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Bio warfare on pakistan of another kind

This type of things can be done on a country which loses its ability to retaliate so that others take it non-seriously in trying to cheat it.

Did the importer obtain samples, and made agreement of fine prior to flying, and if the Australian Kangaroos had checked their sheep and provided a certificate?

Other countries dont even allow the landing of a single plant on their soil and keep it in quarantine before it is allowed in.

Pakistan to cull 21,000 infected sheep: official

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The sheep arrived some 10 days ago from Bahrain. Laboratory tests showed that they were infected with harmful bacteria. -AP File Photo

KARACHI: Pakistan is to cull thousands of Australian sheep after they were found to be infected with harmful bacteria, Karachi’s top administration official said on Sunday.

“The provincial live stock ministry ordered 21,268 sheep which arrived from Bahrain to be culled after laboratory tests showed bacterial presence of salmonella and actinomyces in them,” Roshan Shaikh told AFP.

The animals arrived some 10 days from the Gulf state, which had in turn imported them from Australia and refused to accept them after finding they were infected, Haleem Adil Shaikh, an advisor to provincial chief minister said.

“A Pakistani importer brought these sheep to Pakistan but we also ordered them to be culled after receiving report based on laboratory tests,” he added.

Five years ago, Pakistan culled thousands of chickens after they were found infected with H5N1 (birdflu) virus.

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I'll let you in on a little secret. If America wanted to use biological weapons in Pakistan you would be dead.

How About maybe figuring out how the sheep got this infection. Maybe seeing whether they had it in Australia or if they acquired it from the transport Ship. Or maybe it was the food they were eating? Maybe then you can prevent this from happening again.

Or we can just say America Dajjal did it.

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I'll let you in on a little secret. If America wanted to use biological weapons in Pakistan you would be dead.

How About maybe figuring out how the sheep got this infection. Maybe seeing whether they had it in Australia or if they acquired it from the transport Ship. Or maybe it was the food they were eating? Maybe then you can prevent this from happening again.

Or we can just say America Dajjal did it.

Obviously, you are an odious spooook, or a sycophant of the yankee and white.

The USA wont dare attack pakistan with bio-warfare WMDs openly as it is scared to attack Iran with drones.

The Israeli cowards sent a team of 25 mossad agents to kill one man in Dubai so it wont be revealed.

I bet, these arguments never came to your mind.

If the USA use WMD now, Russia will use it on the USA because everyone know the big great game that is going on.

When they say they need a missile shield against Iran, actually, the target is Russia. Russia and China would be more vulnerable without buffer states.

I say, shame on you for giving reasons that are FAKE.

No civilized and FREE country would ever let sheep with such disease on its soil and would FINE the other country HEAVILY and also not bury the dead sheep but INCINERATE it in furnace which is all very costly. Even the exposure of humans near such animals is RISKY and should be accompanied by HEAVY FINES to the white AUSTRALIANS.

taly's high court upholds convictions of 23 Americans [CIA] in kidnapping of Egypt terror suspect

Published September 19, 2012

Associated Press

ROME – Italy's highest criminal court on Wednesday upheld the convictions of 23 Americans in the abduction of an Egyptian terror suspect from a Milan street as part of the CIA's extraordinary rendition program, paving the way to possible extradition requests by Italian authorities.

The ruling by the Court of Cassation marks the final appeal in the first trial anywhere in the world involving the CIA's practice of abducting terror suspects and transferring them to third countries where torture is permitted.

The Americans were convicted in absentia following a three-and-a-half-year trial, and have never been in Italian custody. They risk arrest if they travel to Europe and one of their court-appointed lawyers suggested that the final verdict would open the way for the Italian government to seek their extradition.

`'It went badly. It went very badly," lawyer Alessia Sorgato said after the court announced its decision after a day of deliberations. `'Now they will ask for extradition."

