Category Archives: Crime & Punishment

Florida politician shoots intruder who crashed vehicle into another house while fleeing cops

Officials say that a Florida politician shot an alleged intruder who crashed his vehicle into another house while attempting to flee police officers. Palmetto city commissioner Brian Williams opened fire after seeing Avelino Misreal Vasquez-Perez, 22, hiding in his garage and trying to enter the kitchen, Miami Herald reported.

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Giuliani Wants Mueller Investigated for Destroying Evidence

Rudy Giuliani wants special counsel Robert Mueller investigated for destruction of FBI evidence. His comments came during two interviews with Hill.TV.

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Trump Thanks Russia Dossier Reporter for ‘Honesty’

President Donald Trump ripped into the Russia investigation again on Tuesday and said Yahoo’s investigation reporter Michael Isikoff is now expressing doubts. Trump’s comments came in three tweets he posted on Tuesday.

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Trump slams ‘total sleaze’ Comey, ‘corrupt’ FBI leaders, after report bureau launched probe after director’s ouster

The White House lashed out against “disgraced partisan hack” James Comey and “known liar” Andrew McCabe on Friday after a report that the FBI — after President Trump fired Comey as the bureau’s director — opened a secret inquiry into whether Trump had been working on behalf of Russia against American interests.

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Michael Reagan to Newsmax TV: How About Congress’ Slush Fund?

Michael Cohen got the prison sentence he deserved, political commentator Michael Reagan told Newsmax TV, but there is another story in the nation’s capital that deserves attention, too.

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Turkey Seeks 15-Year Prison Terms for Prominent Journalists

The state run news agency of Turkey says prosecutors are seeking maximum 15-year prison terms for five journalists of an opposition newspaper, intensifying concerns over authorities’ crackdown on news coverage critical of the government.

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Kavanaugh accusers rocked confirmation process: Where are they now?

Although  multiple women publicly accused Kavanaugh of sexually inappropriate behavior — mainly occurring at parties in high school or college — only one testified before lawmakers after they pushed back a scheduled confirmation vote: Christine Blasey Ford.

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Rudy Giuliani: If Flynn Has Trump Dirt, We’d Already Know

Rudy Giuliani, one of the lawyers representing President Donald Trump for the Russia probe, said Tuesday night it is unlikely former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has any dirt on Trump because it has not been revealed.

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Cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal granted appeal, spurring outrage from widow of slain police officer

The widow of a Philadelphia police officer who was gunned down 37 years ago in the line of duty is “outraged” over a judge’s decision last week to grant her husband’s killer a chance to appeal his conviction.

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Ex-FBI Director Comey Reaches Deal on Congressional Testimony

Former FBI director James Comey tweeted Sunday that he had reached a deal with them regarding his testimony before Congress.

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