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Archive for June 8th, 2018

Weekend Series on Crime History: Nixon Comments on Death of FBI’s J. Edgar Hoover

Secret Service Watching Over Donald Trump Jr.’s Date Nights in New York

Donald Trump Jr. (Photo by Gage Skidmore)

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

The New York Daily News reports that witnesses have seen what appears to be a black U.S. Secret Service car parked outside Kimberly Guilfoyle’s Central Park West apartment.  She’s dating Donald Trump Jr.

The Daily News reports:

For the fourth straight Tuesday, Donald Trump Jr. enjoyed a date night with Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle, according to a source on the scene. The 40-year-old scion’s secret service detail dropped them both off outside the 49-year-old TV host’s Central Park West apartment for a nightcap.

Passersby have noticed the black SUV’s with out of state plates parked near Guilfoyle’s building every Tuesday since early May.

 

ATF Agent Shot and Wounded in Undercover Operation in Northwest Indiana

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

An ATF agent was shot and wounded during an undercover operation Thursday in Gary, Ind., the agency confirmed on Twitter.

Agents from the Chicago Field Division were “ambushed” while conducting an undercover operation in Gary, Indiana, Brendan Iber, assistant special agent in charge of ATF’s Chicago division, told reporters, according to the Associated Press.

“One of our agents was shot multiple times and was transported to the Methodist Hospital here at Northlake campus,” Iber said.

DEA Creates Omaha Division Office, In Part to Battle Opioids

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

The DEA is establishing an Omaha Field Division, its 23rd division office in the nation.

The division will include Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

“In January, DEA reorganized its field divisions for the first time in nearly 20 years. Today, just five months later, we are adding another new field division,”  Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement. “That’s because we are facing a drug threat today the likes of which we have never seen before—but we are rising to the challenge. The Omaha Division will help us address the methamphetamine and opioid threat in Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota. The people of these states can rest assured that, in the face of an unprecedented crisis, we are taking steps to be more effective and put the traffickers and crooked doctors where they belong—behind bars.”

“This action converts the existing Omaha District Office into a division in an effort to enhance DEA enforcement efforts within the Great Plain states region and unify drug trafficking investigations under a single Special Agent in Charge,” said DEA Acting Administrator Robert W. Patterson.

FBI Agent: Terrorists Working to Take Down America’s 911 Emergency Response System

Aristedes Mahairas (FBI photo)

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

There’s an infinite number of scary scenarios involving terrorists.

Here’s one: The FBI is warning that terrorists are working to acquire the cyber skills to carry out catastrophic attacks that could involve taking down America’s 911 emergency response system, Business Insider reports.

Aristedes Mahairas, a special agent in charge of the New York FBI’s Special Operations/Cyber Division, tells Business Insider terror groups like ISIS and Al-Qaeda are plotting attacks that could wipe out online networks to maximize casualties.

“The concern is that the cyber terrorists will one day be able to simultaneously execute an attack in the virtual world and in the physical world,” Mahairas tells the publication.

Ex-Senate Intelligence Committee Aide Arrested for Lying to FBI About Providing Info to Reporters

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

An ex-Senate Intelligence Committee aide was arrested on Thursday in an investigation of classified information leaks to reporters, the New York Times reports.

James A. Wolfe, 57, is charged with lying repeatedly to investigators about his contacts with three reporters. According to the authorities, Mr. Wolfe made false statements to the F.B.I. about providing two of them with sensitive information related to the committee’s work.

As part of the probe, prosecutors secretly seized years’ worth of a New York Times reporter’s phone and email records, the Times reports, adding:

Mr. Wolfe’s case led to the first known instance of the Justice Department going after a reporter’s data under President Trump. The seizure was disclosed in a letter to the Times reporter, Ali Watkins, who had been in a three-year relationship with Mr. Wolfe. The seizure suggested that prosecutors under the Trump administration will continue the aggressive tactics employed under President Barack Obama.

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