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Anders Behring Breivik: Norway court finds him sane – 21 years in jail


August  24, 2012
 

LIVE: Coverage of Anders Behring Breivik verdict

A Norwegian court has found that mass killer Anders Behring Breivik is sane and sentenced him to 21 years in jail.

Breivik admitted killing 77 people and wounding more than 240 others when he bombed central Oslo and then opened fire at an island youth camp last year.

He insisted he was sane and refused to plead guilty, seeking to justify his attacks by saying they were necessary to stop the “Islamisation” of Norway.

Prosecutors had called for him to be considered insane.

The five judges were unanimous in ruling that Breivik was sane.

He was convicted of terrorism and premeditated murder, and given the maximum sentence of 21 years’ imprisonment.

However, that can be prolonged at a later date if he is deemed to remain a danger to society.

Delivering the verdict, Judge Wenche Elizabeth Arntzen imposed a sentence of “preventive detention,” a special prison term for criminals considered dangerous to society.

She set the minimum length of imprisonment to 10 years.

Read more : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-19365616

2012 Animal deaths list


[ Approximately 91 incidents in 27 different countries in the first 130 days of 2012]

8th May 2012 – Low numbers of Mutton birds returning to NZ is “most unusual event” in 20 years studying these birds New Zealand.

7th May 2012 – Fish kill in Kuwait Bay in Kuwait.
5th May 2012 – 50,000 Fish found dead in a pond in Shenzhen in China.
5th May 2012 – Mass Bird death discovered in waste water in Finland.
4th May 2012 – 2 TONNES of dead Fish found in a River in Jinzhou China.
4th May 2012 – Mass Fish kill found in Muttar River causing panic in India.
3rd May 2012 – Dead Fish are washing up on shore of Lake Houston in America.
2nd May 2012 – Large number of fish found dead in River in China.
2nd May 2012 – Many dead Fish washing up dead in Village causing panic in Turkey. 30th April 2012 – Hundreds of Bull RedFish found dead in Alabama.
28th April 2012 – 1200 Pelicans found dead in Peru.
27th April 2012 – Mass Fish kill on Lake Elsinore in California.
26th April 2012 – Mysterious Death of possibly thousands of Storks in Thailand.
25th April 2012 – 11,000 dead Fish found in River in Kettering, America.
25th April 2012 – 28,000 dead Fish found in River in Strongsville, America.
25th April 2012 – Porpoises dying in alarming numbers, causing concerns of a local “ecological catastrophe” in China.
25th April 2012 – 4 Dolphins wash ashore dead at Bandra Bandstand in India.
22nd April 2012 – Thousands more Fish wash ashore dead in Pakistan.
19th April 2012 – Thousands of Fish, also Cows and Dogs killed in Pakistan.
17th April 2012 – Thousands of fish (30 species) dead in a creek in Tennesse.
17th April 2012 – Thousands of fish continue to turn up dead in the Zandvlei Estuary in South Africa.
17th April 2012 – Several thousand Fish found dead in River in India.
17th April 2012 – Thousands of Dead Fish found floating in Pond in India.
13th April 2012 – Mass Bees falling dead in Canyon Country California.
13th April 2012 – Hundreds of dead Fish litter Ocean Floor in Durban South Africa.
11th April 2012 – 300 more Dolphins found dead on beaches in Peru.
11th April 2012 – 14,000 Fish dead in Creek in Missouri.
9th April 2012 – Thousands of fish found dead in Lake in India.
9th April 2012 – 3 Whales wash up dead in India.
6th April 2012 – Over 50 Turtles wash ashore dead in India.
6th April 2012 – Thousands of Dead Fish found in waterway in Malaysia.
5th April 2012 – Thousands of Dead Fish found floating in Ganga river in India.
4th April 2012 – 615 Dolphins Found Dead on Beaches in Peru.
4th April 2012 – Over 100 Dead Catfish found in Boyne River Australia.
3rd April 2012 – Thousands of Dolphins are dying in Gulf of Mexico.
1st April 2012 – 9,000 Livestock killed by Foot and Mouth Disease in Egypt.
1st April 2012 – 3,000 Dolphins have washed up dead this year in Peru.
30th March 2012 – Hundreds of Birds Killed in Hail storm in Texas.
20th March 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish wash up on riverbank in Singapore.
20th March 2012 – Thousands of dead Fish found in River in Minnesota.
17th March 2012 – 4 beached Whales die in East China.
13th March 2012 – 5,000 Fish found dead in a lake in Malaysia.
12th March 2012 – Disease Kills 170 Chickens in South Africa.
9th March 2012 – Dozens of birds drop dead in University grounds in Florida.
8th March 2012 – 34 Dolphins wash up dead along coast in Texas.
4th March 2012 – 400 Grey Seals found dead off Cape Breton in Australia.
3rd March 2012 – Many Little Penguins Dying in Perth, Australia.
2nd March 2012 – Thousands of Jellyfish wash ashore in Texas.
1st March 2012 – 800kg dead fish found in Cyprus.
NOTE: During 2011 – Record number (335) of Sea Otters either found dead or ill along California coast in America.
28th February 2012 – Over 20,000 Chickens dead in Dharke in Nepal.
27th February 2012 – Thousands of fish found dead at nature reserve in UK.
25th February 2012 – 60 Gulls found dead in New Zealand.
21st February 2012 – 3,000 Tuna Fish found dead off coast of Dubai.
21st February 2012 – 25 Rare Turtles wash up dead in Bangladesh.
18th February 2012 – Thousands of Lambs being killed by incurable virus in the UK.
16th February 2012 – Tonnes of dead Fish wash ashore in Somalia.
15th February 2012 – 100 dead birds found along highway in Maryland America.
14th February 2012 – UPDATE: 124 Dolphins have now beached and died in Cape Cod America.
9th February 2012 – Over 200 Dolphins wash up dead in Peru.
9th February 2012 – 800 dead Birds found in Christchurch New Zealand.
7th February 2012 – Dozens of dead Birds found on beach in Florida.
6th February 2012 – Tens of Thousands of Birds to be “culled” due to H5N1 virus in Nepal and India.
3rd February 2012 – Thousands of Fish wash up dead in Nigeria.
3rd February 2012 – 100 Pigeons found dead in South Dakota.
3rd February 2012 – 1,000 Fish found dead floating in two ponds in Virginia.
31st January 2012 – Massive Fish death in Philippines.
27th January 2012 – 64 Dolphins and Porpoises found dead along the Atlantic Coast.
27th January 2012 – 10,000 Fish found dead in Japan.
27th January 2012 – 12 Dolphins wash up dead in Louisiana.
27th January 2012 – 10,000 Ducks to be Killed in Australia.
24th January 2012 – 5,000 Fish found dead in Perth’s River in Australia.
UPDATE: 85 Dolphins beached, 61 dead in Cape Cod in America.
24th January 2012 – 82 Whales dead in New Zealand.
22nd January 2012 – Hundreds of dead Birds found in India.
21st January 2012 – 4 Whales found dead on beach in New Zealand.
19th January 2012 – 20,000 Birds killed by oil spill in New Zealand.
19th January 2012 – 3 TONNES of dead Fish wash ashore in Somalia.
NOTE: During the past 6 years, 6.7 MILLION Bats have died from White Nose Disease in America.
16th January 2012 – 53 Fur Seals found dead on Beach in Australia.
14th January 2012 – 30 Dolphins beach, 20 dead in Cape Cod in America.
11th January 2012 – Hundreds of dead Fish wash ashore in The Bahamas.
10th January 2012 – 2000 Chickens dead in India.
10th January 2012 – Large number of dead fish found floating across 3km of river in China.
9th January 2012 – Hundreds of Wildlife Animals found dead in Zimbabwe.
9th January 2012 – Dozens of Turtles found dead in Florida.
8th January 2012 – Thousands of Deer have died during past few months in Northern Plains in America.
7th January 2012 – Thousands of Dead Fish found floating in the Gholani River in India. 7th January 2012 – 7 Whales become stranded and die in New Zealand.
7th January 2012 – Thousands of Fish found dead in California.
5th January 2012 – 3000 Dead Fish in Ghana.
4th January 2012 – Oil soaked birds washing up dead on Western Isles of Scotland.
2nd January 2012 – 20 TONNES of Fish wash up dead on beach in Norway.
1st January 2012 – 200 Blackbirds found dead in Arkansas USA.

