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9 charged with terror conspiracy in UK

9 charged with terror conspiracy in UK; face other terror-related charges as well British police early Monday morning charged nine men with conspiring to cause explosions in what they described as an extensive terror plot against UK targets. The men are expected in a London court to answer charges later…

US press should fear being targeted: Assange

WASHINGTON – WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Wednesday that a US government effort to prosecute him should serve as a warning to journalists in the United States. Assange, in an interview with the MSNBC television network, said there has been a “quite deliberate attempt to split off our organization from…

Assange denies having any contact with Bradley Manning

US inching closer to conspiracy or espionage indictment Julian Assange, founder of secrets outlet WikiLeaks, insisted during a Friday morning interview that he’s never met or even spoken to Pvt. Bradley Manning, the soldier accused of sending his site troves of secret files. This comes as lawyers presented the House…

Judge refuses to stop construction of Tennessee mosque

A judge refused Wednesday to stop construction of a proposed mosque in Tennessee that was opposed by some local residents who tried to argue that there was a conspiracy by Muslims to impose extremist law on the United States. Opponents filed a lawsuit claiming that Rutherford County planning officials violated…

Fox News panelists try to blame Obama for Muslim rumors

Since he began his trek to the presidency, Barack Obama and his staff have steadfastly knocked down allegations that he’s secretly a terrorist-loving, Christian-hating, capitalism-destroying, secret Kenyan-Muslim agent here to take Americans’ guns. (Or, something along those lines.) That may not be a completely accurate summary of the popular opposition…

Army: Soldiers formed ‘kill team’ to randomly execute Afghans

Five soldiers accused of killing civilians in Afghanistan are now facing additional charges of conspiracy to commit premeditated murder — a plot that allegedly began when one soldier discussed how easy it would be to “toss a grenade” at Afghan civilians, The Seattle Times reported Wednesday. The five soldiers were…

More Stryker soldiers charged in plot to kill Afghan civilians

Charges against Army soldiers include aggravated assault with a deadly weapon Seven more soldiers from a Washington state-based Stryker brigade have been changed in connection with a conspiracy to kill Afghan civilians. The Seattle Times reports that in addition to the five soldiers from Joint Base Lewis-McChord charged with murder…

Money laundering case against DeLay moving forward

DeLay heads to Texas court in money laundering case, days after DOJ ends probe without charges. Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay is moving to the next round in his fight against criminal indictments in Texas, where he faces money laundering and conspiracy charges. DeLay and two co-defendants were indicted…

Global conspiracy theory fascinates Fidel Castro

Bilderberg Club theory propounded by far-left, far-right Fidel Castro is showcasing a theory long popular both among the far left and far right: that the shadowy Bilderberg Group has become a kind of global government, controlling not only international politics and economics, but even culture. The 84-year-old former Cuban president…

‘Peculiar’ Tea Party happenings blamed on ‘dirty’ Dem tricksters

Could paranoia end up being the self-destroyer of the Tea Party movement? Or, as the tagline for the new AMC series Rubicon puts it, perhaps it’s true that “not every conspiracy is a theory.” Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get you. A Fox News article…

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