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ReutersBOSTON (Reuters) - A former criminal associate of James "Whitey" Bulger told jurors at the accused mob boss's trial on Monday that he agreed to testify against his old friend after learning that his former gang pals had begun cooperating with law...
Thirteen years ago, Cpl. Ed Toatley was working undercover for the Maryland State Police when he was murdered during a botched drug deal in Washington, D.C. Ed was a close friend of mine, and his tragic death Oct. 30, 2000, began my quest to end America's...
ReutersJune 18 (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc said U.S. law enforcement agencies made between 12,000 and 13,000 requests for data in the last six months, the latest in a series of disclosures by technology companies since intelligence leaks showed the extent of...
Even when she was released from prison, Nicole Harris wasn't free. Not until Monday, that is, when her lawyer sent a four-word text message that changed the course of her life: "All good. Charges dismissed." "I was ecstatic," said Harris, 31, who...
A Steubenville, Ohio, football player, convicted of raping an alcohol-impaired high school girl, must register as a sex offender every six months for the next 20 years, a judge ruled Friday. Trent Mays, 17, must register as a Tier II sex offender, Judge...
Tribune reporterAmid heavy courthouse security, the alleged top leaders of one of Chicago’s most violent street gangs were ordered held without bail today on sweeping racketeering charges that allege they controlled their West Side drug empire through intimidation,...
Tags: Prisons, Prosecution, Justice System, Murder, Police Arrests
The Hartford CourantJames "Whitey" Bulger, whose racketeering trial continues to be the best show in town, finally flashed a smile from his seat at the defense table Friday, although it was unclear from the context whether Bulger found one of his accusers amusing or was...
ReutersSANFORD, Florida (Reuters) - A judge's decision to sequester jurors for the murder trial of a Florida neighborhood watchman who fatally shot an unarmed black teenager in 2012 will slow an already painstaking selection process to find impartial minds...
At least 24 men convicted or arrested based largely on murky bite-mark evidence have been exonerated by DNA testing, had charges dropped or otherwise been proved not guilty. Many spent more than a decade in prison, and one man was behind bars for more...
Tags: Prosecution, Beach Park, Crime Victims, Lawyers, Crimes
An interfaith coalition outraged by child sex trafficking is getting ready to make sex abuse and child prostitution prominent issues in South Florida's houses of worship. A team of advocates will be trained in Delray Beach on June 22 by Shared Hope...
Finish the job of Medgar Evers To the editor: Mississippi’s tireless civil-rights worker, Medgar Evers, was killed 50 years ago. An assassin’s bullet mortally wounded Evers in front of his home, leaving a widow and depriving three...
Colin Nutter was a young man from the North Shore on the brink of two worlds. After minor scrapes with the law as a teen, by 20 he had taken some college classes and was eager to return to school. He worked two jobs and had bought his first car,...
Tags: Prosecution, Nursing Homes, Peace Corps, Michigan Avenue, FEMA
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