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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘indictment’

Camille Grammer: Grand Jury Didn’t Indict Ex

Camille Grammer is “shocked and disappointed” that a grand jury didn’t indict ex-boyfriend Dimitri Charalambopoulos on felony assault charges following his assault on her in a Houston hotel room last year. Charalambopoulos appeared in front of a Texas grand jury this week but they didn’t believe there was enough evidence for a conviction if the case went to trial. He …

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JonBenet Ramsey: Grand Jury Voted for Indictment of Parents in 1999

Everyone remembers the murder of the young beauty queen, JonBenet Ramsey. The story made headlines and had people intrigued all over the United States. According to JonBenet’s mother, Patsy Ramsey, the family had been attending a Christmas party the night before her disappearance. Supposedly, JonBenet fell asleep in the car on the ride home and her parents carried her upstairs …

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Dotcom Speaks Out Against Megaupload Indictment

Kim Dotcom is finally speaking out. In an interview with TorrentFreak, Dotcom outlines his eagerness to fight claims from the government that Megaupload was nothing more than a site designed to make others copyrighted material available to the masses. Dotcom believes the site offered a legitimate service and is being shutdown for political reasons. In January, Dotcom was arrested in …

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Feds Indict Former Online Gambling Billionaire

On Tuesday, Federal prosecutors in Baltimore released an indictment against Calvin Ayre, the Canadian founder of Bodog, one of the biggest gambling sites on the interent. Ayre is accused of running an illegal gambling business and conspiring to commit money laundering, and for years was able to elude U.S. law enforcement, prompting Forbes to write a story on him called …

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Stratfor Email Leaks Reveal U.S. Plans To Indict Wikileaks Founder

As you are all aware of by now, Wikileaks made a huge stink over the weekend by releasing 5GB of internal emails from Stratfor, a global intelligence company. Some of those emails concern Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange. The Sydney Morning Herald, who secured the emails from Wikileaks, reports that there was a specific email that points to the U.S. wanting …

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