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Saturday, November 08, 2008

Presidential security team swamps the neighbourhood with members of the U.S. Secret Service Counter Assault Team, can Bill Ayers get in ?


From The Times of London Saturday, November 08, 2008....Obama's Heightened Security Turns Chicago Neighborhood Into Virtual Fortress, Secret Service has taken over once easy-going Chicago area where president-elect resides. Photos above are members of U.S. Secret Service Counter Assault Team that guards Pres.-Elect Barack Obama. Will Bill Ayers be able to visit Obama ? I wonder how many of the U.S. Secret Service Counter Assault Team members had fathers or uncles in the FBI, NYPD or the Capital Police when Bill Ayers was blowing up buildings on the East Coast with the Weather Underground (Cop Killers). These U.S. Secret Service Counter Assault Team members look like they shoot first and ask questions later, sorry Bill.

President-elect Barack Obama's Chicago neighborhood has become a very different place to live now that Secret Service agents have turned the once easy-going area into a virtual fortress to protect the next president, The Times of London reported.

Assassination fears surrounding Obama, codenamed "Renegade" by his security on the campaign trail, mean that he may become the most heavily guarded president in history.After months of shaking hands with strangers, the President-elect delivered his victory speech from behind bulletproof glass in Chicago's Grant Park.

Streets around his mock-Georgian mansion in enclave by the University of Chicago have been closed. The main thoroughfare has been shut down because it passes his yard. Visitors to the synagogue that faces his house must put their names on a list 24 hours before they attend so that their identities can be checked.

Prior to the 2008 Presidential election, the Secret Service generally protected major candidates over the 120 days preceding an election. On May 3, 2007, the Secret Service announced that Senator Barack Obama would also have protection following a request from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, due in part to racially motivated threats against the candidate.

Mr Obama is an undeniable target in a country with more than 200 million registered firearms which has seen the assassination of four presidents – Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley and John F. Kennedy. Eight others have survived attempts on their lives. “The protective-security threat and the challenges surrounding the protection for him is extremely difficult. It’s going to take a lot of resources and a tremendous amount of protective and tactical analysis to stay ahead of the bad guys,” said Fred Burton, vice-president of counter-terrorism at Stratfor, a geopolitical intelligence analysis firm.

"I live one block away. I get carded to go on my block," said Adrienne Stone, 33, a U.S. Air Force veteran. "I have become accustomed to the Secret Service being everywhere. I don't get a lot of sleep. There are helicopters overhead. But he deserves this. We have lost too many leaders before their time," she said.













On October 20, 1981, several members of the Weather Underground undertook the robbery of a bank to finance their terrorist activities. During the robbery the group murdered an armored car guard and two members of the Nyack, New York, Police Department – Officer Waverly Brown and Sergeant Edward O’Grady,. a Vietnam War veteran. Unlike with Sergeant McDonnell’s murder, this case was quickly solved and several members of the group were sentenced to lengthy prison terms.

Sergeant McDonnell, Officer Brown, and Sergeant O’Grady were just three of over a dozen law enforcement officers killed by radical, domestic terrorist groups during the 1970s and 1980s. Their memories may be forgotten by those who killed them and walk free – whether through lack of arrest and prosecution in McDonnell’s case or having served their sentences in Brown’s and O’Grady’s cases – but they will never be forgotten by their brothers and sisters in law enforcement.

Bernardine Dohrn (Bill Ayres wife), was once labeled “the most dangerous woman in America” by none other than J. Edgar Hoover and Dohrn proclaimed, “I consider myself a revolutionary Communist”. .

It is unclear whether Obama knew the former fugitive Dohrn through Sidley & Austin but there is no doubt that, by the time Obama joined Sidley & Austin as a Summer associate, Obama had known Bill Ayers for at least two years through their involvement in Alliance for Better Chicago Schools in 1987.....Obama, 21 years involved with terrorist cop killers.

In 1976, the FBI's Chicago Field Office prepared a summary which described the activities of the Weather Underground Organization (Dohrn & Ayers), also known as Weathermen. This organization described itself as a revolutionary organization of communist men and women (Dohrn & Ayers).

The FBI's analysis of its motivations, beliefs, and international travels are outlined in this summary with photos and news article from the period..
Bill Warner
Private Investigator

Cross-burning incident spurs expressions of support for victims in APOLACON TOWNSHIP, Pa, south of Binghamton NY which was the KKK State Headquarters.












Ku Klux Klan (KKK) altar. The yellow banner is 1970's from Bucks County, PA. The white banner from Binghamton, N.Y. The New York state headquarters of the Ku Klux Klan was located in Binghamton NY until 1927......

Reaction rippled across the Southern Tier (Binghamton NY) on Friday because of a cross-burning incident earlier this week at a couple's home. State police, meanwhile, said Friday they have not found the person or persons responsible for the incident in front of a house and pottery studio owned by Archie Johnson, who is black, and Ruth Cohen, who is Jewish.

People across the region lent their voices in support of the couple via telephone and Internet message boards Friday, and a woman offered to post a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever placed the planks of wood in the couple's yard and set them ablaze. Many people posting thoughts on a Pressconnects.com discussion board decried the act, and said they sympathized with Cohen, 63, and Johnson, 71.

"My initial reaction was one of shame that anyone could do that," said Town of Union resident Veronica Mann, who met Johnson at a recent event in the Tier arts community. "It's a shame that a person could do something like (burn a cross)."But some support was tinged with fear.

