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November 05, 2001

Taliban uses prisoners as bloodbanks
canada.com | Submitted by: Soylent
"The Taliban keeps its victims alive for days, drawing their blood with a syringe every 24 hours until they succumb, he says. The blood is extracted by doctors on the orders of Taliban military officers. "They are army doctors and they make them do this by force," he says.

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NSA destroying critical data
Boston Globe | Submitted by: Soylent
"Analysts at the super-secret National Security Agency, acting on advice from the organization's lawyers, have been destroying data collected on Americans or US companies since the Sept. 11 attacks - angering other intelligence agencies seeking leads in the antiterrorist probe, according to two people with close intelligence ties."

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Lewd Cheerleading Crisis
Daytona Beach News-Journal | Submitted by: Soylent
It should be pretty clear to everyone that unmetered observation of cheerleading activities can and will lead to impure thoughts. And, some say, it may even be designed to do so, and therefore must be stamped out. "Shaking your rear end is really common in cheerleading. Cheerleading has become highly competitive and these young men and women have to stay up with the latest trends and the moves and the music."

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Hijacker Strategy
New York Times | Submitted by: Soylent
A great write-up by the New York Times of the hijacking -- the meticulous planning, avoidance techniques to not attract attention of authorities, how they communicated, and where they stayed (strictly Econolodge for these Arabs).

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