Crime Watch – Monthly Newsletter March 2011

Julie Powers Schenecker Denied Bail

TAMPA ( Julie Powers Schenecker was produced at a Tampa court on Monday for a brief hearing in the murder case of her two teenage kids, 16-year-old Calyx and Beau 13. Dressed in a prison suit with hands bound in handcuffs, the 50-year-old woman had her first court appearance at the Hillsborough County Court ... Read : Julie Powers Schenecker Denied Bail.

Crime Watch – Monthly Newsletter February 2011

Taliban's top-ranking leader killed in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON - A top-ranking Taliban leader, who was trained in Pakistan and involved in making improvised explosive devices, suicide vests and anti-aircraft weapons, has been killed by the NATO troops in Afghanistan’s restive Kinduz province. Afghan police and the provincial governor said the coalition forces killed Mullah Bahador, the Taliban’s ’shadow governor’ in the province, .... Source  : Taliban’s top-ranking leader killed in Afghanistan.

Crime Watch – Monthly Newsletter January 2011

Plot to bomb Pakistani PM's rally foiled

ISLAMABAD - A plot to bomb a public rally of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in Pakistan’s Sindh province has been foiled following the arrest of two militants, an official said. The prime minister addressed several gatherings of people and party workers in the country Tuesday to mark the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party’s 44th foundation .... Read the original article  : Plot to bomb Pakistani PM’s rally foiled.

Crime Watch – Monthly Newsletter December 2010

'Child soldier' Khadr gets 40-year jail at Guantanamo

TORONTO - Afghan Canadian Omar Khadr, the only child soldier and last western prisoner held at Guantanamo, has been sentenced to 40 years in jail for killing a US medic in Afghanistan in 2002. Twenty-four-year-old Khadr, whose father was a close aide of Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, was 15 when he was arrested ... Read : ‘Child soldier’ Khadr gets 40-year jail at Guantanamo.

Crime Watch – Monthly Newsletter November 2010

Report: US, EU must work better together to stop radicalized Westerners from waging terror

Report: US, EU must join to stop homegrown terror WASHINGTON - Counterterrorism experts are warning that the U.S. and Europe must work together better to stop radicalized Westerners who travel to terrorist training camps and return home to wage attacks. The warning comes as Western officials this week investigate an active terror plot they say was aimed .... Read the original article  : Report: US, EU must work better together to stop radicalized Westerners from waging terror.

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