March 29, 2013
Another armed standoff was quickly brought to an end when the house the gunman holed up in went up in flames, sending him fleeing out the front door into police gunfire.
49-year old Rick Marlowe was identified as the armed man at the center of the standoff that took place Wednesday night in Hoquiam, Wa. The standoff had waged on for 20 hours after the man reportedly fired [...]
Slaughter of more than 235 Syrian citizen at the hands of terrorists in the region, “Scorpion” in the province of Hama, and was the martyrs of the 235 had been kidnapped earlier in the hands of terrorists to put pressure on the Syrian army to not proceed against them.
Source confirmed to the “Huckomako” that the terrorists who massacre subject to the leaders of foreign works in the ranks of [...]
July 1 is the halfway point of 2012, which means that a host of new laws went into effect on Sunday nationwide, among them some truly bizarre ones like the ban on releasing feral hogs into the wild in Kentucky.
Kentucky legislators also passed a law dictating that all Prisoner of War and Missing in Action flags purchased or displayed by public institutions must be made in the United States.
Passengers hailing [...]
(Reuters) – Greece’s largest police union has threatened to issue arrest warrants for officials from the country’s European Union and International Monetary Fund lenders for demanding deeply unpopular austerity measures.
In a letter obtained by Reuters Friday, the Federation of Greek Police accused the officials of “…blackmail, covertly abolishing or eroding democracy and national sovereignty” and said one target of its warrants would be the IMF’s top official for Greece, Poul Thomsen.
January 19, 2012
Baghdad has arrested an al-Iraqiya bloc’s politician for funding militants while terror-linked Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi remains fugitive in the semi-autonomous north.
Riyadh al-Adhadh, the deputy chief of Baghdad provincial council, was arrested on Wednesday in connection with funding terrorist elements, a Baghdad security official said Thursday on condition of anonymity.
“An insurgent group confessed that he is funding them and giving them orders,” the source noted.
Adhadh is a [...]
January 2, 2012
I never thought I would have to write this: but—incredibly—Congress has now passed the National Defense Appropriations Act, with Amendment 1031, which allows for the military detention of American citizens. The amendment is so loosely worded that any American citizen could be held without due process. The language of this bill can be read to assure Americans that they can challenge their detention — but most people do [...]
Some lawmakers, judges and regulators are trying to rein in the U.S. debt-collection industry’s use of arrest warrants to recoup money owed by borrowers who are behind on credit-card payments, auto loans and other bills.
More than a third of all U.S. states allow borrowers who can’t or won’t pay to be jailed. Judges have signed off on more than 5,000 such warrants since the start [...]
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) – The International Criminal Court prosecutor asked judges Monday to issue arrest warrants for Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and two other senior members of his regime, accusing them of committing crimes against humanity by targeting civilians in a crackdown against rebels.
Luis Moreno-Ocampo says Gadhafi, his son Seif al-Islam Gadhafi and intelligence chief Abdullah al-Sanoussi ordered, planned and participated in illegal [...]
Foreign ministers from NATO and allied nations taking part in Libyan operations are meeting in Rome to discuss financial aid for Libya’s opposition as Muammar Qaddafi’s forces bombarded rebel-held cities.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said today in Rome the meeting of 22 foreign ministers from the Libya Contact Group will raise pressure on Qaddafi and that the U.S. will announce non-lethal aid to the rebels. The group includes North Atlantic [...]