The woman who offered to post the reward, and several other people who called the newspaper to discuss the story, said they had heard or otherwise experienced racism in the Tier, but were afraid to have their names associated with such reports for fear it would make them targets in the future. Cohen and Johnson have lived in the township since retiring and moving from the New York City area in May 2003, and have been involved in community events. They were unavailable Friday.

KKK had Tier presence; There is no evidence at present that the cross-burning is tied to the Ku Klux Klan, a racist organization that has used such acts to intimidate blacks and members of certain non-Protestant groups. Hooded KKK members have held cross-burnings in the Tier in the past -- in Chenango County in 1975; and in Windham Township, Pa., in 1987. Binghamton was the KKK's New York headquarters from 1923-27, but public Klan activity here has been minimal in recent years.

It is unclear what motivated the cross-burner or burners to target the Cohen-Johnson property now. Cohen speculated that the person may have been frustrated because of Tuesday's election of Barack Obama as America's first black president. See KKK radio air time request and Brochure info in Binghamton NY below;

Jan. 1989 - 2 members of the Ku Klux Klan request air time on WHRW Binghamton NY (SUNY). A huge outcry results on campus and in the community. Then-President Clifford Clark sets up an "advisory committee", ostensibly to help WHRW in this, as well as future "controversial" programming matters. WHRW vehemently protests this invasion of programming autonomy. WHRW's board, in a 9-4 vote, denies the Ku Klux Klan's request because "the board could not come to a consensus as how to broadcast such a program in an educational manner." The president's committee eventually stops convening, though it is not officially dissolved.

Women of the Ku Klux Klan: Constitution and Bylaws; Outline of Principles and Teachings; recruitment card. This ephemera c. 1927 from the Women of the Ku Klux Klan was found in Coxsackie, New York, and was part of a museum accession that also included Klan robes and hoods. These artifacts are representative of widespread KKK activity in New York State in the 1920s. An estimated 80,000 New Yorkers belonged to the Klan. In fact, New York had the seventh highest membership in the nation. The Albany-Schenectady-Troy area had an estimated 11,000 members, but Klan rallies, parades, and burning crosses were reported statewide, from the state headquarters in Binghamton to Long Island, from Buffalo to the Catskills. As opposed to the anti-black animus in the South, the primary targets of the Klan in New York were Roman Catholics, Jews, immigrants generally, and "Bolsheviks" (the common 1920s name for communists).

Ku Klux Klan Reference Deleted From Binghamton NY Pamphlet, NYT Published: September 12, 1993....A reference in a Binghamton NY tourism brochure to local white supremacist activity in the 1920's will be deleted from the pamphlet, promotion officials said. "It's something that obviously is offensive to some people. That's not the business we're in, offending people," said Len James, president of the Broome County Chamber of Commerce (Binghamton NY), which published the brochure. The brochure highlighting significant dates in Broome County history includes mention that Binghamton was the state headquarters for the Ku Klux Klan in 1923-24. Civil rights advocates wanted the K.K.K. listing removed, saying it is offensive and inappropriate. The brochure, Mr. James said, had been used since the 1970's. About 2,500 of them are produced a year for promotional purposes, he said. The K.K.K. reference, he said, had always been in the brochure.


Bill Warner
Private Investigator

Friday, November 07, 2008

Pres. Obama will call on Americans to serve 50 to100 hours of community service every year & individuals over age 55 to promote Head Start, WHAT ?

America Serves, whether you want to or not, under President Obama's compelled community service corp to help inner cities disadvantaged youth.

The Obama Administration will call on Americans to serve in order to meet the nation’s challenges. President-Elect Obama will expand national service programs like AmeriCorps and Peace Corps and will create a new Classroom Corps to help teachers in underserved schools, as well as a new Health Corps, Clean Energy Corps, and Veterans Corps

PRESIDENT Obama will call on citizens of all ages to serve America, by developing a plan to require 50 hours of community service in middle school and high school and 100 hours of community service in college every year. Obama will encourage retiring Americans to serve by improving programs available for individuals over age 55, while at the same time promoting youth programs such as Youth Build and Head Start.

Head Start is a program of the United States Department of Health and Human Services that provides comprehensive education, health, nutrition, and parent involvement services to low-income children and their families. Created in 1965 by the Head Start Act, Head Start is the longest-running program to address systemic poverty in the United States. As of

Head Start program has made some progress in improving the preparedness of disadvantaged preschool children, mostly low-income black children from inner city urban sites, for entry into our public schools. Datcher-Loury (1989) studied a group of low-income black children from three inner city urban sites to determine if differences in academic performance were attributable "to differences in behavior and attitudes among the families.

Based on the results of the students' achievement (Head Start) on reading and math tests and on interviews with and observations of the children's mothers, Datcher-Loury concluded that differences in family behavior and attitudes did have "large and important long-term effects on children's academic performance." Given these results, Datcher-Loury suggests that "programs aimed at altering parental behavior may be useful in helping to overcome the effects of economic disadvantage on children's scholastic achievement.

What if when an individual reaches 55 to 62 and he or she does not want to give up 50 to 100 hours a year to the "Head Start" and inner city urban programs, will their social security benefits be held back when they reach retirement age until they serve their time ?


Bill Warner
Private Investigator

Blood and Honour raids and arrest, Three people have been arrested for allegedly organising neo-Nazi concerts, Blood & Honour links to Vlaams Belang


Members of Blood & Honour from an earlier concert in Albury. (File Photo from 2007). Three people have been arrested for allegedly organising neo-Nazi concerts (Blood & Honour). The federal judicial authorities and the judicial authorities of Kortrijk and Veurne (West Flanders) have arrested three people who allegedly organised neo-Nazi concerts.