discuss further:

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=212767&page=2

 

Independent Reports Indicate At Least 1300 Civilians Killed, 5000 Wounded In Last Day In Libya


Monday, 22 August 2011 10:23

‘Today 1300 innocent unarmed civilians were killed and 5000 wounded in Tripoli alone in the last 11 hours. Constant bombings and 3 Apache Gunships nonstop firing of their mini-cannons.

All this very close to us. NATO has openly stated that it will kill everyone in its way to conquer Tripoli….so their full attack is in effect .

Blood is literally running in the streets ALL AT THE HANDS OF NATO AND AL QAIDA. Poor internet so short message.’

Read more: Independent Reports Indicate At Least 1300 Civilians Killed, 5000 Wounded In Last Day In Libya

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SEALS that killed Bin Laden, died in crash.


Published August 06, 2011

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AP

Aug. 6: Virginia Beach residents Tom Hall, left, and Mark Janik, center, watch as news about the Navy Seal Team Six helicopter accident is displayed on a television at a bar in Virginia Beach , Va. The headquarters for the Navy Seal Team Six is located in Virgina Beach.

President Barack Obama said Saturday that the deaths of Americans in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan are a reminder of the “extraordinary” price the U.S. military is paying in the decade-long Afghan war.

Insurgents shot down a U.S. military helicopter during fighting in eastern Afghanistan, killing 30 Americans, most of them belonging to the same elite unit as the Navy SEALs who killed former Al Qaeda leader Usama bin Laden, U.S. officials said Saturday. It was the deadliest single loss for American forces in the decade-old war against the Taliban.

Hamid Karzai

July 26: Afghan President Hamid Karzai speaks during a gathering with high ranking Afghan military officials at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan.

