Benghazi suspect in federal custody

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Benghazi suspect in federal custody

Updated: Saturday, June 28 2014, 02:43 PM EDT

Washington (AP) — Federal prosecutors say the Libyan militant charged in the 2012 Benghazi attacks is now in law enforcement custody, after being questioned aboard a U.S. Navy ship since his capture in Libya two weeks ago.

A U.S. official says Ahmed Abu Khattala was flown by military helicopter from a Navy amphibious transport dock ship to a National Park Service landing pad in Washington, D.C., today.

Security at the capital’s federal courthouse has been heightened in anticipation of a possible court appearance by the suspect later today.

Abu Khattala faces criminal charges in the deaths of the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans from the 2012 attack. A criminal complaint filed last year charges him with terror-related crimes, including killing a person during an attack on a federal facility, a crime that can be…

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The Gulf Dog Daily: IRS Admits To A Felony, Pays National Organization For Marriage $50,000

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IRS Admits To A Felony, Pays National Organization For Marriage $50,000 –
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Daniel John Sobieski
Scandal: The Internal Revenue Service admits it broke the law after an organization whose private tax data are illegally shared with an ideological competitor wins its lawsuit. So who is going to prison for this federal crime?

If IRS Commissioner John Koskinen wants to know which criminal statutes have been broken, he might try reading about one in the morning newspapers, the same place President Obama gets his information about the “phony scandal” du jour.

The National Organization for Marriage has been awarded a $50,000 settlement from the IRS after the agency admitted wrongdoing in leaking the organization’s 2008 tax return and the names and contact information of major donors. The information was forwarded from the IRS to the pro-gay marriage group Human Rights Campaign. That group then posted the data on…

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Border Patrol Agent: ‘Government Has Become a Part of the Smuggling Business’

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June 28, 2014 9:17 am

Border agent: ‘If the administration says this isn’t amnesty, don’t believe them’
(CNS News) – Albert Spratte, the sergeant-at-arms of the National Border Patrol Council, Local 3307 in the Rio Grande Valley, said the Obama administration is largely to blame for waves of illegal immigrants that have been flooding the Southwest U.S. border since February, saying the government opened the door for the crisis by making it “clear they’re not going to deport people.”
Spratte, who was speaking with as a representative of theunion, further said “we don’t have control of the border,” and if the Obama administration claims it is not in effect giving amnesty to the illegals, then “don’t believe them.”
Also, by allowing so many young illegal aliens to be released into this country, “the U.S. government has become a part of the smuggling business,” he said.


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May 30, 2010 by Chris Tomlin

Unwrapping the Gifts of the Cross

Much has been said about Jesus’ “gift of the Cross.” But what of the other gifts? What of the nails, the crown of thorns? The garments taken by the soldiers? Have you taken time to open these gifts?

He didn’t have to give us these gifts, you know. The only required act for our salvation was the shedding of blood, yet He did much more. So much more.

Search the scene of the Cross—and what do you find? A wine-soaked sponge. A sign. Two crosses beside Christ. Divine gifts intended to stir that moment, that split second when your face will brighten, your eyes will widen, and God will hear you whisper, “You did this for me?” Dare we think such thoughts?

Let’s unwrap these gifts of grace– as if for the first time. Pause and listen. Perhaps…

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Colombia’s James Rodriguez Is Your New Favorite World Cup Player

Deepak verma

Colombia’s James Rodriguez scored and danced his way into the hearts of World Cup fans Saturday. (Well, except for Uruguayans.)
The 22-year-old midfielder scored two goals in Colombia’s victory over a Luis Suarez-less Uruguay side. Rodriguez’s first goal rivaled the magical shots of the Netherlands’
June 29, 2014 at 04:02AM
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5 Things Men Should Avoid Doing

James Michael Sama

We’ve had a lengthy discussion in the past about things that are making the modern woman less “ladylike,” but men are certainly not perfect either.

You might think some of these are a good idea, but odds are you’re just making the woman in your life uncomfortable. Catch yourself and tone it down whenever you find yourself doing any of these five things.



The social media flood.

Great! You’ve made a new connection with a woman and want to find ways to keep in touch with her. Maybe instead of getting her number she suggested you add her on Facebook (probably to avoid giving you her number…), so you did. Then, you followed her on Twitter. Then, you followed her on Instagram. Then, you add…wait, stop. Just stop it right now.

Too much all at once will be like if you called her, left a voicemail, then texted…

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