A 77-year-old murderer... was convicted this week of fatally stabbing a Maine woman while her twin children watched. Back in 1979, he killed his wife, Sandra, in shockingly similar circumstances, stabbing her to death while the woman's young daughter was nearby. He was convicted of murder and served 25 years behind bars. After his release in 2004, Flick was convicted of assaulting two other women in 2010. A judge sentenced Flick to almost four years behind bars — resisting recommendations of prosecutors and probation officials to give him eight or nine years, believing the man would be too old to commit any more violent acts. "At some point, Mr. Flick is going to age out of his capacity to engage in this conduct, and incarcerating him beyond the time that he ages out doesn't seem to me to make good sense from a criminological or fiscal perspective," Maine Superior Court Justice Robert E. Crowley said at the time.
There is mounting evidence that has been shunned by the media that Rep. Ilhan Omar has committed tax and immigration fraud. Our friend at Powerline, Scott Johnson, has taken the lead in developing the evidence that Rep. Omar married her brother in order to get him into the United States, filed a joint return with a man she was not married to, and in the latest revelation — investigated by David Steinberg — may have entered the United States as a refugee under a false name. If proven beyond a reasonable doubt, that charge could lead to revocation of her citizenship and deportation to Somalia for entering the country under false premises.
I have no idea what evidence may be developed by the DoJ, but I do know that even conclusive evidence will be portrayed by the Left as an illegitimate endeavor by Trump to persecute his opponent. Thus, if the sort of investigation I suspect is underway comes to fruition with an indictment or indictments, Trump must be provably uninvolved.
It's speculative, but the pieces of the puzzle seem to fit together well.
Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin, who marked the fiftieth anniversary of his landing and walking on the moon this Friday, wants America to continue leading the world in space exploration.
Just had an excellent meeting with President Donald Trump! We discussed America’s future in space, ways to address space challenges, and the need to keep exploring beyond the horizon. Keep America Great in Space!! #Apollo50#ApolloXIhttps://t.co/zv2LgoCheD
In what officials have called perhaps the biggest breach of U.S. classified information on record, Martin was accused of stealing from the NSA, CIA, U.S. Cyber Command and National Reconnaissance Office starting in 1996. The data he was accused of stealing included 2014 NSA reports detailing intelligence information “regarding foreign cyber issues” that contained targeting information and “foreign cyber intrusion techniques.”
The list of pilfered documents also included an NSA user’s guide for an intelligence-gathering tool and a 2007 file with details about specific daily operations, the indictment against him said...
The Department of Justice today announced three major developments related to the implementation of the First Step Act of 2018 (FSA):
Over 3,100 federal prison inmates will be released from the Bureau of Prisons’ (BOP) custody as a result of the increase in good conduct time under the Act. In addition, the Act’s retroactive application of the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010 (reducing the disparity between crack cocaine and powder cocaine threshold amounts triggering mandatory minimum sentences) has resulted in 1,691 sentence reductions.
The prioritization of $75 million in existing resources to fully fund the FSA implementation from the 2019 budget. The Department will continue its work with Congress to ensure additional funding is appropriated for FY2020 and future years.
The publication of the FSA Risk and Needs Assessment System (RNAS) that will help identify all federal prison inmates who may qualify for pre-release custody by participating in authorized recidivism reduction programming and/or productive activities.
ANON Comment from the article said it best: "Her parents left Somalia because it's a shithole. She went back to prove it's not a shithole, but ended up getting killed because it actually is a shithole. A lot of stereotypes are stereotypes because they're true."
The now-shuttered, for-profit Biological Resource Center specialized in accepting the bodies of people after they had died, and in exchange offering their families free pickup of the bodies plus the cremated remains of the body parts the company did not sell... Thirty-three plaintiffs have sued the Biological Resource Center, saying the remains of their family members were obtained through "false statements," that body parts were being sold for profit to various middlemen, and that they were not stored, treated or disposed of with dignity or respect.
Specifically, it will look at the decision more than a decade ago to allow Epstein to be free 12 hours a day on work release while serving a short sentence in the county stockade on prostitution-related charges...