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  1. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/he...from-his-mailbox/ar-AApCiEM?OCID=ansmsnnews11

    He served in Vietnam. His HOA just ordered him to remove an American flag from his mailbox.
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    There is a woman who rides around John Ackert’s Tallahassee subdivision in a golf cart, noting all the ways her neighbors’ homes don’t measure up to the standards set by the Southwood Residential Community Association.

    Ackert is trying very hard to not detest her.

    The 82-year-old retired Navy commander said he once received an official-sounding letter saying he had to take military and Special Olympics stickers off his front door, or face exile from the community’s tennis courts and swimming pool. He removed the stickers with minimum grumbling.

    But a letter two weeks ago made Ackert and some of his neighbors see red. It was about the American flag.

    Well, technically, it was about a vinyl mailbox covered with a picture of the American flag. Ackert put it on his mailbox a month after moving into the Southwood community in 2013 and replaced it whenever the Florida sun baked out the colors....
     
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  2. Paradise

    Paradise Bronze Member

    Ex tech employee arrested by FBI after trying to sell top secret DEA access codes
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    A disgruntled former employee of an aerospace and technology giant hacked into the firm’s satellite tracking system and tried to sell information on DEA movements to a Mexican cartel, newly released FBI documents claim.

    Satellite expert Robert Miller – who DailyMail.com has learned was fired from Honeywell Aerospace in February this year – hoped to bag $2 million from the black market sale of secret access codes for the firm’s high-tech location-tracking system, the documents state.

    But instead the 45-year-old was duped into meeting an undercover FBI agent posing as a member of a well-funded Mexican cartel and was swiftly arrested.


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  3. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member

    Woman Sentenced to Die for Locking Cousin in Box
    A 29-year-old woman in Arizona has been sentenced to die for her role in the horrific death of her 10-year-old cousin.

    Prosecutors said Sammantha Allen and husband John Allen stuffed Ame Deal into a plastic storage bin and left her there overnight in triple-digit temperatures in July 2011 as punishment for taking a Popsicle without permission,

    The couple fell asleep after padlocking the box shut, prosecutors said. The girl, who had already been forced to run and do other exercises in the heat for hours, was dead when they unlocked the box the next day. The husband has also been charged with child abuse and murder and will go on trial this fall.

    http://www.newser.com/story/246888/...&utm_medium=iHeartRadio&utm_campaign=rss_main

    Read more: http://www.georgianewsnetwork.com/c...-die-for-locking-cousin-in-box/#ixzz4pDW05V8n
     
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  4. noZme

    noZme Bronze Member

    18 people convicted after girls and young women groomed, drugged and raped in Newcastle


    (See video - police paid informant)
    Under-age girls and vulnerable young women were taken to parties in Newcastle and groomed with drugs before being raped and sexually abused, it can now be reported.

    A total of 17 men and one woman have been convicted of, or have admitted, charges including rape, supplying drugs and inciting prostitution, in a series of trials at Newcastle Crown Court.

    Older men preyed on immature teenagers who were plied with cocaine, cannabis, alcohol or mephedrone, then raped or persuaded into having sexual activity with the lure of the illegal drugs at parties known as "sessions".

    Northumbria Police launched a major investigation after receiving information from social workers and initially spoke to 108 potential victims.

    Over the course of four trials, 20 young women gave evidence covering a period from 2011 to 2014.

    As with the Rochdale, Rotherham and Oxford grooming cases, victims were conned into thinking they were in a relationship with their abuser, who would then pass them round their network to be used for sex, sometimes with the encouragement of the class B drug M-Kat, or cannabis.

    Known as "Bubble" on Tyneside, M-Kat has similar effects to Ecstasy and can be quickly addictive.

    Defendants were charged with conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain - reflecting how women were exploited with drink or drugs.

    Roles within the conspiracy included providing the premises, supplying drugs, transporting victims, having sex with them or encouraging it to happen.

    There was no suggestion the victims were working as prostitutes or were paid.

    Not all the defendants were part of the conspiracy.

    The progress of the four trials was halted in October last year when defence barristers tried to have the cases thrown out over the existence of a police informant - named in court as XY - who it emerged was himself a child rapist. That application failed.

    John Elvidge QC, who prosecuted the cases, said girls were exploited ruthlessly.

    Summing up the final trial, he said: "This was a section of young women who were tricked into believing they were in the company of friends.

    "They were groomed and lulled into trusting those who would ultimately abuse them."

    Under cross-examination, one victim said she did not go to the police because she was addicted to the drugs the abusers were handing out.

    One girl described how a victim was demeaned in a flat in Newcastle's West End.

