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https://plus.google.com/111551115673331179510 Sheldon Pascoe : Pascoe 1 Sheldon Pascoe Professor Bartotta ENC1101 12 April 2014 Anabolic Steroid use in sports...


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Sheldon Pascoe 

Professor Bartotta

ENC1101

12 April 2014

Anabolic Steroid use in sports

The competitive drive to win at all cost is fierce among athletes. Winning at all cost 

often includes using one of many performance enhancing drugs such as anabolic steroids, 

to achieve higher goals and set higher records than other drug free successful athletes.

Although athletes are performing at higher levels when using such drugs, like steroids, to

achieve higher goals and set higher records than other drug free successful athletes. 

Anabolic steroids are synthetic derivatives of testosterone. Their appropriate use is 

indicated for many medical conditions. Short term side effects may include sexual and

reproductive disorders, fluid retention, and severe acne.  The short term effects in men 

are reversible with discontinuation of steroid use.

The benefits and risks of taking steroids prescribed by a doctor, anabolic steroids

are often safe and effective. Patients who have low testosterone levels for a variety of

reasons can benefit from taking steroids to maintain normal levels of testosterone. This

improves symptoms over a very short term without serious side effects. But on the other

hand anyone seeking an edge on the playing field or in the gym should definitely look 

elsewhere. The side effects are endless for starters, men can develop overgrown breast 

muscles; women can develop facial hair and a version of male pattern baldness, and both

sexes can suffer severe acne. The drug can interrupt the growth spurt of adolescent boys,


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leaving them significantly shorter than they would have been. Although steroids can 

pump up a man's muscles, they can also shrink the males testicles and send his sperm count

and fertility plummeting. Users can also develop high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and

tumors of the kidney or liver. Athletes who abuse steroids have been known to suffer heart

attacks and strokes before they turn 30. Lyle Alzado, a ferocious defensive lineman in the 

National Football League, blamed his longtime steroid use for the brain tumors that 

eventually took his life. At this time, however, there's no proven link between steroid abuse

and brain cancer. Steroids can wreak havoc on the brain many users suffer from depression

and wild mood swings, a side effect often called ''roid rage.'' Some experts believe that 

steroids can cause aggression and even violent crimes, the National Institute on Drug Abuse

says that abusers take the drugs in quantities that are sometimes 10 to 100 times stronger

than recommended for legitimate treatment of testosterone deficiency. Additionally, people

who use them for non medical ends often ''stack'' their doses by taking two or more different 

steroids at once.

Anabolic steroids were first produced in the 1930s, and it wasn't long before they

made their way to gyms and locker rooms across the country.  Body builders, weight lifters,

and other athletes quickly discovered that the drugs could make them bigger and stronger. 

Nobody knows how many athletes abuse steroids few users get caught for instance, for 

football players and other athletes take the drugs during off season without fear of detection.

When major league baseball started widespread testing for steroids for the first time in 2003,

roughly 5 percent of players came up positive.


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A lot of people argue that using steroids in sports is cheating. It is giving an unfair 

advantage to other athletes over those who do not use steroids. For instance in the 1988 

Olympic track and field races Ben Johnson destroyed his competition with relative ease.

Including up and coming track star Carl Lewis looked like a turtle running against Ben

then a day later doctors ran some test and figured out that the star athlete was using steroids.

And took away his gold medal
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How-To - Inside the Ancient Japanese Cemetery  

The night had been dark for many hours by the time I hiked to this point.  It was raining and somehow the wetness seemed to make everything even more black.  There were old and new crypts, spider webs, lonely rotting wood, creaking trees in the heavy rain, and more strange sounds from the woods. Talk about eerie!  Japanese cemeteries are not places that people visit very often.  It's bad luck.  Naturally, I don't believe in any of that, so it was my good luck it was empty for photography!

