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Amanda Knox is vowing to fight her murder conviction of Meredith Kercher until the very end.
31 Jan 2014
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House and Bones renewed for next season; Dog the Bounty Hunter can be extradited back to Mexico to face "deprivation of liberty" charges
16 Feb 2007
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The British Foreign Secretary, Mr. David Miliband, has been explaining the reasons behind the UK expulsion of four Russian diplomats, following Moscow's refusal to extradite a former KGB agent, suspected of committing murder in London.
20 Jul 2007
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Know about amit kumar's extradition to india, BHEL supreme court's decision on raj Thackarey, Davis cup, india news, news india, headlines india
13 Feb 2008
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Know about policies of UPA government, failure of MP government, Nandi gram violence, Davis cup & extradition and arrest of kindney transplant racket king pin amit kumar.
9 Feb 2009
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*******www.instablogs****/ India seeks ban on Pakistani group Pakistan has been a terrorist hub for more than two decades. The problem only gets aggravated as the time passes by. All this time India has arranged proofs of Pakistani involvement in several terrorist attacks on its soil. Right from the 1993 Mumbai blasts to the most recent 26/11 Mumbai strikes. Post such attacks Pakistan has always acted hurriedly to arrest the suspects under intense international pressure. At the same time it fell badly short of arranging the extradition of criminals such as Dawood Ibrahim, Masood Azhar to India so that such criminal elements always remained at large. India must build up pressure on Pakistan with the help of international community to handover the arrested commander of Lashkar-I-Toiba for further trial this time. Remembering Virgin of Guadalupe More than a million Mexicans and international visitors are headed to the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City this week as part of the annual pilgrimage to celebrate the day of the Virgin of Guadalupe on Friday. The annual trek is not taken lightly, as devotion to this Marian image continues to expand in both good and bad economic times. According to the story, the Virgin Mary appears four times to a humble Indian, Juan Diego, and leaves an imprint of her image on his cloak. She has always been a sign of hope, especially to those who are being persecuted, And more so this year, when the economy is down, they feel the assurance that Guadalupe will protect them and guide them through these difficult times. Pakistan to reduce transport fares Reducing the local and long route transport fares are welcomed by the general public but benefits will only come if the authorities monitor the transport services providers for whether or not they actually follow the government policies. Traffic police serving in Peshawar and different cities is very famous for ignoring the excesses of transport service providers and many of them are even known for receiving small bribes on a daily basis. The public must also play its role in reporting all problems or lodging complaints in time to make their journey a fair and comfortable experience. Year 2008 extended by an extra second Along with the economy, the Earth itself is slowing down, requiring timekeepers to add an extra second to their atomic clocks to keep in sync with Earth's slightly slowing rotation. So an extra second will be tacked on to Dec. 31 after 6:59:59 p.m. and before 7 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. That extra second will make 2008 -- already long, with an extra day on Feb. 29 -- the longest year since 1992. The decision to add an extra second was made by an international consortium of timekeepers. World commerce and digital technology depend on accurate to-the-second timekeeping responsible for one-third of the world’s digital technology. *******www.instablogs****/
31 Aug 2011
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An 89-year-old man charged with Nazi war crimes in Germany is taken from his U.S. home by federal immigration officials. Hello I’m Charlotte Bellis and you’re watching Newsy****. *******www.newsy**** Germany asked the U.S to extradite John Demjanjuk but at the last minute an American judge intervened. Demjanjuk, who suffers from cancer, would be charged with killing 29,000 Jews if extradited. CNN spoke with Demjanjuk’s son who says his father does not have the mental capacity to face trial. “Anchor: So you’re saying it’s too late? Son: The fact remains that he’s not capable of defending himself today, but if we had to deal with the facts, we certainly could, but we can’t do so without him.” (CNN) Spiegel Online International reported Demjanjuk’s attorneys are afraid what a trial would do to his health. “His attorneys had argued that he could face "torture" in Germany -- the reason, they claimed, is that the country planned to put him on trial despite his state of health.” (Spiegel Online) ABC News brings the perspective of a Jewish group… “The Simon Wiesenthal Center which has long advocated that John Demjanjuk be deported is unimpressed, it released this statement “his work at the Sobibor death camp was to push men women and children into the gas chamber the had no mercy, no pity, and no remorse for the families whose lives he was destroying forever.” (ABC News) France 24 says that Demjanjuk’s trial is representative of a greater issue. “He wasn’t a high ranking German Sergeant, or decision-maker, but was one of hundreds of thousands non-Germans often from Central and Eastern Europe who willingly helped the Nazis kill the Jews. Now many of the high profile German Nazis have already been brought to trial, but until now it’s been impossible to convict any of these non-Germans without whom the Holocaust could never have happened.” (France 24) Should Demjanjuk be deported so that he can face trial? What role should age and health play in criminal justice?
