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Slain FBI Dog “Freddy” Gets Some Respect

Freddy the FBI dog/fox news photo

Freddy the FBI dog/fox news photo

By Allan Lengel

FBI dog “Freddy”, a Belgian Malinois, may not get a 21 gun salute, but he will get a memorial, his name will be added to a memorial wall and he will be buried in Quantico, Va., an FBI press release said, according to the Detroit Free Press.

Freddy was shot and killed Wednesday during an FBI raid at a mosque in Detroit.  The FBI said an imam at the mosque shot Freddy. The FBI in turn shot the imam.

According to the press release, Freddy was born Feb. 17, 2007 and “entered duty with the FBI on Sept. 8, 2008.”

The release added: “Anyone who wishes to send a card to Freddy’s team members can send them to”:

Freddy’s Team
c/o FBI
477 Michigan Avenue, 26th floor
Detroit, MI 48226

To donate in his memory to a K-9 Law Enforcement Memorial, the release said:

FBI Agents Association
Attn: K9 Fund-Freddy
PO Box 12650
Arlington, VA 22219

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Big Time Boston Mobster Gennaro “Jerry” Angiulo Dies at Age 90

All around the country, old time mobsters are dying, leaving behind children, some who have tried to carry on their legacy, often with far less success.


By Laurel J. Sweet
Boston Herald
BOSTON — It’s the end of a wiseguy era, say friends of former Boston Mafia godfather Gennaro “Jerry” Angiulo, who presided over the demise of the local mob.

“Jerry was a larger than life personality,” said Henry Katz, a former attorney and friend of the Nahant mobster. “He thought that all criminal defense lawyers should do time in jail so they’d have an appreciation for what they were fighting against.”

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Veteran N.J. Political Consultant Arrested in Corruption Sweep Found Dead

This case is only going to get more complicated.  Here’s the latest wrinkle.

Jack Shaw
Jack Shaw/nbc

By Amy Sara Clark and Agustin C. Torres
The Jersey Journal
Jersey City political strategist Jack Shaw, one of the 44 people arrested in Thursday’s massive New Jersey corruption scandal, was found dead in his apartment tonight, Hudson County Prosecutor Edward DeFazio said.

A relative found Shaw’s body, DeFazio said. Police were called to the ninth-floor apartment at the Towers at Portside, 100 Warren St., at 5:17 p.m. and Shaw was officially declared dead at 6 p.m.

Two officials with knowledge of the investigation told The Star-Ledger that several bottles of pills were found near Shaw’s body. However, Shaw, who has diabetes, was on several medications and worried about his health, according to Jersey Journal opinion editor Agustin Torres, who often spoke with Shaw. He recently lost 60 pounds, Torres added.

No weapon was found near the body and the death does not appear to be a homicide, DeFazio said.

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Former Atty. Gen. Griffin Bell Dead at Age 90

Griffin Bell
Griffin Bell

He was a man who brought justice to Justice.

Special to the Atlanta Journal Constitution

Griffin Boyette Bell, who served as Jimmy Carter’s attorney general and whose South Georgia drawl and lawyerly mannerisms disguised an unusually innovative legal mind, died Monday morning. He was 90.
“He was thinking outside the box before there was a box,” said Bob Steed, senior partner at King and Spalding, which Bell molded over six decades into a politically connected law firm with a national client list.
Bell died at about 9:45 a.m. at Piedmont Hospital, according to family members. Bell had been suffering from kidney disease, pancreatic cancer and pneumonia.
A grave-side service will be held for Bell on Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the historic Oak Grove Cemetery in Americus. On Friday, a memorial service will be held in Atlanta at 11 a.m., at Second Ponce de Leon Baptist Church, 2715 Peachtree Rd. N.E.
“Rosalynn and I are deeply saddened by the loss of our dear friend Griffin Bell,” former President Carter said in a statement released through the Carter Center.
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