Alerta de Google: fbi: FBI warns about wire transfer fraud

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The FBI said the number of people being victimized by what agency calls business e-mail compromise scam (BEC) has skyrocketed in recent years.

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Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (8 sites): “political crimes” – Google News: Manafort hears from one judge, appeals to another as he awaits sentencing – CNN

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Manafort hears from one judge, appeals to another as he awaits sentencing  CNN

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, in the last days before he learns how long he’ll spend in prison, is facing an uphill battle for leniency from …

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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Proud Boys Members Have Pleaded Guilty To Charges In The New York City Attack – BuzzFeed News

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Proud Boys Members Have Pleaded Guilty To Charges In The New York City Attack  BuzzFeed News

Members of the Proud Boys, a far-right group that proclaims itself to be “Western chauvinists,” could face up to a year in jail for a brawl that broke out in …

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“house judiciary committee” – Google News: Sunday on ‘This Week’: Rep. Jerrold Nadler, Rep. Kevin McCarthy and Gov. Jay Inslee – ABC News

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Sunday on ‘This Week’: Rep. Jerrold Nadler, Rep. Kevin McCarthy and Gov. Jay Inslee  ABC News

Following Michael Cohen’s three days of testimony on Capitol Hill, House Judiciary Committee Chair Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., and House Minority Leader …

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“house judiciary committee” – Google News: Congressman Eric Swalwell returning to Iowa this weekend. – kwwl.com

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Congressman Eric Swalwell returning to Iowa this weekend.  kwwl.com

(KWWL)–Congressman Eric Swalwell will return to Iowa on Sunday March 3rd and Monday March 4th. Swalwell, 38, is serving his fourth term representing …

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Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (8 sites): “political crimes” – Google News: Otto Warmbier’s family and Trump spar over his defense of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in their son’s death – The Washington Post

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Otto Warmbier’s family and Trump spar over his defense of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in their son’s death  The Washington Post

President Trump sparred publicly Friday with the parents of Otto Warmbier after they rebuked him for holding North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un blameless in …

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“mueller” – Google News: In new sentencing memo, Paul Manafort’s lawyers accused Mueller of ‘spreading misinformation’ to ‘vilify’ Manafort ‘in a manner that this country has not experienced in decades’ – INSIDER

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In new sentencing memo, Paul Manafort’s lawyers accused Mueller of ‘spreading misinformation’ to ‘vilify’ Manafort ‘in a manner that this country has not experienced in decades’  INSIDER

In a sentencing memo filed Friday, lawyers representing Paul Manafort, the former chairman of President Donald Trump’s campaign, accused the special …

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“fbi books on amazon” – Google News: Harrop: Privacy will belong to a new top 1 percent – The Bakersfield Californian

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Harrop: Privacy will belong to a new top 1 percent  The Bakersfield Californian

Why did Jeff Bezos, founder of tech giant Amazon, send gushy texts to his paramour, it appears, without using encryption?

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Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (8 sites): “political crimes” – Google News: House panel demands White House turn over Kushner documents – live – The Guardian

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House panel demands White House turn over Kushner documents – live  The Guardian

White House given deadline of Monday to comply with committee’s request after reports Trump ordered security clearance for Kushner.

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Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (8 sites): InSight Crime: Synthetic ‘Pink Cocaine’ Crossing from Argentina Into Uruguay

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Synthetic ‘Pink Cocaine’ Crossing from Argentina Into Uruguay

Anti-drug officials in Uruguay are warning citizens about the arrival of a new kind of alleged pink cocaine from Argentina, underscoring how the synthetic drugs market in Argentina may be spreading to neighboring countries.

Uruguay’s National Drug Board (La Junta Nacional de Drogas de Uruguay — JND) is alerting citizens about the arrival of a new so-called “pink cocaine” synthetic drug from Argentina that is being detected in the country, Prensa Latina reported.

Authorities in Uruguay say the drug comes in the form of a pink pill or powder. In Argentina, however, the drug is reportedly marketed as cocaine powder to the country’s upper- and middle-class at electronic music parties or through messaging applications like WhatsApp and the dark web, an encrypted and anonymous part of the Internet.

SEE ALSO: Uruguay News and Profile

However, the drug is actually a synthetic drug known as 2C-B, a stimulant and hallucinogenic drug similar to MDMA that first gained popularity in Europe. Earlier this year, authorities in Uruguay seized some of this pink synthetic drug in a carton of the hallucinogenic LSD, according to El Pais.

Authorities in Argentina first detected the drug five or six years ago. They say it was first consumed by networks of thieves from Colombia that frequented electronic music clubs in the Palermo and Costanera neighborhoods of the capital Buenos Aires, Clarín reported.

The drug sells for 2,000 Argentine pesos (around $50) per gram, according to Clarín, which is seven times more expensive than a gram of cocaine, making it one of the most expensive drugs on the market.

