Today, senior law enforcement officials from the United States, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras announced criminal charges in Central America against more than 700 members of transnational criminal organizations, primarily MS-13 and 18th Street gangs, which resulted from a one-week coordinated law enforcement action under Operation Regional Shield (ORS).
Committee Report Finds Internal Disputes, Poor Coordination at FBI and Failure to Acknowledge Violent Islamist Extremism at DOD WASHINGTON – The Fort Hood massacre, which left 13 dead and 32 wounded, could have been prevented, Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Joe Lieberman, ID-Conn., and Ranking Member Susan Collins, R-Me., said Thursday, as they unveiled their report on the November 5, 2009, terrorist attack. Evidence of accused killer Nidal Hasan’s […]
The AP reported back in May that Violent crime had dropped for three years running. The FBI report claimed that Violent crime was down 5.5% and Murder was down Nearly 8 percent over previous year levels. Even so the Left wants to use the Arizona shooting as an opportunity to push gun control laws that don’t work. Mayor Bloomberg of New York wanted the President to add gun control issues […]
Federal agents in a sting operation arrested a Somali-born teenager just as he tried blowing up a van he believed was loaded with explosives at a crowded Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Portland, authorities said. The bomb was an elaborate fake supplied by the agents and the public was never in danger, authorities said. Mohamed Osman Mohamud, 19, was arrested at 5:40 p.m. Friday just after he dialed a cell […]
Just being sarcastic? A little hint, if you are confronted by air marshals don’t say you are lighting your shoes on fire. Seems a Qatar Diplomat thinks it is O.K. to be sarcastic because his has full diplomatic immunity. The man was identified as Mohammed al Modadi. Diplomatic Immunity should not cover, even sarcasm since he was probably trying to cop a smoke, anyone who makes a statement that could […]