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PRESS RELEASE: Admitted Chicago Gang Member Sentenced on Federal Racketeering Charges

U.S. Department of Justice July 24, 2014 Office of Public Affairs (202) 514-2007/TDD (202) 514-1888 Admitted Gang Member Sentenced on Federal Racketeering Charges WASHINGTON—Armando Jose Velasquez, aka “Money,” 27, of East Chicago, Indiana, was sentenced today to serve 305 months in prison on federal racketeering charges relating to a Dec. 3, 2011, attempted murder. Assistant … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: FBI Chicago, Christopher W. Helt Announces Recipient of Director’s Community Leadership Award

FBI Chicago January 13, 2014 Special Agent Joan Hyde (312) 829-1199 FBI Chicago Announces Recipient of Director’s Community Leadership Award Robert J. Holley, Special Agent in Charge of the Chicago office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced today that Christopher W. Helt, a Chicago immigration lawyer, has been named the recipient of the FBI’s … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: One Chicago Tax Preparer Pleads Guilty and Another Sentenced to Five Years in Prison in Separate Federal Income Tax Fraud Cases

U.S. Attorney’s Office January 09, 2014 Northern District of Illinois (312) 353-5300 One Tax Preparer Pleads Guilty and Another Sentenced to Five Years in Prison in Separate Federal Income Tax Fraud Cases CHICAGO—A former Chicago tax preparer pleaded guilty to filing nearly 3,200 false federal income tax returns for clients, while in a separate case … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: One Chicago Tax Preparer Pleads Guilty and Another Sentenced to Five Years in Prison in Separate Federal Income Tax Fraud Cases

U.S. Attorney’s Office January 09, 2014 Northern District of Illinois (312) 353-5300 One Tax Preparer Pleads Guilty and Another Sentenced to Five Years in Prison in Separate Federal Income Tax Fraud Cases CHICAGO—A former Chicago tax preparer pleaded guilty to filing nearly 3,200 false federal income tax returns for clients, while in a separate case … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Trafficking Indictment Filed Against 60 People in Conspiracy That Brought Heroin to Cleveland from Atlanta and Chicago

U.S. Attorney’s Office September 18, 2013 Northern District of Ohio (216) 622-3600 Trafficking Indictment Filed Against 60 People in Conspiracy That Brought Heroin to Cleveland from Atlanta and Chicago Sixty people were indicted in federal court for their roles in a conspiracy to bring heroin from Chicago and Atlanta and sell it throughout Greater Cleveland, … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Fourteen Defendants Facing State or Federal Narcotics or Firearms Charges Alleging Sales of Guns and Drugs in Chicago

U.S. Attorney’s Office August 01, 2013 Northern District of Illinois (312) 353-5300 Fourteen Defendants Facing State or Federal Narcotics or Firearms Charges Alleging Sales of Guns and Drugs in Chicago CHICAGO—Fourteen defendants are facing state or federal narcotics and/or firearms charges that, again, link drugs and illegal gun possession in Chicago. An investigation led by … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Alleged Attempts to Collect Debts Lead to Extortion Charges Against Nine Chicago Men

FBI Chicago July 25, 2013 Special Agent Joan Hyde (312) 829-1199 Alleged Attempts to Collect Debts Lead to Extortion Charges Against Nine Chicago Men Three federal grand jury indictments were unsealed yesterday charging a total of nine defendants with allegedly collecting debts through the use of intimidation, fear, and, in one instance, physical violence. The … Continue reading

During 2010 Renaissance Big Public Schools Closings, African-American Students were moved from Better Performing Schools into Lower performance Schools, and into an area run by 11 Different Gangs

Not only did officials move African-American Students from better performing public schools to lower performing schools, they moved them into the Latin King’s Territory. This is a blog is gathering more reports from Chicago communities who have been fighting the issues concerning Chicago communities. Recently Chicago official have plans to close 50 public schools. Parents … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Tennessee Man, Evan Brent Dooley Sentenced to Five Years in Prison for Causing MF Global to Lose $141 Million on Unauthorized Futures Trades

U.S. Attorney’s Office April 16, 2013 Northern District of Illinois (312) 353-5300 Tennessee Man Sentenced to Five Years in Prison for Causing MF Global to Lose $141 Million on Unauthorized Futures Trades CHICAGO—A suburban Memphis man was sentenced today to five years in federal prison for causing $141 million in losses to his clearing firm … Continue reading

Is the Chicago Violence towards Young People really a Backlash against Education Reform Concerning Charter Schools Made in Chicago around Years such as 1999 (Retitled)

Was it too much? Do reports concerning Chicago students and decisions made around 1999 have more impact than anyone may have realized? Unlike the news we hear concerning Chicago today in 1998 there were reports of significant drop in unemployment, gang violence, and gun violence. In 1999 there would be even more reports that show gang violence was decreasing. What some consider as education reform has really been the fuel that has put so many students in harm’s way. As this type of education reform increases, so does the anger. Updated March 30, 2012 I have included information from 2011 that shows this growing gang anger can be directed back to education reform decisions made around such years as 1999. Continue reading

Do Early Reports and Decision Making Concerning Chicago Students around such Years As 1999 Show the Innocent were Put in Harm’s Way

