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NATIONALIST GUN NUT Brian Issack Clyde, 22, Opened Fire On Dallas Federal Courthouse Wearing Black Mask And Tactical Gear

A man who opened fire on a federal courthouse in downtown Dallas on Monday has been shot dead by police. Brian Issack Clyde, 22, died shortly after exchanging gunfire with officers outside the Earle Cabell Federal Building. Clyde had claimed on social media to be a veteran of the US Army, and a report from the Department of Defense on the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act website obtained by the Dallas Morning News shows that Clyde was on active duty with the Army from August 10, 2015, through February 17, 2017. Clyde had lived in both Corpus Christi and Austin. It was not clear whether he lived in Dallas at the time of the shooting, though he did have relatives who live nearby. Clyde's grandfather Rodney Clyde said over the telephon that he had 'nothing to say at this time' regarding the shooting and death of his grandson. He does not appear to have a criminal history. FBI, ATF, FPS, U.S. Marshals and the Dallas Police Department are investigating the incident. T…
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House BLOWS UP - Ridgefield NJ

An off-duty Ridgefield police officer pulled a man from burning rubble, after an explosion obliterated the man's borough home. At 11:25 a.m. Monday, the officer called in an explosion at the Abbott Boulevard home, said Chief Thomas Gallagher. The officer, who lives right around the corner from the scene of the explosion, was walking when he heard and saw the house explode. Firefighters and first responders arrived shortly after to battle the flames. One person was injured, confirmed authorities. The unidentified victim was taken to Hackensack University Medical Center, in Hackensack. The officer was not injured, said Gallagher. Source



The Quality Of China's One Belt One Road Initiative (OBOR): Sewer Explodes Causing Bus Windows To Shatter.....

OBOR Initiative Facts: The One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative, established by President Xi Jinping of China, is an extensive long-term infrastructure initiative modernizing the original Silk Road trading routes by land and by sea.
China has signed cooperation agreements with 134 countries and international organizations1, which, including China, represent 78% of the global population and 41% of global GDP2.
The OBOR initiative could see upwards of $6 trillion in investment in the coming years and is poised to reshape global trade Source

The Quality Of China's One Belt One Road Initiative (OBOR): Bridge COLLAPSES In Heyuan City, Guangdong China

OBOR Initiative Facts: The One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative, established by President Xi Jinping of China, is an extensive long-term infrastructure initiative modernizing the original Silk Road trading routes by land and by sea.
China has signed cooperation agreements with 134 countries and international organizations1, which, including China, represent 78% of the global population and 41% of global GDP2.
The OBOR initiative could see upwards of $6 trillion in investment in the coming years and is poised to reshape global trade Source

Gulf Of Oman Attacks: UK statement

Gulf of Oman attacks: UK statement Published 14 June 2019 
From: Foreign & Commonwealth Office and The Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP Following our own assessment the UK concludes that: It is almost certain that a branch of the Iranian military - the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps - attacked the two tankers on 13 June. No other state or non-state actor could plausibly have been responsible.
There is recent precedent for attacks by Iran against oil tankers. The Emirati-led investigation of the 12 May attack on four oil tankers near the port of Fujairah concluded that it was conducted by a sophisticated state actor. We are confident that Iran bears responsibility for that attack.
The Foreign Secretary said: I condemn yesterday’s attacks on two vessels in the Gulf of Oman. Our own assessment leads us to conclude that responsibility for the attacks almost certainly lies with Iran. These latest attacks build on a pattern of destabilising Iranian behaviour and pose a serious danger to the reg…

Iran Launched SAM Missile At US MQ-9 Reaper Drone Ahead Of tanker Attacks, Official Tells CNN

Iran launched missile at US drone ahead of tanker attacks, official tells CNN Before attacking two tankers near the coast of Iran on Thursday, Iranians launched a surface-to-air missile at a U.S. drone flying in the Gulf of Oman. A U.S. MQ-9 drone spotted Iranian boats nearing the tankers before the attacks occurred, and the Iranians shot a missile at the drone, but missed, a U.S. official told CNN in an exclusive on Friday. 

The official also said a U.S. Reaper drone flying over the Red Sea was struck and shot down by what is presumably an Iranian missile, just days earlier.Source


U.S. Navy Releases Video Of Iran Removing Unexploded Limpet Mine From Oil Tanker’s Hull

If there were any doubts Iran is responsible for the attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, a new report should put those doubts to rest. The United States has video of Iran removing unexploded mines from the side of one of the ships that was hit. The Iranian ship can be seen pulling alongside one of the tankers and removing what appears to be a limpet mine while believing they were not being watched. The video above, released by the United States Navy, shows the actions by the Iranians. The image below released by CentCom shows two areas, one where an exploded mine did damage and the other of a mine that apparently didn’t detonate. Source

Aerial Footage Shows One Of The Oil Tankers Targeted In The Sea Of Oman

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Confirmed: Pompeo Says Iran attacked Oil Tankers. (Video)

Gulf of Oman tanker attacks: US blames Iran for explosions US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has blamed Iran for "unprovoked attacks" on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. He said the US had made its assessment based on intelligence about the type of weapons used. A senior Iranian official earlier told the BBC "Iran has no connection" with the explosions on Thursday morning. Dozens of crew members were rescued after the blasts on the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous and the Front Altair, owned by Norway. Both Iran and the US said they evacuated the crew. The blasts in one of the world's busiest oil routes comes a month after four oil tankers were attacked off the United Arab Emirates. No group or country has admitted the incident in May, which also caused no casualties. The US at the time blamed Iran - but Tehran denied the accusations. Source

Iran TORPEDOES Two Oil Tankers MT Front Altair And Kokuka Courageous In Sea of Oman

Inferno in the Gulf: Explosions rock two oil tankers off Iran after 'torpedo' attack forces both vessels to be evacuated during Japanese PM's visit to Tehran to discuss Middle East peace Dramatic pictures have revealed the fireball which erupted on an oil tanker after it was hit by an explosion in the Gulf of Oman today. The MT Front Altair was one of two ships hit in a pair of blasts which have left the Middle East on high alert. The tanker suffered three explosions and caught fire after a suspected torpedo attack, although its Norwegian owner has denied Iranian claims that the vessel has sunk. The Altair and the other ship, the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous, were evacuated after sending distress signals - picked up by the U.S. Navy's Fifth Fleet - with 44 sailors rescued. Britain has urged 'extreme caution' amid high tensions in the Middle East, weeks after Saudi tankers were attacked in a mysterious act of sabotage off the UAE coast which Washingto…

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Protests In Hong Kong Over China Extradition Laws

Hong Kong riot police using barons, tear gas and pepper spray clash with protestors after million-strong demo over proposed new extradition bill with China Several hundred riot police armed with batons, shields, tear gas guns and pepper spray sealed off the Legislative Council in Hong Kong as a similar number of protesters charged their lines shortly after midnight.  Police used batons and fired pepper spray at protesters, who still managed to close off part of a nearby road. Several people on both sides appeared to be injured, and ambulances were called. Metal barriers were left twisted and torn in the clashes.  The Legislative Council is where debates will start on Wednesday to pass a new government bill that will allow suspects wanted in mainland China to be sent across the border for trial. Source