Archive for the ‘Crime’ category

Impeached Ill. Gov. Blagojevich to appear on ‘Apprentice’

October 9, 2009

Rod Blagojevich is currently facing federal corruption charges for trying to sell President Barack Obama’s former U.S. Senate seat.

But that won’t stop the impeached Illinois governor’s pursuit of reality stardom.

Blago has will appear on this season of Donald Trump’s The Celebrity Apprentice and try to avoid being fired from this gig…



Will Jon Gosselin land in jail?

October 4, 2009

Kate Gosselin (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)

A top flight Los Angeles lawyer for Kate Gosselin, Marty Singer, has written a hardball letter to Jon Gosselin’s lawyer Mark Heller alleging that Jon withdrew $200,000 from a joint bank account.

According to Singer’s letter, Jon and possibly his attorney have violated a court order.


Patriot Act Spares New York Terror Attack

September 28, 2009



While serving up caf and decaf, the java guy was secretly working to commit mass murder.

Cream and sugar with your terrorist attack, madam? Glazed or jelly donut with your bomb blast, sir?

The recent arrest of suspected terrorist Najibullah Zazi reminds us all of the important role surveillance plays in safeguarding our people and our nation.

Zazi is in custody on charges of conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction. He was accused last week of conspiring to launch a bombing attack in America with the help of some common beauty supplies and insidious training from al-Qaida in Pakistan.

The terrorism suspect maintains that he was not part of a terrorist cell, according to his attorney, Arthur Folsom.

The 24-year-old Afghan immigrant worked as a vendor-cart operator in Lower Manhattan. He sold coffee and donuts. EXCERPT: FOR MORE CLICK HERE

Missing bride-to-be Annie Le wrote article on campus safety

September 11, 2009

(AP Photo/ Courtesy of Yale University)

Annie Le, the Yale University graduate student who vanished only days before her scheduled wedding wrote an article in the magazine of the medical school.

Le’s article was a cover story titled, “Crime and Safety in New Haven.” It dealt with the subject of how students could be safe on campus.

“Despite safety measures such as door-to-door escort and shuttle services, the Yale community is still plagued with thefts, some involving frightening confrontations,” Le wrote in the magazine piece.

Le interviewed Yale’s chief of police, James Perrotti, who offered advice…


Phil Spector’s Ex-lawyer Testifies

July 13, 2007

spector.jpgA former attorney for Phil Spector took the witness narrowly avoiding being held in contempt of court for  refusing to testify.

Sara Caplan testified that she saw forensic scientist, Henry Lee, pick up small white object that may have been one of Clarkson’s acrylic fingernails.

Caplan  agreed to testify after an appeals court upheld the ruling from the trial judge that she would go to jail unless she agreed to testify.

She said she saw Lee pick up an item about one inch in circumference and put it in a vial. She said she never saw the item again.

Lee has  denied the allegations.

D.C. Trembles as Judge Lifts Gag Order on Madam

July 6, 2007

You can almost hear the teeth chattering.

A federal judge in Washington is allowing “D.C. madam” Deborah Palfrey to release the names and phone numbers of her clients.

U.S. District Judge Gladys Kessler vacated two previous orders that had forbid Palfrey from selling or distributing phone records for the escort service she founded in 1993, according to

Hillary’s Bro’ May Avoid Trial

July 6, 2007

A lawyer for the brother of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton said he’s confident he can avoid a trial next week and settle a lawsuit that accuses Tony Rodham of failing to repay debts to a Tennessee carnival operator…