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Guest commentary: FBI needs new anti-terrorist strategy - FBI News Review: Civil rights advocates, right-wing anti-government zealots and assorted leftists have long complained about FBI tactics when it comes to political dissidents. The arrest of Alexander Ciccolo on July 4 seems to have awakened Fox. Can the rest of the nation be far behind?

Guest commentary: FBI needs new anti-terrorist strategy

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By Ralph E. Shaffer, guest commentary © 2015 Bay Area News Group
Posted:   07/18/2015 09:00:00 AM PDT
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When Fox News starts to question the wisdom of current FBI strategy dealing with potential terrorists, it's time for the country to listen. Civil rights advocates, right-wing anti-government zealots and assorted leftists have long complained about FBI tactics when it comes to political dissidents. The arrest of Alexander Ciccolo on July 4 seems to have awakened Fox. Can the rest of the nation be far behind?
Ciccolo, the 23-year-old son of a longtime Boston police captain, was one of the dozen or so "terrorists" arrested in the weeks leading up to July 4. FBI Director James Comey proudly announced their arrests at the bureau's headquarters a few days later. He claimed that the action of his bureau had prevented several Independence Day attacks and had saved lives.
What Comey didn't say was that some, if not all, of this could have been prevented had his agency followed an entirely different approach to cracking down on potential terror suspects.
That, of course, is not the policy of the FBI. Instead of neutralizing would-be or suspected bombers or shooters, Comey's agents spend millions of dollars and waste countless hours carefully weaving a case that has sent dozens of misguided young Americans to long prison sentences for plotting to kill Americans or aiding designated enemies.

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The Ciccolo case is typical in many respects, although it differs from the others in one significant way. Last fall the young man's police officer father informed the FBI that his mentally ill son was increasingly captivated by ISIS propaganda. Instead of picking him up for a serious talk about where that would eventually lead him, the FBI began to monitor his activities. An informant recorded Ciccolo's pro-ISIS comments for the agency. When Ciccolo bought a gun, he was arrested for violating a law that prohibits someone convicted of a drug arrest from owning one.
After his arrest, the FBI reported that Ciccolo intended to build a pressure cooker bomb and explode it at an unnamed university. The bureau is very good at developing a long list of crimes, often involving conspiracy since no actual violence occurred, and Ciccolo will probably face a much longer list of charges than that simple gun possession on which he was arrested.
One doesn't have to be a flaming liberal to realize that something is wrong with the FBI's current strategy of building an airtight case against people like Ciccolo. On July 15 Fox News commentator Neil Cavuto interviewed former CIA intelligence officer Joshua Katz regarding the Ciccolo case. Katz sounded almost like a leftist except that he politely criticized the bureau for not following another course of action against these homegrown dissenters. He suggested that the bureau could have intervened earlier so that it wouldn't have to make an arrest.
So why doesn't the bureau, and others, adopt a policy of early intervention? Why, in the Riverside case last fall, did the FBI pay a convicted drug dealer about $250,000 to infiltrate a ragtag gang of four young men? That wasted countless hours of their agents' time at a cost approaching $1 million, when they could have just as effectively ended their plan to join ISIS by intervening early on.
Arrests, trials and convictions are more exciting, newsworthy, and justification for promotions and bigger budgets than quietly warning potential terrorists that their conduct could lead to long prison terms. But that warning would have been a lot cheaper for the government and would have saved many young people, like Ciccolo, from the ruin they now face.
Ralph E. Shaffer is professor emeritus of history at Cal Poly Pomona.
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Gawker accuses FBI of helping Hulk Hogan in sex tape lawsuit

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Is the FBI in bed with wrestling legend-turned-sex tape star Hulk Hogan?
That titillating question marks the latest twist in a legal royal rumble over an X-rated video showing Hogan getting it on with the busty wife of his best friend.
In one corner is the hulking WWF icon who has filed a $100 million suit against the Gawker website for publishing the tape.
In the other is the brash gossip site known for posting material other media outlets wouldn’t touch.
Since Hogan filed suit three years ago, neither side in the no-holds-barred legal tussle has shown any indication of backing down.
“I told them I would fight this fight until the end,” Hogan, 61, tweeted Friday. “I think they are finally starting to believe me.”
Heather Dietrick, Gawker’s president and general counsel, said Hogan’s outrage over the tape’s release rings hollow coming from a guy who has long divulged intimate details of his bedroom exploits.

Gawker sued the FBI after it refused to turn over the evidence it had gathered in an extortion investigation after a California man started shopping around the sex tape.
“Given the explicit ways in which (Hogan) has talked about his sex life, it’s difficult to believe that he’s truly concerned about the publication of what is a very grainy few seconds of sex,” Dietrick told the Daily News.
The brawl got underway in October 2012 when Gawker published a nearly two-minute snippet of the half-hour sex tape under a typically cheeky headline.
“Even for a minute, watching Hulk Hogan have sex in a canopy bed is not safe for work but watch it anyway,” the post read.
The 2006 clip showed a half-naked Hogan running wild on Heather Clem, the wife of his shock jock pal Bubba (The Love Sponge) Clem.
Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, immediately filed suit, claiming he was secretly taped in the privacy of a bedroom.
Gawker argues that publication of the tape is protected by the First Amendment and newsworthy because Hogan has frequently bragged about his sexual exploits.
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The 2006 clip showed a half-naked Hogan running wild on Heather Clem, the wife of his shock jock pal Bubba (The Love Sponge) Clem.

Among other boasts, Hogan has compared his genitalia to the “Loch Ness monster” and described in detail the role his goatee played in performing oral sex, court papers say.
A Florida judge rejected Gawker’s bid to have the blockbuster suit tossed.
But the website scored a victory July 2 when an appeals court, just days before the trial was slated to open, postponed it indefinitely citing technical violations.
Gawker, meanwhile, has dragged into the ring a foe even more formidable than Hogan: the FBI.
The federal agency had launched an extortion investigation after a California man started shopping around the sex tape.
Gawker sued the FBI after it refused to turn over the evidence it had gathered.
The site, which is seeking to prove that Hogan was aware he was being recorded in the act, said it deserved to know what he and Clem told investigators.
A judge eventually ordered the FBI to turn over its haul — more than 1,100 documents and two audio recordings. It also produced three videos showing Hogan and Clem in the sack.
