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As the hate crime trial of Mullet and 15 others nears its conclusion, new details of his discipline methods, including sex with followers' wives, are emerging. FBI Agent Michael Sirohnen testified Monday that he busted Mullet, 66, in the bedroom with ...
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The arrests are the latest development in an ongoing federal investigation into alleged corruption within Mack's administration, which has been marked by accusations of nepotism and reckless spending. In July, FBI agents searched offices in Trenton ...
Mayor of New Jersey's capital city arrested on corruption chargeReuters
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Chicago TribuneRetired Bolingbrook police officer Drew Peterson was found guilty Thursday of murdering his third wife, Kathleen Savio, the verdict eliciting a gasp from a packed Will County courthouse and ending a case that for years has received salacious tabloid ...
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Within days of being hired at the Foreign Ministry in July 2010, Mr. Sagaray was sent to Kenya. A short time later, he was promoted to the No. 2 post at the embassy in Nairobi. Then, after the head of the diplomatic mission left the country in May amid ...
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Venezuelans shocked by murder of diplomat sent to Kenya to run embassy and ...Victoria Times Colonist
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Colombian news outlets reported today that a motorcycle-riding assassin pumped two bullets into the head of Griselda Blanco inside a Medelli
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