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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: The John Lennon Song That Landed Him on the FBI’s Radar – Showbiz Cheat Sheet
Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (10 sites): “political crimes” – Google News: ‘Know your rights’: Local advocates, politicians concerned by discussions of ICE raids – KING5.com
Update: Man wanted by FBI caught – WYMT News
Fugitive wanted by FBI captured in Ohio | News – WDRB
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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: The John Lennon Song That Landed Him on the FBI’s Radar – Showbiz Cheat Sheet

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As The Beatles notched No. 1 hit records and sold out shows across the world, manager Brian Epstein had a strict policy when it came to politics –especially in America. The policy was simple: Don’t let the Beatles say anything about politics, and don’t allow the press to ask about it, either.
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SEATTLE — Local advocates and politicians are expressing concern over plans for massive immigration raids in U.S. cities beginning as early as Sunday morning. “We understand there’s been a message that at least 10 cities will be targeted for this potential raid of 2000 families,” said Malou Chavez, Deputy Director of Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.
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Update: Man wanted by FBI caught – WYMT News

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SMITHS GROVE, Ky. (WYMT) – Update: FBI officials say Bryan D. Conley was caught in Ada, Ohio on Saturday. ————————- Original Story: The FBI, Louisville Field Office, is asking people to be on the lookout for a fugitive.
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — The FBI’s Louisville Field Office is asking for help finding a fugitive wanted after they say he removed his ankle monitoring device in Kentucky. The FBI said in a news release Saturday that a federal arrest warrant had been issued for Bryan D.
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation field office in Louisville is searching for an escaped fugitive who slipped his ankle monitoring device Friday. According to a release sent out by the FBI, Bryan Conley, 37, allegedly removed the device on I-64 near Smiths Grove, KY.
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FBI Sends Investigators To Dominican Republic Following U.S. Tourists Deaths – CBS Baltimore
FBI looking for fugitive who took off ankle monitor while on I-65 near Smiths Grove – WBKO
Police: Man claims to work for FBI, brings marijuana to Duluth police headquarters – Gwinnettdailypost.com
Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (10 sites): “political crimes” – Google News: People, cops helpless as cybercrime goes out of control – Deccan Herald
Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (10 sites): “political crimes” – Google News: Report: China forcibly harvests organs from political prisoners… while still alive – Live Action News

FBI Sends Investigators To Dominican Republic Following U.S. Tourists Deaths – CBS Baltimore

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WASHINGTON (WJZ) — The FBI has sent investigators to the Dominican Republic to help local authorities investigate the deaths of American tourists. Nine Americans have died in the Dominican Republic in the past year.
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FBI looking for fugitive who took off ankle monitor while on I-65 near Smiths Grove – WBKO

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Ky. (WBKO) — The FBI is asking for the public’s assistance in finding Bryan D. Conley. The Louisville Field Office says Conley took off his court mandated ankle monitoring device on Friday while near Smiths Grove on I-65.
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A man accused of bringing marijuana to the Duluth Police Department’s headquarters said the FBI told him to buy it and bring it to police for evidence processing and as a gesture of goodwill.
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Former Chief Justice of India R M Lodha received an email from his friend Justice B P Singh on April 19 seeking immediate monetary help of Rs 1 lakh for the treatment of his cousin.
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In a horrific addition to the already known human rights abuses taking place in China, a tribunal has discovered that prisoners are being killed for the express purpose of stealing their organs.
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Senior White House adviser Jared Kushner on Saturday revealed the long-awaited details of the economic aspect of the US peace plan, saying it would inject $50 billion into struggling economies in the Middle East over the next ten years.

In an interview with the Reuters news agency three days ahead of the Washington-led economic workshop in Bahrain, US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law said that over half of the funds ($28 billion) would go toward the West Bank and Gaza Strip while $7.5 billion would go to Jordan, $9 billion to Egypt and $6 billion to Lebanon.

