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  1. Guantanamo guard: ‘CIA killed prisoners and made it look like suicide’.

    Ex-Marine Joseph Hickman said Guantanamo was a “bad dream” he just wanted to forget. Source: Supplied
    A FORMER Guantanamo Bay guard has spoken for the first time about what he claims was a CIA murder of detainees, covered up as a triple suicide.
    Army Staff Sergeant Joseph Hickman was on guard at the Cuban prison camp on the night they died, and calls the official version of events “impossible”.

    “They would have had to all three tie their hands and feet together, shove rags down their throats, put a mask over their face, made a noose, hung it from the ceiling on the side of the cellblock, jumped into the noose and hung themselves simultaneously,” the ex-Marine told Vice News in an explosive video interview.

    “In a cellblock where guards are ordered to check on detainees every four minutes.”

    There had also been an inspection of the cellblock only a few hours earlier, Hickman said, and guards had found nothing detainees might use to make the nooses and rags.

    Hickman tried for years to put the nightmare of his time at Guantanamo behind him, but eventually he was forced to confront his past.

    He has now written a book, Murder at Camp Delta, which he hopes will be a step towards finding out the truth.

  2. Fed tax revenues hit record $739,482,000,000 for first quarter. IRS chief warns of refund delays, etc. this tax year. Fox’s Greta: 318K fed workers owe $3.3 Billion in tax!

    Inflation-adjusted federal tax revenues hit a record $739,482,000,000 for the first quarter of fiscal year 2015, but the federal government still ran a $176,664,000,000 deficit during that time, according to the Monthly Treasury Statement.

    Each month, the Treasury publishes the government’s “total receipts,” including all revenue from individual income taxes, corporate income taxes, social insurance and retirement taxes (including Social Security and Medicare taxes), unemployment insurance taxes, excise taxes, estate and gift taxes, customs duties, and “miscellaneous receipts.”

    In constant 2014 dollars, the $739,482,000,000 that the federal government collected in October, November and December of 2014, which is the first quarter is fiscal 2015, was $65,768,870,000 more than the $673,713,130,000 it collected in the first quarter of fiscal 2014.

    UsA needs to get a clue!


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