Of all the spots around Kyoto, this is probably my favorite.  There is an area of 1,000 Red Gates that flow up and around a picturesque little mountain.  This cemetery is about halfway up the trek and it shoots off to the right.  It is both great and annoying to shoot in the rain.  I had to carry an umbrella, tripod, bag of camera goodies, and the like, and everything gets all jumbled up when it comes time to set up for a shot.  I need an assistant! :)

How did I do this one?  There were three exposures +1, 0, -1.  Normally I do 5 from +2 to -2, but in this case, it was so dark that the shutter speeds were outrageous enough.  I kept the ISO at 200.  The 14-24 lens was at 15mm.  It was aperture priority at f/5.6.  The three shutter speeds were 2/4/8 seconds.  

Here is one special thing I did on the last exposure.  It was DARK out there.  And I mean DARK.  I had my SB-800 in my bag.  On the last exposure, I ran over behind the gate to the right like Carl Lewis, and jammed the "Test" button about 5 times in every direction to light up that area.  I almost slipped and died...  I have no idea what a police investigator might assume if they found me in the morning.

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https://plus.google.com/112486254258500820102 Steven Dorado : On June 8, 1967, 34 American servicemen were killed and 174 were wounded during an Israeli attack on...
On June 8, 1967, 34 American servicemen were killed and 174 were wounded during an Israeli attack on the USS Liberty. According to former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Thomas Moorer, “Those men were then betrayed and left to die by our own government.” The survivors are still awaiting justice.

Rest In Peace

LT James Cecil Pierce, USN, 649805/6462
Born 11 July 1924, Clinton, North Carolina
Active duty since 6 August 1941
Wife: Pauline M. Pierce, Virginia Beach (died later)
Parents: deceased
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
while destroying registered publications
Wife: died soon after.
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, grave 8576R, Section 13

Jerry Leroy Converse, June 11, 1943 - June 8, 1967
CT2 Jerry Leroy Converse, USN, 794 79 44
Born 11 June 1943, Puyallup, Washington
Active duty since 1 February 1965
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Ray Converse, Iowa
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Oak Hill Cemetery, Cherokee, Iowa, Plot Blk 2N, Lot 15, grave 4

Thomas Ray Thornton, February 1, 1944 - June 8, 1967
CT3 Thomas Ray Thornton, USN, 997 97 91
Born 1 Febuary 1944, Springfield, Ohio
Active duty since 27 July 1965
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Ray Thornton, Springfield, Ohio
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
- body recovered later
Buried: Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield, Ohio.

Francis Brown, May 6, 1947 - June 8, 1967
QM3 Francis Brown, USN, 778 76 70
Born 6 May 1947, Albany, New York
Active duty since 6 August 1964
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Wade Brown, Troy, NY
Died on bridge while operating the helm

James Lee Lenau, January 9, 1947 - June 8, 1967
CTSN James Lee Lenau, USN, 997 56 58
Born 9 January 1947, Washington, Missouri
Active duty since 24 September 1965
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Leander J. Lenau, Union, MO
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
in forward typewriter repair shop

Curtis Alan Graves, February 10, 1943 - June 8, 1967
CT1 Curtis Alan Graves, USN, 519 58 24
Born 10 February 1943, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan
Active duty since 22 August 1961
Mother: Florence McCullum Graves, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Father: deceased
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Grave #3773, Section 67
Remembrance: Memorial display planned for Military and Space Museum,
Frankenmuth, Michigan (dedication summer 1990).
Remembrance: Graves Hall (barracks) in Pensacola, Florida.

PC2 John Clarence Spicher, USN, 473 41 77
Born 15 Febuary 1937, Terentum, Pennsylvania
Active duty since 23 September 1954
Wife: Linda Lee Spicher
7901 Hampton Blvd., Norfolk, Virginia
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. John E. Spicher, Brackenridge, PA
Hit with rocket on main deck, died receiving emergency aid
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Grave #11362D, Section 13

John Spicher, February 15, 1937 - June 8, 1967
PC2 John Clarence Spicher, USN, 473 41 77
Born 15 Febuary 1937, Terentum, Pennsylvania
Active duty since 23 September 1954
Wife: Linda Lee Spicher
7901 Hampton Blvd., Norfolk, Virginia
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. John E. Spicher, Brackenridge, PA
Hit with rocket on main deck, died receiving emergency aid
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Grave #11362D, Section 13

