January 25, 2005
Through my extensive network of researchers, I receive an amazing amount of reliable news on major cover-ups. In the past, I have chosen only one article at a time from the very best of these to pass on to you every other day or so. In order to give you more access to the best of the news I receive, this is the first of occasional cover-up news summaries I plan to send out. In these summaries, instead of only one complete article, I will send you brief summaries of several of the most important news stories.
For each story in these summaries, I will list the headline, date, source, link, and a one paragraph summary. This way, you can get a quick glimpse of all that is going on behind the scenes. And if you want more information on one or more of these stories, you can use the links provided to read the entire text on the website of the original source.
If any of the links no longer function, or if the website now charges to read the article, there is an easy way to find a free copy. Copy and paste six to ten words from the one paragraph summary into your favorite search engine. Put quotation marks at the beginning and end of these words, and then press search. If that doesn't bring results, try the same with the headline. You will very likely find that the article has already been copied on several other websites. Thanks for all the warm support and kind words I receive from so many of you on these emails. I welcome any thoughts and/or suggestions on this new format. Have a great day!
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Fred Burks for WantToKnow.info
January 5, 2005 - London Times
January 18, 2005 - Chicago Tribune
January 19, 2005 - UPI (United Press International)
Experts say that the way the Internet works leaves users vulnerable to a scam in which fake Web sites facilitate identity theft and fraud by collecting personal and financial data. Phishing involves sending fake e-mail messages to users. The e-mails, which appear to come from banks or commercial sites such as Amazon or eBay, urge the recipient to visit the site to update or confirm personal information. But the link the message offers actually takes anyone who clicks on it to a fake site, operated by criminals, which steals the information the user enters. The victims' identity, password and other data can then be used to conduct bogus transactions, or to steal the contents of bank accounts. But in pharming, Internet users are clandestinely diverted to fake sites without receiving a message or clicking on a bogus link.
They contain britain's very own X-Files: thousands of classified documents detailing credible observations of unidentified flying objects reported by RAF personnel, british Airways pilots and senior police officers. Now under the Freedom of Information laws, files previously held by the Ministry of Defence's special UFO department, known as SF4, are being released to the public.
January 23, 2005 - UPI (United Press International)
A group of whistleblowers and Sept. 11 relatives, alarmed by what they say are increasingly aggressive administration efforts to suppress public discussion of problems inside the nation's security and intelligence agencies, said they will launch a campaign this week in support of fired FBI translator Sibel Edmonds.
January 25, 2005 - Los Angeles Times
Global warming is approaching the point of no return, after which widespread drought, crop failure and rising sea levels will be irreversible, an international climate change task force warned Monday.
White man's burden
January 25, 2005 - Ha'aretz (One of Israel's leading newspapers)
The war in Iraq was conceived by 25 neoconservative intellectuals, most of them Jewish, who are pushing President Bush to change the course of history.
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