User:Killing Vector

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Mostly I'm on Wikipedia.

My interests include science, Native American issues, politics and political activism, beer, entertainment and popular culture, and really whatever comes to mind...

Articles so far[edit]

  1. Lakota Freedom Delegation says spokesman Russell Means 'hijacked' organization (January 5, 2008) Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  2. Canupa Gluha Mani speaks about Lakota Oyate, Lakota freedom (January 9, 2008) Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  3. 'No treaty withdrawal', says Lakota elder (January 12, 2008) Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  4. General relativity effect confirmed: satellite experiment (February 17, 2009)
  5. AIM activist, Leonard Peltier defender Robert Robideau dies (February 20, 2009)
  6. Sheffield pub is CAMRA's Pub of the Year (February 20, 2009)
  7. Adela Lupșe, outburst TV presenter, gives her side (February 22, 2009) Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  8. Egyptian treasures found in ancient tomb (March 13, 2009)
  9. Coup in Madagascar; opposition leader backs army (March 16, 2009)
  10. Madagascar President resigns, unclear rule in Antananarivo (March 17, 2009)
  11. Harlan Ellison sues CBS-Paramount, WGA over Star Trek royalties (March 19, 2009)
  12. US supports UN gay rights declaration (March 19, 2009)
  13. Alaskan Mount Redoubt volcano erupts (March 23, 2009)
  14. Authorities search home of owner of German Wikileaks domain (March 25, 2009)
  15. Utah legalizes homebrewing (March 29, 2009) Wikinews-original-report.svg Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  16. UN agency condemns new Afghan "Shia family law" (April 1, 2009)
  17. US Justice Department to withdraw Stevens charges (April 1, 2009)
  18. G20 protests: Inside a labour march (April 3, 2009) Wikinews-original-report.svg Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  19. Asian countries call for global currency (April 6, 2009)
  20. Canadian light aircraft stolen; Wisconsin State Capitol evacuated (April 7, 2009)
  21. Fox News movie reviewer fired for downloading film (April 8, 2009) Wikinews-original-report.svg
  22. One in five Americans finds socialism superior, poll says (April 11, 2009) Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  23. State of emergency in Thailand; protestors attack PM's car (April 12, 2009)
  24. Amazon.com de-ranks LGBT books, blames "glitch" (April 13, 2009) Wikinews-original-report.svg
  25. Music producer Phil Spector convicted of murder (April 13, 2009)
  26. Minnesota court declares Franken winner; Coleman considers appeal (April 14, 2009)
  27. Tamil protests underway in Oslo (April 14, 2009)
  28. French fishermen blockade Channel ports (April 14, 2009)
  29. Coleman appeals Franken victory in Minnesota Senate race (April 21, 2009)
  30. Pirate Bay case: Internet group attacks websites in "Operation Baylout" (April 25, 2009) Wikinews-original-report.svg
  31. Car plows into crowd during Dutch Queen's Day celebrations (April 30, 2009)
  32. US Supreme Court Justice David Souter to retire (May 1, 2009)
  33. Increased turnout, reports of violence at worldwide May Day demonstrations (May 2, 2009)
  34. Obama nominates Sonia Sotomayor to US Supreme Court (May 26, 2009)
  35. Left-wing EU parliament candidates debate in Cardiff (May 27, 2009) Wikinews-original-report.svg
  36. Workers at Swansea auto parts plant vote to strike (May 27, 2009) Wikinews-original-report.svg
  37. Interview with Anna Mikkola, Finnish Left Alliance candidate for European Parliament (May 29, 2009) Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  38. UK's Labour government faces cabinet resignations, electoral defeat (June 5, 2009)
  39. Possible bodies, wreckage from Air France Flight 447 found (June 6, 2009)
  40. Creigh Deeds wins Virginia Democratic gubernatorial primary (June 9, 2009) Wikinews-original-report.svg
  41. Civil unrest in Iranian cities after Ahmadinejad declares victory (June 14, 2009)
  42. 900 oil refinery workers fired after strike at Lindsey (June 19, 2009)
  43. "Major fire reported in Soho, London" — Wikinews, July 10, 2009
  44. "Former president Rafsanjani to lead Friday Iran prayers" — Wikinews, July 12, 2009
  45. "Ahmedi of Iran's PDKI discusses Kurdistan's general strike and the democratic future of Iran" — Wikinews, July 16, 2009 Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  46. "Former Iranian president Hashemi Rafsanjani leads Friday prayers" — Wikinews, July 17, 2009 Wikinews-original-report.svg
  47. "Walter Cronkite dies at 92" — Wikinews, July 18, 2009
  48. "Workers at England wind turbine plant stage occupation" — Wikinews, July 21, 2009 Wikinews-original-report.svg
  49. "Black spot on Jupiter is impact site, says NASA" — Wikinews, July 21, 2009
  50. "Vestas occupation continues; left-wing political parties voice support" — Wikinews, July 23, 2009 Wikinews-original-report.svg
  51. "Vestas delays closure of Newport plant" — Wikinews, July 31, 2009 Wikinews-original-report.svg
  52. "Food packages to Vestas occupiers cut off" — Wikinews, August 2, 2009 Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  53. "Dublin travel agents occupy offices against closure" — Wikinews, August 3, 2009 Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  54. "One shop defies court order, one shop returns to work in Dublin Thomas Cook occupation" — Wikinews, August 3, 2009 Wikinews-original-report.svg
  55. "Thomas Cook occupiers arrested, released; company to return to negotiating table" — Wikinews, August 4, 2009 Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  56. "Eviction notice served on Vestas occupiers" — Wikinews, August 6, 2009 Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  57. "Sonia Sotomayor confirmed in US Senate vote" — Wikinews, August 6, 2009
  58. "Vestas Cowes rooftop occupiers: "Save the environment, scuttle a NIMBY"" — Wikinews, August 7, 2009 Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg
  59. "Police evict Vestas protesters" — Wikinews, ~August 7, 2009 Wikinews-original-report.svg
  60. "Vestas plant in Newport, England shuts down" — Wikinews, August 13, 2009
  61. "Guitarist Les Paul dies at 94" — Wikinews, August 14, 2009
  62. "Leonard Peltier again denied parole" — Wikinews, August 21, 2009
  63. "Bus crashes into shop in Cardiff, Wales" — Wikinews, January 12, 2010 Wikinews-original-report.svg
  64. "British National Party loses all seats in Barking & Dagenham after general elections" — Wikinews, May 8, 2010 Wikinews-original-report.svg
  65. "Musician David Byrne sues Florida governor over campaign song" — Wikinews, May 25, 2010 Wikinews-original-report.svg
  66. "Open Rights Group holds first conference in London" — Wikinews, July 25, 2010 Wikinews-original-report.svg
  67. "California's same-sex marriage ban ruled unconstitutional; appeal expected" — Wikinews, August 4, 2010 Wikinews-original-report.svg
  68. "US Defense Secretary announces cuts in Pentagon programs" — Wikinews, August 9, 2010
  69. "Tea Party-endorsed Christine O'Donnell wins Delaware Senate primary" — Wikinews, September 14, 2010
  70. "Wikinews interviews evicted London Metropolitan University occupier" — Wikinews, May 10, 2011 Wikinews-exclusive-interview.svg

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