CNN questioning why all the reporters and landlord are in suspects' apartment
"Sheldon Adelson’s Purchase of Las Vegas Newspaper Seen as Power Play"
(also) => http://mondoweiss.net/2016/02/all-eyes-are-on-sheldon-adelson-and-even-trump-courts-him-with-israel-rant/
[flashback] => time.com/35491/sheldon-adelson-republican-2016-presidential-race/
http://forward.com/news/327694/move-over-rupert-sheldon-adelsons-secret-media-reach-revealed/
With a chip under your skin, you can do everything from unlocking doors to starting motorbikes, says Frank Swain, who has been trying to get his own implant
Interviews on extensive surveillance campaign against Tacoma, Washington/USA antiwar activists by military personnel, local police, and JTTF
'World Economic Forum' (Davos): during his 3-day attendance, Netanyahu pushed for increased 'Cybersecurity partnerships' -- He met w/ heads of state & CEO's -- including bullying/prodding the Yahoo! CEO into investing & working more closely
with Israel [note: Ms. Mayer will visit Israel in July 2014] --
Of course, Yahoo! biz rivals Microsoft & especially Google are (already) very tightly entwined &
embedded w/ Israel.
^ ie. Israeli (`Cybersecurity`) profiteering operandi: via (strategically manipulated) espionage, sabotage & controlled 'leaks' (??)


Researchers at Oxford University have been exploring technologies, such as time distortion pills, that could mean the cruellest criminals will be kept alive indefinitely.
very interesting article via "MalaysianInsider" ('Problem-Reaction-Solution' perspective):
"The search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which allegedly vanished over the South China Sea on March 8th, has involved more than two dozen countries and 60 aircraft & ships, but been bedevilled by regional rivalries, geopolitical gameplaying, military maneuvering, clandestine operations & secretiveness" ...
*also (update, April 1st) -- http://willyloman.wordpress.com/2014/04/01/crisis-in-context-malaysian-airlines-flight-mh370-the-tpp-and-the-pivot-to-asia-a-geopolitical-thesis/

A decades-old urban legend was put to rest Saturday when workers for a documentary film production company recovered "E.T." Atari game cartridges from a heap of garbage buried deep in the New Mexico desert.