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|Take the unauthorized release of classified information very seriously/Diplomatic Security is conducting a damage assessment/Forensic analysis of hard drives/Investigation is ongoing|
- Israelis wiretap the entire middle east
- US knows most leaders are scum
- US knows most nations torture
- US has humint in some high places. Or rather, "will have had".
- US foreign policy in the ME is designed around Israeli not US interests
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06 June 2010
Tegus join a long list of nonnative wildlife that have emerged in Florida, including armadillos, feral pigs, Burmese pythons, Cuban tree frogs, walking catfish, rainbow skinks and rhesus monkeys.
Sekerak often visits reptile and pet shows to check out the latest exotic animals people are buying, because those animals eventually could end up in the wild.
"Florida is being hit by so many invasive species that it seems there's no way evolution will be able to keep up," she said.
Brock Hopkins acknowledged smoking pot before arriving to work at Great Bear Adventures on Nov. 2, 2007. When he entered the bear's pen, he was attacked and had to be hospitalized.
The owner of the attraction near Glacier National Park says Hopkins was a volunteer and that his use of marijuana caused the accident.
But Judge James Jeremiah Shea of the state Workers' Compensation Court ruled last month that Hopkins is eligible for benefits.
Shea found that Hopkins was paid, and therefore he's an employee. The judge also concluded Hopkins' use of marijuana was not the main cause of the attack.