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December 26, 2001

Army harvested victim blood
Baltimore Sun | Submitted by: Soylent
"In an attempt to make America's biological arsenal more lethal during the Cold War, the Army collected anthrax from the bodies or blood of workers at Fort Detrick who were accidentally infected with the bacteria, veterans of the biowarfare program say."

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Where are Albert de Salvo's organs?
Boston Globe | Submitted by: Soylent
The Boston Strangler, Albert de Salva, was exhumed recently yet mysteriously many of his internal organs are missing. Have you seen Albert's heart, lungs, kidneys, liver, or spleen? Notify the Massachusetts Attorney General. Oddly, exhumations of his victims indicate that De Salvo may not even be the person who murdered them.

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Hindus did not always ban beef-eating
Lingua Franca | Submitted by: Soylent
"He argues that the current iconic status of the cow would have made little sense to the ancestors of present-day Hindus. The widespread assumption that beef eating was foreign to the subcontinent until it was introduced by Muslim invaders in the twelfth century is incorrect, insists Jha; not only were the ancient Hindus of the Vedic Age no strangers to the pleasures of beef, but the now prohibited meat once had an important position in the hierarchy of offerings made to Hindu gods."

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Osama bin Laden dead of lung cancer?
Pakistan Observer | Submitted by: Ludi
On Christmas Day the Pakistan Observer reported Osama bin Laden's earlier death and burial, but the link was broken until today: "Much dreaded Osama bin Ladin, the man on the top of the US list of most wanted men, had a peaceful natural death in mid-December in the vicinity of famous Tora Bora mountains, a Taliban leader who attended funeral of the Al-Qaeda leader confided to Pakistan Observer."

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Bubble wrap prison break
New York Post | Submitted by: Soylent
"A convicted rapist staged a brazen Christmas Eve prison break by covering himself in bubble wrap and hiding in a delivery truck, authorities said."

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