Published Date: October 28th, 2019
AL-BAGHDADI RAID, DURHAM CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION, PACIFIC GARBAGE PATCH
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ISIS Leader Killed 3 Children After Detonating Suicide Vest in Raid, Trump Says
Three children died along with ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi after he ignited a suicide vest during a U.S. military operation in northern Syria, said President Donald Trump.
“He died like a dog. He died like a coward. The world is now a much safer place,” Trump said on Sunday.
The notorious terrorist leader died after running at the end of the tunnel as he was being chased by U.S. forces and American military dogs, Trump said. Three young children were with him, and al-Baghdadi detonated his vest, killing himself and the children.
“Baghdadi’s demise demonstrates America’s relentless pursuit of terrorist leaders,” Trump said. “He was a sick and depraved man, and now he’s gone.”
During the assault, Trump stated, he was “whimpering and crying and screaming all the way.”
Trump Announces ISIS Leader Dead After US Raid in Syria
The fugitive leader of the ISIS terrorist group is now dead, President Donald Trump announced at the White House on Oct. 27, adding that capturing or killing Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was a top national security priority under his administration.
The president noted that no U.S. personnel died in the risky nighttime raid carried out by Special Operations forces in northwestern Syria over the night of Oct. 26. A large number of Baghdadi’s fighters and companions were killed along with him.
“Last night, the United States brought the world’s No. 1 terrorist leader to justice,” Trump said. “Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead. He was the founder and leader of ISIS, the most ruthless and violent terror organization in the World.”
Baghdadi died after fleeing into a dead-end tunnel, Trump said, adding that during his final moments, the ISIS leader was “whimpering and crying and screaming.”
The terrorist leader had dragged three children with him into the tunnel, and as he reached the end of it, he detonated the explosive vest he was wearing, killing himself and the children.
“His body was mutilated by the blast, but test results gave certain and positive identification,” Trump said.
Baghdadi lived his final moments in “utter fear, panic, and dread—terrified of the American Forces bearing down,” Trump said. Last month, his administration announced the killing of Hamza Bin Laden, the son of Osama Bin Laden, and in March, the ISIS “caliphate” was destroyed.
‘Must Remain Engaged’
The key now for the United States is to ensure it remains engaged in the war on terror because Baghdadi’s death could spur an immediate reaction from his supporters, Patrick Gerard Buchan of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) said.
“Baghdadi died the coward that he always was,” Buchan, who is the director of CSIS’s U.S. Alliances Project, told The Epoch Times. “ISIS has been crippled. But as we have seen, whether it’s from al-Qaeda to ISIS, groups do morph and change, they change names, they change geographic locations, so you have to continue to cut the head off the snake.
“Declaring victory and walking away from the war on terror will not work. The United States must remain engaged to ensure that another leader doesn’t rise again.”
Trump said the death of the ISIS leader was another reminder that the United States will “continue to pursue the remaining ISIS terrorists to their brutal end.”
Durham Criminal Investigation
U.S. Attorney John Durham’s ongoing probe into potential FBI and Justice Department misconduct in the run-up to the 2016 election through the spring of 2017 has transitioned into a full-fledged criminal investigation, two sources familiar with the investigation told Fox News on Thursday night.
One source added that DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s upcoming report on alleged FBI surveillance abuses against the Trump campaign will shed light on why Durham’s probe has become a criminal inquiry. Horowitz announced on Thursday his report would be available to the public soon, with “few” redactions.
The investigation’s new status means Durham can subpoena witnesses, file charges, and impanel fact-finding grand juries.
Fox News reported on Tuesday that Durham’s probe had expanded significantly based on new evidence uncovered during a recent trip to Rome with Attorney General Bill Barr.
Barr reportedly told embassy officials in Italy that he “needed a conference room to meet high-level Italian security agents where he could be sure no one was listening in.”