The case took a tantalizing turn when a Gawker lawyer pointed out in court that the audio in one of the videos suddenly switched “at a key moment” to audio from a different tape.
“I want to understand how it is that between that moment when the FBI took possession of those DVDs and when I saw those tapes…that audio got changed,” lawyer Seth Berlin said, according to a court transcript.
“It smells like bad fish,” he added.
Berlin insisted he wasn’t attempting to “impugn anybody at the FBI or in the U.S. attorney’s office.”
“You are,” the judge retorted.
Berlin then went further, suggesting that the FBI launched the probe at Hogan’s behest.
“I didn’t know you could go down to your local FBI office and say, ‘Hey, can you prosecute this or investigate this to try and keep that from coming out,’” he said. “And that is what I think is going on here and that is wrong.”
Hogan’s lawyer, Charles Harder, dismissed that claim as “preposterous” and slammed Gawker’s interest in the now-closed FBI’s probe. “Gawker is trying to make this case about everything other than what Gawker did to my client,” Harder said.
A new trial date in the Hogan suit has yet to be set.
Hogan’s lawyer said he can’t wait to go toe-to-toe with Gawker at trial — and ripped the site as “evil” and bent on “telling lies.”
“We’re fully locked and loaded and ready to go,” Harder told The News.
“It will be an amazing presentation to the jury about what a company can do to an individual in invading their privacy, violating their rights and essentially trying to destroy them,” Harder added.
Gawker’s lawyers declined to comment on what sensational nuggets they believe might be contained in the corrupted tape.
Gawker CEO Nick Denton – who on Friday took the unprecedented step of retracting a story outing a media executive for allegedly soliciting a gay escort – has acknowledged that the Hogan suit could lead to the demise of the site he founded in 2003.
But Denton, never one to miss an opportunity to trumpet a story, promised the case’s next phase will lead to its juiciest revelations.
“There will be a third act which we believe will center on the real story: the additional recordings held by the FBI, the information in them that is Hulk Hogan’s real secret, and irregularities in the recordings which indicate some sort of cover-up,” Denton wrote in a recent blog post.
“In the way of so many news stories, the deeper you go, the more interesting it gets.”
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Congress to examine FBI handling of Tennessee shooter

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US | Sun Jul 19, 2015 9:01pm EDT
WASHINGTON Lawmakers will examine possible shortcomings in law enforcement or intelligence in the case of a Tennessee shooting that killed five servicemen, a top Republican said on Sunday, adding that the case may be linked to Islamic State.
Representative Mike McCaul, who heads the U.S. House of Representatives homeland security committee, told ABC's "This Week" program the case highlighted growing concern about Internet-based directives from Islamic State leaders in Syria.
Senator Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said the gunman appeared to be a "classic lone wolf," but said it was difficult to know for sure given new encryption applications available to terrorists.
Feinstein said legal counsels at big Internet companies were unwilling to bar those apps and remove other explicit postings about bomb-making techniques unless mandated by law to do so.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is investigating Thursday's attack as an act of terrorism, but said it was premature to speculate on the motive of the gunman, Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez, a Kuwaiti-born naturalized U.S. citizen.
McCaul said the Chattanooga case was troubling for several reasons, including the fact that Abdulazeez's father had been on a U.S. watchlist, but that case was later closed.
FBI officials were now examining the suspect's computer, his cell phone and his travel to Jordan, McCaul said. "We'll be looking at all those details. This is one (where) we'll be conducting oversight and examining what happened."
McCaul said the U.S. government had counted 200,000 Tweets a day coming from Islamic State and had active investigations under way in all 50 states. But he said Internet calls aimed at activating people in the United States were "very hard to stop."
"This is a very difficult counterterrorism challenge in the United States," McCaul said, urging increased efforts to hit the Islamic State officials who were issuing the cyber commands.
He said the FBI had arrested individuals in 60 separate cases linked to Islamic State over the past year, including an alleged plot scheduled for the U.S. national holiday on July 4.
Representative Ed Royce, who heads the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said lawmakers were also looking at changing federal law to allow Marines and other troops to fire at attackers at U.S. facilities, much as they now can overseas.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Friday approved immediate steps to beef up protection of military sites.
The Marine Corps closed all recruiting stations within 40 miles of the incident in Chattanooga, and told recruiters not to wear military uniforms, said Pentagon spokesman Mark Wright.
(Additional reporting by Michael Flaherty; Editing by Eric Walsh)
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Angry protesters in Chattanooga: When’s the government going to do something?

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At a protest in Chattanooga, Tenn., Alaina Fitzner, the wife of an Air Force officer, hugs Paula Proxmire, whose son died from wounds suffered in a shooting rampage last week. (Greg Jaffe/The Washington Post)
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Paula Proxmire was surrounded by screaming street preachers, angry protesters and unsettled mourners who had just arrived from Sunday church.
Her son, Petty Officer 2nd Class Randall Smith, 26, had died Saturday from wounds suffered in a shooting rampage here. The attacker was an aimless, depressed 24-year-old Muslim man whose online postings suggest he may have been motivated by radical Islamist movements.
Proxmire stood across from the bullet-riddled Armed Forces Recruiting Center, one of two military sites attacked by the gunman last week. She brushed back a strand of sweat-soaked hair and sobbed. Her son had been dead for barely one day. Around her people were screaming.
“I can’t believe these people even come here to this country!” one woman yelled. “Why do they come here?”
“Because they want to kill us,” a man answered.
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The television cameras edged closer to get a tight shot of Proxmire’s tears. The agitated crowd, many of them carrying holstered pistols, wanted to know why the Obama administration and the military weren’t doing more to kill Islamist extremists in Iraq, Syria or wherever they might be. They were furious at a U.S. military policy, enacted during the Clinton administration, that prevents recruiters from carrying firearms while on duty.
“How many more mothers have to go through this before we finally do something about it?” yelled Darrell Gibbs, 55, pastor at Highways and Hedges Ministries. “How many mothers have to suffer like this, having cameras shoved down their throats?”
The attack in Chattanooga, and the raw anger it has provoked here, illustrate the increasingly daunting odds that U.S. counterterrorism agencies face in an era marked by surging Islamist propaganda and a proliferation of disparate, self-radicalized, one-off threats.
