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Posts Tagged ‘prison’

The Trial of Bradley Manning: July 29, 2013

The Trial of Bradley Manning: July 29, 2013

  The Trial Of Bradley Manning as Seen by A Career Soldier By Timothy Gatto Bradley Manning March by Susan Melkisethian After the details of My Lai, a Vietnamese village that was destroyed and men, women and children killed by U.S. Soldiers came out, and the military had selected their fall guy for the massacre, Lt. Calley, we in the Army were subjected to constant classes on when to follow or when not to follow orders. We were told that there are legal orders and illegal orders, and ... Full Story

Bradley Manning Trial

Bradley Manning Trial

WikiLeaks Lawyer Sees Spurious "Enemy" Claims & Bid to Scare Whistleblowers The military trial of Army whistleblower Bradley Manning at Fort Meade, Maryland, began Monday with the defense and prosecution presenting starkly contrasting accounts. Manning is accused of giving a cache of diplomatic cables and government documents to WikiLeaks in the largest leak of state secrets in U.S. history. The military prosecutor, Captain Joe Morrow, accused Manning of "dumping" hundreds of thousands of ... Full Story

ALEC influence Exposed

  In the Tucson Immigration Examiner SB 1070-Backer ALEC Under Fire for its Legislative Influence By Luke Witman For many, the American Legislative Exchange Council, a powerful and well funded coalition of corporations and lawmakers, first came to the public attention when a 2010 NPR investigation revealed the role that the organization played in influencing SB 1070, a law that many of its members financially benefited from. In particular, those opposed to SB 1070 were outraged to ... Full Story

Prison inmate convicted of murder

Jury convicts man housed in ADX “step down unit” of second degree murde DENVER – Today a federal jury convicted Dominic Stewart, age 36, of the 2005 murder of Gregory Joiner while both were housed in the U.S. Bureau of Prison’s “step down unit” within the ADX in Florence, Colorado.  The jury convicted Stewart of second degree murder following a 7-day trial before U.S. District Court Judge Robert E. Blackburn.  Stewart is scheduled to be sentenced by Judge Blackburn on June 8, ... Full Story

Prison for former DA

Attorney General announces one-year prison, four-year probation sentences for Former Western Slope District Attorney DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced today that a judge has sentenced Myrl Serra, the former District Attorney for the 7th Judicial District of Colorado, to one year in prison followed by 60 days in the Montrose County Jail followed by four years probation following his guilty plea in October 2011 to criminal extortion, a class-four felony, and unlawful ... Full Story

Woman sentenced to 3 years in prison for failing to

Monument woman sentenced to 3 years in prison for failing to report $1.6 million in income to the IRS   DENVER – Linda Abramson-Schmeiler, age 52, of Monument, Colorado, was sentenced on March 17, 2011 by U.S. District Court Judge Robert Blackburn to serve 36 months in federal prison for filing a series of false individual and corporate income tax returns for the years 2003 through 2005, in connection with failing to report $1.6 million in gross business receipts to the IRS for the years ... Full Story

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