Milan Prosecutor Armando Spataro, one of Italy's top anti-terrorism magistrates who shaped the prosecution, hailed the top court's decision, saying it was tantamount to a finding that extraordinary rendition `'is incompatible with democracy."

The court will make public its reasoning behind the decision in a written document in about 90 days.

`'We will see if the minister of justice intends to request extradition, since the final verdict poses this issue," Spataro said.

The Americans and two Italians were convicted in November 2009 of involvement in the kidnapping of Osama Moustafa Hassan Nasr, also known as Abu Omar, on Feb. 17, 2003 -- the first convictions anywhere in the world against people involved in the CIA's practice of abducting terror suspects and transferring them to third countries where torture was permitted. The cleric was transferred to U.S. military bases in Italy and Germany before being moved to Egypt, where he says he was tortured. He has since been released.

Those convicted include the former Milan CIA station chief, Robert Seldon Lady, whose original seven-year sentence was raised to nine years on appeal. The other 22 Americans, all but one identified by prosecutors as CIA agents, also saw their sentences stiffened on appeal, from five to seven years.

Previous Italian governments, both from the center-left and from the center-right had declined to act on prosecutors' requests during trial to extradite the American suspects, most of whom had court-appointed lawyers the defendants never met. While some of the defendants in the case were known figures attached to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in Milan, many of those named in the trial are believed to have been aliases, which would hinder extradition efforts.

Premier Mario Monti, an economist from outside of politics, is leading a government of technocrats concentrated on saving Italy from financial disaster. Since any extradition request can take months to run its course, and elections are due in spring, it could conceivably be a new government to have the final say on whether to press for extradition of the Americans.

Among those whose sentence was upheld was U.S. Air Force Col. Joseph Romano, who was security chief at Aviano Air Force base where the Egyptian cleric was driven from Milan before being taken by plane to Germany and eventually Egypt.

Romano's lawyer, Cesare Bulgheroni, said he would appeal the verdict to the EU human rights court in Strasbourg on the basis that Romano was never formally notified of the charges against him, and that lower courts had rejected some witnesses. Romano was one of only two Americans who received permission to hire his own lawyer during the original trial.

The court also ordered new appeals trials for five Italian intelligence agents, including the former head of military intelligence, Nicolo Pollari. They had been acquitted by lower courts because of state secrets. But the Cassation Court's ruling indicates that the lower appellate court, which will hear their case again, needs to give more scrutiny to the state secrecy line of defense.

Prosecutor Spataro said the ruling on the five Italian secret services agents `'seems to agree with what we said, that state secrets cannot be cause for impunity, and that a judge needs to decide case by case what evidence can be submitted" to the trial court.

During the original trial, three other Americans were acquitted: the then-Rome CIA station chief Jeffrey Castelli and two other diplomats formerly assigned to the embassy due to diplomatic immunity. Prosecutors appealed the acquittal, as they can in Italy. That appeal is still pending in Milan.

However, the courts did not accept the defense for Sabrina de Sousa, who was a foreign service officer at the U.S. Consulate in Milan facing a seven-year sentence.

Italian prosecutors contended that de Sousa, a naturalized U.S. citizen born in India, was a CIA officer working under diplomatic cover and was one of four main U.S. officials responsible for coordinating the kidnapping. De Sousa denies having been a CIA agent and said she was on vacation at the time of Nasr's abduction and had no role in it. She hired a lawyer to represent her in the final months of the Milan trial, and later unsuccessfully sued the U.S. government in Washington for diplomatic immunity.

De Sousa, who said she left the foreign service under pressure in 2009, said she was disappointed in the ruling because her team felt strongly that the case was circumstantial. She said the real push now should be to find out the officials in Washington ordered the extradition of an Egyptian cleric in the middle of an Italian investigation.

`'I have been fighting this on my own. I have nothing to hide. I have been repeatedly saying I had nothing to do with the planning and execution. I have been by myself and most importantly I have been trying to engage Congress," de Sousa said by telephone. `'The whole trial has focused on lower level officials and really took away the focus on who should be accountable, the State Department officials and the CIA officials around in 2003."

