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A long-coated male chihuahua named "Heart-kun" with a heart-shaped pattern on his coat is held by the shop owner Emiko Sakurada at Pucchin Dog's shop in Odate in northern Japan July 10, 2007. The one-and-a-half-month-old chihuahua was born on May 18, 2007 as one of a litter. The shop owner Emiko Sakurada said that this is the first time a puppy with these marks has been born out of a 1,000 that she has bred. She also said that she has no plans to sell the puppy.      REUTERS/Issei Kato  (JAPAN).  EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.Reuters Sent: 226 times
    U.S. brothers Michael, right, and Laurence Lenahan are gored at the same time by a fighting bull during a traditional bull run in Pamplona, Spain, Thursday July 12, 2007. The two brothers were gored Thursday during the longest and bloodiest morning bull run at the San Fermin festival in the northeastern city of Pamplona. Lawrence Lenahan, 26, of Hermosa Beach, Calif. and Michael Lenahan, 23, of Philadelphia, Pa. were gored by a bull who strayed from the pack, turned around and ran the wrong way. (AP Photo/ Larrion Pimoulier)AP Sent: 154 times
    A male long-coated chihuahua named "Heart-kun" with a heart-shaped pattern on his coat sits at Pucchin Dog's shop in Odate, northern Japan July 10, 2007. The one-and-a-half-month-old chihuahua was born on May 18, 2007 as one of a litter. The shop owner Emiko Sakurada said that this is the first time a puppy with these marks has been born out of a 1,000 that she has bred. She also said that she has no plans to sell the puppy. REUTERS/Issei Kato  (JAPAN).  EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. NO SALES. NO THIRD PARTY SALES. NOT FOR USE BY REUTERS THIRD PARTY DISTRIBUTORS.Reuters Sent: 143 times
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A long-coated male chihuahua named "Heart-kun" with a heart-shaped pattern on his coat sits at Pucchin Dog's shop in Odate in  northern Japan July 10, 2007. The one-and-a-half-month-old chihuahua was born on May 18, 2007 as one of a litter. The shop owner Emiko Sakurada said that this is the first time a puppy with these marks has been born out of a 1,000 that she has bred. She also said that she has no plans to sell the puppy. REUTERS/Issei Kato  (JAPAN).  EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.Reuters Sent: 134 times
    Norwegian Christopher Neiff  is gored in the leg by a fighting bull during a traditional bull run in Pamplona, Spain, Thursday July 12, 2007. The San Fermin festival, renowned for its all-night street parties, dates back to 1591. Since records began in 1924, 13 people have been killed in the runs. The last fatality, a 22-year-old American, was gored to death in 1995.(AP Photo/ Inaki Porto)AP Sent: 106 times
    A worker holds two weeks old black panther, Milica in Belgrade's Zoo, Saturday, July 14, 2007. The  cub is adopted by a dog, who helps rear it along with her own puppies, after baby panther's mother tried to eat it.  (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)AP Sent: 95 times
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A long-coated male chihuahua named "Heart-kun" with a heart-shaped pattern on his coat sleeps at Pucchin Dog's shop in Odate in northern Japan July 10, 2007. The one-and-a-half-month-old chihuahua was born on May 18, 2007 as one of a litter. The shop owner Emiko Sakurada said that this is the first time a puppy with these marks has been born out of a 1,000 that she has bred. She also said that she has no plans to sell the puppy.    REUTERS/Issei Kato  (JAPAN).  EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.Reuters Sent: 87 times
    An unidentified runner is attended to by medical services following the sixth running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona July 12, 2007.REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)Reuters Sent: 38 times
    The world's tallest man, Bao Xishun, who stands 2.36 meters (7 feet and 9 inches), shakes hands with He Pingping, who only measures 73 centimeters (2 feet and 5 inches),in Baotou, China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Friday, July 13, 2007. Nineteen-year-old He is applying for the Guinness World Record as the world's shortest man. (AP Photo) CHINA OUT AP Sent: 35 times




