#canadian #arrestedInUS #canadian #arrestedinus


Manila court OKs US request for terror suspect's extradition
Canadian citizen Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy was arrested in the U.S. in 2016 and has pleaded guilty, and an American of Pakistani origin, Talha ..

#borders #borders


New law in Canada cracks down on DWI offenders
WIVB-TV News 4
You will have to file at the Canadian consulate in order to regain the right to enter back into Canada," said Fiegel. But you can't file with the Canadian …

#politicks #obama? #clinton? #politicks #obama #clinton


Guitarist who destroyed Trump’s Walk of Fame star bailed out by man who previously vandalized it
James Otis, who vandalized the star with a sledgehammer and pickaxe in November 2016, posted Austin Clay's $20,000 bail
by Alex Young
on July 26, 2018, 9:56am

#borders #borders


How to cross the US-Canada border without the stress

Montreal Gazette
CAA-Quebec reminds travellers that Canada and the U.S. share information ... Potential problems can be headed off by calling the U.S. consulate to …

#fraud #scams #fraud #scams


US court awards 21 Indians up to 20 years in jail for call centre scam
Hindustan Times
US authorities announced on Friday the sentencing this week of 21 members of a “Telefraud Scam” run out of India-based call centres that defrauded ...

#refugees #watch4aries #planetThreats #refugees #watch4aries #planetthreats


Canada to accept up to 250 Syrian White Helmet volunteers, family after dramatic escape
Sun, 22 Jul 2018 00:49:03 EDT
Canada is among three Western nations that will accept hundreds of volunteer emergency workers plucked from Syria under the cover of darkness in a dramatic international rescue, CBC News has learned.

#ClubFed #usprison #clubfed #usprison


Food Worker Indicted in Prison Phone Smuggling Scheme
U.S. News & World Report
(AP) — A food service worker at the federal prison in Danbury has been indicted on charges that he tried to smuggle phones into the prison.

#foreigntrade #foreigntrade


#fraud #outsourcing #india #fraud #outsourcing #india


US busts massive India-based call centre scam that stole hundreds of millions
U.S. busts massive India-based call centre scam that stole hundreds of ... arrested in Oct. 2016 in an operation that may have targeted Canadians.

#borders #borders


Canadians in the Cannabis Biz Could Get Banned from Entering the US
The Portland Mercury (blog)
O Canada! I hear you have made cannabis legal throughout your entire country! When added to your socialized medicine and much, much lower rates ...


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In US Prisons, Tablets Open Window to the Outside World

U.S. News & World Report
RAHWAY, N.J. (Reuters) - Marvin Worthy, confined to a New Jersey state prison since 2004, cannot watch his son play basketball or visit him in ...

#borders #borders


Donald Trump is Canada's best hope for solving its border crisis
Per the Canada-U.S. Safe Third Country Agreement, the family was ... who simply show up at the border, get arrested and expect a future in Canada.

#Opinion #Courts #CanadaVsUS #opinion #courts #canadavsus


Why Canada's Supreme Court appointments are nothing like America's circus
Why Canada's Supreme Court appointments are nothing like America's ..... In Manitoba, meanwhile, 81 per cent of boys incarcerated as minors are ..

#politicks #pardon #pardonme #mitigated #pardon #pardonme #mitigated #politicks


Minnesota man serving life for two murders runs for US Senate
Sky News
Inmate Leonard Richards is legally allowed to run for office and he once received more than 14,500 votes for a ... By Lucia Binding, news reporter.
Behind bars for 2 murders, he's running for US Senate seat in Minnesota - Fox News
A VERY political prisoner! Double murderer, 75, serving life for killing his half-sister and his lawyer ... - Daily Mail
Jailed double murderer runs for US Senate - St. Lucia News Online

#foreignNationals #fraud #falseids #foreignnationals #fraud #falseids


Mexican citizen who stole government benefits for 37 years is sentenced to 37 months in prison

The San Diego Union-Tribune
U.S. District Judge John Houston sentenced Anduaga for theft of public ... Initially, investigators believed Anduaga was a legitimate U.S. citizen who ...

#documentary #documentary


You are invited to a screening of Sundance Film Festival 2018 award winning documentary, THE SENTENCE.

