sfgate.comAPNewsBreak: NTSB hasn't fully examined limo in fatal crashWASHINGTON (AP) - Federal safety investigators have been unable to conduct a full examination of the limousine involved in a crash that killed 20 people nearly two weeks ago in upstate New York because local prosecutors are probing it as part of their case against the limo company's operator. While a National Transportation Safety Board spokesman says it is working cooperatively with local officials, people familiar with the matter told The Associated Press on Thursday that investigators have privately expressed frustration over their inability to fully examine the limousine. They spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity in order to discuss sensitive conversations.
10ztalk.comXXXTentacion Murder: Police Think Incident Was Random, Lawyer Says * 10ztalk.comThe lawyer for slain rapper XXXTentacion said Tuesday that detectives believe he was fatally shot in a random robbery while likely planning to buy a motorcycle at an upscale shop near a residential neighborhood in South Florida. Attorney David Bogenschutz said investigators also told him the 20-year-old rapper, who pronounced his stage name “Ex Ex …8
truthfeednews.comChristine Ford's Lifelong Friend Makes a Confession to the FBI, Blowing the Entire Story WIDE OPEN - TruthfeedThe so-called “lifelong” friend of Dr. Ford, who she claims was a “witness” at a phantom house party where she was supposedly assaulted, is the focus of another bombshell. Leland Kyser, who told FBI agents that she did not recall any party where Bret Kavanah was present, just said something else that has raised a lot of eyebrows. Kyser told FBI that she was “pressured” to change her story, to support Ford…..And the person who told her to do that? None other than former DOJ official and Dr. Ford’s close friend Monica McLean. McLean, you’ll recall, is the woman that2
theedadvocate.orgThe growing link between intelligence communities and academia - The EdvocateSpread the loveScott Firsing, Monash University The idea of university professors or students working with the FBI or CIA probably makes you raise your eyebrows. But then perhaps you’re picturing someone like the fictional Henry McCord in Madam Secretary . He’s a Georgetown theology professor who was asked to plant a bug for the National Security Agency (NSA) at the home of a scholar believed to be connected to a terrorist. Such covert operations do happen. But mostly, professors will be called to deliver a guest lecture to agents or a university will be contracted to help with research. This …