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  • Browser history Obstruction of justice
    Browser history: Obstruction of justice? Wiping Internet tracks is Obstruction
    Can you be slapped with obstruction of justice for wiping clean your browser history? Yep, says the Feds. If you are in the habit of clearing your online tracks – as many do – a federal law on the books since 2002, meant to apply legal...
  • Obstruction on tracks causes major BART delays
    Obstruction on tracks causes major BART delays
    OAKLAND, Calif. — There is a major delay on the BART line between San Francisco and Oakland, says San Francisco's KTVU Channel 2 News on Monday night.According to officials, that delay is due to an obstruction on the train track. It'...
  • Man arrested for running naked and shaking his penis at strangers
    Man arrested for running naked and shaking his penis at strangers
    The Online Athens news reported that Clifford Atkinson, 29, a Georgia man was arrested for running naked through an apartment complex and shaking his penis at strangers. After police were called, Atkinson got into a physical confrontation with a...
  • Senator Ted Cruz
    David Brooks 'Beware the rise of Ted Cruzism'
    According to a September 14, 2013 piece in the Daily Caller, David Brooks, the liberal Republican columnist for the New York Times, took to the airwaves on PBS’s “News Hour” and warned of the rise of “Ted Cruzism.&rdquo...
  • Boy who wore NRA t-shirt now faces year in jail
    14-year-old boy faces year in jail for wearing NRA T-shirt to school
    Jared Marcum, the eighth-grade boy arrested in April for wearing a pro-NRA t-shirt to his class at Logan Middle School in Logan, W.Va., now faces a year in jail, Gun Saves Lives reported Saturday, citing a report at WOWK.Marcum appeared before a...
  • Cincinnati police officer indicted for crimes
    Cincinnati police officer indicted on six criminal charges
    A grand jury indicted Cincinnati police Sgt. Jeff Brunswick today on two counts of obstruction and four counts of unauthorized use of property. He accessed a police database in February for personal use and is charged with helping two criminals...
  • Whiteagle sentenced to 10 years in Ho-Chunk bribery case
    Whiteagle sentenced to 10 years in Ho-Chunk bribery case
    According to an FBI press release of Oct. 24, 2012, John W. Vaudreuil, United States Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin, announced that Timothy Whiteagle, 61, Black River Falls, Wisconsin, was sentenced by Chief U.S. District Judge...
  • Rasmussen Reports
    Cynical Republicans: Government by obstruction
    There is a prominent reason why President Obama is leading the polls and is expected to get a considerable bounce. It has to do with Republican’s transparent strategy, initiated perhaps by Senator Mitch McConnell (who barely won re election...
  • President Barack Obama
    Now that the job numbers are in, what do they mean?
    The general public is keenly aware of the job numbers being reported so widely by the media. They receive conflicting input about what they mean though. On the one hand, the June jobs report has been characterized as disappointing by most media,...
  • 19 Occupy Atlanta protesters arrested in standogg with police in riot gear, on motorcycles
    19 Occupy Atlanta protesters arrested in standoff with police
    More than a dozen Occupy Atlanta protesters were arrested Saturday during a standoff with police officers on foot, motorcycles and mounted patrol.Atlanta police said some of the 19 people arrested refused to leave Woodruff Park after the 11 p.m....
  • Barry Bonds
    Barry Bonds found guilty of obstruction of justice
    Barry Bonds found guilty of obstruction of justiceSan Francisco, Calif. - Barry Bonds was found guilty Wednesdayof obstruction of justice by a jury in the baseball great’s perjury trial.Bonds, a seven-time MVP, was charged with three counts...
  • 18th Street Gang member sentenced
    18th Street Gang member sentenced
    (Greenbelt, Md.) U.S. District Judge Roger W. Titus sentenced Jose Edy Molina Marquez, age 33, of Gaithersburg, Maryland, today to 94 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release for conspiracy to obstruct a criminal...
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