LBN – Special Report – Monday January 30, 2017

2 Suspects Held in Quebec Mosque Attack:

Two suspects have been detained by police following a mass shooting at a Quebec City mosque that killed six people and wounded another eight. Witnesses at the mosque said two gunmen wearing black ski masks walked into the mosque and started shooting worshippers around 7:55 p.m. In a statement on Sunday night, Prime Minister Justin Trudeaucalled the massacre at the Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec “a terrorist attack on Muslims.” Police have said the victims were between the ages of 35 and 70. There were 39 others in the building at the time of the shooting who escaped unharmed. The investigation will be led by Quebec’s Integrated National Security Enforcement Team. Officials would not yet comment on the identity of the attackers and have said it is “much too early” to determine their motives or methods. Police did say on Sunday evening that authorities do not believe any suspects remain at large.

Trump Signs Executive Order to Slash Regulations:

President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Monday that will aim to slash federal regulations. According to reports, the order requires that two regulations be eliminated for every one that is created or added, with exceptions for matters of national security. Trump has signed executive orders nearly every day since he took office on January 20, and has received pushback from Democrats and even some Republicans on Capitol Hill over the implementation and planning for the order he signed on Friday which temporarily suspends the refugee program and bans travel from seven Muslim-majority countries.

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Travelers Stranded and Protests Swell Over Trump Order:

Travelers were stranded around the world, protests escalated in the United States and anxiety rose within President Trump’s party on Sunday as his order closing the nation to refugees and people from certain predominantly Muslim countries provoked a crisis just days into his administration. The White House pulledback on part of Mr. Trump’s temporary ban on visitors from seven countries by saying that it would not apply to those with green cards granting them permanent residence in the United States. By the end of the day, the Department of Homeland Security formally issued an order declaring legal residents exempt from the order. But the recalibration did little to reassure critics at home or abroad who saw the president’s order as a retreat from traditional American values. European leaders denounced the order, and some Republican lawmakers called on Mr. Trump to back down. As of Sunday evening, officials said no one was being held at American airports, although lawyers said they believed that dozens were still being detained.

NAMING NAMES — Poland Publishes List of Auschwitz Guards Online:

Poland has published a new detailed and complete list of Nazi SS guards and commanders at the Auschwitz German death camp, in a long-running attempt to bring those who took part in the violence of the Holocaust to justice. The SS KL Auschwitz Garrison list is reportedly based on data from Polish, German, Austrian, and American archives, according to the Institute of National Remembrance. “The world justice system has failed and I’m doing what a historian should do: expose the responsible individuals as war criminals,” said historianAleksander Lasik. The list currently has more than 8,500 entries. Lasik built it to include the names, dates, nationalities, and military service by searching through archives over a period of 30 years.

LBN-MEDIA INSIDER:   ***Media insiders are buzzing thatAndy Lack wants NBC to become “the next Fox News” after he poached cable stars Greta Van Susteren and Megyn Kelly from the network. “He believes he’s building MSNBC and NBC into the next Fox. It seems the network wants to take a more conservative tone,” a source said.   ***Episode 2 of the popular TV interview show “Without Notes” on YouTube featuring the world’s most famous dominatrix Isabelle Sinclaire will begin on February 1st. The show is produced and directed by Adam Saada.

LBN-NOTICED:   ***While protesters, upset about Iraqi refugees being detained, raged outside JFK Airport on Saturday, Yoko Ono was bringing peace to the Delta lounge. Ono was spotted in the Sky Lounge ahead of a flight to Reykjavik, Iceland, where she previously lit the Imagine Peace Tower in memory of John Lennon. A spy said Ono — wearing a brown fur vest, big brown sunglasses and a cloche hat — was sitting in the quiet room drinking coffee and eating chicken and sweet potatoes.

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WE ALL WALK IN DIFFERENT SHOES: A charity effort called simply “We All Walk In Different Shoes, began 12 years ago by media expert and author Michael Levine to donate used shoes to needy of the Los Angeles Mission, will hold its annual event this year on Friday, February 3rd at 8pm with an event at the Coral Tree Café in Brentwood. All invited guest are asked to bring at least one pair of used shoes for the effort. It is estimated the charity has raised approximately 3,500 pairs of shoes in the last 12 years.

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LBN-R.I.P.: Brunhilde Pomsel, the personal stenographer of the Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels during the last three years of World War II and one of the last surviving members of Hitler’s retinue in his final days in a Berlin bunker, died on Friday at her home in Munich. She was 106. Her death was confirmed by Christian Krönes, a director of “A German Life,” a documentary film about Ms. Pomsel. Mr. Krönes said he was informed by members of her family.

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LBN-OVERHEARD:   ***Winona Ryder ended up becoming the most memorable attendant at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday after her hilarious series of expressive reactions to actor David Harbour’s speech swept the internet. The actress, who stars alongside Harbour in hit Netflix series “Stranger Things,” could not control her wide range of emotions when her co-star chose to deliver a rousing speech as the cast were given the award for Best Ensemble Drama.   ***Ozzy Osbourne has changed his tune on sex addiction following last year’s admission amid marriage troubles with wife Sharon. Speaking to The Times, the Black Sabbath frontman blamed his promiscuous behavior on his rock star lifestyle. “I’m in a f–king rock band, aren’t I? There have always been groupies. I just got caught, didn’t I?” Ozzy said. “It was a bump in the road. I bet your marriage has bumps in the road too an’ all. In any marriage you grow apart if you don’t spend enough time together, and that was part of the problem. I don’t think I’m a f–king sex addict.”   ***Hollywood star Antonio Banderas was rushed to a hospital near his Surrey, England, home after suffering a major heart scare. The actor, 56, had been exercising when he suddenly experienced agonizing pains in his chest.

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