List of Murdered Scientists


Informant: D. Leisure

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Dead Scientists DO Tell Tales


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Afghan and Iraqi prisoners detail abuse by US torturers


Informant: Charles Bremer



March 7, 2005


By Bernice Powell Jackson

Last March 1, I was in the Marshall Islands, tiny atolls in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, where we commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Bravo test. On March 1, 1954, the United States dropped a 15-megaton hydrogen bomb 1,000 times more powerful than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima. It was one of 67 nuclear weapons tests conducted in the Marshall Islands by the U.S. between 1946 and 1958. But while many of the islanders had been evacuated in previous tests, on March 1 the people of four tiny atolls were not. In fact, they were not evacuated until for four days after the massive explosion whose radioactive cloud spread over an area about the size of New Jersey.

While this story is horrible in and of itself, documents declassified during the Clinton administration appear to point to the decision by the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) to make the Marshall Islanders into human guinea pigs. It appears that there was an AEC project, named Project 4.1, whose purpose was to study the effects of radioactive fallout on human beings. Despite its public statements otherwise, it seems that the AEC decided three days after the Bravo test to make the Marshall Islanders into research subjects. It is unclear whether the Marshallese actually received medical treatments for the exposure to high levels of radiation or whether they just received tracers which helped researchers know how human beings were responding, but we do know that they have suffered extraordinarily high levels of cancer, particularly of the thyroid. Moreover, the second and third generations also have high levels of cancer and immune system diseases. Women and girls who were originally exposed during the Bravo tests also experienced high levels of stillbirths, miscarriages and deformities in their babies. "The only thing I could think of was Nazi Germany," said then U. S. Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary upon first learning about these experiments when some documents were declassified.

With the release of these documents in 1993, the survivors from the Bravo test petitioned the U.S. government for additional compensation to help pay for the health care and clean-up needs. Under a compact signed by the governments of the U.S. and the Marshall Islands in 1983, the U.S. agreed to pay $150 million into a trust fund. Some additional funds were awarded to specific groups of survivors. But while the commission managing the trust fund has awarded over $1 billion in damage claims, less than one percent of that money could be paid and there are thousands of claims still pending.

Shortly after the beginning of this year, however, the Bush administration rejected the petition for changed circumstances, telling the U.S. Congress that it should not award further compensation to the Marshall Islands. The irony, of course, is that the U.S. is telling other governments that they must take full responsibility for their actions, when we refuse to take responsibility for ours. To make whole the people of the Marshall Islands to treat their illnesses and clean up their islands would take only a few days of the funds we are spending in Iraq and Afghanistan.

This year the survivors of Enewetak, Rongelap, Utrik and Bikini islands sponsored their own commemoration of the Bravo test by inviting survivors of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor meltdown to share their experiences. They found that government cover-ups and misinformation were common to both experiences.

More than half a century after one of our nation's most shameful actions, we must tell the truth, admit our guilt and pay fully for our actions. Only if we make amends to the people of the Marshall Islands can we move forward into the future with integrity and truth.

(Note: You can contact your Senators concerning the petition for changed circumstances of the Marshall Islands at 202-225-3121. Or contact your congressperson at 202-224-3121).

Informant: Raulmax

A Breeding Ground For Tyrants


George W. Bush Held True to Form in seeking war

Article by Robert Higgs

The Spraying Continues


Informant: Andy

College Students Plan Coordinated Protests Against Iraq War

As the song says, "Teach your children well...." The article below describes a student walkout and other activities young people around our Nation are taking to question and oppose the Iraq War. The activities should increase as more war veterans leave the military and enter college and share their combat experiences and organizational skills.


Stomping on the Bill of Rights

For anyone wondering what happened to our Nation in the past 50 months, read about what happened in Brevard County, Florida. Share this news with people living in the suburbs because they need to be concerned about the erosion of our liberties that veterans have fought so hard to preserve for more than 200 years.


