August 19, 2022

Feds Bust Stolen Outboard Ring in Florida; Miami Company Accused of Exporting Engines

By Jay Weaver From Miami Herald A stolen outboard engine—it’s the bane of boaters. About 600 high-priced outboard engines were stolen in Southwest Florida and other parts of the state, and then fenced through a Miami-area freight forwarder that illegally exported them to Mexico, according to a new federal indictment. It is not clear from…

Human Trafficking Bust Results in 82 Arrests, 31 Rescued

A recent human trafficking operation in Missouri and Kansas has resulted in 82 people being arrested. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced the rescue of 31 individuals following an operation that took place June 17 through the 26 in Kansas City, Missouri; Independence, Missouri; and Wichita, Kansas, KY3 reported Thursday. Seventeen of those rescued…

Police Bust Indian Factory for Stuffing Mattresses with Used Masks

Police in the western Indian state of Maharashtra registered a case, local reports noted on Monday, against the owner of a mattress factory in the city of Jalgaon after the facility was found stuffing mattresses with used sanitary masks. Jalgaon residents recently alerted local police that a mattress factory in the city was engaging in…

Trump Restores Churchill Bust to Oval Office in First Day as President

President Donald J. Trump has restored the bust of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill to the Oval Office during his first day as president. The new addition to the presidential office was spotted as the Mr. Trump was signing an order seeing the “prompt repeal” of Obamacare, his first official state action. The sculpture […]

Black Pastors Protest Smithsonian Bust of Planned Parenthood’s Nazi-Like Founder Margaret Sanger in Civil Rights Exhibit

WASHINGTON — Prominent black pastors and pro-life activists gathered in front of the National Portrait Gallery on Thursday to demand that the taxpayer-funded museum remove a bust of Planned Parenthood’s white supremacist founder, Margaret Sanger, from the institution’s “Struggle for Justice” exhibit. After the National Portrait Gallery, which is run by the Smithsonian Institution, refused […]

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