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Indian man shared intelligence on the indian military to Pakistan in exchange for pornography

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Rajasthan man, honeytrapped by Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI, told investigators that he shared critical information about Indian army after being lured with photos of naked women and seductive conversations.
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AP reports Wikileaks' accusations of CIA interference in French presidential election

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LONDON (AP) — A seven-page document made public by WikiLeaks purports to show that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency ordered its spies to gather information on the 2012 French presidential election.

The document , which WikiLeaks published late Thursday and described as “tasking orders,” suggest that American spies wanted an insider’s take on the race, including details of party funding, internal rivalries and future attitudes toward the United States.

Although WikiLeaks’ publication of a purportedly secret CIA document was striking, the orders seemed to represent standard intelligence-gathering.

French media, which are consumed with the upcoming electoral contest only two months away, gave the publication relatively light attention Friday.

The CIA declined to comment on the release. WikiLeaks did not answer questions about the document’s provenance but said in an email that it was authentic.
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Ashli Babbitt, Air Force vet killed at Capitol, was in a 'throuple': reports

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Ashli Babbitt, Air Force vet killed at Capitol, was in a 'throuple': reports

Ashli Babbitt, Air Force vet killed at Capitol, was in a ‘throuple’: reports
By Tamar Lapin

The Air Force veteran fatally shot by police during last week’s US Capitol riot had been in a “throuple” with her husband and their live-in girlfriend, according to reports.

Ashli Babbitt, 35, and her husband, Aaron Babbitt, 39, lived with their 29-year-old gal pal Kayla Joyce in San Diego, New York Magazine’s Intelligencer reported.

“I thought she was just going to a rally,” Joyce, who has known the married couple for about a year, said of Ashli.

“It was extremely unlike her to put herself in that position.”

During last Wednesday’s mayhem, Ashli was killed as she tried to climb through a smashed window in a panel beside a barricaded door in the Capitol building.

Joyce said she and Aaron found out about Ashli’s death “through the news. Through live television.”

“I actually saw it first on video when I was on the phone with multiple hospitals trying to find her,” she told the website.

Despite shacking up with Ashli and her husband, Joyce said she didn’t follow her girlfriend on Twitter and didn’t know about her fierce belief in QAnon conspiracy theories, the report said.

However, she said the image of Ashli that has emerged online isn’t representative of the person she was.

“She wasn’t a terrorist. She wouldn’t have put herself in harm’s way for any bad reason,” Joyce told Intelligencer.

“It shouldn’t be construed that because she had an opinion that she deserved it. It’s just gross what they are saying.”

Ashli’s brother, 21-year-old Andrew Witthoeft, told the Daily Mail that his sister was raised to welcome all people “regardless of your race, your ethnicity or your beliefs.”
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Vouge's Kamala's Kover Kontroversy

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>Kamala Harris' casual Vogue cover causes stir online
Kamala Harris' forthcoming appearance in American Vogue has sparked criticism for appearing casual and "washed up," with the Vice President-elect's team blindsided by the magazine's choice of cover.
The hotly-debated image, which shows Harris in a black jacket and Converse sneakers, was not the one she had expected to run on the front of the print edition. A source familiar with discussions said Harris' team believed the cover would feature her posing in a light blue suit against a gold background.
An apparently leaked copy of the publication's February issue cover, shot in front of a pink and green background, began circulating online Sunday. The photo instantly attracted ire on social media for appearing poorly lit and styled, while others suggested it was "disrespectful" to the Vice President-elect.
With some Twitter users even questioning whether the image had been faked, Vogue confirmed it as genuine -- but added to the confusion by revealing a second "digital" cover showing Harris in a powder blue Michael Kors suit against a gold background. CNN's source said that Harris team had expected this outfit to be used as the main cover photo, with the more casual attire appearing inside the magazine. The same source said the Harris team has asked for a new cover, though the print version of the magazine went to press in mid-December.
A spokesperson for Vogue did not comment on the discussions between the magazine and the Vice President-elect's team, but said in an emailed statement that Vogue "loved the images Tyler Mitchell shot and felt the more informal image captured Vice President-elect Harris's authentic, approachable nature -- which we feel is one of the hallmarks of the Biden/Harris administration.
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Trump fan, 53, found dead in basement just days after being arrested at Capitol riot

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Trump fan, 53, found dead in basement just days after being arrested at Capitol riot

A Donald Trump supporter was found dead in his basement following a suspected suicide, days after getting arrested during the US Capitol riot.
The body of Christopher Stanton Georgia, 53, was discovered by his wife at their home in Alpharetta, Georgia, on Saturday morning.
She said there was "blood everywhere" during a distressed 911 call, telling the call operator she was searching for a gun.
"My husband is dead," she added, according to a police report seen by The Sun.
Mr Georgia died from a gunshot wound, the medical examiner’s office told NBC affiliate 11Alive and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Dad Christopher Stanton Georgia, 53, was found dead in the basement by his wife, having been charged by police in relation to the violent Capitol riots

Two semi-automatic SKS rifles were removed from the property by officers.

Mr Georgia had been charged for his involvement in the chaotic attack on the Washington government building last Wednesday.

Court documents describe how Georgia had stayed out past the 6pm curfew in Washington, imposed by local law enforcement in reaction to the riot.

He faced a maximum penalty of up to 180 days in prison and/or a $1,000 fine.

He is understood to have been a regional portfolio manager at North Carolina banking firm BB&T, having previously made a living selling hairpieces.

Paying tribute, neighbour Jace Carreras told The Sun he was a "loving father" and "I never heard him speak badly to anyone about anyone."