Philippe Charles Tiedtke, 17 October 1944 - June 8, 1967
CT3 Philippe Charles Tiedtke, USN, 914 32 84
Born 17 October 1944, Santa Cruz, California
Active duty since 2 September 1964
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Arthur L. Tiedtke, Modesto, CA
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Lakewood Memorial Park, Hughson, CA

Robert Burton Eisenberg, 12 October 1944 - June 8, 1967
CT2 Robert Burton Eisenberg, USN, 776 09 35
Born 12 October 1944, St. Paul, Minnesota
Active duty since 3 February 1964
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Benj. Eisenberg, St. Paul, MN
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces

Duane Marggraf, January 27, 1945 - June 8, 1967
CT3 Duane Rowe Marggraf, USN, 773 96 50
Born 27 January 1945, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Active duty since 6 July 1964
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Carlton H. Marggraf, Fond du Lac, WI
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Remembrance: Brass Marker initially installed at Lakeside Park,
Fon du Lac, in the 1980s, later vanished to storage in the basement
of a city building. Following protests from local citizens, it was
placed on a wall in the Fon du Lac Court House.

John Caleb Smith, July 13, 1943 - June 8, 1967
CT1 John Caleb Smith, Jr., USN, 237 77 94
Born 13 July 1943, Ithaca, New York
Active duty since 30 June 1961
Wife: Sandra Ann Smith, 203 Wood Street, Ithica, NY
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. John Caleb Smith, Sr., Ithica, NY
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces

Jack Lewis Raper, August 28, 1944 - June 8, 1967
SGT Jack Lewis Raper, USMC, 1994072
Born 28 August 1944, Cedartown, Georgia
Active duty since 1 August 1962
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Mass Grave #1817, Section 34

Philip McCutcheon Armstrong July 4, 1929 - June 8, 1967

LCDR Philip McCutcheon Armstrong, Jr., USN, 569825/1100
Born 4 July 1929, Detroit, Michigan
Active duty since 5 June 1953
US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Class of 1953
Wife: Marie Kearney "Weetie" Armstrong, Virginia Beach, VA
Father: Philip M.C. Armstrong, Detroit, Michigan
Mortally wounded near the bridge attempting to extinguish large fire
Died about 4 hours later in battle dressing station
Received Navy Cross for heroism during battle
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery grave 2096X, Section 3
His wife died in 1988 of cancer.
Remembrance: Memorial display: Hall of Heroes, US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland
Memorial display: Military and Space Museum,
Frankenmuth, Michigan, dedicated November, 1990, contains
his Navy Cross, uniform, story of attack, copy of Ennes' book.

Lawrence P. Hayden, June 16, 1947 - June 8, 1967
CTSN Lawrence Paul Hayden, USN, B70 53 70
Born 16 June 1947, Houston, Texas
Active duty since 2 May 1966
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. James H. Hayden, Houston, Texas
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Mass Grave #1817, Section 34

David Skolak, August 12, 1946 - June 8, 1967
ICFN David NMN Skolak, USN, B50 17 83
Born 12 August 1946, Gary, Indiana
Active duty since 24 January 1966
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph J. Skolak, Gary, Indiana
Died in forward gun mount returning fire

Richard W. Keene, October 23, 1945 - June 8, 1967
CT2 Richard Walter Keene, Jr., USN, 778 82 75
Born 23 October 1945, Batavia, New York
Active duty since 10 November 1964
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Keene, Sr., Poughkeepsie, NY
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces

Carl C. Nygren, May 17, 1945 - June 8, 1967
CTSN Carl Christian Nygren, USN, 788 37 16
Born 17 May 1945, Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Active duty since 19 August 1965
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Arvid C. Nygren, North Babylon, LI, NY
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Mass Grave #1817, Section 34

Frederick James Walton, November 28, 1935 - June 8, 1967
CT1 Frederick James Walton, USN, 236 31 86
Born 28 November 1935, Niagara Falls, New York
Active duty since 8 December 1952
Wife: Audry Jane Walton, #3 Deuro Drive, Niagara Falls, NY
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Horace F. Walton, Niagara Falls, NY
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces

