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DarkSide Claims to Be Disbanding After Pipeline Hack

The Eastern European cyberterrorist group DarkSide, which claimed responsibility for a hack that shut down fuel supplies across the Southeast US, may have bitten off more than it can chew. Days after the group offered a semi-apologetic statement for holding hostage the Georgia-based Colonial Pipeline via ransomware, it announced that...

Minneapolis Might Pay $35M in Settlements for Police Officers

The city of Minneapolis may have to pay out nearly $35 million in settlements for police officers and firefighters who left their departments following the riots that broke out after the death of George Floyd. Attorney Ron Meuser represents around 200 officers and firefighters who left their jobs during last...

Another Corrupt Union Boss is Headed to Prison

(Associated Press) A welder who rose from the factory floor to become president of a venerable U.S. labor union was sentenced Tuesday to 21 months in prison for luxurious winter stays in the California sun covered by dues paid by his blue-collar members. Dennis Williams, who led the United Auto Workers...

Palm Beach Co. Prosecutors CLEARED Over Lenient Treatment of Jeffrey Epstein

(Associated Press) Florida detectives have cleared Palm Beach County prosecutors and sheriff's officials of criminal wrongdoing in connection with their handling of wealthy and prominent sex offender Jeffrey Epstein more than a decade ago, reports released Monday show. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement said in its reports that it found...

Pipeline Hit by Cyberattack Could Be Back by Week’s End

(Associated Press) The operator of a major U.S. pipeline hit by a cyberattack said Monday it hopes to have service mostly restored by the end of the week. Colonial Pipeline offered the update after revealing that it had halted operations because of a ransomware attack the FBI has linked to a...

Lowest Number of Deportations Ever Recorded in April

The number of deportations by the nation's Immigration and Customs Enforcement in April fell to the lowest number ever recorded, according to data obtained by the Washington Post. The Post noted the agency deported 2,962 immigrants in April. The low April deportations represent a 20 percent decline from the previous month, when 3,716...

Heavily Armed BLM Terrorists Hospitalize Disabled Portland Veteran for Being White

Black Lives Matter terrorists on Thursday surrounded the car of a disabled military veteran, pointed rifles at him, dragged him out of his vehicle, and mercilessly beat him, sending him to the hospital with serious injuries. The Marxist terrorists attacked Joe Hall, a 53-year-old repairman, because of his white skin...

Prosecutors Drop Charges Against Portland Rioters in Droves

(Headline USA) Despite more than a year of riots and millions of dollars in property damage in Portland, court filings show that the majority of rioters arrested will not face charges In some cases, the arrested rioters even confessed to their crimes, but still won't face prosecution. "It’s offensive to all...

CBP: Tens of Thousands of Illegal Border Crossers Evade Border Patrol

(Bethany Blankley, The Center Square) More than 42,000 people crossing the U.S.-Mexico border evaded authorities in April, preliminary Customs and Border Protection (CPB) statistics show. More than 177,000 people illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border were apprehended by Border Patrol in the month, on top of the 42,620 who evaded apprehension, according...

Biden DOJ Piles on New Civil Rights Charges for Chauvin, 3 Other Ex-Officers

(Headline USA) A federal grand jury has indicted the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd’s arrest and death, accusing them of willfully violating his constitutional rights as he was restrained face-down on the pavement and gasping for air. A three-count indictment unsealed Friday names Derek Chauvin, Thomas...

Politicized FBI Hunts for Pelosi’s Laptop; Did They Nab the Wrong Person?

“We’re looking for Nancy Pelosi’s laptop,” FBI agents told innkeeper Marilyn Hueper after briefly handcuffing her. Hueper shot back: “That still doesn’t explain why you’re in my home. Or in Homer, Alaska.” The search for the House speaker’s laptop had taken a U.S. Capitol Police officer thousands of miles away from...

Firing of Atlanta Officer Who Shot Rayshard Brooks is Reversed

(Headline USA) The firing of the former Atlanta police officer who's charged with murder in the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks has been reversed. Garrett Rolfe was fired in June, a day after he shot Brooks in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant. The Atlanta Civil Service Board on...

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