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Brooklyn fentanyl play gets 8 years for selling to overdose vic

A Brooklyn fentanyl play related to a immature mother’s death was condemned Thursday to eight years in prison. Judge Brian Cogan condemned drug trafficker Johnnie (Nut) Monroe to a full 97-month term. Earlier this month, Cogan sent the convicted ringleader of the crew, Edward (Super Ed) Carrillo, to jail for …

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Fifteen Rikers inmates charged in brutal beating of jail captain

Fifteen Rikers Island inmates were charged with assaulting a city jail captain and restraint other officers from assisting during a Thanksgiving attack, the Bronx District Attorney announced Thursday. The inmates collected 90 mins before the unprovoked conflict on Capt. Awais Ghauri, 31, inside the Otis Bantum Correction Center at 2 …

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L.I. lady charged with trying to fund ISIS by bitcoin scam

A Long Island lady tried to stake ISIS by fraud, bitcoin and bombard companies, Brooklyn sovereign prosecutors pronounced Thursday. Zoobia Shahnaz conned financial institutions out of about $85,000 — including about $60,000 in bitcoin and other digital currencies — to help fund terror, according to authorities. Prosecutors pronounced she connected …

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Prosecutors pierce to cash in on $8.5M in seized bitcoin

SALT LAKE CITY — U.S. attorneys in Utah prosecuting a multimillion-dollar opioid drug-ring are moving fast to sell seized bitcoin that’s exploded in value to about $8.5 million given the purported ringleader’s detain a year ago. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for Utah cites the digital currency’s sensitivity in justice papers …

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Man thrown 45 feet off overpass for interrupting couple’s argument

Three people are in control for tossing a good Samaritan from a Connecticut overpass Thanksgiving morning. CBS News reports the victim had intervened after conference a couple argue. He was seriously injured, but survived the incident. Shelton police charged Gregory Rottjer with attempted murder in tie with the encounter. His …

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Polygamist personality Lyle Jeffs condemned to 5 years in prison

Polygamous group personality Lyle Jeffs was condemned to scarcely 5 years behind bars for what authorities have called the country’s largest food stamp fraud. U.S. District Court Judge Ted Steward on Wednesday also handed Jeffs 3 years hearing and compulsory him to compensate $1 million in compensation to the U.S. …

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UK surgeon admits to blazing initials on patients’ livers

LONDON — A British surgeon has certified assaulting two patients by blazing his initials into their livers during transplant operations. Simon Bramhall pleaded guilty Wednesday to two depends of assault, in a case a prosecutor called “without authorised fashion in rapist law.” Bramhall used an argon lamp coagulator, which seals …

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Two passed in murder-suicide on Penn State bend campus

The disloyal husband of a Penn State University cafeteria worker fatally shot his ex-wife in a campus parking lot before holding his own life Wednesday afternoon, officials said. The Penn State Beaver campus in Monaca was placed on lockdown after the man shot his ex nearby her automobile just before …

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