Former FBI consultant Paul L. Williams pieced together the potential for nuclear terrorism in his 2004 book Osama's Revenge(1). He based his findings on intelligence from US, British, Pakistani and Israeli sources which indicate that tactical nuclear weapons may have been stolen from the Russian arsenal in the chaos following the breakup of the USSR. Williams presents evidence that the "Chechen Mafia" acquired some of these portable nuclear weapons, and then negotiated the sale of 20 of them to representatives of Osama bin Laden.
The Jordan Codices are an ancient set of seventy lead tablets that could change the world’s view of Biblical history. In part one, religious scholar and...More »