An investigation has been launched. The arrests were made after police raided several houses in Antwerp BELGIAN, Bocholt (Limburg province) BELGIAN and Gullegen (West Flanders) BELGIAN. Inspectors also seized computers and documents.The three have been taken in for questioning. (In the past, see below, Blood & Honour linked to the BELGIAN Vlaams Belang political party).

Two of them were released later today.The official charge is violation of anti-racism laws during the organisation of neo-Nazi
Blood and Honour concerts in Diksmuide (West Flanders) BELGIAN last weekend and in Bellegem (West Flanders, near Kortrijk) last April. The suspects possibly organised other concerts as well.

The investigation started after a German undercover journalist attended the Blood and Honour concert in Bellegem BELGIAN to make a tv-report. The judicial authorities have seized tv-footage from the gathering. Undercover police officers attending also noticed violations of racism laws. "Some were declaiming racist texts and others gave the Hitler salute", says Eric Van der Sypt of the federal judiciary.

Blood & Honour links to Vlaams Belang. See prior article on Blood and Honour and Vlaams Belang (Flemish Interest) Party; September 8, 2006,Police raid army barracks 'to foil Nazi terror plot' By David Charter in Brussels... BELGIAN police claimed yesterday to have foiled a neo-Nazi terrorist plot after arresting 11 soldiers and seizing a large quantity of weapons during raids on five army barracks. The federal prosectutor’s office said that the group had planned to destabilise the country and had apparently infiltrated the military. It had also amassed a sophisticated range of arms and explosives. Lieve Pellens, a spokeswoman for the office, said:

They were extreme right, with anti-Semitic and xenophobic ideals. They were recruiting in military circles with the aim possibly to move to action.” All the arrests were made in the Dutch-speaking Flanders region, where there has been a steady rise in support for the far-right anti-immigrant Vlaams Belang (Flemish Interest) Party. The suspects allegedly belonged to a breakaway faction of the far-right Flemish group Blood and Honour. Police also detained six civilians, who are expected to appear in court today. Prosecutors said that a two-year inquiry into the splinter group Bloed-Bodem-Eer-Trouw (Blood, Soil, Honour, Loyalty) led them to a stockpile of weapons that included a large quantity of ammunition, pistols, rifles and landmine detonators.

A statement relased by the prosecutor’s office said that those arrested were mainly “soldiers and people with an extreme-right ideology who clearly express themselves through racism, xenophobia, Holocaust denial, anti-Semitism and neo-Nazism” and that the alleged ringleader was a serving military man “who intended to put terrorist ideas into practice”. Le Soir newspaper identified the man as “B.T.”, a member of the Belgian Army’s 5th regiment.

It reported that police also found a bomb and detonator strong enough to blow up a car, gas masks, uniforms, propaganda material and neo-Nazi symbols and literature. Le Soir claimed that B.T. had built up the network over two and a half years, finding recruits who shared an extreme right-wing ideology, organising paramilitary training weekends and forging links with other outlawed groups such as de Nationale Alliante (the National Alliance aka National Formation see below) in the Netherlands.

The Blood and Honour
skinhead organization has a branch in Serbia, where it is called Krv i čast. On their official web site, members of the Serbian branch claim they intend "to propagate revolutionary idea of National Socialism without compromise. Also, the intention of Serbian Blood and Honour Division is to motivate all NS followers to radical activities and not only to passive observing or listening to the music." This organization, with chapters in several Serbian cities, organized several memorial concerts on the anniversary of Hitler's birth, starting in 2001.
Blood and Honour has a branch in Kula & Novi Sad Serbia, where it is called Krv i čast. Its website claims that the group intends "to propagate revolutionary idea of National Socialism without compromise. Also, the intention of Serbian Blood and Honour Division is to motivate all NS followers to radical activities.

Blood & Honour is a neo-Nazi music promotion network, founded in 1987, that is comprised of
white power skinheads and other white nationalists. The group organises white power concerts and distributes records by Rock Against Communism (RAC) bands. Ian Stuart Donaldson, singer of the band Skrewdriver, was the founder and one of the prominent leaders until his death in 1993.
Blood & Honour took its name from the motto of the Hitler Youth, Blut und Ehre. Sometimes the code 28 stands for Blood & Honour, derived from the second and eighth letters of the Latin alphabet, B and H.

Blood and Honour has a branch in Novi Sad Serbia, where it is called Krv i čast they link to Nacionalni stroj (National Formation), a neo-Nazi organization from the Vojvodina region (KULA & NOVI SAD), they orchestrated several incidents in 2005. Charges were laid against 18 of the leading members in late 2005, and each of them faced up to eight years in prison. The group was still active in 2008, as was demonstrated by a display of religious hatred.


Bill Warner
Private Investigator
www.wbipi.com

THE "POWER OF THE PRESS" HAS BEEN AIDING IN SHUTTING DOWN JIHAD TERROR WEBSITES HOSTED IN THE USA DURING 2008, SOME NOT SO MUCH.

Begining with January 2008, there has been a full court press put on shutting down Al-Qaeda and assorted Jihad websites that are/were hosted by Web Companies in the USA with the aid of Newspapers and TV Stations that have put America's safety at the forefront (some Left Wing Media Newspapers #12 refuse to help).


