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‘Plain Jane Bandit’ Suspect Caught in California After 8 Burglary Attempts

Steve Neavling

 She was brazen and elusive.

But now the woman that authorities call the “Plain Jane Bandit” is behind bars for allegedly robbing six banks and trying to rob two others, the New York Daily News reports.

Spotted by people who saw her on surveillance tapes, Sylvia Helen Garcia, 38, was arrested near her apartment in Downey, Calif., by FBI officials.

During a three-week period, the suspect is accused of targeting eight banks in Riverside, Los Angeles and Orange counties.

The robberies were similar. The suspect demanded money without a weapon and told tellers that a conspirator was waiting outside, according to the Daily News.



Notorious Mobster ‘Whitey’ Bulger to Testify in Own Murder Trial

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Steve Neavling

 James “Whitey” Bulger,  the notorious Boston mobster, plans to take the witness stand in his trial in March and explain that he received immunity while helping the FBI, his attorney said Monday, the Boston Globe reports.

Prosecutors say the Justice Department offered no deal to clear Bulger of charges that he participated in 19 murders when he was a top FBI informant against the mob.

Bulger, former leader of the Winter Hill Gang, eluded capture in 1994 and wasn’t caught until last year at the age of 82.

His testimony before a jury is expected to reveal the inner workings of the FBI and life as a mobster.

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FBI Director Mueller to Visit Colorado and Talk to Agents Investigating Shooting Case

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By Allan Lengel

The big guy, FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III is set to come to Colorado Tuesday, the Denver Post reported.

The paper reports that his mission, at least in part, will be to talk to agents working on the mass shooting at the Batman movie in Aurora and thank them for their work.



Former US Attorney Probes University Response to Shooter

Steve Neavling

Robert Miller, former U.S. Attorney for Colorado, has begun conducting an internal review of the University of Colorado’s actions and procedures related to the deadly Aurora Theater shootings, according to the Denver Business Journal.

James Holmes dropped out of the school’s graduate neuroscience program June 10.

Holmes’ school counselor, Dr. Lynne Fenton, tried to discuss the student with campus officials, according to the

“We are committed to evaluating every step in the process to ensure it worked properly,” Chancellor Donald M. Elliman Jr. said in a statement, according to the Denver Business Journal. “We want the community — especially the loved ones of those who lost their lives and the individuals injured in this senseless tragedy — to know our resolve rests with understanding all the facts so we can assist law enforcement and other authorities in ensuring that justice prevails.”

University president Bruce Benson pledged to cooperate with the independent probe.

Late Sen. Byrd Got FBI Documents on Civil Rights Movement

Steve Neavling

U.S. Sen. Robert C. Byrd, who belonged to the Ku Klux Klan in the 1940s and fought against legislation protecting black people, received secret FBI records about the civil rights movement in the 1960s, the Associated Press reports.

Byrd, a West Virginia Democrat who died in June 2010, suspected Communists and others were beginning to infiltrate the civil rights movement.

Turns out, the CIA leaked the documents to Byrd, prompting a feud between the two federal agencies, the AP reported.

Although Byrd caught heat form the FBI for obtaining the records, he was an outspoken supporter of the agency’s long-time director, J. Edgar Hoover, according to the AP.

New Head of FBI’s Minneapolis Division Pledges to Crackdown on Terrorism

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Steve Neavling

Combating terrorism is among the top priorities of the FBI’s three-state Minneapolis Division, the new head of the division told the Associated Press.

Chris Warrener, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Minneapolis Division, which handles Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota, said he plans to use his background overseeing terror financing probes.

The office handles a diverse range of issues, from terrorism to computer crimes.

“We have a lot on our plate,” he told the AP.

Last month, Warrener replaced Don Oswald, who retired to practice law.

FBI Investigates Motive Behind Wisconsin Sikh Temple Shooting

Steve Neavling

The FBI is trying to determine whether a gunman who killed killed six people at a Wisconsin Sikh temple was committing an act of domestic terrorism, the Associated Press reports.

FBI Special Agent in Charge Teresa Carlton said Sunday evening it’s unclear what prompted the attack.

This morning, the FBI identified the shooting suspect as Wade Michael Page, who served in the Army for six years, according to CBS News.

Page was killed in a shootout with police outside the temple.

Also today, police searched Page’s home for clues to a motive, Reuters reported.