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Archive for January 27th, 2016

Former House Majority Leader: FBI Wants to Indict Hillary Clinton in E-mail Scandal

Ex-Rep. Tom DeLay

Ex-Rep. Tom DeLay

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The FBI wants to indict Hillary Clinton as part of the ongoing e-mail scandal, according to former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom Delay.

“I have friends that are in the FBI and they tell me they’re ready to indict [her],” former Texas Republican Congressman Tom DeLay told Newsmax TV.

Delay claims the FBI will be incensed if the Justice Department does not indict the Democratic frontrunner in the presidential campaign.

“They’re ready to recommend an indictment and they also say that if the attorney general does not indict, they’re going public,” DeLay warned.

Delay insists Clinton will be disciplined “one way or another.”

“One way or another, either she’s going to be indicted and that process begins, or we try her in the public eye with her campaign.”

Other Stories of Interest

Deputy Shot Five Times During DEA Raid in New Orleans

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By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s deputy was shot five times during a series of raids around Orleans Parish led by the DEA on Tuesday morning, the Times-Picayune reports. 

The seven-month investigation, dubbed “Operation Wild Wild East,” was carried out to capture suspects tied to drug-related violence.

Deputy Stephen Arnold was in critical condition late Tuesday morning.

Authorities arrested the shooting suspect, Jarvis Hardy, 26, who is expected to be charged with attempted first-degree murder and other drug violations.

The deputy was part of a 12-officer multi-jurisdictional DEA task force that was executing search warrants around Orleans Parish.

One Shot Dead As Authorities Arrest Leaders of Oregon Standoff

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The leaders of the armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon were arrested, and the de facto spokesman was killed during a dramatic clash with local and federal authorities Tuesday night.

Eight other anti-government activists were arrested or turned themselves in, and another participant was injured, the Washington Post reports. 

Some occupants remained in the refuge after the confrontation with authorities, who had hoped to end a three-week standoff.

A few people voluntarily left after police surrounded the occupiers.

There were no reports of injuries to law enforcement.

FBI Foils Terrorist-Style Plot to Kill Dozens of People in Milwaukee Masonic Center

Samy Mohamed Mamzeh

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The FBI foiled a terrorist-style plot by three Muslims to use automatic weapons to kill dozens of people at a Masonic center in Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel reports. 

Authorities arrested Samy Mohamed Mamzeh, who is accused off planning the attack and “eliminating everyone” in the building.

The 23-year-old was charged with possessing a machine gun and silencer, but no terrorism counts were included, at least not yet.

“We are Muslims, defending Muslim religion, we are on our own, my dear, we have organized our own group,” Hamzeh said, according to the criminal complaint.

“Such operations will increase in America, when they hear about it. The people will be scared and the operations will increase, and there will be problems all over,… this will lead to people clashing with each other. This way we will be igniting it. I mean we are marching at the front of the war,” he said, according to the complaint.

It was a “detailed plan to commit a mass shooting intended to kill dozens of people,” said acting U.S. Attorney George J. Hannstad.

“(Hamzeh) also said that he wanted this mass shooting to be ‘known the world over’ and to ‘ignite’ broader clashes. It is difficult to calculate the injury and loss of life that was prevented by concerned citizens coming forward and by the tireless efforts of the FBI and the Joint Terrorism Task Force.”

Hamzeh didn’t appear to be working with an established terrorist group and instead said, “We have our own group, not with Hamas, … we are here defending Islam, young people together join to defend Islam, that’s it, that is what our intention is.”

Judge: FBI Did Not Act ‘Outrageously’ by Taking Over Child Pornography Website

computer-photoBy Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The FBI did not act “outrageously” by taking control of a child pornography website for 13 days in an attempt to capture people who were  using what authorities said was the largest site of its kind on the dark web, a judge has ruled, the International Business Times reports. 

A man who was charged with child pornography crimes argued the FBI overstepped its authority by taking over the site and using a tool to identify IP and MAC addresses of people who were logging into Playpen.

“We consider [the FBI’s running of the child porn site] outrageous, because even if there is a legitimate argument for doing that as an investigatory need, which is not true, judges need to be able to decide if it is appropriate. And, frankly, we believe it is appalling,” a lawyer for Colin Fieman said, Motherboard reports.

The attorney accused the FBI of “aiding and abetting the uploading and distribution of massive amounts of child pornography.”

Judge Robert J. Bryan disagreed.

“I am not shocked by this. I did not find it outrageous,” the judge said.

“We are dealing with actions by law enforcement that were necessitated by the actions of the offenders choosing to use, and in fact misuse, technology in order to hide their identity while they sought to exploit and abuse children online,”  Keith Becker from the Department of Justice Criminal Division, said.