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Mexican National Jailed for Sex-Trafficking in the Carolinas

Jesus Perez-Laguna, a citizen of Mexico, was sentenced in federal court in Columbia, S.C., on charges stemming from a sex trafficking ring involving at least one teenage girl.  Perez-Laguna was sentenced to over 14 years imprisonment and ordered to pay $52,500 in restitution to his victims.  After his release from prison, Perez-Laguna will be on federal supervised release for the rest of his life.

By Jim Kouri - Saturday, July 26, 2008 - Full Story

Hezbollah’s Newest Nazi - the Child Murdering Samir Kuntar

imageHow absolutely Hileresque the image above of recently released terrorist and child murderer Samir Kuntar is. How demonically appropriate as well. Look into Kuntar’s eyes, there’s almost a distinct, demonic-red glow to them. And it also occurs to me that the only thing missing from Kuntar’s camouflage uniform is a red, black and white swastika armband.

However, the turbaned Shi’te Hezbollah Islamo-Nazi’s in the image suffice in lieu of the missing swastika. You see, there really is no difference between the Nazi’s of WWII and the Shi’ite Muslims of modern day Iran and Lebanon. They want to achieve the same “final solution” against the Jew’s and Israel as their forebears did in Europe a generation ago.

By Sean Osborne - Thursday, July 24, 2008 - Full Story

Mexico’s Version of La Cosa Nostra Spreads Like a Virus

The Castorena Family Organization is a large-scale criminal organization with more than 100 key members who oversee cells of 10 to 20 individuals in cities across the United States, according to public court documents filed by the US government in Colorado and in other judicial districts around the country.

By Jim Kouri - Wednesday, July 23, 2008 - Full Story

Feds Imprison Man in Terrorism Case; Targets US Military, Jewish Facilities

A man recruited to join a domestic terrorist cell that was plotting to attack United States military facilities, “infidels,” and Israeli and Jewish targets in the Los Angeles area as part of a “jihad” was sentenced today to more than 12 years in federal prison, according to a report obtained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police.

By Jim Kouri - Tuesday, July 22, 2008 - Full Story

PA Top Cop Says Tasers Protect Public and Officers

(This article is based on a report submitted to the National Association of Chiefs of Police. The writer is the organization’s public information officer.)

The recent deployment of Tasers to State Police troopers for use in confrontational situations is helping to ensure the safety of the public and officers themselves, Commissioner Jeffrey B. Miller said yesterday.

By Jim Kouri - Saturday, July 19, 2008 - Full Story

The Morphing of Organized Crime

While most of the focus of federal law enforcement today is on counterterrorism, federal police agencies must still contend with more traditional anti-crime operations including emerging organized crime gangs.

Green Light For Profiling

Stephen Brown,

Nearly seven years after the 9-11 attacks, the Bush administration is finally reconsidering its opposition to one of the most effective counterterrorism weapons at its disposal. In the months ahead, FBI agents may be able to profile potential terrorists on the basis of suspicious traits and activities, including their ethnic and religious backgrounds. Those most likely to commit acts of Islamic terrorism will no longer be able to hide in plain sight.

By Guest Column - Thursday, July 17, 2008 - Full Story

Defense Department Official Imprisoned for Espionage

Gregg William Bergersen, age 51, of Alexandria, Virginia, was sentenced in the Eastern District of Virginia to 57 months in prison and three years of supervised release for conspiracy to disclose national defense information to persons not entitled to receive it, according to a report obtained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police’s publication, The Chief of Police Magazine.

By Jim Kouri - Thursday, July 17, 2008 - Full Story

Hugo Chavez’s Narcotics Connection

Recently, Mexican military officials claimed they seized five-and-a-half tons of powdered cocaine from a commercial aircraft that landed in Mexico following a a trip from Venezuela. The street value of the drugs was estimated to be upwards of $100 million.

By Jim Kouri - Thursday, July 17, 2008 - Full Story

Welcome to

It’s a crime that DNA is proving that some lifers are not the killers juries send to prison.

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, July 16, 2008 - Full Story

Lawsuit Bait: New D.C. Handgun Legislation

We may be able to measure the life of the District of Columbia’s newly proposed handgun law with a stopwatch. Unveiled today by Mayor Adrian Fenty and D.C. Council members, this measure is lawsuit bait that makes a mockery of the Supreme Court’s landmark District of Columbia v. Heller (PDF file) on June 26 by imposing maximum inconvenience on law-abiding D.C. residents who want to own firearms.

By Matthew Vadum - Wednesday, July 16, 2008 - Full Story

Understanding 21st Century Counterintelligence

The counterintelligence function involves protecting the country, as well as intelligence agencies, from the activities of foreign intelligence services. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has principal responsibility for countering the activities of foreign intelligence services within the United States in order to protect both classified US Government information and proprietary information held by US industry.

By Jim Kouri - Tuesday, July 15, 2008 - Full Story

Homeland Security Experts Expect Disaster or Attack Within Next 4 Years

Book Hill Partners and the Homeland Defense Journal released the results of a survey of 122 homeland security experts on priorities for the next administration in protecting the American people and homeland. 

Al Qaeda Expanding Recruitment Of Children

CBS) Written for by Farhan Bokhari, reporting from Islamabad.

Al Qaeda has successfully established a network for recruiting boys as young as 12 from across central Asia as it seeks new volunteers to enlarge its team of prospective suicide bombers and militants fighters, senior security officials from the Middle East have revealed to CBS News.


By Guest Column - Sunday, July 6, 2008 - Full Story

Was rocket moments from striking Continental flight?

By CINDY HORSWELL, Houston Chronicle

A Continental airliner might have been only a minute away from colliding with what the pilot described as a model rocket that shot past his cockpit window, Federal Aviation Administration records obtained by the Houston Chronicle show.

By Guest Column - Friday, July 4, 2008 - Full Story

Munitions Dealers Arrested for Conspiracy to Export Military Aircraft Parts to Iran

Defendants Hassan Saied Keshari and Traian Bujduveanu were arrested on June 20 and 21 on charges of conspiring to export military aircraft parts to Iran, according to a report obtained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police.

By Jim Kouri - Wednesday, July 2, 2008 - Full Story

One year ago tonight

The following INSIDE VEGAS column described an event that took place one year ago tonight. Since that time, the Crazy Horse Too has remained dark, and in approximately eight hours—at midnight tonight —the adult use zoning for the address will permanently expire rendering the property to never again be operated as a topless bar. Thanks to the Las Vegas City Council, and US Judge Philip Pro, the violence is finally over.

By Steve Miller - Monday, June 30, 2008 - Full Story

Thousands Cheer as Pakistani Militants Decapitate, Shoot Afghans Accused of Spying for U.S.


ISLAMABAD, Pakistan —  A gang of Pakistani militants executed two alleged U.S. spies in front of thousands of cheering supporters Friday as a top U.N. official expressed fears that Pakistani government peace deals with the gunmen were sparking a wave of human rights abuses.

By Guest Column - Monday, June 30, 2008 - Full Story

Ninety-six Gang Members Nabbed Throughout New Jersey

Last week, 96 street gang members and associates were arrested as a result of a state-wide public safety initiative in New Jersey, according to a report obtained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police.

Feds, Local Cops Make Massive Takedown of Notorious LA Gang

Seventy members and associates of the Drew Street clique of the Avenues gang have been named in a federal racketeering indictment unsealed on June 25 that alleges a long series of narcotics-related offenses and violent crimes—including murder, attacks against police officers, witness intimidation and extortion of local businesses.