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Osama Files, Subway Psyops, Save The Bees
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Welcome to the New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:
Story #1: Pentagon Hides Files On Osama bin Laden Assassination
Secret Move Keeps Osama Records In The Shadows
Leaked Osama Bin Laden Report Reveals Pakistan Failures
Story #2: NYPD Conducting Multiple Gas-Attack Tests In Subway System
Feds Expose Subway Riders to Chemical Gas, Admits Ignorance to Health Effects
Plenty to Say About Subway Test Gas That Isn’t Seen
@xposinfalzhoods: #nyc #subwaygassing chemical used perfluorocarbons, diluted with nitrogen gas. over exposure leads to many health issues #newworldnextweek
Story #3: What's Killing Canadian Honeybees?
Xerces Society Says Wilsonville, Oregon Bees Died From Pesticide Poisoning
Two New Seasons Market Roofs Now Home To Bee Colonies
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Thursday, July 11, 2013
New World Next Week: Osama Files, Subway Psyops, Save The Bees - July 11, 2013
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