‘”I ran over here immediately, took my shirt off and threw everything right here, and just dove in the water,” Brieske said. Brieske swam to the car, but Mancuso was unconscious. Brieske tried banging on the window, but Mancuso did not respond. Brieske then noticed a crack in the passenger-side window. Water was flowing into the car.
‘”When that happened, that’s when I was like, ‘Alright, we need to get him out of here, because it’s going to sink any time now,'” Brieske said. “I started screaming, ‘I need a hammer! I need a hammer!’ Then some guy comes running up through the bushes, and he’s like, ‘I got one.'” Using the hammer, Brieske was able to gain entry to the car…’
What do the CIA, Fox News and NPR have in common?
‘Megyn Kelly, Fox News host, doesn’t want to see reports on the use of torture by the Bush Administration go live. Her reasoning is that it will endanger Americans when people see what the reports contain. Should, we as Americans, however, know what has been “done in their name” Judge Napolitano, Kelly’s guest, says on the show.
‘Watch the debate and decide for yourself – but you can probably guess our opinion. I guess when you’re a draft dodger like Bush and Cheney and every “war hawk” in Congress and in the news media, the idea that there are rules of warfare – no torture of prisoners – is brand new information.
‘We’re not proposing anything, but wouldn’t this make an interesting movies script? Former president, VP, National Security Advisor, Secretary of Defense, and CIA heads captured by the enemy and water boarded, sleep deprived and “re-hydrated.” …’
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More brand-name companies’ secret tax arrangements revealed
New Leak Reveals Luxembourg Tax Deals for Disney, Koch Brothers Empire
FedEx, Pepsi, and IKEA were mentioned earlier
‘…ICIJ obtained the Disney and Koch tax documents as part of a trove of information that details big companies’ complex financial maneuvers through subsidiaries in Luxembourg. ICIJ received these documents last month, soon after publishing an earlier set of leaked documents detailing the Luxembourg tax deals negotiated by FedEx, Pepsi, IKEA and 340 other globe-spanning companies.
‘Other companies appearing in the newest leaked files include Hong Kong-based conglomerate Hutchison Whampoa, private equity firm Warburg Pincus, and Internet phone giant Skype. One of the Skype files relates to a restructuring in which Internet mega-marketer eBay sold a controlling stake in Skype to private investors. Skype, based in Luxembourg, is now a division of Microsoft…’