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Alabama couple planned to kill cops in bid to start race war - Friday November 25th, 2016 at 3:58 PM

Alabama couple planned to kill cops in bid to start race war

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An Alabama couple planted a fake bomb at an elementary school and planned to kill police officers responding to the scene in a bid to start a race war, officials said.
Zachary Edwards, 35, and Raphel Dilligard, 34, were charged with possession of a hoax destructive device, rendering false alarm and making terrorist threats, al.com reported.
The pair — who live together and are dating — confessed to calling 911 after they dropped off a faux bomb at Magnolia Elementary School in Trussville last week, but Edwards said he backed out of the second half of the plot: to shoot the cops who came to investigate.
“He wanted everybody in one place so he could kill cops. He made it clear to our guys he wanted to commit acts of violence,” Dave Hyche, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ assistant special agent for Alabama told the newspaper.
In his confession, Edwards claimed to be a member of the Black Panthers and the Black Mafia and talked about starting a race war, investigators said. He talked at length about his desire to kill law enforcement officials, Hyche said
"I guess he doesn't like cops,'' he told the newspaper.
Last week, police officers swarmed the elementary school after a woman — later determined to be Edwards disguising his voice — called 911 and reported seeing a man putting a package covered in wires and attached to a timer on a car parked on campus.
Investigators later determined the alleged bomb to be fake. While it did contain gunpowder, there was no way it could detonate, officials said, insisting that the kids inside the school were never in any danger.
Police named Edwards as a suspect when they determined that the phony 911 call came from his cell phone. Additionally, investigators determined that Dilligard purchased the timer on the fake bomb — a stopwatch from Walmart — after they reviewed security footage from the store.
The two were taken into custody Tuesday night.
During questioning, both suspects confessed to making the bogus bomb and dumping it at the school. Edwards detailed his plans to kill cops, although it’s unclear why he backed out of them.
"My guys believe this individual to be a very dangerous person,” Hyche said of Edwards. “This arrest probably did stop something bad from happening.”
Edwards has a long criminal record, including a three-year stint in prison for a 2000 second-degree assault conviction.
The investigation into the bomb hoax and threats against police is ongoing, and officials said the pair could also face federal charges.
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Alabama Police: Couple Planned to Kill Officers

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TRUSSVILLE, Alabama -- A convicted felon who claims he wanted to shoot cops is behind bars in connection with the explosives device planted outside of a Trussville elementary school. Authorities today announced state charges against 35-year-old ...

Couple charged with planting fake bomb, planned to ambush police, start race war

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A couple who police say claimed ties to the New Black Panther Party have been charged with planting a fake bomb at an elementary school earlier this month. Zachary Edwards, 35, and Raphel Dilligard, 34, of Birmingham confessed that they planned to ...

Alabama Couple Planted Fake Bomb, Hoped to Shoot Police

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An Alabama couple planted a fake bomb at a suburban elementary school hoping to shoot officers arriving at the scene or even rob a bank, police said Wednesday. Zachary Edwards, 35, and Raphel Dilligard, 34, of Birmingham face charges that include ...

Cops Say Couple with New Black Panther Party Ties Wanted to Ambush Cops

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A couple that police say claimed ties to the New Black Panther Party was arrested and charged with planting a fake bomb at an elementary school in Birmingham, Alabama. It's what they planned to do next that's really chilling. Zachary Edwards, 35, and ...

Two Arrested After Trying To Start 'Race War' With 'Bomb' At Elementary School

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Mozart - Die Zauberflöte - The Magic Flute - The Queen of the Night - Diana Damrau - YouTube | Despicable Me (9/11) Movie CLIP - I Sit on the Toilet (2010) HD - YouTube | Russian propaganda effort helped spread ‘fake news’ during election, experts say - The Washington Post | “It’s usually way more expensive,” said Yu, who had four bags stuffed with the garments as gifts for family. “It’s for multiple people, that’s why there are so many.” - Black Friday violence breaks out across America - Friday November 25th, 2016 at 12:39 PM

