Category Archives: Illegality

Every Sharpton business known has been dissolved for failure to comply with tax rules.

“Records show that Sharpton’s beleaguered for-profit entities often overlap and intertwine, some sharing ties with the reverend’s nonprofit organization, National Action Network. Their financial records are copious, confusing, and sometimes outright bizarre.”


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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has denied reports that his wife, Sara, stole thousands of dollars worth of state funds from bottles returned to local supermarkets on her orders.

“She would collect the bottles obsessively,” Naftali told Yedioth Ahronoth daily, in an interview published on Friday. “‘Here’s a bottle, here’s another bottle.'”

My uncle does that too.


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For Sheldon Silver, What Goes Around Comes Around

“Liu—to be precise—has not faced federal charges himself (yet), but two of his campaign aides were convicted of fraud in May 2013. The aides have connections to the Chinese regime, and Liu himself traveled to China in 2007, receiving an award from Party officials there.”


“The hidden factor in common: Both have served the needs of the communist regime in China.”

“Mayors and other U.S. officials have reported receiving pressure and veiled threats to not sign or to withdraw resolutions or proclamations that are positive about Falun Gong.”


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F.B.I. and Justice Dept. Said to Seek Charges for Petraeus

“The Justice Department investigation stems from an affair Mr. Petraeus had with Paula Broadwell, an Army Reserve officer who was writing his biography, and focuses on whether he gave her access to his C.I.A. email account and other highly classified information.”


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Recent events cause the citizen to ask whether there are any rules that might prevent members of the criminal class from also being members of a Congressional class

“Prosecuting attorney, Loretta Lynch, the US Attorney for the Eastern District of New York said the Congressman “chose lies and deception over honest dealings with federal and state authorities as well as his own employees.” Notwithstanding his guilty plea, the good news, as far as the congressman was concerned, was that instead of standing trial in the spring on 20 federal charges he would be in Congress working on important legislation. As he told reporters after he’d entered his guilty plea: “so long as I am able to serve, I will serve.”


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US Companies Being Investigated for Revenge Hacking

“American companies are seeking ways to fend off hack attacks similar to the cyberattack against Sony Pictures, but the FBI is looking into some of the country’s largest banks to see if they took “revenge hacking” too far and overstepped the law. Jan Crawford reports.”


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