22 Apr 2009
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Thrash Metal From The Bay Area! Formerly Lethal Creed, FORCED PSYCHOSIS Is: Steve Kelly-Guitar/Vocals, Rodney Creel-Guitar/Bass/Vocals, Gary Neff-Drums. An anti-terrorism song I wrote. . . in 1988! From The 1990 Demo Tape, FORCED PSYCHOSIS - THE TIME OF THE END, This Is: PROSECUTION Music: Rodney Creel Lyrics and Vocals: Steve Kelly Hostages Frozen In Silent Terror Waiting Bodies Plunging Scattered On The Pavement Snipers Aiming Bullets Waiting Placement Your Mission Has Failed You'd Better Start To Face It You've Taken The Lives Of Many Innocent Victims "You Must Meet Our Demands!" You Raved Like Politicians On Your Hands And Your Knees You Begged For Extradition Now That It's Up To Me We'll See Your Execution Death's Not Enough For You - So Suffer Your Punishment Is Overdue - Torment Further Your Search For Death Will Be In Vain - Dread Life I Want To See Your Splattered Brains! On A Stake We'll Thrust - Your Body Impale And Beat You To The Dust - Torn Bloody There'll Be A Plague Upon The Land - Spread Wide 'Til Every One Of You Is Hanged Your Actions Have Led Me To Only One Conclusion We Must Rid The World Of Your Kind Of Pollution An Example Must Be Made The Jury Has Insisted Your Chances For Survival Are Almost Non-Existent First There'll Be No Pain Your Vision Blurs And Fades Then A Raging Fire Will Build Inside Your Veins Strapped-Down To A Table Your Body Starts To Writhe If You're Lucky Enough Maybe We'll Let You Die!! Solo: Steve Kelly RATE IT!! To hear more Forced Psychosis, or Lethal Creed, go to www.myspace****/skok58 or www.myjonesmusic**** Well. . . There it is. . .
24 Jun 2009
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*******garymckinnon.weebly**** UK Computer Hacker Gary McKinnon hacked into US security computers shortly after 9/11 looking for proof of UFOs. The US now want Gary McKinnon extradited from the UK to be tried and sentenced in America which could result in a 70 year prison sentence.
6 Nov 2009
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Gary McKinnon is an Autistic british guy who enjoys surfing the interent looking for stuff about aliens. He hacked into United States military defence computers. Usa is going to extradite him for his crime, but i think he should be the next prime minister of Great Britain. Leave The Guy Alone Usa. He wasnt a threat.
27 Nov 2009
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World-renowned illicit arms dealer and former Soviet military officer Viktor Bout faces trial in the U.S. after being extradited from Thailand.
