(AP) A Virginia man accused of throwing pipe bombs at Montana troopers during a highway chase last fall was to go on trial Monday on seven counts of attempting to kill a law-enforcement officer.
A multistate manhunt for Laurence Alan Stewart II began Oct. 30 after Fredericksburg, Va., police said Stewart detonated pipe bombs at the home of his ex-fiancee and at two residences linked to Virginia deputies. Nobody was injured in those explosions.
Some say that the FBI should have been notified sooner by DHS as there are many holes and unanswered questions that still remain regarding the Boston Marathon bombings, others think DHS is hiding something.
Justice Department agreed to issue '2511 letters' immunizing AT&T and other companies participating in a cybersecurity program from criminal prosecution under the Wiretap Act, according to new documents obtained by the Electronic Privacy...
Russia Contacted FBI and Government several times To Alert America in 2012 and 2013 About Islamist Tamerlan Tsarnaev, but "NO" response from the FBI or the Government... This is Tamerlan & Dzhokhar Tsarnaev before the bomb blast...
Randy L. Dixon Rivera's insight:
#NDAA 2012 @NDAA20122m
Russia Contacted #FBI and US Govt several times in 2012 and 2013. Lessons learned TRUST Govt & DIE. #OATH not #NDAA pic.twitter.com/SlPQagd3Kz
Please help us ID them. Oops, we already knew exactly who they were.
Why did the FBI make a spectacle out of releasing the photos of the alleged Boston bombing suspects to the public feigning ignorance on who they were, asking for the public’s help to identify them, when they knew all along who they were?
Thursday, April 25, 2013CONFIRMED: Both FBI and CIA Watched Boston Bombing Suspects for Years FBI & CIA now admit to putting Boston bombing suspect on 2 "watch lists," directly contradicting previous public statements. CIA most likely sponsored suspect's trips to meet US-backed terrorists in Chechnya, Russia.
By Joe Johns, Barbara Starr, Gloria Borger, and Carol Cratty, CNN Months after the FBI cleared Tamerlan Tsarnaev in its investigation of possible connections to jihadist causes, the Russians approached the CIA as well to look into him, CNN has...
The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s arrest of an American teenager has raised questions over whether US investigators are morally right to use the guise of national security in order to entrap would-be enemy combatants.