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Cartels Help Terrorists in Mexico Get to U.S. to Explore Targets; ISIS Militant Shaykh Mahmood Omar Khabir Among Them

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Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton’s Clean House Debuts at #11 on New York Times Hardcover Non-Fiction List

On the Stands Just Two Weeks, Clean House is Also #18 on the Times “Combined Book and E-Book Bestsellers,” #4 on the Publishers Weekly Hardcover Non-Fiction List, and #1 on Amazon’s Politics and Government List  (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that President Tom Fitton’s new book, Clean House:…

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Oliver Stone’s ‘Snowden’ Biopic Accused of Violating Anti-Terrorism Act

From Breitbart: Oliver Stone and the team behind the upcoming Edward Snowden biopic may have violated federal law by making a film about his life, according to a report from government watchdog Judicial Watch.

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Judicial Watch: Somali Muslims Get Behind-Scenes Tour of Minneapolis Airport

From Newsmax: A group of Somali Muslims was given a private behind-the-scenes tour of Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport after complaining to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson they felt harassed and profiled, Judicial Watch reports.

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Congressional Report on Omar Al-Bayoumi Terrorist Ties Confirms 2014 Judicial Watch FBI Docs Release

(Washington, DC) – The once-classified chapter from a congressional report on the 9/11 attacks released today by the government confirm revelations released by Judicial Watch in February 2014 concerning the terrorist ties of Saudi Arabian citizen Omar Al-Bayoumi. Judicial Watch obtained the information in response to a Freedom of Information Act…

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Judicial Watch: State of Florida Documents Reveal Orlando Terrorist Was Expert Marksman with Handgun

Judicial Watch announced today it obtained public records from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) on June 20, 2016 showing that Orlando mass murderer Omar Mateen was an expert marksman with a handgun.

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Cartels Help Terrorists in Mexico Get to U.S. to Explore Targets; ISIS Militant Shaykh Mahmood Omar Khabir Among Them

Mexican drug traffickers help Islamic terrorists stationed in Mexico cross into the United States to explore targets for future attacks, according to information forwarded to Judicial Watch by a high-ranking Homeland Security official in a border state. Among the jihadists that travel back and forth through the porous southern border…

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Few airports require employee screening before work

The head of the Transportation Security Administration appeared to acknowledge in a recent Capitol Hill hearing that only three U.S. airports require employees to go through screening checks before coming to work, even after reports surfaced that dozens of airport workers have potential terror ties.

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

U.S. Removed Cuba from Terrorist List After Hezbollah Opened Base on Island

A few years before the Obama administration removed Cuba from the U.S. list of nations that sponsor terrorism Hezbollah established an operational base on the communist island, according to intelligence received by Hillary Clinton when she was Secretary of State. The information comes straight from electronic mail released by the…

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Former Miramar al-Qaida leader hid near U.S.-Mexico border, new documents show

Adnan G. el Shukrijumah, an al-Qaida terrorist leader once based in South Florida, hid in northern Mexico with two other Arab militants in a border city across from Douglas, Arizona, in 2004, newly released State Department cables say.

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Here’s The Suppressed NYPD Terror Report

The ACLU and its allies have succeeded in getting a federal court to order the New York Police Department to remove from its website the prescient and far-reaching 2007 report, “Radicalization in the West: The Homegrown Threat.” But you can read it here, courtesy of Judicial Watch. Apparently First Amendment…

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Judicial Watch: State Department Documents Reveal Intense Debate over Security Risk Poised by Clinton BlackBerry Use in Foggy Bottom Executive Offices

More than 50 emails, many marked “Sensitive,” focused on security problems surrounding “Use of Blackberries in Mahogany Row” March 2009 internal memo from Assistant Secretary for Diplomatic Security warned of “vulnerabilities and risks” by Clinton and staff’s use of Blackberries in executive suites (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today…

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State Department sued over Syrian refugee program

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on concerns about the potential risks from the Syrian refugee program.

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← Shrink player State Department sued over Syrian refugee program

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on concerns about the potential risks from the Syrian refugee program.

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Obama’s New ‘Anti-Islamic State’ Czar Advocated Funding Hamas Government

The Obama administration announced Malley’s appointment two weeks ago. Judicial Watch charged that the announcement was buried “deep in a press briefing delivered at a Paris hotel during the recent climate summit” on November 30.

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Clinton: Republican field shares Donald Trump’s views

Democrat Hillary Clinton tried to tie Donald Trump’s plan to bar Muslims from entering the country to the entire Republican presidential field last night, embracing a controversy that overshadowed the release of another batch of 
emails from her time as Secretary of State yesterday.

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Turkey: 8 suspected Isis terrorists trying to enter Germany as refugees arrested

Turkey has arrested 8 suspected Islamic State (Isis) militants at Islanbul’s Ataturk Airport after investigations revealed that the suspects were planning to enter Germany posing as refugees.

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Watchdog chided CIA for Hollywood outreach

CIA officials did not take appropriate steps to properly protect secret information while pushing the agency’s image out to Hollywood, its internal watchdog warned in 2012.

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CIA’s interaction with Hollywood criticized in report

The CIA’s internal watchdog has criticized the spy agency for introducing Hollywood representatives to undercover officers and allegedly being careless in talking to them about agency secrets.

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CIA reportedly granted ‘secret level’ access to ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ filmmakers

The CIA may have mishandled “briefings, interviews, visits and other support” given to the entertainment industry, says a previously classified report, now declassified and provided to Judicial Watch under a Freedom of Information Act request.

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New Obama czar will hunt ‘right-wing’ extremists

Just two weeks after it announced a plan to globalize local police departments through the “Strong Cities Network,” the Obama administration has added a new tool in its fight against “violent extremism.”


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