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November 05, 2018
Something Good, FBI Investigation, and New Technology
Crime and Criminology from mikenova (8 sites): political criminology - Google News: For Lander educator, knowledge trumps partisanship - Index-Journal
FBI warns public of cyberstalking
fbi - Google News: FBI warns public of cyberstalking - Enid News & Eagle
Alerta de Google: fbi: FBI hunting down these 13 prominent Kenyans named by Akasha brothers in drug trafficking ...

Something Good, FBI Investigation, and New Technology

KMOX (blog)
Ryan kicks of this hour with heartwarming stories about Saint Louis area Gamers, and a Football Coach who's been on the job for over 50 years.  Following that, Ryan discusses the possibility of another Kavanaugh accuser being investigated by the FBI for fradulent claims.  After that, Ryan discusses a new foldable phone that is virtually indestructible.  Rounding out the hour, Ryan discusses tricky ballots after a caller shares a frustrating thing on his ballot Tuesday.
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Crime and Criminology from mikenova (8 sites): political criminology - Google News: For Lander educator, knowledge trumps partisanship - Index-Journal

FBI from mikenova (25 sites)
On the surface, it seemed like a throwaway moment. During Thursday night’s candidate forum at Lander University, U.S.
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FBI warns public of cyberstalking

Enid News & Eagle
The FBI is warning people about the dangers of cyberstalking, using two recent cases, one of which is from Oklahoma.
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fbi - Google News: FBI warns public of cyberstalking - Enid News & Eagle

FBI from mikenova (25 sites)
The FBI is warning people about the dangers of cyberstalking, using two recent cases, one of which is from Oklahoma.
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Alerta de Google: fbi: FBI hunting down these 13 prominent Kenyans named by Akasha brothers in drug trafficking ...

FBI from mikenova (25 sites)
news The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) is reportedly looking for at least 13 prominent Kenyans who were named as accomplices by notorious drug-traffickers – the Akasha brothers.The People Daily on Monday reported that Baktash Akasha Abdalla and Ibrahim Akasha Abdalla, who recently pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges in a US court, had incriminated powerful government officials and businessmen who aided them in their illegal trade.
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