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Investigators Still Puzzled Over Shooting that Killed Border Patrol Agent

Steve Neavling

 As investigators continue to investigate the fatal shooting of a Border Patrol agent in the border town of Naco, Ariz., another agent who was shot during the incident was released from the hospital Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reports.

The wounded agent, who still has not been named, was shot in the buttocks and leg.

Some details have emerged: Nicholas Ivie, 30, who was fatally shot, was responding with two other agents to an unusual sensor reading designed to alert officials of border activity, the LA Times reported.

But a lot remains unclear: Who shot the agents? Did the agents return fire?

Investigators combed the area Wednesday in search of clues.

FBI Offers Reward in Search of Massachusetts Man Accused of Training to Kill U.S. Soldiers

Steve Neavling

The FBI is offering a $50,000 reward to help locate a Massachusetts man who was training how to kill Americans soldiers while visiting Pakistan and Yemen, the bureau announced Wednesday.

The FBI believes Ahmad Abousamra may be living in Syria with his wife, at least a daughter and extended family.

Abousamra allegedly conspired with Tarek Mehanna, who was convicted of terrorism charges in December 2011 and sentenced to nearly 18 years in prison in April.

It’s believed that Abousamra last lived in an affluent Boston suburb and has family members in the Detroit area.

FBI: Houston Business Busted for Exporting High-Tech Equipment to Russian Military

Steve Neavling

 The FBI is investigating a Houston business accused of illegally exporting high-tech equipment to Russian military and intelligence agencies, the Associated Press reports.

Agents executed a search warrant Wednesday at Arc Electronics Inc. in what they said was a secret military procurement network.

The AP said agents were searching for microelectronics, which can be used in missile guidance systems, surveillance systems and detonation triggers.

The search follows an indictment that identifies 11 members of the alleged network.

Ex-FBI Agent Accused of Disrupting A Probe into Military Fraud Not Jailed

Steve Neavling

 A former New York FBI Agent accused of an “extensive scheme” to derail a criminal investigation into potential military fraud will remain free from jail – for now, reports the Salt Lake Tribune.

U.S. District Court Judge Ted Stewart dismissed prosecutors claims that Robert G. Lustyik Jr., 50, would continue to disregard the law.

Lustyik was arrested Saturday at his home in Sleepy Hollow on four counts of conspiracy. wire fraud, obstruction of justice and obstruction of an agency proceeding.

Lustyik, a 20-year veteran of the FBI’s counter-intelligence squad in New York, is accused of attempting to derail an investigation into a business partner, Michael Taylor, in exchange for cash and other favors, the Tribune reported.


Civil Service Ruling Prompts Trenton to Lay Off FBI Informant

Ex-FBI Head in Denver Criticizes Report on Colorado Terror Center

Argentina Removes Border Patrol, Coast Guard Officials Amid Protests of Wage Cuts

Patients Complain of Oxycodone Shortage in Florida Following DEA Crackdowns

Long-Elusive Bucket List Bandit Indicted in Pennsylvania

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FBI, Local Police Probe Fatal Shooting of Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie

Steve Neavling

Investigators in helicopters and on ATVs and horseback scoured the desert near the U.S.-Mexico line Tuesday to piece together what happened when a Border Patrol agent was fatally shot and his partner wounded in Arizona, the Associated Press reports.

Authorities identified the slain agent as Nicholas Ivie, 30, who lived in Sierra Vista with his wife and two young daughters.

The shooting happened shortly before 2 a.m. Tuesday in the rugged area of Naco, about 100 miles from Tucson.

It’s still unclear what happened, but authority the FBI and local police believe more than one gunman was involved, the AP reported.

The last time an agent was fatally shot was in 2010, when a shooting broke out with Mexican bandits.

Justice Department Buys Never-Used State Prison in Illinois for $165 Million

Steve Neavling

The Justice Department plans to use a never-opened state prison in Illinois and turn it into a federal facility, the Chicago Tribune reports.

Under President Obama’s direction and over the objections of an influential Republican congressman, the Justice Department purchased the prison for $165 million.

The sale is a relief to the cash-strapped sate of Illinois, which never opened the Thomson Correctional Center, the Tribune reported.

Virginia Republican Rep. Frank R. Wolf had tried to block the purchase, saying he fears the Obama administration will break its pledge to not transfer detainees from Guantanamo Bay to the new facility.


Surprise Surprise: Search Comes Up Empty, Hoffa Still Missing

Steve Neavling

 Surprise, surprise.

The latest search for Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa has turned up no evidence that he’s buried underneath a driveway in suburban Detroit, the Detroit Free Press reports.

Acting on a tip, Roseville Police tested soil samples taken from the Roseville property and found no evidence of human remains, the Free Press reported.

“Our department just received the soil sample report from Michigan State University, after a battery of tests, the samples submitted for examination showed no signs of human decomposition,” police said in a statement.

The search for Hoffa has taken investigators on wild trips nationwide, but no evidence has ever surfaced.