Edward Emory Rehmeyer III, September 25, 1945 - June 8, 1967
CPL Edward Emory Rehmeyer, III, USMC 2120919
Born 25 September 1945, York, Pennsylvania
Parents address 10/93: Mr. & Mrs. Ed Rehmeyer, Jr., Shrewsbury, PA 17361
Active duty since 8 October 1964
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces

Ronnie Jordon Campbell, November 4, 1942 - June 8, 1967
CT2 Ronnie Jordon Campbell, USN, 586 13 23
Born 4 November 1942, Sevierville, Tennessee
Active duty since 6 September 1961
Wife: Elizabeth E. Campbell
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Raymond C. Campbell, Sevierville, Tennessee
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Grave 1145C, Section 13
Remembrance: Ronnie Campbell Barracks in Edzell, Scotland

Alan Higgins, January 27, 1948 - June 8, 1967
CT3 Alan (NMN) Higgins, USN, 788 62 97
Born 27 January 1948, Weymouth, Massachusetts
Active duty since 16 September 1965
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Wilbur C. Higgins, Dover, Delaware
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Grave #1773, Section 12

Alexander Neil Thompson, Jr., April 5, 1943 - June 8, 1967
GMG3 Alexander Neil Thompson, Jr., USN, 770 47 21
Born 5 April 1943, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Active duty since 5 September 1963
Wife: Gail E. Thompson, 4 Crystal Drive, Warwick, Rhode Island
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Alexander A. Thompson, Greely, Pennsylvania
Died in forward gun mount
Remembrance: Navy gunnery training building for the Aegis system
named in his memory in 1990.

Jerry Lee Goss, Jr., May 30, 1941 - June 8, 1967
CT2 Jerry Lee Goss, USNR, 773 61 55
Born 30 May 1941, North Vernon, Indiana
Active duty since 29 June 1965
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Harry Herschel Goss, North Vernon, IN
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Mass Grave #1817, Section 34

James Mahlon Lupton, October 29, 1942 - June 8, 1967
CT1 James Mahlon Lupton, USN, 511 31 28
Born 20 October 1942, Shreveport, Louisiana
Active duty since 26 June 1962
Wife: Barbara Joan Lupton, 25E Sobria Loka, Yalova, Turkey
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Knot Lupton, Shreveport, LA
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Mass Grave #1817, Section 34

William Bernard Allenbaugh, January 23, 1944 - June 8, 1967
CT3 William Bernard Allenbaugh, USN, 684 49 96
Born 23 January 1944, Baltimore, Maryland
Active duty since 10 June 1964
Wife: Sandra Lee Allenbaugh, Lothian, Maryland
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Francis Allenbaugh, Baltimore, Maryland
Memorial: Mr. & Mrs. Allenbaugh presented a memorial plaque to
Calvert Hall College, a catholic high school attended by Wm. Allenbaugh,
in his memory.

Untitled Poem - By William B. Allenbaugh, Jr.
This is dedicated to my father, William Bernard Allenbaugh, Sr. killed on the USS LIBERTY, 8 June 1967

Fathers work,
To earn their pay,
To raise their families,
Day by Day.

Fathers console their children,
When they are sad,
They punish their children
When they are bad.

Some families don't have Fathers,
They are killed or die,
Some are in prison,
Others run away and cry.

But without Fathers,
Where would we be,
Probably swimming out farther,
Then drowning, helplessly at sea.

Warren Edward Hersey, October 14, 1943 - June 8, 1967
CT1 Warren Edward Hersey, USN, 903 67 11
Born 14 October 1943, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Active duty since 4 April 1961
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Warren O. Hersey, Stoneham, Mass.
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces

Raymond Eugene Linn, June 30, 1928 - June 8, 1967
CTC Raymond Eugene Linn, USN, 571 13 74
Born 30 June 1928, Adamsville, Ohio
Active duty since 25 September 1946
Divorced
Adopted Daughter: Linda Loucille Linn, Zanesville, Ohio
Daughter: Joy (Mrs. Larry R.) Linn Evans, Aurora, Ohio 44202
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Grave #1724, Section 12
Remembrance: Linn Barracks in Japan
Linn Operations Building in Sugar Grove, West Virginia

