USG stooges have captured 19 year old Matthew Dmitri Richardson after he allegedly tried to light a rag into the fill tube of a car's gas tank while declaring his intention to blow himself and the vehicle up (archived). Continue reading
US stock prices took a hit today with the three major indexes all falling more than three percent (archived). The Dow Jones Industrial Average had shown some small gains for the year until markets opened today. The day's 3.56 percent drop takes its performance down to -2.2 percent for 2020. Mainstream reports are crediting coronavirus panic for the loss, but US stock prices have been climbing rapidly the past few months as the Federal Reserve undertook a quiet campaign of "Quantitive Easing", buying questionable debts and printing new dollars.
Four Democratic Virginia State Senators voted in conjunction with Republicans to turn down a bill that would have banned the sale of assault weapons and mandated the surrender or destruction of magazines which hold more than 12 rounds. The bill was proposed by Democratic Virginia Governor Ralph Northam (archived). Continue reading
After new Philadelphia Police Commisioner Danielle Outlaw was repeatedly reminded her black nail polish was outside of department grooming standards while doing the rounds to meet her new charges, one of Commisioner Outlaw's first acts was liberalizing the department's appearance standards to accomodate herself (archived). Continue reading
Larry Dean Harmon of Ohio has been charged with three counts operating a Bitcoin mixer service that partnered with the late "Darknet Market" Alphabay. Alphabay's alleged operator Alexandre Cazes was found dead, hung in a Thai Jail cell back in 2017. The USG is begging for forfeiture of two pieces of Ohio real estate and a third property in Colorado upon conviction for the first two counts of "Conspiracy To Launder Monetary Instruments" and "Operating an Unlicensed Money Transmitting Business". The indictment is reproduced in full below: Continue reading
The USG has charged four alleged officers of the "People's Liberation Army" claimed to be working out of the "54th Research Institute" in Beijing for purportedly carrying out the 2017 breach of Equifax. The indictment filed in the Northern District of Georia is reproduced in full below: Continue reading