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Saskatoon shooting victim dies in hospital

A 30-year-old man who was shot in the abdomen earlier this month died in hospital on Saturday, Saskatoon police said on Tuesday.

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Navy SEALs may have strangled Green Beret to death because he discovered their secret money-skimping scheme

WASHINGTON — Two Navy SEAL commandos under investigation in the strangling of an Army Green Beret soldier in June in Mali have also been under scrutiny in the theft of money from a fund used to pay confidential informants, according to three service members briefed on the matter. 1,306 more words


Drug trafficking investigation leads to two arrests

Saskatoon police arrested two men alleged to be involved in the sale of methamphetamine on Wednesday.

An investigation by the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU) — a unit comprised of officers from multiple police services who investigate organized crime throughout Saskatchewan — into methamphetamine trafficking in Saskatoon led to the arrest of two men aged 36 and 37-years-old. 89 more words

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Updated: Windsor police arrest two in homicide investigation

Windsor police officers arrested two people Monday morning in the fatal shooting of a 23-year-old man over the weekend.

Officers in tactical gear converged on a home in the 300-block of Josephine Avenue and made the arrests, following the shooting early Saturday morning in Little River Acres, formerly known as Villages of Riverside. 352 more words

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UK organisation specialising in criminal investigations

On Wednesday 25th October 2017 The Society of British and International Designers (SBID) hosted a conference at The Dorchester Hotel.

TM-Eye, a UK organisation specialising in criminal investigations to protect intellectual property (IP), presented their vision of how IP protection can, and is being achieved through TM-Eye’s robust global enforcement. 151 more words

Nine years later, alleged negotiator of Amanda Lindhout kidnapping will face trial

OTTAWA — More than nine years after journalist Amanda Lindhout was taken hostage in Somalia, a man will face trial Monday in an Ottawa courtroom. 429 more words