“If you can also get that whole region starting to lift, and if you can get a quicker flow of goods and people in all the different areas that are necessary in industry instead of bullets and munitions and war, then I think that will really lead to a big increase in investment in the area and more jobs and better quality of life and hopefully more peace along with it,” Kushner said.


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Separately on Saturday, the White House released its “Peace to Prosperity” economic plan, a 40-page document focusing on detailing initiatives to unleash Palestinian “economic potential,” “empower,” the Palestinian people and “enhance Palestinian governance.”

The Palestinians have strongly opposed the conference and urged Arab states to stay away, arguing it will be placing economic issues ahead of reaching a political solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

According to the report, fifteen billion of the total $50 invested would come from grants, $25 billion from subsidized loans and roughly $11 billion from private capital.

The plan would also fund 179 economic projects in areas such as infrastructure, water, power, telecommunications, tourism and medical facilities; 147 of the projects would be in the Palestinian territories, 15 in Jordan, 12 in Egypt and five in Lebanon.

Tens of millions of dollars in funds would be reserved for projects that would help further link the Gaza Strip with Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula through upgrading power lines and increasing electricity flow.

The plan also seeks to inject $950 million in the Palestinian tourism industry, according to Reuters.

The Trump adviser leading Washington’s peace efforts told the news agency that the plan would create roughly 1 million jobs in Gaza and the West Bank, drop their employment from 30% to the single digits, reduce the Palestinian poverty rate by half and double their GDP.

A picture taken on June 1, 2018, shows a girl running past hovels near a sewage water pool at a poor neighborhood in Gaza City. (AFP/Mahmud Hams)

Fifty-three percent of Palestinians in Gaza live in poverty, a June 2018 United Nations report said. Eighty percent depend on international aid, according to the UN Relief and Works Agency, the main international organization that provides health, education and other services to Palestinian refugees.

Gaza is run by the Hamas terror group and Kushner did not address how the plan, which includes funding for infrastructure linking Gaza to the West Bank, would deal with this and the failure of the Palestinians to reconcile.

“The reason we’re calling this a workshop and not a conference is because we want to get feedback and hopefully finalize it so that we can then coordinate a lot of the aid efforts and investing efforts to really drive these results,” Kushner said. The White House is hoping that wealthy Gulf states would provide the bulk of the funds, but that it is considering pitching in as well.

Funds raised at the workshop would be administered by a multinational development bank managed by an appointed board of governors, according to Reuters, which reviewed documents related to the plan in addition to speaking with Kushner and several of his top aides.

Kushner suggested that the US plan has some similarities to the Marshall Plan, an American initiative passed in 1948 to jump-start economies in Western Europe after World War II.

US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman (left) and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (far right) at the ceremony for the new town of Ramat Trump, named for US President Donald Trump, on the Golan Heights, June 16, 2019. (David Cohen/Flash90)

“One of the things that they did successfully [with the Marshall Plan] is that they didn’t just give aid but they infused money into the private sector and they created an environment in which businesses could thrive and capital could be invested. This is a similar notion [that we’re trying to do],” he explained.

Responding to the Palestinian Authority’s decision to boycott the June 25-26 Bahrain summit and declarations from Arab states that they would not budge on their requirement that the US plan see to it the creation of a Palestinian state, Kushner asserted that Washington “care[s] about the Palestinian cause.”

However, he avoided discussing the idea of Palestinian political sovereignty and stressed how the US plan would  help move the Palestinians “move forward economically.”

Kushner stuck to the pre-stated White House’s position that it will introduce the political side of its plan at a later date, but assured that this section would not be ignored.

The White House said earlier this month that it wants to wait until after a new Israeli government is formed. The Knesset elections are scheduled for September 17, and it usually takes several weeks for coalition negotiations to conclude.

Initially, US and Israeli officials indicated that high-ranking members of the Israeli government would be invited to the event as well. But earlier this week, the White House said that no Israeli officials would be present in Manama.

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