A source in the Italian Ministry of Justice told The Daily Beast earlier this month that Barr and Durham were played a taped deposition made by Joseph Mifsud, the professor who allegedly told ex-Trump aide George Papadopoulos that the Russians had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton. Mifsud reportedly was explaining to investigators in the deposition why people would want to harm him, and why he needed police protection.
Papadopoulos has suggested he was connected with Mifsud as part of a setup orchestrated by intelligence agencies.
Sources told Fox News that Durham was “very interested” to question former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and former CIA Director John Brennan, an anti-Trump critic who recently dismissed the idea. The New York Times reported Thursday that Durham’s criminal review has prompted some CIA officials to obtain criminal legal counsel in anticipation of being interviewed.
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Brennan and Clapper were at the helm not only when Mifsud spoke to Papadopoulos, but also when an unverified and largely discredited dossier, written by British ex-spy Christopher Steele and funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee, was used to help justify a secret surveillance warrant against former Trump adviser Carter Page in the run-up to the 2016 election. (The Times’ reporting on Thursday, which overtly framed Durham’s probe as politically tainted without evidence, did not mention the Steele dossier at all.)
The FBI apparently obscured the fact that the Clinton campaign and DNC funded the dossier in its warrant application, telling the secret court only that the dossier was prepared at the behest of an unidentified presidential campaign.
Additionally, in its original FISA application and subsequent renewals, the FBI told the FISA court it “did not believe” Steele was the direct source for a Yahoo News article implicating Page in Russian collusion. Instead, the FBI suggested to the secret court, the September 2016 article by Michael Isikoff was independent corroboration of the dossier. But, London court records showed that contrary to the FBI’s assessments, Steele briefed Yahoo News and other reporters in the fall of 2016 at the direction of Fusion GPS.
It has further emerged that Steele had communications with a State Department contact — which were relayed to the FBI — in which Steele claimed the Russians were running a “technical/human operation run out of Moscow targeting the election” and that “payments to those recruited are made out of the Russian Consulate in Miami.”
There is no Russian consulate in Miami, a fact the State Department official, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Kathleen Kavalec, emphasized in her notes. And, Steele had suggested his client was “keen” to see his information come to light prior to Election Day.
Kavalec forwarded her notes to the FBI and other government officials several days before the FISA warrant was issued for Page.
Additionally, Special Counsel Robert Mueller was unable to substantiate other key claims in the dossier, including that the Trump campaign employed hackers in the United States, that there was a compromising recording of the president in a hotel room, and that ex-Trump attorney Michael Cohen flew to Prague to build a conspiracy with hackers. Cohen has denied ever heading to Prague, and no public evidence has contradicted that claim.
Pacific Garbage Patch
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is the largest accumulation of ocean plastic in the world and is located between Hawaii and California. Scientists of The Ocean Cleanup have conducted the most extensive analysis ever of this area.
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch (GPGP) is the largest of the five offshore plastic accumulation zones in the world’s oceans. It is located halfway between Hawaii and California.
It is estimated that 1.15 to 2.41 million tonnes of plastic are entering the ocean each year from rivers. More than half of this plastic is less dense than the water, meaning that it will not sink once it encounters the sea.
The stronger, more buoyant plastics show resiliency in the marine environment, allowing them to be transported over extended distances. They persist at the sea surface as they make their way offshore, transported by converging currents and finally accumulating in the patch.
Once these plastics enter the gyre, they are unlikely to leave the area until they degrade into smaller microplastics under the effects of sun, waves and marine life. As more and more plastics are discarded into the environment, microplastic concentration in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch will only continue to increase.
ESTIMATION OF SIZE
The GPGP covers an estimated surface area of 1.6 million square kilometers, an area twice the size of Texas or three times the size of France.
To formulate this number, the team of scientists behind this research conducted the most elaborate sampling method ever coordinated.
This consisted of a fleet of 30 boats, 652 surface nets and two flights over the patch to gather aerial imagery of the debris.
