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Alabama Troopers Rev Up Campaign to Stop Aggressive Driving Around Trucks

July 4, 2008
Last year, an Alabama state trooper climbed into the passenger seat of an 18-wheeler in Clanton for a ride down Interstate 65. The trucker and the trooper were looking for aggressive drivers, and it didn't take long to find them.

Details of Maine State Prison Hostage Taking Discussed by Corrections Officials

July 4, 2008
Monday evening’s tense hostage situation inside the Maine State Prison nearly came to a violent end, the state’s corrections commissioner said Tuesday.

Brits Free Another Top Terror Suspect

July 3, 2008
An Algerian suspected of links to Osama bin Laden and bomb plots in the United States and France has been freed on bail after more than seven years in prison in Britain, officials said on Thursday.

Veteran Chicago Officer Killed in Struggle with Reported EDP

July 3, 2008
Early Wednesday morning, while on a seemingly routine assignment on patrol alone, Chicago Police Officer Richard Francis was shot and killed in a struggle with a woman who had caused a disturbance with a CTA bus passenger less than a block from his police station, police said.

San Francisco to Start Deporting Illegal Alien Crack Dealers Rather Than Send Them to Southern California

July 3, 2008
San Francisco will shift course and start turning over juvenile illegal immigrants convicted of felonies to federal authorities for possible deportation, Mayor Gavin Newsom said Wednesday as he took the blame for what he conceded was a costly and misguided effort to shield the youths.

To Fight Terror, FBI May Begin Racial Profiling

July 3, 2008
The Justice Department is considering letting the FBI investigate Americans without any evidence of wrongdoing, relying instead on a terrorist profile that could single out Muslims, Arabs or other racial and ethnic groups.

Philadelphia Youth Pleads Guilty in Officers' Shooting

July 3, 2008
A 17-year-old pleaded guilty yesterday to attempted murder and related charges for shooting and wounding two Philadelphia narcotics officers trying to serve a search warrant at the East Frankford house in which he lived.

In addition to two counts of attempted murder, Donyea Phillips pleaded guilty to 10 counts of recklessly endangering another person for 10 officers who were on the raid but not shot, as well as six counts involving drugs or guns.

South Carolina Boy Charged with Stealing Police Cruiser

July 3, 2008
A 13-year-old Dillon, S.C., boy has been arrested after officers say he did some patrolling of his own in a stolen police car.

Conservative Christian Officer/Pastor Sues LAPD Claiming Religious Discrimination

July 3, 2008
The Los Angeles Police Department engaged in religious discrimination by disciplining an employee for off-duty remarks made about homosexual acts, an LAPD sergeant has alleged in a lawsuit filed against the city and the department.

TREXPO East to Hold Exclusive Movie Screening

July 2, 2008
TREXPO East is organizing an exclusive screening of the documentary, "Drug Wars: The Colombianization of Mexico," on Tuesday, August 26, 1730-1930 hrs. If you work anywhere near the border, live in one of the border states, or live in a state where drug and human traffickers operate, this film will resonate with you.
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