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Total Corruption: Organized Crime infiltrates British Government and Justice Systems  A leaked Scotland Yard report documents the near-total corruption of the British Government and justice system by organized criminals. This 2003 report, called "Operation Tiberius," contains a series of explosive allegations about corruption including the sale of 50,000 pounds of "get out of jail free" cards, the buying off of juries. The report also claims that a Metropolitan Police detective's son was employed to be a torturer for a gang, and that the detective impeded any investigations into that gang and the crimes his son committed. Watch out! There's no reason something like this couldn't happen today, what with all the surveillance of every person in the country! (Source

Norristown, PA Man charged with stealing debit card; other suspect at large
North Wales police said that on the afternoon of Dec. 17, officers were dispatched to the 100 block of South Sixth Street for a report of a stolen wallet that contained a debit card and other items. The victim told officers that Anthony Thomas Waller, 31, of Norristown, and Jordan Talia Proitte, 25, of Pottstown — friends of hers who had just left her residence — may have been responsible, police said. She also stated to officers that an unauthorized withdrawal of $300 from her account had just been made at an ATM at a nearby Wawa, and that two more subsequent cash withdrawal attempts in the borough using her debit card had been denied, police said. During their investigation, according to police, officers watched store security video footage showing Waller withdrawing money from an ATM at the Wawa at 710 E. Walnut St. on the afternoon of Dec. 17. Police said that less than 10 minutes later, Waller — accompanied by Proitte — tried to withdraw money from the Giant Pharmacy at 107 S. Main St. but was denied; the pair then tried to get money from an ATM at the North Wales Pub at 146 S. Main St. approximately 15 minutes after that but were again denied. Both attempted transactions were captured by security cameras at the two businesses, police said. (Source

Toms River, NJ Man Arrested Following Suspected Walmart Robbery; possession of criminal tools

3 Women charged in St. Louis County beauty supply store smash-and-grab Investigators may have a possible break in a case involving several smash and grabs at area beauty supply stores. St. Louis County Police arrested three suspected burglars with a similar motive. Police say there’s a good chance the three women arrested may have good information on the area smash and grabs if they are not directly linked to the crimes. (Source


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