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  1. Former teacher faces sentencing today in child porn caseRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Daytona Beach News-Journal Online

    A former Warner Christian Academy teacher and summer camp director described as a "skilled sexual predator" will learn today how much time he will spend in federal prison and it could be as little as 15 years or as much as 250 years. Matthew Graziotti, 43, of Edgewater, will be sentenced today at 2:15 p.m. by U.S. District Judge Roy B. Dalton Jr. during a hearing in federal court in Orlando.


  2. Weatherford man pleads guilty to embezzling $930,000 from Missouri companyRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Business Journal

    A Weatherford man pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to embezzling more than $930,000 from a St. Joseph heavy contractor. Reif began working at the company's regional office in Irving in 2005.


  3. Volusia County teacher to be sentenced for child pornRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Click Orlando



  4. Selenski's ex-girlfriend Christina Strom testifiesRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Times Leader

    Luzerne County prosecutors this morning called Christina Strom to testify against her ex-boyfriend Hugo Selenski. It is likely Strom will be on the witness stand for most of Monday as prosecutors allege her purchase of nearly seven acres of land in Kingston Township in 2002 was the motive to the killings of Michael Jason Kerkowski and Tammy Lynn Fassett.


  5. Shouldn't true fiscal conservatives question a federal program with 600% recent spending growth?Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | Sentencing Law and Policy

    The question in the title of this post is part of my reaction to this new fact sheet released by the Pew Public Safety Performance Project. The Pew document is titled "Growth in Federal Prison System Exceeds States': Federal imprisonment rate, taxpayer costs soar as states curtail expansion, protect public safety," and here is how it starts : Between 1980 and 2013, the federal imprisonment rate increased 518 percent, from 11 inmates for every 100,000 U.S. residents to 68. During the same period, annual spending on the federal prison system rose 595 percent, from $970 million to more than $6.7 billion in inflation-adjusted dollars.


  6. Terror Swap Official: Freed terrorist floated as part of tradeRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Fox News

    An admitted Al Qaeda agent released earlier this month from a U.S. federal prison was offered up as part of a potential prisoner swap last year in exchange for two Americans held in Qatar, a former U.S. diplomat said Monday. Richard Grenell, who had worked on the case of the jailed Americans, confirmed to Fox News that the offer was put on the table.


  7. Matthew Graziotti faces possible 250-year sentence today for child porn, abuseRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel

    Former Volusia County private school teacher and admitted child pornographer Matthew Graziotti will face the possibility of a 250-year federal prison sentence during a hearing this afternoon in downtown Orlando. Graziotti, who was a fifth-grade teacher at Warner Christian Academy in South Daytona at the time of his arrest, pleaded guilty to child-porn possession, production and distribution charges in October.


  8. Looking back, and ahead, as Hugo Selenski trial enters second weekRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Times Leader

    As Hugo Selenski's capital murder trial enters its second week, a single witness could dominate today's proceedings, but no one has publicly said who that might be. A gag order prevents attorneys on either side from disclosing specifics, but Luzerne County Judge Fred A. Pierantoni III advised the court on Friday that the next witness is likely to testify for a full day.


  9. 5 things to know, and a rehash of Jeb Bush's bad business dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | Business Journal

    Good morning South Florida. It looks like our favorite potential GOP pick for the next presidential race has been taking a beating in the press for a bad business deal.


  10. How A Trans-Atlantic Investment Scam Ensnared Credit Union President Joyce JudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ArkansasBusiness.com

    Chuck Walker was succinct if euphemistic in describing the series of cringe-inducing decisions that sent Joyce Judy, the former president of Arkansas Employees Federal Credit Union, to federal prison.


  11. ConstanceDEVILS Dancing on the GravesRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    It's hard to resist being gleeful at seeing Wall Street swindler Bernard Madoff get the maximum sentence - 150 years in prison - for bilking investors out of anywhere between $65 billion and $171 billion. Because many of the people whom Madoff ripped off were more renowned than, say, the millions who lost their homes in the subprime mortgage debacle, he has gotten far more attention than he deserves.


  12. in Bold Move, President Speaks on Zimmerman VerdictRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    The man who delivered the Pentagon Papers to The New York Times , The Washington Post , and 17 other American newspapers in 1971 says that Edward Snowden made the right call by leaving the country and seeking asylum. Writing this week in The Washington Post , Ellsberg said when he was arrested in Boston, he was released on a personal recognizance bond the same day.


  13. Dozens of mail box break in Elk Grove neighborhoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KCRA-TV Sacramento



  14. Mail thieves target Elk GroveRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KCRA-TV Sacramento

    "When I came out the other day, this box, this box and this box were all open," said Kyle Brown, of Elk Grove. Brown told KCRA 3 on Sunday he knew instantly that someone had broken into his cluster mailbox this weekend, which is an outdoor mail drop he shares with seven other families.


  15. Former Newport News investment broker Jeffrey Martinovich asserts he got unfair trial, sentencingRead the original story

    Yesterday | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    A Newport News investment broker convicted of 17 federal counts of financial fraud wants his convictions overturned, contending the verdict ran contrary to the evidence and that the trial judge improperly interjected himself into the case. Jeffrey A. Martinovich, 48, the former head of MICG Investment Management LLC, was convicted in May 2013 and is now serving an 11-year and nine-month federal prison term in Fort Dix, N.J. He's scheduled for release in January 2024.


  16. Campaign 2012A Mind of HS OwnRead the original story

    Aug 12, 2011 | American Reporter

    As a solid citizen, Mr. President, I have written your announcements to the nation - which should have been delivered yesterday - but tomorrow will be just fine: 1. S&P -- Any member of my Administration who criticizes Standard & Poor's or their credit downgrade, or who cries about how the analysts can't add, will be fired. Take it like a man.


  17. Gia Giudice's new music video 'Just 13,' about growing up GiudiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Jersey Journal

    Since the very beginning, "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice has been using the spotlight to promote her daughter Gia's entertainment career. Only now, with Teresa i n federal prison for financial fraud , it seems like it's finally paying off.


  18. Reform campaign law for governor's race or drop itRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Day

    Connecticut's 2005 law, which established state-financed campaigns to keep the corruptive influence of money out of politics, is at this point a failure, at least in terms of gubernatorial elections. When it comes to electing a governor, the state has the worst of both worlds - candidates can qualify for state funding and still manipulate the system to accept special-interest money.


  19. Patriots games: Cheaters do prosper in sports, business and politicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Chicago Tribune

    We may never know if Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots cheated on the way to the Super Bowl. Denials meant to take the air out of deflated football accusations notwithstanding, all that's certain is they're headed to the title game.


  20. American woman to pay four years for attempting to join DaeshRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Al Bawaba

    Shannon Maureen Conley was arrested in the Denver airport. Her arrest foiled her plans to board a plane to Turkey, where she would join Daesh.