Michael Ruppert Becomes Front Man for Illuminati Depopulation Agenda


Informant: Tim White

Kissinger, Eugenics And Depopulation

Follow the money (in this case, the oil investments)


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

Lobbyismus entschärfen – Nebeneinkünfte veröffentlichen


US officials use secret report on torture and abuse to escape justice


US dollar falls further as nations reject American currency


Datenjäger ohne Grenzen


Nachricht von der BI Bad Dürkheim

Demand 80% Dem Block Against $80 Billion War Bill

Thank you for signing the petition to demand that the Democratic Party act as an anti-war party voting against the $80 billion for the US war upon and occupation of Iraq by an 80% block – with the consequence that if the Democratic Party does not put together such a block, we will work to support build an independent electoral anti-war convergence party and vote for and build only candidates who are opposed to the war and occupation. After the third day of this petition, we are already over 100 signers – and this was from a very limited distribution of the petition pitch.

In order for this petition drive to have maximal success, we need your participation. Most of you participate in discussions and networks where information such as the call are welcome. You can help make this effort more successful by forwarding the message below to all of the discussions where this information would be welcome.

There are well established petition machines that are not focusing on this $80 billion war bill. Apparently we can not count on those outfits to oppose the war bill. We need to build new institutions that will consistently oppose war even when it means making demands that could be deemed as unpopular by the Democratic Party leadership. A little extra effort by all of us can propel this initiative forward.

Place a personal note at the top of the note urging support.

Another valuable step you can take is to approach influential members of organizations that you belong to as well as nationally known figures in the anti-war movement. Send the call to act to them and follow up with them to seek their support. If they will not sign on, engage in a dialogue with them. If the “movement” will not make a demand of the Democratic Party to take a clear stand against the $80 billion bill, we need to know why.

We are also interested in having a few others to serve on a petition committee to help spearhead this effort forward. We would add your name to the letters that we generate to promote this effort.

We are off to a good start. This drive has great potential on many levels. Let’s work together to realize the full potential and build a movement that develops greater political challenge to the political power brokers of both pro-war political parties that continue to maintain the current permanent war empire.

The site has been updated with the public signatories!

We are working on a letter to send to Senators and representatives with a reference to the website – stay tuned!

In Solidarity,

Bob Witanek


Please circulate widely!

Petition: Demand 80% Dem Block Against $80 Billion War Bill


In response to the positive feedback for a petition calling for an 80% Democratic Party block in opposition to another $80 billion for the US war and occupation in Iraq and in Afghanistan, the following petition has been launched at the website of the Committee to End the Occupation of Iraq , http://EndOccIraq.org . You can click here to see the petition and sign:

Petition: We Demand an 80% Democratic Party Block in Opposition to 80 Billion for War - Or Else We Work to Build Anti-War Electoral Force!

US Congress and Senate are preparing to approve the US Administration's request for $80 billion more for war and occupation in Iraq and Afghanistan.

In 2004, much of the opposition to the war and occupation supported the presidential candidacy of Democratic Party candidate John Kerry even though he made it clear that he thought Bush backed down in Falluja and that he would “win” in Iraq, would not back down, would “finish the job”, etc.

Now is the time for the Democratic Party to demonstrate that it is opposed to the occupation and war in Iraq by voting as a block of 80% or better against the $80 billion war funding allocation.

Join with a growing chorus to state that unless the Democratic Party votes as a block against the war allocation, we plan to work to build an independent political convergence party that opposes the war.

If you have any questions, want more information or want to share your opinion on this matter, please do so by writing to ceoi@endocciraq.org


We the undersigned are opponents of the US invasion of Iraq and continuing occupation. We hereby call upon the Democratic Party members of the US Congress and the US Senate to vote as a block against the $80 billion bill for the US war in Iraq and Afghanistan. We call upon you to put together a block of opposition that is 80% or better of the entire ranks of Democratic Party members in the two houses. Should the Democratic Party fall short of that level of opposition to continuing the funding of the US war and occupation in Iraq, we intend to hereinafter work to support and promote an independent political convergence party that opposes the war and opposes the Democratic Party and the Republican Party because of their support for the war. We will work to support and promote political candidates outside of the two war parties and to organize voters to vote against war by rejecting the candidacies of both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. We call upon you now to take this specific action, to reject the $80 billion funding for the war in Iraq as a block of 80% or better of the total Democratic Party office holders in both houses, as a means to demonstrate that the Democratic Party is in opposition to the US war in Iraq. Otherwise, our next step is to work to build political opposition to your party as we continue to oppose the Republican Party.

