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11:06 PM 9/14/2018 – “The Whiskey Thief” and “The Blended Straight Whiskers Chef’s Collaboration”. The pattern (of the New Abwehr operations) is completed, the picture is clear as “head and shoulders”. | Garrett Hull – Google Search

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TEFI (Russian: ТЭФИ) is an annual award given in the Russian television industry, presented by the Russian Academy of Television. It has been awarded since 1994. TEFI is presented in various sectors (up to 50 nominations in 2008[1]), such as television shows, notable people in the television industry, journalists,[2] channels. The winners are awarded with Orpheus statuette created by Ernst Neizvestny.

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whiskey thief is a tool that master distillers use to extract small portions of whiskey from an aging barrel for sampling or quality control. The old-fashioned ones are made typically of copper and resemble a drinking straw in design. It has a coned narrow hole at the bottom and a vent hole at the top in which a distiller can cover with the thumb once the device is inserted in the barrel to trap and lift the whiskey out. By removing the thumb from the upper vent hole, the whiskey is released to drain into drinking glasses for tasting.

This same tool can be used for sampling other distilled spirits or wine from large vessels, hence it can also be used as a wine thief. Newer models may be made of clear plastic or glass with the larger models having the capability of accepting a hydrometer for testing purposes.

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A prominent U.S. law firm had a deeper role than previously known in helping a Ukrainian leader suppress his main political opponent, court filings revealed Friday.

The firm — not identified in the filings but previously described as Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom — produced a 2012 report that was used to justify the jailing of an opponent of Ukraine’s then pro-Russian president, Viktor Yanukovych.

What hasn’t been revealed is that Skadden expressed reservations just a month before the report’s release. Skadden wrote a private message in November 2012 to political consultant Paul Manafort that the evidence of criminal intent by former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko “is virtually non-existent.”

Skadden had another potential conflict in the matter. While it purported to be an arbiter of the Tymoshenko matter, the firm had also been hired by Ukraine in connection with the former prime minister’s case. That included providing “training to the trial team prosecuting Tymoshenko,” according to the filings.

The details were released as part of a guilty plea Friday by Manafort, a former campaign chairman of President Donald Trump, who admitted to laundering more than $30 million earned over a decade while working as a political consultant for Ukrainian clients, including Yanukovych.

Skadden hasn’t been accused of wrongdoing. A firm spokeswoman wasn’t immediately available for comment. Previously Skadden has said it produced an independent report, that it hadn’t engaged in activities on behalf of Ukraine in the U.S. and wasn’t required to register with the Justice Department for working on behalf of a foreign government.

The Ukraine work has roiled one of the world’s most prestigious law firms. Skadden’s lead lawyer on the Ukraine report, Gregory Craig, who had served as President Barack Obama’s White House counsel, left the firm in April. He couldn’t be reached for comment.

Alex van der Zwaan, a Russian-speaking Dutch lawyer for the firm in London who also worked on the case, pleaded guilty in February to lying about his work with Manafort for the Ukrainian government and agreed to cooperate with the Mueller probe. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail.

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Skadden lawyers may have violated their ethical duties by failing to provide competent, independent legal advice in issuing their report or by helping further an injustice in the courts of Ukraine, said Rebecca Roiphe, who teaches legal ethics at New York Law School.

“Skadden could face some problems with disciplinary authorities in D.C., assuming this is as bad and as baseless as described,” she said.

Tymoshenko was convicted of embezzlement and abuse of power in Ukraine in October 2011.
Amid criticism from the U.S. and the European Union that Tymoshenko’s prosecution was politically motivated, Manafort, 69, solicited Skadden to write a report on behalf of Yanukovych’s government.

The report, released publicly, criticized some aspects of the case but concluded that the evidence supported her conviction and that her due process rights hadn’t been violated.

Manafort used one of his offshore accounts to funnel $4 million to Skadden to avoid public disclosure of how much the firm earned for the report, the filings say. Skadden earned more than $4.6 million in total for its work while the Ukrainian government reported it paid the firm only $12,000. The firm has said it returned some funds it held in escrow.

“Manafort and others knew that the actual cost of the report and the scope of the law firm’s work would undermine the report’s being perceived as an independent assessment and thus being an effective lobbying tool,” prosecutors wrote.

