Topic: Federal Bureau of Investigation
As 2010 draws to a close, its time to reflect upon the joys and sorrows of the past twelve months. It's also time to think about the truly weird things that we witnessed. Here's our top ten list.
12/20/2010 12:46 pm
Kwame Kilpatrick, the former Detroit mayor now in jail for violating probation in a Michigan case, is now facing new federal charges, along with his father Bernard. Federal prosecutors say Kwame Kilpatrick and other associates abused the public trust.
12/16/2010 04:31 pm
Bernard Madoff case: Lawyers for Annette Bongiorno said the onslaught of negative publicity has discouraged supporters from signing a $5 million bond that would win her release on charges she made millions of dollars by helping Madoff conceal his massive financial swindle.
12/13/2010 05:12 pm
Three of five New Orleans police officers on trial in the death of Harry Glover were found guilty Thursday. A central defense was police stress during extreme emergencies, such as hurricane Katrina.
12/10/2010 02:13 pm
Barbie Video Girl focus of internal FBI alert that it could be used to make child porn movies. But it's not linked to any crimes.
12/09/2010 08:46 am
A Baltimore resident is charged with attempting to explode a car bomb at a military recruiting center. Undercover FBI operatives posed as militant Muslims to catch the recent convert.
12/08/2010 08:42 pm
Terrorism & Security Australia's Kevin Rudd: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange not responsible for cable release
Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd said the Americans who gave the cables to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange are to blame, not Assange. Assange could be extradited to Sweden, where he faces rape allegations.
12/08/2010 08:36 am
The 1.4 acre plot in Montana, once owned by Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, is for sale. Bargain price? $69,500.
12/05/2010 05:27 pm
Russian Oleg Nikolaenko is in US custody on charges of mail fraud and violating a law governing online marketing. His network is believed to account for one-third of global e-mail spam.
12/03/2010 05:03 pm
It is entirely possible that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is already under indictment in the US. Grand juries work in secret, and indictments can be sealed, but there have been hints.
12/02/2010 06:12 pm