Romanian Hacker Claims Accessing Clinton Server was ‘Easy’

May 13th, 2016 * RECOMMENDED READINGS, Crime and Police Actions, Government, Technology Robert May 1 min read

Alice Green writes :  As I wrote last month, the US government has extradited a famous Romanian hacker in an effort to prove without a doubt that Hillary’s insecure homebrew server was hacked by a third party. The hacker, who goes by the name “Guccifer,” has been involved in numerous high-level security breaches in the past.  


20,000 illegals with criminal convictions released into U.S. communities in 2015

Apr 28th, 2016 * RECOMMENDED READINGS, Crime and Police Actions, Education, Immigration William Nissen 1 min read

Homeland Security has made some gains in detaining criminal aliens, but still released into the community nearly 20,000 immigrants last year who’d already been convicted of crimes — including hundreds charges with sexual assault, kidnapping or homicide — according to figures sent to Congress this week.  


Justice Dept.: No ‘sufficient justification’ for delay in benefits to fallen first responders

Apr 27th, 2016 * RECOMMENDED READINGS, Business, Crime and Police Actions William Nissen 1 min read
  • The Justice Department is processing just over half of death, disability and education benefit claims from police and firefighters within a year’s time — all despite a series of reports issued over the last decade that highlight inefficiency in the process and an infusion of cash meant to resolve backlogs.