ENENews: TV: ‘Scary’ mystery illness killing off animals “at such a rapid rate”


TV: ‘Scary’ mystery illness killing off animals “at such a rapid rate” on West Coast — Hundreds of marine mammals found dead in small area — Gov’t Expert: “Something is likely affecting the entire ecosystem… Something is hitting them harder and faster… Something else seems to be involved” (VIDEO)
Published: October 19th, 2015 at 7:11 am ET
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U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Oct 8, 2015 (emphasis added): More than 200 dead or sick sea otters have been reported on beaches in [Alaska’s] Kachemak Bay region in 2015… A team of experts… are working to understand what has caused the spike in sea otter deaths and potential significance to the population… [T]he cause of death for many of the sea otters remains unknown.

Anchorage Daily News, Oct 10, 2015: Researchers see spike in Kachemak Bay sea otter deaths… [A news release from gov’t agencies] said the recent deaths and sickness could significantly affect the population.

KTVA transcript, Oct. 8, 2015: Hundreds of sea otters have been found dead in the Katchemak Bay area near Homer this year. Veterinarians at the Alaska Sea Life Center are working with U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to figure out what’s making the otters so sick… It’s an unsettling mystery, killing off some of Alaska’s favorite furry animals.

KTVA, Oct 8, 2015: Unusually high number of sea otter deaths reported in Kachemak Bay… experts from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are working to figure out what’s killing off the otters at such a rapid rate. “More recently, animals have appeared otherwise healthy and seemed to have died very quickly,” said Dr. Carrie Goertz… “it’s scary to know there’s something out there in the wild that we may or may not be able to do anything about.”

Peninsula Clarion, Oct 10, 2015: Spike in otter deaths in Kachemak Bay… “They were pretty healthy-looking, other than they were dead” [said Marc Webber, U.S. Fish & Wildlife]… The otters are clearly unwell… nonresponsive and unable to move, [Dr. Carrie Goetz, SeaLife Center veterinarian] said. “There haven’t been any obvious causes of death,” Goetz said. “That’s been limiting our understanding of what’s going on.”… Reports of dead animals of multiple species have risen in the Kachemak Bay area in the last few months, including birds and barnacles… Increased numbers of dead whales had been spotted as well…

KBBI, Oct 13, 2015: [Webber said] when something is going wrong with them, something is likely affecting the entire ecosystem… [Dr. Goetz] says they’ve been tracking a streptococcus illness… But the otters that have died since August seem different. “[They] have died acutely… in the last couple of months,” Goertz said… [What Webber is] seeing seems different than what he’s seen in the past. “Something is hitting them harder and faster… something else seems to be involved,” Webber said.

AP, Oct 14, 2015: “We’re finding otters all over the Homer area”… [the] otters are turning with neurological conditions that cause them to twitch, said Webber… dying otters could be an indicator that something is wrong with the entire ecosystem, according to Webber. The Alaska Sea Life Center has been tracking a streptococcus illness… but what’s happened since August is something new, said veterinarian Cari Goertz…

USGS California Sea Otter Stranding Network 2014 Stranding Summary: The number of sea otter strandings in 2014 (386) was the highest on record, 18 above the 368 sea otters that stranded in 2012. There were 340 strandings in 2013… A stranded sea otter is one that washes ashore dead or alive… NOTE: Stranding numbers only account for sea otters that people find… possibly less than 50% of sea otters that die in the wild end up on the beach…

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By Bruce Moyer: March 2015: The Most Powerful Court You Have Never Heard Of



Washington Watch | March 2015
By Bruce Moyer

Long The disclosures by Edward Snowden about the size and scope of the National Security Agency’s surveillance activities, both in the United States and abroad, has prompted a flurry of Congressional proposals aimed at reframing the foreign intelligence- gathering process. While the thrust of these proposals is aimed at the intelligence-gathering process itself, several would also alter the operations of the federal court in Washington that provides judicial oversight of intelligence gathering and, in fact, authorized the con- troversial NSA telephone metadata collection effort disclosed by Snowden.

The court we’re talking about is the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, or FISC. Described by CNN as “the most power- ful court you have never heard of,” the panel plays a significant role in the sensitive balance of foreign intelligence-gathering and civil liberties. Established in 1978 by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), the FISC hears applications from the government and decides whether to issue orders approving certain electronic surveil- lance activities for foreign intelligence purposes. Another Article III tribunal co-located in Washington, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review (FISCR), reviews the rulings of the FISA court. Collectively these are referred to as the FISA courts.

