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34 Aryan Brotherhood Members Charged with Racketeering

    34 Aryan Brotherhood Members Charged with Racketeering
On November 9, 2012, the Department of Justice reported that 34 members of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas (ABT) gang were indicted in Houston for federal racketeering charges.  Four of
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Violent Crime Reduction Partnership Results Announced

On November 28, 2012, federal officials revealed the results of the Violent Crime Reduction Partnership (VCRP).  The partnership was an effort between federal agencies and the Philadelphia Police Department to
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No Appeal for Millennium Bomber’s Sentence

On November 28, 2012, US Attorney Jenny A Durkan stated the Department of Justice will not appeal the prison sentence of Ahmed Ressam, coined the “Millennium Bomber.”  He was convicted
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War Criminal Arrested in Central New York

A wanted war criminal was arrested in central New York by Homeland Security Investigation (HSI) agents during the early morning of November 28, 2012.  The man was arrested in Utica.
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Homicide Detective Defined

What is a homicide detective?A homicide detective is a member of law enforcement that coordinates murder investigations.  These detectives work
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All You Need to Know About Crime Scene Pictures

What is a Crime Scene?A crime scene, in the most general sense, is the location wherein evidence of an altercation
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Facts to Know About A Crime Scene

What is a Crime Scene?A crime scene is a tangible location where an illegal action took place. A crime scene
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17 Arrested for Gang Activity in Sacramento Area

On November 8, 2012, Public Affairs Specialist Gina Swankie with the US Attorney’s Office announced that the Federal Bureau of
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Puerto Rican Man to Face Hate Crime Charge in Slaying of Gay Hairstylist

  Puerto Rican officials on Thursday declared the murder of a homosexual hairstylist earlier this week as a hate crime.
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$55,000 for Information on 2007 Abiquiu Lake Shooting

On November 30, 2012, the FBI announced it is offering $25,000 for information that leads to the arrests and conviction of the shooters.  The Army Corps of Engineers is offering
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