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OK Lobbyist Wants Feds to Pay Legal Fees in FBI Sting

Shoshanna Utchenik

Oklahoman lobbyist Andy Skeith is slinking out of a corruption trial scott-free… except for $141,000 in legal fees. He’d like the federal government to cover his costs. Sound crazy?

Depends who’s judging.

The FBI set up a fake company and gave Skeith $10,000 to make illegal contributions to 2 Okahoma state lawmakers.

The judge tossed all the charges against Skeith. His attorney called the case against his client ridiculous and wants the feds to pay the legal fees.

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Arizona Killer was Suspected of Domestic Terrorism by FBI

Shoshanna Utchenik

White supremacist and border vigilante J.T. Ready was already being investigated for domestic terrorism by the feds when he allegedly went on a killing spree in his Gilbert, Arizona home, just outside of Pheonix, last Wednesday, reports The Arizona Republic.

Feds seized the opportunity of the tragedy to join Gilbert police at the crime scene, James Turgal, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Phoenix office, told The Arizona Republic. Agents were able to access multiple computers and munitions from the murder scene, the home Ready shared with his girlfriend, her daughter, and the daughter’s family who all perished at Ready’s hand.

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Secret Service Agents Paid 9 of 12 Hookers; None Linked to Terrorism or Cartels

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By Allan Lengel

It’s one thing to be a lousy tipper. It’s another not to even pay.

The Washington Post reports that U.S. Secret Service employees linked to last month’s scandalous Hookergate in Colombia paid 9 of the 12 prostitutes they met up with that night.

The Post also reported that none of the women were found to be tied to terrorist organizations or drug cartels.

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FBI Wants Wiretap Friendly Law for Social Networks Like Facebook

By Allan Lengel

The FBI wants greater access.

CNET reports that that the FBI is pushing for legislation to force social networks like Facebook and Twitter, email providers and peer-to-peer networks to become “wiretap friendly.

CNET reports that the legislation would expand a current law for cell phone operators and broadband networks.

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Weekend Series on Crime: Nixon Delivers Eulogy At J. Edgar Hoover’s Funeral

Hoover Legacy Recounted on 40th Anniversary of his Death

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Shoshanna Utchenik

This week marks the 40th anniversary of J. Edgar Hoover’s death, and in his honor the FBI website is running a series of tributes to its controversial former director.

Hoover was the only civil servant to lie in state in the U.S. capitol, at the request of  Congress in 1972. Then-President Richard Nixon eulogized, “Every American, in my opinion, owes J. Edgar Hoover a great debt for building the FBI into the finest law enforcement organization in the entire world.”

Hoover’s epic 48-year tenure as FBI director earned him glory for busting gangsters of the 1930’s and spies of WWII. But he was villified for increasing surveillance, failing to address civil rights crimes, and fixating on the threat of communism.

The FBI websites’ series has the “goal of shedding light on less well known or even caricatured areas of [Hoover’s] actions and broadening the discussion on his complex and enduring legacy”.

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Bin Laden’s Letters Show al Qaeda on the Ropes; Used Viagra and Hair Dye

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Shoshanna Utchenik

U.S. Navy SEALS took out the worlds’ foremost terrorist when they killed Osama bin Laden one year ago. But they also scored the largest batch of senior terrorist material in history, and Thursday we saw the release of 17 of those letters, portraying al Qaeda as an organization on the edge.

The total cache of material seized in the SEALS raid includes about 6,000 documents written between 2006 and 2011, recovered from “five computers, dozens of hard drives and more than 100 storage devices” reports CNN, and include the letters just released by the Combating Terrorism Center at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York.

The letters expose bin Laden as “a terrorist on the edge” according to CNN, just another aging leader, dealing with typical organizational and personal problems in extraordinary context.

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Bin Laden continued to advocate for airplane attacks, and wanted to target President Obama and General Petraeus, deeming Joe Biden as unfit to lead the U.S.

CNN terrorism analyst Peter Bergen suggested that bin Laden was an “inveterate micromanager but was also someone almost delusional in his belief that his organization could still force a change in American foreign policies in the Muslim world.”

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