Black Friday violence breaks out across America

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An Atlantic City man was fatally shot and his brother was wounded in the parking lot of a New Jersey mall – one of at least two fatal Black Friday-related shootings nationwide, officials said.
In Reno, Nev., a Walmart customer was gunned down during a fight over a parking spot just after doors were opened Thursday night.
And in Tennessee, a person also was shot Thursday at a Memphis mall while shoppers were taking part in early Black Friday sales.
The Jersey shooting took place about 1 a.m. outside a Macy’s department store at the Hamilton Mall in the Mays Landing section of Hamilton, Atlantic County Prosecutor Diane Ruberton said.
The dead man, who was shot multiple times, was pronounced dead at the scene. His 26-year-old brother, from Clayton, was shot in the leg and listed in stable condition at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center.
Officials didn’t immediately say what sparked the shooting, which occurred as people were lined up outside the mall, or if they had any suspects.
More than 15 evidence markers were laid down in the parking lot and a bullet-riddled SUV was towed away around 7 a.m. Friday.
The Macy’s, which was open from 7 p.m. to midnight Thursday, reopened at 6 a.m. for Black Friday bargain-hunters.
“It’s sad,” one shopper said at the scene. “We’ve been doing this, me and my girls, for probably about 10 years now, just for the fun of going out — a girls’ night and trying to get some special sales and it’s getting scary now.”
Another shopper told CBS the shooting was a “tragedy.”
“It’s very scary, you know, you’re starting off the holiday season and you’re excited about the upcoming times with family and now there’s going to be family who are missing people and their holidays will never be the same,” the shopper said.
In Reno, the fatal shooting began as a road rage incident Thanksgiving evening at a Walmart on East Second Street, KOLO-TV reported.
Police are asking for the public’s help to locate a dark-colored Toyota or Corolla driven by a light-skinned black male, police spokesman Lt. Scott Shaw told the station.
In Memphis, three people were in custody after a person was shot about 11:15 p.m. Thursday outside the Wolfchase Galleria Mall while early shoppers showed up, WREG-TV in Memphis reported.
Witnesses told the station that the shooter drove off in a red Ford Mustang after the incident near a food court. The victim showed up later with a gunshot wound at Baptist memorial Hospital.
There have been seven deaths and 98 injuries across the country during Black Friday shopping between 2006 and 2014, according to blackfridaydeathcount.com.
Black Friday violence also struck in England, where a police officer in Leeds was attacked Friday morning when the assailant took offense when the cop asked him what he was doing, the Express of the UK reported.
Meanwhile, things were more orderly in the Big Apple, where rabid sales-seekers were in action.
In Brooklyn, Rosie Smith, 53, arrived around 7:30 a.m. to head into Target.
“Two TVs!” she exclaimed proudly, holding up her shopping bags containing Polaroid flat screens that costs her $85 apiece.
“Actually they’re for my basement,” the self-professed reality TV fan said. “I like ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta.’”
Tracy Yu, 25, spent about $400 on UNIQLO Heattech tops.
“It’s usually way more expensive,” said Yu, who had four bags stuffed with the garments as gifts for family. “It’s for multiple people, that’s why there are so many.”
Abigail Gepner contributed reporting.
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Russian propaganda effort helped spread ‘fake news’ during election, experts say - The Washington Post

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Vladimir Putin moves missiles closer to Europe, while Donald Trump and Gen. Mattis disagree on NATO - TheBlaze.com

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Viktor Bout, convicted Russian arms smuggler, asks Trump to intervene after losing appeal bid 

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A Russian arms smuggler currently serving a 25-year prison sentence in the United States dared President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday to help send him home upon taking office.
Viktor Bout, 49, was convicted in 2011 of conspiracy to kill U.S. citizens and officials, delivery of anti-aircraft missiles and providing aid ...

Despicable Me (9/11) Movie CLIP - I Sit on the Toilet (2010) HD - YouTube

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The girls interfere with Gru's (Steve Carell) business meeting with fellow evil-doer, Mr. Perkins (Will Arnett).

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A mysterious criminal mastermind has stolen one of the pyramids in Egypt, sparking a fit of jealous envy in evil genius Gru (Steve Carell), who hasn't managed to make headlines since he and his minions swiped the Times Square JumboTron years back. Ever since Gru was a little boy, he dreamed of going to the moon. Now, if Gru can just build a rocket and get his hands on a powerful shrink-ray, he can cement his reputation as the greatest thief who ever lived by stealing the Earth's satellite right out of the sky. But immediately after Gru heists the shrink-ray, the cunning super-nerd Vector (Jason Segel) swoops in and snatches it right out of his hands. Now, in order to claim the moon, Gru must first reacquire the weapon from Vector. Armed with the knowledge that his nemesis has a mean sweet tooth, Gru adopts cookie-selling orphans Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), Agnes (Elsie Fisher), and Edith (Dana Gaier) and commissions a new line of cookie robots from the evil Dr. Nefario (Russell Brand), his personal weapons specialist. But as Gru and his diminutive yellow minions prepare to carry out the biggest heist in history, something strange happens. Gru discovers that the three little girls who have come into his life are much more than simple pawns. They actually seem to care about Gru, and it turns out the scheming evildoer makes a pretty good father. When Gru realizes that his upcoming moon mission clashes with a ballet performance by the girls, he must decide what's more important -- being a present parent or cementing his nefarious reputation once and for all.
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American Fascism: Lessons From Russia - Huffington Post

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When Putin first took to the public stage in 1999, he was a complete unknown. Moreover, he seemed unknowable. Putin was an odd candidate for a cult, because he initially displayed precious few signs of actual personality. When George W. Bush claimed in ...