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    Michael Lenahan, 23, of Philadelphia, Pa. is gored in the leg by a fighting bull during a traditional bull run in Pamplona, Spain, Thursday July 12, 2007. Two American brothers were gored Thursday during the longest and bloodiest morning bull run at the San Fermin festival in the northeastern city of Pamplona. Lawrence Lenahan, 26, of Hermosa Beach, Calif. and Michael Lenahan, 23, of Philadelphia, Pa. were gored by a bull who strayed from the pack, turned around and ran the wrong way. The older brother suffered a eight-inch (20-centimeter) goring in the left buttock after a dangerous sharp right turn in the course Lenahan described as a 'dead man's curve.' The younger brother was injured shortly before the bull ring, the end point of the daily runs, after the bulls horn entered beneath his skin in his right shin. (AP Photo/ Inaki Porto)AP Sent: 286 times
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A long-coated male chihuahua named "Heart-kun" with a heart-shaped pattern on his coat is held by the shop owner Emiko Sakurada at Pucchin Dog's shop in Odate in northern Japan July 10, 2007. The one-and-a-half-month-old chihuahua was born on May 18, 2007 as one of a litter. The shop owner Emiko Sakurada said that this is the first time a puppy with these marks has been born out of a 1,000 that she has bred. She also said that she has no plans to sell the puppy.      REUTERS/Issei Kato  (JAPAN).  EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.Reuters Sent: 226 times
    U.S. brothers Michael, right, and Laurence Lenahan are gored at the same time by a fighting bull during a traditional bull run in Pamplona, Spain, Thursday July 12, 2007. The two brothers were gored Thursday during the longest and bloodiest morning bull run at the San Fermin festival in the northeastern city of Pamplona. Lawrence Lenahan, 26, of Hermosa Beach, Calif. and Michael Lenahan, 23, of Philadelphia, Pa. were gored by a bull who strayed from the pack, turned around and ran the wrong way. (AP Photo/ Larrion Pimoulier)AP Sent: 154 times
    A male long-coated chihuahua named "Heart-kun" with a heart-shaped pattern on his coat sits at Pucchin Dog's shop in Odate, northern Japan July 10, 2007. The one-and-a-half-month-old chihuahua was born on May 18, 2007 as one of a litter. The shop owner Emiko Sakurada said that this is the first time a puppy with these marks has been born out of a 1,000 that she has bred. She also said that she has no plans to sell the puppy. REUTERS/Issei Kato  (JAPAN).  EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. NO SALES. NO THIRD PARTY SALES. NOT FOR USE BY REUTERS THIRD PARTY DISTRIBUTORS.Reuters Sent: 143 times
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A long-coated male chihuahua named "Heart-kun" with a heart-shaped pattern on his coat sits at Pucchin Dog's shop in Odate in  northern Japan July 10, 2007. The one-and-a-half-month-old chihuahua was born on May 18, 2007 as one of a litter. The shop owner Emiko Sakurada said that this is the first time a puppy with these marks has been born out of a 1,000 that she has bred. She also said that she has no plans to sell the puppy. REUTERS/Issei Kato  (JAPAN).  EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.Reuters Sent: 134 times
    Norwegian Christopher Neiff  is gored in the leg by a fighting bull during a traditional bull run in Pamplona, Spain, Thursday July 12, 2007. The San Fermin festival, renowned for its all-night street parties, dates back to 1591. Since records began in 1924, 13 people have been killed in the runs. The last fatality, a 22-year-old American, was gored to death in 1995.(AP Photo/ Inaki Porto)AP Sent: 106 times
    A worker holds two weeks old black panther, Milica in Belgrade's Zoo, Saturday, July 14, 2007. The  cub is adopted by a dog, who helps rear it along with her own puppies, after baby panther's mother tried to eat it.  (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)AP Sent: 95 times
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A long-coated male chihuahua named "Heart-kun" with a heart-shaped pattern on his coat sleeps at Pucchin Dog's shop in Odate in northern Japan July 10, 2007. The one-and-a-half-month-old chihuahua was born on May 18, 2007 as one of a litter. The shop owner Emiko Sakurada said that this is the first time a puppy with these marks has been born out of a 1,000 that she has bred. She also said that she has no plans to sell the puppy.    REUTERS/Issei Kato  (JAPAN).  EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.Reuters Sent: 87 times
    An unidentified runner is attended to by medical services following the sixth running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona July 12, 2007.REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)Reuters Sent: 38 times
    The world's tallest man, Bao Xishun, who stands 2.36 meters (7 feet and 9 inches), shakes hands with He Pingping, who only measures 73 centimeters (2 feet and 5 inches),in Baotou, China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Friday, July 13, 2007. Nineteen-year-old He is applying for the Guinness World Record as the world's shortest man. (AP Photo) CHINA OUT AP Sent: 35 times

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    COMMUNITY FINANCIAL SERVICES GROUP PTY LTD
    trading as Smart Ventures
    The Australian Stock Market reacted positively to the news by pushing Chapmans shares up by 60% over a two day heavy trading session

    READERS COMMENT FROM Bill Manors of New York
    It sounds like from reading the 
    wwwsmartventures.com.au web site the owners being 
    COMMUNITY FINANCIAL SERVICES GROUP Pty Ltd trading as Smart Ventures that Smart Ventures owns billions of worth of business
    and real etsate deals all over the world, this makes a great deal for Chapmans Limited.
     Well done Borris Ganke and Dan Lanskey,
    the masterminds behind putting the deal together for Chapmans Limited.


