Latest News of Arrests Persons in the Country
Texas Deputy Arrests a PINAC Correspondent and an associate for Video Recording Shell Refinery from Public Right-of-Way
Both were on public property, but it appears as if the Harris County sheriff’s deputies who made the arrest were off-duty and working security for the Shell refinery in Deer Park, an industrial municipality outside Houston. Essentially hired goons.
Phillip Turner, who is quickly becoming Texas version of Jeff Gray, was charged with failure to identify and criminal trespass. And his friend David Worden was charged with interference with public duties for not allowing the deputy to arrest him.
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Both are still incarcerated.
However, Turner recorded his arrest using Periscope, an app that not only allows live streaming but keeps the video posted online for up to 24 hours, allowing us to obtain the video and post it on YouTube.
San Bernardino’s Shooter’s Neighbor Arrested On Terror Charges, Allegedly Planned Earlier Attacks
The arrest has been finally made. Enrique Marquez, a neighbor, and friend of one of the San Bernardino shooters for allegedly providing material support to terrorists, officials said.
Authorities said that Marquez and shooter Syed Farook allegedly began plotting terror attacks in Southern California in 2011 — “attacks which were, fortunately, not carried out — and discussed a firearms and explosives attack on Riverside Community College.
“While there currently is no evidence that Mr. Marquez participated in the Dec. 2, 2015, attack or had advanced knowledge of it, his prior purchase of the firearms and ongoing failure to warn authorities about Farook’s intent to commit mass murder had fatal consequences,” said U.S. Attorney Eileen M. Decker of the Central District of California.
Scope for the Arrest of Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli
The arrest of Mr. Shkreli has been finally conducted. The chief executive and founder of Turing Pharmaceuticals, Mr. Shkreli which has drawn scrutiny for acquiring a decades-old drug and raising the price of it overnight to from $13.50 to $750 per pill. In his interview with The New York Times, he acknowledged the regulatory and criminal investigations into claims of wrongdoing at hedge funds he once controlled as well as at Retrophin but was dismissive of their importance.
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