911 Hijackers Passports were issued by the CIA – US Consulate Whistleblower

Mike Springman- The former head of the American visa bureau in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia blows the whistle on the 9/11 hijackers. Springman went public (after int…
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Andrew from Nomad Capitalist explains how the IRS has the power to cancel your US passport – and leave you high and dry in the USSA! (http://www.nomadcapital…

USPS Photographs All Paper Mail for Law Enforcement: Daily Whistleblower News

USPS Photographs All Paper Mail for Law Enforcement: Daily Whistleblower News
The US Postal Service is digitally photographing and archiving every piece of paper mail processed in the United States under a program called the Mail Isolation Control and Tracking program, which was set up after 9/11. This information … The Prime …
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Passport business soars at Westmoreland courthouse
Tad Kelley, spokesman for the U.S. Postal Service, said a change in federal law that requires passports for all international travel has in the past created backlogs for the postal service in processing applications. The Postal Service processed about …
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Can fans trust the Tour de France?
"Cycling's had a lot of problems, but it's worked hard to correct those problems," said Garmin-Sharp team manager Jonathan Vaughters, who doped as part of Armstrong's U.S. Postal Service team in the late 1990s and then, in retirement, became one of the …
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Latest Us Passport Agency News

AP Source: NSA leaker Snowden's passport revoked
AP Source: NSA leaker Snowden's passport revoked. The former National Security Agency contractor who disclosed a highly classified surveillance program has had his U.S. passport revoked, an official said Sunday. By MATTHEW V. LEE. Associated Press …
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US revokes Edward Snowden's passport, urges Russia to expel whistleblower
The United States revoked Edward Snowden's passport on Sunday as his globe-trotting escapades took him from Hong Kong to Moscow and on, he hopes, to Ecuador. A State Department representative confirmed the move, and said Snowden should be …
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Asylum In Latin America: Famous Cases Of People Who Sought Refuge
While never prosecuted in the United States, Agee was denied a U.S. passport in 1987 over alleged links to Cuban intelligence. He lived underground in France and Germany, but in his later years spent most of his time in Havana, even opening a travel …
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Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind the NSA surveillance revelations

Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind the NSA surveillance revelations
"Much of what I saw in Geneva really disillusioned me about how my government functions and what its impact is in the world," he says. "I realised that I was part of something that was doing far more harm than good." He said … Asked by reporters to …
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Little things that made it big in the Fifties
… involved – a difference of £50 million. In the post-Gordon Brown era, no sum below £10 billion seems to make much difference. … It is fair to add, however, that the grammar school was not the only passport to success. In 1958, young David Jones …
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