The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security have launched sweeping initiatives aimed at shoring up their ties to Muslim communities across the country, with special pilot programs underway in major cities such as Boston, Minneapolis and Los Angeles.
But in many ways the bureau is working against itself. Arrests of suspects accused of planning travel to Syria, sting operations and expanded surveillance have at times alienated the Muslim communities that security agencies depend on for cooperation.
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President Obama asked that the nation pray for the families of the victims in the shootings at a Naval facility in Chattanooga, Tenn., which left six people dead including the shooter. (AP)
FBI Director James B. Comey announced this month that the bureau had made at least 10 arrests over the past six weeks, part of a preemptive crackdown by authorities concerned about the prospect for a spike in attacks during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Chattanooga is not among the cities involved in the FBI’s pilot program. But with a Muslim population in the low thousands, it serves as an example of dozens of midsize cities where the FBI and other agencies will need to devote considerable resources if they are to be held to the increasingly impossible-seeming standard of disrupting every domestic plot.
Tennessee is home to three FBI Joint Terrorism Task Forces, in Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville. Even though there’s no task force office in Chattanooga, law enforcement officials here have maintained close ties to the Muslim community.
When the Islamic Society of Greater Chattanooga held a ­ribbon-cutting for its school and mosque complex in 2012, William C. Killian, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee, was a featured speaker along with the mayor and chief of police.
“Bill Killian introduced us to the FBI,” said Bassam Issa, the president of the society. “It’s a very close relationship that we have with all law enforcement.” FBI officials and local law enforcement have come to the mosque’s open houses.
But the close relationship wasn’t enough to stop Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez, who had attended the mosque irregularly and struggled with depression and drug use after college, according to friends and family.
There are more than 100 FBI agents on the ground in Chattanooga, primarily from the FBI Knoxville Field Office, trying to piece together Abdulazeez’s path to radicalization and violence. “That’s going to take time,” one official said. “We may never know, but we are working toward that.”
Abdulazeez did not have an extensive social-media profile, officials said. U.S. officials are also looking for clues in his trips to Jordan, where he visited family.
One possibility is that Abdul­azeez was just a troubled young man who responded to the torrent of hate-filled Internet messages from groups such as the Islamic State that are designed to inspire a single, troubled, lone gunman.
Such attacks are in­cred­ibly difficult to detect and stop, officials said. The growing signs that Abdulazeez had self-radicalized and acted alone were of little solace to many in Chattanooga who were convinced the government was not doing enough to protect them.
At Carl Poston’s family-owned gun shop, a few miles from Abdul­azeez’s home, demand for concealed-carry classes doubled in the days after the shooting. Shooter’s Depot, a gun store on the other side of town, said it had seen a fivefold increase, with as many as 100 people a day requesting spots in the gun classes.
“I just can’t agree that the best we can do is pray for Chattanooga,” Hamilton County Public Defender Steve Smith wrote on his Facebook page. “I think the best we can do is ascertain who our enemies are, whether foreign or domestic, and then kill them. . . . This same thing will happen again, likely soon, unless our government can do a better job of identifying our enemies.”
Even the Marines, who have grown grimly accustomed to combat casualties over the course of nearly 14 years of continuous war, viewed these deaths as somehow different and more unsettling.
“When you’re in a combat environment . . . and someone gets killed by an IED or a direct-fire engagement, as horrible as that is, its easier to accept,” said Maj. Mike Abrams, who lost four of his Marines in the attack. “When they are stateside in Chattanooga, in the heartland of America, and they kiss their wife and kids and say goodbye and go to work and they get shot . . . the shock of that is much harder to accept and much harder to find meaning in.”
Abrams said the Marines killed in the attack were being considered for Purple Hearts, an award traditionally reserved for troops killed or wounded in war zones.
Throughout Chattanooga, people were coming up with their own ways to mourn the losses. The Islamic Society in Chattanooga had planned a big celebration Saturday for Eid, the Muslim holiday at the end of Ramadan, with inflatable moon bounces and tables full of sweets, but canceled it. “This is not a time for us to celebrate anything,” said Issa, the society’s president.
Many left church services Sunday, changed out of their formal clothes and headed out to the two sites where Abdulazeez opened fire. Some huddled in small groups and prayed. Carl Ball, 70, planted an American flag in the ground in front of the building where the four Marines and the sailor had been shot. “How do you stop someone who wants you to kill them so they can go to heaven?” Ball asked. “How do you deter that?”
A few miles away at the Armed Forces Recruiting Center, the other shooting site, the crowd was larger and angrier. “We need to be stronger,” said Tim Litt, a Gulf War veteran who came to the rally with a holstered Ruger pistol. “We need a stronger White House. We need to do more.”
There were boisterous chants of “U.S.A.,” roaring motorcycles and television anchors doing live stand-ups. Proxmire, who had traveled from Delphos, Kan., was still trying to make sense of what had happened to her son, who was in surgery when she arrived in Chattanooga. “He was my hero,” she said. “He was my world.”
Behind her, people were waving American flags and protest signs.
A stranger pulled Proxmire out of the scrum, guided her toward a quiet spot near the road and hugged her. “I’m so sorry for your loss,” Alaina Fitzner, an Air Force wife, whispered to her. “We’re all behind you. You’re part of our military family, and we love you.”
Greg Miller and Adam Goldman in Washington contributed to this report.
Greg Jaffe covers the White House for The Washington Post, where he has been since March 2009.
Thomas Gibbons-Neff is a Washington Post contributor and a former U.S. infantry Marine.
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What Americans Actually Do When the Government Is Watching | Brynne O'Neal

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Recent headlines have featured multiple stories about intrusive U.S. surveillance, from a lawsuitabout the NSA’s bulk phone metadata collection to new documents on the use of Executive Order 12333 to collect Americans’ online communications. Such stories tend to set off a familiar debate over privacy and security. While it is easy to opine about how people should react to government surveillance, good policy decisions must take into account how Americans do react to surveillance.
A range of studies looking at post-9/11 surveillance of Americans present one consistent conclusion: knowledge of surveillance changes behavior. In fact, there’s evidence that Americans have altered their communications, publications, Internet searches, and who they talk to because of surveillance. Certain groups have made substantial changes to how they work and live, including journalists, lawyers, writers, and American Muslims.
