Beating Corruption by Building Consensus

Beating Corruption by Building Consensus

By Jeff Baron Staff Writer Brian Pinkowski started his career by dealing with environmental disasters, but he’s become an expert in governmental ones. It turns out that pollution and corruption have a lot in common. The jobs, he says, are not as different as
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FBI Captures Most Wanted

FBI Captures Most Wanted

On Wednesday, June 22nd, the FBI finally caught their “most wanted”.  When I say “finally”, it’s putting it mildly. The Federal Bureau of Investigation spent sixteen years chasing mob boss, James Bulger.  It was a record that embarrassed the bureau.  It was especially embarrassing because Bulger used to be a federal (more...)

Casey Antony Case, Last Chance for Defense

On June 15th, after a grueling three-week session, the prosecution rested on the Casey Anthony case. Starting with evidence about Casey’s behavior after her daughter’s death, to images of her daughter’s Winnie The Pooh backpack in the woods, to the hard-evidence of chloroform in Casey’s trunk, the prosecution made their (more...)

Caylee Anthony’s Case

Casey Anthony, the mother of the murdered two-year-old girl, Caylee Anthony, continues to plea her innocence in the case. There’s a plethora of firm facts that are not exactly boding well for Casey’s defense. For starters, Caylee was not reported missing until one month after she was last seen. Caylee’s (more...)

US police say no bodies found at 'mass grave' site

No Bodies Found At ‘Mass Grave’ Site

An anonymous caller claiming to be a psychic said there was a mass grave at a house in east Texas. But US police say there were no bodies found. In the same time media in US reported there were up to 30 dismembered bodies including children buried there. Again the police found (more...)

Ex-IMF Chief Strauss-Kahn: “Not Guilty”

According to the world press, former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has entered a plea of not guilty in charges he sexually assaulted a New York hotel. Strauss-Kahn arrived at the courthouse with his wife, French television journalist Anne Sinclair, walking beside him. They were flanked by (more...)

Announcement on Rewards for Justice Doku Umarov Reward Offer

The U.S. Department of State has authorized a reward of up to $5 million for information leading to the location of Doku Umarov. Doku Umarov is the senior leader and operational commander of the North Caucasus-based Caucasus Emirate (CE) group, whose stated goal is to establish an Islamic emirate through violence (more...)

Sexual Assault Charges Against DSK

IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn was charged with attacking and attempting to rape a hotel maid in New York. Police were looking for any evidence of his alleged assault at the Sofitel hotel. The 32-year-old woman who made the allegations has formally identified him in a line-up, (more...)

synagogue bomb plot

Two Men Arrested in ‘Synagogue Bomb Plot’ in New York

Two men were arrested in New York  and charged with planning a terror attack on a synagogue. Ahmed Ferhani, 26, and Mohamed Mamdouh, 20, are immigrants from Algeria and Morocco. They bought guns and a grenade from undercover detectives, police said. Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said the men had no known (more...)

John Demjanjuk

‘Ivan the Terrible’ – John Demjanjuk:Case Verdict Due

Convicted Nazi camp guard John Demjanjuk, will be released from jail despite his five-year sentence. The court say 91-year-old Demjanjuk participated willingly in the Holocaust, having helped to murder 27,900 Jews at the Sobibor death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland in 1943. Mr Demjanjuk denies the charges, his lawyer said during (more...)

Statement on Journalists Killed or Wounded in Libya

Statement on Journalists Killed or Wounded in Libya

Statement by the Press Secretary on Journalists Killed or Wounded in Libya We were saddened to learn of the death of film director and photographer Tim Hetherington while working in Misrata, and we are deeply concerned about the well being of other journalists who were wounded alongside him. (more...)

Billions Of Dollars Of Illegal Internet Gambling

Billions of dollars of illegal Internet gambling proceeds  by the largest Internet poker companies operating in the United States. The owners of Full Tilt Poker, Absolute Poker and PokerStars, all together 11 people, were charged with violating U.S. anti-Internet gambling laws, filed by federal prosecutors in Manhattan, money laundering (more...)

Explosion in Belarus Subway Killed 11 People

An explosion hit the Belarusian capital Minsk subway today around 6 pm local time, at the rush hour, causing 11 people dead and more than 100 wounded. According to officials the blast was a terrorist attack, however no terrorist organization took the responsibility yet. The president of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko ordered (more...)

Burglary British Style

Burglary British Style: When Your Home Is Not Your Castle

Village residents in Surrey and Kent, UK, are furious about local police recommendations to remove wire mesh from their windows, because burglars could injure themselves while invading their houses. The residents start reinforcing their property after a series of burglaries. One of the homeowners, Thomas Cooper complained, that his property was (more...)

Erroneous Flyer on Parole Eligibility Legislation

Erroneous Flyer on Parole Eligibility Legislation

State Sen. Shirley Kitchen (D-Philadelphia) warns the public that a flyer is circulating through the prison system with erroneous information involving parole eligibility for prisoners with life sentences. The flyer states “Support Sen. Shirley Kitchen’s bill for parole eligibility for Pennsylvania lifers.” It also states that (more...)


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