One current and one former U.S. official said that the dead included 25 Navy SEALs from SEAL Team Six, the unit that carried out the raid in Pakistan in May that killed bin Laden. They were being flown by a crew of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment. Both officials spoke on condition of anonymity because families are still being notified.

A total number of 38 people died in the crash, killing 7 Afghans and one interpreter.

“We don’t believe that any of the special operators who were killed were involved in the bin Laden operation,” a senior U.S. military official told Fox News.

President Barack Obama mourned the deaths of the American troops, saying in a statement that the crash serves as a reminder of the “extraordinary sacrifices” being made by the U.S. military and its families. He said he also mourned “the Afghans who died alongside our troops.”

The death toll would surpass the worst single day loss of life for the U.S.-led coalition in Afghanistan since the war began in 2001 — the June 28, 2005 downing of a military helicopter in eastern Kunar province. In that incident, 16 Navy SEALs and Army special operations troops were killed when their craft was shot down while on a mission to rescue four SEALs under attack by the Taliban. Three of the SEALs being rescued were also killed and the fourth wounded. It was the highest one-day death toll for the Navy Special Warfare personnel since World War II.

The Taliban claimed they downed the helicopter with rocket fire while it was taking part in a raid on a house where insurgents were gathered in the province of Wardak late Friday. It said wreckage of the craft was strewn at the scene. A senior U.S. administration official in Washington said the craft was apparently shot down by insurgents. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the crash is still being investigated.

NATO confirmed the overnight crash took place and that there “was enemy activity in the area.” But it said it was still investigating the cause and conducting a recovery operation at the site. It did not release details or casualty figures.

“We are in the process of accessing the facts,” said U.S. Air Force Capt. Justin Brockhoff, a NATO spokesman.

With its steep mountain ranges, providing shelter for militants armed with rocket-propelled grenade launchers, eastern Afghanistan is hazardous terrain for military aircraft. Large, slow-moving air transport carriers like the CH-47 Chinook are particularly vulnerable, often forced to ease their way through sheer valleys where insurgents can achieve more level lines of fire from mountainsides.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Saturday gave the first public word of the new crash, saying in a statement that “a NATO helicopter crashed last night in Wardak province” and that 31 American special operations troops were killed. He expressed his condolences to President Barack Obama.

The helicopter was a twin-rotor Chinook, said an official at NATO headquarters in Brussels. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said he was receiving his information from an Afghan officer in Kabul.

The volatile region of Wardak borders the province of Kabul where the Afghan capital is located and is known for its strong Taliban presence.

Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said in a statement that Taliban fighters downed the helicopter during a “heavy raid” in Sayd Abad. He said NATO attacked a house in Sayd Abad where insurgent fighters were gathering Friday night. During the battle, the fighters shot down the helicopter, killing 31 Americans and seven Afghans, he said, adding that eight insurgents were killed in the fight.

There have been at least 17 coalition and Afghan aircraft crashes in Afghanistan this year.

Most of the crashes were attributed to pilot errors, weather conditions or mechanical failures. However, the coalition has confirmed that at least one CH-47F Chinook helicopter was hit by a rocket propelled grenade on July 25. Two coalition crew members were injured in that attack.

Meanwhile, in the southern Helmand province, an Afghan government official said Saturday that NATO troops attacked a house and inadvertently killed eight members of a family, including women and children.

NATO said that Taliban fighters fired rocket propelled grenades and small arms fire at coalition troops during a patrol Friday in the Nad Ali district.

“Coalition forces responded with small arms fire and as the incident continued, an air strike was employed against the insurgent position,” said Brockhoff. He added that NATO sent a delegation to meet with local leaders and investigate the incident.

Nad Ali district police chief Shadi Khan said civilians died in the bombardment but that it was unknown how many insurgents were killed.

Helmand, a Taliban stronghold, is the deadliest province in Afghanistan for international troops.

NATO has come under harsh criticism in the past for accidentally killing civilians during operations against suspected insurgents. However, civilian death tallies by the United Nations show the insurgency is responsible for most war casualties involving noncombatants.

In south Afghanistan, NATO said two coalition service member were killed, one on Friday and another on Saturday. The international alliance did not release further details.

With the casualties from the helicopter crash, the deaths bring to 365 the number of coalition troops killed this year in Afghanistan and 42 this month.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011/08/06/afghan-president-31-americans-killed-in-helicopter-crash/#ixzz1UcLdvwF5

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US Drone Attack in Somalia


Somalia: US took bodies of militants after strike

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — U.S. military forces landed in Somalia to retrieve the bodies of dead or wounded militants after a U.S. drone strike targeted a group of insurgents, Somalia’s defense minister told The Associated Press on Friday.

The operation is at least the second time U.S. troops have landed in Somalia after a targeted strike, though no forces have been stationed there since shortly after the “Black Hawk Down” battle that left 18 Americans dead in 1993.

http://news.yahoo.com/somalia-us-took-bodies-militants-strike-142138601.html

 

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Former FBI Chief Ted Gunderson Says Chemtrail Death Dumps Must Be Stopped


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