52.8% by 2014,$4.5 billion for the year. According to the FBI, the total amount of goods stolen by criminals in 2014 burglary offenses $3.9 billion in property losses. This means that the police are now taking more assets than the criminals.
Russia has deployed its fleet of strategic bombers to double the volume of airstrikes on Islamist targets in Syria, Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu has announced. Vladimir Putin has ordered a cruiser to coordinate operations with French naval forces in the Mediterranean.
Stock prices for weapons manufacturers sharply increased just after the terrorist attacks in Paris last week. Europe, United States promised more military action in the Middle East. Billions of dollars to be made by the people who sell weapons and ammunition to countries at war.
In Luis v. US federal government arguing it has the power to freeze all of a defendant’s assets, including those not earned through crime; financially cripple someone before convicted, had a trial and not allow them to use assets that are theirs to Sixth Amendment right to counsel by taking away money could use to hire a defense attorney. US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer: “The principle the government, without proving guilt of any crime can take all of his money,” I’ve never heard of such a principle.”
What the US and France learned from the Charlie Hebdo skepticism on the Internet is to keep the story flowing. More importantly, the story was followed quickly by more drama: pursuit of a suspected perpetrator into Belgium, a French bombing attack on the Islamic State, French aircraft carrier sent to the Middle East, declaration of war by the French President against ISIL, speculation that Hollande, pressured by Washington, will invoke NATO’s Article V, which will pull NATO into an invasion of the Islamic State. By superceding each event with a new one, the public’s attention is shifted away from the attack itself.
Kevin Fanning, 59 Texas,I was paying for insurance I could not afford to use, dropped his policy. David R. Reines, 60, Jefferson Township, N.J.,“We have insurance, but can’t afford to use it. ”More than half the plans offered for sale through HealthCare.gov, the federal online marketplace, have a deductible of $3,000 or more. In Miami, median deductible, according to HealthCare.gov, is $5,000. In Jackson, Miss. the figure is $5,500. Anne Cornwell Chattanooga, Tenn. $10,000 deductible, income about $32,000 a year.
Several U.S. governors are threatening to halt efforts to allow Syrian refugees into their states in the aftermath of the coordinated attacks in Paris, though immigration experts say under the Refugee Act of 1980 governors cannot legally block refugees from settling in their communities.
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