After a scandal like the 2013 Snowden revelations, you might expect a rush by Americans to find out what else their government is up to. And yet, an analysis of Google Trends data shows a significant five percent drop in U.S.-based searches for government-sensitive terms (e.g. "dirty bomb" or "CIA") after the news broke. A control list of popular search terms did not show the same change, nor did personally-sensitive terms (e.g. "abortion" or "herpes").
A more recent Pew Research Center survey shows that 30 percent of American adults have taken at least one step to hide their information from the government. That includes measures like changing privacy settings, avoiding social media or use of certain words online, or communicating offline instead. People who say they have heard a lot about NSA surveillance are more likely to try to avoid it. And a failure to take such steps does not necessarily suggest a lack of concern. Fifty four percent of those surveyed believe such efforts would be futile, opining that it would be “somewhat” or “very” difficult to find tools or strategies to protect their privacy.
Some groups have taken more drastic steps to avoid surveillance. A 2014 Human Rights Watch and ACLU study, With Liberty to Monitor Allshows that many journalists and lawyers have radically changed how they work in response to the 2013 revelations. Journalists worry about protecting their sources.  They avoid email, and they use encryption programs and complex surveillance-dodging systems. This extra time means fewer stories, and the cloak-and-dagger routine scares away people who might be willing to talk.
Attorneys have a legal and ethical obligation to protect the privacy of client communications. Since the Snowden disclosures, some avoid email, encrypt communications, or rely on face-to-face interactions, which can get expensive when dealing with international clients. Attorneys have also warned clients that they cannot guarantee confidentiality, which makes it hard to build professional trust.
In 2013, PEN America surveyed 528 American writers about surveillance and how it has affected their behavior. Eighty five percent worry about government surveillance. This leads to self-censorship: 28 percent curtailed social media activities, 24 percent avoided certain topics by phone or email, and 16 percent chose not to write or speak on a certain topic. Plus, 16 percent avoided Internet searches or website visits on controversial or suspicious topics and 13 percent have taken extra steps to cover up Internet activity.
American Muslims are under even greater surveillance than the general public and feel it keenly. CUNY-CLEAR issued a report on Muslim reactions to the 2011 revelation that the NYPD had been using informants and other methods to watch mosques, Muslim student groups, and other centers of Muslim community. Interviewees reported avoiding activities such as prayer or social activities at mosques, political discussions (and spaces where they happen), activism, and participation in Muslim student organizations. They were suspicious of anyone new in a Muslim space or vocal about politics. Many were even reluctant to call the police when they were victims of a crime. Law-abidingAmericans thus gave up entire portions of their lives to avoid the attention of the police and FBI.
In short, the evidence is mounting: Americans are staying away from the political process, censoring what they say, write, and research, limiting who they talk to, and avoiding cultural or religious communities because of surveillance.
The chilling effect of broad surveillance programs limits the exercise of the constitutional rights to freedom of speech, assembly, and religion, as well as equal protection under the law. It also causes professional harms—lawyers and journalists cannot do their jobs as well, and customers may avoid search engines and email servers run by U.S.-based companies.
Moreover, if you believe policies should be informed by rigorous democratic debate, the surveillance status quo is doing measurable damage. The groups with the most at stake are withdrawing their voices from public discussion. When speaking out means sacrificing privacy, we lose points of view, and the quality of our democracy suffers. That should give all of us something to truly fear.
Brynne O’Neal is a Research and Program Associate in the Liberty and National Security Program at the Brennan Center for Justice.
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KPRC Houston FBI issues gift card warning KPRC Houston WHEN THE CREAMERIES WILL BEGIN PRODUCING AGAIN FOR RETAIL SALES. GIFT CARDS, THEY'RE EASY TO GIVE, EASY TO USE, AND IF YOU DON'T WANT TO USE THEM, THEY'RE ALWAYS THE OPTI...
» Bid to alter drug laws and allow some early prison releases gains ground in ... - Los Angeles Times
19/07/15 21:58 from house judiciary committee - Google News
Los Angeles Times Bid to alter drug laws and allow some early prison releases gains ground in ... Los Angeles Times ... prison reform bill similar to one sponsored by Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, a moderate Republican from Wisconsin. The meas...
» Angry protesters in Chattanooga: When's the government going to do something? - Washington Post
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Angry protesters in Chattanooga: When's the government going to do something? Washington Post FBI Director James B . Comey announced this month that the bureau had made at least 10 arrests over the past six weeks, part of a preemptiv...
» Angry protesters in Chattanooga: When's the government going - Washington Post - Washington Post
19/07/15 21:33 from james b. comey - Google News
Angry protesters in Chattanooga: When's the government going - Washington Post Washington Post FBI Director James B . Comey announced this month that the bureau had made at least 10 arrests over the past six weeks, part of a preempti...
» Congress to examine FBI handling of Tennessee shooter | Reuters - Reuters
19/07/15 21:01 from fbi - Google News
Reuters Congress to examine FBI handling of Tennessee shooter | Reuters Reuters Congress to examine FBI handling of Tennessee shooter. WASHINGTON | By Andrea Shalal. WASHINGTON Lawmakers will examine possible shortcomings in law enforcem...
» Terrorist attacks by lone gunmen nag FBI - Eagle-Tribune
19/07/15 20:18 from fbi - Google News
WTVC Terrorist attacks by lone gunmen nag FBI Eagle-Tribune WASHINGTON (AP) — The deadly shootings at military sites in Tennessee illustrate the threat that FBI officials have warned about: violence directed against a vulnerable governme...
» FBI checking gunman's phone, computer, trips for ISIL connection - USA TODAY
19/07/15 19:36 from fbi - Google News
USA TODAY FBI checking gunman's phone, computer, trips for ISIL connection USA TODAY The FBI is examining Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez's cellphone and computer to determine whether the 24-year-old who killed four Marines and a Nav...
» Report: FBI reviews Islamic text Chattanooga gunman sent to friend before ... - Fox News
19/07/15 18:18 from fbi - Google News
Fox News Report: FBI reviews Islamic text Chattanooga gunman sent to friend before ... Fox News FBI agents investigating the Chattanooga shootings are reviewing a text the Kuwaiti-born gunman sent hours before the attacks that included a...