19 Nov 2010
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Transcript by Newsy BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource headline news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now, and here are the headlines you need to know. First up, world news. Egypt’s demonstrations continue, even after talks between the government and opposition groups are underway. The media report — talks are simply not enough. Bahrain’s Gulf Daily News says the demonstrators are still determined to see President Hosni Mubarak step down — stat. Still, Cairo is slowly returning to business as usual, as authorities increase pressure on those still camped out in Tahrir Square. Al Jazeera has the video. “Protesters say they’ll block any attempt to kick them out.” Also in world news -- Julian Assange is set to fly around the world -- but he’ll be facing trial at every destination. Today the Wikileaks founder started his two day court extradition hearing in Britain. CNN says Assange faces extradition to Sweden for charges of sexual misconduct, and then maybe even the United States to stand trial for espionage. Assange’s lawyer tells CNN he could end up n Guantanamo Bay or executed depending on the final destination. In business news — AOL is acquiring progressive online news site The Huffington Post for $315 million. One blogger at the Guardian seems critical of the deal, saying, quote, AOL’s grubby hands have long been grabbing the stars of the web, hoping a little stardust might rub off. The purchase is the latest in AOL’s news operation shopping spree — the company bought TechCrunch and its family of websites last year. CEO Tim Armstrong is on a mission to reinvent AOL as the “most influential company in content space.” In sports -- the Vince Lombardi trophy is headed back to Green Bay. Last night at Cowboy Stadium, the Packers toppled Big Ben and the Steelers to win their fourth Super Bowl title, 31 to 25. The New York Post reports Green Bay Quarterback Aaron Rodgers took home the MVP trophy as well, something former QB Brett Farve had yet to accomplish during his time with the Packers. Christina Aguilera opened the games with her sweeping rendition of the National Anthem. The Telegraph and other news sources report -- she might have gotten carried away, repeating the same verse twice in front of an audience of more than 100 million viewers. Despite the flub, Aguilera hopes fans can see the “true spirit of the anthem came through.” Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the today. For Newsy Now I’m Erik Shute -- highlighting the top headlines from around the world making you smarter, faster, and first to know. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
8 Feb 2011
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Douglas McNabb, expert in INTERPOL Red Notice Removal and International Extradition, discusses the effect of an INTERPOL Red Notice on Jessica Tata.
3 Mar 2011
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Robert Hayden reads his poem Middle Passage Middle Passage by Robert Hayden (1913-1980) I Jesús, Estrella, Esperanza, Mercy: Sails flashing to the wind like weapons, sharks following the moans the fever and the dying; horror the corposant and compass rose. Middle Passage: voyage through death to life upon these shores. "10 April 1800— Blacks rebellious. Crew uneasy. Our linguist says their moaning is a prayer for death, our and their own. Some try to starve themselves. Lost three this morning leaped with crazy laughter to the waiting sharks, sang as they went under." Desire, Adventure, Tartar, Ann: Standing to America, bringing home black gold black ivory, black seed. Deep in the festering hold thy father lies, of his bones New England pews are made, those are altar lights that were his eyes. Jesus Saviour Pilot Me Over Life's Tempestuous Sea We pray that Thou wilt grant, O Lord, safe passage to our vessels bringing heathen souls unto Thy chastening. Jesus Saviour "8 bells. I cannot sleep, for I am sick with fear, but writing eases fear a little since still my eyes can see these words take shape upon the page & so I write, as one would turn to exorcism. 4 days scudding, but now the sea is calm again. Misfortune follows in our wake like sharks (our grinning tutelary gods). Which one of us has killed an albatross? A plague among our blacks--Ophthalmia: blindness—& we have jettisoned the blind to no avail. It spreads, the terrifying sickness spreads. Its claws have scratched sight from the Capt.'s eyes & there is blindness in the fo'c'sle & we must sail 3 weeks before we come to port." What port awaits us, Davy Jones' or home? I've heard of slavers drifting, drifting, playthings of wind and storm and chance, their crews gone blind, the jungle hatred crawling up on deck. Thou Who Walked On Galilee "Deponent further sayeth The Bella J left the Guinea Coast with cargo of five hundred blacks and odd for the barracoons of Florida: "That there was hardly room 'tween-decks for half