A fugitive on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list who was arrested in Maryland is suspected in the death of a Southeast D.C. woman, according to law enforcement sources. Officers checking on the welfare of 40-year-old Natina Kiah found her dead in her apartment in the 5000 block of D Street SE about 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, police said. She had been stabbed. Police arrested 43-year-old Lamont Stephenson in Prince George’s County Thursday morning, sources said. He was wanted by the FBI for the suspected killing of a woman and her dog in Newark, New Jersey, in October 2014. Stephenson was charged with homicide in November 2014. Disabled plaintiffs call themselves activists working to improve society for the disabled, one lawsuit at a time. Critics call it "legal extortion," now targeting small business owners who feel they are "sitting ducks" for Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuits regarding their websites. Last year, there were 2,285 ADA website lawsuits filed in federal courts … [Read more...] about Fugitive on FBI’s 10 Most Wanted List Suspected in DC Woman’s Death: Sources
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Updated 4:44 pm CST, Wednesday, February 13, 2019 FILE - This undated file photos released on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018 by the FBI shows an FBI wanted poster of Greg Alyn Carlson. The FBI tracked Carlson, a man they think was one of the country's 10 most-wanted fugitives, to a North Carolina motel, where agents shot and killed him on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019. (FBI via AP, File) less FILE - This undated file photos released on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018 by the FBI shows an FBI wanted poster of Greg Alyn Carlson. The FBI tracked Carlson, a man they think was one of the country's 10 most-wanted ... more Photo: AP Photo: AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 FILE - This undated file photos released on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018 by the FBI shows an FBI wanted poster of Greg Alyn … [Read more...] about FBI: Most Wanted list suspect is believed killed by officers
Angela Davis, author, educator and iconic civil rights activist, speaks in Flint, Mich., in an undated photo. (Associated Press) Angela Davis, an activist who gained notoriety in the 1960s and 70s while working with the Communist Party USA and the Black Panther Party and whose involvement in the armed takeover of a California courtroom resulted in four deaths, will be a featured speaker next week at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day event. Davis has remained an activist and advocates on social problems related to incarceration, racial discrimination and poverty. Her presence next Wednesday at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine, is meant to champion the school’s devotion to inclusion and diversity, university president James Herbert said, according to reports. “Angela Davis’ visit to UNE reminds us of our remarkable institutional history, a history of including those who are excluded and championing those who are shunned,” Herbert said in … [Read more...] about Angela Davis, former fugitive wanted by FBI, to offer MLK Day lecture
President Donald Trump said Friday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his investigators had conflicts of interest, demanding on Twitter that they are included in the final report. “Will Robert Mueller’s big time conflicts of interest be listed at the top of his Republicans only Report?” Trump asked. Trump said Mueller and “Leakin’ Lyin’ James Comey” were “best friends,” which represented a conflict of interest that should be noted in the report. In his most lengthy condemnation of the report to date, Trump listed the grievances that he had with the investigation. He said the report should reveal all of the Democrats involved in the investigation who donated to Hillary Clinton. Trump reminded the world that attorney Jeannie Rhee, who was also part of the investigation, served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General Eric Holder and represented Hillary Clinton in an email lawsuit and the Clinton Foundation in a racketeering … [Read more...] about What Donald Trump Wants to See in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Report
An unusual murder mystery is playing out inside the Hazelton penitentiary in West Virginia. The prime suspects — inmates — are already locked up. The victim was an aging mobster, someone plenty of people had reason to want dead. But how James (Whitey) Bulger, the crime boss and law enforcement informant from Boston, came to be murdered just a few hours after arriving at Hazelton is still a puzzle. Among the questions investigators are trying to answer, according to interviews with more than a dozen Federal Bureau of Prisons employees, lawyers with clients inside and relatives of inmates, are these: Of at least four men sent to solitary confinement following the attack, which ones beat him to death? Why was Bulger, a notorious informant in frail health, placed with other inmates in the general population? And how did Bulger come to be transferred to Hazelton to begin with? Bulger, who infamously yanked the teeth out of his murder victims to thwart identification, was … [Read more...] about Who wanted Whitey Bulger dead? Better question: Who didn’t?