A total of five people died during the riot after hundreds of President Trump supporters descended on the Government building in protest at Congress naming Joe Biden as the new leader.

US Capitol Police announced on Friday Officer Brian Sicknick, 42, died of injuries suffered during clashes.
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Trump Reportedly Bullied Pence: You Can Be a Patriot ‘or a Pussy’

Hours before the Capitol riots, President Trump took one last stab at convincing Vice President Mike Pence to try and overturn the election—telling him, “You can either go down in history as a patriot, or you can go down in history as a pussy.” That’s according to a New York Times report with new details about the schism between Pence and Trump. After Pence rebuffed Trump and headed to the Capitol to oversee the Electoral College count, Trump blasted him in the speech that incited a mob to storm the building. The Times reports that after Pence was evacuated to the basement, Trump never called to check on his safety, instead attacking him on Twitter. The newspaper says that five days after the riots, Pence returned to the West Wing and was invited that evening to meet with Trump. “The official description of the hourlong conversation was ‘good’; the unofficial description was ‘nonsubstantive’ and ‘stilted,’” the Times wrote.
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Fringe Right Wing social media terrorist site Parler booted off AWS

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Amazon notified Parler that it would be cutting off the social network favored by conservatives and extremists from its cloud hosting service Amazon Web Services, according to an email obtained by BuzzFeed News. The suspension, which will go into effect on Sunday just before midnight, means that Parler will be unable to operate and will go offline unless it can find another hosting service.

People on Parler used the social network to stoke fear, spread hate, and coordinate the insurrection at the Capitol building on Wednesday. The app has recently been overrun with death threats, celebrations of violence, and posts encouraging “Patriots” to march on Washington, DC with weapons on January 19, the day before the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.

In an email obtained by BuzzFeed News, an AWS Trust and Safety team told Parler Chief Policy Officer Amy Peikoff that the calls for violence propagating across the social network violated its terms of service. Amazon said it was unconvinced that the service’s plan to use volunteers to moderate calls for violence and hate speech would be effective.

“Recently, we’ve seen a steady increase in this violent content on your website, all of which violates our terms," the email reads. "It’s clear that Parler does not have an effective process to comply with the AWS terms of service.”

An Amazon spokesperson declined to comment on the suspension.

In a post on Sunday evening following publication of this story, Parler CEO John Matze, who did not return a request for comment from BuzzFeed News, said it is possible the social network will be unavailable on the internet for up to a week as we rebuild from scratch."

"This was a coordinated attack by the tech giants to kill competition in the market place," he wrote on Parler. "We were too successful too fast."
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Anfifa Agents Provocateur being arriested one by one

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>Nooooooooooooo! Muh narrative!!!!!

CHAOTIC LIFE Capitol riot Anti-Trump ‘infiltrator’ John Sullivan thrives on chaos & has violent history, feds warn as he’s freed

Henry Holloway

Jan 16 2021, 6:29 ETUpdated: Jan 16 2021, 6:30 ET

AN ANTI-Trump rioter who allegedly infiltrated the Capitol Hill carnage has a history of violence and thrives on chaos, prosecutors warned as he was freed on bail.Left wing activist John Sullivan was arrested after a video revealed he shouted "it's our house" and "we got to get this s**t burned."

Federal prosecutors warned he likes to pose as members of organizations and stir up trouble in a failed bid to lock him up.DC-based prosecutor Bryan N. Reeves issued the warning to a judge in Sullivan's home state of Utah during a Zoom hearing on Friday.Sullivan, a former Olympic speed skater turned liberal activist, was however released to house arrest despite his plea, reports the New York Times.Reeves said: "He thrives on chaos."“The defendant uses messaging apps to set up meetings and set up riots,” he told the judge."He will pose as different members of organizations, even those that have disavowed him."The prosecutor also warned the Sullivan had planned to return to the Capitol on Inauguration Day.Sullivan turned himself in Thursday in Utah on charges of civil disorder after taking part in the riot as Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol.

He is also charged with inciting a riot in Provo, Utah, during a rally which resulted in a motorist being shot after he urged protesters to "block public roadways"
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The Arresting of Antifa / BLM agitators from "Storm The Capitol" have begun

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>why make this shit up since its so obvious - and all too real:

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – A Utah activist is facing charges for his alleged involvement in the deadly U.S. Capitol protest last week.

The Tooele County Sheriff’s Office tells ABC4’s Jason Nguyen that John Sullivan has been booked into their custody under a U.S. Marshall’s warrant.

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Sullivan has been charged with entering a restricted building or grounds without authority; civil disorders; and violent entry or disorderly conduct.

The criminal complaint filed against Sullivan lists him as the “leader of an organization called Insurgence USA through which he organizes protests.”

According to Sullivan’s website, Sullivan was in the U.S. Capitol in early January when rioters violently entered the building. A video at the top of his website shows rioters smashing glass on a set of doors that had been barricaded.

As a self-proclaimed video journalist, Sullivan has numerous videos also posted on his Twitter of the violence in the Capitol.

Sullivan tweeted in late December with “travel plans” for the “MAGA_CAVALRY.”

Chud Alert:These are their travel plans. Get ready to intercept #dcprotest #intel#counterintel #chudalert
— Jayden X (@realjaydenx) December 30, 2020

He was arrested in June in connection to riots in Provo and charged with 3rd-degree felony riot and criminal mischief. In July, officials say Sullivan was charged with rioting and criminal mischief for the Provo riots.

Federal investigators say they obtained a video posted on YouTube of Sullivan allegedly seen in the crowd, telling those around him over a microphone “we got to rip Trump out of office” and “we ain’t waiting until the next election.” He was also seen wearing a ballistic vest and a gas mask.
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Black National Anthem

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