     Such positiove news that Chapmans now owns 10% of a company that seems to be worth over one billion dollars, would give Chapmans an extra $100 million added to their balance sheet.
    With only 100 milion issued shares in Chapmans, this should make the Chapmans shares valued at over $1 a share from their current trading price of around 2-3c a share.
    It seems like Chapmans managing director, Borris Ganke, known in business circles as "THE OLD FOX", well known for his ability to get shares moving in the right direction-upwards of course, as he did with Offshore Oil and Poisden, during the Australian mining boom of the 1960's , is up to his old tricks again and turning Chapmans Limited into another Poisden for Chapmans share holders, with a potential rise from 2-3c to over $1 a share.

    Good luck and congradulations to those shareholders who had faith in Borris Ganke and his right hand man and new personal business advisor Dan Lanskey, who they say Mr Ganke will not move on any business deal without consulting Mr lanskey first.
    In fact I have many business friends in Sydney Australia, where Chapmans Limited has it's head office, and they say Mr Ganke is never seen without Dan Lanskey from 8am to about 12pm when they finally are seen leaving the Chapmans office in Elizebeth Street Sydney, after spending another long day plotting Chapman's next take over and business moves.
    No one can say they do not earn their money as the main managers and driving force behind Chapmans Limited.
    They certainly deserve the recognition and success that Chapmans Limited and its shareholders are about to enjoy.
    Again, well done boys, I have been a faithful shareholder of Chapmans for a long time after my business friends in Sydney recommended it just because they said Borris Ganke will eventually make someting happen with the company, and have seen the shares go between 2c and 50c, now finally they are set to move to over the $1 a share mark. 
    I certianly will not be selling then, as there is no doubt in my mind that when Chapmans lists on the London Stock Exchange next year, they will be over one English Pound a share, which is around $Aust2.50 a share with the current English Pound to Australian Dollar exchange rate.


    Smart Ventures are not the only company interested in Chapmans Limited. International News Limited based in the USA, is apparently looking at a take over bid for Chapmans to use to head their expansion into the Australian media market with a hard copy Australia wide weekend newspaper called the Australian Weekend News and online real estate and business sales web sites in Australian and New Zealand called           www.yahoorealestate.com.au and
                         
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    which is said in the industry to be worth a few billion dollars, because of the very profitable advertising revenue it earns each year from real estate and business for sale advertising. Both groups are keen to take over Chapmans for a number of reasons, which includes the fact that, as Chapmans has been listed on the Australian Stock Exchange since about 1970, it will be easy to have the company listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM), which is effectively the second board of the London Stock Exchange. This move will open up the opportunity and interest for European, United Kingdom and USA investors and large superanuation, insurance and mutual funds to invest in Chapmans Limited, which now has interests in a diverse range of industries listed in the Smart Ventures portfolio, and the interesting investments Chapmans have already made in mobile phone accessories, mining, real estate and an Irish based new roofing system called New-Lock , as well as the media.
    Brett Goldsworthy the CEO of Smart Ventures seems excited about what appears to be effectively a merger of two venture capital type companies.
    Another USA based media company called the USA Weekly News Limited has just last week purchased 10% of the issued shares in Chapmans Limited, and is making noises of purchasing another 9%, which will bring their shareholding just under the 20% mark. It is understood negotiations are going on at present with some of the of the other large shareholders of Chapmans to purchase these extra 9% off market, so that the share price on the market will not increase too much in case they want to make a formal take over bid in the near future.
    If the USA Weekly News Limited purchases 20% or more of the stock it will be forced to make a take over bid for Chapmans. From investigations done by INL, this is also on the cards.
    Watch this space for further developments.
    It is INL's understanding that on the 26th of April 2007 the general manager of Chapmans, Dan Lansky with the managing director of Chapmans Borris Ganke, brokered and signed the deal for Chapmans to buy 10% of Brett Goldswothy's, Smart Ventures which describes itself on Smart Venture's web site
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    are getting ready to take over Chapmans Limited
     ( Austalian Stock Exchange Code is CHP),
    a little known venture capital company that has been listed on the Australian Stock Exchange since about 1970.
    The plan is to use Chapmans Limited to back door list
    International News Limited,
    which is expected to cause the market to value the 90 million issued shares in Chapmans at about $Aust5 a share.
       Once the take over is completed, CHAPMANS will be listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) on the London Stock Exchange, at which time, it is expected that Chapmans shares will trade around five UK Pounds a shares.
       This equates to about $Aust10 dollars a share.
       The future share price of Chapmans Limited is expected to be strengthened as the bidding takes hold by the fact that the top 20 shareholders control about 80% of the shares in the company, and very few of these large shareholders are keen to sell their shares under $5 a share, as they are well aware of the future of the company.
       In fact the managing director of Chapmans Limited, Borris Ganke, a well know veteran in the public company world, has at present an effective control of Chapmans through his personal shareholders and the shareholdering of another company he is managing director of, being Southern Cross Explorations Limited.
       Mr Ganke continues to resist any take over of the company and refuses to discuss the the sale of the 30% of the capital of Chapmans which he and Southern Cross Explorations control.
       Mr Ganke has made it clear that these shares are not for sale at any price and does not need the money as he owns a development property in Fiji which he estimates has a potential development profit of about $Aust500 milion. 
       It appears that Mr Ganke and his company Southern Cross Exporations Ltd, are there for the long term, to be involved with the move of Chapmans to the London Stock Exchange, where Mr Ganke is well known through previous companies he has been involved with on the London Stock Exchange.
       These previous companies have had capitalisations of around half a billion UK pounds on the London Stock Exchange.
      It is also understood that an oppositon camp of shareholders control about 30% of the share capital of Chapmans, and a smaller group control about 20% of Chapman's issued share capital.
       This only leaves about 20% of the issued share capital of Chapmans held by a lot a very small shareholders in small parcels from 10,000 to 200,000 shares.
       Very low key announcements have previously been made by the board of Chapmans about their aims to become involved in the media world, which have gone unnoticed by financial journalists in Australia.
       Mr Ganke is well known to be be a very conservative managing director who does not like to beat the drum too loundly until the ink is fully dry on final agreements.
       It is believed that representatives of AIM have already been over from London to approach Mr Ganke to request him to list Chapmans on AIM. 
      AIM is a part of the London Stock Exchange, which provides automatic listing to any Australian company that has been listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) for more than three years. Chapmans has been on the Australian Stoxk Exchange for about 30 years.
       It is believed that the plan includes asking shareholders to agree to allow Chapmans to change its 70 year old name name to International News Limited, which is at present registered in Australia and the USA, as the owner of valuable media newspaper mastheads and internet URLs estimated to be worth over one billion UK Pounds.