To sign petition: http://endocciraq.org/Demand80Pct_NoTo80B.htm

Informant: Deb Conley

Send a letter - Save our Forests

I just sent to letter to help protect our forests. Did you know the Bush administration is trying to rollback a policy that would protect nearly 60 million acres of our nation?s last wild forests? putting them at risk to destructive road-building, logging, and drilling.

We have just a few days to send a public comment to the US Forest Service. Click here to help:


Today, more than half of America's national forests are already opened to logging, mining, and drilling. The roadless rule was created to help protect the last of our wild forests a home for wildlife, a haven for recreation, and a legacy for future generations.

I want to save the forests. Please help me.



Wonky But Worth It: Buying Influence

by The Center For Responsive Politics

A new report runs the numbers on the biggest industry donors to the U.S. Senate.


Putting Credit Card Companies ahead of their Constituents

The Credit Card Corps

by Talking Points Memo

See the Democrats who voted for the bankruptcy bill -- putting credit card companies ahead of their constituents.


Privatization's Big Winner

by Jack Rasmus, In These Times

Finally, someone explains the real beneficiaries of Bush's nutty Social Security scheme. Hint: It's not you or your neighbors.


The Fundamental Right You Don't Have

by Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., TomPaine.com

Think the 2004 election was a mess? Things will just get worse unless voting is made a citizenship right.




Informant: Karana

Update from the Field 3/10/05


It is not democracy that's on the march in the Middle East

Managed elections are the latest device to prop up pro-western regimes...

Sam Nunn: US not example for nuclear non-proliferation

"It's awfully hard to ask countries around the globe to do a lot more to fight against the North Koreans or the Iranians getting nuclear weapons if we ourselves seem to be increasing our dependence on nuclear weapons," Nunn said.


Berlusconi contradicts US friendly-fire account

The Italian prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, said today the driver of the car in which an Italian agent was killed by US forces in Iraq last week had obeyed orders to stop.


“Sacrifices,” the Cost of War and “War-Resistance” in the Ranks

by: Jack Dalton

When was it the state gained the power to dictate to any of us when, where, how and if, we will participate in the killing of other human beings? When was it the state gained the power over us to tell anyone of us we will go to jail if we are not willing to participate in the mass murder that is war, let alone one launched behind deliberate lies and disinformation as this one in Iraq?

Demand to USDA: Halt field releases of GE Trees


Ethics Allegations raised against DeLay


Amnesty International Expresses Solidarity With Victims of Attacks by Armed Groups


Is Bush Ready for Real Democracy?


Teresa Heinz Kerry - Hacking the "Mother Machine"?


Heinz Kerry hasn't lost her outspoken way

Monday, March 7, 2005

What made Teresa Heinz Kerry so refreshing to some voters, and threatening to others on the 2004 campaign trail, is summed up when THK talks about her speech to last year's Democratic convention:

"Nobody told me what to do," she told a Saturday fund-raiser here.

The implicit afterword: Nobody better try. ... [Skipping over to one of her observations:]

COUNTING THE VOTES: Heinz Kerry is openly skeptical about results from November's election, particularly in sections of the country where optical scanners were used to record votes.

"Two brothers own 80 percent of the machines used in the United States," Heinz Kerry said. She identified both as "hard-right" Republicans. She argued that it is "very easy to hack into the mother machines."

"We in the United States are not a banana republic," added Heinz Kerry. She argued that Democrats should insist on "accountability and transparency" in how votes are tabulated.

