“When Prisons Become Nursing Homes”

This article discusses the growing population and expense of housing elderly inmates.  Currently, the U.S. Bureau of Prisons houses over 10,000 inmates aged 60 or older.  Recent audits by the Inspector General indicate that the BOP has woefully inadequate resources to deal with the elderly inmate population. http://reason.com/archives/2017/10/22/when-prisons-become-nursing-ho  

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Duck Hunting Guide Fined $25,000

Jeffrey M. Anderson, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin, announced that Jeremy Schreiner, 33, Durand, Wis., was sentenced yesterday in U.S. District Court in Madison for violating the Lacey Act during guided duck hunts on the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife Refuge. According to an indictment filed on April 19, 2017,

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Serial Fraudster Scholar to Receive Five Years’ Probation

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Cayva Chandra pleaded guilty yesterday to one count of student loan fraud.  She had submitted forged letters of recommendation and forged transcripts to several institutions of higher learning including Cornell University.  Cornell caught and expelled her, but she was able to fraudlently enroll at Indiana Univeristy-Purdue University at Indianapolis.  She then completed her bachelor’s degree

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