Gary Ray Blanchard, September 16, 1946 - June 8, 1967
SN Gary Ray Blanchard, USN, 771 77 22
Born 16 September 1946, Wichita, Kansas
Active duty since 11 February 1964
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Earl T. Blanchard, Wichita, Kansas
Died on operating table 0315 June 9, 1967
Buried: Lakeview Cemetery and Mausoleum, Wichita, Kansas

Anthony Peter Mendle, December, 1945 - June 8, 1967
CT2 Anthony Peter Mendle, USN, 777 62 87
Born 4 December 1945, Waterbury, Connecticut
Active duty since 11 August 1964 or 1965 (dates conflict)
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. John J. Mendle, Glendale, Arizona
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Resthaven Park Cemetary (West), Glendale AZ

David W. Marlborough, September 28, 1948 - June 8, 1967
CTSN David Walter Marlborough, USN, B10 04 80
Born 28 September 1948, Waterville, Maine
Active duty since 26 July 1966
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Wm. M. Marlborough, Springfield, Mass.
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Mass Grave #1817, Section 34

Carl Lewis Hoar, May 29, 1945 - June 8, 1967
SN Carl Lewis Hoar, USN, 774 46 48
(Shown as Carl Lewis Hoar on list sent for Navy Memorial)
(Shown as Carl Louis Hoar on official 1967 final casualty list)
Born 29 May 1945, Mount Vernon, Ohio
Active duty since 29 November 1963
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hoar, Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Buried: Mt. Vernon, Ohio

Allen Merle Blue, September 5, 1943 - June 8, 1967
CT2 Allen Merle Blue, USNR-R, 391 18 71
Born 5 September 1943, Yakima, Washington
Active duty USN from 22 SEP 61 to 21 JAN 66
Serving as a civilian for NSA
Parents: Washington State
Wife: Patricia Baccus Blue
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Grave 745, Section 48

Stephen Spencer Toth, September 12, 1939 - June 8, 1967
LT Stephen Spencer Toth, USN, 669613/1100
Born 12 September 1939, San Diego, California
Active duty since 5 June 1963
US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Class of 1963
Wife: Regina Chermont Toth, US Mission to Brazil
Avenida Morambi 3819, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Parents: Capt. & Mrs. Joseph C. Toth, USN, Virginia Beach, VA
Father: deceased - died about 1968.
Died 01 or 02 level, port side, of rocket fire
Received Silver Star for heroism during battle
Memorial display, Hall of Heroes, US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland
Buried: U. S. Naval Academy Cemetery, Annapolis, Maryland

Melvin Douglas Smith, February 27, 1938 - June 8, 1967
CTC Melvin Douglas Smith, USN, 493 95 96
Born 27 February 1938, Alamance, North Carolina
Active duty since 4 April 1956
Wife: Judith Ann Smith, 304 Moreno Courts, Warrington, Florida
Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Carlton Melvin Smith, Alamance, North Carolina
Died in Naval Security Group (intelligence) Department spaces
Remembrance: Smith Barracks in Florida

In May of 1966 Doug received an assignment to sea duty, and he boarded the USS Liberty on May 31, 1966. The family had moved back to North Carolina, and another son, Tim, was born there. The Liberty docked on February 28, 1967, and Doug rushed home to see his youngest son for the first time.

Doug's death on the Liberty continues to shiver through the lives of those who loved him. His oldest son, Douglas, recently wrote a poem for his father, "Epitaph at Sea with Constellation Above." In the poem, his father disappears, line by line, from the world:

Mariner, descend, and the sea conceal
bird and sky and the drowned father below,
who shall not sing, who shall not rise, but dwells
among the abandoned gods, a body
unfolding dark, restless and fathoms deep.
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Join the memorial service for the USS Liberty victims on June 8, 2013 at noon at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery.
Please call for an investigation to help bring closure to the sailors and their families who have suffered and felt betrayed by their country for 45 years.