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Police: 6 dead in Chattanooga school bus crash - WLS-TV

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Police: 6 dead in Chattanooga school bus crash
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Fletcher said police were interviewing the bus driver to determine what happened and told reporters later that investigators were looking at speed as a possible contributing factor. The bus was the only vehicle involved, he said. Twenty-three students ...

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At least six children killed in Chattanooga bus crash in Tennessee 

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At least six children killed in Chattanooga bus crash in Tennessee 

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Mozart - Die Zauberflöte - The Magic Flute - The Queen of the Night - Diana Damrau - YouTube

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Mozart - Die Zauberflöte - Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen - The vengeance of Hell boils in my heart (The Magic Flute)

Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) is an opera in two acts composed in 1791 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to a German libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. The work is in the form of a Singspiel, a popular form that included both singing and spoken dialogue.
Since its premiere, The Magic Flute has always been one of the most beloved works in the operatic repertoire, and is presently the eighth most frequently performed opera in North America.

Diana Damrau is a German lyric coloratura soprano of the operatic stage. The Queen of the Night from Mozart's The Magic Flute has been Damrau's most frequently performed role to date, as she has been engaged to perform it in over 15 productions at houses including Covent Garden, the Salzburg Festival, the Vienna State Opera, Oper Frankfurt and the Bavarian State Opera, Munich.

Lyrics & English Translation

Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen,
(Hells Revenge boils in my heart,)
Tot und Verzweiflung flammet um mich her!
(Death and despair flame about me!)
Fühlt nicht durch dich Sarastro
(If Sarastro does not through you feel)
Todesschmerzen,
(The pain of death,)
So bist du meine Tochter nimmermehr.
(Then you will be my daughter nevermore.)
Verstossen sei auf ewig,
(Isolated will you be forever,)
Verlassen sei auf ewig,
(Abandoned you will be forever,)
Zertrümmert sei'n auf ewig
(Destroyed forever!)
Alle Bande der Natur
(All the bonds of nature,)
Wenn nicht durch dich
(If not through you)
Sarastro wird erblassen!
(Sarastro becomes pale as death!)
Hört, Rachegötter,
(Hear, Gods of Revenge,)
Hoert der Mutter Schwur!
(Hear a Mother's oath!)
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Diana Damrau - Queen of the Night (The Magic Flute) - YouTube

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Published on Jan 17, 2013
Full Song Title: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Aria (Queen of night)

Here is another one of my favorite Mozart pieces,it's from the Opera Die Zauberflöte K. 620 (The Magic Flute). Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is one of my absolute favorite composers and I can't get enough of him :-) .

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791), was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. Born in Salzburg, Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty.

At 17, Mozart was engaged as a musician at the Salzburg court, but grew restless and traveled in search of a better position. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, and operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his death. The circumstances of his early death have been much mythologized. He was survived by his wife Constanze and two sons.

He composed over 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers, and his influence on subsequent Western art music is profound. Ludwig van Beethoven composed his own early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote that "posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years".

Diana Damrau, is one of the most sensational opera singers to emerge in the past decade. She has a sparkling voice that exudes personality, and her technique is so secure that she can concentrate her talents into bringing out a character's dramatic nuances. In Mozart's operas, she has already sung Kostanze in the "Entführung aus dem Serail," Susanna in "Le Nozze di Figaro," Servillia in "La Clemenza di Tito" and Fauno in "Ascanio in Alba." She has also assayed the lead roles in Donizetti's "Don Pasquale and L 'Elisir d 'Amore," Rossini's "Il Barbiere di Siviglia," Salieri's "Europa Riconosciuta" and Strauss' "Die Ägyptische Helena," "Ariadne auf Naxos," "Arabella" and "Der Rosenkavalier." While she is an outstanding and endearing presence in all these operas, the role where she remains nonpareil is as the Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte k. 620).

