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Native American teenager confronts a year in prison for possessing one gram of weed

Maybe the Feds want Chemawa students to live like this – again

An Oregon teenager could be sentenced to a year in prison for possessing about one gram of marijuana in a federal case that has sparked widespread outrage about the ongoing “war on drugs” – even in US states that have fully legalized cannabis.

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Last of 8 Defendants Pleads Guilty in Springfield Meth Ring

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) – The last of eight defendants has pleaded guilty in connection with a large-scale meth distribution ring that brought drugs from Arizona to Springfield, Missouri. 130 more words


Loretta Lynch: Lynched?

Loretta Lynch, like most of her cohorts is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School. Coming from a relatively lower-middle class family in North Carolina, it is interesting to note that her degrees came at a total cost of about $56,000-$60,000, a hefty sum for a father who was a preacher and a mom who worked at a library… The only source of grants and scholarships at the time included a ‘maximum’ Harvard College payout of $800 per year, and according to Harvard Law – there are no scholarships. 784 more words


Prosecutors Fight to Stop San Bernardino Shooter's Family From Getting $250,000 Life Insurance Claim

The federal government is suing to stop the family of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook from collecting more than $250,000 in life insurance payments from his death. 129 more words

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Los Angeles Man Accused Of Stealing $400K In Social Security

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a Los Angeles man is accused of stealing more than $400,000 in Social Security benefits intended for his father and former stepmother. 94 more words


Feds: Liberian War Criminal Mohammed Jabbateh Arrested in Philadelphia

He’s accused of committing or ordering such atrocities as the public raping and sexual enslavement of women and murdering children. He was living in East Lansdowne. 613 more words