Monthly Archives: June 2011

Federal Prosecutors Drop Charges Against Bin laden

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June 17  |  Headlines  |   david

In a customary motion when a defendant is deceased, Federal prosecutors moved to drop all charges against Osama Bin Laden.  DNA testing shows the possibility of mistaken identity is one in 11.8 quadrillion.  http://bit.ly/mSWI0M

$10.4 Million Judgment Against Work-At-Home Scammer

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June 17  |  Headlines  |   david

The Federal Trade Commission obtained a $10.4 judgment against Real Wealth, Inc., a company doing business under numerous aliases, which targeted unemployed workers with work-at-home scams.  http://1.usa.gov/kZRi0W

Student Speech

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June 17  |  Headlines  |   david

The US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled in two cases on Monday that schools cannot punish students for speech or writing created outside the school environment.  http://bit.ly/muOA0O

Eleventh Circuit hears arguments on constitutionality of new health care law

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June 13  |  Headlines  |   christina
The US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit heard oral arguments Wednesday over the constitutionality of the new health care reform law and its individual mandate requiring citizens to purchase health insurance.   http://bit.ly/iTSTiZ