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Want To Know Why Ryan Lochte Didn't Get Indicted For Falsely Reporting A Crime? Because He Wasn't Lying.

So I’ve done my best to ignore this story because I couldn’t care less about what the second best swimmer America is up to… if he’s even the second best swimmer (I don’t know, or really care). 361 more words

Ryan Lochte & James Feigen Indicted For False Reporting Of A Crime

Authorities in Rio de Janeiro have indicted U.S. Olympic swimmers Ryan Lochte and James Feigen on charges of false reporting of a crime, the Federal Police of Brazil confirmed. 116 more words


Schuylkill County couple indicted for using counterfeit credit cards

SCRANTON, Pa. – A federal grand jury in Scranton has indicted Carrie F. Aker and Mario M. Valentine, a Shenandoah, Schuylkill County, for conspiracy to commit wire fraud using counterfeit credit cards, and with laundering the proceeds of their fraudulent activities. 204 more words


The Rumors

The rumor beast rears its ugly head, In honor of some of the more recent ones, I would like to share a few very valuable posts from this blogs past. 503 more words

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York man indicted for selling heroin, illegal possession of firearms

HARRISBURG, Pa. – A federal grand jury in Harrisburg has indicted Christian Hogan, 35, for distribution of heroin and unlawful possession of firearms.

The West Manchester Police Department allegedly observed Hogan selling heroin on September 22, 2015. 174 more words


Texas Attorney General Tries Again To End His Criminal Case

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AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is trying one last time to have his criminal indictment on securities fraud charges dismissed before trial. 168 more words


Former Pa Treasurer Barbara Hafer pleads not guilty in federal corruption

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Former Pennsylvania Treasurer Barbara Hafer, pleads not guilty to lying to the FBI in a federal corruption case.  Hafer entered her plea before Judge Johnnie Jones this morning in federal court in Harrisburg.  380 more words