- CIA boss John Brennan defends tactics used to interrogate post 9-11, but agrees some were “harsh” – Earlier this week, a senate report and times article stated that all water-boarding attempts on the prisoners were “brutal and ineffective”, despite earlier claims by high ranking CIA officials stating the information gathered was necessary for the killing of Osama Bin Laden. – Tried to show the “human side” of the CIA and that after the events of 9/11, they all grieved and prayed.
2. Storm Pounds Northern California. More than 220,000 people are without power after heavy rains and winds hit . . Northern California. – Due to previous droughts in area, mudslides are a huge risk and can cause even more damage. – So far there have been no deaths, only a few injuries.
3. Brazil serial killer alleges 42 deaths in a decade. Police say they arrested Sailson Jose das Gracas on Wednesday, shortly after he stabbed a woman to death in a city suburb. – Sailson Jose das Gracas, 26 said he began a life of crime at the age of 15 and killed his first victim at 17. – Admitted that he was hired for three of the male murders he had. – He said he preferred victims who were white females, whom he strangled.
(P.S. the blog wouldn’t come up for me, and when it did, it wouldn’t let me post or comment because I wasn’t signed in. When I tried to sign in the password wouldnt work and when I tried to reset the email never came.)