Unique Among Federal Courts
The FISC is unique among federal courts in its narrow jurisdiction, the selection of its judges, and the secret conduct of its day-to-day operations. The Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court plays an especially engaged role in the affairs of the court. The FISC’s 11 district court judges and review court’s judges are “designated” by the Chief Justice, foregoing the usual process of presidential appoint- ment and Senate confirmation. Similarly, the Chief Justice designates the chief judge of the FISC and the FISCR. The judges of both courts serve one term of seven years and are not eligible for a second term. Because of the sensitive nature of its docket, the FISC and the Review Court operate largely in secret and in a nonadversarial fash- ion. Since its creation in 1978, the FISC has operated primarily in an ex parte manner with the government as the only party presenting arguments to the court and seeking warrants approving of electronic surveillance, physical searches, the use of a pen register or a trap- and-trace device, or the access to business ecords for foreign intelligence and international terrorism investigations.

The FISC operates out of a secure location in the federal court- house in Washington, D.C. Each week, one of the eleven district court judges that comprise the FISC is on duty in Washington. Most of the FISC’s work is handled by the duty judge with the assistance of a small group of attorneys and clerk’s office personnel who staff the court. On occasion, judges outside of the duty-week rotation handle more complex or time-consuming matters, at the direction of the Presiding Judge.

The secret and nonadversarial nature of the FISC’s proceedings and the revelation of the court’s approval of the NSA telephone meta- data collection effort have spurred several Congressional proposals that would change some of the underlying practices of the FISA courts. The most controversial proposal involves the court’s appoint- ment of a special advocate when the court is considering a novel or significant interpretation of law. Other proposals would establish en banc panels of the FISC and would alter the voting rules of the FISC in an attempt to create a higher bar for the approval of government surveillance activities.

A Special Advocate Before the FISA Courts?
The appointment of a special advocate within the FISA courts has stirred the greatest controversy. The House last year passed legislation (H.R. 3361) giving the FISA courts substantial discretion to determine when to appoint an advocate, as well as decide the nature and scope of the assistance to be provided by the advocate. A broader Senate measure (S. 2685) last year would have more rigidly mandated the appointment of an advocate to make specific argu- ments involving privacy and civil liberties. The Senate bill stalled at the end of 2014, carrying the debate into 2015 with some urgency. Section 215 of the Patriot Act, which authorizes electronic foreign intelligence surveillance activities, expires on June 1.

Proponents of the appointment of a special advocate argue that the nature of a non-adversarial process prevents the FISA courts from hearing opposing viewpoints on difficult legal issues, especially ones involving privacy and civil liberty interests. The Federal Judiciary is not so sure. In a letter to Congress last year, Judge John Bates, then director of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (and a for- mer FISC judge) embraced the House legislation’s approach, which imparts to the FISA court the discretionary authority to appoint an advocate, a power the court already inherently maintains. Bates criticized the Senate’s approach, which directs the FISC to appoint an advocate in certain kinds of cases. “… [W]e are concerned that insert- ing into FISA court proceedings an advocate with a statutory mandate to make specific arguments would raise substantial legal questions and impede the courts’ work without furthering the interests of privacy or civil liberties,” Bates wrote. Those questions involve separation of powers and judicial independence considerations.

FBA Panel Session on the FISA Courts
These concerns and the broader challenge of balancing national security, privacy, and civil liberties will be spotlighted at the FBA Mid-year Meeting on Saturday morning, March 28, in Arlington, Virginia, when an esteemed panel of judges, lawyers, and academics will debate the pros and cons of altering the FISA courts and their operations. Consult the FBA website for further details.

Bruce Moyer is government relations counsel for the FBA. © 2015 Bruce Moyer. All rights reserved.


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Former WHO Official: Fukushima plant is dumping nuclear waste into ocean on a daily basis; “There’s no foreseeable end to it… and nobody has any good ideas on how to stop it” — Japan gov’t worried that attempts to reduce leakage will cause even more radioactivity to flow into sea (VIDEO)\

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Asahi Shimbun, Oct 26, 2015 (emphasis added): [TEPCO announced] the construction of seaside walls to block radiation-contaminated groundwater from seeping into the sea has been completed at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant… TEPCO officials said the underground walls will reduce the daily flow of contaminated groundwater into the sea from the previous estimated 400 tons to 10 tons. However, they said it will take a month or two to confirm the effectiveness of the barriers.