The full court Press attack on terror websites started this year with the aid of the Media in Tampa Fl and Howard Altman the "Courts and Cops" Team Leader/Editor of The Tampa Tribune. See Michelle Malkin's 2006 article on Howard Altman at the Tampa Tribune, "he has another informative follow-up on Cyberjihad". Significant Jihad websites shut down in 2009 are the Somalia Al-Shabaab terror website in Vancouver WA and the pro Al-Qaeda Website of Samir Khan in Charlotte NC.  Cyber Vigilantes Stalk Terrorists on the Internet.

1). Local Firm Removes Jihadi Web Site By HOWARD ALTMAN The Tampa Tribune Published: January 28, 200..TAMPA - A Tampa Web-hosting company has taken down a Web site used by al-Qaida for communicating in secret and hiding files from investigators. The company, Noc4Hosts, took the action Monday after it was informed about the site by The Tampa Tribune. Noc4Hosts, at 400 N. Tampa St., is in an office building that also rents space to the Tampa district of the U.S. attorney's office.



2). Al-Qaida Web Site's Phoenix Hosts Follow Actions Taken In Tampa, By HOWARD ALTMAN, The Tampa Tribune, Published: February 2, 2008..For the second time this week, a Web site described as key to al-Qaida communications has been taken down by a hosting company after a call from a reporter. On Wednesday, the site was removed by a company in Phoenix after a call from the Arizona Republic newspaper. On Monday, a Web hosting company in Tampa removed a related site after a call from The Tampa Tribune. The site hosted in Phoenix - www.ek-ls.org - was one of six related al-Qaida sites previously hosted in Tampa, said Paul Henry an Internet security specialist.
Feb. 1, 2008 12:00 AM
A Web site used by al-Qaida to recruit car bombers, encourage war on the West and provide a forum for Islamic militants went online from Phoenix this week,
It moved from Tampa just a week ago to Arizona . The Web site, http://www.ek-ls.org/ , facilitates discussions on weapons, explosives and propaganda and often serves as a question-and-answer center for terrorists, a review of the Web site shows. The site, a well-known and popular forum for Islamic terrorists and their sympathizers, was the first to report the death of senior al-Qaida leader Abu Laith al-Libi in Pakistan this week. The north Phoenix company hosting the site took it down Wednesday, just hours after being contacted by The Arizona Republic. Bill Warner, a Sarasota, Fla., private investigator who has worked with federal agencies on terrorist-related issues, has been tracking terrorist-related Web sites for months. "The Web sites are a big part of the support network of terrorism financially," he said. "They use the Web sites to request money from the U.S. and the U.K. They ask people to take money to Pakistan." Warner said he blames Web-hosting companies for failing to monitor content. Instead, he said, they wait until the site is brought to their attention to take action. "All you've got to do is look," Warner said, pointing to the Phoenix Web site as an example. "You are one click away. First, there is a very benign front page, but all of a sudden, you see tanks being blown up and Osama bin Laden and martyrs. It doesn't matter that you can't read Arabic."



3). Jihadist Web Site Taken Down, By HOWARD ALTMAN, The Tampa Tribune
Published: February 19, 2008 TAMPA
-- One of al-Qaida supporters' oldest and most stable Web sites apparently was taken down this morning. It contained a 21-minute audio clip calling for Palestinians to attack Jews and the United States, according to organizations that track jihadists online. The site was taken down after a call from the Tribune to the host company, which operates in Tampa. Steve Eschweiler, general manager of Noc4Hosts Inc., could not immediately be reached for comment. The site -- http://www.alhesbah/ .net/v/ -- is the "principal and largest jihadi forum of supporters of al-Qaida and global jihad, and the oldest existing forums," said Reuven Paz, director of the Jerusalem-based Project for the Research of Islamist Movements.  Cyber Vigilantes Stalk Terrorists on the Internet.


4). Investigator Links 3rd Jihadist Web Site To Tampa Host, By HOWARD ALTMAN, The Tampa Tribune, Published: February 22, 2008, Tampa continues to be the focus of an international game of Internet whack-a-mole between jihadists who put up Web sites and organizations and individuals who try to shut them down. For the third time in a month, Sarasota-based private investigator Bill Warner has tracked to a Tampa hosting company what investigators call a significant Web site used by jihadists for communications, recruitment and fundraising. The company is based in the same building as the U.S. attorney's office.


5). TAMPA (Bay News 9), Feb 26, 2008, Terrorist web sites are being hosted by U.S. companies There are radical Islamic web sites now being hosted by U.S. companies and possibly even in Tampa. Sarasota private investigator Bill Warner said last year he discovered what is known as one of the largest jihadist web sites currently online being hosted through a web company in Tampa.


6). Cyber Vigilantes Track Extremist Web Sites, Intelligence Experts Balk at Effort Saturday, March 22, 2008, By Carmen Gentile FOX News; Cyber vigilantes typically troll the Internet, searching message boards, Web sites and media sharing sites for incendiary postings from people with ties to terror groups like Al Qaeda. Using Arabic translation software, they monitor postings and even assume fake identities to join online conversations. One of them is Bill Warner, a Sarasota, Fla.-based private investigator and a self-proclaimed cyber-crusader. Just last month alone, Warner was instrumental in helping shut down three Web sites hosted by a Tampa Internet service provider (ISP) that contained text, images and video related to attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.


