Saturday, June 4, 2016
Hillary Clinton Posted Names of Hidden Intelligence Officials On Her Email
Federal records reveal that Clinton swapped these highly classified names on an email account that was vulnerable to attack and was breached repeatedly by Russia-linked hacker attempts. These new revelations — reminiscent of the Valerie Plame scandal during George W. Bush’s tenure — could give FBI investigators the evidence they need to make a case that Clinton violated the Espionage Act by mishandling national defense information through “gross negligence.”
Numerous names cited in Clinton’s emails have been redacted in State Department email releases with the classification code “B3 CIA PERS/ORG,” a highly specialized classification that means the information, if released, would violate the Central Intelligence Act of 1949.
The State Department produced a document to Judicial Watch in April 2014 that identifies different types of “(b)(3)” redactions, including “CIA PERS/ORG,” which it defines as information “Specifically exempted from disclosure by statute … Central Intelligence Act of 1949.”
“That’s what it suggests,” Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton told Breitbart News, referring to the indication that Clinton disclosed the names of CIA-protected intelligence sources, based on the B3 redactions.
The CIA justifies “(b)(3)” redactions with this description: “(b)(3) Applies to the Director’s statutory obligations to protect from disclosure intelligence sources and methods, as well as the organization, functions, names, official titles, salaries, or numbers of personnel employed by the Agency, in accord with the National Security Act of 1947 and the CIA Act of 1949, respectively.”
Thursday, June 2, 2016
Although Prince was known to be an advocate of healthy living, who didn't drink or take illicit drugs, he may have suffered from debilitating pain from decades of vigorous concert performances in the high-heeled shoes he habitually wore.
Prince was known for jumping off large speakers in his high heels.
This is what help to cause his debilitating pain.
His high heels were killing him and they finally did.
Prince died of 'fentanyl toxicity,' an overdose of a painkiller.
A law-enforcement official tells The Associated Press that tests show the music superstar died of an opioid overdose. (June 2)
Prompted by leaks, the Midwest Medical Examiner's Office in Minnesota released the long-awaited autopsy report on Prince Thursday, declaring the cause was accidental Fentanyl toxicity.
Fentanyl is a powerful painkiller. The official cause of death thus bolsters previous reports that Prince died from a opioid overdose, and that investigators were examining how he might have obtained the drug.
Read more here: Prince died of 'fentanyl toxicity,' an overdose of a painkiller