        The INL News is proud to announce that  Patrick Obi has been promoted to World News Administration manager for INL News.
        After spending many years working for various new oranisations throughout Africa, Patrick Obi will bring a wealth of experince and world news contracts to INL News.
        The INL News Team gives you a very warm welcome to Patrick in his new role as World News Admin Manager.
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    Murder by Queensland's CMC and its officers of an unborn Child
     
    Attention:
    Dan Bartlet
    The Crime and Misconduct Commission of Queensland in Australia (CMC) headed by John David Hallahan, Michael O'Connor, Dan Bartlet, Ian Thomas
    mailbox@cmc.qld.gov.au
    attorney@ministerial.qld.gov.au
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    You all will  be proud of yourselves having succeeded in you wish to murder of an unborn child that one of the  CMC's  innocent victim's  was carring, before she was deliberately, callously, cowardly, wrongfully dragged into secret interrgation hearings by yourselves for no useful purpose, other than to help deliberately murder an innocent unborn child that the CMC's  innocent victim was carrying at the time.  
    The CMC and its officers have stated that they were tapping the CMC's  innocent victim's phone and email for some time when they issued a notice of demand that the CMC's  innocent victim  be cross examined by the CMC at secret interrogation hearings about a subject that she simply knew nothing about, and could not be of any real assistance to what the CMC was investigating.
    From listening to the CMC's  innocent victim's telephone conversations and reading her emails, the CMC and its officers clearly knew that that the CMC's  innocent victim was pregnant, when they had their corrupt police officer attend the CMC's  innocent victim's home to wrongly and falsely tell her that. in his and the CMC's oppinion, she was a criminal and was in a lot of trouble, and to serve the demand notice that the CMC's  innocent victim attend on just two days notice to the CMC, to be interrogated at secret hearings where only a high priced laywer at $1,600 a day is allowed to attend with her

    A lawyer that the CMC's  innocent victim could not afford. Not many ordinary Australian can afford $1,600 a day for a lawyer to attend the CMC's secret interrogation hearings. As no one other than a lawyer is allowed to attend with an innocent victim of the CMC, the CMC's innocent voctim has no choice but to borrow the money to pay a high proceed lawyer to attend the CMC's secret interrogation hearings with them.
    It is a fact that the CMC's  innocent victim spoke on her mobile phone 
    (which the the CMC officers clearly admitt had been tapped by the CMC for a long time),  
    on the Monday  and excitedly discussed her pregnacy.
     Then the next day, on Tuesday, with the CMC knowing full well the CMC's innocent victim was pregnant, the CMC had a corrupt police officer attend her home to serve the CMC's   demand for the CMC's  innocent victim to be interrogated, about a subject the CMC's  innocent victim knew nothing  about, and could clearly not be of any real assistance to what the CMC was investiagting.
    The CMC's  innocent victim's unborn child is now dead, as a direct result of the malicious, deliberate and calculating actions of the CMC and its officers. 
    Without  the wrongful actions of the CMC and its officers, that unborn child would still be alive today. The attached email warned the CMC and its officers of what they were doing was very wrong and illegal, but they continuted on this wrongful and illegal path to help murder an unborn child.
     
