Prosecutor in Aurora Movie Theater Shooting Case Says Victims being Harassed

Prosecutors working the case of the movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado have filed a motion to have the names of the victims’ redacted. The reason for this is that the prosecutors claim that the survivors are being harassed by conspiracy theorists who posted the addresses and phone numbers ...

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Six Disciplined for Sex at the Coast Guard Academy

According to David M. Santos, the communication director of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, five civilians and one service member, who is not a cadet, have been disciplined for having sex at work.

While little is known about the disciplined employees, three of the five civilian employees were mid-level...

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Facebook Page of Dearborn Man Ordered to Post Legal Settlement by Judge

A judge hearing the case regarding a McDonald’s in Dearborn has told an attorney to remove all references to the case from a Facebook page he created, according to The Detroit Free Press. The lawyer, Majed Moughni, has been barred from talking about a settlement reached last month with anyone who ...

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Former Prosecutor and Victim Reach Settlement in Sexual Harassment Case

According to federal records, a settlement was reached in a lawsuit filed against a former Calumet County district attorney who was accused of sending sexy text messages to a victim of domestic abuse. The Pioneer Press said that former prosecutor Ken Kratz was accused of sexual harassment by Stephan...

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Federal Court Finds Wage Freeze of Nassau County Police Done Without Authority

On Thursday, U.S. District Court Judge Leonard Wexler found that when the Nassau County Interim Finance Authority froze the Nassau County police officers’ wages, about two years ago, it did not possess the authority to do so.

The federal court found that the state financial oversight board had used...

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Parents Sued by Pregnant Teen Over Abortion

The parents of a pregnant 16-year-old in Texas are being sued by their daughter because she says that they are trying to force her to have an abortion, according to KPLR 11. The case will be heard at the Harris County Civil Courthouse. In the lawsuit, the teen claims that she is being coerced to hav...

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U.S. Prosecutors Sue Jesse Jackson Jr. for Fraud

On Friday, U.S. prosecutors brought criminal fraud and conspiracy charges against Jesse Jackson Jr., son of the civil rights leader. The prosecutors accused Jesse Jackson Jr., and another person of conspiracy and misuse of $750,000 from campaign funds.

The former Chicago congressman released a statem...

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Brothers Blow Up Home Celebrating Lotto Win

On Friday, two brothers who were celebrating a winning lottery ticket worth $75,000 accidentally blew up their home, according to Sgt. Bruce Watts from the Wichita Police Department. The Wichita Eagle reports that the brothers bought marijuana and meth to celebrate.

One of the brothers, a 27...

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Owners of Reader’s Digest File again for Bankruptcy

On Sunday, RDA Holding Co, the owner of the once hugely popular Reader’s Digest magazine filed for bankruptcy for a second time within four years. The move raised consternation in media circles about the future of print media, with many magazines ceasing their hard-print existence in recent times.


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Death of Robert Saylor Ruled Homicide

The death of Robert Ethan Saylor, of New Market, Maryland, has been ruled a homicide, according to the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office. Saylor died while in custody of off-duty sheriff’s deputies at a movie theater in Frederick, according to the Frederick News Post.

The Office of the C...

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Court Refuses Antitrust Settlement Where Plaintiffs Get $3 Million and Attorneys Get $14 Million

On Tuesday, a federal appeals court blocked a consumer class action settlement of $35.5 million with baby product companies citing concerns that were difficult to understand by the affected attorneys and the companies.

In reversing a district court’s judgment, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court ...

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Orange County Shooting Spree Suspect Identified as Ali Syed

Four people were killed on Tuesday during a shooting rampage in Orange County in the early morning hours. Authorities said that a 20-year-old killed a woman at his him and then sped off using his parents’ vehicle. The rampage lasted one hour and the suspect, Ali Syed, killed himself at the end of ...

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Woman Being Investigated for Voter Fraud in Cincinnati

Melowese Richardson lives in Cincinnati and is a poll worker in Ohio, according to Fox News. Earlier this month, Richardson told a television station that she voted twice in the November election. She submitted an absentee ballot and also voted at the polls.

“Yes, I voted twice,” Richard...

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