Monthly Archives: March 2007

Lurita Doan – After The Hearing

    The moment Lurita Doan walked into the "brown bag"  meeting on January 26, 2007 at the GSA headquarters, her career as a government servant was in jeopardy. The moment it became public that Scott Jennings, White House deputy … Continue reading

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Decision Of The Ninth Circuit Court Of Appeals Rejecting Mohiuddin’s Petition

On February 23, 2007 the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco unanimously denied Mohiuddin’s petition for review of the deportation order against him. Below is the Court’s decision: Mohiuddin A.K.M. Ahmed petitions for review of a … Continue reading

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Mohiuddin’s Cold Blooded Murders – A Grandson’s Story

Sajeeb Wazed Joy, grandson of Bangladesh’s founding father Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, has written an account of the killing of his grandfather and most of his family by Mohiuddin Ahmed and his cohorts. Joy’s mother, Mujib’s eldest daughter, survived the massacre of August … Continue reading

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A Terrorist Hides In The United States

Once you have seen tanks on the streets, you are never the same. I was born into genocide and I grew up a witness to terrorism. I am scarred by man’s inhumanity to man. Killers have laid their filthy hands … Continue reading

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House Committee Investigating MZM

[Via Think Progress] Henry Waxman is requesting information on White House contracts with MZM: As part of the Committee’s ongoing investigation into waste, fraud, and abuse in federal contracting, the Committee has requested information on a $140,000 contract awarded by … Continue reading

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