Manafort worked closely with an unnamed lobbying firm to “sell” the Skadden report in the U.S., including having the law firm hand out hard copies to U.S. government officials and members of Congress, the filings said.

— With assistance by Bob Van Voris, and Greg Farrell

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HITLER’S SECRET WAR IN SOUTH AMERICA 1939-1945 German Military Espionage and Allied Counterespionage in Brazil. By Stanley E. Hilton. Illustrated. 353 pp. Baton Rouge, La.: Louisiana State University Press. $20.

THE fascination with espionage, counterespionage and secret intelligence operations of every kind during the Second World War is endless. Year after year, we learn something new about the triumphs and defeats, the imagination, sophistication, dedication and courage – as well as the stupidity, greed and sloth – of the rival intelligence services who were then engaged in lethal combat around the globe. Since wartime intelligence literature keeps growing, we are now familiar with most of the activities of Britain’s supersecret Security Coordination apparatus and Special Operations Executive and of the United States’ Office of Strategic Services, Federal Bureau of Investigation and Naval Intelligence. We know how the theft of the German ”Enigma” enciphering machine and sheer mathematical genius enabled the British to penetrate Nazi military communications, and how the United States Navy broke the Japanese codes. Captured Axis documents tell us the Nazi, Italian and Japanese sides of the story. We can now make a powerful case for the notion that superior intelligence operations were at the root of the ultimate Allied victory.

Fresh material continues to turn up, throwing light on often important intelligence operations that have been generally ignored or overlooked. The latest case in point is Stanley E. Hilton’s superbly researched and extremely readable ”Hitler’s Secret War in South America 1939-1945,” which for the first time outlines the German effort to establish espionage networks in Brazil to monitor Allied shipping in the South Atlantic and beyond. The Germans wanted to track movements both of troopships destined for the Middle East and the Pacific and of merchantmen convoys bearing vital foodstuffs and strategic materials for Britain so that they could better direct their U-boats for the kill. A parallel mission was to spy on the American military buildup in strategic northeastern Brazil and to transmit to Germany reports from Nazi agents in the United States.

In the public mind, as is true even today, Brazil was at best a secondary security concern for the Allies. In reality, it was so important that both Washington and London went to extraordinary lengths to eradicate the German espionage networks there – not a simple proposition given the fact that for a long time key Brazilian officials (including the Federal police chief) were frankly pro-Axis. In March 1942, German agents in Rio de Janeiro and in the northeastern city of Recife informed their headquarters through clandestine radio transmissions that the British liner Queen Mary, carrying 9,000 American troops, was sailing along the Brazilian coast. As it happened, United States Signal Intelligence Service radio monitors intercepted the messages and provided the British with a timely warning; otherwise, Nazi submarine packs prowling the South Atlantic might well have sunk the ship.

In 1940, after the German conquest of Western Europe, reports reached the White House that Hitler planned to dispatch military forces to Brazil to support local German communities in setting up a Nazi regime; President Roosevelt became so worried that he ordered preparations to airlift 10,000 troops there and to ship another 100,000 troops by sea if the rumors proved true. (Actually, Hitler had never contemplated such an action.) And throughout the war, the State Department and the American Embassy in Rio de Janeiro were under unrelenting pressure from the United States military to destroy Nazi intelligence operations in Brazil.

This whole story is now told, in immense detail, by Mr. Hilton, a professor of history at Louisiana State University. He first published his findings in Brazil in his 1977 book ”Suastica sobre o Brasil” (”Swastika over Brazil”). Because Mr. Hilton named a number of members of the pro-Nazi Integralista Party, dissolved in 1938 after an abortive coup d’etat, as active German espionage agents, his book triggered something of a storm in Brazil. Former Integralistas accused him of being a Central Intelligence Agency operative, and attempts were made to close Brazilian archives to American researchers. The American edition, Mr. Hilton writes, differs from the original Portuguese version because it incorporates new material from declassified O.S.S., F.B.I. and Federal Communications Commission files, as well as confidential reports from the Brazilian police detective who played a key role in smashing the Nazi networks.

