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Recent D.C. Arrests Demonstrate Futility of Gun Bans

Washington, D.C. has historically been one of America’s most difficult places for law-abiding citizens to obtain and own a firearm, especially a handgun. D.C. had a complete ban on handguns since 1976 until a 2008 Supreme Court decision, District of Columbia v. Heller, that struck down what was ruled an unconstitutional ban. Jul 6, 2013 4:22 PM PT

Journalist Smears Colorado Sec of State for Investigating Foreigners Voting

Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler was responsible for exposing 155 foreigners who possibly voted in U.S. elections, constituting a crime. However, a reporter from a local TV station, Eli Stokols, sourced a left-of-center political analyst for the story rather than simply reporting on the 155 felonies supposedly committed. Jul 2, 2013 4:35 PM PT

African Diplomat Used Slave on U.S. Soil for Years

The African nation of Tanzania was finally held accountable for allowing a diplomat who enslaved an African woman on U.S. soil to return home. The diplomat had reportedly been operating at high levels of government. Alan Mzengi was found to be liable for a $1 million civil judgement for forcing a young woman to live and work against her will as a domestic servant on U.S. soil. The judgement came in 2008 after the woman escaped from four years of slavery. Jun 27, 2013 6:31 PM PT

U.S. Gang Members Arrested in Texas in Connection with Mexican Cartels

The U.S. Attorneys’ Office partially unsealed a number of indictments after 25 individuals were arrested by authorities in Laredo, Texas on June 20, 2013. The individuals arrested belonged to a formerly U.S.-led prison gang; the charges against them stem from the alleged trafficking of drugs and laundering of money for their leaders in Mexico. Jun 22, 2013 10:38 AM PT

Thirty Days: Mexican Narco-Rings on US Soil in Alabama, Idaho, Oregon

Three US states have seen separate large, Mexican-led narcotics rings either busted, indicted, or sentenced in the last thirty days. The three states--Idaho, Oregon, and Alabama--each had large methamphetamine operations being led by Mexican nationals in their rural counties. One of the cases involved US citizens operating under the leadership of the Mexican nationals. Jun 4, 2013 3:45 PM PT

FBI Helps Brings Justice for Multiple Child Sex Slaves Across US

Two child sex slavery investigations from across the US led to justice served in the past few days, due in large part to the work of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Each case involved one or more children who were being enslaved on US soil for the purposes of forced child rape for profit. Jun 2, 2013 4:11 PM PT

Four Mexican Nationals Sentenced as Part of Large Narco Operation in Idaho

Four Mexican nationals were sentenced for involvement in a large methamphetamine trafficking organization in eastern Idaho on May 30, 2013. The Mexican national receiving the longest sentence, Samuel Nevarez-Ayon, age 26, was sentenced to 292 months in US prison, according to the US Attorney's office. Jun 1, 2013 1:15 PM PT

FBI Mourns Loss of Two Special Agents Killed in Training

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is mourning the loss of two special agents who were killed on May 17, 2013 during a training exercise off the coast of Virginia Beach, VA. Special Agent Christopher Lorek and Special Agent Stephen Shaw were both members of the FBI’s elite Hostage Rescue Team, which is part of the FBI Critical Incident Response Group (CIRG) based at Quantico, VA. May 27, 2013 1:10 PM PT

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