Wednesday, August 1, 2018
“The Department of Justice is pleased that the suspected killer of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry has been successfully extradited to the United States and will now face justice for this terrible crime,” said Attorney General Jeff Sessions. “We are grateful for the efforts of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Marshals Service and U.S. Customs and Border Protection as well as our law enforcement partners in Mexico. To anyone who would take the life of an American citizen, in particular an American law enforcement officer, this action sends a clear message: Working closely with our international partners, we will hunt you down, we will find you, and we will bring you to justice.”
Agent Terry's sister, Kelly Terry-Willis, posted about the news on Facebook.
Twitter hires “experts in Islam” and “right-wing populism” to banish “intolerant discourse”
By Robert Spencer/ Jihad Watch
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Iran has initiated a lawsuit within the International Court of Justice, ICJ, against the United States, hoping to win a reprieve from the harsh sanctions enacted by this White House administration.
The formal complaint was launched earlier this month.
That President Donald Trump imposed too strict of sanctions and that in so doing, violated the terms of the international treaties.
From the Washington Free Beacon:
U.S. officials are fighting against a recently filed lawsuit by Iran in the International Court of Justice, or ICJ, that seeks to block the imposition of harsh new sanctions on Iran by the Trump administration, according to multiple U.S. officials who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon.
Read entire article and see video here: https://gellerreport.com/2018/07/iran-sanctions-icj.html/
Developing now, Wednesday, August 1, 2018
- Friends of a missing University of Iowa student say she had been planning to attend a wedding in the Dominican Republic this week, as baffled investigators continue to look for clues
- Facebook announced Tuesday it had uncovered 'sophisticated' attempts to influence U.S. politics ahead of the November midterms, elevating concerns about Russia and possible election tampering
- The federal fraud trial of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort began Tuesday as prosecutors focused on his lavish lifestyle; Wednesday will be the first full day of testimony
- A federal judge has issued a temporary restraining order on the blueprints on untraceable and undetectable 3D-printed plastic guns
- Embattled CBS CEO Les Moonves could address the sexual harassment allegations against him in a company earnings call this Thursday, FOX Business has learned