"I fear for '06," she said. "I don't trust it the way it is right now." ... Read the rest now: http://tinyurl.com/6leek

© Virginia Metze

Planet Faces Nightmare Forecasts as Chinese Consumption Grows and Grows


U.S. Says It Has Withdrawn From World Judicial Body


After the War Comes Cancer


Informant: Charles Bremer

Hamburger Schüler helfen mit Recyclingpapier Wälder zu schützen

Schule und Umwelt: Hamburger Schüler helfen mit Recyclingpapier Wälder zu schützen (10.03.05)

ROBIN WOOD startet heute in Hamburg die Aktion "Wir setzen Zeichen - Schulen pro Recyclingpapier". Ziel der Aktion ist es, Recyclingpapier an Schulen wieder populärer zu machen. Den Anfang haben fünf Schulklassen des Gymnasiums Grootmoor in Bramfeld gemacht. Alle Schüler und Schülerinnen dieser Klassen haben sich entschieden, ausschließlich Recyclingpapierprodukte in ihrem Schulalltag zu verwenden und sind dafür heute Vormittag mit einer Urkunde ausgezeichnet worden.

Die ganze Nachricht im Internet:


Rekordgewinne & Arbeitslosigkeit: Franzosen gehen wegen der Wirtschaftspolitik auf die Straße


Arbeitnehmer und öffentliche Bedienstete demonstrieren in Frankreich massenhaft für eine andere Wirtschaftspolitik. Im Mittelpunkt der Proteste steht der Kampf gegen eine Auflockerung der 35-Stunden-Woche sowie der Einsatz für eine Erhöhung der Kaufkraft, schreibt die "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung" (FAZ). Viele Franzosen betrachten offenbar mit Mißfallen, wie die französischen Großunternehmen in jüngster Zeit Rekordgewinne erzielt haben und die Aktienkurse kletterten, während gleichzeitig die Arbeitslosenquote auf 10 Prozent gestiegen ist. Staatlich angestellte Forscher protestierten zudem, weil die Regierung in ihren Augen eine Stärkung der industrienahen Forschung anstrebe und dabei die Grundlagenforschung vernachlässige. Nach Angaben der FAZ haben fast alle Gewerkschaften zum Streik oder zu Demonstrationen in über 40 Städten aufgerufen. Es wurde erwartet, dass in Paris und in anderen französischen Großstädten der öffentliche Verkehr weitgehend stillstehen wird.

Die ganze Nachricht im Internet:


Österreich kritisiert Zulassung von Monsanto-Mais in Brüssel

Gen-Mais: Österreich kritisiert Zulassung von Monsanto-Mais in Brüssel (10.03.05)

Greenpeace-Aktivisten protestierten am Donnerstag in Brüssel anlässlich des EU-Umweltministertreffens gegen den kommerziellen Anbau genmanipulierter Pflanzen in Europa. Vor dem EU-Ministerrat haben sie einen Mais-Roboter aufgestellt, der die Fehlkonstruktion des Gen-Maises symbolisiert. Auf Transparenten fordern sie "Stop GMO invasion" ("Stoppt die Invasion der Gen-Saaten"). Die Umweltminister berieten heute über einen Antrag Österreichs, der die Anbaugenehmigung des Gen-Mais MON 810 von Monsantoin Frage stellt. Der von dem US-Saatgutkonzern vorgelegte Überwachungsplan erfüllt nicht die gültigen EU-Anforderungen. Voraussichtlich wird die Mehrheit der EU-Staaten den Antrag Österreichs unterstützen, darunter auch Deutschland.

Die ganze Nachricht im Internet:


DECT phones and health

We too had a cordless (DECT) phone, at the time had no idea it was a mini base station. It was on the bedside table next to my husbands head. He discovered a swelling in his gum about 18 months ago, which needed to be operated on and he also needed a bone graft. It turned out to be an Ameloblastoma (non- malignant tumour). We have often wondered if the DECT phone had anything to do with it?



My sister-in-law had a DECT phone in her lounge and developed exactly the same kind of tumour in the side of her face which was nearest to the phone when in her favourite chair.

Her husband died of liver cancer a couple of years ago. A dog in a neighbours house died of liver cancer also - at one point all 4 houses in the row had DECT phones! (one of them being my son).



