US man to be added to FBI Most Wanted list

An American wanted on domestic terrorism charges is being added Tuesday to the FBI’s list of Most Wanted Terrorists, the agency said.

US media reports identified the addition as Daniel Andreas San Diego, 31, an animal rights activist wanted in the bombings of two corporate offices in California in 2003.

The FBI’s assistant director for counter-terrorism, Michael Heimbach, was scheduled to make the announcement at a news conference later Tuesday. (AFP)

Non State Authoritarian Movements: The Mentoring Challenge By Hakim Hazim Founder of Relevant Now

“I’m more willing to come out when I get my message from my commander.” David Koresh

Federal agency warns of radicals on right

The Department of Homeland Security is warning law enforcement officials about a rise in “rightwing extremist activity,” saying the economic recession, the election of America’s first black president and the return of a few disgruntled war veterans could swell the ranks of white-power militias.

New Mumbai attacks suspect held

Pakistani officials say they have arrested another man suspected of helping the militants who attacked the Indian city of Mumbai last year.

The interior ministry said Shaid Jamil Riaz was suspected of handling the accounts for the attackers’ group.

Ten militants launched a series of attacks in Mumbai (Bombay) in November, killing more than 170 people. (BBC)

Raw Data: Past Deadly U.S. Mass Shootings

A gunman walked into an immigration services center in downtown Binghamton, N.Y. on Friday, killing an unknown number of people, wounding at least six, and taking as many as 41 hostage. Here is a glance at some of the worst U.S. mass shootings in recent years:

— March 29, 2009: Robert Stewart, 45, shot and killed eight people at Pinelake Health and Rehab in Carthage, N.C. before a police officer shot him and ended the rampage.

Q+A - Who are the Somali pirates?

By Andrew Cawthorne

NAIROBI (Reuters) - It took the capture and rescue five days later of an American hostage to draw world attention back to the long-running phenomenon of Somali piracy.

The pirates also grabbed headlines last year for the world's largest sea hijack -- a Saudi supertanker carrying oil worth $100 million -- and the seizure of a Ukrainian ship with a huge military cargo including 33 tanks.

Kidnapped US captain freed; snipers kill 3 pirates

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) - Navy snipers on the fantail of a destroyer cut down three Somali pirates in a lifeboat and rescued an American sea captain in a surprise nighttime assault in choppy seas Easter Sunday, ending a five-day standoff between a team of rogue gunmen and the world's most powerful military.

The Case Head Spring 2009 "He's Ready, Are You?

In This Issue

  • Product Review: Brownell’s Spray Grit
  • March Meeting Minutes
  • Will We Learn From Mumbai?
  • Ever Wonder Why Airsoft Equipment Is So Hard To Find?
  • Police Concerned About Popular Toy Guns
  • MPTC Introduces Changes To Firearms Instructor Training
  • Full Spectrum Policing

N.Y. officials defend police response to massacre

BINGHAMTON, N.Y — Even if police officers had immediately entered the immigrant center where a gunman had just shot down 13 people, the victims' injuries were so severe that none would have survived, a county prosecutor said Sunday.

The shooting at the American Civic Association stopped shortly after the first 911 calls came in at 10:30 a.m. Friday, but police didn't enter the building until nearly 45 minutes later.

Pittsburgh prepares to remember slain officers

PITTSBURGH — The bodies of three slain Pittsburgh police officers will lie in state at a downtown municipal building, city officials announced Monday.

The viewing at the City-County Building will begin Wednesday afternoon for officers Eric Kelly, Stephen Mayhle and Paul Sciullo II. A memorial service will be held Thursday at an arena on the University of Pittsburgh Campus.

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