the sweltering cattle stowed spoon-fashion there; that some went mad of thirst and tore their flesh and sucked the blood: "That Crew and Captain lusted with the comeliest of the savage girls kept naked in the cabins; that there was one they called The Guinea Rose and they cast lots and fought to lie with her: "That when the Bo's'n piped all hands, the flames spreading from starboard already were beyond control, the negroes howling and their chains entangled with the flames: "That the burning blacks could not be reached, that the Crew abandoned ship, leaving their shrieking negresses behind, that the Captain perished drunken with the wenches: "Further Deponent sayeth not." Pilot Oh Pilot Me II Aye, lad, and I have seen those factories, Gambia, Rio Pongo, Calabar; have watched the artful mongos baiting traps of war wherein the victor and the vanquished Were caught as prizes for our barracoons. Have seen the nigger kings whose vanity and greed turned wild black hides of Fellatah, Mandingo, Ibo, Kru to gold for us. And there was one—King Anthracite we named him-- fetish face beneath French parasols of brass and orange velvet, impudent mouth whose cups were carven skulls of enemies: He'd honor us with drum and feast and conjo and palm-oil-glistening wenches deft in love, and for tin crowns that shone with paste, red calico and German-silver trinkets Would have the drums talk war and send his warriors to burn the sleeping villages and kill the sick and old and lead the young in coffles to our factories. Twenty years a trader, twenty years, for there was wealth aplenty to be harvested from those black fields, and I'd be trading still but for the fevers melting down my bones. III Shuttles in the rocking loom of history, the dark ships move, the dark ships move, their bright ironical names like jests of kindness on a murderer's mouth; plough through thrashing glister toward fata morgana's lucent melting shore, weave toward New World littorals that are mirage and myth and actual shore. Voyage through death, voyage whose chartings are unlove. A charnel stench, effluvium of living death spreads outward from the hold, where the living and the dead, the horribly dying, lie interlocked, lie foul with blood and excrement. Deep in the festering hold thy father lies, the corpse of mercy rots with him, rats eat love's rotten gelid eyes. But, oh, the living look at you with human eyes whose suffering accuses you, whose hatred reaches through the swill of dark to strike you like a leper's claw. You cannot stare that hatred down or chain the fear that stalks the watches and breathes on you its fetid scorching breath; cannot kill the deep immortal human wish, the timeless will. "But for the storm that flung up barriers of wind and wave, The Amistad, señores, would have reached the port of Príncipe in two, three days at most; but for the storm we should have been prepared for what befell. Swift as a puma's leap it came. There was that interval of moonless calm filled only with the water's and the rigging's usual sounds, then sudden movement, blows and snarling cries and they had fallen on us with machete and marlinspike. It was as though the very air, the night itself were striking us. Exhausted by the rigors of the storm, we were no match for them. Our men went down before the murderous Africans. Our loyal Celestino ran from below with gun and lantern and I saw, before the cane- knife's wounding flash, Cinquez, that surly brute who calls himself a prince, directing, urging on the ghastly work. He hacked the poor mulatto down, and then he turned on me. The decks were slippery when daylight finally came. It sickens me to think of what I saw, of how these apes threw overboard the butchered bodies of our men, true Christians all, like so much jetsam. Enough, enough. The rest is quickly told: Cinquez was forced to spare the two of us you see to steer the ship to Africa, and we like phantoms doomed to rove the sea voyaged east by day and west by night, deceiving them, hoping for rescue, prisoners on our own vessel, till at length we drifted to the shores of this your land, America, where we were freed from our unspeakable misery. Now we demand, good sirs, the extradition of Cinquez and his accomplices to La Havana. And it distresses us to know there are so many here who seem inclined to justify the mutiny of these blacks. We find it paradoxical indeed that you whose wealth, whose tree of liberty are rooted in the labor of your slaves should suffer the august John Quincey Adams to speak with so much passion of the right of chattel slaves to kill their lawful masters and with his Roman rhetoric weave a hero's garland for Cinquez. I tell you that we are determined to return to Cuba with our slaves and there see justice done. Cinquez-- or let us say 'the Prince'--Cinquez shall die." The deep immortal human wish, the timeless will: Cinquez its deathless primaveral image, life that transfigures many lives. Voyage through death to life upon these shores.
