A federal judge in Portland ordered a Beaverton woman’s naturalized U.S. citizenship be revoked for her role in the killings of unarmed Bosnians because of their religion and ethnicity during a Balkans civil war in the 1990s.
U.S. District Judge Marco A. Hernandez ruled last Thursday that 46-year-old Sammy Rasema Yetisen, also known as Rasema Handanovic, obtained her citizenship illegally because she didn’t have “good moral character” required for naturalization and lied on her application forms. She was convicted of war crimes against civilians and prisoners of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina after obtaining U.S. citizenship.
The wife of an al-Qaeda recruiter who mentored the Charlie Hebdo attackers has won a long-running human rights battle in the European courts - leaving UK tax-payers to pick up a £21,531 legal bill.
The judges’ decision brings an end to a marathon legal saga which began in 2011 when Sylvie Beghal, now 49, was stopped at East Midlands Airport after a visit her husband Djamel Beghal in a French jail. She claimed her right to a private and family life were violated by UK officials because they detained her without reasonable suspicion. The case was thrown out by the High Court and Supreme Court in London but the European Court of Human Rights has now ruled in her favour.
U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton ordered Manning to jail Friday after a brief hearing in which Manning confirmed she has no intention of testifying. She told the judge she “will accept whatever you bring upon me.”
Manning has said she objects to the secrecy of the grand jury process, and that she already revealed everything she knows at her court martial.
The judge said she will remain jailed until she testifies or until the grand jury concludes its work.
The Dragon capsule pulled away from the orbiting lab early Friday, a test dummy named Ripley its lone occupant. It’s aiming for a morning splashdown in the Atlantic off Florida’s coast, the final hurdle of the six-day test flight. Saturday’s launch and Sunday’s docking were spot on.
Canadian station astronaut David Saint-Jacques was the first to enter the Dragon when it arrived and the last to leave. He found the capsule “very slick” and called it business class.
NASA astronauts have been stuck riding Russian rockets since space shuttles retired eight years ago. NASA is counting on SpaceX and Boeing to start launching astronauts this year. SpaceX is shooting for summer.
In January 2019, an international team of scientists working off the tip of southern Chile got their first live look at what might be a new species of killer whale. Called Type D, the whales were previously known only from a beach stranding more than 60 years ago, fishermen’s stories, and tourist photographs.
Genetic samples the team collected will help determine whether this animal, with its distinctly different color pattern and body shape, is indeed new to science.
During the month of February 2019, ICE’s Enforcement and Removal’s (ERO) deportation officers assigned to the New York Field Office arrested more than 20 criminal aliens throughout their area of responsibility, after they were released from local law enforcement custody with an active immigration detainer in place.
“The sanctuary city politics of this city continue to put the safety of New York residents at risk,” said Thomas R. Decker, field office director for ERO NY. “We need our elected officials to stop the rhetoric. The fact remains that ICE makes this city safer by removing criminal aliens and public threats off the street so they are unable to reoffend, victimizing our city residents.”
Bill Shine resigned as White House deputy chief of staff for communications and will take a new role on President Trump’s re-election campaign, it was announced Friday.
Shine, a former co-president of Fox News, joined the White House in June of 2018. Earlier this week, the Trump campaign announced it was beefing up its communication team with more hires.
Collins, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, took the unusual step by reading a statement on the House floor and providing a link to the Ohr transcript in the public record. The representative said his patience with the Justice Department “has grown thin.”
Ohr served in 2016 and 2017 as a back channel between the FBI and Christopher Steele, the former British spy who authored the anti-Trump dossier alleging collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government. Ohr’s wife, Nellie Ohr, worked as a contractor for Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that hired Steele.
Collins said Friday that he plans to release additional transcripts from interviews conducted by the task force. Lawmakers have also interviewed Nellie Ohr and FBI and Justice Department officials such as former FBI general counsel James Baker and former FBI attorney Lisa Page.
If you read the whole trasnscript, you will see a section where Gowdy mentions the Clintons being under investigation for violating the Espionage Act. It's important to note that he's been calling the email probe into the Clintons the 'Clinton Espionage Act Investigation' since the Comey hearings. But Comey specifically says that he never applied the label of 'Espionage Act' to the Clintons. So it seems that Gowdy kept running with it hoping that it would stick in the American psyche. So calling it the 'Espionage Act Investigation' wasn't official and it should be noted.
The poll found that 55% of white voters, 48% of black voters, and 40% of Hispanic voters believe that non-citizens “vote sometimes or frequently” in state elections.
Though 68% of Texas Democrats believe that non-citizens vote either “never” or “rarely” in state elections, even 22% of Texas Democrats said they think non-citizens vote either “sometimes” or “frequently.”
Among Republicans, 76% believe non-citizens vote “sometimes or frequently” while only 16% believe non-citizens “rarely” or “never” vote.
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