Monday, May 15, 2017

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A judge sentencing Bryant Neal Vinas, a former altar boy from Long Island who later plotted attacks, had to weigh cooperation that dealt the terrorist network a staggering blow.
Service to Both Al Qaeda and U.S., and a Fate Hanging in the Balance

A judge sentencing Bryant Neal Vinas, a former altar boy from Long Island who later plotted attacks, had to weigh cooperation that dealt the terrorist network a staggering blow.

The State Department released satellite images showing a building thought to be a crematory, which would enable bodies to be disposed of without leaving evidence behind.
Amensty International/Forensic Architecture
Syria Prison Crematory Is Hiding Mass Executions, U.S. Says

The State Department released satellite images showing a building thought to be a crematory, which would enable bodies to be disposed of without leaving evidence behind.

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