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Admiral Wilhelm Canaris began his military career in the Imperial German Navy, and served on the cruiser Dresden and in U-boats. He is most famous as the head of the Abwehr, the German Army’s military intelligence service. This made him one of the most senior figures in Nazi Germany, but his actions as head of the Abwehr were unusual to say the least!

Canaris is an intriguing character. Some of his closest associates within the Abwehr were leaders of the German resistance to Hitler – in particular Hans Oster and Hans Gisevius, but at the same time he was on good terms with Heydrich (despite the normal political infighting between parts of the Nazi machine), and appears to have had a good working relationship with Himmler. His organisation was less tainted by war crimes than most parts of the German military, but did take part in some on the Eastern Front. The opponents of the Nazis were generally restricted to the upper reaches of the organisation (and didn’t include everyone at that level), and most members of the Abwehr attempted to do their jobs loyally (if not always terribly effectively).  Canaris was directly responsible for saving a number of Jews, often by giving them jobs within the Abwehr, and then moving them out of Nazi controlled territory.

It is fair to say that senior German officers made very bad plotters. In 1938-40 they always seeming to be waiting for someone else’s actions, and as a result never actually acted. When they did finally move against Hitler in 1944 the plot was badly thought out, and unravelled in a day. To make things worse they kept detailed notes of what they were doing, and kept many of them in official buildings! Canaris was no better than the rest – his diaries, the documents that triggered his execution in the last weeks of the war, were actually found in a safe in a bunker in an Abwehr office within the OKW complex at Zossen, the home of the German Army High Command during the Second World War. Canaris was clearly supportive of the first wave of plots, although like the Generals seems to have felt that it was someone else’s task to actually carry out the plots. In 1944 he was probably aware of what was going on, but not involved.

Canaris’s early career was just as interesting. He entered the Imperial German Navy, and served on the cruiser Dresden, taking part in her voyages in the Pacific and Atlantic early in the First World War, fighting at the battles of Coronel and the Falklands, and escaping from internment in Chile. He then went on to command U-boats, and was at sea in that role when the German naval mutinies of 1918 began the fall of the Kaiser’s regime. In the post-war period he was a member of the right-wing opposition to the Weimar Republic, despite staying within the Navy. He helped shield some of the most notorious criminals of that period, and eventually had to go to sea to avoid more controversy. It was this grounding in post-war politics that brought him to the Abwehr, and at least initially made him a support of the new Nazi regime (probably).

This is an interesting biography of a most unusual man. We get a great deal of information on what Canaris did, but not a lot on his motives. As the author explains at the start, we simply don’t have the sources to access Canaris’s motives – there are no personal diaries, very few letters, and even the professional diaries only survive in fragments. The author has done a good job of ignoring the large scale post-war speculation about Canaris, which tended to portray him as one of the ‘good Germans’, a dedicated anti-Nazi. The true picture is clearly more complex, although it is still remarkable that someone who was clearly involved in plots against his own government could serve as head of a major intelligence agency for so long.

Part I: Officer of his Majesty
1 – A Naval Cadet from the Ruhr
2 – The Epic Last Voyage of the Dresden
3 – Agent on a Special Mission
4 – U-boat War in the Mediterranean

Part II: The Struggle against the Republic
5 – Servant of Two Masters
6 – The Murderer’s Helpers’ Helper
7 – On the Side of the Putschists
8 – Agent of the Counter-Revolution
9 – Military-Political Secret Missions
10 – The Shadow of the Past

Part III: Rise under the Swastika
11 – Hitler’s Military Intelligence Chief
12 – The Duel with Heydrich
13 – Between Führer, Duce and Caudillo
14 – Ousting the Generals
15 – A Double Game
16 – Between Obedience and Conscience

Part IV: Finis Germaniae
17 – The Will for War
18 – The Madness Unfolds
19 – The War of Extermination – Act One
20 – The Spirit of Zossen
21 – ‘Now There is No Going Back’
22 – Operation Felix

Part V: The Triumph of the Barbarians
23 – The War of Extermination p Act Two
24 – The Struggle for Power with Heydrich
25 – With His Back to the Wall
26 – The Undoing of Canaris

Part VI: Hitler’s Revenge

Author: Michael Mueller
Edition: Paperback
Pages: 288
Publisher: Frontline
Year: 2017 edition of 2007 original

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The German nuclear weapons project (GermanUranprojekt; informally known as the Uranverein; English: Uranium Society or Uranium Club) was a scientific effort led by Germany to develop and produce nuclear weapons during World War II. The first effort started in April 1939, just months after the discovery of nuclear fission in December 1938, but ended only months later due to the German invasion of Poland, after many notable physicists were drafted into the Wehrmacht.

