Miscellaneous Headlines for January 29, 2015

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3 Responses to Miscellaneous Headlines for January 29, 2015

  1. Rich Buckley says:

    Jean, I’ve been seeing this “nerve gas used by Russia at the Donetsk Airport battle” also circulating in the headlines. What do your sources say:

    “Russian Nerve Gas Use Confirmed and Detailed by US Insider Contacts

    “A Ukrainian soldier in a hospital in government-controlled Konstantinovka (56km north of Donetsk) told the SMM that he was being treated for injuries sustained at the Donetsk airport on 19 January. He said 80 Ukrainian soldiers in total had suffered the same injuries, manifested in uncontrollable muscle spasms, vomiting and difficult breathing. Some, he said, had become unconscious. Eleven of the soldiers had been transferred to a hospital in Dnepropetrovsk, he said.”

    “Respiratory problems and muscle spasms among no less than 80 Ukrainian soldiers who’d fought at the Donetsk Airport (New Terminal), the focus of over six months of vicious combat.

    ” 1) the nerve gas/agent was delivered from aerosol cans employed by 2) Russian Spetsnaz assaulting the building who 3) were not wearing gas masks, which means 4) they took some sort of antidote before the attack, therefore didn’t need to be masked.”

  2. Captain says:

    EMERGENCY ALERT! Terrorists may attack Super Bowlhttp://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/01/29/superbowl/

  3. Ken Harris says:

    Sorry, would have commented earlier but was busy restocking the bunker.

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