1…………> AG Sessions California Speech
Attorney General Sessions Delivers Remarks at the 26th Annual Law Enforcement Legislative Day Hosted by the California Peace Officers’ Association
Sheriff Bill Brown of the California State Sheriffs’ Association
Chief Ed Medrano of the California Police Chiefs Association
Mark Brewster of the California Narcotic Officers Association
District Attorney Todd Riebe of the California District Attorneys Association, and
Commissioner Warren Stanley of the California Highway Patrol.
2………..> From Paralegal To Illegal: FBI
A paralegal specialist for the San Diego Division of the FBI named Lynn M. Morris, 51, pleaded guilty today to embezzling nearly $160,000 in government funds and converted the funds for her own personal use. The funds were held in an account owned by the FBI San Diego Division’s Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU). From 2014 to 2016, Morris was a paralegal specialist and the designated coordinator for the AFU. Morris admitted that to convert government funds to her own use, she used her knowledge and position within the FBI to withdraw cash from the AFU’s account and deposited portions of the stolen proceeds into her personal checking account.
3…………> In The Polar Wilderness: Navy ICEX 2018
ARCTIC CIRCLE (NNS) — Commander, Submarine Forces (COMSUBFOR) officially kicked-off Ice Exercise (ICEX) 2018 in the Arctic Ocean with the construction of temporary Ice Camp Skate and the arrival the Seawolf-class fast attack submarine USS Connecticut (SSN 22) from Bangor, Washington, the Los Angeles-class fast attack submarine USS Hartford (SSN 768) from Groton, Connecticut, and the Royal Navy Trafalgar-class submarine HMS Trenchant (S91), They will conduct multiple arctic transits, a North Pole surfacing, scientific data collection and other training evolutions during their time in the region.ICEX 2018 is a five-week biennial exercise that allows the Navy to assess its operational readiness in the Arctic, increasing experience in the region, advance understanding of the Arctic environment and continue to develop relationships with other services, allies and partner organizations.
“With every ICEX we are able to build upon our existing experience and continue to learn the best way to operate in this unique and harsh environment,” said Rear Adm. James Pitts, commander, Undersea Warfare Development Center (UWDC). “We are constantly testing new tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP) under the ice, and this exercise allows us to do so on a larger scale and alongside our U.K., joint and academic partners.”
4…………> Baja Del Sur: Violence Spiral
The state of Baja California Del Sur has fallen prey of a spiral of bloodshed during the past 12 months, sparked by a broader underworld upheaval involving two of the country’s most powerful crime groups, leading to a jump of the murder rate from 50 murders per year to 151, becoming one of Mexico’s most deadly on a per-capita basis.
Much of the violence has been associated with places like Juárez and Acapulco, where videos of a deadly gun battle that lasted half an hour in the state capital La Paz were uploaded to the internet, leading to the arrest of five members of a criminal group for possession of an arsenal of high-powered weapons and tactical gear.The killings have been accompanied by surges in other illicit activities associated with organized crime, such as extortion.
5…………> Falling In Love: Geek Squad & FBI
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the US Department of Justice in 2017 into the relationship between the FBI and Geek Squad, accusing it of flagging illegal material in computers they were repairing that was then used by the FBI in arrests and prosecutions — a violation of the Fourth Amendment right of Americans to avoid unlawful searches and seizures of their property.
The documents detailed an incident during which a Geek Squad employee called the FBI after finding what he believed to be child pornography on a laptop he was repairing. The FBI reviewed the content to see if it was indeed child porn, then seized the hard drive and retrieved a warrant to search the device from there.
6…………> Free To Roam: Denver Illegal
In continuation of the infamous treachery of Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf warning to murderous illegals aliens to skip town due to incoming ICE raids, now the Denver Sheriff Department refused to detain an undocumented immigrant named Ivan Zamarripa-Castaneda, 26, who was arrested on Sunday in connection with a fatal hit and run that caused crash between a semi-truck and a pickup truck on Interstate 70, killing the driver of the semi and igniting a fire that closed the roadway in both directions for several hours.
But Denver stopped honouring detention requests from ICE in 2014, and ignored ICE agents demands and refused to hand Zamarripa-Castaneda over to the Federales.
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