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By Paul Pringle and Richard WintonA witness to a beating by Kern County sheriff's deputies of a man who later died says she's worried that recorded segments from cellphone video of the incident may have been erased. More analysis will determine whether footage might be missing from that...
ReutersWELLINGTON, May 16 (Reuters) - Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has won the right to demand the United States hand over all the evidence in its online piracy case against the internet entrepreneur, New Zealand's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday. The ruling...
>> 50 Years Ago — BRAWLEY — What is believed to be the first octopus ever to be found in the Salton Sea was discovered Sunday by a 12-year-old Brawley boy. The baby octopus, with tentacles six to eight inches long, was found swimming in...
Tags: Paul Miller, International Law, Deportation, Defendants, Trials
Rene Rivas, a 42-year-old Mexican national, was granted a temporary delay in his scheduled deportation Tuesday — a day after his wife, four children and about 30 others staged a protest demonstration in front of the detention center where he is...
A Reading man accused of raping a 24-year-old Hamburg woman last week has been captured in Franklin County near the Maryland border, police said. Keyen D. Camper, 29, was arrested in Waynesboro and later brought back to Berks County, where he was...
Holding a sign that read "Stop Breaking Families," 8-year-old Alexis Rivas marched through the noon heat in front of an immigration detention center Monday to protest the scheduled deportation of his father for the fifth time. "I want to see my dad,"...
After more than 15 years on the lam, former fugitive Giovanni Spiller was convicted late Tuesday of a 1996 slaying that left the victim's family shattered and exposed weaknesses in America's system for apprehending international fugitives. FBI agents...
Tags: Criminals, International Law, Prisons, Crimes, Trials
Tagged by U.S. authorities in 2009 for his role in a North Korean weapons procurement channel, Taiwanese businessman Hsien Tai Tsai "Alex" Tsai was banned from doing business in the United States. But in a federal criminal complaint unsealed Monday in a...
STATE SENATE-SPECIAL ELECTION Democrat Ananich wins Michigan Senate election FLINT, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan Senate is going to have a new member soon. Unofficial results late Tuesday show Democratic state Rep. Jim Ananich of Flint easily...
Tags: Prisons, Trials, Punishment, Elections, Science and Technology
WASHINGTON – Many Latinos say they are less likely than before to report crimes because local police are increasingly involved in enforcing immigration laws, leading to a sharp increase in deportations, according to a new study. About 44% of...
An Orlando federal judge has likened the conduct of 10 deputies who killed suspected car thief Torey Breedlove in a hail of gunfire to an "execution" rather than an attempted arrest. Breedlove was killed three years ago by Orange County deputies who...
Tags: International Law, Trials, Shootings, Police Arrests, Litigation
ReutersBy David Ingram and Naomi Tajitsu WASHINGTON/WELLINGTON, May 2 (Reuters) - A trip to New Zealand will put America's chief prosecutor on the same soil as a flashy internet mogul who is fighting extradition to the United States on charges he assisted...
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