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Top Narco-Terrorist Sentenced to 60 Years in Federal Prison for Hostage Taking

Juvenal Ovidio Ricardo Palmera Pineda, a/k/a Simon Trinidad, a senior member of the US State Department-designated foreign terrorist group Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia, or FARC, was sentenced to a prison term of 60 years by a federal judge in Washington, DC on Monday for his role in a conspiracy to engage in the hostage-taking of three American citizens in the Republic of Colombia, according to a report obtained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police.

By Jim Kouri - Tuesday, January 29, 2008 - Full Story

While The Cat’s Away, The Terrorists Will Play

Now that the present administration’s 150 billion dollar economic stimulus package has caused a substantial portion of the population worry about the economy taking a nosedive and an ensuing recession, there is less incentive to discuss the more immediate threat of securing our borders from those who mean to cause our country substantial harm.

By Nancy Salvato - Monday, January 28, 2008 - Full Story

US opens personnel files on al-Qaeda recruits

The photograph shows a young man sporting a red-and-white chequered head-dress, a wispy beard and a zealot’s eyes. Majed Hamoud Mubarak al-Harithy, a 23-year-old student from the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca, was smuggled into Iraq from Syria sometime before August 2007. He was carrying a passport, 252 Saudi riyals (£35) and US$101, and was eager to become a “martyr”.

By Guest Column Martin Fletcher- Wednesday, January 23, 2008 - Full Story

Businessman Busted for Harboring Illegal Alien Cop-Killer

A Texas businessman, who employed an illegal alien charged with capital murder in connection with the 2006 shooting death of Houston Police Department Officer Rodney Johnson, was arrested Wednesday and charged with harboring an illegal alien here. This case was investigated by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Houston Police Department.

By Jim Kouri - Monday, January 21, 2008 - Full Story

Islamic Charity and Former Congressman Indicted for Terrorist Financing

KANSAS CITY, MO—A federal grand jury in the Western District of Missouri has returned a superseding indictment that charges the Islamic American Relief Agency (IARA) and several of its former officers with eight new counts of engaging in prohibited financial transactions for the benefit of US-designated terrorist Gulbuddin Hekmatyar.

By Jim Kouri - Friday, January 18, 2008 - Full Story

World Bank closes offices after bomb threat

The World Bank said on Thursday its security staff was investigating a bomb threat made by telephone and told employees of its Washington headquarters to stay home on Friday.

By Guest Column - Friday, January 18, 2008 - Full Story

CAIR backs off support for terror suspects

Originally charged ‘racial profiling’ in case of 2 students arrested in S.C.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations has backed off on its defense of two Muslim college students caught driving near a sensitive U.S. Navy base with explosives and a how-to video on bomb making.

By Guest Column - Thursday, January 17, 2008 - Full Story

Justice Department Releases MS-13 Threat Assessment

They’ve severed the fingers of their rivals with machetes…brutally murdered suspected informants, including a 17-year-old pregnant federal witness…attacked and threatened law enforcement officers…committed a string of rapes, assaults, break-ins, auto thefts, extortions, and frauds across the US…gotten involved in everything from drug and firearms trafficking to prostitution and money laundering…and are sowing violence and discord not just here in the US but around the world. 


By Jim Kouri - Wednesday, January 16, 2008 - Full Story

Toronto: Canadian al Qaeda Headquarters

Syed Haris AHMEDTrial testimony by FBI agent confirms information provided by this agency and Canada Free Press in 2006: U.S. terror suspects met with large Canadian cell and had international ties. Douglas J. Hagmann, Director, Northeast Intelligence Network

On 20 July 2006, the Northeast Intelligence Network & Canada Free Press were the first to report that two terror suspects from the U.S., Syed Haris AHMED and Ehsanul SADEQUEE “met with at least three other subjects of ongoing FBI terrorism investigations during a trip to Toronto, Ontario Canada” in March, 2005 “to engage in activities in support of violent jihad.”

By Doug Hagmann - Tuesday, January 15, 2008 - Full Story

Protecting yourself against Identity Theft

A recent article posted in the National Post raised concerns regarding a current debate by a committee at Industry Canada, which currently regulates the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Document Act (PIPEDA) and has not brought forth mandatory conditions for such organizations as banks, businesses and retailers to advise clients that their credit or identity has been breached or compromised.

By Guest Column Debbra Macdonald- Saturday, January 12, 2008 - Full Story

SAF applauds D.C. Court Dismissal of Lawsuit Against Gun Industry

The Second Amendment Foundation today applauded the unanimous ruling by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals that dismissed a lawsuit against 25 gun manufacturers filed by the district and families of nine gun crime victims in the city.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Friday, January 11, 2008 - Full Story

CA Appeals Court Rules Unanimously in Favor of SAF Lawsuit

In a unanimous decision today, the California Court of Appeals ruled that the City of San Francisco’s handgun ban is illegal under state law, upholding a lawsuit filed by the Second Amendment Foundation and several other groups.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Wednesday, January 9, 2008 - Full Story