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The Abwehr was the German military intelligence organization from 1866 to 1944. The organization predates the emergence of Germany itself, and was founded to gather intelligence information for the Prussian government during a war with neighboring Austria. After initial successes, the organization was expanded during the Franco-Prussian War in 1870. Under the direction of Wilhelm Stieber, Abwehr located, infiltrated, and reported on French defensive positions and operations. The Prussians claimed victory, largely because of the success of Abwehr agents. In 1871, Prussia united with other independent German states to form the nation of Germany. The new country adopted much of the former Prussian government and military structure, including the Abwehr.

The intelligence agency was again tested at the out-break of World War I in 1914. German agents worked to pinpoint the location and strength of the Allied forces, helping the German forces to invade and progress through northern France before stalemated trench warfare began. New military technology changed the nature of espionage. Agency director Walther Nicolai recognized the need for a modernizedintelligence force and reorganized the department to include experts in wire tapping, munitions manufacturing, shipping, and encryption. The agency tapped enemy communications wires, intercepting and deciphering Allied dispatches with measured accomplishment. The Abwehr sent several agents to spy on the manufacture of poison gas in France, and tracked munitions production and shipping in Britain. The organization sent saboteurs to disrupt the shipment of arms from America to Allied forces in Europe. Several ships were sunk in transit after being identified by agents as smugglingarms. German agents, often acting on information collected by Abwehr, set fire to several American weapons factories and storage facilities. While the Abwehr was generally successful, the loss of the German codebook to British intelligence somewhat undermined the agency’s ultimate efficacy during the war.

After World War I, the Abwehr ceased operation under the terms of the Versailles Treaty. The intelligence service was re-established in 1921. When the Nazis gained control of Germany in the 1930s, some members of the intelligence agency began to spy on their own government. The Nazis created a separate intelligence organization, the Sicherheitsdienst , or Security Service, headed by Reinhard Heydrich. In 1935, the new Abwehr director, Wilhelm Canaris, and Heydrich reached an agreement about the roles of each agency, but both trained and maintained their own espionage forces. Canaris reorganized the Abwehr into three branches: espionage, counter-espionage, and saboteurs. He appointed three distinguished Abwehr agents to lead the branches, but only on condition that they were not members of the Nazi party. This aroused the suspicion of rival Security Service. The two agencies came into conflict on several occasions, and as Heydrich gained power, he persuaded the government to investigate members of the Abwehr for espionage and treason. Several members of the Abwehr were arrested in 1939. Though a handful of the agency’s highest ranking officials were active as double-agents or as members of the Resistance, the organization as a whole continued its espionage operations on behalf of the German government.

At the outbreak of World War II, Abwehr resumed operations similar to those carried out during World War I. The agency was in charge of tracking troops and munitions transports, tapping wires and intercepting radio messages, and infiltrating foreign intelligence and military units. Abwehr placed two operatives inside the British intelligence agency for two years, and developed a highly successful encryption device called the Enigma machine. Agents tracked and monitored various resistance movements in occupied Europe, and even sabotaged military and government strongholds behind Allied lines.

Canaris made the United States one of Abwehr’s primary targets even before America’s entry into the conflict. By 1942, German agents were operating from within all of America’s top armaments manufacturers. Abwehr scored perhaps its greatest victories in the area of industrial espionage, as agents managed to steal the blueprint for every major American airplane produced for the war effort.

One of the Abwehr’s responsibilities during World War II was the extraction of information from prisoners of war. While Abwehr agents remained largely in control of seeking strategic information from British, French, and American prisoners, the Nazi government issued a special directive to various branches of the military regarding Russian prisoners of war. The Commissar Order, as it became known, instructed the Army to handle Russian prisoners as harshly as they deemed necessary for the retrieval of military information. At one time, German concentration camps held more that 1.5 million Russian prisoners. Canaris himself raised several objections to this policy, largely on the grounds that it undermined the authority and efficacy of his agency and could cripple the German war effort.

