News Burst 11 December 2019
- Apple has “deep concerns” that two Chinese-born former employees accused of stealing trade secrets from the company will try to flee before their trials if their locations are not monitored – could well throw yet another cog in the gears of any imminent US-China trade deal.
- Princess Beatrice, 31, is feeling the fallout from revelations that her father, Prince Andrew, was connected to Jeffrey Epstein, according to a new report.
- The largest U.S. truckload carrier, Celadon, filed for bankruptcy Monday morning, leaving 3,000 truck drivers and 500 administrative positions without a job two weeks before Christmas.
- Chile Air Force plane flying from Chile to Antarctica goes missing with 38 people on board.
- Sydney Engulfed in ‘Extremely’ hazardous smoke as raging bushfires intensify. The air quality in Sydney, Australia, continued to deteriorate severely Tuesday as about 100 bushfires burned in New South Wales and strong, north winds sent more smoke into the city.
- The Israeli Health Ministry has launched a probe after an undercover investigation revealed that Israeli psychiatrists prescribe antipsychotic or antidepressant drugs to yeshiva students to inhibit their sexual desires.
- A small group of vulnerable House Democrats is floating the longshot idea of censuring President Donald Trump instead of impeaching him, according to multiple lawmakers familiar with the conversations.
- As the list of behaviors covered by China’s social credit systems continues to expand, more voices are sounding the alarm about the lack of laws governing these systems.
- The wealthy single Chinese women choosing white sperm donors to have a baby – they want a family but not a Chinese husband.
- One officer and three civilians were killed after two shooters ambushed police before holing up in bodega and firing from behind the barricade in Jersey City, New Jersey. Dozens of schools are on lockdown with snipers on roofs.
- An ex-government official of Mexico has been arrested on charges that he allowed the Sinaloa cartel, headed by the notorious Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán, to continue operating in exchange for multi-million dollar bribes. Genaro Garcia Luna was arrested in Dallas, Texas.
- Contained within Monday’s FISA report by the DOJ Inspector General is the revelation that Fusion GPS, the firm paid by the Clinton campaign to produce the Steele dossier, “was paying Steele to discuss his reporting with the media.”
- Following the shooting spree last week at the Naval air station in Pensacola, Fla. last week by 2nd Lt. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, who shot and killed three people, Reuters reports that roughly 300 Saudi Arabian military aviation students have been grounded as part of a “safety stand-down.”
- New Zealand recovery teams were hoping to access the volcanic island on Wednesday where eight people are missing and feared dead, two days after an eruption killed six people.
Blind Items Revealed #5
The A+ list mostly movie actor who is an Academy Award winner didn’t exactly deny that he was being used as a patsy by ecological organizations using self generated disasters as money grabs from the wealthy.
Blind Items Revealed #4
While you celebrate Thanksgiving today, don’t forget exactly a decade ago when the billionaire pedophile was hosted for the holiday and the companion he was given by his hosts for the night. It is a Thanksgiving she won’t ever be able to erase from her mind.
Jeffrey Epstein/Glenn Dubin and Eva Andersson-Dubin
Blind Items Revealed #2
Glad to see that the media is finally looking into what I told you a couple of years ago. The murders committed by the founder of the cult who had his initials branded on women.
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