Judicial Watch • Archives for 2007

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FBI Loses Weapons, Classified Data

The federal agency in charge of protecting the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats cannot even keep track of its own weapons and classified data. Repeatedly under fire for negligent acts, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is again in trouble for losing more than 150 laptop computers…

Mexico Blames U.S. For Border Shooting Among Rival “Coyotes”

Mexico’s president was quick to accuse U.S. anti-illegal immigration groups for shooting a pickup full of undocumented aliens along the Arizona-Mexico border last week but it turns out the attack came from rival Mexican smugglers. Gunfire is nothing new along the vast Arizona-Mexico border because it is infested with violent…

Judge’s Unethical Behavior Forces Rule Change

Rampant ethics violations by judges across the nation have led to the Judicial Code of Conduct’s first revision in nearly two decades as well as the addition of a rule specifically forbidding sexual favors. Since the Judicial Code of Conduct was last updated in 1990, about 70 judges across the…

Jesse Jackson Wants Felons Back On U.S. Railroads

A civil rights leader infamous for playing the race card is demadning that dozens of railroad workers, fired because their criminal records posed national security concerns, immediately be rehired. About 70 convicted felons were fired this week because they failed background checks required by the Department of Homeland Security for…

New Orleans Police Creates Illegal Alien Sanctuary

A five-year-old Louisiana law ordering local police to arrest illegal immigrants during routine traffic stops will no longer be enforced by the New Orleans Police Department, which issued a directive this week prohibiting officers from arresting people in the country illegally. Enacted in 2002 as a response to the September…

Reporting Employers Of Illegal Immigrants

A software developer’s web site featuring thousands of companies that regularly employ illegal immigrants has become a national database that is often used by U.S. immigration officials to crack down on businesses that hire undocumented workers. Appropriately called We Hire Aliens, the web site lists nearly 3,000 employers in 47…

Bribed Military Officers Indicted In Scam

Three U.S. military officers have been indicted on bribery, money-laundering and conspiracy charges for running a scam that steered millions of dollars in Iraq reconstruction projects to a contractor in exchange for expensive cars, cash and jewelry. The case marks the fifth in only a few months involving members of…

Illegal Immigrant Fugitives Arrested In Florida

Illustrating that the problem is not limited to Mexican border states, a weeklong immigration raid in South Florida led to the arrest of nearly 200 illegal aliens with criminal warrants and outstanding deportation orders. Many of the fugitives detained had prior felony convictions for serious crimes that include lewd and…

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