    The INL News Group will now publish this email and information on the world wide web on as many  web sites as possible, and let the world know what these individuals and Queensland's CMC have done.

     They all should hang there head in shame for ever.

    Their families, friends and associates should be absolutely ashamed of these people, and the world generally, that read this information on the world wide web, will also be horrified of this horrendous crime.
     This horrendous crime has also been sanctioned by the Queensland and Australian Governments, who has also been warned, as a copy of the attached email was also sent to the Queensland Attorney General and also the previous Liberal Attorney General of Australia, that has now been removed by the Australian people at the recent 2007 Federal Elections.
    The INL News Group will also fund an application in the Internatonal Court of Justice, to have these criminals brought to justice, as there is no doubt these criminals will be protected by their mates in the Australian Courts which is run by judges who are all ex-lawyers.
    The CMC is run by Australian lawyers, who also one day could become judges who would then themselves be in the powerful position to protect corrupt laywers running the CMC..
    I have been brought up in Africa and have seen some horrendous wrongful things happen, but nothing I have ever seen is as horrendous as what the CMC and its officers and appointed representatives have deleiberately done here, with their involvement of the murder of an innocent unborn child.

    yours truly

    PATRICK OBI
    Managing Editor of the INL News Group

    The INL News Group note that, had the CMC's  innocent victim been the daughter of Rupert Murdoch, the most powerful person in the world today, controlling a majority of the world's mainstream media outlets, worth hundreds of billions of dollars, the Queensland's CMC would never had treated the the CMC's  innocent victim in this manner and the CMC's  innocent victim's unborn child would have still been alive today.
    This is another example that there is one rule for the rich and powerful, and another rule for an ordinary  innocent victim, trying their best to live a normal and innocent life with their partner and new child due to be born, and find some basic happiness after trying to recover from a serious nervous beakdown in the last five years, which the CMC had full knowledge of, from tapping the the CMC's  innocent victim's telephone and emails for a long time




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    Yes, the CMC protects corrupt police offices who live beyond their means and that can not provide any lawful evidence as to where their funds comes from, in particular large drug dealers that provide funds to support the employees of the Crime and Misconduct Commission to support our expensive life styles.. as the wages that the people of Queensland are simply not enough to pay for all our expensive life styles...


    Yes, the CMC supports criminal behavour by police officers in Queensland, in fact anywhere really, as long as they have some sort of police badge we make sure they can continue their criminal behaviour without being harassed in their activities...if anyone tries to expose these criminal activities we have unlimited powers to drag them and/or their families into secret hearings that cost about $2,000 a day to pay a lawyer to attend these hearings with them, as we have made the rules such that only a lawyer can attend with the person we get our corrupt police to drag off the street on only two days notice into these secret hearings.. at the same time we are all paid large salaries by the people of Queensland and the cash we receive on the side from our corrupt police mates and other other criminal mates...


    Yes, the CMC supports misconduct as long as it is misconduct by any of our criminal mates  employed in the Police Service and/or another Government Departments or other private criminals that are friends, who are prepared to offer funds to support our expensive life styles that the salaries we obtain from the Queensland Taxpayers do not cover... we specialise in supporting, protecting and encouraging the Queensland and Federal Police and others to import and sell illegal drugs and break and enter houses without a warrant to steal whole housefuls of furniture (as they did in Tallai) and steal the original manuscripts of books such as the Triumph of Truth (Who's Watching the Watchers) that was in the process of being published world wide by International News Limited in books and films and a TV series that would have brought a lot of world wide attention to our criminal behaviour of our corrupt police mates and expose our own criminal activities.. we simply had no choice but to break into that house with the help of our drug taking and selling mates and the Queensland Police, were we suspected this book could be stored.. after all we had to protect our livelihood and our business associates who provide our ability for ourselves to live beyond our means... we at the CMC of course can not be investigated as we are not going to investigate ourselves and we are the only ones with such power... we are simply untouchable and have a very protected monopoly in that regard




     



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    • U.S. soldiers cut a lock at the entrance of a former medical equipment factory so that they can enter it during a patrol in Baghdad July 16, 2007. (Nikola Solic/Reuters)
      U.S. military deaths in Iraq at 3,616 AP - 1 minute ago

      As of Monday, July 16, 2007, at least 3,616 members of the U.S. military have died since the beginning of the Iraq war in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count. The figure includes seven military civilians. At least 2,969 died as a result of hostile action, according to the military's numbers.

    • Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, sits by herself in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Monday, July 16, 2007, during a meeting between President Bush and Polish President Lech Kaczynski. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
      Rice cancels visit to African nations AP - 28 minutes ago

      WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has dropped Africa entirely from an overseas trip this week to focus on Iraq and Middle East peace efforts, the State Department said Monday.

    • This photo provided by the Defense Department shows Army Gen. David Petraeus, commander, multi-national Forces in Iraq, left, greeting outgoing Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Peter Pace, Monday, July 16, 2007, at Baghdad International Airport in Baghdad, Iraq. Gen. Pace is visiting Iraq to met leadership, visit troops and to assess the operations in Iraq (AP Photo/Defense Department, Staff Sgt. D. Myles Cullen)
      Pace: US troops in Iraq could rise AP - 32 minutes ago

      BAGHDAD - The U.S. military is weighing new directions for Iraq, including an even bigger troop buildup if President Bush thinks his "surge" strategy needs a further boost, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Monday.

    • Haleh Esfandiari a detained Iranian-American speaking in this image taken from TV  during a TV interview at an unknown location in Iran that was aired in Iran on Monday July 16, 2007. Iranian state-run television on Monday showed footage for the first time of two of the four Iranian-Americans detained in the country, promising more images in the coming days. The video showed  Haleh Esfandiari and  Kian Tajbakhsh separately, located in what appeared to be residential homes, wearing civilian attire. (AP Photo/IRIB via AP Television)
      Footage shows detained Iranian-Americans AP - 45 minutes ago

      TEHRAN, Iran - Two Iranian-Americans detained here on national security charges appeared Monday for the first time on state television, with one saying in one of the brief video clips that his foundation may have targeted Islam.

    • Men weep after a suicide bomber detonated a truck wired with explosives near a Kurdish political party's offices, followed by two other car bomb blasts, in the northern city of Kirkuk 290 kilometers (180 miles) north of Baghdad, Iraq, Monday, July 16, 2007. The coordinated attack, believed to be the deadliest in Kirkuk since the four-year Iraq conflict began, killed more than 80 people and wounded more than 150, police said. (AP Photo/Yahya Ahmed)
      Bombings kill more than 80 in Iraq AP - 50 minutes ago

      BAGHDAD - A triple bombing, including a massive suicide truck blast, killed more than 80 people Monday in Kirkuk, the deadliest attack yet in the oil-rich northern city. The bloodshed reinforced concern that extremists are heading north as U.S.-led forces step up pressure around Baghdad.

    Europe News

    • The United Nations headquarters in New York.  The UN Security Council remained divided Monday over Kosovo's future, with veto-wielding Russia objecting to a compromise draft resolution, alleging that its hidden goal was independence for the Serbian province.(AFP/File/Don Emmert)
      Russia gives firm "no" to West's Kosovo plan at U.N. Reuters - 55 minutes ago

      UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Russia gave a definitive "no" on Monday to a European-American draft resolution on Kosovo that would end a U.N. presence and put European representatives in charge of the Serbian province.

    • Viking ship towed across North Sea AP - 1 hour, 2 minutes ago

      COPENHAGEN, Denmark - The crew of a replica Viking longship dropped plans to sail across the North Sea on Monday because of unfavorable winds and was to be towed to a group of islands north of the Scottish mainland.

    • President Bush meets with Polish President Lech Kaczynski in the Oval Office, July 16, 2007. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)
      Poland says U.S. shield a "foregone conclusion" Reuters - 2 hours, 1 minute ago

      WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. missile-defense system will be built in Poland despite Russia's anger over the plans, Polish President Lech Kaczynski said on Monday after a meeting with U.S. President George W. Bush.

    • German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) receives British Prime Minister Gordon Brown with military honors in front of the Chancellery in Berlin. Brown on Monday held talks with Merkel in his first foreign visit as prime minister, but the meeting was overshadowed by a gathering diplomatic storm with Russia.(AFP/DDP/Marcus Brandt)
      Brown's meeting with Merkel overshadowed by Russia row AFP - 2 hours, 41 minutes ago

      BERLIN (AFP) - Gordon Brown on Monday held talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in his first foreign visit as Britain's new prime minister, but the meeting was overshadowed by a gathering diplomatic storm with Russia.

    • Arsenal are confident that coach Arsene Wenger, seen here in April 2007, will stay at the Emirates Stadium with chairman Peter Hill-Wood revealing on Monday that talks over a new contract for the Frenchman have opened.(AFP/File/Chris Young)
      Gunners confident Wenger will stay AFP - 2 hours, 45 minutes ago

      LONDON (AFP) - Arsenal are confident that coach Arsene Wenger will stay at the Emirates Stadium with chairman Peter Hill-Wood revealing on Monday that talks over a new contract for the Frenchman have opened.

