Dumpster Documents May Have Link To Saudi Family | Heraldtribune.com

The report goes on to disclose a narrative about an individual who in November 2001, _____ visited the United States for the first time. He traveled to Sarasota, opened a bank account and made initial queries into the purchase of property in south central Florida. _______ intends to establish a Muslim compound in Central Florida.
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HECKER: Bunkers with a view: Nike missile base to go on sale Saturday | Top Stories | News Democrat

Louis region. Known as Hecker SL-40, it was the home for Nike missiles that weighed five tons apiece and were as long as school buses (41 feet). They were designed to fire 1,100-pound warheads jammed with high explosives at Soviet bombers headed for the St. Louis region. All told, the Army built and operated nearly 300 Nike missile batteries from 1953-79 that were considered the nation’s last line of defense from enemy bombers. Today only a few of these sites remain in good condition, including one at the Golden Gate National Recreation Area in San Francisco known as SF-88 that has been taken over by the National Park Service after extensive restoration efforts from volunteers. The missiles at Hecker SL-40 were readied for a real-world launch only once — in October 1962, when the Cuban Missile Crisis led to an anxious confrontation with the Soviet Union.
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4th of July boaters, swimmers beware: Flooding debris still litters coastal Alabama waterways | AL.com

“We understand that the Fourth of July is a busy time on the water,” Alabama’s State Coordinating Officer Jeff Byard said in the news release. “Until this work is completed, boaters, watercraft users and swimmers should remember that there is still debris in some parts of these waterways, and some of it is not immediately visible because it’s below the surface.” Marine Police Division Director Colonel Steve Thompson said boaters using the waterways in question to avoid areas marked with buoys and use caution in general. “The marked areas are not safe places to boat, ski or tube because of identified debris,” Thompson said. “There are plenty of other areas on those waterways that boaters and swimmers can use safely, but even then they should exercise reasonable care.” When boating or using personal watercraft, Thompson said people should: * Keep a careful watch ahead for any debris in the water. * Keep your speed slow enough to be able to safely avoid any hazards that you encounter. * Watch out for other boaters and swimmers. * Remember, always pass to the right just like when driving a car when you approach another boat. Even folks swimming in these waters should use caution since debris deposited in the mud-bottom shallows is most often not visible. Sharp debris, including nails and glass, may be resting on sandy or hard bottoms.
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