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ViewSonic VA2246M-LED 22″ 1080p LED Monitor DVI, VGA

Product Description
The ViewSonic VA2246m-LED is a 22″ (21.5 Vis) widescreen monitor with an LED backlight and glossy, thin-bezel design ideal for use in the home or at the office. With Full HD 1920×1080 resolution and a 10M:1 dynamic contrast ratio, the VA2246m-LED delivers stunning brightness and contrast, while a quick 5ms response time ensures crisp pictures and smooth playback. As a complete multimedia package, the display also includes a pair of integrated speakers. VGA and DVI inputs provide flexible and convenient connectivity, while a VESA-mountable design offers additional mount flexibility. With an LED backlight and energy-saving Eco mode, the VA2246m-LED is an environmentally friendly display choice. In addition, a 3-year warranty, along with one of the industry’s best pixel performance policies make the VA2246m-LED a great value choice for corporate and educational use as well.

Price: $108.48

  • 22-Inch Full HD 1080p (1920x1080p) 16:9 LED Computer Monitor with DVI-D, and VGA Inputs
  • The ViewSonic VA2246M-LED is a Full HD 1080p widescreen monitor with flexible connectivity, and built in speakers that delivers value and performance for both home offices and small businesses
  • Modern design, thin bezels, and a glossy piano black finish with tilt and swivel ergonomic features
  • 10M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio; Two Built-In Speakers; Physical Dimensions: 20.1″ x 14.4″ x 7.8″ with Stand
  • 3-year Limited Warranty; Energy Star Certified; Package Content: VA2246m-LED Display, Power Cable, VGA Cable, Audio Cable, Quick Start Guide, and ViewSonic Wizard CD
  • Compatible with Mac, and Windows; ideal for both laptops and desktops; VESA mountable

Galati at Press Conference June 4, 2005
Canada Police Use Sting in Terror Arrests
By BETH DUFF-BROWN , June 4, .2006, Forbes

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police itself delivered three tons of potential bomb-making material to a group that authorities said wanted to launch a string of attacks inspired by al-Qaida, according to a news report Sunday.

The Toronto Star said the sting unfolded when investigators delivered the ammonium nitrate to the group of Muslim Canadians, then moved in quickly on what officials called a homegrown terror ring.

The newspaper said that investigators learned of the group’s alleged plan to bomb targets around Ontario, then controlled the sale and transport of the fertilizer.

Authorities refused to discuss the Star’s story and have revealed few details of the purported plot, or how the sting developed.

Police arrested 12 adults, ages 19 to 43, and five suspects younger than 18 Friday and Saturday on charges including plotting attacks with explosives on Canadian targets.

The oldest, Qayyum Abdul Jamal, led prayers at a storefront mosque attended by some 40 to 50 families down the street from his home in a middle-class neighborhood of Mississauga, west of Toronto.

Imam Qamrul Khanson said the language of Jamal’s Friday night prayers had a more aggressive tone than other prayer leaders’, but there was never any talk of terrorism or violence.

Khanson said at least three of the suspects regularly prayed at the Al-Rahman Islamic Center for Islamic Education.

"Here we always preach peace and moderation," Khanson said at the one-room mosque.

"I have faith that they have done a thorough investigation," Khanson said of authorities. "But just the possession of ammonium nitrate doesn’t prove that they have done anything wrong.

Officials said the operation involved some 400 intelligence and law-enforcement officers and was the largest counterterrorism operation in Canada since the adoption of Canada’s Anti-Terrorism Act following the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.

A government official, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the ongoing investigation, said Web surfing and e-mail among the suspects led to the start of the probe in 2004.

"The Internet was, according to the police, was a very important part of their activities," Canada’s ambassador to Washington, Michael Wilson, said in an interview on CNN’s "Late Edition."

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said the Canadian operation was "obviously a great success for the Canadians."

The 17 suspects represent a spectrum of Canadian society, from the unemployed to the college-educated. The 12 adults live in Toronto, Mississauga and Kingston, Ontario.

Police said the suspects, all citizens or residents of Canada, had trained together.

Cpl. Michele Paradis, a spokeswoman for the Mounties, said no more arrests were expected in coming days.

"Once we once analyze and sort through everything that was seized as a result there may be (more arrests)," she said. "At this point we are confident that we have the majority of people."

Rocco Galati, a lawyer for two of the men from Mississauga, said: "Both of their families are very well-established professionals, well-established families, no criminal pasts whatsoever.

He described Ahmad Ghany, 21, as a Canada-born health sciences graduate of McMaster University whose father, a physician, emigrated from Trinidad and Tobago in 1955.

His other client, Shareef Abdelhaleen, 30, is an unmarried computer programmer who emigrated from Egypt at age 10 with his father, Galati said.

Two suspects, Mohammed Dirie, 22, and Yasim Abdi Mohamed, 24, already are in an Ontario prison serving two-year terms for possession of illegal weapons.

Neighbors said the oldest suspect, Jamal, was often home and did not seem to work regularly, although his wife drove a schoolbus. The couple has three small children, neighbors said.

Brazilian immigrant Jerry Tavares said Jamal was unfriendly and rarely spoke with neighbors.

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