Implosion at Los Alamos
On June 17, 2010, Conversations with American Heroes at the Watering Hole will feature a conversation with Former Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Glenn Walp the author of Implosion at Los Alamos.
“Super Freak Bandit” Bank Robber Apprehended
On Friday evening May 28, 2010 the FBI Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force (RMSSTF) arrested LESTER EUGENE FOWLER, 09-30-1965, for bank robbery. An investigation conducted by the FBI RMSSTF identified FOWLER as the “SUPER FREAK BANDIT” believed to be responsible for five Denver metro bank robberies.
U.S. Navy Ship Disrupts Suspected Pirate Attack
The U.S. Navy guided missile cruiser USS San Jacinto yesterday disrupted nine suspected Somali pirates from attacking a Maltese-flagged vessel that was transiting here.
MASS MARKETING FRAUD
A few decades ago, mass marketing fraud—the kind that exploits mass communication techniques like bulk mail or telemarketing—was relatively low-tech and mostly a regional crime problem targeting victims nearby.
Children of Fallen Find Comfort at TAPS Camp
Trevor Jones peers into the vivid blue sky, tightly gripping the string holding his balloon. A warm breeze is blowing, and his blue balloon bobs against the dozens of red and white ones around it, each held by a child.
FBI Launches Digital Billboard Campaign to Identify “Grandad Bandit”
Today, the FBI St. Louis Division launched a digital billboard campaign throughout Missouri to identify its most recent serial bank robber. The “Grandad Bandit” may have robbed Regions Bank at 5600 Lindbergh Boulevard in St. Louis County last month (05-18-2010) and 20 other banks
Marshals Task Force
The holiday weekend was no vacation for the U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent fugitive Task Force (NOVFTF). With last Thursday’s release of the NOVFTF’s new “Dangerous Dozen”, the tips came pouring in and the NOVFTF captured two of the “Dangerous Dozen” within 48 hours of the announcement.
Latest Satellite Pictures of Oilcano
Beneath scattered clouds, streaks and ribbons of oil brightened the reflection of the Sun off the Gulf of Mexico in this photo-like satellite image from May 31, 2010. Oil is visible 355 kilometers (221 miles) southwest of the site of the damaged, leaking Deepwater Horizon well, but this oil may be natural oil seeps that have been documented in the Gulf before. The streaks of oil in the southwest corner of the image are on the order of 2 kilometers (1 mile) wide.
Civil Engineer Entertains Comrades
Surrounded by a sea of darkness, the 28-year-old airman is well aware of the hundreds of eyes watching his every move. He has been in this situation many times before, but somehow, this time feels different.
Eleven Tactics for Oral Interviews