Tuesday May 23, 2017

Archive for the ‘Law’ Category

Huma Abedin finally files for divorce from Anthony Weiner

Huma Abedin has finally filed for divorce against Anthony Weiner, just as her estranged husband pleaded guilty to sexting with a minor.  More…

Weiner sobs, telling judge he’s sick as he faces years in prison for sexting

Disgraced ex-congressman and serial sexter Anthony Weiner sobbed Friday morning as he admitted to exchanging X-rated messages with a 15-year-old girl. “I have a sickness but I do not have an excuse,” Weiner told Manhattan federal Judge Loretta Preska.  More…

Shocking video of Times Square carnage shows pedestrians running for their lives

Horrifying video has emerged Friday showing the Times Square’s madman’s path of carnage as he barreled over pedestrians in his Honda Accord. The video begins showing Richard Rojas’ maroon Honda making its way south on the left lane at Seventh Avenue and 42nd Street before making a sharp U-turn and jumping onto the sidewalk.  More…

David Hasselhoff’s daughter Hayley arrested for DUI

David Hasselhoff’s struggles with alcohol have been well documented – including by his oldest daughter – but now his youngest has found herself being questioned over her own alleged drinking. Hayley Hasselhoff was arrested in the early hours of Saturday morning after allegedly being found passed out at the wheel.  More…

Comey’s firing is a gift to the FBI

Let’s cut right to the chase: James Comey should have been fired. On his watch, the FBI continued its politically correct, see-no-evil attitude toward radical Islam and thus failed to prevent the atrocity in San Bernardino; it also investigated the Orlando nightclub shooter for 10 months before closing its case, allowing him to kill or wound 102 people.  More…

President Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

President Trump abruptly fired embattled FBI Director James Comey late Tuesday afternoon. “The FBI is one of our nation’s most cherished and respected institutions and today will mark a new beginning for our crown jewel of law enforcement,” Trump said in a statement.  More…

75-Year-Old Vet Acquitted for Illegally Hanging Napkin-Sized Flags at West LA Veterans Affairs Office

A 75-year-old military veteran was acquitted Tuesday of illegally hanging an American flag on the fence of a Veterans Affairs facility in West Los Angeles without permission. The federal misdemeanor count against Robert Rosebrock stems from a VA statute that prohibits the posting of materials or "placards” on a VA property except when authorized by the head of the facility.  More…

FBI translator married ISIS terrorist she was supposed to investigate

An FBI translator who was assigned to investigate a bloodthirsty ISIS terrorist wound up falling head-over-heels in love with the man — and married him instead, a report says. Daniela Greene, 38, was apparently so lovestruck by the German-born jihadist that she left her husband in the US to be with him in war-torn Syria.  More…

Man pleads guilty to murder of pregnant Food Network star

A North Carolina man pleaded guilty Thursday to the murder of pregnant Food Network star Cristie Schoen Codd and her husband Joseph Codd. Robert Jason Owens admitted to killing and dismembering the pregnant chef and her husband on March 12, 2015.  More…

Patriots now might owe Aaron Hernandez millions

Now that Aaron Hernandez may have his conviction posthumously vacated — under an obscure Massachusetts legal doctrine — the Patriots could owe him money, a lawyer said Thursday. The Pats may actually be contractually obligated to pay Hernandez’s estate a $3.5 million bonus that was stopped hours after his murder arrest in 2013.  More…

Aaron Hernandez Kills Himself In Prison

Former New England Patriot and convicted killer Aaron Hernandez killed himself in prison overnight, authorities said Wednesday morning. Just last week Hernandez was acquitted of murder charges in the shooting deaths of two men in the South End in July 2012.  More…

Hero guard fatally shoots armed bank robber

An Illinois security guard is being hailed as a hero when he shot dead a masked bank robber who opened fire on him, officials said. In surveillance video, Brian Harrison — a retired sheriff’s deputy — instantly pulls out his holstered pistol and shoots Laurence Turner, 34, inside the Alpine Bank in Rockford.  More…

Lawsuit: I paid $4,500 for a ‘worthless’ Eli Manning helmet

Diehard Giants fan Michael Jakab started to smell a rat shortly after paying $4,300 for a Giants helmet signed by quarterback Eli Manning and inscribed “Game Used 2007-08 Superbowl Season.” Jakab’s research concluded the helmet “had never been used in a game by Manning” and “was actually worthless to collectors,” his suit says.  More…

Pot is ruining Denver’s restaurant industry

The population of Denver has been steadily growing over the past few years, but not enough of its new inhabitants want to work in the restaurant industry. The reason? The higher-paying jobs are in weed. “Enter the weed business, which pays $22 an hour with full benefits.”  More…

Cop gets demoted for lying to Uber driver

A North Carolina police officer has been demoted after he was caught on camera telling an Uber driver he could not record a traffic stop. Local news outlets report police records show that Wilmington police Sgt. Kenneth Becker was demoted to corporal Wednesday. The demotion costs Becker $1.38 an hour.  More…