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Las Vegas Shooting: Means, Motive and Opportunity

YouTube.com | John E Hoover | "John E Hoover", aka #IAMJOHNCULLEN has produced some of the most interesting videos attempting to unravel the many mysteries of the tragic shooting in Las Vegas.  We consider "John E Hoover" along with Jake Morphonios of Blackstone Intelligence Network and Laura Loomer (@LauraLoomer)  to be among the best investigators of this event.

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DEA Wiretap Led to Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock

TruePundit.com | Investigative Bureau | According to TruePundit, alleged Mandalay Bay shooter Stephen Paddock was investigated by the DEA.  This would appear to complicate the official story that Paddock lived a wealthy lifestyle which he earned from being a professional gambler specializing in Video Poker.  According to TruePundit sources, some of Paddock's cell phone numbers turned up during a DEA wiretap resulting in an investigation into Paddock's background and finances resulting in the discovery of large wire transfers reported in Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) which are reports that financial institituons are required to file for suspcious or potentially suspicius transactions which are then sent to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).  TruePundit is reporting that some of Paddock's phones are now in the possesion of the FBI.

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Parents Catch FBI in Plot to Force Mentally Ill Son to Be a Right Wing Terrorist

ActivistPost.com | In yet another all too frequent occurence, the FBI annouces they have disrupted a terrorist plot and saved countless lives.  However, it seems that in many of these cases, they have groomed, armed and possibly entrapped, for lack of a better term, "useful idiots".  These are people that, were it not for the FBI themselves, would likely not have commited any terrorist act.  The FBI, on the other hand, gets to take credit for disrupting a "terrorist" attack.  A recent Oklahoma case sets a new low for the FBI and these type of tactics. 

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Obama Shifts from Military Might to Diplomacy

www.nytimes.com | The weekend ended with the first tangible sign of a nuclear deal with Iran, after more than three decades of hostility. Then on Monday came the announcement that a conference will convene in January to try to broker an end to the civil war in Syria.

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Questioning FBI Involvement in Boston Bombing

digitaljournal.com | The host of the popular news program Reality Check has asked if the Second Boston Massacre, as it is coming to be known, was a case of FBI entrapment which followed a tragic path similar to the known entrapment case of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

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Afghan President Karzai Announces Plans to Prohibit Calls for Airstrikes

apnews.myway.com | Angry over civilian deaths, President Hamid Karzai announced plans Saturday to ban Afghan security forces from requesting international airstrikes on residential areas.

If he issues the decree as promised, the move would pose a significant new challenge to government troops who have relied heavily on foreign air power to give them an advantage against insurgents on the battlefield even as the U.S. and other countries prepare to end their combat mission in less than two years.

The declaration came as anger mounted over a joint Afghan-NATO operation this week that Afghan officials said killed 10 civilians, including women and children, in northeast Kunar province.

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