7). Unwittingly hosting terror, Islamists use US Web firms for recruiting; Agencies mine sites for data. By Bryan Bender Globe Staff / March 27, 2008. For more than a year, a Burlington-based Internet company hosted a website that taught its members how to outfit a suicide bomber, aired Al Qaeda propaganda videos, and offered an "exclusive" Taliban video showing the beheadings of three "spies," according to computer records. The English-language website, Leemedia.net, was taken down earlier this month - but not in a counterterrorism crackdown, government officials said. Instead, the Web server, Endurance International Corp. Inc., shut it down after Internet watchdogs made repeated demands to remove the terrorist material.


8). MSM Notices We PWND Lee Media, March 27, 2008 JAWA REPORT, We've graduated from the New York Times characterization as 'internet vigilantes' to the Boston Globe's 'internet watchdogs'. While the latter is preferable to the former, it kinda lacks, I dunno, pizzaz. The article is pretty fair but does cite sources within the intel community who think there is no real connection between online jihadis and actual jihadis--a claim we've debunked here dozens of times. No connection? Let's just look at the connection between Lee Media and actual terrorists: Thanks to Bill Warner who helped pass news of the Lee Media project on to the Globe.

9). Terror on the Internet: A Complex Issue, and Getting Harder, Greg Goth, MARCH 2008, IEEE DS Online Exclusive Content. The fight against terror on the World Wide Web, chat rooms, and forums tends to take a maddeningly circular route. Politicians demand a crackdown on the terrorist presence on the Web, calling on ISPs to develop new technologies that will block access to terrorist sites or to detect their origin and shut them down. Just as quickly, the sites’ operators relaunch from another host. Courts have found numerous efforts to thwart terror to be an abridgment of users’ rights of free speech.


10). U.S.-Based ISPs Count Known Terror Groups as Clients, By Brian Krebs, The Washington Post March 27, 2008 Herndon, Va.-based Network Solutions said Wednesday that it suspended Hizbollah.org, an official site of Hezbollah, a Lebanese political and paramilitary group. Turns out, Network Solutions, which was one of the original firms in the domain registration business, was accepting payment for the domain in violation of a U.S. law that bars American companies from doing business with organizations listed by Uncle Sam as terrorist groups.


11). The Columbian Newspaper, Tuesday, May 06, 2008, DOTSTER UNDER FIRE FOR WEB CONTENT IN VANCOUVER WA ....A group of self-described anti-terrorist vigilantes has put the heat on Vancouver-based Dotster Inc (see Jawa Report) for hosting an Arabic- and Somali- language Web site that frequently praises leaders in Somalia’s al-Qaida organization. Dotster officials said they pass along all complaints to law enforcement agencies, but unless required by law, the company does not remove its customers’ content from the Internet.The site under fire, www.kataaib.net , is associated with the al Shabaab movement in war- and genocide-torn Somalia, according to reports from the BBC and Reuters. In addition to praising Islamist militants, the site lists news about battles and bombings in Somalia. “Kataaib” is Arabic for “Brigades.”Florida resident Bill Warner, who describes himself as an anti-terrorist vigilante, is among a collection of online activists who want to use public pressure on Dotster to get kataaib.net shut down. Dotster, a Web registration and hosting company, generates revenue by hosting Web sites.
12). In our view: Internet Censor (Bill Warner) Wednesday, May 7 1:00 a.m.
COLUMBIAN EDITORIAL STAFF
; A Florida man's heart might be in the right place, but he is misguided in his bid to get a Vancouver Internet service company to drop a Somali-language Web site.Bill Warner, a Sarasota private investigator (www.wbipi.com ), wants Dotster Inc. of Vancouver to refuse service to www.kataaib.net . Warner, who has launched similar purge efforts in other cities with other Internet companies, says kataaib.net supports an al-Qaida organization in Somalia, where war and genocide are tragic facts of daily life."There are groups like this one that associate with al-Qaida through Web sites that help promote the ideology, help find new recruits and help the effort to support terrorism," Warner said in a Tuesday Columbian story by Courtney Sherwood. "It's not freedom of speech. This site should not be hosted in Vancouver." Cyber Vigilantes Stalk Terrorists on the Internet.




13). Do Cybersleuths Fight Terrorism or Cause Trouble?, Jun 19th 2008, By Howard Altman. In late May, Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn) called for Google to take down videos that include incendiary speeches by al-Qaida leadership. Working as a private investigator in Sarasota, Fla., Bill Warner spends part of his day chasing errant spouses and the rest of his time tracking down jihadis. Playing a game of Internet Whack-a-Mole, Warner has helped take down nine jihadi Web sites in the past six months, including one of the most important, Alhesbah, a principal forum for supporters of al-Qaida.

14). FBI MOST WANTED TERRORIST RAMADAN SHALLAH HAS/HAD A WEBSITE HOSTED IN ASHBURN VIRGINIA JUST OUTSIDE WASHINGTON DC, TILL NOW. Tuesday, June 24, 2008. RAMADAN ABDULLAH SHALLAH'S TERROR WEBSITE http://www.falestiny.net/ was FIRST shut down on May 22ND 2008 in Dallas TX at Softlayer Tech by Sarasota Private Investigator Bill Warner but had resurfaced in Ashburn VA at Defender Technologies Group LLC... .
15). Pro Al-Qaeda Web site Run by a Charlotte Man Posted: WBTV 3..July 21, 2008 11:23 PM EDT. WBTV is investigating a 22-year old running a pro-Al-Qaeda website out of his parent's home in north Charlotte. "It's not a game," says WBTV Anchor Molly Grantham who is working these reports. Private investigator Bill Warner is in Florida studying Jihad-ist websites across the world. WBTV traveled to Sarasota to interview him because he says Charlotteans need to recognize someone in their backyard is helping the enemy.