» Report: FBI reviews Islamic text Chattanooga gunman sent to friend before attacks - Fox News
19/07/15 18:18 from fbi - Google News
Fox News Report: FBI reviews Islamic text Chattanooga gunman sent to friend before attacks Fox News FBI agents investigating the Chattanooga shootings are reviewing a text the Kuwaiti-born gunman sent hours before the attacks that includ...
» FBI seeks help in Chattanooga shooting - KSBY.com - KSBY San Luis Obispo News
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KSBY San Luis Obispo News FBI seeks help in Chattanooga shooting - KSBY.com KSBY San Luis Obispo News CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) - FBI teams are continuing to collect and process evidence collected at the two Chattanooga military sites atta...
» Congress To Examine FBI Handling Of Tennessee Shooter - Huffington Post - Huffington Post
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Huffington Post Congress To Examine FBI Handling Of Tennessee Shooter - Huffington Post Huffington Post WASHINGTON, July 19 (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers will examine possible shortcomings in law enforcement or intelligence in the case of a...
» Prison reform should begin with refusing to jail for drug possession - Daily Kos - Daily Kos
19/07/15 12:31 from fbi aclu report - Google News
Daily Kos Prison reform should begin with refusing to jail for drug possession - Daily Kos Daily Kos Culling together data from Byrne grant state annual reports and a 2013 ACLU report called “Marijuana Arrests in Black and White” reveals...
» Tennessee shootings crystallize FBI terrorism concerns - Military Times - Military Times
19/07/15 12:28 from fbi - Google News
Military Times Tennessee shootings crystallize FBI terrorism concerns - Military Times Military Times WASHINGTON — The deadly shootings at military sites in Tennessee illustrate the threat that FBI officials have warned about: violence d...
» Tennessee shootings crystallize FBI terrorism concerns - Military Times
19/07/15 12:28 from fbi - Google News
Military Times Tennessee shootings crystallize FBI terrorism concerns Military Times WASHINGTON — The deadly shootings at military sites in Tennessee illustrate the threat that FBI officials have warned about: violence directed against a...
» FBI looking into shooter's possible involvement with ISIS | Local News | Times ... - Chattanooga Times Free Press
19/07/15 11:19 from fbi - Google News
Chattanooga Times Free Press FBI looking into shooter's possible involvement with ISIS | Local News | Times ... Chattanooga Times Free Press FBI investigators work the scene of the July, 16 shooting at the Naval Operational Support C...
» FBI looking into shooter's possible involvement with ISIS - Chattanooga Times Free Press
19/07/15 11:19 from fbi - Google News
Chattanooga Times Free Press FBI looking into shooter's possible involvement with ISIS Chattanooga Times Free Press FBI investigators work the scene of the July, 16 shooting at the Naval Operational Support Center on Amnicola Highway...
» FBI and DHS says Chattanooga shooter's motive still remains unknown | Fox 59 - Fox 59
19/07/15 07:37 from fbi - Google News
Fox 59 FBI and DHS says Chattanooga shooter's motive still remains unknown | Fox 59 Fox 59 Flags and flowers are placed at the shooting scene outside a military recruiting center in Chattanooga,Tennessee. CHATTANOOGA , Tenn. (July 19...
» FBI and DHS says Chattanooga shooter's motive still remains unknown - Fox 59
19/07/15 07:37 from fbi - Google News
Fox 59 FBI and DHS says Chattanooga shooter's motive still remains unknown Fox 59 (July 19, 2015) — The Homeland Security Department and the FBI on Saturday issued a joint intelligence bulletin to law enforcement agencies around the ...
» Chattanooga Shootings Crystallize FBI Terrorism Concerns - WTVC
19/07/15 06:57 from fbi - Google News
WTVC Chattanooga Shootings Crystallize FBI Terrorism Concerns WTVC But the line between inspired and directed is blurred in an age of pervasive social media, where anyone with a computer or smartphone can be exposed to what FBI Director ...
» Chattanooga Shootings Crystallize FBI Terrorism Concerns - News Channel 9 - WTVC
19/07/15 06:57 from fbi - Google News
WTVC Chattanooga Shootings Crystallize FBI Terrorism Concerns - News Channel 9 WTVC WASHINGTON (AP) -- The deadly shootings at military sites in Tennessee illustrate the threat that FBI officials have warned about: violence directed agai...
» FBI investigates jail death of woman accused of assaulting officer - KRON4.com
19/07/15 02:40 from fbi - Google News
KRON4.com FBI investigates jail death of woman accused of assaulting officer KRON4.com Sandra Bland was taking a new job in Texas at Prairie View A&M University, the historically black college from which she graduated in 2009. The pr...
» FBI investigates jail death of woman accused of assaulting officer | KRON4.com - KRON4.com
19/07/15 02:40 from fbi - Google News
KRON4.com FBI investigates jail death of woman accused of assaulting officer | KRON4.com KRON4.com Sandra Bland was taking a new job in Texas at Prairie View A&M University, the historically black college from which she graduated in ...
» Senator asks: Why did FBI free suspect in murder of 4 Americans in Benghazi? - ChristianToday
19/07/15 00:53 from fbi - Google News
ChristianToday Senator asks: Why did FBI free suspect in murder of 4 Americans in Benghazi? ChristianToday Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa recently wrote to Federal Bureau of Investigation ( FBI ) Director James Comey and US Attorney Gene...
» Senator asks: Why did FBI free suspect in murder of 4 Americans in Benghazi ... - ChristianToday
19/07/15 00:53 from fbi - Google News
ChristianToday Senator asks: Why did FBI free suspect in murder of 4 Americans in Benghazi ... ChristianToday Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa recently wrote to Federal Bureau of Investigation ( FBI ) Director James Comey and US Attorney G...
» FBI probes possible hate crime attack on Houston bartender - KHOU
19/07/15 00:19 from fbi - Google News
KHOU FBI probes possible hate crime attack on Houston bartender KHOU What happened has the FBI investigating a possible hate crime. A couple sitting at a table called Raiel Rizik, one of the bartenders, over to their table. The man at th...
» Number of crossers released to ICE is down - Arizona Daily Star
19/07/15 00:17 from fbi aclu report - Google News
Arizona Daily Star Number of crossers released to ICE is down Arizona Daily Star Between January and August 2014, local jails declined ICE detainers on about 1,800 people who were later rearrested, according to an ICE report first obtain...