No other soprano, not even those legendary singers that include Lucia Popp, Roberta Peters, Luciana Serra or Sumi Jo, have mastered the role's technical and dramatic demands the way Damrau has in the past decade or so that she has been singing this extremely complex character. In the ten minutes that she is onstage, she breathes so much life into the Queen that she can save a performance from mediocrity.

Mrs. Damrau retired this singing part in 2006. Most opera stars sing the role and then put it away forever because it's so hard on the voice. Well, those are High Fs. A lot of them :-).

The Magic Flute (German: Die Zauberflöte), K. 620, is an opera in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to a German libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. The work is in the form of a Singspiel, a popular form that included both singing and spoken dialogue. The work premiered on 30 September 1791 at Schikaneder's theatre, the Freihaus-Theater auf der Wieden in Vienna.

I hope you enjoy this as much as I have. All my videos are available in HD (720p)!

You can buy the song on iTunes. And the DVD on Amazon: <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Mozart-Die-Zauberflöte-Simon-Keenlyside/dp/B0000C5RQF/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1358422974&sr=8-4&keywords=the+magic+flute" rel="nofollow">www.amazon.com/Mozart-Die-Zauberflöte-Simon-Keenlyside/dp/B0000C5RQF/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1358422974&sr=8-4&keywords=the+magic+flute</a>

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Revenge - Wikipedia

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"Retaliation" and "Retaliate" redirect here. For other uses, see Retaliation (disambiguation) and Revenge (disambiguation).
Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing Crime by Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, c. 1805–8
Revenge is a form of primitive justice usually assumed to be enacted in the absence of the norms of formal law and jurisprudence. Often, revenge is defined as being a harmful action against a person or group in response to a grievance, be it real or perceived. It is used to right a wrong by going outside of the law. This is because the individual taking revenge feels as though the law will not do justice. Revenge is also known as paybackretributionretaliation, or vengeance; it may be characterized as a form of justice (not to be confused with retributive justice), an altruistic action which enforces societal or moral justice aside from the legal system. Francis Bacon described it as a kind of "wild justice" that "does... offend the law [and] putteth the law out of office".[1] Primitive justice or retributive justice is often differentiated from more formal and refined forms of justice such as distributive justice and divine judgment.
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Obama and Putin handshake reveals decline of US-Russia relations

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WITH global conflict looming, one photo reveals just how far relations between Russia and the West have deteriorated.
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COLD: The picture vividly illustrates the state of relations between Russia and the West
In the picture, US president Barack Obama and his Russian counterpart share what may be their last handshake.
Yet their hands are scarcely touching, there is no eye contact and the body language is visibly frosty.
The photo showed the two leaders at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Lima, Peru.
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NOT FRIENDS: The men talked for some four minutes and Obama urged Putin to honour an agreement
A White House official said the two men spoke for about four minutes about the crises in Ukraine and Syria.
Russia has sparked international outrage by bombing civilian areas in Syria in support of dictator Bashar al-Assad.
In shocking footage yesterday, rescue workers tried to save children from the rubble of another Russian bombing in Aleppo.
Moscow also continues to occupy Crimea, officially part of Ukraine, in a move that sparked international sanctions.
Today Obama urged Putin to honour the Minsk agreements, which target Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine.
"The president urged President Putin to uphold Russia's commitments under the Minsk agreements," an aide said.
The US leader also urged that they "continue pursuing initiatives to diminish the violence and alleviate the suffering of the Syrian people."
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Today Obama urged Putin to honour the Minsk agreements, which target Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine. "The president urged President Putin to uphold Russia's commitments under the Minsk agreements," an aide said. The US leader also urged that ...

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The U.S. and Global Security Review: Put it on the radio: "Attribution: Israel: Mossad ... https://t.co/9hLQBK8oSH

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Melania Trump 'won't move into White House' as first lady

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Profile: General James 'Mad Dog' Mattis who may be Donald Trump's next secretary of defence

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Melania Trump 'won't move into White House' as first lady

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Legalising cannabis could net £1bn a year, say MPs including Nick Clegg

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Orlando shooter's wife could face charges | IOL - Independent Online

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Texas Police Officer Fatally Shot During Traffic Stop

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A San Antonio police officer was shot and killed on Sunday while sitting in a squad car during a routine traffic stop outside the Texas city’s police headquarters, authorities said.

The shooting unfolded when a second vehicle pulled up behind the patrol car, its driver exited and fired two shots at the officer, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said.

The suspect sped away from the scene in a black car, driving through the parking lot that serves the San Antonio Public Safety Headquarters on the west edge of downtown.