Medical professionals in Argentina are unsure why the drug is being marketed as being similar to cocaine. “The consequences of consuming this drug have little to do with cocaine hydrochloride,” according to Sergio Saracco from the Argentine Toxicological Association, Clarín reported.

InSight Crime Analysis

The emergence of synthetic drugs in Argentina and Uruguay follows a regional trend of criminal groups adapting to the growing demand of such drugs. Although Argentina has not been a flashpoint for their consumption, its local drug market is following regional shifting dynamics.  

While Argentina has increasingly become a key transshipment link for South America’s cocaine trade, domestic trafficking, and local consumption have also increased in recent years.

National drug consumption data published by Argentine authorities in 2017 revealed that the estimated number of marijuana and cocaine consumers grew by nearly 150 percent and almost 50 percent, respectively, between 2010 and 2017. The percentage of young people between the ages of 12 and 17 using cocaine and ecstasy also tripled during that time. It’s possible that the presence of the pink synthetic drug 2C-B reflects a shift in the products domestic users are demanding.

SEE ALSO: Argentina News and Profile

However, Colombian traffickers who control the sale of 2C-B at home and in Buenos Aires appear to be stretching the drug by using cutting agents to sell to different social classes after it became a staple for the Argentine capital’s upper- and middle-class. The Colombian non-governmental organization Échele Cabeza told Clarín that the 2C-B being sold is a “fake, adulterated substance” in 95 percent of cases.

“It’s highly probable that Sildenafil [Viagra] is also used in the mixture to increase stimulation, but this also increases heart rate and the risk of heart attack,” according to Échele Cabeza.

The recent warnings from anti-drug officials in Uruguay suggests that dealers may now be increasingly cutting and extending sales of the synthetic drug outside of Argentina and into neighboring countries in response to growing demand.

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“Christopher Wray” – Google News: Battle Over Security Clearances Accelerates With Report Of Trump Intervention – wgbh.org

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Battle Over Security Clearances Accelerates With Report Of Trump Intervention  wgbh.org

Updated at 11:39 a.m. ET. The White House and the leader of the House oversight committee are squaring off for what could become a battle royale over …

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“fbi books on amazon” – Google News: Privacy will belong to a new top 1 percent – Salina Journal

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Privacy will belong to a new top 1 percent  Salina Journal

Why did Jeff Bezos, founder of tech giant Amazon, send gushy texts to his paramour, it appears, without using encryption?Why did he even take selfies of an …

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“mueller” – Google News: Mueller announces opening of new Orthodontics Clinic – Herald Review

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Mueller announces opening of new Orthodontics Clinic  Herald Review

Grand Rapids native, Dr. Ryan Mueller, announces the opening of his new orthodontic office located at 615 NE 4th St. in Grand Rapids. With its contemporary …

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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Columbia man gets 43 years for trying to kill ex-wife with mail bomb – WLTX.com

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Columbia man gets 43 years for trying to kill ex-wife with mail bomb  WLTX.com

A Columbia man serving time for murder will serve additional time for orchestrating a murder plot against his ex-wife.

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Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (8 sites): InSight Crime: The Armed Groups Propping Up Venezuela’s Government

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The Armed Groups Propping Up Venezuela’s Government

Reports from Venezuela are shocking the world with images of “colectivos,” police and military using excessive force — even opening fire — on unarmed civilians attempting to bring humanitarian aid into the country through its borders with Colombia and Brazil.

The latest incidents occurred on February 23 and left at least four dead and more than 285 injured. The alleged perpetrators belong to three main government-backed groups: – the Bolivarian National Guard (Guardia Nacional Bolivariana – GNB);
– the Special Action Forces (Fuerzas de Acciones Especiales – FAES) of the national police (Policía Nacional Bolivariana – PNB);
– and what are known as “colectivos,” groups that supported former President Hugo Chávez that over the years have grown increasingly armed and prone to engage in criminal activities.

The victims of the events on February 23 include several dozen people from the indigenous Pemón community who had to seek refuge in Brazil as well as journalists who were pursued, robbed and threatened by the armed groups.

Mass media and civilian witnesses alike released video footage of men on motorcycles dressed in black and armed with long guns and 9mm pistols. They gathered in packs and clashed with demonstrators who rejected the government of Nicolás Maduro.

The border cities of Ureña in the state of Táchira and Santa Elena de Uairén in Bolívar have also reported uniformed GNB soldiers driving tanks and military vehicles through town and shooting up homes and businesses in an effort to force suspected members of the anti-Maduro resistance out into the open to better confront them.

Who are these groups? Why do they continue to so vehemently defend Maduro’s now rapidly failing regime? How strong is their loyalty to a government that has been rejected by over 50 nations and is reported to have links to organized crime? Are Maduro’s “armies” prepared to face a potential armed intervention in Venezuela? The following InSight Crime analysis will attempt to answer these questions.

