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  • Kelly, the campaign spokesman for Republican Hazleton Mayor Lou Barletta, said the combination of paper ballots in Lackawanna County and lines potentially stretching past the official poll-closing time could make for late returns.

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  • Karen Seifert, a volunteer from New York, was outside of the largest polling location in Lackawanna County, Pa., on primary day when she was pressed by a Clinton volunteer to explain her backing of Obama.

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  • And I quickly see that around River Rouge — the old Ford factory, parts of which are now reduced, like the Bethlehem Steel plant in Lackawanna, to rusted steel carcasses, useless pipes, empty silos, and half-destroyed warehouses in the middle of which trees are growing — conversations switch easily from Arabic to English and back.

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  • Vice President Dick Cheney and several other Bush advisers at the time strongly urged that the military be used to apprehend men who were suspected of plotting with al Qaida, who later became known as the Lackawanna Six, the Times reported on its Web site Friday night.

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  • And in his January 2003 State of the Union address, Bush claimed that an al-Qaeda cell had been recently broken up in Buffalo, referring to the Lackawanna case.

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  • Top Bush administration officials, including (no surprise) Vice President Dick Cheney, argued that the president had the authority to use the military to round up a suspected terrorist cell known as the Lackawanna Six.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: NYT Editorial: The Military Is Not the Police

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  • Advisers believed that "the president had the power to use the military on domestic soil to sweep up the terrorism suspects, who came to be known as the Lackawanna Six, and declare them enemy combatants."

    Why Bush Considered Sending Military into Buffalo, NY

  • Somehow this distinction was lost on Dick Cheney, who in 2002 urged George Bush to send soldiers to New York to arrest the suspected sleeper cell called the Lackawanna Six.

    The Audacity Of Breaking The Law And Daring Someone To Do Something About It | ATTACKERMAN

  • He also extracted a crucial confession that led to the arrest of the so-called Lackawanna 6 -- six Buffalo, N. Y.-area men who had attended an Al Qaeda camp in Afghanistan, a case that has been publicly touted by top Justice Department officials as one of the Bush administration's biggest successes in the war on terrorism.

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