World News – October 22, 2014 – Ottawa, Canada shooting news, ISIS news, Ebola virus outbreak news
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Stories covered on this October 21, 2014 episode of the Nightly World News:
Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the slain gunman in Wednesday’s shooting at the Ottawa War Memorial and Parliament Buildings, had a criminal record in Quebec and British Columbia. Court documents obtained by CBC News show that Zehaf-Bibeau pleaded guilty to charges including drug possession and robbery. Zehaf-Bibeau, a Canadian born in 1982, was charged with drug possession in 2004. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 60 days in jail.
Zehaf-Bibeau was in trouble with the law again in 2011, this time in British Columbia. Following a robbery in Vancouver, Zehaf-Bibeau was charged with robbery and uttering threats. He was found guilty of the lesser charge of uttering threats and sentenced to one day in jail, with credit for 66 days already served.
Just hours before the shooting Canada had raised its terror threat level from low to medium. A government official said the move was in response to an increase in online “general chatter” from radical groups including Islamic State and al-Qaeda. On Tuesday a Muslim convert was killed by Quebec police after deliberately hitting two soldiers in his car, killing one and injuring another.
“Ottawa police tactical officers are here and very kindly pointed their guns at every reporter, ordering hands in the air and us to ground” – Globe and Mail reporter, Josh Wingrove.
In light of today’s incident in Ottawa, during which a soldier was shot dead, it’s important to recall how the Royal Canadian Mounted Police attempted to stage violence during a protest in order to frame innocent Canadians. Following the SPP protests in Canada in 2007, Quebec provincial authorities were forced to admit that three rock-wielding black mask-wearing “anarchists” were in fact police infiltrators used to gather information on protesters.
The U.S. government on Monday said it had approved the sale to Iraq of $600 million in tank ammunition manufactured by General Dynamics Corp saying it would help the Iraqi government establish an integrated ground defense capability.
The Obama administration has blocked the public release of disturbing torture photos out of concern they would endanger US troops. Now, a federal judge is giving the government until December to justify its actions.
A Louisiana man captures alarming statements made by a fire department member concerning Ebola preparations on video.
Opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan has hit a record-high, the U.S. Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) wrote in a letter on Tuesday, calling into question the efficacy of the $7.6 billion U.S. counter-narcotics effort aimed at curbing the illicit trade – an important source of funding for the Taliban insurgency, and a major contributor to the country’s rampant corruption.
Operating out of South Africa during the Apartheid era in the early 1980’s, Dr. Wouter Basson launched a secret bioweapons project called Project Coast. The goal of the project was to develop biological and chemical agents that would either kill or sterilize the black population and assassinate political enemies. Among the agents developed were Marburg and Ebola viruses. Is the current Ebola outbreak a manufactured epidemic?