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Ford Bt Esther Schmidt 3***

Ford By Esther Schmidt was an intriguing read, I did enjoy reading this, but I also have major issues with certain plot lines.

This detracted a bit from my overall experience but taking everything into consideration, there still was more good than bad, so this kept me reading. 825 more words

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Head of Honduras Anti-Graft Body Resigns, Claims Lack of OAS Support

This news analysis was published at InSight Crime.

The head of an international anti-corruption body in Honduras has resigned in protest of what he described as insufficient support from the mission’s parent institution, the Organization of American States (OAS). 1,099 more words

Writing

How the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Changed Gun Laws by A. BRAD SCHWARTZ


By Bhavesh Patil

Eighty-nine years later, will the public finally demand similar action?

Published: February 16, 2018 at 05:30AM

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How the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Changed Gun Laws

Eighty-nine years later, will the public finally demand similar action?

Published: February 16, 2018 at 05:30AM

Opinion By A. BRAD SCHWARTZ

from NYT Opinion http://ift.tt/2EvoA4W… 58 more words

NYT

Canada’s Laws Leave Door Open for Money Laundering by LatAm Groups

This news brief was published at InSight Crime.

Recent reports highlight a loophole in Canada’s laws that could facilitate money laundering by Latin American crime groups, particularly if the United States and other countries take action to close similar gaps in their own financial regulations. 671 more words

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The Monstrous Happening and a Mesmerized World - Imagine the Outrage When Culturally Religious Symbols Are Banned

There is something truly wicked happening in the world – right before everyone’s eyes – and it is so shocking and outrageous that it’s astounding it’s even being allowed to occur. 2,699 more words

Organized Crime

Saint Valentine's Day Massacre

February 14, 1929
Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois
The Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre claims the lives of seven men

Seven men, lined up against a wall, were murdered by four men, two of whom were dressed as uniformed police officers and two in suits. 39 more words

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