His recovery rate remains low, and the prospect of finding someone who is still alive is even less likely nearly five years after he started searching for remains. Combining the days he's conducted these searches over the last several years, he's spent more than a full year walking on foot around the remote ranchlands of Brooks County. … [Read more...] about Operation Identification Involves Immigrant Remains in Texas
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Sergio Marchionne, chief executive officer of Chrysler Group LLC and Fiat SpA, left, speaks with Mike Pence, governor of Indiana, at the Chrysler Group transmission plant in Kokomo, Indiana, U.S., on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013. Chrysler Group LLC, the automaker majority owned by Fiat SpA, will invest about $374 million and add 1,250 jobs at Indiana factories to boost output of eight-and nine-speed transmissions. … [Read more...] about Photo of Pence with officer apparently wearing QAnon patch raises eyebrows
Another prominent Kirkland alum, President Trump’s attorney general nominee, William Barr, was questioned about the case by Sen. Ben Sasse, a Nebraska Republican, during his confirmation hearings earlier this month. Barr said that since the case involved his former law firm, he would likely recuse himself — but he promised Sasse that he would address the Justice Department’s handling of the case in some fashion. … [Read more...] about Justice Dept. watchdog: Change law to let me probe Acosta’s Jeffrey Epstein plea deal
Klein’s suit, in New York state court, arose amid the larger legal conﬂict that erupted after Harrison, John Lennon and Ringo Starr ﬁred Klein as their manager in March 1973. Klein claimed the Harrisongs suit was “a simple one unrelated to the total history of relations” between ABKCO and Harrison and his companies. But Harrison’s Los Angeles lawyer, David Braun, said Klein had written him about the “enormity, complexity and sensitivity of” the Harrisongs matter. Braun believed Klein’s complaint against Harrisongs was in retaliation for a management suit that Harrison, Lennon and Starr ﬁled against Klein in England. … [Read more...] about Did litigation kill the Beatles?
At the time that the case was closed, FBI investigators had identified nearly 40 victims — and more were coming forward — who said they had been molested or sexually assaulted by Epstein and some of his co-conspirators. One of those victims, Courtney Wild, told the Herald that she brought at least 60 girls to his waterfront Palm Beach estate over time. She wanted Epstein prosecuted — and was willing to testify — but prosecutors never gave her the chance, she told the Herald. … [Read more...] about Top aide of Jeffrey Epstein prosecutor Acosta: We acted with integrity