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originally posted by: PokeyJoe
a reply to: crankyoldman
So the tic-tacs really have been ours this whole time? I wonder if we learned from the aliens or if this is just the logical progression of our own tech, just on a mind-boggling level?
... FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok and former FBI Attorney Lisa Page, the two discussed the possibility of developing “potential relationships” at a November 2016 FBI briefing for presidential transition team staff. Specifically, it appears they discussed sending “the CI guy” to assess an unnamed person(s) “demeanor” but were concerned because it might be unusual for him to attend...
Please describe the nature and extent of your review of FBI surveillance of the Trump Campaign, President-elect Trump’s transition staff, Vice President-elect Pence’s transition staff, President Trump’s staff, and Vice President Pence’s staff, including your efforts to determine whether that surveillance was adequately predicated.
How many counter-intelligence briefings were provided to the Trump and Pence transition staffs prior to Inauguration Day? Please list the dates, all agencies involved, and each official that represented those agencies at the briefings.
Many of the FBI employees involved in these activities are no longer employed by the federal government. How will your review obtain information needed from these individuals?
Will you commit to providing the results of your review once completed?
What steps have you taken to investigate whether DOJ or FBI officials had unauthorized contacts with the media during the Russia investigation?
Catherine undertakes work for local authorities, parents and children (whether directly or by their Guardians). She has significant experience of public law cases involving a wide range of issues including complex medical evidence relating to non-accidental injury and cases involving serious sexual abuse. Catherine regularly deals with cases involving issues of significant neglect, domestic violence, substance misuse, mental health and allegations of physical and emotional harm.
In private law proceedings Catherine’s practice has included residence/ child arrangement applications involving sexual abuse or domestic violence, intractable contact disputes involving emotional abuse, injunction applications and international relocation. Catherine also has experience in cases involving the enforcement of child arrangement orders.
He has recently accompanied Mr Blair on trips to Saudi Arabia to meet King Abdullah and was with him for a series of audiences with his nephew Prince Al-Waleed, one of the richest men in the Middle East, who has a reputed £15 billion fortune.
NIST SRM 2668 Toxic Elements in Frozen Human Urine NIST SRM 3668 Mercury, Perchlorate, and Iodide in Frozen Human Urine Two new certified reference materials developed in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are available from NIST for measurements of toxic elements and anions in urine. These Standard Reference Materials will be used by the CDC’s biennial National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey as quality control for urine tests, which monitor the U.S. population for exposure to environmental toxins. Because sample collection is non-invasive and the test results reflect recent exposure (within two days), urine is the preferred matrix for clinical diagnostics and biomonitoring of human exposures to certain toxic environmental chemicals. Typically, urine samples are frozen after collection while awaiting analysis. In the past, NIST produced freeze-dried SRMs for quality assurance of urine measurements, but no matter how closely freeze-dried materials resemble frozen clinical test materials, the differences between them are significant when used for quality assurance. “Commutability” is a tenet of clinical chemistry stating that a reference material should so closely resemble a specimen that the same types of tests run on both materials generate comparable results. To improve the commutability of reference materials for urine measurements, NIST developed the two frozen urine SRMs. Each new SRM contains two levels of elements and anions, one that corresponds to that of the 50th to 95th percentile of the U.S. population and one that corresponds to > 95th percentile of the U.S. population. The new frozen urine SRMs improve the quality assurance for the regulated toxic elements found in the freeze-dried counterparts SRMs 2670a, 2671a, and 2672a, and are ready for measurements of emerging environmental contaminants such as perchlorate. Perchlorate can modify thyroid function by competitively inhibiting iodide uptake. The Environmental Protection Agency plans to regulate perchlorate in the environment under the Safe Drinking Water Act. SRM 3668 is the first reference material to be certified for perchlorate in support of regulatory guidelines to come. SRM 2668 provides certified or reference values for 23 elements. The certification measurements of the two SRMs were made at NIST, CDC, Mayo Clinic, and the New York State Department of Health, where clinical techniques were used to ensure relevance of SRMs for the intended applications. The development of SRMs 2668 and 3668 reflects NIST’s commitment to continually improve chemical metrology to improve the health of the nation.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: crankyoldman
Amazing that Obama would pick "Renegade" as his Secret Service Code Name, when he campaigned on being a Unifier and Peace-maker.
The (noun) definition of Renegade is the same definition used for Traitor.
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: carewemust