Was it too much? Do reports concerning Chicago students and decisions made around 1999 have more impact than anyone may have realized? Unlike the news we hear concerning Chicago today in 1998 there were reports of significant drop in unemployment, gang violence, and gun violence. In 1999 there would be even more reports that gang … Continue reading

Getting Rid of Public Schools, Plans to Close 54 Chicago Public Schools Because fewer Students in the Classrooms, While Bragging Charter Schools of Small Classrooms are Concentrated out of the whole State of Illinois in one Area, Chicago – In 2013 Plans for 13 New Charter Schools to be Created

The Schools considered for closing are mostly in the African-American Community. Mayor Rahm Emanuel has plans to close 54 elementary schools. You take the children out of Public School buildings because you thought they weren’t doing enough so you said, but then we public schools have fewer students they need to be closed. And yet … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Jerome D. Jackson Charged in Connection with Robbery of TCF Bank Branch in Chicago

FBI Chicago May 23, 2012 Special Agent Ross Rice (312) 829-1199 Man Charged in Connection with Robbery of TCF Bank Branch in Chicago A 50-year-old Chicago man has been charged with the May 22, 2012 robbery of the TCF Bank branch located at 1224 S. Wabash in Chicago. Jerome D. Jackson was taken into custody … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Nine Arrested in Englewood Drug Probe

FBI Chicago April 20, 2012 Special Agent Ross Rice (312) 829-1199 Nine Arrested in Englewood Drug Probe Nine Chicago residents were arrested yesterday in a coordinated operation, culminating a three-year investigation targeting illegal drug sales in and around the Englewood neighborhood on Chicago’s Southside. Those arrested were charged in separate indictments returned by a federal … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Fourteen Defendants Face Federal or State Charges Involving Cocaine Sales in Lake County’s Round Lake Beach Area

U.S. Attorney’s Office April 11, 2012 Northern District of Illinois (312) 353-5300 Fourteen Defendants Face Federal or State Charges Involving Cocaine Sales in Lake County’s Round Lake Beach Area CHICAGO—Fourteen Lake County and area residents are facing narcotics charges after a joint state and federal investigation of alleged cocaine trafficking in the Round Lake and … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: State Representative Derrick Smith Indicted on Federal Bribery Charge

U.S. Attorney’s Office April 10, 2012 Northern District of Illinois (312) 353-5300 State Representative Derrick Smith Indicted on Federal Bribery Charge CHICAGO—Illinois State Representative Derrick Smith (10th District) was indicted today for allegedly accepting a $7,000 cash bribe to write an official letter of support for a daycare center that he believed was seeking a … Continue reading

News Release: HHS, Department of Justice highlight Obama administration efforts, Health Reform tools to combat Medicare fraud

News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 4, 2012 Contact: HHS HHS Press Office HHS, Department of Justice highlight Obama administration efforts, Health Reform tools to combat Medicare fraud HHS Secretary and Attorney General host seventh Regional Health Care Fraud Prevention Summit in Chicago At a Chicago summit highlighting a new high-tech war against health care … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Chicago Man, Carl Brandon Smith Arrested on Federal Charges Alleging Forced Sex Trafficking of Four Victims, Including Two Minors

U.S. Attorney’s Office April 09, 2012 Northern District of Illinois (312) 353-5300 Chicago Man Arrested on Federal Charges Alleging Forced Sex Trafficking of Four Victims, Including Two Minors CHICAGO—A Chicago man is facing a federal detention hearing this week after he was arrested for allegedly engaging in forced sex trafficking of two minors and forced … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Federal Grand Jury Charges Six Individuals with Methamphetamine Manufacturing Conspiracy in Central Illinois, in Coles and Macon Counties

U.S. Attorney’s Office April 04, 2012 Central District of Illinois (217) 492-4450 Federal Grand Jury Charges Six Individuals with Methamphetamine Manufacturing Conspiracy URBANA, IL—A federal grand jury today returned an indictment that charges six individuals with conspiracy to manufacture, distribute, and possess methamphetamine in Central Illinois, in Coles and Macon Counties. Those charged include four … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Attorney General Eric Holder Speaks at the Chicago Health Care Fraud Prevention Summit

Chicago ~ Wednesday, April 4, 2012 Attorney General Eric Holder Speaks at the Chicago Health Care Fraud Prevention Summit Thank you, Dr. Budetti for those kind words – and for your outstanding leadership as Deputy Administrator for Program Integrity for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. It’s a pleasure to be back in Chicago … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Attorney General Holder Recognizes Six Cities for Youth Violence Prevention Efforts, Participating Cities Include Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Memphis, Tennessee, Salinas, California and San Jose, California

Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, April 2, 2012 Attorney General Holder Recognizes Six Cities for Youth Violence Prevention Efforts, Participating Cities Include Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Memphis, Tennessee, Salinas, California and San Jose, California. WASHINGTON – Attorney General Eric Holder today recognized six cities for their progress in preventing youth … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Deputy US Marshal in Chicago, Stephen Linder was Indicted for Civil Rights Violations

Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, January 12, 2012 Deputy US Marshal in Chicago Indicted for Civil Rights Violations WASHINGTON – A federal grand jury in Chicago returned an indictment today charging Deputy U.S. Marshal Stephen Linder, 36, with violations of federal criminal civil rights law related to two separate … Continue reading

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