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Occupy Wall Street: News Organizations Complain About Police Treatment NEW YORK - About a dozen news organizations here have lodged complaints about the New York Police Department’s treatment of journalists covering the Occupy Wall Street movement, the New York Times reported. Last week, in a surprise overnight move, police cleared out Zuccotti Park in downtown Manhattan where Occupy Wall Street protesters had been camped out for about two months. Journalists trying to cover the event were kept at a distance and some even arrested, according to reports. PHOTOS: The Scene at Occupy Wall Street A letter sent Monday to the NYPD expressed concern and was signed by local stations WABC, WCBS and WNBC, Associated Press, The New York Post, Dow Jones & Co. and others, the Times said. PHOTOS: 'Occupy Wall Street' Entertainers On Scene of Protests “Over the past few months we have tried to work with [the department commissioner of public information] to improve police-press relations,” the letter added. Email:

Tesla Howitzer used Against Mosque in Iraq - Tesla Howitzer Unveiled Chomsky Nazis Odonian In his book Blowback, Chris Simpson described Operation Paper Clip, which involved the importation of large numbers of known Nazi war criminals, rocket scientists, camp guards, etc. There was also an operation involving the Vatican, the US State Department and British intelligence, which took some of the worst Nazi criminals and used them, at first in Europe. For example, Klaus Barbie, the butcher of Lyon [France], was taken over by US intelligence and put back to work. Later, when this became an issue, some of his US supervisors didn't understand what the fuss was all about. After all, we'd moved in-we'd replaced the Germans. We needed a guy who would attack the left-wing resistance, and here was a specialist. When the Americans could no longer protect Barbie, they moved him over to the Vatican-run "ratline," where Croatian Nazi priests and others managed to spirit him off to Latin America. But Barbie was basically small potatoes. It would be a part of the first chapter.

BUK-M1 List of German rocket scientists in the United States The following lists contain names of engineers, scientists and technicians specializing in rocketry who originally came from Germany but spent most of their careers working for the NASA space program in Huntsville, Alabama. Particularly after World War II, many technicians left Germany to pursue further rocket projects in the U.S. The majority had been involved with the V-2 in Peenemünde, and 127 of them eventually entered the U.S. through Operation Paperclip. They were also known as the Von Braun Group.[1] Before and after Operation Paperclip, other German experts arrived in the US by individual immigration without government links and would only later join various space projects, primarily at NASA.[2][3] Operation Paperclip scientists[edit] Wernher von Braun and his team in the fall of 1959. {Hans Hosenthien}director of flight dynamics branch, astrionics lab, marshall space flight center, huntsville,ala. after Operation Paperclip[edit] See also[edit] References[edit]

BGM-109 Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM) Pepper spray Pepper spray, also known as OC spray (from "oleoresin capsicum"), OC gas, and capsicum spray, is a lachrymatory agent (a chemical compound that irritates the eyes to cause tears, pain, and temporary blindness) used in policing, riot control, crowd control, and personal self-defense, including defense against dogs and bears.[1][2] Its inflammatory effects cause the eyes to close, taking away vision. This temporary blindness allows officers to more easily restrain subjects and permits people using pepper spray for self-defense an opportunity to escape. Components[edit] The active ingredient in pepper spray is capsaicin, which is a chemical derived from the fruit of plants in the Capsicum genus, including chilis. An emulsifier such as propylene glycol is used to suspend the OC in water, and pressurized to make it aerosol in pepper spray. Determining the strength of different manufactures of pepper sprays can be confusing. Counterparts[edit] Effects[edit] Pepper spray demonstration Usage[edit]

Modern Missiles #1 Watch This: UC Davis Chancellor Katehi's Walk Of Shame In case you missed it, several protesters were pepper-sprayed at point blank range on the UC Davis campus . Photos, videos, and personal accounts from the incident all make it pretty clear that the protesters were not attempting any kind of violent action against the police. In response, students, faculty members, and concerned citizens from all across America have been calling for UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi's resignation. Then, last night, the students held a very poignant silent protest as Katehi walked out to her car: According to the person recording the video, Lee Fang , Katehi had scheduled a 4pm press conference that was set to last an hour. As you can see, the protesters' silence is absolutely deafening. As I said at the end of my last story, "I suggest that anyone who would like to protest this kind of brutality send an email to Chancellor Katehi or call the Office of the Chancellor at (530) 752-2065. Want to connect with other Occupy Ologists?

Modern Missiles #2 Is this what a police state looks like? Numerous videos and images of police violently cracking down against peaceful OccupyWallStreet (OWS) protestors have gone viral in recent weeks. The latest? A YouTube clip of a cop in riot gear emptying a canister of pepper spray into the faces of seated college protestors at UC Davis in California. The incident is sparking outrage across the 'Net, with the Davis Faculty Association (DFA) calling for the immediate resignation of Chancellor Katehi. "The Chancellor's authorization of the use of police force to suppress the protests by students and community members speaking out on behalf of our university and public higher education generally represents a gross failure of leadership," the DFA wrote in an official statement. Unsurprisingly, Katehi said she will not be resigning, although she did term the video "sad and really very inappropriate." Times may have changed, but clearly, the intolerant attitude towards protestors and dissidents hasn't evolved since the 1960s.