FBI’s Top Ten - 10.21.11

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  1. Wolfmoon

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    FBI — FBI’s Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending October 21, 2011

    Washington, D.C. October 21, 2011
    • FBI National Press Office(202) 324-3691
    1. Philadelphia: Two Indicted in Connection with ‘Jihad Jane’ Terrorism Conspiracy

      Ali Charaf Damache, an Algerian man who resided in Ireland, and Mohammad Hassan Khalid, a Pakistani citizen and U.S. lawful permanent resident who resided in Maryland, were charged in a superseding indictment with conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Full Story
    2. Minneapolis: Two Women Convicted of Providing Material Support to al Shabaab

      Following a 10-day trial, Rochester, Minnesota residents Amina Farah Ali and Hawo Mohamed Hassan, both naturalized U.S. citizens from Somalia, were found guilty of providing material support to al Shabaab, a designated terrorist organization. Full Story
    3. Headquarters: 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment Issued

      According to the 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment released by the National Gang Intelligence Center, approximately 1.4 million gang members belonging to more than 33,000 gangs were criminally active in the U.S. as of April, 2011. Full Story
    4. Newark: Former Louis Berger Group Inc. CEO Charged in Fraudulent Billing Scheme for Iraq, Afghanistan Reconstruction Contracts

      The former president and CEO of New Jersey-based international engineering consulting company Louis Berger Group Inc. surrendered to the FBI to face a six-count indictment alleging he led a scheme to intentionally overbill the U.S. in connection with hundreds of millions of dollars in overseas reconstruction contracts over a nearly 20-year period. Full Story
    5. Indianapolis: Chinese National Pleads Guilty to Economic Espionage and Theft of Trade Secrets

      Kexue Huang, a Chinese national and a former resident of Carmel, Indiana, pled guilty to one count of economic espionage to benefit a foreign university tied to the People’s Republic of China and one count of theft of trade secrets. Full Story
    6. Washington Field: FDA Chemist Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading on Pharmaceutical Stocks

      A Food and Drug Administration chemist pled guilty to one count of securities fraud and one count of making false statements related to a $3.7 million insider trading scheme. Full Story
    7. Phoenix: Man Sentenced for 1973 Murder of Tucson Woman

      William Floyd Zamastil, who is currently serving three life sentences for murders he committed in Wisconsin and California, received another life term for the 1973 rape and murder of Tucson resident Leesa Jo Shaner, who was the daughter of a former FBI agent. Full Story
    8. Kansas City: Two California Men Indicted for $8.5 Million Mortgage Fraud Scheme

      Two California men were indicted for a mortgage fraud scheme that defrauded a failed Sugar Creek, Mo., bank of more than $8.5 million. Full Story
    9. Salt Lake City: Leader of Canyon County Meth Trafficking Organization Sentenced to Federal Prison

      Amanda Smith was sentenced for her leadership role in a methamphetamine trafficking organization that imported multiple pounds of 100 percent pure methamphetamine from Nevada to Idaho. The organization distributed to Norteno gang members throughout Canyon County. Full Story
    10. San Diego: San Diego Police Arrest Hells Angels Motorcycle Club Associate Charged in Federal Drug Conspiracy Investigation

      Mary Elizabeth Saber was arrested by San Diego Police detectives and was one of 34 defendants previously charged with violating federal drug charges. The charges stem from a two-year investigation conducted by the FBI’s Violent Crime Gang Task Force that focused on methamphetamine trafficking and violent crimes committed by the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, San Diego Charter, and its criminal partners. Full Story
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    Napolitano: Jailed Illegals Will Get Phone Number to Report Civil Rights Violations
    October 26, 2011 - Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told the House Judiciary Committee in written testimony submitted Wednesday that illegal aliens taken into custody by local law enforcement and turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement will be given a phone number to call if they believe their civil rights have been violated.

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