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October 06, 2001

Disposing of the Remains of the WTC Hijackers
Times | Submitted by: Soylent
Sitting in a Delaware refrigerator are the remains of some of the hijackers, presenting the FBI with a moral dilemma. Some extremist Muslims may treat any grave as shrines, so something else must be done with the remains. ['s suggestion, feed the remains to pigs, to prevent heavenly ascension.]

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The Bin Laden Bat Caves
National Post | Submitted by: Soylent
Speculations about the Al Queda hideout. "Some of his caves are alleged to have dormitories with lights and hot water for 2,000 people for months at a time, bolstered by gun emplacements and anti-aircraft missile launchers ... Russian intelligence officials say the bunker has tunnels that exit to three different countries -- China, Pakistan and Tajikistan."

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Secret U.S. Trials Most Extensive in History
Associated Press | Submitted by: Soylent
More than 500 people have been detained in the "largest criminal investigation in U.S. history", all of them held in secret and in most cases without any legal representation permitted. The scale and scope of this is staggering.

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