“A person pulled up behind the patrol car in a black vehicle, got out, walked up to the passenger window, fired one round, shooting the officer in the head,” McManus told reporters near the scene of the shooting. “He then reached in and fired a second round, shooting him a second time.”

McManus said he did not know if the motorist who was pulled over for the traffic violation was connected in any way with the man who shot the officer.

The chief said police were looking for an African-American male wearing a hoodie and black pants, whose image was captured by security cameras.

McManus, who did not identify the slain officer, said officials were “searching for a motive.”

“This type of crime cannot and will not be tolerated,” Mayor Ivy Taylor said. “I ask for the community’s thoughtfulness and patience as the investigation continues and SAPD searches for the suspect.”

President-elect Donald Trump, when asked about the events in San Antonio, said: “Terrible.”

Much of the west end of downtown San Antonio was sealed off to traffic as police investigated the shooting.

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Politics|Jeff Sessions, as Attorney General, Could Overhaul Department He's Skewered - New York Times

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'Comey Effect': Where Does the FBI Director Stand as Election Dust Settles? - NBCNews.com

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'Comey Effect': Where Does the FBI Director Stand as Election Dust Settles?
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FBI informants, mental illness are common in Islamic State cases like John Booker Jr.'s - Topeka Capital Journal

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FBI informants, mental illness are common in Islamic State cases like John Booker Jr.'s
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Under pressure to stop terrorist attacks before they occur — or before they're even plotted — the FBI has increasingly turned to undercover informants. Two-thirds of prosecutions involving support for the Islamic State have used undercover work ...

Obama and E.U. Leaders Agree to Keep Sanctions on Russia

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The leaders said that sanctions should stay until Moscow upheld its pledge for a cease-fire and to withdraw of heavy weapons from eastern Ukraine.

Rodrigo Duterte slams western 'hypocrisy' as he meets Putin

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Philippine president says he would happily join a ‘new order’ in the world under Russia and China if they created one
The Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte, lashed out at western “bullying” and “hypocrisy” during his first meeting with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, and said that when it came to alliances the United States could not be trusted.
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The new special relationship: what does Putin want from Trump? 

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The unlikely love-in between the president-elect and a former KGB agent who built a career on hating America has spooked many US allies. And it raises serious questions – from the fate of Edward Snowden to whether GCHQ’s secrets are safe
It was, remarkably, their first phone call. Last week, on Monday, Donald Trump spoke to Vladimir Putin. According to the Kremlin, the conversation was warm. Putin congratulated the US president-elect on his sweeping victory. We don’t exactly know how they addressed each other, but you imagine it might have been “Vladimir” and “Donald”.
Both leaders agreed that US-Russian relations were “absolutely unsatisfactory”, as Moscow put it. Their two countries would now begin a new dialogue based on “equality, mutual respect and non-interference in the other’s internal affairs”. They would stay in touch and meet soon, the Kremlin said. Hours later, Russian jets resumed their pounding of Syria.
Ideally, Putin would like a new version of the 1945 Yalta treaty
Lurid theories have circulated about what compromising information Russia’s spy agencies may have on Trump
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Trump Embarrasses Himself and Our Country