    Latin America

    • Mexico president dismisses accusations AP - 9 minutes ago

      MEXICO CITY - President Felipe Calderon on Monday dismissed as "pure fiction" the allegations by a Chinese-Mexican businessman that Mexico's ruling party forced him to hide tens of millions of dollars in campaign cash at his home.

    • Chavez: Catholic Church losing backing AP - 11 minutes ago

      CARACAS, Venezuela - President Hugo Chavez criticized Venezuela's Roman Catholic leaders on Monday for condemning his plans to rewrite the constitution, saying the church is losing support in this politically divided nation because priests are meddling in politics.

    • Explosion damages UK embassy in Chile AP - Mon Jul 16, 3:42 AM ET

      LONDON - A small explosion outside the British Embassy in Santiago, Chile caused minor damage but no casualties, the Foreign Office said Monday.

    • A supporter of ousted Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide holds his photo while marching through Port-au-Prince, Sunday, July 15, 2007, demanding the leader's return and accusing current President Rene Preval of turning his back on his one-time ally. (AP Photo/Evens Sanon)
      Aristide supporters march in Haiti AP - Sun Jul 15, 8:03 PM ET

      PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - Supporters of exiled former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide marched through Haiti's capital on Sunday, demanding the ousted leader's return and accusing President Rene Preval of turning his back on his one-time ally.

    • Two birds go at each other with sharp plastic spurs at a cockfighting arena in Barranquitas, central Puerto Rico, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2006. Unlike in most of the US, cockfighting is legal in Puerto Rico, where it has been popular since the 18th century. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)
      Advocates seek Puerto Rico cockfight ban AP - Sun Jul 15, 11:39 AM ET

      ISLA VERDE, Puerto Rico - With cockfighting about to lose its last bastion in the United States, animal rights activists are training their sights on Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory where the blood sport is both beloved tradition and big business.

    Africa News

    • Zorka Anachkova, mother of Christiana Valcheva, one of five Bulgarian nurses sentenced to death in Libya, speaks to journalists during a meeting in front of the Libyan embassy building in Sofia July 16, 2007. Libya's top judiciary body postponed until Monday evening its meeting to decide the fate of the five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor sentenced to death for infecting Libyan children with the AIDS virus, officials and lawyers said. (Nikolay Doychinov/Reuters)
      Libya postpones decision on medics Reuters - 2 hours, 38 minutes ago

      TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya's top judiciary body has put off until Tuesday a ruling on the fate of six foreign medics sentenced to death for infecting Libyan children with HIV.

    • An undated file photo shows Serge Maheshe, a Congolese journalist working for the UN-sponsored Radio Okapi. Two people told a court here Monday that they were hired to kill Maheshe, who was murdered last month, by the two witnesses to the crime.(AFP/MONUC-HO/File)
      Alleged killers of DRC journalist claim they were hired AFP - 2 hours, 39 minutes ago

      BUKAVU, DRCongo (AFP) - Two people told a court here Monday that they were hired to kill a Congolese journalist, who was murdered last month, by the two witnesses to the crime.

    • Roman Catholic Archbishop, Pius Ncube, from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, answers a question at a news conference in  Johannesburg, South Africa Tuesday, July 10, 2007. Ncube has slammed Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe's new economic policy and labelled him as a criminal who would do anything to stay in power. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)
      Cameras along as Zimbabwe bishop accused AP - 2 hours, 52 minutes ago

      HARARE, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwean Roman Catholic Archbishop Pius Ncube was named in an adultery case Monday in what his lawyer called an "orchestrated attempt" to embarrass the outspoken government critic.

    • A couple walks in Tripoli July 16, 2007. Libya's top judiciary body has postponed until Monday evening its meeting to decide the fate of six foreign medics sentenced to death for infecting Libyan children with the AIDS virus, officials and lawyers said. (Nasser Nuri/Reuters)
      Libyan council postpones decision on foreign medics Reuters - Mon Jul 16, 4:26 PM ET

      TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya's top judiciary body has put off until Tuesday a decision on the fate of six foreign medics sentenced to death for infecting Libyan children with

    • 'Apartheid minister' to stand trial AP - Mon Jul 16, 4:06 PM ET

      JOHANNESBURG, South Africa - A former police minister whose name is synonymous with the brutal repression of apartheid's political opponents is to stand trial for the poisoning of a high-ranking government official, prosecutors said Monday.

