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Convicted double-murderer questions FBI’s forensic evidence in ’81 slayings

An internal Justice Department report on flaws in forensic-evidence gathering by the FBI might provide the final chance for a convicted Maryland double-murderer who has served 30 years of a double-life sentence to argue for his innocence. John Norman Huffington’s ...

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Man charged with sexually exploiting teens

INDIANAPOLIS — Investigators are trying to identify hundreds of potential victims whose images were found on the computer of an Indiana man charged with coercing two teenage boys into performing sex acts for him via webcam by threatening to post ...

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Md.’s U.S. Attorney talks about why his office is targeting online gaming sites

Last week, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland lobbed the first volley against one of the biggest players in the online sports betting world when it seized the Bodog.com website and charged four of the company’s officers ...

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