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Skylar Neese Stabbed by ‘Best Friends’

On July 6, 2012, 16-year-old Star City, West Virginia high school student Skylar Neese was stabbed to death by best friends Shelia Eddy and Rachel Shoaf. After Neese went missing, authorities initially concluded that the teen had likely overdosed on heroin at a party, people around her panicked, and her body was hidden. Though, after a six month investigation, Shoaf …

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Insane Clown Posse Sues the FBI: Loncar & Associates Provides Insight

Commissioned News Story: (Source: Loncar & Associates) Whenever anyone from the entertainment industry gets involved with a legal dispute, there is an uproar of public attention surrounding the case. A recent case involving the Insane Clown Posse and the Federal Bureau of Investigation is no exception. Earlier this year, Insane Clown Posse filed a lawsuit against the FBI in response …

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FBI: Driverless Cars Might Be Good for Bad People

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Strategic Issues Group is worried about the possible criminal uses of all these self-driving cars that folks like Google are trying to get on our roadways. The Guardian obtained an internal FBI report, which offers up some insight into how the country’s top investigative body feels about all this autonomy. From The Guardian: In a …

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East Peoria Shooting: Off-Duty FBI Agent’s Heroism

East Peoria Police are praising an unnamed, off-duty FBI agent who shot and killed a man after he opened fire in an East Peoria bar Saturday night, killing three. “We hate to think of what the possibilities could have been had the agent not been there and not been able to take the action that he did.” said the East …

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People Pointing Lasers at Airplanes Is Such a Problem That the FBI Is Offering a $10,000 Reward for Info

Who knew that so many people were pointing lasers at airplanes? Since 2012, pointing lasers at airplanes (or as the Federal Bureau of Investigation calls it “lasing aircraft”) is a federal offense punishable by up to five years in prison. And since about four months ago, the FBI has been rewarding people for providing information on any known instances of …

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Megan Boone: ‘Blacklist’ Season Finale “Full Blown Thriller”

Megan Boone described Monday night’s season finale of The Blacklist as a “full blown thriller.” “It’s kind of keeping with what we’ve done all season,” she told reporters about the NBC drama’s season finale during a press event last week. “I don’t think we’d be doing it justice if we didn’t make it a full-blown thriller.” And it definitely lived …

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‘The Blacklist’ Season Finale: Did It Live Up to the Hype?

The Blacklist season finale aired on Monday night with a dead FBI agent, the noted identity of a man who calls himself Berlin, and an even stronger feeling that Agent Elizabeth Keen (played by Megan Boone) is Raymond ‘Red’ Reddington’s (James Spader) daughter–even though he tells her that her father is dead. The season ended with the show being the …

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Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Actor, Dies at 95

Actor Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., best known for his roles in the television series 77 Sunset Strip and The F.B.I., passed away at his ranch in Southern California on Friday. He was 95. In a statement, the actor’s daughter Stephanie Zimbalist and son Efrem Zimbalist III said, “We are heartbroken to announce the passing into peace of our beloved father, Efrem …

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1957 Murder Cold Case Appealed by Lifer

In 2012, former police officer Jack McCullough was convicted of the 1957 kidnapping and murder of 7-year-old Maria Ridulph, a case that ran cold for almost 60 years. Now an Illinois court is considering an appeal filed by McCullough, whose lawyers claim that an eye-witness to 1957 events was having a “romantic notion.” A key witness of the crime was …

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Courthouse Shooting in Salt Lake City, Utah Ends in Death

A defendant in a federal courthouse in Salt Lake City, Utah died after a U.S. marshal shot him today. The shooting occurred early this morning, and the story has been developing throughout the day. Initially information regarding the shooting was not being released. Police had been called at 9:45 in the morning. U.S. attorney’s office spokeswoman Melodie Rydalch told the …

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Alabama Man Sentenced in KKK Murder-For-Hire Plot

An Alabama man was sentenced today in federal court on charges stemming from a murder-for-hire plot. The man, Allen Wayne Densen Morgan, was found guilty last fall for attempting to hire Ku Klux Klan (KKK) members to murder his neighbor. The 29-year-old Morgan has been sentenced to six years in prison. “Mr. Morgan detailed his calculated desire to end his …

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American Airlines Reports Teen’s Terroristic Tweet

There are few things in this world that are quite as annoying as spoiled teenagers attempting to troll about non-laughing matters. No matter how hard these clueless youngsters try, the reality of terrorism in a post-9/11 world is never going to be funny to anyone with any kind of sense. Especially when the company you choose to send your threat …

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