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FBI’s Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending July 20, 2012

July 20, 2012

FBI’s Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending July 20, 2012
  1. WASHINGTON, DC (RPRN) 07/20/12 — Headquarters: Judge Webster Delivers Webster Commission Report on Fort Hood

    The FBI concurs with the principles underlying the commission’s recommendations and, in most cases, has already taken action to implement the recommendations based on our own internal review of the Fort Hood shootings and that of the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. Full Story

  2. Washington: Virginia Man Sentenced for Acting as Unregistered Agent for Syrian Government

    Mohamad Anas Haitham Soueid was sentenced to 18 months in prison for collecting recordings and other information and providing these materials to Syrian intelligence agencies. Full Story

  3. New York: Forty-Eight Charged in Massive Medicaid Fraud Scheme Involving the Diversion and Trafficking of Prescription Drugs

    Medicaid lost more than an estimated $500 million in reimbursements as a result of the fraud. Full Story

  4. Richmond: Armet Armored Vehicles Charged with Defrauding U.S. Military

    A military contractor with offices in Danville, Virginia, and Ontario, Canada, was indicted on charges that it falsely represented the level of protection provided by armored vehicles used by convoys in Iraq. Full Story

  5. Atlanta: Jury Convicts Man Who Operated Sex Trafficking Ring

    Soloman Manasseh Mustafa was found guilty of sex trafficking, kidnapping, transporting women across state lines for prostitution, document servitude, and enticement of a minor for sexual activity. Full Story

  6. Philadelphia: Ukrainian National Sentenced for Human Trafficking Operation

    Stepan Botsvynyuk was sentenced to 20 years in prison for his role in a family-run operation that smuggled young Ukrainian immigrants into the United States and forced them to work for little or no pay. Full Story

  7. Boston: Former Employee of Exeter Hospital Arrested in Connection with Hepatitis C Outbreak

    David Matthew Kwiatkowski allegedly caused at least 30 individuals to become infected with the blood-borne virus that can cause serious damage to the liver. Full Story

  8. Jacksonville: Man Pleads Guilty to Arson of Reproductive Health Facility

    Bobby Joe Rogers claimed responsibility for the New Year’s Day arson that destroyed the American Family Planning Clinic in Pensacola. Full Story

  9. Mobile: Businessman, Lobbyist, and Legislator Sentenced for Roles in Wide-Ranging Conspiracy to Influence and Corrupt Activities of Alabama State Legislature

    Ronald Gilley, Jarrod Massey, and former state representative Terry Spicer were sentenced to 80 months, 65 months, and 57 months in prison, respectively, for bribery-related offenses. Full Story

  10. San Juan: Twenty Individuals Charged with Making False Statements in Loan Applications

    The defendants were also charged in the 45-count indictment with aggravated identity theft and money laundering. Full Story

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