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Monthly Archives: May 2019

Florida Lawmakers Push FBI to Name Counties Hacked by Russia

Members of Florida’s congressional delegation said Thursday it was unacceptable that the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security will not publicly identify the two counties where Russian hackers gained access to voter databases before the 2016 election. A bipartisan group of lawmakers said after a classified FBI briefing that they were told the county names but were not allowed Continue Reading...

Gunman in Fatal Blue Martini Shooting is Ex-DEA Agent: Fort Lauderdale Police

The gunman involved in a shooting inside Fort Lauderdale’s Blue Martini nightclubthat left a man dead is a retired DEA agent, police confirmed Thursday. The shooter, 52-year-old Andre Clark, has not been charged in the May 8 death of 43-year-old Arnold Person, who was fatally shot inside the club just minutes before his 44th birthday. Fort Lauderdale Police Maj. Frank Sousa Continue Reading...

Rapper Kodak Black Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Weapons Charges After Rolling Loud Arrest

Rapper Kodak Black has pleaded not guilty to federal weapons charges that prevented him from performing last weekend at the Rolling Loud hip-hop festival, around which several violent incidents occurred. A judge on Wednesday also granted the 21-year-old Black release on $550,000 bond and house arrest, although he faces other criminal cases that could keep him locked up. In the Continue Reading...

Newlywed Lost at Sea Declared Dead by South Florida Judge

The May 9th order declares that Isabella Hellman, 41, is presumed dead at sea. Her husband Lewis Bennet, 42, faces sentencing in his wife’s death this month after pleading guilty in November to involuntary manslaughter. The plea agreement caps his potential prison sentence at 8 years. Bennet was found alone in a lifeboat packed with provisions and $100,000 worth of Continue Reading...

Judge: Kraft’s Prosecutors Cannot Use Massage Parlor Hidden Camera Video

Prosecutors cannot use secretly recorded video allegedly showing New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft engaging in massage parlor sex, a judge ruled Monday, striking a serious blow to their case charging him with soliciting prostitutes. In his 10-page ruling, Judge Leonard Hanser wrote that Jupiter police detectives and the judge who issued the search warrant allowing the secret installation of cameras at Continue Reading...

Palm Beach County-Based Broadcaster is Russian Foreign Agent: Judge

A federal judge has ruled a Florida-based broadcasting company that provides Russian programs to a Washington radio station must register as an agent of a foreign government. The Justice Department said in a news release Tuesday that RM Broadcasting of Jupiter, Florida, was essentially providing publicity for Russia through an agreement with state-run Rossiya Segodnya. That entity’s “Sputnik” programming is Continue Reading...

Woman Arrested for CBD Oil at Disney World Demands Apology

A 69-year-old woman is demanding an apology for her arrest at a Walt Disney World security checkpoint last month after a guard found CBD oil while searching her purse. Hester Burkhalter has hired high-profile attorney Benjamin Crump, who represented Trayvon Martin’s family. Crump said Tuesday that Disney World and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office “need to take responsibility for their actions” or Continue Reading...

Former federal agent files lawsuits over alleged false arrests

A South Florida woman has taken legal action after officers forcibly took her into custody on two separate occasions, all stemming from a neighborhood parking dispute. Susan Khoury claims officers violated her civil rights by detaining her for recording video and photos in public. Video obtained exclusively by Local 10 News shows the first incident from January 2015. Cellphone video shows Continue Reading...