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SOP newswireMastermind of 1994 Murder of DEA Agent Gets Life in Prison - Agustin Vasquez-Mendoza was sentenced to life in prison by Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Warren Granville for the first-degree murder of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special
SOP newswireFBI Counselors at Crime Scenes - When a troubled high school sophomore went on a shooting rampage on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in Minnesota in early 2005, the FBI called up its specialists. Agents and analysts were quickly deployed to work with local law enforcement officials
SOP newswireTerrorist jailed for life for conspiracy to murder in the UK and US - A British man who planned to blow up UK and American targets killing hundreds, if not thousands of people, was jailed for life today with a recommendation that he serve a minimum of 40 years.
SOP newswireDEA's Mobile Enforcement Team Focuses on Los Angeles - Today, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Acting Special Agent in Charge Ralph W. Partridge and Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD)
SOP newswireThe Couple Who Ate Glass - You’ve heard the classic line, “Waiter, there’s a fly in my soup!”? Well, how about, “Sir, there’s glass in my food”?
SOP newswireNational Methamphetamine Awareness Day on November 30, 2006 - The Department of Justice today announced that it will sponsor National Methamphetamine Awareness Day on Nov. 30, 2006, in order to generate awareness about the damaging effects of meth abuse on individuals
SOP newswireCybercrime Fugitive Arrested in Azusa for Operating Phishing Scheme - Jeffrey Brett Goodin, 46, of Azusa, California, was arrested today by FBI agents after having been a fugitive for the past four months, announced J. Stephen Tidwell, Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI"s Los Angeles Field Office.
SOP newswireStatement by U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad on Verdicts Issuedby the Iraqi High Tribunal - Today is an important milestone for Iraq as the country takes another major step forward in the building of a free society based on the rule of law. The verdicts issued by the Iraqi High Tribunal against Saddam Hussein and the other seven defendants demonstrate the
SOP newswireHow the FBI Conned the Ultimate Con - Robert Freegard was a master manipulator. Maybe it was his natural guile and charm. Or maybe it was the skills he"d honed selling used cars or tending bar in an English pub.
SOP newswire20 Defendants Charged With Stealing Guns, Obstructing Justice, and Selling Drugs - The Drug Enforcement Administration announced the arrest of 16 defendants, including Henry County Sheriff Harold Cassell, in the culmination of a five-year investigation.
SOP newswireCan the FBI look at your library records any time they want? - A person's library records may be subpoenaed by a federal grand jury for a specific case. Special Agents of the FBI are also able to obtain records with a criminal search warrant in the course of an investigation. Now, under Sect
SOP newswireFBI Reports 55 Police Deaths in ‘05 - They all died heroes: 55 peace officers killed in the line of duty by criminals in 2005. Some of them died with their guns drawn. Others died shielding victims or stricken comrades. Some were ambushed. All will be missed.
Francis KarugahPublishamerica.com is a Scam - Beware! - Publishamerica.com advertises itself as a traditional publisher. They offer you the chance to publish your work at no cost at all.
SOP newswireThousands Injected With Phony Flu Vaccine - Anticipating another tough flu season, some 1,100 employees at a Texas-based oil company lined up last fall to get flu shots during a company-sponsored health fair. Little did they—or their employer—know that after rolling up their
SOP newswireOperation Cyber-Roid Snares Illegal Internet Pharmacy - Gary G. Olenkiewicz, Special Agent in Charge of the Chicago Division of the Drug Enforcement Administration, along with Patrick Fitzgerald, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, Michael E. Cleary, Special Agent in Charge of the Chicago Field Office of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Office of Criminal
SOP newswire45 pounds of Ice Seized in Greeley, Colorado-based Operation - DENVER – Jeffrey D. Sweetin, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Rocky Mountain Field Division, Troy A. Eid, United States Attorney for the District of Colorado, John Cooke, Weld County Sheriff, and Jerry Garner, Chief of the Greeley Police Department; announced
SOP newswireStatement from Administrator Brooks on Los Alamos - WASHINGTON, D.C. – NNSA Administrator Linton F. Brooks issued the following statement today on security at Los Alamos National Laboratory:
SOP newswireKEEPING SECRETS New Initiative Offers Tips for Businesses - An executive of a hi-tech American firm on a business trip overseas returns from a jog and finds her electronic key won’t open her hotel room door. A hotel employee explains it will take an hour to get a replacement and can’t let her in. The executive thinks nothing of it and waits in the lobby.
SOP newswire10 Charged in Connection with Meth & Cocaine Operation Based in Southern Chester County - Special Agent-in-Charge James M. Kasson and United States Attorney Pat Meehan today announced the filing of a fifty-count indictment[1] against Rogelio Ortega and nine others charging them with conspiracy to distribute approximately 300 pounds of methamphetamine and more than 300 kilos of cocaine. Ortega is also charged
SOP newswire38 Indicted in Multi-State Marijuana, Ecstasy Operation - Denver, Colorado - Jeffrey D. Sweetin, Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of the Rocky Mountain Division of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Mitchell R. Morrissey, District Attorney for the City and County of Denver, the Front Range Task Force, the
SOP newswireOperation Targets Bankruptcy Fraud - As part of an ongoing effort to maintain the continued integrity of the U.S. bankruptcy system, the FBI and other federal agencies announced on Wednesday that 78 defendants had been named in bankruptcy fraud cases across the nation in the past two months
SOP newswire26 Arrested in International Drug Bust - John P. Gilbride, Special Agent in Charge of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration in New York joined with federal and state law enforcement partners today to announce the coordinated takedown of an international money laundering investigation that
SOP newswireSeeking Information - In the Murder of a Federal Prosecutor - We need your help to solve a cold-blooded murder. Five years ago this week, Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas C. Wales was gunned down as he worked at his home computer in Seattle, Washington.
SOP newswireChicago Crime Commission To Recognize DEA and Area Crime Fighters - WHAT: The Chicago Crime Commission will hold its Stars of Distinction, 2006 Awards Dinner to recognize outstanding individual and organizational contributions in fighting crime.
SOP newswireHate Crime Stats Latest Figures Now Online - Cross burnings. Vandalism at synagogues and mosques. Racially-motivated attacks and murder. Hate crimes take traditional crimes and add an element of bias—and the mixture is toxic to our communities and to our democracy.
SOP newswireAmerican Charged With Treason 28-year-old California man - 28-year-old California man has been indicted on federal charges of treason and providing material support to a terrorist group for making
SOP newswireDEA New Jersey Diversion Seizes 3,135 pounds of Bulk Pseudoephedrine; Largest This Year in New Jersey - NEWARK -- Gerard P. McAleer, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) New Jersey Division announced today that the DEA New Jersey Division “Diversion Unit” seized 3,135 pounds of a List I Chemical pseudoephedrine from Malladi, Inc., at
SOP newswireInside the FBI's Computer Crimes Task Force - An FBI agent sits in a bustling office, taking a call from a woman who believes she has been victimized by an Internet scam.
SOP newswireDEA - Show me the Money - (Washington, DC) - Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Administrator Karen P. Tandy today touted the first round of successes from the DEA's Money Trail Initiative.
SOP newswireHomeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff on Passenger Name Record Agreement with European Union - I am pleased to announce the European Union (EU) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have reached a final agreement regarding Passenger Name Record (PNR) data which will allow us to make full use of passenger
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