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Nashville Woman Charged with Attempted Murder in Shooting of Homeless Man
Nashville, TENN (rushPRNews) By: RushPRnews 2017-09-13

Midtown Hills Precinct detectives tonight charged Katie Quackenbush, 26, with attempted murder for the August 26th shooting of a homeless man outside 901 19th Avenue South near Music Row.        The victim, Gerald Melton, 54, was critically wounded and remains hospitalized

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Commission Releasing Daily Data On Consumer Complaints About Unwanted Calls
Washington, DC (rushPRNews) By: RushPRnews 2017-08-11

FTC Escalates the Fight against Illegal Robocalls Using Consumer Complaints to Aid Industry Call-Blocking Solutions Every day American consumers report tens of thousands of illegal robocalls to the Federal Trade Commission, and now the FTC is helping put that information to

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Joint Cyber Operation Takes Down Avalanche Criminal Network
Washington, D.C. (rushPRNews) By: Federal Bureau of Investigation 2016-12-05

Servers Enabled Nefarious Activity Worldwide It was a highly secure infrastructure of servers that allegedly offered cyber criminals an unfettered platform from which to conduct malware campaigns and “money mule” money laundering schemes, targeting victims in the U.S. and around the world. But

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Statement By A.G. Schneiderman On $25 Million Settlement Agreement Reached In Trump University Case
NEW YORK (rushPRNews) By: RushPRnews 2016-11-18

 – Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman issued the following statement on the $25 million settlement agreement reached in Trump University case: In 2013, my office sued Donald Trump for swindling thousands of innocent Americans out of  millions of dollars through a scheme known as

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Pennies for innocent families, millions for lawyers, in Stanford settlements
Austin, Texas (rushPRNews) By: Coalition seeking Justice & Restitution 2016-09-26

COViSAL, a coalition of affected families in Latin America and around the world write an objection letter to the latest agreements in Stanford's case. September 23, 2016 Honorable David Godbey, U.S. District Court in Dallas; Civil action: 3:09-CV-0298-N We respectfully write to you

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Leader of New Haven Heroin Ring Pleads Guilty
New Haven,Connecticut (rushPRNews) By: Federal Bureau of Investigation 2016-09-22

Deirdre M. Daly, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, today announced that WILSON VASQUEZ, also known as “Will” and “Pancho,” 43, of New Haven, pleaded guilty yesterday before U.S. District Judge Victor A. Bolden in Bridgeport to heading

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For a fistful of dollars two gangs continue to fleece innocent families
Dallas, Texas (rushPRNews) By: Coalition seeking Justice & Restitution 2015-12-01

Jaime Escalona speaking on behalf of COViSAL denounces millions of dollars in fees, and the fleecing of thousands of innocent families. • What’s been recovered by the US Receiver and Joint Liquidators during almost 7 years, goes to pay exorbitant attorneys’ fees

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Co-Founder of OXYwater Sentenced for Wire Fraud and Money Laundering
Washington, DC (rushPRNews) By: Federal Bureau of Investigation 2015-10-01

A co-founder of Imperial Integrative Health Research and Development LLC (Imperial) was sentenced to serve 83 months in prison in federal court today for his role in a fraud scheme related to Imperial and its product, OXYwater, announced Acting Assistant

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Financial Fraud Lengthy Prison Term for Advance Fee Fraudster
Washington, DC (rushPRNews) By: RushPRnews 2015-06-02

Like many successful con men, William C. Lange made people believe that he really cared about them—even as he looked them in the eye and took their money.  The 67-year-old Washington state businessman was sentenced in March to 22 years in

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FBI Releases 2014 Preliminary Statistics for Law Enforcement Officers Killed in the Line of Duty
Washington, DC (rushPRNews) By: Federal Bureau of Investigation 2015-05-11

Preliminary statistics released today by the FBI show that 51 law enforcement officers were feloniously killed in the line of duty in 2014. This is an increase of almost 89 percent when compared to the 27 officers killed in 2013.

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