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January 04, 2019
Amid the 1980s farm crisis, desperate farmer, son murder ag ... - Duluth News Tribune
Domestic killings are often foreseeable, so why is the US failing to protect women? - The Independent
LA man gets life in prison for murdering in-laws - Bakersfield Now
Charles Manson follower, murderer Robert Beausoleil recommended for parole - Chicago Tribune
Amid the 1980s farm crisis, desperate farmer, son murder ag ... - Jamestown Sun

Amid the 1980s farm crisis, desperate farmer, son murder ag ... - Duluth News Tribune

Duluth News Tribune
Joseph Amato, a history professor emeritus and former dean of rural and regional studies at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, wrote about it in two books — one about a famous Jerusalem artichoke Ponzi scheme and the other about the murder of two agricultural lenders in Ruthton, Minn.
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Domestic killings are often foreseeable, so why is the US failing to protect women? - The Independent

The Independent
Ciera Jackson filed for a restraining order, claiming in court documents that her ex-boyfriend, Victor Whittier, had sent a series of threatening text messages and then lurked outside her home. Jackson, 24, had previously called police when Whittier broke into her apartment and ransacked it, but she chose not to pursue criminal charges, according to authorities.
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LA man gets life in prison for murdering in-laws - Bakersfield Now

Bakersfield Now
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Southern California man has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering his in-laws who were visiting from China. The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office says 46-year-old Caminero Wang was sentenced Wednesday to life without possibility of parole plus 50 years to life.
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Charles Manson follower, murderer Robert Beausoleil recommended for parole - Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune
A California parole panel on Thursday recommended for the first time that Charles Manson follower Robert Beausoleil be freed after serving nearly a half-century in prison for murder.
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Amid the 1980s farm crisis, desperate farmer, son murder ag ... - Jamestown Sun

Jamestown Sun
Joseph Amato, a history professor emeritus and former dean of rural and regional studies at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, wrote about it in two books — one about a famous Jerusalem artichoke Ponzi scheme and the other about the murder of two agricultural lenders in Ruthton, Minn.
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Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (8 sites): InSight Crime: The Expendables: The Weakest Links in the Drug Trafficking Chain
"gregg jarrett" - Google News: What were the top books of 2018? Here's a tally. - Virginian-Pilot
"fbi" - Google News: EXCLUSIVE: Russian, Chinese espionage pose difficult challenge for FBI - WTOP
Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (8 sites): "political crimes" - Google News: Hate Crimes Are Multiplying In Massachusetts But We Can't Blame Trump - WBUR

Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (8 sites): InSight Crime: The Expendables: The Weakest Links in the Drug Trafficking Chain

FBI from Michael_Novakhov (25 sites)
The police constantly search passengers en route to Chile by bus from the Bolivian highlands | Cristian Ochoa. Drug traffickers are recruiting women by the hundreds to transport drugs from Bolivia to feed Chile’s growing consumer market.
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"gregg jarrett" - Google News: What were the top books of 2018? Here's a tally. - Virginian-Pilot

FBI from Michael_Novakhov (25 sites)
The year’s “best-of” lists have been circulating since at least November, and at last we have a definitive tally of the standings.
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"fbi" - Google News: EXCLUSIVE: Russian, Chinese espionage pose difficult challenge for FBI - WTOP

FBI from Michael_Novakhov (25 sites)
Caught in a seemingly unending stream of ongoing spy scandals with the Kremlin — and a swell of Chinese espionage cases — the FBI appears to be facing its stiffest counterintelligence challenges in decades.
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Crime and Criminology from Michael_Novakhov (8 sites): "political crimes" - Google News: Hate Crimes Are Multiplying In Massachusetts But We Can't Blame Trump - WBUR

FBI from Michael_Novakhov (25 sites)
Like what you read here? Sign up for our twice-weekly newsletter. In our current social and political climate, it is easy to attribute the recent wave of hate crimes in Massachusetts to the Trump administration.
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