A sampling at different locations within the same time period allowed a more accurate estimate of the size of the patch and the plastic drifting i
This Week’s Report At a Glance
Leaked document: Boris Johnson seeking a quick-fire US trade deal after Brexit that would undermine UK food standards.
The UK Treasury has decided to suspend the release of commemorative fifty-pence coins by Brexit due to the lack of information about when this day will come.
Daesh leader Baghdadi reportedly killed by US Special Forces in the raid.
6 choppers, 2 landed and assaulted convoy and possibly took bodies and evidence, in the Syria attack to al Baghdadi.
Trump confirms Daesh’s leader killed.
Reporter: did you notify Pelosi or others in congress? Trump: no, as you know Washington is a leaking machine-like was never before, we didn’t trust to notify them until we were fully out, imagine it leaks and our troops get in trouble.
Videos allegedly show the site where Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi met his end, the Barisha village in northwest Syria.
Russian MoD doubts Trump’s announcement of killing ISIS chief al-Baghdadi, rejects claims it assisted US forces in op.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the austere religious scholar at the helm of Islamic State, dies at 48.
Scots march through Glasgow in solidarity with jailed Catalan independence leaders.
‘Something very big has just happened!’ Trump sparks guessing frenzy with cryptic tweet amid reports of al-Baghdadi’s death.
Big Pharma officially partnering with the tech industry to pair “immunization” with digital biometrics; humans will be microchipped, tracked, and controlled through a global identification.
Tragicomical video of the world not so far in the future with a robot super-soldier “will take a lickin’ and keep on tickin’”, shrugging off bee attacks, hockey-stick hammerings, direct rear and frontal kick-boxing assaults, and still obey the three laws of robotics.
Osama bin Laden never was hiding in Afghanistan or its damp caves, according to revelations in a new book from intelligence insiders. The U.S. hid him in Iran for a decade after 9/11.
The super cyclonic storm ‘Kyarr’ over the east-central Arabian Sea moving west-northwestwards has forecast wind of 235-245 gusting to 270 km/h.
Two reportedly dead, several others injured in shooting at a university party in Texas.
350,000 people protest in Barcelona against prison terms for pro-independence leaders.
The Syrian Democratic Forces coalition, led by Kurdish, fully supported the deal that Russia and Turkey reached in Sochi, withdrawal has started.
Trump signs documents on the US’s plans to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty.
Turkey close to purchasing Russian Su-35 jets after Lockheed deal blocked.
California fires spark massive mandatory evacuations; wineries burn as winds hit 93 MPH.
EU ‘very unlikely’ to decide on Brexit delay before Tuesday as MPs set to vote on December election.
Bottle of Macallan 1926 60-year-old single malt from cask number 263 sold for a world record £1.5M at auction in London.
More than 140 5G transmitters installed on each and every street of Wuzhen, China 60k people, went into service.
Trump suspends duty-free trade with Thailand, terminates suspension with Ukraine.
The US restricts air service to all Cuban airports except for Havana.
Amazon customers lost $513,000 after being targeted by a new telephone scam claiming they had been signed up to its paid Prime subscription service.
Russian man sent to prison for mining bitcoin at a top-secret facility that made nuclear bombs.
@potus tweets out “….” which is Morse code for “H”. Hillary. Today [yesterday] is her birthday.
CEOs of US Big Pharma testify on Capitol Hill today. Will U.S. senators really hold after taking so much money from those same drug companies?
Amazon will not get the Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud computing contract. It’s going to Microsoft.
Petrodollar armageddon approaches as one of the world’s largest Oil & Gas companies dumps greenback.
Rural Vietnamese mourn loved ones feared dead in the back of British truck.
Russian Maria Butina, who was jailed in the US in April after admitting to working as a Russian agent, arrived in Moscow on Saturday.
California firefighters took the offensive against two major wildfires at opposite ends of the state, one in suburban Los Angeles and another in Sonoma County’s famed wine country.
A surge in violent clashes with police marked another deadly week of protests in Iraq, after two weeks over 150 killed and 6K wounded.
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