16). Mainstream US Islamic Websites -- and Terror By PatrickPoole FrontPageMagazine.com Monday, September 29, 2008; More recently, the media has focused on the case of Charlotte, North Carolina resident, Samir Khan. Fox News recently reported that Khan’s website, inshallahshahid, features videos of terrorists bombing US military vehicles, provides links to the writings of Al-Qaeda chiefs Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri, and praises “martyrdom bombers” who sacrifice their lives “for the sake of Islam”. Having just passed the seventh anniversary of 9/11, those who promote Islamic terrorism are moving their online recruiting and instruction operations to the US where they can operate free from any fear of legal repercussions.

17). Al-Qaeda propaganda websites close fuelling speculation of cyber attack on 'war of terror' by American Cyber Vigilantes Who Track Extremist Web Sites Thursday, October 23, 2008.....Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday, Evening Standard & Metro Media Group. Al-Qaeda propaganda websites close fuelling speculation of cyber attack on 'war of terror' by American Cyber Vigilantes Who Track Extremist Web Sites. Websites being used to distribute al-Qaeda propaganda have been disabled for more than a month after being attacked by hackers the day before the 9/11 anniversary.

18). Monday, January 26, 2009, Somalia Al-Shabaab (Al-Qaeda) terrorist website www.kataaib.net is shut down, the Domain Pending Cancellation Per US Government Order on Jan 23 2009. Al-Shabaab (Al-Qaeda linked) terrorist recruiting website www.kataaib.net that has been hosted by the Dotster Web co in Vancouver WA USA since April 13rd 2007 has finally been shut down by a US Government order on Jan 23rd 2009 !The shut down of the Al-Shabaab website was first reported on Sunday 1/25/2009 at 10:01 pm by private investigator Bill Warner based on a tip from the US Military, see my post here, Sunday, January 25, 2009, SOMALI AL-SHABAAB TERRORIST RECRUITING WEBSITE HOSTED IN VANCOUVER WA USA, WWW.KATAAIB.NET APPEARS TO BE SHUT DOWN.

19). June 3, 2009, Pro Al-Qaeda Website Run By Samir Khan in Charlotte NC is Shut Down, His Al-Thabaat Islamic Network Is No More. Written by BILLWARNER on June 3rd 2009. From: pibillwarner.wordpress.com, Al-Thabaat Islamic Network shut down, Al-Qaeda propaganda website is no more as of June 3, 2009. Ansar Al-Mujahideen – News and information at your fingertips. The “mother” network address for the ”Al-Thabaat Islamic Network“ is http://www.thabaat.net/ , you have 3 choices when you go to the ”Al-Thabaat Islamic Network” address and Charlotte NC Samir Khan’s al- Qaeda website The Ignored Puzzle Pieces of Knowledge » GIMF:: Signs of Victory … was 1 of the 3.



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Iraqi insurgents expand the use of 'sticky' bombs, Magnetized devices to underside of vehicles & detonated by remote control, so far 200 times.

BAGHDAD -- Iraqi insurgents are increasingly using magnetically attached bombs known as "sticky IEDs" (Sticky Bombs were used in the WWII movie "Saving Private Ryan") to assassinate mid- and low-level Iraqi officials, Iraqi and U.S. officials said.

Rigged with magnets so they will adhere to the undersides of automobiles and detonated by remote control or with timers, the bombs have been used in Iraq sporadically since 2004. This year, U.S. military officials said, they have investigated roughly 200 cases involving magnetic bombs, and Iraqi officials said they have noted an increase in assassination attempts in which attackers use guns equipped with silencers. See my prior post, Thursday, November 06, 2008, Uptick in Baghdad attacks reveals new insurgent tactics, sticky IEDs mounted-on adhesive or magnets, Sticky Bombs right out of "Saving Private Ryan"

The magnetic bombs "are very dangerous and very difficult to discover," said Brig. Gen. Ali Abdul Ameer, a police commander in Baghdad. "It's stuck on in one place, and it blows up in another place."

Sticky Bombs Right out of "Saving Private Ryan", Alternately referred to as a sticky charge, sticky grenade or sticky bomb, the makeshift explosive employed by paratroopers during the Battle of Ramelle consisted of grease-covered socks filled with composition B or TNT explosive material. A fuse was inserted into the explosives and lit just before the explosive was placed on its target. Although the first attempt to use one of the sticky bombs failed, and the paratrooper holding the device was blown apart instantly, two other paratroopers successfully planted two sticky bombs on a German Tiger tank. The resulting explosions knocked off the tank's tread and succeeded in immobilizing the tank and blocking the street.

The bombs have been used against Iraqi government officials, particularly those who work in the army and police. Local leaders, judges, journalists and members of U.S.-backed Sunni armed groups also have been attacked.

U.S. and Iraqi officials did not release comparative data on the use of magnetic bombs in recent years. But Iraqi officials say the increased use of the weapons led them this year to warn all government employees to inspect their vehicles each morning and to avoid leaving cars unattended in unsecured areas.

Even when they are not responding to emergencies, Iraqi army and police officials drive through Baghdad with sirens blaring to avoid getting stuck in traffic, which is when the bombs are sometimes affixed.

