fbi – Google News: FBI warns of scammers trying to profit from Tree of Life massacre – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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FBI warns of scammers trying to profit from Tree of Life massacre
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Pittsburgh police and the FBI said they are aware of scammers that may be attempting to solicit donations for victims of the Tree of Life mass shooting. Authorities said they have received reports of fraudsters approaching people in person, or by
FBI warns those donating in wake of Tree of Life tragedy to beware of scammersWPXI Pittsburgh

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fbi surveillance – Google News: James ‘Whitey’ Bulger: How one of America’s most wanted turned FBI informer – Irish Examiner

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Irish Examiner

James ‘Whitey’ Bulger: How one of America’s most wanted turned FBI informer
Irish Examiner
They established a mutually beneficial arrangement. After providing Connolly with information to arrest Howie Winter, Bulger took over the Winter Hill Gang. In 1980, he helped FBI to plant surveillance electronic bugs in the headquarters of local Mafia
Mob Boss Whitey Bulger Killed: Timeline of Life in CrimeNew Hampshire Public Radio
Key Events in the Life of James “Whitey” BulgerNECN
Gangster James ‘Whitey’ Bulger’s life and death defined by brutalityUSA TODAY
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Domain Names For Sale: Fwd: Domain Names For Sale

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gregg jarrett – Google News: ‘Fox News’ Accused Of Pushing ‘Invasion’ Conspiracy That Triggered Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting – The Inquisitr

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‘Fox News’ Accused Of Pushing ‘Invasion’ Conspiracy That Triggered Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting
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I can’t sit by and watch my people get slaughtered. Screw your optics, I’m going in.” Fox News’ Gregg Jarrett: Migrant caravan “is a threatened invading force that may bash its way through our fence” https://t.co/PD5qDczCkt. — Media Matters (@mmfa

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house judiciary committee – Google News: Long-sealed ‘Watergate Road Map’ unsealed – UPI.com

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Long-sealed ‘Watergate Road Map’ unsealed
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Special prosecutor Leon Jaworski sent the grand jury report to the House Judiciary Committee in 1974 as an impeachment referral for Nixon. Though it offers little in the way of new information about the Watergate scandal, it had remained under seal

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mueller – Google News: How a right-wing effort to slime Mueller with a sexual assault allegation fell apart – CNN

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CNN

How a right-wing effort to slime Mueller with a sexual assault allegation fell apart
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Journalists and internet sleuths tied a scheme to smear Mueller with charges of sexual assault to an entity called Surefire Intelligence. That firm was tied to 20-year-old Jacob Wohl, a far-right internet personality who has written for The Gateway
A suspicious scheme to pay women to falsely accuse Robert Mueller of sexual misconduct could spectacularly backfireBusiness Insider
Plot to Smear Mueller Unravels as FBI Is Asked to InvestigateNew York Times
Right-Wing Troll Used His Mom’s Phone to Spread Mueller Sexual Harassment HoaxThe Cut
BBC News –Fortune –USA TODAY –NBCNews.com
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Domain Names For Sale: Domain Names For Sale

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political criminology – Google News: Tattoo recognition technology threatens citizens’ right to privacy – Webster Journal

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Tattoo recognition technology threatens citizens’ right to privacy
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The software evaluates tattoos for political beliefs, religious beliefs and any organizational affiliation, including criminal. NIST said the Tattoo Recognition … Remy Cross is a sociology and criminology professor at Webster University. Cross has

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Crime and Criminology from mikenova (8 sites): political criminology – Google News: Tattoo recognition technology threatens citizens’ right to privacy – Webster Journal

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Webster Journal

Tattoo recognition technology threatens citizens’ right to privacy
Webster Journal
The software evaluates tattoos for political beliefs, religious beliefs and any organizational affiliation, including criminal. NIST said the Tattoo Recognition … Remy Cross is a sociology and criminology professor at Webster University. Cross has

political criminology – Google News

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Did they have a tip? It might mean that it was a set-up; that someone (Abwehr 2? Skripal? Mr. X?) had arranged it. fbinewsreview.org/2018/10/29/did…

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Did they have a tip? It might mean that it was a set-up; that someone (Abwehr 2? Skripal? Mr. X?) had arranged it. fbinewsreview.org/2018/10/29/did…


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fbi – Google News: HPD investigation raises doubts about how kidnapping victim was killed during FBI raid – KTRK-TV

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HPD investigation raises doubts about how kidnapping victim was killed during FBI raid
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Houston’s police chief is raising doubts about an FBI agent’s story about how a kidnapping victim was shot and killed during a botched rescue operation earlier this year. Ulises Valladares, 47, was shot to death by an FBI agent when law enforcement
Investigation of deadly FBI shooting does not support agent’s account, chief saysKPRC Click2Houston
Houston police chief says FBI agent’s statement on fatal shooting of kidnap victim doesn’t match evidenceChron.com
Houston Police: FBI Agent’s Claims ‘Not Supported’ by ReviewU.S. News & World Report

