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CRTC Chief Compliance and Enforcement Officer issues $1.1 million penalty to Compu-Finder for spamming Canadians
Ottawa-Gatineau (rushPRNews) By: RushPRnews 2015-03-05

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission’s (CRTC’s) Chief Compliance and Enforcement Officer today issued a Notice of Violation to Compu-Finder, which includes a penalty of $1.1 million, for breaking Canada’s anti-spam law. Compu-Finder has 30 days to submit written representations

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Battle for justice continues, says Regina Shields Founder and Director of Free Truth Enterprise
CINCINNATI, OHIO (rushPRNews) By: Regina Shields 2014-05-09

BATTLE FOR JUSTICE CONTINUES FOR FREE TRUTH ENTERPRISE Ohio Attorney Generals' Office  wins in Hamilton County Court Of Common Pleas, Judge Beth Myers using stolen property as evidence in case #A1301037.On April 30, 2014 Judge Beth Myers granted Managing Attorney Assistant Attorney

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Stanford's victims feel defrauded again by the Joint Liquidators, Marcus Wide & Hugh Dickson of Grant Thornton
Austin, Texas (rushPRNews) By: Coalition seeking Justice & Restitution 2014-02-18

Innocent Stanford victims are in a panic - many suffering emotional distress. Today marks the five year anniversary of the Stanford debacle and the Joint Liquidators Marcus Wide and Hugh Dickson, of Grant Thornton, decided to give Stanford’s defrauded depositors an

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CREDO Action - President Obama and Governor Romney: Ask Congress to reinstate the federal assault weapons
SAN FRANCISCO (rushPRNews) By: RushPRnews 2012-07-25

The shock and trauma from the images and stories from Aurora are still very much with us, and it is impossible to put into words the pain being felt by families and friends of the victims. But that doesn't mean we

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FBI Clarifies Reporting on Microscopic Hair Comparisons Conducted by the Laboratory
Washington, D.C. (rushPRNews) By: Federal Bureau of Investigation 2012-07-13

The FBI Laboratory still conducts microscopic hair comparisons. There is no reason to believe the FBI Laboratory employed “flawed” forensic techniques.   The validity of the science of microscopic hair comparison is not at issue; however, based on recent cases, the FBI

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San Diego Divorce Lawyer Wins Favorable Orders Child Custody Case
San Diego,California (rushPRNews) By: John Griffith 2012-06-15

- - San Diego divorce lawyer John Griffith of Griffith & Young received favorable child custody orders from Vista Family Court in recent "move away" case involving a teenage girl. The father requested for the daughter to move with him to

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New lawsuit filed against Roman Catholic Diocese of Austin
Austin, TX (rushPRNews) By: Peter Wendt 2012-03-01

New lawsuit filed against Roman Catholic Diocese of Austin - Diocese yet to answer Houston personal injury law firm Sutliff & Stout, PLLC filed a lawsuit in Travis County District Court this week on behalf of a man who was sexually abused

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Closing a ‘Crime Superstore’ - Not-So Garden Variety Fraud in the Garden State
NEWARK, NJ (rushPRNews) By: Federal Bureau of Investigation 2012-01-10

Leader of Large-Scale Identity Theft Ring and Co-Conspirator Plead Guilty, Admit Roles in Fraud Enterprise The leader of a fraud ring that engaged in identity theft and financial crimes which have led to charges against 54 individuals admitted today to

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Visa Lawyer Follows Update on Obama's Non-Citizen Uncle
Cleveland, Ohio (rushPRNews) By: Jonathan Bartell 2011-12-26

CLEVELAND AND COLUMBUS, OHIO - Visa lawyer Jonathan A. Bartell wants to stay informed about high profile cases that can be useful for those going through similar issues. Bartell, an embassy lawyer, wants know the progression of certain high profile cases

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Mafia Family Fraud - The Case of the Stolen Company
Washington, D.C (rushPRNews) By: Federal Bureau of Investigation 2011-12-12

It’s a criminal’s dream—owning a financial company that can be looted at will. That’s just what 13 individuals—including two with ties to organized crime families—are accused of in a federal indictment announced last month in New Jersey.   Among those charged in

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