Al-Qaida in Iraq "and other terrorist groups attempt to spread fear and intimidation among the public by use of these brutal tactics and try to create the perception that the Iraqi government is incapable of protecting local citizens," said a senior U.S. military intelligence official, speaking on the condition of anonymity.

Although U.S. military officials said magnetic bombs have not been placed under their vehicles, many American officials have begun to inspect their cars, even inside the protected Green Zone. Maj. Gen. Abdul Karim Khalaf, a spokesman for the Ministry of Interior, said "most of the attacks are against MOI officials, because this ministry started to become professional and we are targeting all kinds of outlaws." He said insurgents occasionally use glue to stick bombs to vehicles.

Khalaf said police recently detained 12 people suspected of carrying out assassinations using guns fitted with silencers, and have launched operations to target networks that use such weapons. "In the last three weeks, there's been a huge amount of activity with these kinds of operations," he said.

Before heading to work Tuesday morning, Ali Jabar Aduan got down on one knee to check the chassis of his car for explosives. Later that day, a sticky IED -- or improvised explosive device -- turned the government-owned Kia sport sedan he drives into a ball of charred metal.


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PA State Police investigate cross burning on lawn of Barack Obama supporters in Apolacon Township near Little Meadows PA home to KKK rallies in 80's.



APOLACON TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- After 5 1/2 years of watching scenes like deer grazing on apples beneath her tree and geese paddling in her pond, Ruth Cohen wasn't ready for what greeted her Wednesday: the remnants of a burned cross in her front yard. "This is an outrage," said Cohen, 63, indicating the charred planks beneath the utility pole at the edge of the rolling Bowbridge Road site where she and Archie Johnson, 71, keep their home and business. "In this day and age, this kind of thing shouldn't happen." See my prior post, Thursday, November 06, 2008, Mostly African American church in Springfield MA burned down 3 hours after Obama elected, $2.5 million in damage.


Cohen, a retired Queens school principal, is Jewish. Johnson, a retired architect, is black. It was not immediately clear whether the cross-burning was motivated by racism, anti-Semitism, or something else. Cohen believes the act may have been committed in frustration by someone unhappy with the presidential election of Barack Obama, whom the couple supported. State police are investigating. No arrests had been made Thursday night. The couple discovered the remnants of the cross about 8:15 a.m. Wednesday when a man knocked at their door. Johnson looked out the front window and noticed charring on the utility pole, then discovered two charred 1-by-3-inch planks, each about 4 feet in length, beneath it.

Cross-burning is historically associated with racist groups like the Ku Klux Klan, which used the burnings to intimidate blacks and members of non-Protestant religious groups. The FBI said it investigated about 20 such incidents in a recent two-year period; the Supreme Court ruled in 2004 that states can ban cross-burnings that are conducted as a means of intimidation. Cohen noted that Johnson is about the only black person in Apolacon Township, in rural northwestern Susquehanna County; of the 507 residents counted in the last Census, 98 percent were white. Frank "Buck" Russell, a local carpenter and friend of the couple's, described Cohen and Johnson as "probably the nicest people you'll ever meet" and said he was shocked that someone would target them.

"There are probably some racists around here, sad to say," Russell said from Whitetail's Bar & Grill in nearby Little Meadows. "But in this day and age, in this country, it shouldn't make a difference if you're black, white, green or yellow ... this kind of thing shouldn't happen." Russell, who has lived in the area all of his 51 years, said he examined the remains of the charred cross at the couple's request. He said the wood appeared freshly cut. "Whoever did this," he said, "had it planned." The Little Meadows area was the site of KKK rallies several decades ago, and a local woman who worked on Obama's campaign said Wednesday she heard tales of racist remarks directed at supporters. However, such overt acts of racism have been rare lately in the region, said Christina Archie-Brown, president of the Broome-Tioga Chapter of the NAACP. See my prior post, Friday, November 07, 2008, State police investigate cross burning on lawn of Barack Obama supporters in Warren County NJ.

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State police investigate cross burning on lawn of Barack Obama supporters in Warren County NJ




HARDWICK TWP. N.J. A family of Barack Obama supporters awoke Thursday to find a burned 6-foot cross on the front lawn of their home in northern Warren County N.J., police said. (Is the KKK going to make a comeback on the Barack Obama Presidency). The charred cross was partly wrapped with a homemade congratulatory banner that declared "President Obama Victory '08" and had been stolen from the lawn the night before, police said. "Living in the 21st century, and we have to deal with this -- in America," said Gary Grewal, 51, a native of India who lives with his wife and daughter, Arianna, on Millbrook Road in picturesque Hardwick Township, near the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. See my prior post, Friday, November 07, 2008, PA State Police investigate cross burning on lawn of Barack Obama supporters in Apolacon Township near Little Meadows PA home to KKK rallies in 80's.

Arianna, 8, spotted the banner wrapped around the burnt cross as the family walked toward their car to drive to school. "She saw it; that's what bothered me the most," Grewal said Thursday. "You can imagine the types of questions she was asking. It was very tough to explain." New Jersey State Police took the charred cross away in boxes to check for fingerprints or other evidence."We are treating it as a bias crime," said Lt. Gerald Lewis, a state police spokesman. See my prior post, Thursday, November 06, 2008, Mostly African American church in Springfield MA burned down 3 hours after Obama elected, $2.5 million in damage. Police said that between 1 and 7:30 a.m. someone set ablaze a cross composed of a metal fence post and a couple of two-by-fours. "Fortunately, in this particular case, the victims weren't harmed," Lewis said. Lewis said it was the first such incident state police had received information on in New Jersey. In Hardwick, the Obama/Joe Biden ticket garnered just 38 percent of the vote, but it was not substantially less than the 41 percent the ticket received in Warren County as a whole.