» Number of crossers released to ICE is down - Arizona Daily Star - Arizona Daily Star
19/07/15 00:17 from fbi aclu report - Google News
Arizona Daily Star Number of crossers released to ICE is down - Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star Between January and August 2014, local jails declined ICE detainers on about 1,800 people who were later rearrested, according to an IC...
» Editorial: Alleged shooter should not have been able to buy gun - Reading Eagle
19/07/15 00:06 from james b. comey - Google News
Editorial: Alleged shooter should not have been able to buy gun Reading Eagle That point struck home earlier this month when FBI Director James Comey told reporters that an improperly performed background check that was done on Roof in A...
» Police, FBI Surround Knight's Inn Motel In South Fayette Township « CBS ... - CBS Local
18/07/15 23:08 from fbi - Google News
CBS Local Police, FBI Surround Knight's Inn Motel In South Fayette Township « CBS ... CBS Local SOUTH FAYETTE (KDKA) — Police and the FBI surrounded a motel for several hours Saturday in South Fayette Township. Law enforcement offici...
» Suspect Dead After Standoff At South Fayette Motel - CBS Local
18/07/15 23:08 from fbi - Google News
CBS Local Suspect Dead After Standoff At South Fayette Motel CBS Local SOUTH FAYETTE (KDKA) — The suspect in an alleged abduction in Oklahoma is dead after a lengthy standoff with police and the FBI Saturday at a motel in South Fayette T...
» Number of crossers released to ICE fall - Arizona Daily Star - Arizona Daily Star
18/07/15 22:48 from fbi aclu report - Google News
Arizona Daily Star Number of crossers released to ICE fall - Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star Between January and August 2014, local jails declined ICE detainers on about 1,800 people who were later rearrested, according to an ICE r...
» Gawker accuses FBI of helping Hulk Hogan in sex tape lawsuit - NY Daily News - New York Daily News
18/07/15 22:02 from fbi - Google News
New York Daily News Gawker accuses FBI of helping Hulk Hogan in sex tape lawsuit - NY Daily News New York Daily News Is the FBI in bed with wrestling legend-turned-sex tape star Hulk Hogan? That titillating question marks the latest twis...
» Gawker accuses FBI of helping Hulk Hogan in $100 million sex tape lawsuit ... - New York Daily News
18/07/15 22:02 from fbi - Google News
New York Daily News Gawker accuses FBI of helping Hulk Hogan in $100 million sex tape lawsuit ... New York Daily News Is the FBI in bed with wrestling legend-turned-sex tape star Hulk Hogan? That titillating question marks the latest twi...
» Military site shootings crystallize FBI terrorism concerns | National News ... - Chattanooga Times Free Press
18/07/15 19:55 from fbi - Google News
Chattanooga Times Free Press Military site shootings crystallize FBI terrorism concerns | National News ... Chattanooga Times Free Press FILE - In this July 17, 2015 file photo, an FBI investigator investigates the scene of a shooting ou...
» The Latest: FBI seeks help in Chattanooga shooting - The Washington Post - Washington Post
18/07/15 19:26 from fbi - Google News
BBC News The Latest: FBI seeks help in Chattanooga shooting - The Washington Post Washington Post CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — The latest on the Chattanooga shootings at two military facilities (all times local):__. __. 7 p.m.. FBI teams are con...
» FBI investigating Friday bank robbery - Houston Chronicle - Chron.com
18/07/15 19:24 from fbi - Google News
Chron.com FBI investigating Friday bank robbery - Houston Chronicle Chron.com The FBI is looking for a man who robbed a Houston Capital One Bank at gunpoint Friday afternoon. The man entered the bank at 1520 West Sam Houston Parkway Sout...
» FBI investigating Friday bank robbery - Chron.com
18/07/15 19:24 from fbi - Google News
Chron.com FBI investigating Friday bank robbery Chron.com The FBI is looking for a man who robbed a Houston Capital One Bank at gunpoint Friday afternoon. The man entered the bank at 1520 West Sam Houston Parkway South at 2:59 p.m. and p...
» FBI fields more than 200 leads since Thursday's attacks - WRCBtv.com ... - WRCB-TV
18/07/15 19:21 from fbi - Google News
WRCB-TV FBI fields more than 200 leads since Thursday's attacks - WRCBtv.com ... WRCB-TV Evidence Response teams from the FBI Knoxville, Atlanta, Memphis offices and experts from the FBI Laboratory continue to process crime scenes at...
» FBI fields more than 200 leads since Thursday's attacks - WRCB-TV
18/07/15 19:21 from fbi - Google News
WRCB-TV FBI fields more than 200 leads since Thursday's attacks WRCB-TV Evidence Response teams from the FBI Knoxville, Atlanta, Memphis offices and experts from the FBI Laboratory continue to process crime scenes at the Lee Highway ...
» 'If Not Now, When?' | Clarence B. Jones - Huffington Post - Huffington Post
18/07/15 19:06 from james b. comey - Google News
'If Not Now, When?' | Clarence B . Jones - Huffington Post Huffington Post An important "sidebar "event for me, however, while here in DC, was the opportunity to meet with James Comey , director of the FBI. Walking into...
» 'If Not Now, When?' - Huffington Post
18/07/15 19:06 from james b. comey - Google News
'If Not Now, When?' Huffington Post An important "sidebar "event for me, however, while here in DC, was the opportunity to meet with James Comey , director of the FBI. Walking into the building for my meeting, with the ...
» Putting the digital keys to unlock data out of reach of authorities ... - Washington Post
18/07/15 18:43 from james b. comey - Google News
Putting the digital keys to unlock data out of reach of authorities ... Washington Post FBI Director James B . Comey has raised alarms — most recently in testimony to Congress this month — about the prospect of law enforcement “going dar...
» Putting the digital keys to unlock data out of reach of authorities - Washington Post
18/07/15 18:43 from james b. comey - Google News
Putting the digital keys to unlock data out of reach of authorities Washington Post FBI Director James B . Comey has raised alarms — most recently in testimony to Congress this month — about the prospect of law enforcement “going dark,” ...
» FBI, DHS: Chattanooga shooter's motive unknown | Politics - Channel3000.com - Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3
18/07/15 17:07 from fbi - Google News
Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3 FBI , DHS: Chattanooga shooter's motive unknown | Politics - Channel3000.com Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3 The Homeland Security Department and the FBI on Saturday issued a joint intelligence bulletin to law e...
