Some of the stolen weapons were used in a shooting in November that killed two Americans and three others at a police training facility in Amman, F.B.I. officials believe after months of investigating the attack, according to people familiar with the investigation.
An Associated Press review of the official calendar Hillary Clinton kept as secretary of state identified at least 75 meetings with longtime political donors, Clinton Foundation contributors and corporate and other outside interests that were not recorded or omitted the names of those she met.
Bill and Hillary Clinton profess to have always been supporters of racial equality, but anecdotes published in a new book by his ex-lover claim otherwise. Hillary was heard calling mentally challenged children ‘f*****g ree-tards’ and caught on record blurting out the terms ‘stupid k**e and ‘f***ing Jew b*****d’, while Bill called the Reverend Jesse Jackson a ‘G**damned n****r’. Bill was also sued several times by blacks and Hispanics for violations of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.
Six diseases that were recently near eradication are making a comeback in the United States, as the taxpayer funded refugee resettlement industry launches a propaganda blitz about the so-called World Refugee Day this Monday.The returning diseases are;1. Tuberculosis2. Measles3. Whooping Cough4. Mumps5. Scarlet Fever6. Bubonic Plague
LORETTA LYNCH: What were announcing tomorrow is that the FBI is releasing a partial transcript of the killers calls with law enforcement, from inside the club. These are the calls with the Orlando PD negotiating team, who he was, where he was… that will be coming out tomorrow and Ill be headed to Orlando on Tuesday.CHUCK TODD: Including the hostage negotiation part of this?LYNCH: Yes, it will be primarily a partial transcript of his calls with the hostage negotiators.CHUCK TODD: You say partial, whats being left out?LYNCH: What were not going to do is further proclaim this mans pledges of allegiance to terrorist groups, and further his propaganda. CHUCK TODD: Were not going to hear him talk about those things? LYNCH: We will hear him talk about some of those things, but we are not going to hear him make his assertions of allegiance and that. It will not be audio, it will be a printed transcript. But it will begin to capture the back and forth between him and the negotiators, were trying to get as much information about this investigation out as possible. As you know, because the killer is dead, we have a bit more leeway there and we will be producing that information tomorrow.
A homeless man charged with setting a fire that killed five people at a vacant Los Angeles building was in the country illegally, and was arrested for drug possession days before the blaze.Johnny Sanchez, 21, remains jailed without bail on five counts of murder. Prosecutors havent decided whether to seek the death penalty.They allege Sanchez set the fire Monday after having a dispute with other people squatting at a former acupuncture clinic in the Westlake area near downtown.
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A Florida gun shop owner said that Orlando terrorist Omar Mateen tried to buy bulk ammunition and heavy-duty body armor from his shop five or six weeks ago, and that they tried to warn the FBI.Robbie Abell, who co-owns Lotus Gunworks in South Florida, said Mateen was asking about the highest-level body armor.Abell said the salesman knew that this was “not a question that a normal civilian would ask.”
A US senator bemoaned Thursday morning that the constitutional right to due process “is what’s killing us right now.”Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that the right to due process, guaranteed by the Fifth Amendment of the US Constitution, had made it difficult to pass gun-control legislation denying those on the FBI’s terror watch list the ability to purchase a firearm.“The firewall we have right now is due process,” the West Virginia senator said. “It’s all due process.”
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad is encouraging citizens of his state to spend more time reading the Bible, by calling for a Bible-reading marathon. However, a couple of organizations are threatening to sue over what they believe is a violation of the separation between church and state.