Japan Times, Oct 26, 2015: Tepco hopes the wall will significantly reduce the amount of contaminated water that has continued to flow into the Pacific more than four years after the 2011 meltdown crisis… 400 tons of groundwater was draining along the sides of the buildings and into the sea each day, after being contaminated with fallout from the 2011 meltdown crisis, according Tepco. The utility says an estimated 150 tons of underground water is still flowing into the basements of the damaged reactor buildings each day… Recent tests of water samples from the nearby sea have detected radioactive substances such as cesium-137 and strontium-90, but scientists have said the density is so low that it poses no immediate danger to human health. Yet, the ongoing flow of tainted water from the plant has raised anxiety and concerns among local fishermen and many consumers across the country. Tepco plans to keep monitoring the density of radioactive materials in the nearby sea over the next month. To isolate the four reactor buildings from the underground water, Tepco hopes to freeze the soil around them… The Nuclear Regulation Authority has yet to give permission for the operation, saying creation of frozen soil could drastically change the underground water level around the plant. If the water level outside falls lower than that inside, the contaminated water could leak out. Meanwhile, Tepco has not explained exactly how it will control the water levels, an NRA official said.

Dr. Keith Baverstock, former World Health Organization regional adviser for radiation and public health, published Oct 23, 2015 (at 37:00 in): “I’m really appalled at the way the international system has failed… Quite frankly, we don’t get anything through the media… There is no general understanding of the situation here in Europe, because the media are not putting this view forward. In fact, I think many people would be very surprised that it was still a matter for discussion. They would be even more surprised to learn that it’s still an ongoing accident, and that it hasn’t terminated yet. They’d be even more surprised that nobody has any good ideas on how to stop it. So this is a very big black point… for the nuclear industry — that they can cause a situation like this, where there’s no foreseeable end to it. It’s against international law to dump radioactivity into the sea, but that is precisely what is happening on a daily basis.”

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Housing Wire’s Ben Lane’s Article: Ocwen Posts Big Loss, Erasing Profits for 2015


Home » Ocwen posts big loss, erasing profits for 2015

Ben LaneOctober 28, 2015 5:08PM

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As the company itself predicted just last month, Ocwen Financial (OCN) is now in a position to record a loss in 2015, after the nonbank reported Wednesday that it generated a net loss of $66.8 million in the third quarter or $0.53 per share.

The company generated revenue of $405 million, down 21% compared to the third quarter of 2014.

According to a note from Briefing.com, Ocwen’s third quarter results were worse than the Capital IQ Consensus, which had Ocwen posting a loss of $0.22 per share.

For the full year 2014, Ocwen recorded a net loss of $546 million, a stark reversal from 2013, when Ocwen reported net income of $310.4 million.

The company told its shareholders in September that it expected to post a loss in 2015 as well, citing lower revenue expectations coupled with higher expected operating, interest and tax expenses.

Ocwen actually posted profits – albeit small ones – in the first and second quarters of this year. In the first quarter, Ocwen reported net income of $34.4 million, while in the second quarter, Ocwen reported net income of $10 million, but those profits have been undone by Ocwen’s rough third quarter.

According to the company, its cash flows from operating activities were $239 million for the third quarter, compared to $349 million during the same period last year.

The company said that its pre-tax loss for the third quarter of 2015 was $55.9 million.

According to the company’s earnings statement, its pre-tax results were impacted by a “number of significant items” including:

$41.2 million of net gains from sales of performing and non-performing agency mortgage servicing rights relating to loans with a total unpaid principal balance of $22.0 billion
A loss of $23.4 million of interest rate driven impairment of the company’s Ginnie Mae MSRs carried at lower of cost or fair value
A loss of $17.4 million in restructuring costs, which included severance payments to 300 of the company’s residential servicing employees at Ocwen’s facility in Waterloo, Iowa, which represented 10% of the company’s approximately 2,900 U.S.-based employees; and Fiserv platform exit costs, which the company stated was going to cost $10 million
A loss of $12.5 million of monitor costs
A loss of $11.1 million in legacy servicing claim reserves
A loss of $11.0 million in legal and other settlement costs
A loss of $8.2 million of expense incurred pursuant to the company’s agreement with New Residential Investment Corp. in connection with downgrades to the company’s Standard & Poor’s servicer ratings
Additionally, the company’s servicing segment recorded a $12.7 million pre-tax loss inclusive of the gain on sales of MSRs, MSR fair value changes and legacy servicing claim reserves.