» FBI, DHS: Chattanooga shooter's motive unknown | Politics - WDSU Home - WDSU New Orleans
18/07/15 16:30 from fbi - Google News
WDSU New Orleans FBI , DHS: Chattanooga shooter's motive unknown | Politics - WDSU Home WDSU New Orleans The Homeland Security Department and the FBI on Saturday issued a joint intelligence bulletin to law enforcement agencies around...
» FBI, DHS: Chattanooga shooter's motive still unknown - CNNPolitics.com - CNN
18/07/15 16:28 from fbi - Google News
CNN FBI , DHS: Chattanooga shooter's motive still unknown - CNNPolitics.com CNN (CNN) The Homeland Security Department and the FBI on Saturday issued a joint intelligence bulletin to law enforcement agencies around the U.S. following...
» Authorities say Chattanooga shooter's motive still remains unknown - CNN
18/07/15 16:28 from fbi - Google News
CNN Authorities say Chattanooga shooter's motive still remains unknown CNN (CNN) The Homeland Security Department and the FBI on Saturday issued a joint intelligence bulletin to law enforcement agencies around the U.S. following the ...
» Military site shootings crystallize FBI terrorism concerns - AOL.com - AOL News
18/07/15 15:16 from fbi - Google News
AOL News Military site shootings crystallize FBI terrorism concerns - AOL.com AOL News WASHINGTON (AP) — The deadly shootings at military sites in Tennessee illustrate the threat that FBI officials have warned about: violence directed ag...
» FBI: Deadly shootings in Tennessee illustrate lone gunman threat - PBS - PBS NewsHour (blog)
18/07/15 12:24 from fbi - Google News
PBS NewsHour (blog) FBI : Deadly shootings in Tennessee illustrate lone gunman threat - PBS PBS NewsHour (blog) The U.S. flag flies alongside a sign in honor of the five Americans killed in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on July 17, 2015. The f...
» FBI: Deadly shootings in Tennessee illustrate lone gunman threat - PBS NewsHour (blog)
18/07/15 12:24 from fbi - Google News
PBS NewsHour (blog) FBI : Deadly shootings in Tennessee illustrate lone gunman threat PBS NewsHour (blog) The U.S. flag flies alongside a sign in honor of the five Americans killed in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on July 17, 2015. The fatal s...
» Guest commentary: FBI needs new anti-terrorist strategy - ContraCostaTimes.com - Contra Costa Times
18/07/15 12:14 from fbi - Google News
Guest commentary: FBI needs new anti-terrorist strategy - ContraCostaTimes.com Contra Costa Times When Fox News starts to question the wisdom of current FBI strategy dealing with potential terrorists, it's time for the country to lis...
» Guest commentary: FBI needs new anti-terrorist strategy - Contra Costa Times
18/07/15 12:14 from fbi - Google News
Guest commentary: FBI needs new anti-terrorist strategy Contra Costa Times When Fox News starts to question the wisdom of current FBI strategy dealing with potential terrorists, it's time for the country to listen. Civil rights advoc...
» Chattanooga Shooting Highlights FBI Concerns - Huffington Post
18/07/15 10:45 from fbi - Google News
Huffington Post Chattanooga Shooting Highlights FBI Concerns Huffington Post The FBI has not detailed a motive, but Thursday's attacks that killed four Marines and one sailor are under investigation as a potential act of terrorism. A...
» Chattanooga Shooting Highlights FBI Concerns - Huffington Post - Huffington Post
18/07/15 10:45 from fbi - Google News
Huffington Post Chattanooga Shooting Highlights FBI Concerns - Huffington Post Huffington Post WASHINGTON (AP) -- The deadly shootings at military sites in Tennessee illustrate the threat that FBI officials have warned about: violence di...
» FBI, police seek public's help to ID bank robber - WKYC-TV
18/07/15 10:40 from fbi - Google News
WKYC-TV FBI , police seek public's help to ID bank robber WKYC-TV PARMA HEIGHTS -- The FBI and police are asking for the public's help identifying a suspect who robbed a Citizens Bank on Friday. The robbery happened around 5:30 p...
» FBI, police seek public's help to ID bank robber - WKYC.com - WKYC-TV
18/07/15 10:40 from fbi - Google News
WKYC-TV FBI , police seek public's help to ID bank robber - WKYC.com WKYC-TV PARMA HEIGHTS -- The FBI and police are asking for the public's help identifying a suspect who robbed a Citizens Bank on Friday. The robbery happened ar...
» Shootings at military sites crystallize FBI terrorism concerns - U.S. - Stripes - Stars and Stripes
18/07/15 10:00 from fbi - Google News
Stars and Stripes Shootings at military sites crystallize FBI terrorism concerns - U.S. - Stripes Stars and Stripes WASHINGTON — The deadly shootings at military sites in Tennessee illustrate the threat that FBI officials have warned abo...
» Military site shootings crystallize FBI terrorism concerns - KSL.com
18/07/15 09:56 from fbi - Google News
KSL.com Military site shootings crystallize FBI terrorism concerns KSL.com WASHINGTON (AP) — The deadly shootings at military sites in Tennessee illustrate the threat that FBI officials have warned about: violence directed against a vuln...
» Military Site Shootings Crystallize FBI Terrorism Concerns - ABC News - ABC News
18/07/15 09:48 from fbi - Google News
ABC News Military Site Shootings Crystallize FBI Terrorism Concerns - ABC News ABC News The deadly shootings at military sites in Tennessee illustrate the threat that FBI officials have warned about: violence directed against a vulnerabl...
» Military Site Shootings Crystallize FBI Terrorism Concerns - ABC News
18/07/15 09:48 from fbi - Google News
ABC News Military Site Shootings Crystallize FBI Terrorism Concerns ABC News The deadly shootings at military sites in Tennessee illustrate the threat that FBI officials have warned about: violence directed against a vulnerable governmen...
» New Castle County police hope to link 'hundreds of thousands' of cameras - The News Journal
18/07/15 09:04 from fbi aclu report - Google News
The News Journal New Castle County police hope to link 'hundreds of thousands' of cameras The News Journal In 2012, the county system scanned an average of 448 license plates per day, and the database held information from 164,43...
