Cold War Radio #194

Posted: May 4, 2015 in Uncategorized
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How Texas “Terror” Shooter Elton Simpson Avoided Prison In 2011


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How Texas “Terror” Shooter Elton Simpson Avoided Prison In 2011

Report: NYPD Cop Shot In Face By Ex-Con Dies From Injuries, Suspect Brags He’s A ‘Hell Raiser’ When Arrested

FCC Commissioner: Feds May Come for Drudge

Conservatives Must Oppose Bob Corker’s Capitulation

Today In Cold War History
1946 – In San Francisco Bay, U.S. Marines from the nearby Treasure Island Naval Base stop a two-day riot at Alcatraz federal prison. Five people are killed in the riot.
1961 – Malcolm Ross and Victor Prather attain a new altitude record for manned balloon flight ascending in the Strato-Lab V open gondola to 113,740 feet (34.67 km).
1970 – Vietnam War: Kent State shootings: The Ohio National Guard, sent to Kent State University after disturbances in the city of Kent the weekend before, opens fire killing four unarmed students and wounding nine others. The students were protesting the United States’ invasion of Cambodia.
1972 – The Don’t Make A Wave Committee, a fledgling environmental organization founded in Canada in 1971, officially changes its name to “Greenpeace Foundation”.
1979 – Margaret Thatcher becomes the first female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
1982 – Twenty sailors are killed when the British Type 42 destroyer HMS Sheffield is hit by an Argentinian Exocet missile during the Falklands War. The MOD report into the sinking of the Sheffield concluded that: “Evidence indicates that the warhead did not detonate”. The impact of the missile and the burning rocket motor set Sheffield ablaze. The missile strike fractured the water main, preventing the anti-fire mechanisms from operating effectively, and thereby dooming the ship to be consumed by the raging fire.
1988 – The PEPCON disaster rocks Henderson, Nevada, as tons of space shuttle fuel detonate during a fire. The fire and subsequent explosions claimed two lives, injured 372 people, and caused an estimated US$100 million of damage. A large portion of the Las Vegas Valley within a 10 mile (16 km) radius of the plant was affected. Damage within a 1.5 mile (2.4 km) radius was severe, including destroyed cars, damage to buildings and downed power lines. Damage to windows and moderate structure damage was recorded within three miles (5 km) of the incident.
The damage reached a radius of up to 10 miles (16 km), including shattered windows, doors blown off their hinges, cracked windows and injuries from flying glass and debris. At McCarran International Airport, seven miles (11 km) away in Las Vegas, windows were cracked and doors were pushed open. The shock wave buffeted a Boeing 737 on final approach.
An investigation estimated that the larger explosion was equivalent to about one kiloton of TNT, approximately the same yield of a tactical nuclear weapon.
1989 – Iran-Contra Affair: Former White House aide Oliver North is convicted of three crimes and acquitted of nine other charges. The convictions, however, are later overturned on appeal.
1990 – Latvia proclaims the renewal of its independence after the Soviet occupation.

Jerry Brown Considers Mandatory Fake Grass Law



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