Scammers in New York City and South Florida pose as insurance agents and offer cheap policies — cheap because the scammer paid fraudulently. Victims are hardest-hit in Michigan, in part because police there accuse them of being in on the ruse and seize their vehicles.
The report, issued by the ATF last July, includes investigations into the Bandidos and Cossacks, whose bloody clash last weekend left nine dead in Waco, Texas.
The three-day conference included current or former spy chiefs from seven countries, including the U.S. and U.K., plus academics and journalists.
At least one slice of the American public looks forward to the sleazy presidential election ads: media executives.
The NSA concocted a top-secret plan to find bin Laden by “tagging and tracking medications/supplies” to cross the “non-electronic moat” around the ailing terrorist leader.
Islamabad bureau chief Ahmad Zaidan spoke to The Intercept about being tracked by the U.S. government. “To monitor and bug journalists is absolutely immoral and unethical,” he said.