War Archives October 2012
What is the intelligence community working on?
WikiLeaks published early this morning hundreds of documents from the Department of Defense that describe the procedures established by the US government to be used with suspects detained by the American government who were sent to the prison Guantanamo Bay.
The White House learned almost immediately after the attack began and covered it up.
The cyber war against Iran began under President Bush with a series of attacks commanded by the governments of the United States and Israel.
The U.S. and Israeli armies will play war games during the largest joint maneuvers for a period of three weeks with thousands of military troops from both countries training on details for an attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities.
The Republican candidate for the U.S. presidency, Mitt Romney said Tuesday that if he wins the election next November, the United States will continue to arm the opposition in Syria to fight against the regime of Bashar al-Assad.
American presence is extended until 2021.
The Turkish Parliament authorized on Thursday to send troops to Syria. The motion was debated yesterday after the death of five people in a Turkish village by falling shells from Syrian territory.
The Turkish Parliament will debate on Thursday in special session a bill that would allow intervention in Syria. The debate will take place a day after the Turkish government ordered the bombing of Syrian territory in response to a shell launched from across the border that killed five people in a small ottoman town.
According to former National Security Agency employee, Kirk Wiebe, the agency had the capability to grab everyone’s data even before 9/11. He said that the terrorist events of 2001 were a trigger for the NSA to act with complete disregard for the US Constitution and mainly the Forth Amendment.