My mother developed unexplained severe anaemia after having a cordless phone for a year. The doctors were very puzzled as to the reason why. She could not get on with the phone and after we changed it for a corded one the aenemia disappeared, say no more.

sue g

From Mast Network


Mobile phone radiation and health facts

'Within days, my heart was really bad'

Mobile phone radiation and health facts


No child left unmedicated

by Phyllis Schlafly

Heartland Institute


Big Brother is on the march. A plan to subject all children to mental health screening is underway, and the pharmaceutical firms are gearing up for bigger sales of psychotropic drugs. Like most liberal, big-spending ideas, this one was slipped into the law under cover of soft semantics. Its genesis was the New Freedom Commission on Mental Health (NFCMH), created by President George W. Bush in 2002. The NFCMH recommends 'routine and comprehensive' testing and mental health screening for every child in America, including preschoolers. Bush has instructed 25 federal agencies to develop a plan to implement the commission's recommendations...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The price we're paying for this war

by Don Mills



Italy, a staunch U.S. ally in Iraq despite strong domestic opposition to the war, has provided 3,000 troops and resisted growing pressure to pull them out. A clerk at the Morgana Hotel, where we stayed, declared: 'I am still trying to figure out why we are there in the first place. It is not our war.' A lot of Americans are trying to figure that out, too. This incident is just one more of the many horrible tragedies that have taken place in this war. Some 1,500 American soldiers have died, some 10,000 wounded or with limbs amputated, and more than 100,000 Iraqi civilians are dead. The costs to U.S. taxpayers continue to grow beyond $200 billion. The bombings, the killings, the kidnappings, the beheadings, the costs -- there seems to be no end...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Half a million gather for pro-Syrian rally to defy vision of US

by Robert Fisk

Independent [UK]


It was a warning. They came in their tens of thousands, Lebanese Shia Muslim families with babies in arms and children in front, walking past my Beirut home. They reminded me of the tens of thousands of Iraqi Shia Muslims who walked with their families to the polls in Iraq, despite the gunfire and the suicide bombers...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

What rise in freedom?

by Robert Kuttner

Boston Globe


Freedom is breaking out all over, so it seems. ... Here's the storyline: Just as Bush's neoconservative advisers planned, ousting Saddam transformed not just Iraq but the balance of power in the Middle East. ... Once Saddam went down, the other dominoes started falling. Just read the headlines: Syria, respecting America's new muscle, is thrown off balance. Lebanon, long Syria's puppet, is demanding liberty. Egypt's despotic president (and US client) Hosni Mubarak is suddenly promising fair elections. Saudi Arabia's local elections are more authentic than usual. On the Palestine-Israel front, there's suddenly progress. Iran is negotiating about shutting down its nukes. And in Iraq itself, the process may be a mess but something real is happening. Wow! If this picture is true, let's nominate George W. Bush for the Nobel Peace Prize. The only trouble is, the picture isn't true...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

An indecent act

by Bernie Sanders

In These Times


Apparently a lot of people in Congress do not believe that Americans should have the 'freedom' to make the choice about what they listen to on the radio or watch on TV. On February 16, the House passed the Broadcast Decency Enforcement Act of 2005 (H.R. 310) by a vote of 389 to 38. This legislation would impose vastly higher fines -- up to $500,000 -- on broadcasters who air so-called indecent material. What it doesn't do is provide any relief from the vague standard of
indecency that the Federal Communications Commission can arbitrarily apply. That means broadcasters, particularly small broadcasters, will have no choice but to engage in a very dangerous cycle of self-censorship to avoid the threat of a fine that could drive some of them into bankruptcy. If this legislation is enacted, the real victim will be free expression and Americans' First Amendment rights...


Doorstops and paperweights

by Terry Mitchell

Frontiers of Freedom


Ted Stevens (R-Alaska), chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, has come up with what he believes is a brilliant idea. He thinks the FCC should have to the power to hold cable and satellite channels to the same decency standards as over-the-air broadcasters. ... If government entities can get away with censoring material delivered as part of a private contract by means of privately owned equipment, then what's to stop them from censoring books, videos, newspapers, magazines, and even the internet? The First Amendment, you might say? Well, no, if the First Amendment could be interpreted in such as way as to allow the censorship of cable and satellite TV, our last line of defense would be broken down. Nothing could stop the government, as the flood gates would be opened to just about any kind of censorship they wanted...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Bush's UN pick