Corrupt Military Leadership in the FANB

It is no secret that the Venezuelan National Armed Forces (Fuerza Armada Nacional Bolivariana – FANB) are the Maduro government’s main prop, but just how strong is their support? And what is the basis for their loyalty?

Militarism has characterized the past 20 years of Chavista rule in Venezuela. Both Chávez and Maduro have fanned the flames of the FANB’s loyalty by placing military officials in virtually all government institutions and militarizing public security forces. But they even went beyond those measures by granting the military new functions and — perhaps most importantly — new sources of income in their creation of financial institutions, mining companies and other structures for them to run.

SEE ALSO: Drug Trafficking Within the Venezuelan Regime: The ‘Cartel of the Suns’

But despite what the government’s creation of so many state-owned companies may imply, the Venezuelan military’s desire to maintain the status quo has more to do with lucrative businesses linked to organized crime, whose profits come from drug trafficking, illegal mining, smuggling, extortion and other illegal activities.

The fact that military officials — many of whom hold leadership positions and simultaneously belong to the Cartel of the Suns criminal structure — have illegally amassed this kind of economic power is likely why they continue to support Maduro. The problem is that it is a major obstacle for a peaceful transition of power in the country.

It is a different story for those lower in the hierarchy. While mid- to low-ranking officials and troops may participate in criminal activities and human rights violations, they do not have the power nor the income of their superiors and are often exposed to the country’s widespread lack of food and medicine.

Amid the most recent wave of unrest, discontent within the military has come to the fore with a mutiny at a military base on January 21. Meanwhile, 411 members of the military have now deserted, seeking the amnesty self-declared interim President Juan Guaidó has offered them. It has been said that many of those who fled their military positions did so because they were forced to work with the colectivos.

Venezuelan NGO Control Ciudadano estimates that the four arms of the FANB (army, national guard, air force and navy) currently number between 136,000 and 140,000 troops.

The FAES and the SEBIN: Police and Torturers

The FAES is an elite unit that Maduro created during the 2017 protests specifically to defend the Chavista revolution. Since then, it has morphed into little more than an extermination group, according to Venezuelan and international human rights organizations like PROVEA. The police unit has been involved in the alleged extrajudicial executions of more than 675 people from working-class neighborhoods, sometimes under accusations that they were criminals.

The FAES now stands at approximately 1,600 strong, an Interior Ministry official told InSight Crime, and has worked to brutally oppress the newest wave of Venezuela’s anti-government protests since January.

“This is one of the few police groups that could remain loyal to Maduro because they have been indoctrinated and have received special training to act according to political objectives. They were created to handle political situations like the one going on right now in Venezuela. They’re prepared to kill,” the official told InSight Crime from Caracas.

He added that another reason why some of the FAES could remain loyal to Maduro is that many of them started out in the colectivos, groups that have always been sympathetic to the Chavez and Maduro governments and have become increasingly armed and violent. Maduro likely recruited so many FAES members from the colectivos for their callousness and bloodthirstiness, which has been confirmed by PNB and FAES officials who recently abandoned the police force as well as by colectivo leaders, all of whom spoke to InSight Crime from Venezuela.

But the FAES’s ferocity may bely a general hum of discontent within many other branches of the PNB, including the national intelligence service (Servicio Bolivariano de Inteligencia Nacional – SEBIN) and the criminal investigation unit (Cuerpo de Investigaciones Científicas, Penales y Criminalísticas – CICPC). Officers are becoming increasingly dissatisfied due to the worsening humanitarian crisis but are not speaking up for fear of being labeled traitors and consequently persecuted, according to police officials who spoke to InSight Crime.

Discontent in the SEBIN, however, became more apparent amid the contradicting orders regarding the January 13 arrest of Guaidó and the subsequent imprisonment of the 12 officers who carried it out.

Unlike with the military, the current number of security forces in Venezuela is unknown.

Colectivos Terrorizing the Border

Colectivos have played a major role in this year’s newest bout of political tension. The groups rallied around Maduro as soon as he took office for his disputed second term. Now, they have begun to expand their presence to the country’s borders and give even stronger demonstrations of their support than before.

As InSight Crime reported, government officials in Táchira state on the border with Colombia created a “border security colectivo” in 2018. And this one includes members of the ELN and the FARC dissidence. The group put on a show of force on January 23, when it opened fire to prevent humanitarian aid from being brought into Venezuela. They shot at journalists, volunteers and civilian members of the opposition in San Antonio del Táchira, on the Simón Bolívar International Bridge and in Santa Elena de Uairén.