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Early signs of what the Trump administration may look like: A man associated with white supremacy and misogyny will be White House chief strategist; a man rejected for a judgeship because of alleged racism will be attorney general; and an Islamophobe who has taken money from Moscow will be national security adviser.
No, this is not satire.
I’ve repeatedly noted that my side lost this election, that elections have consequences, and that President-Elect Donald Trump should be given a chance. He seems intent on blowing that chance.
The announcement that Trump has recruited Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn as national security adviser is particularly alarming. Flynn is smart and knows the world very well, but he was fired from his last government job for incompetence. Worse, he today is regarded by many Republican and Democratic foreign policy specialists as a kook.
It’s all complicated. Flynn had a brilliant military career and did an outstanding job in Iraq and Afghanistan. Five years ago, he was widely admired as the best intelligence officer of his generation.
Then President Obama nominated Flynn to become director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, and he began to unravel. He turned out to be a catastrophic manager. Colin Powell, former secretary of state, explained in hacked emails why Flynn was fired: “abusive with staff, didn’t listen, worked against policy, bad management.” Powell added that ever since, Flynn has been “right-wing nutty.”
Flynn was proved right on one important point: His argument that the Obama administration was too passive about Islamic militants after the killing of Osama bin Laden. But Flynn’s former fans have been bewildered at his raging denunciation of Islam, including calling it a “cancer.” In February, Flynn also tweeted and asked others to forward a viciously bigoted video that argued that there could be no such thing as Islamophobia.
“Fearing Islam, which wants 80 percent of humanity enslaved or exterminated, is totally rational and hence cannot possibly be called a phobia,” the video declares.
Indeed, for an intelligence officer, Flynn seems to have trouble distinguishing truth from falsehood. Earlier this month, he tweeted an obviously fake story claiming that the police had found emails linking Hillary Clinton to sex crimes with children. When he was in government, subordinates had a special name for his delusions: “Flynn facts.”
Another problem is Flynn’s ties to foreign governments. He took money from Russia to attend an event in Moscow, sitting near President Vladimir Putin. He also appears to have taken money from Turkish interests and, without publicly disclosing the money, wrote an op-ed shilling for Turkey.
For his chief of staff, Flynn chose his son, who is a looney on social media, calling President Obama a communist and fascist, tweeting racially insensitive comments and sharing absurd conspiracy theories.
The national security adviser not only guides the president on foreign policy but also coordinates across all the agencies. That requires a good listener with diplomatic and management skills — and Flynn is missing that gene.
The pick of Flynn comes on top of other problematic appointments. Trump offered the job of attorney general to Senator Jeff Sessions, who was rejected for a federal judgeship in 1986 by a Republican-dominated Senate because of a history of racially charged statements. For example, he had said that he had thought members of the Ku Klux Klan “were O.K. until I found out they smoked pot” (he explained that he had been joking). His nomination was only the second in 48 years to be rejected for a judgeship by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
As attorney general, Sessions will be in charge of enforcing civil rights laws.
Then there’s Steve Bannon, the designated White House chief strategist, who at Breitbart was at the center of white supremacist, Islamophobic misogyny. One Breitbart headline: “Birth Control Makes Women Unattractive and Crazy.”
In fairness, Trump has also appointed normal conservatives: Reince Priebus as chief of staff and Mike Pompeo to lead the C.I.A. I don’t agree much with either, but both are intelligent and qualified.
Other signals are also troubling, such as a Trump surrogate speaking of instituting a registry of Muslims — and citing the internment of Japanese-Americans in World War II as a precedent. Really?
George Takei, the actor whose family was interned, wrote eloquently in The Washington Post about the risks “when, in an atmosphere of fear or mistrust, one group is singled out and vilified, as Japanese Americans were during World War II and as Muslim Americans are today. How terrible it is to contemplate, once again, that the government itself might once more be the very instrument of terror and division. That cannot happen again.”
Plenty of smart, experienced Republicans are available for Trump administration slots. But so far, too many are being stiffed.
Eliot Cohen is a thoughtful, experienced conservative who worked in the Bush administration and, despite his own distaste for Trump, had urged others to work for him. But after his interactions with a Trump transition team that he described as arrogant, he tweeted, “changed my recommendation: stay away.”
Look, Trump has been elected, he will be our president and he has the right to choose conservatives. But instead of turning to the many principled Republicans available, he seems drawn to hotheads and bigots, embarrassing himself and our nation.
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San Antonio cop fatally shot in head near police headquarters

