GERMAN INTEL OFFICER ARRESTED OVER ‘ISLAMIST PLOT’ TO BOMB AGENCY HEADQUARTERS


German Intel Officer Arrested Over 'Islamist Plot' to Bomb Agency Headquarters

The suspect, a 51-year-old employee of the BfV, or the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, allegedly planned to bomb his employer’s headquarters in Cologne.

According to The Telegraph, German media reports that the suspect made a “partial confession” after being taken into custody.

An intelligence official speaking with Der Spiegel also indicated that the suspect shared “sensitive information about the BfV (Germany’s domestic security agency), which could lead to a threat to the office.”

A BfV spokeswoman similarly told the AFP that the suspect, who had been tasked since April with monitoring Islamist groups in Germany, had made “Islamist remarks online under a false name” and had offered “internal information during chats.”

http://www.infowars.com/german-intel-officer-arrested-over-islamist-plot-to-bomb-agency-headquarters/

 

A US GOVERNMENT AGENCY IS SCOLDING PEOPLE ON TWITTER FOR TEXTING AND DRIVING


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If you look at NHTSA’s Twitter feed right now, you’ll find that it’s just a non-stop stream of burns aimed at people who admit — sometimes gleefully — that they text and drive:

For what it’s worth, NHTSA is right: countless studies have linked texting in the driver’s seat with higher accident rates, and Werner Herzog himself has made a film about it.

http://www.infowars.com/a-us-government-agency-is-scolding-people-on-twitter-for-texting-and-driving/

 

DUE TO HIGH ARSENC LEVELS, FDA WARNS PARENTS TO AVOID INFANT RICE CEREAL


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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it was taking steps to limit the amount of inorganic arsenic found in infant rice cereal, a main source of arsenic exposure in infants.

The agency released a draft guidance to the industry that would cap inorganic arsenic levels at 100 parts per billion (ppb). Most cereals already meet that limit, or come close to it.

The agency is directing the industry to seek out rice sources that have the smallest amount of inorganic arsenic to use in its cereal products, according to Susan Mayne, director of the FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition. [1]

Said Mayne:

“Our actions are driven by our duty to protect the public health and our careful analysis of the data and the emerging science. The proposed limit is a prudent and achievable step to reduce exposure to arsenic among infants.” [2]

http://naturalsociety.com/fda-proposes-limit-inorganic-arsenic-infant-rice-cereal-7156/

 

DUE TO HIGH ARSENC LEVELS, FDA WARNS PARENTS TO AVOID INFANT RICE CEREAL


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The agency released a draft guidance to the industry that would cap inorganic arsenic levels at 100 parts per billion (ppb). Most cereals already meet that limit, or come close to it.

 The agency is directing the industry to seek out rice sources that have the smallest amount of inorganic arsenic to use in its cereal products, according to Susan Mayne, director of the FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition. [1]

Gerber issued a press release saying that its cereal already meets the limit proposed by the FDA.

The proposed limit was sparked by the results of testing of rice and non-rice products, as well as a 2016 agency risk assessment on the link between inorganic arsenic exposure and adverse pregnancy outcomes and neurological effects in early life.

The FDA tested 76 samples of infant rice cereal from retail stores and discovered that close to half of them met the agency’s proposed limit on inorganic arsenic. More than 3/4 of the samples had levels at or below 110 ppb.

The agency is not recommending that the general population change the amount of rice they consume, but said it was offering targeted information for pregnant women and infants to limit their exposure.

http://www.infowars.com/due-to-high-arsenc-levels-fda-warns-parents-to-avoid-infant-rice-cereal/