“Her teeth had been pulled out and her fingers cut off, apparently to impede her identification. Investigators used the serial numbers on her breast implants to identify her, a spokesman for the Orange County’s district attorney’s office said.”
“The CIA’s inspector general reveals that agency interrogators conducted mock executions of terror suspects.”
This shows a complete lack of creativity. That’s the problem with most government employees – they lack creativity. Poor form, fellas. Poor form.
The company says it didn’t know of Ryan Alexander Jenkins’ domestic violence case in Canada because of a Canadian court clerk’s error.
Well, it was someone’s clerical error alright.
The CIA hired private contractors from Blackwater USA in 2004 as part of a secret program to kill top-level members of al-Qaida, but a spokesman says it never resulted in the capture or killing of any terrorist suspects.
I'm not sure which is more disturbing: the CIA hiring private companies to kill people in secrecy, or that Blackwater couldn't find any bad guys.
“He agreed to become an informant for the Secret Service following his arrest, say Justice Department officials. In November 2004, the government permitted him to move from New Jersey to Florida. Much of the subsequent hacking took place there, according to court records.”
Your tax dollars at work. Who supervises the Secret Service informants? Apparently no one.
Gonzalez is a former informant for the U.S. Secret Service who helped the agency hunt hackers, authorities say. The agency later found out that he had also been working with criminals and feeding them information on ongoing investigations, even warning off at least one individual, according to authorities.
Seriously? Maybe a little more background research and some supervision was in order? Psych profile?