Crime

California man sentenced to 15 years for economic espionage

California man sentenced to 15 years for economic espionage

U. S. District Court Judge Jeffrey White in Oakland sentenced a California man to fifteen years in prison and fined him $28 million for turning against his adopted country over greed.

Car Chase Unexpectedly Ends in Crash

Car Chase Unexpectedly Ends Banging

A car chase starting off in Slidell, La., ended up in car crash. At the John C. Stennis Space Center's southern gate, the officials started chasing a car on suspicion of drug dealing.

Fraud in Faulty Breast Implants, Mas Claims PIP Implants Flawless

Fraud in Faulty Breast Implants, Mas Claims PIP Implants Flawless

As trails into faulty breast implants are midway in France, Jean-Claude Mas has claimed that his products were not faulty.

Light Sentence For Man Who Robbed Bank For $1

Richard James Verone

Richard James Verone, 59, who is reportedly unemployed and medically uninsured, robbed a bank taking only $1, so that he could be awarded a prison sentence, so that he could be medically looked aft

It’s a No for Penalty Expansion and Cuts in Imprisonment

The proposal made by Mr. Clarke for the reforms in the sentencing has invited strict criticism from the body representing crown court judges.

Edinburgh Witnesses more Violence

Edinburgh has suddenly turned into a city of violence. As many as 8 victims of assault are being admitted to the A&E of the city every single day.

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