Exclusive: Video Shows Drunk, Stoned US Defense Contractors
Cellphone video recorded earlier this year at an operations center of a U.S. security contractor in Kabul, Afghanistan appears to show key personnel staggeringly drunk or high on narcotics, in what former employees say was a pattern of outrageous behavior that put American lives at risk and went undetected by U.S. military officials who are supposed to oversee such contractors.
The video, provided to ABC News by two former employees, is scheduled to be broadcast in a report this evening on "ABC World News with Diane Sawyer" and "Nightline."
Plot to attack Federal Reserve in NYC: Suspect thought he had 1,000-pound bomb,...
The complaint said Nafis wrote a statement claiming responsibility for what he thought would be the Fed attack, saying he wanted to "destroy America" by going after its economy. He referred to "our beloved Sheikh Osama bin Laden" in the statement, which was stored on a thumb drive.
And if you believe that one, I have some of Saddam's nuclear weapons to sell you!
Besides, would you really be sad if the Federal Reserve was destroyed after almost 100 years of Ponzi-scheme banking looting the Average-American worker? I mean, just think about it; the Federal Reserve, a private central bank issuing all the public currency as a loan at interest is the exact same sort of banking this nation fought a revolution to be free of!
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Obama Indicting Leakers Seen as Warning to U.S. Whistle-Blowers
Eric Holder, attorney general under President Barack Obama, has prosecuted more government officials for alleged leaks under the World War I-era Espionage Act than all his predecessors combined, including law-and-order Republicans John Mitchell, Edwin Meese and John Ashcroft.
The indictments of six individuals under that spy law have drawn criticism from those who say the president’s crackdown chills dissent, curtails a free press and betrays Obama’s initial promise to “usher in a new era of open government.”