In 1944, Heinrich Himmler, head of the Gestapo, the Nazi secret police, assumed control of Abwehr after an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler and several other high ranking Nazi officials. Himmler suspected that the plot was the work of agents inside the government, most especially the Abwehr. The July Plot also exposed the work of those Abwehr agents who had intentionally leaked sensitive information to the Allies. Several agents, including Canaris, were charged with treason and executed. The Abwehr was then dissolved.

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Former FBI Director James B. Comey misled Congress when he testified that the FBI had reviewed the 694,0000 emails discovered on a personal laptop used by Clinton aide Huma Abedin and her husband, Anthony Weiner.

In fact, only 3,077 of the emails – less than half of a percent – were reviewed by three FBI officials during the course of rushed, 12-hour session the day before Comey exonerated Clinton of criminal charges for a second time, just two days before the 2016 election.

At the time, critics were skeptical that the Bureau could review so many emails in just a few weeks because it had taken a year to investigate an original cache of 30,000 emails discovered on the private server Clinton used for official work as Secretary of State.

Comey had credited “the wizardry” of technology and the diligence of countless agents working “night after night after night” to review the content, but new evidence brought to light during a months-long investigation by Paul Sperry of RealClearInvestigations, exposes Comey’s testimony as less than truthful.

The new evidence suggests that top level FBI officials in Washington and Attorney General Loretta Lynch initially sat on the new emails for a month. It was pressure from agents and prosecutors in New York who had discovered the emails and were afraid they would be blamed for a cover-up that finally forced the leaders to obtain a search warrant allowing them to examine the emails. Although they discovered new classified information that had been sent through the unsecured network, they chose not to prosecute anyone. In fact, Sperry reported, they did not interview Abedin until months after the election and never interviewed Weiner or Clinton.

Sperry’s reporting suggests that the FBI’s handling of the emails was politically motivated. Contrary to Clinton’s claim that the reopening of the email probe was an attempt to sabotage her campaign, the actions taken were meant to protect her he argues.

The second chapter of the email Clinton saga began about two months after the first one ended in July, when Comey said Clinton had been extremely careless in her handling of classified material in emails, but declined to prosecute her.

FBI investigators looking into sex crimes allegations against Weiner, discovered a large cache of emails relevant to Clinton on a laptop shared by Weiner and Abedin on September 26, 2016, . These included emails sent from Clinton’s Blackberry account that the FBI was unable to find in their 2015 investigation of Clinton.

According to a law enforcement official with direct knowledge of the investigation, most of the emails were never actually examined, despite the fact that the volume of potential evidence was ten times as great as the first investigation.

The official also revealed that even this cursory search yielded new classified and highly sensitive material sent and/or received by Clinton from her infamous basement server, which was “never previously sent out to the relevant original classification authorities for security review.” A few of the uncovered emails dealt with highly sensitive, classified information about Israel and the terrorist group Hamas.

Sources suggest that the “Weiner laptop” probe was suppressed from within and that the supposed investigation was nothing more than a show. Supervising agent Peter Strzok, who was ultimately fired last month for misconduct that included anti-Trump bias, waited until October 30, 2016 to try to obtain a warrant to search the emails, even though the FBI’s New York office first alerted headquarters to the evidence on September 28, 2016.

The warrant excluded emails before and after Clinton’s 2009-2013 tenure as secretary of state, even though the cache of emails spanned as far back as 2007. This would exclude the periods when Clinton set up her illicit private server and when thousands of emails suddenly vanished.

The authorities did not bother to interview Abedin or Weiner, said FBI sources who believe Comey conducted a cursory investigation, only after being forced to act by agents and prosecutors in New York.

The whistleblower agent in New York said he was told to delete the copy of the laptop hard drive, but that he believes the FBI is currently in possession of the actual machine with the evidence in-tact.

The Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) had previously revealed that practically all of Clinton’s emails were sent to a “foreign entity,” according to Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX). Back in July 2015, the FBI issued a referral to the Justice Department, warning that classified information may have been leaked to a foreign entity. Sources told The Daily Caller in August that it was actually a Chinese firm acting as a “front group” for the Chinese government that hacked Clinton’s private server, retrieving forwarded copies of the former Secretary of State’s emails in real time.