    The Crown Prosecution Service released the names and ages of the people convicted as part of Operation Shelter. They were:
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    • Nashir Uddin, 35, pleaded guilty to three counts of drug possession and four counts of drug supply. He was convicted of one count of sexual assault, one count of allowing a premises to be used for drug supply and one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain. He is awaiting sentence
    • Saiful Islam, 35, was convicted of one count of rape and sentenced to 10 years in prison
    • Yasser Hussain, 28, was convicted of one count of allowing a premises to be used for drug supply, one count of assault by beating, one count of intimidation and one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain. He was sentenced to two years in prison
    • Mohammed Azram, 35, pleaded guilty to five charges of drug supply and was convicted of one sexual assault, plus one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain. He is awaiting sentence
    • Jahangir Zaman, 44, was convicted of one count of drug supply, one count of rape and one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain. He is awaiting sentence. Separately convicted of two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs as part of Operation Emerald
    • Mohammed Hassan Ali, 34, pleaded guilty to one count of drug supply. He was convicted of two counts of sexual activity with a child and one count of drug possession with intent to supply, and jailed for seven years
    • Badrul Hussain, 37, was convicted of three counts of drug supply and three counts of allowing a premises to be used for the supply of drugs. He is awaiting sentence
    • Abdul Sabe, age 40, pleaded guilty to one count of drug possession. He was convicted of one count of conspiring to sexually assault, one count of trafficking for sexual exploitation, two counts of drug supply and one count of conspiring to incite prostitution for gain. He is awaiting sentence
    • Mohibur Rahman, 44, pleaded guilty to two counts of drug supply and two counts of allowing a premises to be used for the supply of drugs. He is awaiting sentence
    • Habibur Rahim, 34, pleaded guilty to one count of drug supply and one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution. He was convicted of one count of rape, six counts of drug supply, three counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation, one count of human trafficking and two counts of conspiring to incite prostitution for gain. He is awaiting sentence
    • Carol Ann Gallon, 22, pleaded guilty to three counts of trafficking and is awaiting sentence
    • Abdulhamid Minoyee, 34, pleaded guilty entered to one count of drug supply and was convicted of one count of rape and one count of sexual assault. He is awaiting sentence
    • Taherul Alam, 32, was convicted of two counts of drug supply, one count of attempted sexual assault, one count of allowing a premises to be used for the supply of drugs and one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution. He is awaiting sentence
    • Monjur Choudhury, 33, was convicted of one count of drug supply, one count of allowing a premises to be used for the supply of drugs and one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution. He is awaiting sentence
    • Nadeem Aslam, 43, pleaded guilty to one count of drug possession. He was convicted of two counts of drug supply, one count of drug possession and one count of allowing a premises to be used for the supply of drugs. He is awaiting sentence. Separately convicted of two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs as part of Operation Emerald
    • Prabhat Nelli, 33, was convicted of two counts of drug supply and one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution. He is awaiting sentence
    • Eisa Mousavi, 42, was convicted of three counts of rape, two counts of drug supply, one count of allowing a premises to be used for the supply of drugs and one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution. He is awaiting sentence
    • Redwan Siddique, 32, pleaded guilty before trial to one count of drug supply and was sentenced to 16 months in prison
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/u...-raped-sexually-abused-sessions-a7884601.html
     
  5. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member

    What the hell is up with those sentences?? :mad:
     
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  6. fran

    fran Administrator Staff Member

    Mexican soccer star Rafa Marquez and Norteño singer Julion Alvarez among 22 sanctioned for drug ties

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    Mexican music singer Julion Alvarez of conspiring to launder drug trafficking money


    Legendary Mexican soccer player Rafael Marquez Alvarez and Julion Alvarez, a well-known norteño band leader are among 22 people sanctioned for alleged ties to a drug trafficking organization, the United States Treasury announced Wednesday.

    The Treasury said in a statement that it will also sanction 43 entities in Mexico, including a soccer team and casino.

    The sanctions are the result of a multi-year investigation of the drug trafficking organization allegedly headed by Raul Flores Hernandez.

    It is the single largest such designation of a drug trafficking organization ever by its Office of Foreign Assets Control, the statement said.

    Marquez is a former Barcelona and New York Red Bulls star who currently plays for the Mexican soccer club Atlas in Guadalajara and is captain of the Mexican national team.

    Flores Hernandez allegedly operated independently in the northern city of Guadalajara, but maintained alliances with the Sinaloa and Jalisco New Generation cartels.

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    Federal drug trafficking indictments against Flores Hernandez were returned in March in Washington and the southern district of California.

    The U.S. government referred to Marquez and Norteno singer Julio Cesar Alvarez, better known as Julion Alvarez, as people with longstanding relationships with Flores Hernandez, who "have acted as front persons for him and his (drug trafficking organization) and held assets on their behalf."


    The sanctions freeze all U.S. assets of the people and entities named and forbid U.S. citizens from doing business with them.

    read more ................... http://www.chicagotribune.com/hoy/c...-government-for-drug-ties-20170809-story.html
     
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  7. noZme

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    Atlanta - Gunman fired 19 shots at officers during standoff at hotel

    An armed man was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon after he fired 19 shots at officers during a standoff at a Clayton County hotel.
    “We managed to take him into custody without firing any shots at him,” Woodall said.

    The man, who was not identified, surrendered to officers at the Southside Inn on Old Dixie Highway about 2 p.m. after police fired gas into his second-floor room, police Chief Joseph Woodall said.

    Officers also used a Taser on the man, who didn’t follow verbal commands after he left the room. No
    officers were hit by the gunshots. Shots hit a robot and a police cruiser.

    No one was in the room with the man, who had two guns in the room and another one in his car, police said. One of the guns was reported stolen.

    The standoff began about 9:20 a.m. when an officer doing surveillance at the hotel saw a car with a stolen Texas license plate. Officers then began negotiating with the man by phone to leave his room, and he refused, according to police. At one point, police fired beanbags at the room’s window to get the man to surrender. Several people staying at the hotel were evacuated during the standoff.

    The man will face charges that include firing at officers, possessing a stolen gun and possessing a stolen car.





    http://www.ajc.com/news/crime--law/...during-standoff-hotel/UDWGfFuSJVJn9Zm6cgkGmN/
     
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