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The embattled deputy inspector general at the Department of Homeland Security destroyed incriminating documents to prevent their public release, used federal funds to pay for two Puerto Rican vacations, and bugged his employees’ phones and email, a new letter from Cause of Action, a government-accountability group, charges.

The recent allegations against Charles Edwards add to those leveled last week by the Senate Homeland Security Committee. The Daily Caller News Foundation reported on Friday that the committee accused Edwards of whitewashing a politically sensitive report, abusing agency resources, and committing a slew of other offenses.

"Inspectors general are put in place to hold a ... Read more »
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The leader of an Islamist insurgency in Russia's North Caucasus has called for jihadists to stage attacks against a range of targets that include the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games.

In a video issued on the North Caucasus Islamic insurgency website (
http://www.kavkazcenter.com/) on July 3, Doku Umarov -- the leader of self-proclaimed independent Islamic state, Imarat Kavkaz (The Caucasus Emirate), called on "all mujahedin fighters in the region and Russia's other subjects not to allow Satanist games to be held on the bones of our ancestors, on the bones of many, many Muslims who died and are buried on our territory along the Black Sea."

President Vladimir ... Read more »
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The terrorist bombings in Boston were NOT Muslim inspired and I will tell you why.

If you follow the money you will NOT find Muslims at the top.

Terrorism and terrorist episodes are expensive to engineer.

For example, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had a full scholarship to U of Mass which included room and board.

This is expensive.
 
It also put him next to Boston. It was a ... Read more »
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Boston - Police arrested a man on Tuesday over allegations he used the name of an aunt who had been dead for more than a decade to try and claim about $2.2 million from the Boston Marathon bomb victims fund, prosecutors said.

The Massachusetts Attorney General's office said Boston man Branden Mattier, 22, told the fund's administrators that his aunt lost both of her legs in the attack on 15 April when two improvised pressure cooker bombs exploded at the finish line, killing three people and injuring 264 others.

But the aunt had been dead for more than a decade and Mattier was arrested at his home in Boston when an undercover police officer presented him with a fake cheque for $2.195m, prosecutors said.

"He sought to take these funds away from real victims of the Marathon attack and from the thousands of people who ha ... Read more »
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A nation continues to wait for final word on the Supreme Court's Big Four cases this term — voting rights, affirmative action, DOMA, and Proposition 8 — but the justices' closest decision arrived first last Monday, in a 5-4 ruling on Salinas v. Texas in which the conservative members of the Court and Anthony Kennedy determined that if you remain silent before police read your Miranda rights, that silence can and will be held against you. Here's what that means.

Basically, if you're ever in any trouble with police (no, we don't condone breaking laws) and want to keep your mouth shut, you will need to announce that you're invoking your ... Read more »
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