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A San Antonio cop has died after a gunman shot him in the head while making a traffic stop outside police headquarters Sunday, authorities said.
"It's everyone's worst nightmare. You never want to see anything like this happen," San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said at a press conference.  
The shooting happened at 11:45 a.m. near police headquarters on S. Santa Rosa Avenue and W. Nueva Street, police said. 
The officer, identified as Detective Benjamin Marconi, 50, pulled over a vehicle near the Southside of the police headquarters building in his marked vehicle, the chief said. 
He died at the San Antonio Military Medical Center shortly after the shooting, according to police. 
As Marconi, a 20-year veteran of the force, wrote a ticket from inside his car, a black vehicle pulled up behind him, the chief said.
The driver then got out and walked up to the Marconi's opened car window, blasting one gunshot to his head and following another, which also struck him in the head, according to McManus.
After the suspect shot Marconi, he walked back to his car and drove into the south parking lot of police headquarters where he fled the scene from the west side of the building, he said. 
McManus reassured that the photo of a black Sedan with chrome rims, which was shared by the police department on social media, is the suspected vehicle in the investigation. 
The suspect, who was last seen wearing a gray shirt and black pants and was clean shaven, may have been driving the identified car during the shooting, police said.
Officers are "putting the pieces together in this capital murder case," to find a motive for the killing, he said.
Police consider the suspect, whose name has not been released, "extremely dangerous," and "a clear threat to law enforcement and the public," the chief said.  
"It's always difficult, especially in this day and age where police are being targeted on the streets," McManus said, adding that cops are searching tirelessly for the "dangerous" individual before he attacks more officers.
San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor called it a "somber day" and said she was "floored" when McManus sent her an urgent message about Marconi's death as she was exiting Sunday church services. 
"This type of senseless violence is unacceptable," the mayor said.
Meanwhile, President-elect Donald Trump took the time from meeting with his cabinet candidates to address the San Antonio shooting as "terrible." 
The officer's death comes after an armed ex-con, Manuel Rosales, 35, killed NYPD Sgt. Paul Tuozzolo, 41, by fatally blasting him in the head and chest during a shootout in the Bronx on Nov. 5.
After he shot Tuozzolo, police fired back at Rosales where he was pronounced dead at the scene. 
Five months prior, a gunman killed five Dallas officers “ambush style” who were working a protest in response to the shootings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota. 
In what appears to be Marconi's Twitter account, he showed solidarity for the five slain Dallas officers by posting a photo of a "Pray for Dallas" shirt under a headline that read "San Antonio stands with Dallas."
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued condolences to the officer's family and declared that attacks against law enforcement should be looked at as hate crimes. 
"We ask that all Texans join us in praying for the officer's loved ones as they deal with the aftermath of this unimaginable tragedy," Abbott said in a statement. "Attacks against law enforcement officers will not be tolerated in Texas and must be met with swift justice...making targeted attacks against law enforcement a hate crime."
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro, who was former mayor of San Antonio, also expressed his condolences via Twitter.
"My deepest condolences and prayers for the loved ones of the SAPD officer who was senselessly shot and killed today while serving our city," Castro wrote. 
"Most families will be celebrating the holidays," McManus said, "SAPD will be burying one of its own because of an ultimate act of cowardice." 
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
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San Antonio officer shot to death during traffic stop

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Detective Benjamin Marconi, a 20-year veteran of the department, was shot in his patrol car outside police headquarters, Chief William McManus said Sunday in a news conference. Marconi was 50 years old.
"[When] Most families will be celebrating the holidays SAPD will be burying one of its own because of an ultimate act of cowardice by a suspect who will be caught and brought to justice," McManus said.
Police are looking for the vehicle the suspect is believed to have fled in, a black sedan with chrome rims and dark covered windows. McManus described the suspect as a slim black man in his 20s or 30s in a gray shirt and gray pants.
"We consider the suspect to be extremely dangerous and a clear threat to law enforcement officers and the public," he said.
San Antonio police are looking for the person who drove the car away from a police shooting.
San Antonio police are looking for the person who drove the car away from a police shooting.
The shooting occurred in front of police headquarters before noon, McManus said. Marconi had just pulled over a driver on the south side of the building and returned to his patrol car to write a ticket when the suspect pulled up behind him.
The suspect walked up to the patrol car driver window and shot the officer in the head, McManus said. The suspect then reached through the open window and shot him a second time, McManus said.
After the shooting the suspect returned to his vehicle and drove away.
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Both of those incidents followed police-involved shootings of civilians that triggered protests nationwide. Police are investigating motive in this case, including a possible connection to a Sunday morning officer-involved shooting in Dallas, McManus said.
"Unfortunately, like Dallas like Baton Rouge, it's happened here," he said.
"It's always difficult especially in this day and age where police are being targeted across the county," he added. "Hopefully we'll solve this one real quick, and if this individual is a danger to more police or anyone else we will try to get him off the street as soon as we can."
San Antonio Mayor Ivy R. Taylor condemned the shooting and called for patience while the investigation continues.
"I want to extend my deepest condolences to the family of the officer killed outside police headquarters today as well as to our entire police force. This type of crime cannot and will not be tolerated. I ask for the community's thoughtfulness and patience as the investigation continues and SAPD searches for the suspect," Taylor said.
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San Antonio officer killed in ambush during traffic stop next to police HQ | Texas

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"This is everyone's worst nightmare," McManus said. "You never want to see anything like this happen. Unfortunately, like Dallas, like Baton Rouge, it's happened here now."
McManus said officers in San Antonio have been targeted in the past, but this is the first instance in many years. He said police are targeted everywhere on a regular basis.
"It's always difficult, especially in this day and age where police are being targeted across the country," McManus said. "Hopefully we'll solve this one real quick."

