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Nationwide Crackdown Nabs Alleged MS-13 Members

March 18, 2005
Government officials have arrested 103 people believed to be members of the widespread violent street gang Mara Salvatrucha, often called MS-13 as a part of “Operation Community Shield.”

Radio Host Continues Anti-Cop Program

March 4, 2005
In response to complaints from Chief Julian Fantino of the Toronto Police Department in Canada, the host of the local radio show “Bad Cop, No Donut!” will change his offensive e-mail address, but the show will continue to air anti-law enforcement sentiments.

Supreme Court Limits Segregation in State Prisons

February 24, 2005
The Supreme Court has ruled that state prisons cannot segregate inmates even temporarily except in very rare cases.

Bush Chooses Homeland Security Chief Successor

January 13, 2005
President Bush has chosen Michael Chertoff, who was involved in developing the administration’s legal strategy against the war on terror, to replace Tom Ridge as Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.

Georgia Sheriff Ordered to Rehire Employees Dismissed in One-Day Firing Spree

January 6, 2005
After firing 27 employees on his first day on the job, newly elected Sheriff Victor Hill of the Clayton County (Ga.) Sheriff’s Department has been ordered to rehire them all. But Hill refuses to give in completely.

Dallas Police Can Buy Own Semiautos

December 30, 2004
After a gun battle that had many worried that Texas cops are outgunned, Dallas Police Chief David Kunkle has announced that his police officers will be allowed to purchase their own AR-15 semiautomatic rifles for patrol.

BB Guns Used in Massachusetts Holdups

December 3, 2004
Pellet guns and other fake weapons that resemble real firearms have become increasingly used to rob people that believe the weapons to be real, say police in Massachusetts.

Fallen Officers’ Families Eligible for Scholarships

November 4, 2004
Surviving children and spouses of police officers who died in the line of duty can apply for educational scholarships to attend undergraduate, graduate, and vocational or technical schools from a corporate-sponsored fund.

Court to Reconsider Capital Punishment for Juveniles

October 21, 2004
After 15 years, the Supreme Court is revisiting the issue of how old a murderer must be to receive a death sentence for his crime. The Court is reviewing the case of Christopher Simmons, who was 17 when he killed a woman in 1993 by hogtying her and throwing her into a river to drown.

Fictional Characters Sign Voter Registration Forms

October 21, 2004
A man has been arrested on a felony charge for submitting fake voter registration cards in Ohio. He is accused of using names such as Mary Poppins and Dick Tracy to fill out more than 100 such forms, all of which had similar-looking signatures.
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