He said the dangers are not limited to the elements inherent in the ranchlands, but being out alone in areas known to be used by human smuggling guides, and other drug-related organizations, remains a dangerous proposition for anyone. This is also the case for White, who struggled to recall the number of times he heard bullets fly by him during a search. … [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
Horowitz is known as the person who uncovered the anti-Trump texts between two FBI officials who were working on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into possible criminal wrongdoing by President Trump and his campaign. Last year, Horowitz was the subject of a tweet from the president, who noted that he was nominated by President Obama. But Horowitz, a former federal public corruption prosecutor in New York, is considered fiercely independent. … [Read more...] about Justice Dept. watchdog: Change law to let me probe Acosta’s Jeffrey Epstein plea deal
The next day, Loiacono went to Madison Square Garden, where preparations for Harrison’s show were underway. The persistent private investigator got backstage twice before being ejected each time by Garden security guards. So he obtained a ticket for that night’s concert and walked down to the stage area while opening act Shankar and his group were playing. Loiacono’s prospects appeared to be improving: his prey Harrison sat on the side of the stage talking with current manager Denis O’Brien. Loiacono jumped into the moat that surrounded the stage platform, but he was once again repelled by a Garden security guard. … [Read more...] about Did litigation kill the Beatles?
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