SEE ALSO: The Devolution of State Power: The ‘Colectivos’

Moreover, Humberto Prado, director of the Venezuelan Prison Observatory (Observatorio Venezolano de Prisiones – OVP), accused the Maduro government of releasing prison inmates to fill the colectivos’ ranks in their repression efforts.

Not only have the colectivos been expanding their reach in Venezuela — they now have presence in 16 states — but they have also become almost unrecognizable from the groups that Chávez originally created.

To stymie anti-Maduro sentiment, they now operate more like paramilitary shock troops of armed civilians and receive support from security forces. They participated in the government’s repression of the protests in 2014 and 2017 as well as in a government initiative called “Operation Liberation and Protection of the People” (Operación de Liberación y Protección del Pueblo – OLP), which has been tied to human rights abuses and criminal acts.

Beyond their political oppression activities, the colectivos have gotten a foothold in Venezuela’s underworld, engaging in such criminal activities as extortion, kidnapping, drug trafficking and murder for hire.

In general, the colectivos have supported Maduro as they did Chávez. In an effort to advocate for their survival, one member of a sort of colectivo federation called the Revolutionary Secretariat of Venezuela (Secretariado Revolucionario de Venezuela) told InSight Crime that “if something happens, we’ll have to go out and defend the government, because those who come will be coming for us.”

But some are beginning to waver in their allegiance to the government because they have not been receiving the economic benefits they once did, and the country’s crisis has been affecting them. At the same time, they fear persecution should they abandon the government’s revolution.

As a colectivo leader in the 23 de Enero neighborhood of Caracas put it, “everyone is afraid here, but the people have shown that they want change, and the same thing is happening with the social organizations … If something happens, most will run away. If something happens, only those willing to die will stay here.”

The FARC Dissidence and the ELN: Trained and Armed

With the National Liberation Army (Ejército de Liberación Nacional – ELN) in the middle of Venezuelan territory and dissident factions of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia – FARC) regrouping at the border, Colombian guerrilla groups are contributing their fair share to the country’s organized crime activity and driving instability levels up. They now operate in 13 of Venezuela’s 24 states, according to the International Crisis Group (ICG).

During and after the peace process between Colombia and the FARC, several groups of guerrillas dissented and chose to continue trafficking drugs. Meanwhile, the ELN has continued to operate and is now Colombia’s number one enemy with the FARC demobilized. Both groups have been eying Venezuela as a means to shield themselves from the Colombian authorities in a country that has been generally tolerant and accommodating towards them for the past 20 years.

Colombian guerrilla groups have even gone so far as to assume various state functions. The ELN now runs the country’s mining region. And while both they and area FARC dissidents had already established themselves along the border to control the drug trafficking routes between Colombia and Venezuela, this year’s unrest has seen them take their support of the current administration to another level.

Case in point, ELN Central Command leader Israel Ramírez Pineda, alias “Pablo Beltrán,” told British newspaper The Telegraph that, in the event of military intervention in Venezuela, they “would be on the front lines and would not hesitate” to defend the Maduro government.

It is unknown precisely how many people belong to the Colombian guerrilla groups operating in Venezuela and at the border, but ICG estimates an army of roughly 2,000 in the ELN alone. This makes the group’s formidable criminal allies of the Maduro regime should an armed confrontation occur.

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“mueller” – Google News: Mueller, Sandeno, and Ronayne take home MIAC Track and Field Awards – Carleton College News

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Mueller, Sandeno, and Ronayne take home MIAC Track and Field Awards  Carleton College News

Since 2004, the Knights have seen 13 All-America performances and a total of 127 All-MIAC performances. The Knights produced 47 MIAC event titles over that …

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House OKs bill for school marshal program  Great Falls Tribune

The House of Representatives passed the third reading of a bill Friday to create a school marshal program, setting qualifications for the job.

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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Grand jury indicts Hopkinsville lieutenant for perjury in 2012 case against former councilwoman – WKRN News 2

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Grand jury indicts Hopkinsville lieutenant for perjury in 2012 case against former councilwoman  WKRN News 2

A Christian County grand jury indicted Hopkinsville Police Lt. Jefferson Alexander for first-degree perjury on Friday morning, according to documents obtained …

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RT @NewYorker: If there has been a previous occasion when a President’s personal lawyer has testified to Congress that his client is a comm…

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If there has been a previous occasion when a President’s personal lawyer has testified to Congress that his client is a common crook, it has been lost to the history books: nyer.cm/XYWJpeF pic.twitter.com/1kUMYzGznn



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RT @kirillrodnoi: Молдавия запретила въезд Рогозину!!! В ответ Россия запретила ввоз молдавской свинины. Это самый симметричный ответ в ист…

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Молдавия запретила въезд Рогозину!!! В ответ Россия запретила ввоз молдавской свинины. Это самый симметричный ответ в истории человечества. pic.twitter.com/wOzB9AZQjc



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