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Bibi1581 Blog For 04/17/2018: Morning Edition

1…………> Inspectors Allowed In Douma: Reports

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons(OPCW) was given access to the chemical attack site in the Syrian town of Douma, after a short delay due to security concern with toxic chemicals on the site while it was still held by rebel forces.

The OPCW inspectors are expected to gather soil and other samples to help identify any chemicals that might have been used.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov denied any interference.

“I can guarantee that Russia has not tampered with the site,” he told the BBC.

An attack on the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun in April 2017 led to the discovery that the nerve agent Sarin may have been used.

The World Health Organization said that according to reports from its medical sources in Douma, an estimated 500 patients exhibited signs and symptoms consistent with exposure to toxic chemicals.



2…………> Predator Locked Up: 105 Years

A Nashville man named Jarratt A. Turner, 36 who filmed himself sexually exploiting a toddler boy and an infant girl on multiple occasions were sentenced to 105 years in federal prison for multiple counts of producing and transporting child pornography.

Turner befriended two families with young children that he offered to babysit. Between October 2014 and May 2015, Turner took sexually explicit images and videos of the toddler girl on ten different occasions and of the infant boy on six different occasions while in his basement apartment in Nashville. The sexually explicit material included depictions of himself sexually molesting the two children, who were between the ages of 12 and 31 months during this period.

After making these recordings, Turner subsequently distributed these images via the Internet to others, and in an attempt to avoid detection by law enforcement, he only used publicly available Wi-Fi networks. With the help of a manager of a business where Turner frequently accessed the Internet, law enforcement officers were able to identify the defendant.


3…………> “Hide Them In Cellars”: Sir Winston

“Hide them in caves and cellars, but not one picture shall leave this island,” So did Sir Winston Churchill postulated yet another one of his immortal wisdom’s in 1940, determined that the National Gallery’s collection should be saved from Nazi attacks during the Battle of Britain, and made sure also that the masterpieces remained on the home isles.

An old slate mine in Manod, North Wales turned out to be the perfect medium for the National Gallery to keep its paintings safe by storing them underground.



4…………> UFO Vistors: Live SSA Video

A video captured by NASA’s International Space Station (ISS) live camera on Friday reveals what appears to be a 900-foot triangular UFO in the background.

The object lurking behind the ISS first pops up as three twinkling lights in a triangular shape, disgorging into an orb-like object before slowly fading into darkness.




5…………> F35s Landing: USS Wasp

PACIFIC OCEAN (April 13, 2018)

An F-35B Lightning II prepares to land aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD 1) off the coast of Okinawa, Japan. A detachment of F-35Bs with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121 joined Wasp for Spring Patrol 2018, marking the F-35’s first operational deployment with a Marine expeditionary unit. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Amy


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