Join Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) for a conversation with filmmaker Rudy Valdez, Cindy Shank, and actor Vincent D'Onofrio.

Tuesday, July 17th | 6-8:30pm
Kennedy Caucus Room
Russell 325

Reception and light meal inlcuded

RSVP required

Cindy Shank, mother of three, is serving a 15-year sentence in federal prison for her tangential involvement with a Michigan drug ring years earlier. This intimate portrait of mandatory minimum drug sentences’ devastating consequences, captured by Cindy’s brother, follows her and her family over the course of ten years. Watch the preview.


Broad bipartisan support for criminal justice reform is growing but the path to achieve legislative change is complicated. Join us to learn about the essential elements to make federal criminal justice reform as impactful as possible by incorporating vital elements of prison and sentencing reform.


Email cresing@... with any questions or concerns

Lunch will be served


The Sentencing Project works for a fair and effective U.S. justice system by promoting reforms in sentencing policy, addressing unjust racial disparities and practices, and advocating for alternatives to incarceration.




The Sentencing Project
1705 DeSales Street NW
8th Floor
Washington, District of Columbia 20036

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Even with a green card, an immigrant can be deported under new guidelines
Miami Herald
A green card is no longer an immigrant's insurance policy against ... New guidelines implemented last week by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services ... was designed to enforce President Donald Trump's priorities of immigration ...

#pardon #mitigates #pardon #mitigates


It's Legal: Prison Inmate Vying for US Senate in Minnesota
U.S. News & World Report
It's Legal: Prison Inmate Vying for US Senate in Minnesota ... inmate serving a life term for two murders is running for a U.S. Senate seat in Minnesota.

#jail #transfers #traitors #spies #spies #jail #transfers #traitors


Manafort Is Transferred From Jail Where He Was Treated Like a 'VIP'
New York Times
Judge T. S. Ellis III of the United States District Court in Alexandria, Va., who has ... On Tuesday, he ordered that Mr. Manafort be transferred to a jail in …

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Couple of books in the works.
    Posted by:  joetmedicret@... joetmedicret
    Date: Tue Jul 10, 2018 8:10 pm ((PDT))

First, this isn't a shameless plug or an attempt to sell anything. Rather it is just another way to show that while some of us may have been incarcerated, we can make it when we get on the outside. That said, from the time I was 16 until I was 24, I was in and out of jail and prison. In 1987, I decided I was done doing life on the installment plan. I got out and without help put myself thru EMT class, got a job and took care of my family. In 98, I got my Paramedic. People don't realize just how hard that is for a Felon and even if you get in, you get your balls broke because of your past. On 10/2/02, I had to stop working because I caught something on the job. workers comp fought me tooth and nail for years. I had no income, watched everything I did manage to earn get taken away and they were in the mist of taking my home. I asked for help and was told, eventually you will get some money, we can't help you. So I did something stupid and wound up in Fed. I did my time and swore I would not do anything illegal even if I had to and I have done that. Federal, unlike State actually taught me a few things. I was released in 2007 and I have managed to do well so far. While I still can't work until I get my transplant surgery, I managed to take online college courses and earned my Paralegal as well as an AS in Law and I am now 3 classes shy of my BS. I have always wanted to help, while I was in and after I got out and I have done some things to do that with individual guys. It's hard out here but you can make it. Recently I said I wanted to try and help in a different way. When you hear the metal on metal closing behind you or those damn sliding doors close and the keys jingling, you never forget it but when it happens, you feel like all of your rights are gone. You do lose a lot of them, but you retain some as well. So I am halfway through with writing "The Prisoners Rights Handbook" which I am probably going to market thru Amazon. I then plan to write a Prisoners or Prison Survival book. I also plan to do a book about an incident that happened in Minnesota in 2015. Two of these books are geared towards helping those locked up as well as showing their family some things to help them worry less about their loved ones on the inside. So those are the books. But more importantly, It may be hard for everyone when released, but we were strong enough to survive on the inside, so we need to show that same strength out here. We can make it out here!!!

 Joe T. (CT# 104670 - BOP# 16323-014)
 Sad been out of CT jails and prisons since 87 and still remember my number and still remember my fed number 11 years later.

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