Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Who Will Take the Place of Usama bin Laden on FBI's Most Wanted?

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So now with Bin Laden dead, who is going to replace him on the most wanted list?  Well, the answer isn't so easy as that.  The rank structure isn't strictly followed as the number one guy is gone, so the number two guy gets bumped up.  The whole intelligence system is reexamined and a new order is assessed.

Some people who you may see on the list, are responsible for such things as the hijacking of a Pan Am flight in 1986 and the bombing of the USS Cole in 2000.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Libya says Gadhafi's son killed in airstrike, vows death to 'invaders'

Original article found Here

So the United States bombed another location, but this one was a little more controversial.  We bombed the residence of Gadhafi's son.  Analysis shows that there may have been a bunker underneath the residence of some military importance, but Gadhafi supporters claim that there was no such thing.  They believe that it was a direct assassination on top members of the Gadhafi regime, and say it is against international law, they will seek revenge.

It's so nice to see that the US is still making friends.