Almost as soon as the third trial in the death of Freddie Gray was under way, Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams ruled that prosecutors had withheld evidence which would help the defense. After the first two cases ended in a mistrial and an acquittal respectively, Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby appears to have pulled out all stops — including legal ethics — in an effort to get get what has eluded her so far: a conviction in this case.
Now, police can not only seize your cash, but with new technology they can suck money right off your debit card.
Hillary Clinton has denied from the beginning of her e-mail scandal that she ever "sent or received any e-mail that was deemed classified, that was marked classified” over her private, unsecured server. She has continued to repeat that mantra even as — time and time again — it has been shown to be a lie. Now, federal records show that not only did she both send and receive classified information, some of that information included the names of U.S. intelligence officials that were supposed to be kept secret. Top secret.
The trial of the third of six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray begins this week, and State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby is asking for a conviction of “depraved heart” murder.
Not only was the so-called documentary Under the Gun, hosted by Katie Couric, deceptive, but in the making of it, at least three federal gun laws were broken.
Sixty-nine people were shot in Chicago over Memorial Day Weekend, with six of them dying from their wounds.
If the other three pending investigations show the same disregard for protocol by the former Secretary of State as the State Department’s Office of Inspector General, her campaign for president could end in disaster.
Anonymous “U.S. officials” said that the FBI has, once again, been investigating Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe for possibly violating campaign finance rules.
Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams found Officer Edward Nero not guilty on all charges related to the death of Freddie Gray. The verdict was read to a crowded courtroom and overflow room Monday. Nero was charged by prosecutors last year in the death of Freddie Gray, who died while in police custody. The charges against Nero were second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, and misconduct in office.
On Thursday, police in Washington, D.C. charged a female security guard with assault for removing a man from the women's restroom at a Giant supermarket. The man — who “identifies” as a “transgender woman” — called the police after he was removed from the restroom and the store by the security guard, 45-year-old Francine Jones. Jones was charged with simple assault. The police report notes that the “assault” is a suspected “hate crime.”
The House Oversight Committee, chaired by Jason Chaffetz, introduced a resolution to censure IRS Commissioner John Koskinen for misconduct while IRS head.