CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 2000 |
Four men were arrested Saturday in Santa Ana on suspicion of manufacturing government documents in a sting operation that resulted in the seizure of phony government stamps, blank Social Security cards and INS documents. Officers seized camera equipment, photo duplicators, laminators, typewriters and various government stamps at a West Camile Street home. Police said they confiscated more than 1,700 blank U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 7, 1995 |
Police and federal agents arrested 22 people Wednesday on suspicion of making or using counterfeit government documents. Santa Ana police and Immigration and Naturalization Service agents arrested 20 people in the downtown area and two others at 113 S. Halladay St., where fake Social Security cards, driver's licenses and birth certificates reportedly were being manufactured and sold, police said.
September 11, 2000 |
Former Los Alamos scientist Wen Ho Lee, who has been jailed for nine months for allegedly stealing a vast trove of nuclear weapons secrets, is expected to be freed today after pleading guilty to one felony and pledging to cooperate with government investigators, defense and prosecution lawyers said Sunday.
April 26, 1988
Teamsters Union President Jackie Presser was dealt a setback in a federal appeals court ruling in Cleveland that denies him access to government documents compiled by federal prosecutors in their case against him. The U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a U.S. District Court ruling that granted Presser access to the documents containing possible evidence that a payroll-padding scheme at a Teamsters local in Cleveland was authorized by the FBI.
June 22, 2007 |
For the last four years, Vice President Dick Cheney has made the controversial claim that his office is not fully part of the Bush administration in order to exempt it from a presidential order regulating federal agencies' handling of classified national security information, officials said Thursday.
September 22, 1998
These are excerpts from the deposition by former White House intern Monica S. Lewinsky, dated Aug. 26. Some readers may be offended by parts of the testimony. Question: The next encounter listed is Jan. 21 of '96, also on page 2 of the exhibit. Could you describe how that encounter occurred and what happened during the encounter? Answer: Yes. I was--actually, I'm looking at this right now, and I think it might have been a Saturday--no, it was a Sunday. I'm sorry. Never mind.
April 25, 1999 |
President Clinton departed the NATO summit in such haste Saturday that he left behind perhaps the most important piece of luggage in the world--the "nuclear football." The president's military aide, who constantly shadows Clinton and carries the briefcase containing U.S. nuclear launch codes, was mistakenly left at the International Trade Center when Clinton's motorcade sped off 45 minutes early and without notice. The aide walked the 4 1/2 blocks back to the White House without incident.