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fbi surveillance – Google News: FBI investigating bank robbery in Shaler – WPXI Pittsburgh

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FBI investigating bank robbery in Shaler
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SHALER TOWNSHIP, Pa. – The FBI is investigating a bank robbery Wednesday morning in Shaler, Channel 11 has learned. FOR BREAKING NEWS ALERTS & UPDATES, DOWNLOAD THE WPXI NEWS APP …
48 minutes: Three South Florida bank robberiesSun Sentinel

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mueller – Google News: Exclusive: Trump blamed ex-counsel McGahn for Mueller investigation – CNN

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Exclusive: Trump blamed ex-counsel McGahn for Mueller investigation
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Washington (CNN) Former White House Counsel Don McGahn ended his tumultuous tenure at the White House with one last encounter in which President Donald Trump blamed him for Robert Mueller’s appointment, sources close to McGahn tell CNN.

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mueller – Google News: Mueller refers plot to make false claims about him to FBI – WTNH.com (press release)

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Mueller refers plot to make false claims about him to FBI
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Robert Mueller’s office has referred to the FBI allegations that women were “offered money to make false claims” about the special counsel, according to Mueller’s spokesman. Continue Reading. Mourning and protests as Pittsburgh… Previous. Mourning

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house judiciary committee – Google News: House speaker defends handling of sex harassment allegations – Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)

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House speaker defends handling of sex harassment allegations
Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)
… his handling of allegations of sexual harassment at the state house, amid criticism that he didn’t do enough to address it. Speaker Nicholas Mattiello removed Democratic Rep. Cale Keable as chairman of the powerful House Judiciary Committee Monday.

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house judiciary committee – Google News: Beneath the Politics, House GOP Quietly Touts Legitimate Oversight of FBI, DOJ – Roll Call

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Beneath the Politics, House GOP Quietly Touts Legitimate Oversight of FBI, DOJ
Roll Call
The high-profile joint House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform probe into bias at the top echelons of the FBI and Department of Justice during 2016 has been marked by pitched partisanship that has distracted from the substance of lawmakers

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peter strzok is removed – Google News: Beneath the Politics, House GOP Quietly Touts Legitimate Oversight of FBI, DOJ – Roll Call

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Beneath the Politics, House GOP Quietly Touts Legitimate Oversight of FBI, DOJ
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Former FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok twice retained access to top-level information long after he should have been “read out” of the programs because he either had an “out of scope” polygraph test or had been taken off an investigative

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james b. comey – Google News: Beneath the Politics, House GOP Quietly Touts Legitimate Oversight of FBI, DOJ – Roll Call

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Roll Call

Beneath the Politics, House GOP Quietly Touts Legitimate Oversight of FBI, DOJ
Roll Call
A second, former FBI Director James B. Comey, took the remarkable step of requesting a public hearing instead of a private one. And another, Rosenstein, has been negotiating with House Republicans for nearly a month on an acceptable forum to answer …

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Crime and Criminology from mikenova (8 sites): InSight Crime: Even With ‘El Chapo’ Away, Sinaloa Cartel Remains Mexico’s Top Crime Group

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Even With ‘El Chapo’ Away, Sinaloa Cartel Remains Mexico’s Top Crime Group

The upcoming trial of Mexico’s former top drug kingpin El Chapo in the United States is being hailed as a major win against organized crime, but has the arrest really helped weaken one of the most powerful cartels in the region? Evidence suggests it hasn’t.

The trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, alias “El Chapo” — the former head of Mexico’s most powerful criminal organization, the Sinaloa Cartel — is scheduled to begin on November 5 in a Brooklyn courthouse in New York state.

US prosecutors charged the former kingpin in a 17-count indictment with leading a criminal enterprise over the span of some 20 years, conspiring to traffic cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, and marijuana internationally, in addition to conspiring to commit several murders of individuals that “posed a threat” to the Sinaloa Cartel, among other criminal charges. Six of the drug-related charges have since been dropped in an effort to “optimize” the case and “accelerate” its resolution, according to El Universal.

SEE ALSO: Mexico News and Profiles

US authorities claim that under El Chapo’s command, the Sinaloa Cartel earned some $14 billion in illicit proceeds from the drug trade. They are asking for the forfeiture of this money, but prosecutors have reportedly yet to find even a single dollar.

The kingpin’s attorneys claim there’s evidence suggesting his client was nothing more than a middle manager for the cartel, according to a report from Vice News.

Mexican authorities arrested El Chapo for the third and final time on January 8, 2016 in the coastal town of Los Mochis in northern Sinaloa state. Nearly six months earlier, the former drug lord had used an elaborate tunnel to escape (for a second time) from the maximum security Altiplano prison after being arrested in February 2014.

One year later, El Chapo was extradited to the United States where he now sits in isolation for 23 hours a day at a maximum security prison in the city of Brooklyn.

