Archive for May 3rd, 2011

Pittsburgh Steelers Issue Statement On Controversial ‘Tweets’ Of Running Back Rashard Mendenhall After Successful U.S. Action Against Osama Bin Laden

Pittsburgh Steelers Issue Statement On Controversial 'Tweets' Of Running Back Rashard Mendenhall After Successful U.S. Action Against Osama Bin Laden

Pittsburgh Steelers’ President Art Rooney II, the son of U.S. Ambassador to Ireland Dan Rooney, has issued a statement in response to controversial Tweets attributed to Steelers’ running back Rashard Mendenhall after the United States killed Osama bin Laden two days ago. The Tweets have sparked a web firestorm and enraged one of America’s hardest-working […]

BULLETIN: 3 New Defendants In ‘Red Sea Management’ Case Have Been Arrested; New Charges Filed Against Original Defendants In Alleged Stock-Manipulation Scheme Over Which Purported One-Time ‘Consulate’ To Nonexistent Nation Of ‘New Utopia’ Allegedly Presided

BULLETIN: 3 New Defendants In 'Red Sea Management' Case Have Been Arrested; New Charges Filed Against Original Defendants In Alleged Stock-Manipulation Scheme Over Which Purported One-Time 'Consulate' To Nonexistent Nation Of 'New Utopia' Allegedly Presided

BULLETIN: Federal agents have arrested three new defendants in the alleged Red Sea Management stock-manipulation scheme. The arrests occurred in three U.S. states last week, and one of the new defendants already was in custody for a separate scam, federal prosecutors said. Arrested were Timothy Barham Jr., 43, of Henderson, Tenn.; Nathan Montgomery, 30, of […]

Fugitive With Links To The Late Pablo Escobar And Medellin Cartel Arrested 17 Years After Indictment; Sigifredo Maya Pleads Guilty In Florida

Fugitive With Links To The Late Pablo Escobar And Medellin Cartel Arrested 17 Years After Indictment; Sigifredo Maya Pleads Guilty In Florida

The long arm of U.S. law — and the long memory of U.S. law enforcement — has resulted in the guilty plea in Southern Florida of a Colombian fugitive linked to the defunct Medellin cocaine cartel and the late Pablo Escobar. In 1989, federal prosecutors said, Sigifredo Maya directed a money courier to deliver $3 […]