Reality Check: Fast and Furious Operation Was Really About U.S. Supporting A Drug Cartel?Read more »
"In their appeal to the high court, his attorneys pointed to a psychological test conducted in 2004 that pegged Wilson's IQ at 61, below the generally accepted minimum competency standard of 70."Read more »
Should Congress and the President be in jail? According to the NDAA they should.
Watch as Ben Swann points out how Congress and the President approved funding for Syrian rebels. Problem is: The rebels have direct ties to Al-Qaeda, and the NDAA explicitly states that assisting Al-Qaeda in any way is a criminal offense.
So, how about it? Should the President and most of Congress be in orange jump suits rotting away in Guantanamo Bay for assisting Al-Qaeda?Read more »
The Food and Drug Administration has been found to have launched a massive surveillance campaign targeting its own scientists for writing letters to journalists, members of Congress and President Obama. The scientists were expressing their concern over the FDA’s approval of medical imaging devices for colonoscopies and mammograms that could endanger patients with high levels of radiation.Read more »
A Santa Ana City Council member accused of sexual battery and other charges was described Tuesday as a "well-connected" man who used his management power to prey on female employees. More details were released Tuesday morning when the Orange County District Attorney outlined charges against Carlos Bustamante, the former administration manager for the Orange County Public Works Department who was arrested on his way to a city council meeting Monday. "He had a type," said OC District Attorney Tony Rackauckas.Read more »
Organizations and facilities considered vulnerable to terrorist attacks to receive funding as part of grant program’s seventh allocation.Read more »
Michigan Judge Karen Khalil sends man to jail for 30 days for remaining silent when seated in the courtroom.
The man refused to give his name
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CAIRO - A mob set fire late Monday to the campaign headquarters of one of the two Egyptian presidential politicians facing each other in a runoff that will decide a new leader after last year's popular uprising, the first sign of unrest after the voting yielded divisive candidates. The attack on Ahmed Shafiq's office came just hours after the country's election commission announced that he would face the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate, Mohammed Morsi, in a June 16-17 runoff.Read more »
Prosecutors are arguably the most powerful figures in the American criminal justice system, a system that is not equipped or willing to punish their crimes..
according to attorneys and criminal justice reform advocates, prosecutors across the country are misbehaving -- and getting away with it. While the most common forms of prosecutorial misconduct are hiding exculpatory evidence and engaging in improper examination and argumentation, another form of intentional misconduct is the knowing use of false testimony to win convictions.
More than half of all police officers in Greece voted for pro-Nazi party Golden Dawn in the elections of May 6. This is the disconcerting result of an analysis carried out by authoritative newspaper To Vima in several constituencies in Athens, where 5,000 police officers in service in the Greek capital also cast their ballot.Read more »
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