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The arrest of El Chapo has put the efficacy of the Mexican government’s so-called kingpin strategy — a policy of arresting or killing the leaders of Mexico’s violent cartels supported heavily by the United States government — on stark display.

The reality on the ground suggests that this method of tackling organized crime has done little to weaken one of the country’s most infamous criminal organizations: the Sinaloa Cartel.

The main reason is that the Sinaloa Cartel has a horizontal structure with decision-making authority spread throughout the organization, as opposed to a vertical structure with just one or a few key members calling the shots.

“The notion that one man does and controls everything is a fallacy,” said Cecilia Farfán-Méndez, a researcher at the University of California at San Diego’s Center for US-Mexican studies. “He [El Chapo] wasn’t making all the decisions on how to traffic drugs, how to launder money and how to run the criminal organization on his own.”

While El Chapo was on the run evading authorities, Ismael Zambada García, alias “El Mayo” — one of the cartel’s last remaining capos from the old guard — maintained the cartel’s structure and continues to do so today in the drug lord’s absence.

Although El Chapo’s fall generated some uncertainty that led to violent internal disputes regarding who would assume leadership over the cartel — primarily among El Chapo’s sons and his former right-hand man, Dámaso López Núñez, alias “El Licenciado” — the Sinaloa Cartel has managed to weather the storm and remain on top in the long-term.

“The Sinaloa Cartel is very good in terms of its organizational capacity,” said Amalia Pulido Gómez, a post-doctoral fellow at the College of Mexico in Mexico City. “They have a huge capacity to renew their organization even without El Chapo. They have other regional leaders with the capacity to adapt, reduce uncertainty and solve internal disputes.”

SEE ALSO: Sinaloa Cartel News and Profiles

Indeed, without El Chapo, the Sinaloa Cartel has hardly faltered despite the arrest of some of the group’s top leaders and some other important members.

In August 2018, authorities seized approximately 50 metric tons of methamphetamine — almost certainly the largest such haul in the country’s history — in the western state of Sinaloa that was allegedly linked to the cartel, suggesting that the group is still a major player in the drug trade and is adapting its operations to meet growing demand for synthetic drugs.

In addition, a highly sophisticated “narco-tunnel” that was recently dismantled along the US-Mexico border had all the markings of the Sinaloa Cartel: solar panels to run electrical, lighting and ventilation systems, sump pumps to drain the tunnel of water, as well as a railway system. A tunnel this sophisticated, worth millions of dollars, suggests that the Sinaloa Cartel still earns enough to make up for the high costs of construction, even when the tunnel is destroyed before it can be used.

But beyond the Sinaloa Cartel’s continued presence in Mexico, the group also continues to maintain a presence outside of the country. In February 2018, authorities in Colombia issued an alert about the influence of the group in financing the criminal activities of ex-FARC mafia groups — networks of former fighters from the now largely demobilized Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia – FARC). The group also continues to use Colombian export companies in trade-based money laundering schemes to wash their criminal proceeds in El Chapo’s absence.

“El Chapo created an extraordinary criminal organization that was designed to carry on even in his absence,” Mike Vigil, the former Chief of International Operations at the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), told InSight Crime. “It’s a global organization that operates in more than 40 countries.”

The kingpin strategy makes for flashy headlines and perp walks that captivate onlookers. But if El Chapo’s arrest and extradition to the United States has made one thing about the Sinaloa Cartel clear, it’s that authorities are going to have to take a drastically different approach to take down one of the strongest criminal organizations that Mexico has ever seen.

Photo: Elizabeth Williams/AP

The post Even With ‘El Chapo’ Away, Sinaloa Cartel Remains Mexico’s Top Crime Group appeared first on InSight Crime.

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Peter Strzok – Google News: 3 members of Congress you’ll be seeing a lot more of if Democrats win the House in the midterms – Mic

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3 members of Congress you’ll be seeing a lot more of if Democrats win the House in the midterms
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If Democrats take control of the House on Nov. 6, as they are expected to do, then it’s more than just the speakership Democrats will control. There are also 27 House committees that work on everything from the federal government’s pursestrings to

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political criminology – Google News: Program Connects Children To Their Incarcerated Parents – butlerradio.com

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Program Connects Children To Their Incarcerated Parents
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From left, Heather Rice, associate professor of political science and Slippery Rock University student Adia Achtzehn review children’s books that will be used in the “Read to Me” program where inmates at the Butler County Prison are video recorded

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Federal Bureau of Investigation: Bomb Suspect Planned His Campaign for More Than Three Months, Court Papers Say

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The laptop of Cesar Sayoc Jr., the Florida man arrested in connection with the pipe bombs sent to Trump critics, has given investigators a fresh trove of evidence, new documents say.

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Wednesday US briefing: FBI investigates suspected hoax against Mueller
The Guardian
The office of special counsel Robert Mueller has asked the FBI to investigate a suspected attempt to smear the man examining Russia’s interference in the 2016 election. Several journalists received an email on 17 October, purporting to be from a woman

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