SAPD officer shot, killed near police headquarters

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SAN ANTONIO –- An officer was shot outside the San Antonio Police headquarters building in downtown San Antonio late Sunday morning.
Authorities responded to the scene at 11:40 a.m. on West Nueva Street and Santa Rosa Street, SAPD Chief William McManus said.
McManus said the officer had pulled over a vehicle outside of the Public Safety Headquarters. While the officer was inside his vehicle writing a ticket, a black vehicle pulled up behind him.
The driver of that vehicle got out, walked up to the officer’s driver-side window and shot the officer in the head, McManus said.
Then the suspect reached into the window and shot the officer a second time, he said.
The suspect then got back in his car and pulled away. Police believe the suspect’s vehicle was a black Toyota or Nissan sedan.
Suspect's car in the officer-involved shooting (Photo: SAPD)  
Police said the officer was pronounced dead at San Antonio Military Medical Center around 12:30 p.m. Sunday.
He was a 20-year veteran of the force. His name has not yet been released.
McManus said the suspect is a black male around five-foot-seven to six feet in height, wearing a gray sweatshirt and black baggy pants. The suspect also has a beard.
Police said they do not know what the motive for the shooting was.
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McManus said this will be a capital murder case.
Mayor Ivy Taylor released a statement regarding the officer killed on duty:
"I want to extend my deepest condolences to the family of the officer killed outside police headquarters today as well as to our entire police force. This type of crime cannot and will not be tolerated. I ask for the community's thoughtfulness and patience as the investigation continues and SAPD searches for the suspect."
If you have any information on the suspect, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 224-STOP. 
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As the outcome of the US presidential election was confirmed, Moscow’s lower house of parliament cheered. The parliamentary nationalist leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky was pictured drinking champagne with colleagues. Alexander Dugin, a far-right ideologue, said Russia could now drop its anti-Americanism.

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Donald Trump’s victory has prompted near-jubilation in Russia. Even before the president-elect spoke to Vladimir Putin last week and pledged to rebuild ties, the Kremlin spokesman suggested the two men’s foreign policy views were “phenomenally close”. Ordinary Russians, who spent much of last month being warned by state media that Washington was about to trigger a third world war over Syria, have welcomed the result too.
Many senior Russians view the Republican president-elect as a businessman more interested in dealmaking than values, with whom it might be able to reach the kind of bargain it has long craved: to carve out a Russian “sphere of influence” in Europe and curb Nato expansion.
Yet while there are strong indications Mr Trump will seek a deal with his Russian counterpart, there is no guarantee it will succeed. Indeed, the incoming US president might prove trickier for Moscow to handle than it expects.
While Russia intervened at an unprecedented degree in the US election through hacks and leaks, it is wrong to suggest Mr Trump is a “Russian project”.
Moscow’s main aims seem to have been to hinder the presidential chances of Hillary Clinton, whom it fears and dislikes, and ensure her expected victory was as narrow and rancorous as possible. It also wanted to tarnish and discredit US democracy; a task in which the Republican candidate’s eccentricities and often extreme statements initially came as a boon to Russian television and newspapers.
State media only began backing Mr Trump more overtly when it appeared he actually had a chance of winning. The president-elect’s volatility and capriciousness will have been noted in Moscow. Mr Putin has made springing surprises part of his own political modus operandi. But he prefers his friends and enemies alike to be consistent, known quantities — everything Mr Trump is not.
“The new American president-elect’s unpredictable personality could make for a stormy relationship,” said Alexander Baunov of the Carnegie Moscow Center.
Some of Mr Trump’s campaign comments hinting he could recognise Russia’s claim to Crimea, pledging to end liberal interventionism, and backing Russia’s approach to the war in Syria are welcome to Moscow. Others portend potential frictions.
Mr Trump has threatened to scrap last year’s nuclear deal with Iran — an agreement Russia helped negotiate, with a country it views as an ally. The president-elect has also taken a combative stance towards China, with which Russia has worked hard to build ties in recent years. Moscow recently restarted advanced arms technology sales to Beijing after a decade-long informal ban.
A further complicating factor is the possibility that Congress, and Mr Trump’s cabinet, could play a restraining role. Both Houses are now packed with “traditional” Republicans who take a hawkish line towards Russia and are unlikely to welcome any deal that smacks of caving in to the Kremlin’s demands.
The names the president-elect is considering for top security jobs also make smooth relations with Russia far from a certainty. They run the gamut from General Michael Flynn, a Russia dove whom Mr Trump has chosen as his national security adviser, to figures such as Mitt Romney and Rudolph Giuliani who are much more hawkish.
A final issue is personality. Both men revel in their image as macho leaders. But political strongmen do not necessarily get on well with each other. History has plenty of examples of those who have fallen out — with dangerous consequences for the world.
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