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Archive for March 25th, 2016

Weekend Series on Crime: Inside El Chapo’s Escape Tunnel

FBI Janitor Killed in Hail of Bullets While Headed to Work at Bureau’s Headquarters

FBI's headquarters is called the J. Edgar Hoover Building.

FBI’s headquarters is called the J. Edgar Hoover Building.

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Gabriel Carlos Turner had just eaten breakfast with his mother and was headed to work as a janitor at FBI headquarters when he was shot and killed Thursday morning.

Turner, 46, who worked for 15 years as a janitor at the J. Edgar Hoover Building, was on his way to a bus top at about noon when someone opened fire on him, NBC4 reports. 

“I don’t know why nobody had to kill him. He didn’t bother nobody,” Ellen Turner said hours after her son was killed just steps from her home.

Witnesses reported hearing at least six gunshots.

Authorities did not say whether they knew of a suspect or motive.

Argument ‘Over Nothing’ Prompted FBI Employee to Point Gun at Woman’s Head

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By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Two women were arguing “over nothing” at a Massachusetts restaurant when an FBI employee sitting between them pointed a gun to one of their heads, court documents show.

Hingham police arrested James M. Doyle, who said he was an FBI supervisor and a friend of the victim, the Boston Globe reports. 

Police said Doyle was intoxicated and acknowledged he made a “big mistake” by pointing a Glock 22 at one of the women’s heads.

No one was injured.

Doyle was charged Wednesday assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, possessing a firearm while intoxicated and disorderly conduct.

Harold H. shaw, special agent in charge of the agency’s Boston bureau, said the FBI “takes allegations of misconduct very seriously.”

FBI Director Comey: Brussels Attacks Likely Won’t Inspire Copycats in U.S.

FBI Director James Comey

FBI Director James Comey

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

FBI Director James Comey said there’s no evidence that the terrorists behind the Brussels attacks are connected to anyone in the U.S.

The FBI has been looking for any indication of copycat attacks and so far has found none, NBC News reports. 

Counter terrorism authorities had known of the two brothers who carried out suicide bombings in Brussels this week, and they were listed as a potential terrorist threat in U.S. databases.

Comey said he doesn’t believe the Brussels attack will inspire copycats.

“I am an optimist, but I actually think that it may have the reverse effect,” he said

“When people see images of innocent men, women, and children being slaughtered around the world, I hope that will reinforce the notion that the Islamic State, so-called, is not engaged in some heroic, romantic battle on the side of good, but instead they’ll see it as a bunch of savages occupying a space that’s hell on earth right now.”

Justice Department Charges 7 Iranians with Launching Cyber Attacks Against 40+ U.S. Banks

hacking By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The Justice Department charged seven Iranians who are accused of cyber attacks targeting more than 40 U.S. banks.

One of the suspects also is accused of breaking into the computer network of a small New York dam, the Christian Science Monitor reports. 

The Iranians are accused of launching a campaign of distributed denial of service, or DDoS, attacks against 46 American companies between 2011 and 2013.

“The attacks were relentless, systematic, and widespread,” U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said in a press conference Thursday. “We believe that they were conducted with the sole purpose of undermining the targeted companies and damaging the online operation of America’s free market.”

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