The story, published in June 2016, explained how former Attorney General Kathleen Kane's administration then secretly sat on the confiscated cash, roughly $1.77 million, for nearly two years as internal questions swirled about the legality of the seizure and how some agents suspected money had been skimmed. Sources also described how a subsequent federal wiretap, made in 2015, picked up a drug dealer complaining that the van should have been carrying more money than agents registered on official paperwork. … [Read more...] about Ex-state narcotics agent pleads guilty to accepting drug money
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In the longer term, the shutdown could be a devastating blow to workforce morale and permanently impair the bureau's ability to recruit top cyber talent. The Agents Association painted a bleak picture during a news conference of young agents unable to afford to feed their families and longer-serving agents delaying things including braces for children. … [Read more...] about The Cybersecurity 202: Shutdown hits FBI cyber investigations hard
Emanuel, who previously served as President Barack Obama‘s Chief of Staff, had stated back in December that there is a problem with a police “code of silence” where officers protect each other from accusations, and Judge Feinerman felt that his testimony could add value to the case. City attorneys said they’d be willing to acknowledge the code of silence if it would keep Emanuel off the witness stand. A spokesman for Emanuel said in a statement that the mayor would not have anything else to add. … [Read more...] about Judge Wants Rahm Emanuel to Testify in Police Whistleblower Lawsuit
But his cousin, Ronald Bergrin, said “We are extremely disappointed in the outcome,” describing the prosecution’s case as based on “witnesses who were taken out of their cells and put on the witness stand to say what the government wanted them to say.” … [Read more...] about Pro Se Ex-Prosecutor Accused of Conspiring to Murder an FBI Informant Wins a Mistrial
Informant stated that many residents in Phew [sic] Gardens were offered two thousand-dollars a week for use of their apartment but apparently not many accepted. Informant further stated that perpetrators were believed to have left 4 bags of drugs in the apt. and apparently found some contents missing when they came for them. The perps. then told the victim/tenant she owed them eight- thousand dollars. When perps. came for the money they first raped her before strangling her. The 13 yr. old daughter may have unknowingly walked in on the seen [sic] so then killed her. … [Read more...] about Duke Lacrosse Rape Case Prosecutor is in Trouble…Again!