'The United States has now buried a really bad chapter that has tarnished U.S. history," she said. `'This is exactly what creates anti-American sentiment around the world."

Her U.S. lawyer, Mark Zaid, said in a statement that the decision harms the integrity of the system regarding diplomatic immunity. `'Diplomats around the world should consider themselves at greater risk today," Zaid said in an emailed comment.

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you are not pakistan-yar, you are enemey.

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^Umm.. you didn't take into account the single most important factor that could have allowed the infected sheep to enter. Corruption and simple mismangement. Corruption is rife at KPT. Bribe an official and import whatever you want.

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^Umm.. you didn't take into account the single most important factor that could have allowed the infected sheep to enter. Corruption and simple mismangement. Corruption is rife at KPT. Bribe an official and import whatever you want.

lol....just today we were told at work that certain KPT officials were demanding "extra charges" for unloading a vessel that berthed 7 days ago.

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It's only bacteria and cooking kills them. I could has juicy mutton chops. :( I indiscriminately ate loads of mutton daily which was supposed to be infected with the "mad cow" disease once when Australia sent it over. Birdflu, a virus, is different though. But still I had a good eating spree at a Chinese restaurant a few good times some years ago when everyone got scared of Birdflu and chicken prices had dropped lower than anyone's wildest imagination.

I'm still standing.~

Most probably, the upstart importer refused to give a cut to some big shot or official and got his flock culled. Or do you really believe they check each shipment? That's naive.

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Resident spooks and sycophants, pakistan may be corrupt, but how did these ANTHRAX infected sheep manage to get EXPORT LICENSE as well as certification as HEALTHY LIVESTOCK from your WONDERLAND of AUSTRALIA which you seem to worship!!!

Were they only sent to pakistan as BIOHAZARD material to be buried or to kill and infect pakistan with a NEW EPIDEMIC? We know, their eyes are on pakistan nukes, and they have very EVIL intent. If this case is not PROSECUTED against WHITE RACE AUSTRALIAN companies and they made to pay FINES and PENALTIES, then it is indeed a BIOWARFARE which will continue in other guises!!! The white races of USA, UK, and AUSTRALIA must prove that they are not engaged in BIOWARFARE by prosecuting their companies and their intelligence agencies giving MAXIMUM cooperation to PAKISTAN to bring the WHITE AUSTRALIAN CRIMINALS involved in this HEINOUS CRIME!!!

Traces of Anthrax found on Aussie sheep

September 20, 2012 - Updated 2222 PKT

From Web Edition

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KARACHI: The Department of Livestock Sindh has said that evidence has been gathered that points to the dead Australian sheep's being affected by the deadly Anthrax infection.

The day-to-day developments in connection with the Australian sheep's import to Pakistan continue to give a new twist to the story.

Only yesterday, the discovery of thousands of these sheep from a private compound in Malir District had raised new questions. Out of these, six were found dead with bleeding mouths. This is not it. More dead sheep were also discovered buried under ground and these had mouths infested with parasites.

Now a fresh disclosure hints at the dead sheep's being infected by the deadly Anthrax virus. Originally, it was believed that the sheep suffered from scabby mouth disease.

Due to the possible presence of Anthrax, the Department of Livestock has refused to get the post-mortem done on the dead sheep. The reason is clear. The deadly Anthrax virus can even kill the staff carrying out the post-mortem of the sheep.

Director Department of Livestock, Nazir Kalhoro has said that after the evidence hinting at presence of Anthrax, arrangements are now geing made to burry these sheep with the help of machines. Only those dead sheep will be put through post-mortem which had not contracted Anthrax, he added.

Meanwhile, as many as 1800 samples from the sheep have been sent for tests to the Livestock laboratories in Tando Jam, Karachi and Islamabad.

