Although Jackson, who now receives treatment at the Mayo Clinic for bipolar disorder, won reelection easily, he faces jail and the loss of his pension over his misuse of campaign funds to decorate his home and splurge on a $40,000 Rolex for a female friend.
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., who is battling legal troubles and mental illness, is likely to resign from Congress and face jail time under the terms of [...]
July 18, 2012
Two of the most influential alternative media organizations on the ‘net — InfoWars.com and NaturalNews.com — have blown the lid wide open on Big Pharma’s massive bribery network.
Through exclusive interviews with pharma insiders, InfoWars and NaturalNews have done what the mainstream media refuses to do: grant a platform to credible whistleblowers who are exposing the systematic, criminal Big Pharma bribing of doctors who willingly accept kickbacks to write [...]
Loretta Robinson, of South Carolina, was crushed when she received the news that her son was killed by a drunken driver. But that was not the end of her suffering.
Not long after the tragic accident, she was issued a bill for the cost of cleaning up her son’s blood from the road.
A coroner called Robinson last June and told her that her oldest son, Justin Walker, died when his car [...]
Colton Harvey wept in court as he admitted killing sister Candace with a rifle at rural Arkansas home
Pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and could be eligible for parole in 12 years
Siblings ‘never fought’, parents said
No clear motive although family had a history of mental illness
A 15-year-old boy today pleaded guilty to shooting his older sister three times in the head as she slept.
Colton Harvey was charged as an adult for killing [...]
EAST MEADOW, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — She says she’s a hot dog stripper, not a hot dog hooker.
Despite pleading guilty to misdemeanor prostitution Tuesday, Catherine Scalia, 45, of East Rockaway, denies she sold sex out of her Long Island hot dog truck and vows to be back on the street Wednesday.
“I’ll be back out there with my bikini top on, selling my hot dogs. I’m right in front of Pep Boys on Baldwin in [...]
Lt. Col. Robert E. Underwood is in jail on three felony harassment charges
Girlfriend alerted police after she confronted him over naked pictures of his daughter that she found on his computer
Had served multiple deployments, did not have PTSD but was shot and left for dead by his mother who killed his siblings
An Army officer in Washington state threatened to blow up the state capitol, personally kill his girlfriend, and hired [...]
Democrat operative Zach Edwards changed his initial not guilty plea to guilty and received a light sentence for stealing Secretary of State Matt Schultz’s identity. The plea was officially filed by Iowa Courts on Thursday. He pled guilty to identity theft, a simple misdemeanor.
Edwards received a deferred sentence of one year probation, 20 hours of community service within 120 days and a $65 fine. If he completes probation successfully, the [...]
From Washing ton Times:
Young American Muslims can become radicalized online very quickly and with few warning signs, becoming potential terrorists before federal agencies can identify them, a new congressional report warned Monday.
Zachary Chester, a 22-year-old Virginia man now serving 25 years for terrorism crimes, took less than two years to transform “from an average American kid to a hardened supporter of terrorist organizations,” according to a study of his case [...]
BALTIMORE — The woman caught on tape brutally beating a transgendered woman at a Rosedale McDonald’s has pleaded guilty to the attack.
Teonna Brown, 18, pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of first-degree assault and one count of a hate crime in the attack of 22-year-old Chrissy Polis.
Baltimore County Police Department
Teonna Monae Brown
The incident, which occurred in April, gained nationwide attention after a McDonald’s employee recorded the beating [...]
Former NM mayor admits to gun smuggling: krqe.com
The former mayor of a New Mexico border town pleaded guilty to gun smuggling charges four months after he was arrested in a federal sting.
On Tuesday, Eddie Espinoza, 51, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy, three counts of making false statements, and three counts of smuggling firearms from the United States.
The guilty plea means the former mayor [...]
Syracuse, NY – Two Syracuse teenagers were convicted this week – one by guilty plea and the other by a jury verdict – in the armed robbery of an elderly man that netted them a total of seven cents.
Skyler Ninham, 16, of Grace St., pleaded guilty before County Judge William Walsh Friday afternoon to a felony count of first-degree robbery.
Anthony Stewart, 15, of West Onondaga Street, [...]
OKLAHOMA CITY — Four people charged with kidnapping a man, tattooing “RAPEST” on his forehead and shocking his genitals with a stun gun before beating him unconscious with a baseball bat pleaded guilty to kidnapping and maiming charges.
Three of the defendants also pleaded guilty Tuesday to assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in a plea agreement with prosecutors while the fourth pleaded no [...]
JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash.—
A Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldier from Wasilla accused of killing Afghan civilians entered a guilty plea in court Wednesday.
Spc. Jeremy Morlock is one of the 5th Stryker Brigade soldiers allegedly shown posing with corpses in pictures.
One of Morlock’s attorneys said he hoped the guilty plea will reduce Morlock’s sentence. Under this plea agreement, Morlock would face a maximum sentence of 24 years.
The 22-year-old [...]
Financier Martin Armstrong, jailed since January 2000 on civil and criminal charges stemming from what prosecutors said was a $700 million Ponzi scheme, was released from prison last week.
Armstrong, the founder of now-defunct Princeton Economics International Ltd., will be confined to his home until his time in federal custody ends in September, said Chris Burke, a spokesman for the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons. Armstrong [...]
The saga of Park Avenue Bank’s Charles Antonucci is over. The bank president who on March 15 was arrested on charges of engaging in a broad range of illegal conduct that contributed, in part, to the bank’s demise, but most [...]