by Ian Williams

The Nation


The nomination of John Bolton to be US ambassador to the United Nations is a resounding declaration of American contempt for the organization and the rest of the world. When Condoleezza Rice forced Bolton out of his niche at the State Department, it was taken worldwide as a positive indication of the prospects of multilateralism in Bush's second term, in some measure compensating for the retirement of Colin Powell -- not least since no one was sure how much of a multilateralist Rice is. Some playful souls scared colleagues by suggesting that Bolton could end up as UN ambassador, but the consensus was that not even Bush could be that crassly insouciant about the views of the rest of the world. This week showed that once again, the world has underestimated the President...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Upholding Kennedy's brain

by Jonah Goldberg

Washington Times


Imagine you were asked to protect, uphold and defend the framfra of the United States of America. Or ask yourself, What if you were appointed to faithfully execute the queenestray of the land? You'd be forgiven if, before holding up your right hand, you asked, 'Uh, what's a framfra?' or 'Could you explain what a queenestray is?' After all, you wouldn't want to take an oath that required you to kill puppies or watch Carrot Top movies. Mature, sensible people generally don't agree to obligations they don't understand. But that is precisely what our elected and appointed leaders are asked to do today. When taking office, they swear an oath to protect, defend and enforce the Constitution of the United States. Yet it is becoming more and more difficult to say exactly what that means...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Faith-based imperialism

by Doug Newman

Strike the Root


In early 2001, Dubya said America would be a 'humble nation.' Since 9-11, however, our mission is one of faith-based imperialism. It is hubris run amok. Like the Blues Brothers, we imagine ourselves on a mission from God waging a jihad for Jesus. We act as if America has some divine appointment to rule the world...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The attack on Syria continues

by Harry Browne



[I]f the Syrians won't let the Lebanese express themselves, why are the American media making such a big thing out of a few thousand people holding rallies in Martyrs Square, rooting for the Syrians to leave Lebanon. We've all read about such demonstrations and seen them on television. From the media, we could easily draw the impression that there isn't a single Lebanese who doesn't want the Syrians out of Lebanon by High Noon. But it might help to add some perspective if the media just as ardently covered the pro-Syrian demonstrations -- which, in fact, are considerably larger than the anti-Syrian rallies...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Marine: Saddam capture was staged



A former U.S. Marine who participated in capturing ousted Iraqi President Saddam Hussein said the public version of his capture was fabricated. Ex-Sgt. Nadim Abou Rabeh, of Lebanese descent, was quoted in the Saudi daily al-Medina Wednesday as saying Saddam was actually captured Friday, Dec. 12, 2003, and not the day after, as announced by the U.S. Army. 'I was among the 20-man unit, including eight of Arab descent, who searched for Saddam for three days in the area of Dour near Tikrit, and we found him in a modest home in a small village and not in a hole as announced,' Abou Rabeh said. ... 'Later on, a military production team fabricated the film of Saddam's capture in a hole, which was in fact a deserted well,' Abou Rabeh said...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Blacks, women avoiding US Army

Christian Science Monitor


A study conducted by the Army last year and posted recently on a Defense Contracting Command website (but since removed after news stories discussed the study) indicates that women and young black men are increasingly staying away from the Army. The poll, based on interviews with 3,236 youth ages 16 to 24, showed that 'recruiting an all-volunteer Army in times of war is getting increasingly difficult.' Associated Press reports that these trends, combined with 'the negative effects of the Army's image as a last-resort career choice for what one study called the 'average Joe,'' mean the military, and the Army in particular, could be entering a 'prolonged recruting slump' just at the time when the US government wants to increase the Army's numbers...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Slain Italian agent had US operation permission

USA Today


The Italian agent killed by American forces in Iraq had U.S. military authorization for his operation to win the release of a hostage, Premier Silvio Berlusconi said Wednesday. In his first major address since Friday's shooting strained relations between Washington and one of its biggest allies, Berlusconi told Italy's Senate that the car carrying agent Nicola Calipari and hostage Giuliana Sgrena stopped immediately when a light was flashed. The U.S. military has said the Americans used hand and arm signals, flashing white lights, and firing warning shots to try to get the car to stop...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Canada OK's Killing of Thousands of Seal Pups


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