According to sources, the company that had imported the sheep has been served a letter in which it has been directed to prove the Anthrax claims of the investigation team wrong or get ready for a legal action.

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The YANKS (CIA=ALQAIDA) are in Afghanistan, planning for a SIMULTANEOUS attack on pakistan from the east and the west as well as also on Iran. The water floods will be released from India in the east. The NATO will invade from the west. The diseases will be spread from this direction. The blame will be put on pakistan. Once they get the nukes, you wont even get the kind of courtesy from them, as now. Musharraf will be arrested and made to testify against Kayani and against each other. Zardari will run away to switzerland and altaf will again ask india for forgiveness. A Q khan will be hanged with all his scientists from the posts and imran khan will be handed over to the alqaida and taliban would now be bombed with more gbus or even tactical nukes.

Basically, if disease spreads into the food supply, army will lose all strength and will to fight as soldiers would be vomiting food and blood. They will not fight iran directly with conventional but with tactical nukes as against japan since they put iran in kamikaze category.

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(salam)

When I went to High School in America, one of the things we had about the First World War was the infection of livestock with anthrax. It was done to animals being shipped to Europe. Mostly Army horses and cattle.

Obviously, ...

(I) taly's high court upholds convictions of 23 Americans [CIA] in kidnapping of Egypt terror suspect

Published September 19, 2012

Associated Press

ROME – Italy's highest criminal court on Wednesday upheld the convictions of 23 Americans in the abduction of an Egyptian terror suspect from a Milan street as part of the CIA's extraordinary rendition program, paving the way to possible extradition requests by Italian authorities.

The ruling by the Court of Cassation marks the final appeal in the first trial anywhere in the world involving the CIA's practice of abducting terror suspects and transferring them to third countries where torture is permitted.

The Americans were convicted in absentia following a three-and-a-half-year trial, and have never been in Italian custody. They risk arrest if they travel to Europe and one of their court-appointed lawyers suggested that the final verdict would open the way for the Italian government to seek their extradition.

`'It went badly. It went very badly," lawyer Alessia Sorgato said after the court announced its decision after a day of deliberations. `'Now they will ask for extradition."

Milan Prosecutor Armando Spataro, one of Italy's top anti-terrorism magistrates who shaped the prosecution, hailed the top court's decision, saying it was tantamount to a finding that extraordinary rendition `'is incompatible with democracy."

The court will make public its reasoning behind the decision in a written document in about 90 days.

`'We will see if the minister of justice intends to request extradition, since the final verdict poses this issue," Spataro said.

The Americans and two Italians were convicted in November 2009 of involvement in the kidnapping of Osama Moustafa Hassan Nasr, also known as Abu Omar, on Feb. 17, 2003 -- the first convictions anywhere in the world against people involved in the CIA's practice of abducting terror suspects and transferring them to third countries where torture was permitted. The cleric was transferred to U.S. military bases in Italy and Germany before being moved to Egypt, where he says he was tortured. He has since been released.

Those convicted include the former Milan CIA station chief, Robert Seldon Lady, whose original seven-year sentence was raised to nine years on appeal. The other 22 Americans, all but one identified by prosecutors as CIA agents, also saw their sentences stiffened on appeal, from five to seven years.

Previous Italian governments, both from the center-left and from the center-right had declined to act on prosecutors' requests during trial to extradite the American suspects, most of whom had court-appointed lawyers the defendants never met. While some of the defendants in the case were known figures attached to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in Milan, many of those named in the trial are believed to have been aliases, which would hinder extradition efforts.

Premier Mario Monti, an economist from outside of politics, is leading a government of technocrats concentrated on saving Italy from financial disaster. Since any extradition request can take months to run its course, and elections are due in spring, it could conceivably be a new government to have the final say on whether to press for extradition of the Americans.

Among those whose sentence was upheld was U.S. Air Force Col. Joseph Romano, who was security chief at Aviano Air Force base where the Egyptian cleric was driven from Milan before being taken by plane to Germany and eventually Egypt.

