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Ex-Fed Prosecutor a Favorite to Succeed Pat Fitzgerald

By Annie Sweeney and Christi Parsons
Chicago Tribune reporters

CHICAGO — A former federal prosecutor who helped convict former Gov. George Ryan appears to be the favorite to succeed Patrick Fitzgerald as the next U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, sources in Washington and Chicago told the Tribune.

The sources said Zachary Fardon, 46, is the leading candidate to be nominated to the federal law enforcement post in Chicago.

The White House declined to comment Sunday, saying that the internal selection process was still in motion.

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DEA Tight-Lipped about Investigation into Prostitution Scandal in Colombia

Steve Neavling 

The DEA is refusing to answer questions about three of its agents who are still on the federal payroll despite their alleged involvement in a prostitution scandal in Colombia, the Washington Examiner reports.

The accusations are serious. DEA agents are accused of paying for a prostitute for a Secret Service supervisor and obstructing the investigation by lying and destroying evidence, the Examiner wrote.

“And they are still on the job a year later,” state Rep. Frank Wolf, R-VA said. “That’s just not a good thing.”

The scandal broke in April 2012 when a dozens Secret Service agents were in Cartagena, Columbia, to prepare for a trip by President Obama.

Opinion: FBI’s ‘Deke’ DeLoach

Dan K. Thomasson 
The Reporter

The last time I saw Cartha D. DeLoach was all the way back in the early 1970s, when the nation’s attention was focused on the Watergate scandal. While he wasn’t one of the figures in the constitutional crisis boiling around the Nixon administration, he certainly had been a key in a series of events that historically set that stage.

“Deke,” as he was known, died last week at age 92. When I’d seen him four decades ago, he had left his high perch in law enforcement as J. Edgar Hoover’s third in command of the FBI and was then a private citizen in corporate America. We met in his office at PepisCo, the giant beverage conglomerate, where he was assistant to the president, to discuss a sensitive subject: the politicization of the FBI and its use, or misuse, by presidents.

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Colorado Officials Pledge to Repeal Controversial Immigration Reporting Law

Steve Neavling 

Colorado moved closer Monday to repealing a controversial law that requires local police to determine the status of immigrants and report undocumented people to federal authorities, the Denver Post reports.

A state House committee voted 9-2 to repeal the six-year-old law, SB 90, that state officials said has cost taxpayers $13 million a year and eroded public trust, the Post wrote.

“SB 90 needs to go away,” testified Greenwood Village Police Chief John Jackson, who was representing the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police. “It is outdated and ineffective.”

Some groups said the law also discourages immigrants from reporting crimes.

“Because they are brown, they feel like they can’t report crimes,” John “Eddie” Soto with the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition told the committee.

Man Poses As FBI Agent Because He Was in Hurry to Pay Phone Bill

Steve Neavling

Police are searching for a security guard who said he posed as an FBI agent and sped through San Francisco in a car with flashing lights and a blaring siren because he was rushing to pay his phone bill, the San Francisco Examiner reports.

On Monday, a bench warrant was issued for the arrest of 47-year-old Angel Wilfredo Castro after he failed to appear in court, the Examiner wrote.

Police became suspicious when they saw the car speeding and running a red light.

The Examiner reported that Castro was wearing a blue shirt with an FBI emblem, a blue baseball hat, black boots and a gun with a holster.


FBI Says It Has Identified Thieves in Famous Gardner Museum Art Heist in 1990

By Allan Lengel

The FBI announced Monday that it has identified the people involved in the theft of $500 million worth of masterworks from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston in 1990.

“Today, we are pleased to announce that the FBI has made significant investigative progress in the search for the stolen art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum,” Richard DesLauriers, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Boston office, said in a statement. “We’ve determined in the years after the theft that the art was transported to the Connecticut and Philadelphia regions. But we haven’t identified where the art is right now, and that’s why we are asking the public for help.”

“With these considerable developments in the investigation over the last couple of years,” said Special Agent Geoff Kelly, who heads the FBI investigation, “it’s likely over time someone has seen the art hanging on a wall, placed above a mantel, or stored in an attic. We want that person to call the FBI.”

The FBI did not disclose the names.

On March 18, 1990, two men, dressed as police officers, entered the museum and overpowered overpowered security guards, tied them up, and went on to 13 objects valued at approximately $500 million. In addition to Degas sketches and Rembrandt works, they took a Vermeer painting that was one of only 36 in existence, the FBI said.

Read the FBI press release.




At Least 10 Lawsuits Claim Abuse, Discrimination at Hands of Border Patrol

Steve Neavling 

The family of a 4-year-old who was detained and deported to Guatemala for months despite being a U.S. citizens is among 10 to file suit against CBP, AlterNet reports.

The lawsuits range from unlawful treatment to discrimination.

Another lawsuit was filed by a 53-year-old woman who says she suffered a stroke after being forced to sit in her urine-soaked jeans without food or water.

In another case, four immigrants said they were detained and held in freezing holding cells that left their lips and fingertips blue, AlterNet reported.