“In the third quarter, we continued to make progress on our strategic and operating initiatives,” Ron Faris, president and CEO of Ocwen, said.

“Our asset sale strategy has succeeded in generating proceeds and gains for the company, enabling us to reduce leverage and focus on simplifying our operations,” Faris said.

“Our operating cash flow remained strong, enabling us to end the quarter with more than $731 million in available liquidity, including $459 million of cash on hand,” Faris continued. “The capital markets also continue to demonstrate strong support for the company, as we were able to successfully refinance our $1.8 billion OMART servicing advance facility and execute an amendment with our term loan lenders to give us more flexibility moving forward.”

At the end of July, Faris told investors that the second half of 2015 will be “challenging” from an income perspective for Ocwen.

Ocwen has been undergoing a shift in its business model over the last 18 months, ever since its $150 million settlement with the New York Department of Financial Services over its servicing practices.

In December of last year, Faris announced that Ocwen was moving away from agency servicing, which the company has done throughout this year.

In fact, Ocwen’s servicing portfolio has fallen significantly in 2015.

As of Sept. 30, 2014, Ocwen’s servicing portfolio was $411.28 billion in unpaid principal balance.

As of Sept. 30, 2015, Ocwen’s servicing portfolio had fallen to $288.07 billion, a decrease of more than $123 billion.

Ocwen noted that it originated forward and reverse mortgage loans with unpaid principal balances of $1.1 billion and $198.5 million, respectively, in the third quarter.

“We are making solid progress in developing our lending capabilities including expansion of our product offering,” Faris said. “Additionally, we are progressing as expected on the cost improvement initiatives that we laid out in the third quarter and anticipate identifying additional opportunities to reduce our operating costs. We remain committed to investing in our risk, compliance and technology infrastructure, and delivering best-in-class service to our customers.”

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Ben Lane is a reporter for HousingWire. Previously, he worked for TownSquareBuzz, a hyper-local news service. He is a graduate of University of North Texas.
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Under New Ownership


The property next door, changed hands, and I cannot in good conscious, continue with the old stories about the property.  Who knows where Robert (previous owner) went, or what happened to him. We have a good idea, but without any kind of evidence, I dare not say more.  
I will update as soon as I have something nice to say. Mama always said, “If you can’t say nothing nice, don’t say anything at all”. I personally added, unless you have the proof.

Unless and until things move along, it would be best if I get rid of all the inferences to criminal owners and illegal acts, etc. That way, I cannot be accused of slandering, defaming, libeling the new owners of the property. I will say, that the property had changed hands in May 2015, but change of ownership was not recorded into DeKalb County Georgia Records, until July 2015.

They have the house boarded up, but that does not mean there is no work being done over there, or that no one is planning to pick up harrassing us where DiNapoli left off. Only time will tell. We been here almost 21 years now, we ain’t going nowhere.

I will be revamping my blog, Keep a heads up yall, Fukushima is still killing us softly and slowly.

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10/26 (Mon) – ISIS affiliated jihadists warn of upcoming release of personal identifying info for, and attacks on, US mil personnel. Caution and incr awareness urged.

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On multiple occasions this week AlertsUSA subscribers were notified via text messages to their mobile devices regarding increasing threats of terrorism. Starting on Monday, AlertsUSA subscribers were some of the first in the nation to learn of new warnings by ISIS affiliated jihadists of the upcoming release of more personally identifying info for, and threats of attacks on, US military personnel. It is believed the source of the most recent threat is once again, British jihadist Sally Jones (a.k.a. Umm Hussain al-Britani), a western convert to Islam who is reported to have moved to Syria in 2013 and married fellow jihadist Abu Hussain al-Britani, who is reported to have been specifically targeted and killed just two months ago in a U.S. airstrike.

Readers are reminded that most recently, in addition to the release of a spreadsheet w/ names, addresses, email credentials and other information for 1400 US service members and government workers, along with a message urging Islamic State followers and supporters to “act and kill” those appearing on the list, she has released personally identifying information for the children of U.S. service members on the hit list, as well as the home addresses of both Robert O’Neil, the Navy Seal who put a few rounds in the head of bin Laden, as well as the Air Force pilot credited with killing U.S. born Muslim cleric and terrorist Anwar Al-Awlaki in Yemen.

