News Burst 17 January 2020
- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle fleeing the palace is a fairy tale to take the media heat off of Prince Andrew. How far and wide this scandal goes depends on how Buckingham Palace acts. But that is not easy since Prince Charles has his own connections to an earlier sex trafficker named Jimmy Savile, who was knighted. Now, the royal reporters and US media are focused on Harry and Meghan and their whereabouts in the colonies. The only Epstein stories appearing in the US is how the feds in a lower Manhattan lockup really became the Keystone Kops.
- A new ‘impossible’ type of particle has been picked up by the Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna (ANITA) experiment’s particle detector balloon. According to researchers, particles which appeared to be “extremely high-energy neutrinos” detected by ANITA’s sensors have demonstrated the ability to travel ‘through’ our planet, something that should be impossible.
- Jeffrey Epstein’s estate was sued on Wednesday by the U.S. Virgin Islands, which claimed that the late financier sexually abused and trafficked in dozens of young women and girls on his private Caribbean island. The Virgin Islands said his misconduct was much more extensive, continuing to as recently 2018 and involving girls as young as 11 or 12.
- Twenty men in the United Kingdom have been convicted of raping and abusing more than a dozen teenage girls in the northern city of Huddersfield. The sentences have totaled 221 years in prison. Similar cases have erupted across South Yorkshire, with the National Crime Agency (NCA) reporting earlier this year that they believe upwards of 1,510 girls are believed to have been sexually exploited in the region over a 16-year period. The NCA said it had identified 110 people suspected of being part of child-grooming gangs in Rotherham, the largest town in South Yorkshire.
- Cryptos are now manipulated like the banks/currencies system, yesterday [they] spammed BCHSV/USD was the best performing and today is loosing 20%.
- Dutchsinse website/YT/Twitter and all the rest are showing no contents, not banned or closed or what… just valid but empty URLs. Apparently he’s only on Twitch.
- Nicholas Wilson, a financial services whistleblower who was fired by UK law firm, Weightmans, after exposing millions of pounds in unfair customer charges, claims the City of London relies on “dirty money” and says the world economy would collapse if the City stopped laundering it. Mr Wilson, a former litigation manager, said: “The EU wanted to tighten up on money laundering and the UK was the only country who voted against it… Capitalism relies on a swash of dirty money which is moved around and supports investment around the world.”
- Weekly Asteroid: In April 2017, a shiny fireball flew over the skies of Kyoto, Japan, raising questions about its potential origin and cosmic identity. Later, it was determined that the bright intruder belonged to a near-Earth asteroid called 2003 YT1. 2003 YT1, or 164121, is a binary asteroid that was discovered in 2003 and classified as a near-Earth object and potentially hazardous space rock, approximately 2 kilometres in diameter.
- During a speech to the Annual Evaluation Meeting for 2019 at the Bestepe National Congress and Culture Centre in Ankara Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that the country will be sending troops to Libya under an agreement with the Government of National Accord. Erdogan added that Turkey will use both military and diplomatic means to ensure “stability” in Libya.
- “The black boxes of the downed Boeing will be decoded in Ukraine. On January 15, the chairman of Iran’s aviation bureau and all specialists will come here, and decoding of the black boxes will start on January 20,” head of the Kiev Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise Alexander Ruvin said after returning from Tehran.
- A raid on a residential complex in Jerusalem has uncovered a “cult”-like group where dozens of women and children were being held against their will – including some girls who had their fingers placed into fires to “make them understand what hell is,” Israeli police say. The operation, which was carried out in an ultra-Orthodox neighborhood Monday, resulted in the arrests of the alleged ringleader and his eight female accomplices. They are suspected of isolating some 50 women in the complex, along with children ranging in age from 1-5, and keeping them out of contact with their families and the outside world.
- Thousands of porn actors have reportedly been affected and face the danger of their sensitive information, from passports and credit cards to the most intimate details, such as scars and body measurements, could go public. This potentially puts them under the threat of extortion, stalking, shaming and job loss. The personal data and copies of documents of more than 4000 adult industry actors became accessible to strangers amid a data leak from an international porn company.
- The timing of the media fuss over the alleged “Russian hack” of Burisma coincides with the resumption of the impeachment process by the Senate, say American academics, suggesting that the story could be a mere distraction aimed at evoking the specter of “Trump-Russia” collusion amid the 2020 election cycle.
News Burst 17 January 2020