Please read some of the articles about the USS Liberty published by the Washington Reportover the past 30 years. On Jan. 12, 2004 the U.S. State Department held a highly charged panel discussion on the attack, and prevented survivors and military experts who played a role in the tragedy from speaking (see Washington Report, March 2004, pages 9-11,http://www.wrmea.org/archives/259-washington-report-archives-2000-2005/march-2004/5019-those-not-invited-to-speak-steal-the-show-at-state-department-liberty-discussion.html.
It’s past time for a serious discussion with USS Liberty survivors and other experts. It is the least these unsung heroes—and all Americans—deserve.
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A former Navy attorney who helped lead the military investigation of the 1967 Israeli attack on the USS Liberty that killed 34 American servicemen says former President Lyndon Johnson and his defense secretary, Robert McNamara, ordered that the inquiry conclude the incident was an accident.

In a signed affidavit released at a Capitol Hill news conference, retired Capt. Ward Boston said Johnson and McNamara told those heading the Navy's inquiry to "conclude that the attack was a case of 'mistaken identity' despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary."

It was “one of the classic all-American cover-ups,” said retired Admiral Thomas Moorer, a former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman who spent a year investigating the attack as part of an independent panel he formed with other former military officials. The panel also included a former US ambassador to Saudi Arabia, James Akins.

Torpedo hole in USS Liberty

“Why would our government put Israel’s interests ahead of our own?” Moorer asked from his wheelchair at the news conference. He was chief of naval operations at the time of the attack.

Moorer, who has long held that the attack was a deliberate act, wants Congress to investigate. [Newsday]

Israel claims the USS Liberty was mistaken for the out-of-service Egyptian horse carrier El Quseir. Giddy up!

Fifteen years after the attack, an Israeli pilot approached Liberty survivors and then held extensive interviews with former Congressman Paul N. (Pete) McCloskey about his role. According to this senior Israeli lead pilot, he recognized the Liberty as American immediately, so informed his headquarters, and was told to ignore the American flag and continue his attack. He refused to do so and returned to base, where he was arrested.

Later, a dual-citizen Israeli major told survivors that he was in an Israeli war room where he heard that pilot's radio report. The attacking pilots and everyone in the Israeli war room knew that they were attacking an American ship, the major said. He recanted the statement only after he received threatening phone calls from Israel.

The pilot's protests also were heard by radio monitors in the U.S. Embassy in Lebanon. Then-U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Dwight Porter has confirmed this. Porter told his story to syndicated columnists Rowland Evans and Robert Novak and offered to submit to further questioning by authorities. Unfortunately, no one in the U.S. government has any interest in hearing these first-person accounts of Israeli treachery. [Washington Report]

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"Then, inexplicably, at 2 p.m., unmarked Israeli aircraft began attacking the ship." [Ledger Enquirer]

Israel attacked the USS Liberty using UNMARKED AIRCRAFT. This is the single fact which proves Israel knew exactly who they were attacking. Israel's story is that they thought USS Liberty was an Egyptian ship and therefore a legitimate target of war. Were that true, there would be no reason to attack a supposedly Egyptian ship with unmarked aircraft. The only possible reason to use unmarked aircraft to attack the ship is that Israel knew it was an American ship and intended to sink it, then to blame the attack on Egypt.

Moorer, who as top legal council to the official investigation is in a position to know, agrees that Israel intended to sink the USS Liberty and blame Egypt for it, thus dragging the United States into a war on Israel's behalf. This seems to be a common trick of Israel. Starting with the Lavon affair, through the USS Liberty, to the fake radio transmitter that tricked Reagan into attacking Libya, to potentially 9-11 itself, Israel's game is to frame Arabs and set them up as targets for the United States.

The official US investigation is discredited. And with it, every claim of innocence for Israel that relied on the official investigation as a source.

The real question facing the American people is why the US Government seems more concerned with protecting Israel after they are caught playing these dirty tricks, rather than doing something to convince Israel not to kill any more Americans.

"Evidence linking these Israelis to 9/11 is classified. I cannot tell you about evidence that has been gathered. It's classified information." -- US official quoted in Carl Cameron's Fox News report on the Israeli spy ring and its connections to 9-11.

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