Romano's lawyer, Cesare Bulgheroni, said he would appeal the verdict to the EU human rights court in Strasbourg on the basis that Romano was never formally notified of the charges against him, and that lower courts had rejected some witnesses. Romano was one of only two Americans who received permission to hire his own lawyer during the original trial.

The court also ordered new appeals trials for five Italian intelligence agents, including the former head of military intelligence, Nicolo Pollari. They had been acquitted by lower courts because of state secrets. But the Cassation Court's ruling indicates that the lower appellate court, which will hear their case again, needs to give more scrutiny to the state secrecy line of defense.

Prosecutor Spataro said the ruling on the five Italian secret services agents `'seems to agree with what we said, that state secrets cannot be cause for impunity, and that a judge needs to decide case by case what evidence can be submitted" to the trial court.

During the original trial, three other Americans were acquitted: the then-Rome CIA station chief Jeffrey Castelli and two other diplomats formerly assigned to the embassy due to diplomatic immunity. Prosecutors appealed the acquittal, as they can in Italy. That appeal is still pending in Milan.

However, the courts did not accept the defense for Sabrina de Sousa, who was a foreign service officer at the U.S. Consulate in Milan facing a seven-year sentence.

Italian prosecutors contended that de Sousa, a naturalized U.S. citizen born in India, was a CIA officer working under diplomatic cover and was one of four main U.S. officials responsible for coordinating the kidnapping. De Sousa denies having been a CIA agent and said she was on vacation at the time of Nasr's abduction and had no role in it. She hired a lawyer to represent her in the final months of the Milan trial, and later unsuccessfully sued the U.S. government in Washington for diplomatic immunity.

De Sousa, who said she left the foreign service under pressure in 2009, said she was disappointed in the ruling because her team felt strongly that the case was circumstantial. She said the real push now should be to find out the officials in Washington ordered the extradition of an Egyptian cleric in the middle of an Italian investigation.

`'I have been fighting this on my own. I have nothing to hide. I have been repeatedly saying I had nothing to do with the planning and execution. I have been by myself and most importantly I have been trying to engage Congress," de Sousa said by telephone. `'The whole trial has focused on lower level officials and really took away the focus on who should be accountable, the State Department officials and the CIA officials around in 2003."

'The United States has now buried a really bad chapter that has tarnished U.S. history," she said. `'This is exactly what creates anti-American sentiment around the world."

Her U.S. lawyer, Mark Zaid, said in a statement that the decision harms the integrity of the system regarding diplomatic immunity. `'Diplomats around the world should consider themselves at greater risk today," Zaid said in an emailed comment.

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you are not pakistan-yar, you are enemey.

I have an idea. If the US really wants Julius Assange, then Europe can trade him for the 23 "night and foggers" ( Night and Fog was a twisted-cross Nazi tactic to terrorize its dometic opponents.)

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This is really laughable. Why the heck would they want to clobber their own puppet state in such a hurry when it is already too unstable and entirely under Western influence and hence not a threat in any way shape or form? It is and always has been helping them pave the way for their successes. Our nukes can not reach the US. Only India is afraid of them. And Wahabis running Pakistan are Saudi + American creation and servants. If this was like a nation that gave birth to Hizbullah or the Revolutionary Guards then it would make sense for them to disarm us, infect us with Anthrax, etc. We're already killing each other and tearing the country apart as onlooking Pakistani people apostate by viewing this circus in disgust. All this under the eyes of a well aware and well payed regime and opposition and Islamic clergy serving the CIA plan knowingly and unknowingly, directly or indirectly (via Saudi) and making it happen to meet schedule. Nukes are useless without the will to press that button. And that button requires US approval before it can be pressed anyway. No army officer is promoted to the rank of Brigadier or higher without CIA approval since the time of Gen. Zia ul Haqq. All our politicians and leaders exalt and worship the US and UK. Wake up and stop bothering people.

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