Tuesday, April 30, 2013

**NEW FAN PIC** Robert Pattinson In Line At LAX Airport Today

Source: "Robert Pattinson and I just went through security at LAX together!!! #daymade"

Monday, April 29, 2013

**New Pics** Robert Pattinson & Kristen Make Another Snack Run At Gas Station(4/28)

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*NEW PICS* Robert Pattinson Gets Snacks While Looking Snackable w/Scruff

Robert Pattinson stopped by an LA gas station Friday afternoon before reportedly taking his bag full of snacks to see Kristen Stewart. It appears to have been a low-key weekend for the duo near to home in California. ==== Source

Saturday, April 27, 2013

*NEW Fan Pic* Robert Pattinson & Kristen Attend Crystal Castle Concert At Hollywood Palladium(4/26)


Friday, April 26, 2013

*NewVid&Details* Mission Blacklist Eric Maddox Talks Start Date & Becoming Interrogator

NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com | Source and Via HOUSTON, Texas - Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction, and that might be said of the story of Eric Maddox, of Sapulpa. He's about to become the world's most famous interrogator. === The capture of Saddam Hussein was an event heard 'round the world. What we didn't hear was the story behind the capture. == And as unlikely as it seems, it actually began right here in Tulsa, on the running track at LaFortune Park, when Eric Maddox, Sapulpa native and newly minted OU grad, heard the voice of God, telling him to become an Army Airborne Ranger. "I usually don't tell that story, but, you know, people in Oklahoma, they get that. They understand," Maddox said. He'd never shot a gun, never jumped out of a plane and was terrified of heights. "Every day of ranger school, I was like, 'Are you sure?'" Maddox said, laughing. "I barely passed." === Maddox's next decision was equally as improbable: he signed up to become an army interrogator. "They said, 'Be an interrogator. That's the easiest one--it's eight weeks of training. You'll never have to do it, we don't have any prisoners," Maddox said. Then came 9/11 and the start of the war in Iraq. == Within weeks, having never done a single interrogation, Maddox found himself in Tikrit... working with one of the most highly trained special forces units in the world. And failing miserably. "The really scary part was when I realized, not only had I not done an interrogation, but when I started doing them, they didn't work," Maddox said. The world would later learn that, in the early days of the war, torture was commonly used on Iraqi detainees, particularly at Baghdad's infamous Abu Graib prison. === "It was unaccepted legally, but expected behind closed doors," Maddox said. "It was expected from every level." === But circumstances had thrown Army Staff Sergeant Eric Maddox of Sapulpa into what was considered the backwater of Tikrit, working solo and developing his own technique. == "It was the best thing that happened to me, because there were no expectations. I could figure out how to get the prisoners to talk without torturing them," Maddox said. Maddox also discovered a natural ability to take tiny bits of information from hundreds of prisoners and piece them together into a mosaic that slowly revealed the insurgency's hidden battlefield. === "And once you have an idea of the battlefield, you understand how to hunt down individuals who can take you to the next step and the next step and the next step," Maddox said. Up until this point, Maddox's biggest claim to fame was helping defeat Jenks in the 1989 playoffs. But the search for Saddam had stalled, and Maddox had a plan. "I went to the team leader and made a pitch. 'I know this sounds crazy, but I think I have a path, that if we follow, might possibly lead us to Black List Number one," he said. === Rather than going after high profile targets, Maddox was following a web of bodyguards, chauffeurs and shopkeepers, slowly working his way up the chain of command. But his time in Iraq was drawing to a close, and when the raid finally came that netted his number one target, one of Saddam's bodyguards, Maddox had only two hours to convince him to give up the prize. === "I told him, 'Nobody knows who you are. I've been tracking you down and no one cares. They're just going to throw away the key. So when you change your mind, beat on your cell. You better let somebody know,'" Maddox said. "As I'm driving to the airplane to leave the country, they told me, 'That prisoner--what did you do? He's going crazy, beating the heck out of his cell in there.'" Maddox got the prisoner to sketch a map detailing Saddam's location, then left the country. Publicly, the Bush administration was eager to credit the CIA for the break that led to the Iraqi dictator, but behind the scenes, everyone from CIA Director Porter Goss, to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was showering Maddox with praise and medals. === "This is my most prized medal. This is the Legion of Merit, and it was presented to me by the team," Maddox said. He said it was surreal, playing such an integral role in a such an historical event. "It took me several years to come to the conclusion I wasn't going to wake up from a dream," Maddox said. === Now, the story is about to go public in a very mainstream way. Maddox wrote a book a couple of years ago. You probably haven't seen much of it, but a movie studio immediately bought the rights. Robert Pattinson, of Twilight fame, has signed on to play Maddox, and the screenplay is being done by the writer behind "Band of Brothers". === Shooting begins this August. === Meanwhile, Donald Rumsfeld was so eager to keep Maddox's services, that he established a civilian force of interrogators, hiring Maddox as the very first one. His work for the Department of Defense continues to this day.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

**NEW VID** Robert Pattinson Departing NYC Arriving At JFK Airport(4/23)

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

*NEW PICS* Robert Pattinson Checks Out NY Hotel & Arriving At JFK Airport(4/23)

Robert Pattinson carried his luggage out of his NYC hotel and headed to JFK airport today. It was a short stay for Rob, who caught a flight out of LAX on Sunday. === Source === Via

Monday, April 22, 2013

**NEW FAN PIC** Robert Pattinson w/Glowing Eyes and Smile At Coachella

Source : "Pee my pants ... I did! #robertpattinsonOh my! "

Sunday, April 21, 2013

**NEW PICS** Robert Pattinson Leaves LA To Parts Unknown: Mission Blacklist?

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Friday, April 19, 2013

*NewPics/Details*Robert Pattinson w/Friends Enjoying Beach Day&Dinner In Malibu

Robert Pattinson knows there's nothing like a day at the beach! The 26-year-old Twilight hunk enjoyed a day out and about in Malibu yesterday without girlfriend Kristen Stewart, accompanied instead by four pals (two guys and two gals). So, what kind of seaside activities R.Pattz and his gang get into? ==== The friends began their day paddleboarding in the ocean, a source tells E! News. At about 7 p.m., the group went to the Malibu Seafood restaurant for dinner. ==== The source says that Pattinson, dressed in black shorts, a gray hoodie and sunglasses, and his group "spent about and hour and a half in the restaurant, messing around, having a great time." The group went back to a Malibu beach house, which is said to be the home of Stewart's mom, and stayed in the rest of the night. === The source added, "Everyone had a great day, and you could tell they were having a fun time." ==== Source === Source

**Cute NEW Pics** Robert Pattinson, Kristen & Dog Bernie At LA Gas Station(4/18)

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart ran errands together in LA yesterday. Rob had his new scruff on full display as he stopped into a convenience store with Kristen to pick up a few items. He got playful when he spotted his dog Bernie sitting in a car and made a funny face at the canine. === Source