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9/11, CONSPIRACY THEORY W/ JESSE VENTURA

http://apnews.myway.com/article/20140102/DAB2I2KG2.html

Terrorstorm, a history of government sponsored terror

can we make all this info public knowledge this 9/11? 

// Syrian rebels are being run by al Qaeda and the US.. 
// CIA trains al Qaeda..
// CIA ‘running arms smuggling team in Benghazi when consulate was attacked’ 
// Link between Benghazi hit and Libyan weapons shipment to rebels in Syria.. 
// ..as the Syrian national army makes searing advances against the militants, it is apparent from the identities of the dead that the majority of these fighters are foreigners, from Saudi Arabia, Libya, Jordan, Turkey, as well as from the US and Europe, including Britain, France and Germany.http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/07/30/316273/west-war-crimes-in-syria-exposed/

can we make all this info public knowledge this 9/11? 


// Syrian rebels are being run by al Qaeda and the US.. 

// CIA trains al Qaeda..

// CIA ‘running arms smuggling team in Benghazi when consulate was attacked’

// Link between Benghazi hit and Libyan weapons shipment to rebels in Syria..

// ..as the Syrian national army makes searing advances against the militants, it is apparent from the identities of the dead that the majority of these fighters are foreigners, from Saudi Arabia, Libya, Jordan, Turkey, as well as from the US and Europe, including Britain, France and Germany.http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/07/30/316273/west-war-crimes-in-syria-exposed/

Warrantless Cellphone Tracking Is Upheld

In a significant victory for law enforcement, a federal appeals court on Tuesday said that government authorities could extract historical location data directly from telecommunications carriers without a search warrant.

The closely watched case, in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, is the first ruling that squarely addresses the constitutionality of warrantless searches of historical location data stored by cellphone service providers. Ruling 2 to 1, the court said a warrantless search was “not per se unconstitutional” because location data was “clearly a business record” and therefore not protected by the Fourth Amendment.

// read more.. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/31/technology/warrantless-cellphone-tracking-is-upheld.html?_r=0