A five-year statute of limitations has expired on espionage crimes related to Clinton’s emails, but if the Weiner laptop investigation was reopened, Clinton could potentially be investigated for destruction of subpoenaed evidence, obstruction of justice and false statements that she provided during the congressional and FBI investigations that occurred from 2014-16.

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Top Trump adviser Jared Kushner overpowered opposition from the Pentagon, State Department, and the White House national security adviser in his bid to boost the alliance between Saudi Arabia and Israel, the administration’s first move in Middle East policy, Bob Woodward’s book reveals.

In Fear , Kushner’s clout in the West Wing is confirmed in Woodward’s telling of how President Trump’s unexpected trip to Saudi Arabia and Israel in May 2017 came about and how it set into play efforts to rekindle Middle East peace talks and isolate Iran.

Early in the new administration, Woodward writes, national security intelligence expert and Middle East director Derek Harvey began to raise concerns that Iran-backed Hezbollah forces in Lebanon were threatening Israel.

He warned of “catastrophic war,” but felt that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, and national security adviser H.R. McMaster “didn’t appreciate” the situation, writes Woodward.

So he visited the influential Kushner, who eventually suggested that Trump make his first overseas trip to Saudi Arabia and Israel, both foes of Iran and both given the cold shoulder by the Obama administration which had cut a controversial Iran missile deal the president hated.

“A summit in Saudi Arabia would also benefit Israel. The Saudis and Israelis, both longtime foes of Iran, had both open and important backchannel relations. Harvey knew to focus rigorously on such a suggestion from Kushner, who was obviously not just another senior presidential adviser. The son-in-law was speaking with at least the president’s knowledge if not his encouragement,” writes Woodward.

As Kushner and Harvey pushed the Saudi-Israeli trip, the opponents lined up to gently push back. According to Woodward, McMaster, Mattis, Tillerson, and Energy Secretary Rick Perry were a no.

[Byron York: Same old story: New Woodward book raises old questions about methods]

At a key meeting in March, “No one supported the idea of a summit in two months as Kushner was now proposing,” says the book.

No matter. Kushner dropped the hammer, says the book. “‘I understand this is very ambitious,’ the president’s son-in-law said. He stood. ‘I understand the concerns. But I think we have a real opportunity here. We have to recognize it. I understand we have to be careful. We need to work this diligently, as if it’s going to happen. And if it looks like we can’t get there, we’ll have plenty of time to shift gears. But this is an opportunity that is there for the seizing.’ No one said no.”

Fear reveals that Kushner also cut the key agreement to have Saudi Arabia buy millions of dollars in arms, a key reason for Trump’s visit to the area and a sign the nation was ready to counter Iran.

In pre-trip negotiations the Saudis apparently didn’t commit to buying enough, so, Woodward writes, Kushner picked up the phone and rang 31-year-old Mohammed bin Salman, son of the Saudi king, who he felt was the future leader of the kingdom.

It worked.

Kushner also broke protocol when he invited the prince to the White House where a lunch included the president. And still Tillerson and Mattis said the Saudi-Israel trip was happening too fast.

No matter. It occurred in May 2017 and set the stage for other behind-the-scenes policy victories for Kushner.

And it might have helped the prince too. As Woodward writes, following the Trump summit, “The next month Saudi king Salman at age 81 appointed MBS age 31, the new crown prince and next in line to lead the Kingdom perhaps for decades to come.”

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During Friday’s robbery, the two remaining suspects tried to flee but were captured “in short order,” Fitzgerald said. The identities of the three suspects have not been released.

The robbers had become “progressively more violent” during the course of their crimes, and police acted quickly to intervene when they discovered the bar was being robbed, Fitzgerald said.

“No other officers were physically wounded, but emotionally we’re going to have to walk through this very carefully,” he said.

No one in the bar was injured, Fitzgerald said.

“I feel like I stand up here far too often and speak about officers being assaulted and officers doing their jobs trying to create a safe sense of community and cooperation and collaboration in Fort Worth, and being the victims of violent acts,” Fitzgerald said. “We are certainly going to stand fast and be the beacon for the people out there who are victimized in our community.”

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