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2015/04/15 21:34
2015/04/15 21:34
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The feds called the $12.8 million fleecing of Gaston tree farm heir Ralph Raines Jr. the "Sweetheart Swindle." And Porsha Lee, make no mistake, was the sweetheart. At the direction of her controlling...
2015/04/15 21:34
2015/04/15 21:34
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2015/04/13 20:19
2015/04/13 20:19
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A convicted murderer already serving 35 years to life in federal prison for two earlier murders has admitted to killing a fellow inmate at the U.S. Penitentiary in Hazelton, West Virginia more than...
2015/04/09 15:49
2015/04/09 15:49
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Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and Director Charles Samuels of the U.S. Bureau of Prisons will hold a discussion on prison reform and other issues after two Harris County detention officers were...
2015/04/09 01:40
2015/04/09 01:40
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As a teary-eyed and shackled Henri Morris stood before a federal judge to await sentencing for sexually abusing a female employee, he described himself as a broken man who had ruined his life,...
2015/04/08 00:25
2015/04/08 00:25
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Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker speaks at a news conference opposing plans by the GEO Group to operate a federal halfway house on the city's west side. SALT LAKE CITY — Mayor Ralph Becker blasted a...
2015/04/07 19:13
2015/04/07 19:13
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The lawsuit of a former El Rukn gang leader who claims he was framed in a 1984 double murder has led attorneys into the dingy basements of Chicago police stations, searching through decades-old...
2015/04/07 18:40
2015/04/07 18:40
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An Uber driver arrested last week and charged with sexually assaulting a passenger was released from federal prison and sent to a Houston halfway house in November 2012, but nevertheless received...
2015/04/03 07:37
2015/04/03 07:37
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A grand jury sitting in the Western District of Louisiana’s U.S. District Court last April indicted 37-year-old Christopher Lowell Simpson and 33-year-old Jeffrey Lovell of Evansville, Ind. on a...
2015/04/01 15:15
2015/04/01 15:15
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PORTLAND, Maine — A former state legislator admitted in U.S. District Court on Monday to being part of a marriage fraud scheme. Adam Mack, 40, of Portland pleaded guilty to one count each of aiding...
2015/04/01 04:44
2015/04/01 04:44
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YOUNGSTOWN Mayor John A. McNally said the announcement by the Corrections Corporation of America that 185 employees will be laid off from CCA’s Northeast Ohio Correctional Center doesn’t surprise...
2015/03/31 15:15
2015/03/31 15:15
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PORTLAND, Maine — Substance abuse and mental health counselors at Catholic Charities of Maine expect new challenges as the nonprofit group begins counseling federal prisoners this week, but are eager...
2015/03/31 07:09
2015/03/31 07:09
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We now know how many jobs are being lost in Youngstown as a result of a decision by the U.S. Bureau of Prisons to not renew the current contract with the Corrections Corporation of America. A March...
2015/03/27 11:46
2015/03/27 11:46
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Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. arrived at a Baltimore halfway house late Thursday, hours after leaving an Alabama federal prison where he was serving a sentence imposed after he pleaded guilty to...
2015/03/26 10:39
2015/03/26 10:39
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Closure Of Private Prison Forces Texas County To Plug Financial Gap The Willacy County Correctional Center is empty now. The tall security fences and dome-like housing units set out on the coastal...
2015/03/24 14:21
2015/03/24 14:21
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Bellevue businessman Tom Hazelrigg III, convicted of two counts of tax evasion, does not want to go to prison. On Thursday, he pleaded with a judge for nearly an hour not to incarcerate him but...
2015/03/21 08:57
2015/03/21 08:57
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A federal judge in Texarkana on Friday sentenced former Lafayette County Treasurer and Tax Collector Keesha Rose to 24 months in prison and ordered her to pay more than $282,000 restitution for...
2015/03/19 23:40
2015/03/19 23:40
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A Houston man who tried to collect $1.8 million from the IRS in a tax refund fraud scheme has been sentenced to federal prison for more than seven years, federal officials said Thursday. Amon...
2015/03/19 02:24
2015/03/19 02:24
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The San Francisco Police Department is investigating four officers for allegedly being involved in exchanges of racist and homophobic text messages. The texts, most of which are race-related,...
2015/03/18 21:19
2015/03/18 21:19
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A 52-year-old Charleston, WV man was sentenced to three years of probation for impersonating a federal law enforcement officer. U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin said John E. Swain was behind the wheel of...
2015/03/17 17:00
2015/03/17 17:00
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RAYMONDVILLE (March 17, 2015) The private company that operated a South Texas prison where an inmate riot left the facility uninhabitable says its contract with the U.S. Bureau of Prisons has been...
2015/04/15 21:34
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