    Asia News

    • Abdul Sattar Murad, the former governor of Kapisa province, gestures during an interview with the Associated Press in Kabul, Afghanistan on Monday, July 16, 2007. Afghanistan's government fired the provincial governor days after he said Afghans are distancing themselves from President Hamid Karzai and that a 'vacuum of authority' is allowing the Taliban, al-Qaida and other groups to gain power. (AP Photo/Musadeq Sadeq)
      Afghan governor fired after comments AP - 16 minutes ago

      KABUL, Afghanistan - Afghanistan's government fired a provincial governor days after he said Afghans are distancing themselves from President Hamid Karzai and that a "vacuum of authority" is allowing the Taliban, al-Qaida and other groups to gain power.

    • A man walks over cracks in the road caused by an earthquake in Kashiwazaki, northern Japan July 16, 2007. (Issei Kato/Reuters)
      Japan quake victims take shelter Reuters - 41 minutes ago

      KASHIWAZAKI, Japan (Reuters) - More than 10,000 people sheltered in evacuation centers on Tuesday in Japan's northwest after a strong earthquake flattened hundreds of houses, killing at least nine people and injuring more than 900.

    • A journalist stands outside a collapsed house following a powerful quake that hit Japan's northwest coast in Kashiwazaki, Monday, July 16, 2007. A 6.7-magnitude earthquake rocked Japan's northwest coast on Monday, and media reports said at least five people were killed and more than 500 injured. The area was plagued by a series of aftershocks, the strongest of which was magnitude 5.8. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
      Japan quake causes 9 deaths, nuke leak AP - 47 minutes ago

      KASHIWAZAKI, Japan - A strong earthquake shook Japan's northwest coast Monday, setting off a fire at the world's most powerful nuclear power plant and causing a reactor to spill radioactive water into the sea — an accident not reported to the public for hours.

    • This undated file photo released by the US Department of Defense shows an aerial view of The Pentagon. US and Japanese specialists have begun a search for clues to the missing remains of Japanese soldiers killed on a remote island in the Aleutians in World War II's only ground combat in North America, the Pentagon said Monday.(AFP/DoD/HO/File)
      US, Japanese search for Japanese war dead in Alaska AFP - 1 hour, 11 minutes ago

      WASHINGTON (AFP) - US and Japanese specialists have begun a search for clues to the missing remains of Japanese soldiers killed on a remote island in the Aleutians in World War II's only ground combat in North America, the Pentagon said Monday.

    • Troops of Pakistan's paramilitary troops take positions in a troubled city of Matta, Swat after a Sunday's suicide attack which killed 18 people in northwestern Pakistan, Monday, July 16, 2007. Pakistan authorities were probing suspected links between radicals at the captured Red Mosque and militants in the northwest frontier, where more than 70 people died in weekend suicide attacks and bombings. (AP Photo/Mohammad Zubair)
      Pakistan scrambles to save tribal accord AP - 2 hours, 2 minutes ago

      ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Pakistani officials struggled Monday to salvage a peace deal meant to contain militants near the Afghan border and urged tribal elders to halt violence surging across the northwest.

    Canada

    • Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) and Colombian President Alvaro Uribe attend a news conference at the Casa de Narino's Plaza de Armas in Bogota, Colombia, July 16, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
      Canada steps into void left by U.S.-Colombia rift Reuters - Mon Jul 16, 4:29 PM ET

      BOGOTA (Reuters) - Canada started trade talks with Colombia on Monday and pledged full support for President Alvaro Uribe, who has seen his key bilateral relationship with the United States bog down in a scandal over human rights.

    • Canada sets C$1.4 billion aid for Quebec's Cree Reuters - 2 hours, 35 minutes ago

      MONTREAL (Reuters) - The Canadian government agreed on Monday to disburse C$1.4 billion ($1.3 billion) in aid over 20 years to Quebec's 15,000 Cree to improve health, security and other services for the native Indians.

    • In this file photo a Petro Canada station displays a zero price, indicating that they have run out of gasoline, in downtown Toronto, February 24, 2007. Canada's annual inflation rate is set to edge higher in June due to the effects of a drop in gasoline prices a year ago, analysts said on Monday, forecasting only marginal price hikes in the month. REUTERS/J.P. Moczulski
      Inflation rate expected to climb in June Reuters - Mon Jul 16, 1:32 PM ET

      OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's annual inflation rate is set to edge higher in June due to the effects of a drop in gasoline prices a year ago, analysts said on Monday, forecasting only marginal price hikes in the month.

    • Thieves strip Canadian berry bushes, baffle police Reuters - Mon Jul 16, 11:56 AM ET

      TORONTO (Reuters) - Thieves in central Canada stripped an orchard of some 200 pounds (90 kilograms) of ripe Saskatoonberries, leaving police and farmers baffled at the work needed for a relatively low-price haul.

    • Canada dollar hits 96 cents for first time since 1977 Reuters - 2 hours, 31 minutes ago

      TORONTO (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar stormed to 96 U.S. cents for the first time in 30 years on Monday as higher oil prices triggered a slew of automatic buy orders.

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