» NCCo police keep watch for 'likely' terror attack - The News Journal
18/07/15 09:04 from fbi aclu report - Google News
The News Journal NCCo police keep watch for 'likely' terror attack The News Journal In 2012, the county system scanned an average of 448 license plates per day, and the database held information from 164,431 scans, according to c...
» FBI Advisory: Oil Trains At Risk of "Extremist" Attack, But Lacks "Specific ... - De Smog Blog (blog)
18/07/15 08:58 from fbi - Google News
FBI Advisory: Oil Trains At Risk of "Extremist" Attack, But Lacks "Specific ... De Smog Blog (blog) Rail industry lobbying groups published the one-page FBI Private Sector Advisory as an exhibit to a jointly-submitted Augu...
» FBI examining foreign travel of Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez, Chattanooga ... - Washington Times
18/07/15 08:52 from fbi - Google News
Washington Times FBI examining foreign travel of Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez, Chattanooga ... Washington Times The FBI is closely examining the foreign travels of the man who gunned down four Marines in Tennessee, in particular a trip he...
» Chattanooga Gunman’s Past Scoured for Extremist Ties
18/07/15 00:00 from NYT > Federal Bureau of Investigation
A trail of potential leads included Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez’s recent blog posts on Islam, his family background in Kuwait and possible trips overseas.
» Chattanooga Gunman Spent Time in Jordan, Official Says
18/07/15 00:00 from NYT > Federal Bureau of Investigation
The disclosure came as investigators scoured Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez’s past for ties to extremist groups.
» Swindlers Target Older Women on Dating Websites
18/07/15 00:00 from NYT > Federal Bureau of Investigation
Older people are ideal targets because they often have ample savings, own their homes and may be lonely and susceptible to being deceived.
» Online Attacks at UCLA Health Exposed 4.5. Million
18/07/15 00:00 from NYT > Federal Bureau of Investigation
UCLA Health said in a statement that while there was no evidence that hackers acquired personal or medical data, it could not be immediately ruled out.
» Here’s a Way to Control Guns
18/07/15 00:00 from NYT > Federal Bureau of Investigation
Obama needs to use the purchasing power of the government to force manufacturers to change the way their products are distributed and made.
» Chattanooga Gunman Spent Time in Jordan, Officials Say
18/07/15 00:00 from NYT > Federal Bureau of Investigation
The disclosure came as investigators scoured Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez’s past for ties to extremist groups.
» Inquiry Focusing on Gunman’s Trip to Jordan in 2014
18/07/15 00:00 from NYT > Federal Bureau of Investigation
The disclosure came as investigators scoured Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez’s past for ties to extremist groups.
» Inquiry Focusing on Chattanooga Gunman’s Trip to Jordan in 2014
18/07/15 00:00 from NYT > Federal Bureau of Investigation
The disclosure came as investigators scoured Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez’s past for ties to extremist groups.
» Shooting ISIS related? FBI won't confirm it - WBIR.com - WBIR-TV
17/07/15 23:22 from fbi - Google News
WBIR-TV Shooting ISIS related? FBI won't confirm it - WBIR.com WBIR-TV The FBI speak out about how Chattanooga police were so quick to respond and their heroism in taking on a deadly shooter. July 17, 2015 WBIR. Abdulazeez shot and k...
» FBI searching for Houston bank bandits - KHOU.com - KHOU
17/07/15 23:14 from fbi - Google News
KHOU FBI searching for Houston bank bandits - KHOU.com KHOU FBI searching for Houston bank bandits. KHOU Staff, KHOU.com 9:50 p.m. CDT July 17, 2015. 635727691836218859-Victory1. This man is accused of holding up a First Convenience Bank...
» FBI searching for Houston bank bandits - KHOU
17/07/15 23:14 from fbi - Google News
KHOU FBI searching for Houston bank bandits KHOU The suspect counted down from 15 seconds while keeping a hand in his pocket, according to the FBI's Houston Division. Authorities said the man never showed a weapon. The teller handed ...
» FBI investigating bar beating as hate crime - KTRK-TV
17/07/15 22:25 from fbi - Google News
KTRK-TV FBI investigating bar beating as hate crime KTRK-TV The FBI is investigating whether a vicious attack on a bartender Monday night was a hate crime. It happened where he worked, Uncle Albert's Pub in northwest Harris County. T...
» FBI investigating bar beating as hate crime | abc13.com - KTRK-TV
17/07/15 22:25 from fbi - Google News
KTRK-TV FBI investigating bar beating as hate crime | abc13.com KTRK-TV The FBI is investigating whether a vicious attack on a bartender Monday night was a hate crime. It happened where he worked, Uncle Albert's Pub in northwest Harr...
» Shooter's motive stumps Obama, FBI, media - WND.com
17/07/15 21:46 from fbi - Google News
WND.com Shooter's motive stumps Obama, FBI , media WND.com Garth Kant is WND Washington news editor. Previously, he spent five years writing, copy-editing and producing at "CNN Headline News," three years writing, copy-edit...
» Terrorism trial: Kurbanov, FBI source discussed 9/11 - KTVB
17/07/15 21:42 from fbi - Google News
KTVB Terrorism trial: Kurbanov, FBI source discussed 9/11 KTVB Kurbanov and the FBI confidential human source, identified as "Denver CHS" during the court proceedings, lived together for about two months in the source's apa...
» Terrorism trial: Kurbanov, FBI source discussed 9/11 - KTVB.com - KTVB
17/07/15 21:42 from fbi - Google News
KTVB Terrorism trial: Kurbanov, FBI source discussed 9/11 - KTVB.com KTVB Kurbanov and the FBI confidential human source, identified as "Denver CHS" during the court proceedings, lived together for about two months in the sourc...
» Here's a Way to Control Guns - The New York Times - New York Times
17/07/15 21:11 from james b. comey - Google News
Here's a Way to Control Guns - The New York Times New York Times In his forthright statement on how Dylann Roof obtained the gun used to murder churchgoers in Charleston without having a completed background check, the F.B.I. directo...
» Here's a Way to Control Guns - New York Times
17/07/15 21:11 from james b. comey - Google News
Here's a Way to Control Guns New York Times In his forthright statement on how Dylann Roof obtained the gun used to murder churchgoers in Charleston without having a completed background check, the F.B.I. director, James B . Comey , ...


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