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Dr. Martin Brass

TERRORISM SITREP

UNITED STATES SURGE IN AFGHANISTAN! Obama sends troops, but shorts McChrystal by 10,000 after dithering for three months. FLIGHTS DISRUPTED? Incidents in Atlanta and Denver lead to speculation of “dry runs” for new attacks.

A STRATEGIC QUAGMIRE AND A BLACK HOLE

We met with Lt. Col Ralph Peters, USA (Ret.), Fox news strategic analyst and New York Post columnist in Washington, D.C. for a face to face since some of his columns have been reprinted in Soldier of Fortune.

A MERC’S LAST HURRAH

The Cold War years were the days of the mercs, of their wild and lawless adventures in Africa and across the globe in the proxy war playgrounds of the superpowers. In 2004, a legendary British merc who was heavily involved in African exploits during the Cold War attempted to recapture the excitement of those years. The clever, well-educated Simon Mann had captured the imagination of adventure seekers and had amassed fortunes through his exploits.

TERRORISM SITREP

UNITED STATES LYNNE STEWART TO THE SLAMMER! Radical lawyer had passed on messages for Omar Abdel-Rahman. $500 MILLION SEIZED FROM ALAVI FOUNDATION, TERRORISM GROUP: four U.S.

TERRORISM TRIAL SPECIAL

THE NETHERLANDS INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA ETHNIC CLEANSING TRIAL of Radovan Karadzic, head of the Serbian Republika Srpska, stalled again. Charged with ordering massacres in Srebrenica that killed 8000, Karadzic, representing himself, requested a 10-month extension to study millions of pages of documents.

THE VANISHING OF THE ARCTIC SEA

The Arctic Sea, a Finnish-owned, Maltese-flagged 320-foot cargo ship manned by a Russian crew, sailed off from the Finnish port of Pietarsaari on 21 July, supposedly carrying timber worth over $1.5 million. The ship was bound for the port of Bejaia in Algeria.

 

AIMPOINT SIGHTS SET ON BAD GUYS

“Yes, this contract is of course very good and important for us. More important however, is that the warfighters out there get the equipment they need!” Lennart Ljungfelt, President of Aimpoint AB said when we congratulated him after Aimpoint won an Army contract to supply 565,783 M68 Close Combat Optic rifle sights.

 

LASER DEVICES BEAMS IN ON ENEMY TARGETS

THE GOAL: STRIKE THE ENEMY FIRST!!

TERRORISM SITREP

UNITED STATES TO SEND OR NOT TO SEND 40,000 more troops to Afghanistan—that is the question. DUNCES OF DOOMSDAY U.S.