While it may be easy to dismiss such threats as the ramblings of yet another crazed Islamist hell bent on trying to scare the American and British populace, Jones has been directly implicated in multiple previous attacks and disrupted plots, including the attack on the Draw Mohammad art exhibition in Garland, Texas earlier this year. Further, U.S. intelligence officials have said several ISIS suspects arrested this summer in New York, New Jersey, Boston and several other states are believed to have been influenced by Jones and her husband.

MI5: HIGH THREAT ENVIRONMENT, MASS CASUALTY ATTACKS

Moving next to Thursday of this week, AlertsUSA subscribers were also notified of a new warning issued by Andrew Parker, Director General of Britain’s MI5 internal security service within which he described the terror threat from AQ/ISIS as “unprecedented,” adding that the current level of threat was thehighest he had seen in a career spanning 32-years. Parker went onto say that there is solid intelligence the Islamic State is actively planning mass causality attacks in the UK, and that in the past 12 months his agency has thwarted six terror plots in the UK and another seven abroad. Parker also added that four fifths of his agency’s 4,000 field agents were directed at stopping terrorist attacks.

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AlertsUSA again cautions readers that despite a seeming lull in successful domestic terror attacks, it is important to realize this is not for lack of trying. There exist dozens of counter terrorism operations constantly underway in the U.S. and Europe, the details of which are rarely paraded before the media. Doing so serves no public, tactical or strategic benefit and actually makes it more difficult for the intelligence, investigative or protective services to operate. We urge readers to not fall into a cynical mindset brought on by the constant drone of internet and coffee house trolls claiming that ISIS is a creation of the CIA and Israel, all terror arrests are setups and that successful terror attacks are false flag operations. Far from it.

As an example, on Thursday of this week a 24 year-old New Jersey man, Alaa Saadeh, plead guilty to charges he helped organize a “small army” of ISIS fighters in the Garden State and New York. The second individual to plead guilty in connection with this New Jersey cell, Saadeh admitted giving money and credit cards to other members of the group to try to help them travel to Syria. If members of the group had failed to get to Syria or Iraq on their own, an alternate plan was to buy guns inside the US and target the White House and other landmarks for an attack. In the past year, the FBI has arrested 7 men from New York and New Jersey with ties to just this one terror cell.

And lets not forget that just last week, the Director of the FBI stated the bureau has approximately 900 active investigations underway of ISIS operatives across the U.S., as well as the fact that there is no way to screen the thousands of Syrian “refugees” coming to the U.S.

As of the time of this report’s preparation, since 9/11 there have been more than 27,000 separate Islamist terrorist attacks around the world. And this is just one organization’s count of those appearing in open source outlets. Further, only a small fraction of these attacks are categorized as battlefield actions against U.S. or Western soldiers. The majority are incidents like explosive devices tossed into schools and churches, suicide bombings in marketplaces, beheadings, amputations and crucifixions for not observing Islamic law, and so on.

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AMERICAS

Obama’s Military Policy: Down-Size While Threats Rise
Police used shotguns to deflate wayward military blimp
Russian bombers buzz carrier Reagan amid exercise
Most U.S. troops, vets would steer kids away from service
US Army opens 19,700 field artillery jobs to women
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EUROPE

Over 80% of asylum seekers in Germany unqualified
White House insists Russian warplanes buzzing U.S. carrier not ‘threatening’
Merkel slammed by her own Vice Chancellor as refugee crisis deepens
Edward Snowden praises EU parliament vote against US extradition
Russian Submarines Launch Ballistic Missiles From Barents, Okhotsk Seas

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Over 1,600 terror targets destroyed in 1 month of Russia’s Syria op
New Video Shows Al-Qaeda Using Weapons U.S. Gave to ‘Vetted Moderates’
U.S. to deploy special forces to Syria in advisory role
President Obama breaks pledge: U.S. will send ground troops into Syria
U.S.-backed Syrian rebel group says assault on Islamic State imminent
Iran arrests first American since nuke deal
U.S. strike kills former German rapper who joined Islamic State

ASIA

China: One Child Policy No More
China warns US it could spark war with ‘provocative acts’ in South China Sea
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