Imperial Valley News
Pueblo Bishop Gang Member Sentenced to Life in Federal Prison in RICO Case for Ambush Slaying of Man in Front of His 2-Year-Old Son
Los Angeles, California - A member of the Pueblo Bishop Bloods street gang was sentenced this afternoon to life (plus 10 years) in federal prison for his conviction on racketeering offenses that included the execution of a man in front of his two-year-old son.
Swiss Asset Manager Pleads Guilty in Federal Court to Conspiring with U.S. Taxpayers to Evade Federal Income Taxes and File False Tax Returns
New York - A Swiss citizen and former asset manager at a Swiss asset management firm pleaded guilty to conspiring with U.S. taxpayer-clients and others to help U.S. taxpayers hide millions of dollars in offshore accounts from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and to evade U.S. taxes on the income earned in those accounts, the Justice Department announced.
Washington, DC - As part of the Department of Justice’s comprehensive, ongoing review of the asset forfeiture program, Attorney General Eric Holder today issued a policy focusing the use of asset forfeiture authorities on the most serious illegal banking transactions, restricting civil or criminal forfeiture seizures for structuring until after a defendant has been criminally charged or has been found to have engaged in additional criminal activity, in most cases.
Washington, DC - "I regret that Chairman Chaffetz and his staff have taken the unprecedented and unnecessary step of subpoenaing two members of the U.S. Secret Service with the responsibility for the protection of the President, his family and the White House complex. Chairman Chaffetz’s assertion that this Department has been “uncooperative” is simply wrong."
Jefferson City, Missouri - Two central Missouri residents pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to crimes related to the distribution of thousands of kilograms of synthetic marijuana, commonly referred to as K2.
Washington, DC - Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the naming of the Cesar Chavez Courtyard at USDA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.