Grewal, a management consultant, has lived since 2001 in this largely rural Warren County community of about 1,500 people. He said Obama campaign signs were regularly swiped off his lawn. His wife, Alina, whose parents left Fidel Castro's Cuba to come to the United States, actively supported the Obama campaign in the largely Republican area. Instead of being intimidated, Gary and Alina Grewal have been emboldened."I don't want anyone to dictate to me and my family how to live," Alina Grewal said. Gary Grewal vowed to make an even larger Obama congratulatory banner."I'm not going to be intimidated by something like this," he said. "I don't go on anyone's property and do this. God forbid if I was African-American. "We're living in the 21st century, and we've got to be afraid to express our beliefs?"


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Thursday, November 06, 2008

Mostly African American church in Springfield MA burned down 3 hours after Obama elected, $2.5 million in damage.

Investigation launched into church fire; Bishop Bryant Robinson Jr. told 22News the church was one year into construction and was expected to open in the spring of 2009. One parishioner told 22News that he considers the fire suspicious. "We just had an African-American take the highest office and you know people fear change. I consider this to be a crime of hate," parishioner John Haygood said. Leger estimated about $2.5 million in damage.

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - An early morning fire destroyed a church under construction in the Sixteen Acres section of Springfield. Fire crews were first called around 3:00 a.m. on Wednesday to the Macedonia Church of God in Christ at 215 Tinkham Road.22news cameras captured the steeple crashing down as the fire continued to burn the church to the ground. The predominantly black church was destroyed by fire just hours after Barack Obama's landmark victory, triggering concerns that the building was purposely set ablaze in a possible hate crime.

Springfield Fire Department Spokesman Dennis Leger said three firefighters suffered minor injuries battling the blaze.Bishop Bryant Robinson Jr. told 22News the church was one year into construction and was expected to open in the spring of 2009. Leger estimated about $2.5 million in damage to the church. He said the Arson & Bomb Squad is investigating the cause of the fire.

ATF NATIONAL RESPONSE TEAM ACTIVATEDTO SPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — The National Response Team (NRT) from the Bureau
of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) along with ATF special agents from the across New England have entered into the investigation of a fire that occurred on Nov. 5, 2008 at 3:00 AM, at the Macedonia Church of God and Christ at the request of State Fire Marshall Stephen Coan. NRT Team Leader Tom Rooney said that the approximate 13,000 square foot structure, located in the 200 block of Tinkham Road was completely destroyed.

A brand new (Black) church under construction, just up and burns to the ground within three hours of Obama making his speech in Chicago, smells like 60's night riders reincarnated and on the prowl, again !


Bill Warner
Private Investigator

Connolly convicted of second-degree murder, Whitey Bulger's inside guy with the FBI finally got "traded up".












Connolly convicted of second-degree murder. MIAMI -- Retired FBI agent John J. Connolly Jr. was convicted today of second-degree murder for leaking information to long-time informants James "Whitey" Bulger and Stephen "The Rifleman" Flemmi that caused them to kill a potential witness against them 26 years ago.

The verdict, delivered by a Florida jury that deliberated for 13 hours following seven weeks of testimony, means that the 68-year-old Connolly faces spending the rest of his life in prison. See information on Whitey Bulger below;

D). Kevin Weeks gives up Whitey, SRQ Investigator Bill Warner, see YouTube video click here.

While convicting Connolly on one count, the jury found him not guilty of conspiracy to commit murder in the 1982 slaying in south Florida of John B. Callahan, a gregarious 45-year-old accountant who worked at some of Boston's largest accounting firms but had a fatal habit of socializing with gangsters.

Jurors apparently believed the testimony of the 74-year-old Flemmi, who is now serving a life sentence for 10 murders and testified that it was a tip from his handler, Connolly, that sealed Callahan's fate.

Facing his former handler from the witness stand, Flemmi testified that Connolly warned him and Bulger that the FBI planned to question Callahan and advised that he "wouldn't hold up'' and would likely implicate the gangsters in the 1981 slaying of a legitimate businessman, World Jai Alai president Roger Wheeler.

Hitman-turned-government witness John Martorano testified that at the urging of Bulger and Flemmi, he lured Callahan to Florida and shot him in the head. Callahan's bullet-riddled body was found in the trunk of his car at Miami International Airport on Aug. 2, 1982.

Though Connolly was only charged with Callahan's murder, prosecutors were allowed to present additional evidence dating back to the 1970s in an effort to prove that Connolly was corrupt.

After Connolly took a $25,000 kickback in 1983 that he knew came from drug proceeds, he joked, "Hey, I'm one of the gang." The defense called a number of witnesses, including US District Senior Judge Edward F. Harrington, who testified that Connolly had a reputation in the Boston FBI office for his ability to turn some of Boston's most dangerous criminals -- including Bulger and Flemmi -- into informants. He credited Connolly with using those informants to help the FBI decimate the New England Mafia in the 1980s.

The government's key witnesses were: Flemmi, Martorano, who is free after serving just 12 years for 20 murders; gangster-turned-author Kevin Weeks, who served five years for assisting Bulger in five murders; and John Morris, a former FBI supervisor who wept on the stand and admitted taking $7,000 in bribes from Bulger and Flemmi and leaking them information.


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