19 Sep 2011
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19 Nov 2011
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2 Scenes where the CIA first assesses what's going on, then the ending where the CIA concludes what actually happened! Priceless piece of art! LOL ************ PART 1 *************** Palmer, what's up? Not quite certain, sir, but it's messy. Kolyma Two tells us they have computer files from an ex-analyst of mine, Osborne Cox. Kolyma Two? Our man in the Russian Embassy. Hmm. They were brought in to them by a woman... The Russians? Yeah. It was brought in by a woman named Linda Litzke, an associate of a guy named Harry Pfarrer. Picture's in the file, with Pfarrer's. - The Russians? - Yeah. And who's Pfarrer? Treasury guy who has been screwing Mrs. Cox. That must be how they got the files. Or maybe Ozzie knows about them. They all seem to be sleeping with each other. All right. Spare me. Yes, sir, but this Treasury guy... it's become complicated. He just shot somebody in Ozzie's house. Shot your analyst? No, Ozzie wasn't there. Our man surveilling hears a gunshot, sees the guy wrestle something into his car. Follows him. He dumps a body in the Chesapeake Bay. Well, what'd he do that for? Don't know, sir. For Christ sake, did anyone fish the body out? Mmm-hmm. And Russian? American? Don't know. Scrubbed of ID. And this Linda... Linda Litzke. Yeah, she's Treasury? No. We're fuzzy on her. So we don't really know what anyone is after. Not really, sir. And this analyst, ex-analyst... Cox. Yeah. What's his clearance level? Three. Okay, no biggie. Just, for now, just keep an eye on everyone, see what they do. Yes, sir. And we'll interface with the FBI on this dead body. No! No. God, no. We don't want those idiots bumbling around in this. Burn the body. Get rid of it. And keep an eye on everyone, see what they do. Report back to me when... I don't know, when it makes sense. ************ PART 2 ************************ Wait. Wait a minute. Where is the Treasury guy? Pfarrer? - Right now? - Right now. He is in a detention room at Washington Dulles. Why? He was trying to board a flight to Venezuela. We had his name on a hot list. CBP pulled him in. Don't know why he was trying to go to Venezuela. You don't know. No, sir. We have no extradition with Venezuela. Oh! So what should we do with him? For fuck's sake, put him on the next flight to Venezuela. Yes, sir. Okay. - Okay. So the gym manager is dead. - Yes, sir. The body is... That's gone, sir. Okay. But there was a snag. What? Well... this analyst, Cox, was attacking the gym guy. It was in broad daylight, on the street. Our man did not know what to do. Felt he had to step in. Yes? He... He shot the analyst. He shot Cox. Good. Great. Is he dead? No, sir. He's in a coma. They don't think he's gonna make it. They don't think... They're pretty sure that he has no brain function. Okay. Okay. If he wakes up, we'll worry about it then. Jesus, what a clusterfuck. So, that's it then? No one else really knows anything. Okay. Um... Well, sir, there is... What? There is the woman, the gym woman, Linda Litzke. Oh! Fuck, yeah. God! Where is she? We picked her up. We have her. We have her? To do what with? She says she'll play ball if we pay for some, I know this sounds odd, some surgeries that she wants, cosmetic surgery. She says she'll sit on everything. How much? There were several procedures. - Altogether they... - Pay it. Yes, sir. Okay. Yeah. Jesus fucking Christ! Yeah. What do we learn, Palmer? I don't know, sir. I don't fucking know, either. - I guess we learn not to do it again. - Yes, sir. I'm fucked if I know what we did. Yes, sir, it's hard to say. Jesus fucking Christ.
18 Jan 2012
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