20:35 [U.S. Department of Justice] (E)
A federal jury in the District of Arizona convicted Mackenzie Davis, 25, a former Ranger with the Hopi Resource Enforcement Services, of sexually assaulting a female arrestee in his custody and destroying evidence to cover up his crimes....“A sexual assault is doubly devastating to the victim when perpetrated by a law-enforcement officer whose only duty was to protect her from such harm,” said Michael Bailey, U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona. “It’s also a breach of the community’s trust, and an affront to work of the earnest and honest officers who sacrifice daily on our behalf.”
22:23 [U.S. Department of Justice] (E)
On Oct. 8, 2019, Angel Armando Adrianzen, 45, of California was indicted by a Miami, Florida grand jury on fraud and extortion charges for engaging with call centers in Peru that took money from U.S. Spanish-speaking victims through lies and threats. Adrianzen was charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud, five counts of wire fraud, five counts of mail fraud, and four counts of extortion.
22:22 [youtube/the Duran] (E)
The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the news coming from Interfax Ukraine that Ukrainian MP Andriy Derkach claims that former US Vice President Joe Biden received $900,000 from Burisma Group for lobbying activities.
13:36 [youtube/ Shaun Attwood] (E)
This british gentleman keeps track on the news about Epstein and his "friends".
11:43 [Xinhua] (E)
The bodyguard of Saudi king, Abdul Aziz al-Faghm was shot dead during a dispute with his friend, the Saudi Press Agency reported Sunday.
14:31 [U.S. Department of Justice] (E)
Five individuals were arrested yesterday on a 44-count federal indictment charging violations of the dogfighting prohibitions of the federal Animal Welfare Act, and conspiracy to commit those violations.
10:05 [U.S. Department of Justice] (E)
...“As alleged in the indictment, this defendant was motivated by racial animus and used his social-media accounts to threaten and intimidate a potential candidate for elective office,” U.S. Attorney Thomas T. Cullen stated today. “Although the First Amendment protects an individual’s right to broadcast hateful views online, it does not give license to threats of violence or bodily harm. We will continue to prioritize cyber-threat cases, including those giving rise to civil rights violations.”
18:28 [U.S. Department of Justice] (E)
Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division announced today a health care fraud enforcement action in the state of California, involving charges brought against a total of 26 individuals in the Central District of California for their alleged involvement in Medicare and Medicaid fraud schemes resulting in $257 million in billings. Of those charged, 14 were doctors or medical professionals.
13:46 [Corey`s Digs] (E)
This 21-minute video explores both criminal Nests and Webs that exist throughout the U.S. and beyond, and how to dissect them. What we have been witnessing are mass-scale takedowns of big child trafficking rings, local nests, and large networks. From internet trafficking on Backpage to cults like NXIVM, Jeffrey Epstein’s networks to Hollywood pedophiles being exposed, this is not slowing down anytime soon. As the weeks pass, more and more individuals will be brought to justice, and more stomachs will churn. Despite how difficult this all is, it is important to bring all of this to light in order to start anew. This is going to take some time. Be strong and be brave. Nests are localized fronts that portray themselves as saviors of children.
13:44 [Zero Hedge] (E)
By now, you`ve heard of the Well, I`ve just unearthed a nugget that will leave you speechless. If you`ve been around here for a while, you`ll recall my secondary role in 2012 of assisting Andrew Maguire in his quest to end the Banks` ongoing gold and silver price manipulation. Though Andy had direct evidence from two whistleblowers inside JPM...and though this evidence was officially and legally summarized and submitted to the CFTC in August of 2012...the CFTC sat on the case. Their official "silver manipulation investigation" had dragged on to its fourth year and no end was in sight.
10:31 [The Unz Review] (E)
How a Young Syndicate Lawyer from Chicago Earned a Fortune Looting the Property of the Japanese-Americans, then Lived Happily Ever After as America`s Most Respected Civil Libertarian Federal Appellate Court Judge.
1:31 [Zero Hedge] (E)
Just two days after the DOJ took the unprecedented step of designating the JPMorgan precious metals trading desk as a "criminal enterprise" using unusually aggressive language which reminded legal experts of indictments utilizing the RICO Act, and which hopefully ended years of precious metal manipulation by the group formerly headed by Blythe Masters, CNBC now reports that the probe is set to spread significantly as Federal prosecutors and regulators "are expanding their already aggressive investigations of fraudulent precious metals trades at J.P. Morgan Chase to other U.S. markets and financial firms."
19:34 [New Eastern Outlook] (E)
At the end of March 2017, an agreement on visa-free travel between the European Union and Georgia came into effect for their citizens. Since it entered into force, overall, more than 300,000 Georgian residents have travelled to EU countries. And according to statistics compiled by the European Union, approximately 70,000 of these people (i.e. more than 20% of the total) have not returned back home after their 3-month stays, i.e. they chose to remain in Europe illegally. Most of the people that did not come back are ordinary Georgian citizens who set their sights on Europe (once the borders were opened) and on respectable salaries there that they could not earn in Georgia in recent years.
15:49 [News Front] (E)
After much torture, Kiev militants shot the young man and set his body on fire in an abandoned farm.
7:34 [TASS] (E)
According to the diplomat, the response by the London police was discouraging. An unknown perpetrator trespassed on the territory of the Russian Trade Delegation in London, causing property damage, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova stated during Thursday’s briefing. "Several days ago, an unknown perpetrator has trespassed on the territory of our trade delegation in London, causing damage both to the property and the vehicles belonging to our trade delegation," she said.
2:06 [Press TV] (E)
Prosecutors in Paris on Thursday handed down a 10-month suspended prison sentence to 43-year-old Hassa bint Salman, sister of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, after accusing her of ordering a bodyguard to beat up a plumber, Ashraf Eid, in her luxury flat in the French capital in September 2016.
18:45 [The Saker] (E)
There is nothing new about empires taking hostages and using them to put pressure on whatever rebel group needs to reminded “who is boss”. The recent arrest in Italy of Alexander Korshunov, the director for business development at Russia’s United Engine Corporation (UEC), is really nothing new but just the latest in a long string of kidnappings. And, as I already mentioned in distant 2017, that kind of thuggery is not a sign of strength but, in fact, a sign of weakness.
12:46 [Mint Press News] (E)
In this four-part series, “The Jeffrey Epstein Scandal: Too Big to Fail,” MintPress has revealed that Epstein’s activities — a sexual blackmail operation involving minors and connected to intelligence agencies — was one of many such operations that have taken place for decades, developing from the nexus forged between the CIA, organized crime and Israeli intelligence shortly after World War II.
11:34 [Zero Hedge] (E)
An attorney for Jeffrey Epstein confidant (and alleged groomer) Ghislaine Maxwell told a judge on Wednesday that there are "hundreds" of people named in what is expected to be approximately 2,000 pages of documents ordered unsealed by the federal appeals court in New York, according to Bloomberg.
18:30 [Moon of Alabama] (E)
Four days before the US imposed sanctions on an Iranian tanker suspected of shipping oil to Syria, the vessel’s Indian captain received an unusual email from the top Iran official at the Department of State. This is Brian Hook . . . I work for secretary of state Mike Pompeo and serve as the US Representative for Iran,” Mr Hook wrote to Akhilesh Kumar on August 26, according to several emails seen by the Financial Times. “I am writing with good news.” The “good news” was that the Trump administration was offering Mr Kumar several million dollars to pilot the ship — until recently known as the Grace 1 — to a country that would impound the vessel on behalf of the US. To make sure Mr Kumar did not mistake the email for a scam, it included an official state department phone number.
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