The FBI calls it the biggest mafia round-up in New York history.
Category: United States
Photos show US soldiers posing with Afghan corpses.
One of the most chilling findings is that police may have burned a man alive or at least burned his body to cover up the evidence of murdering him.
“They…should have been indicted…for torturing, for spying, for arresting without warrants.”
Copies of documents filed charging BP with war crimes and crimes against humanity & peace.
White Plains federal Judge Stephen Robinson said Kerik had used 9/11 “for personal gain and aggrandizement.”
This now allows them everything they need to search and seize for International Court in the Hague.
Former lawyer surrenders to FBI, also faces mail fraud, conspiracy charges
MIAMI – A once high-flying attorney who courted politicians and celebrities was arrested Tuesday on federal racketeering and fraud charges alleging he operated a $1 billion investment scheme that used phony legal settlements.
Lawyer Scott Rothstein was led into the Miami FBI office in handcuffs following […]
By Brad Bumsted and Debra Erdley
Friday, November 13, 2009
HARRISBURG — Former House Speaker John Perzel, one of the most powerful members of the General Assembly since 1994, was charged Thursday with 82 felonies for allegedly masterminding a “sophisticated criminal strategy” to spend more than $10 million of taxpayers’ money on political campaigns, Attorney General […]
Friday 13 November 2009
by: Greg Gordon and Kevin G. Hall | McClatchy Newspapers
Washington – Leaders of a congressional commission investigating the causes of the recent financial crisis are threatening to publicly identify any company or government agency that stalls in voluntarily producing requested documents.
Phil Angelides, the chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, told McClatchy […]
WASHINGTON—Frederic A. Bourke Jr., of Greenwich, Conn., was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Manhattan to one year and one day in prison, announced Mythili Raman, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division and Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
Following a six-week trial, Bourke, 63, was found […]
Nichols Prepared Fraudulent Notes by Forging Signatures of Borrowers
SHREVEPORT, LA—William Everett Nichols, 56, of Alexandria, La., President and sole shareholder of First Fidelity Mortgage, Inc., pleaded guilty to defrauding Sabine State Bank in Many, La. out of $2.9 million, United States Attorney Donald W. Washington announced today.
According to court testimony, Sabine State Bank provided a […]
NEW YORK (AP) – By Larry Neumeister — Criminal charges have been filed against 14 people, including attorneys and Wall Street professionals, in a widening $53 million insider trading case that has already snared one of the richest men in America, federal prosecutors said Thursday.
The actions raise to 20 the number of people who have […]