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Corporations Are People Too?

Corporations Are People Too?

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Corporations Are People Too? Supreme Court Takes On Corporate Privacy Case With AT&T WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is getting involved in an unusual freedom of information dispute over whether corporations may assert personal privacy interests to prevent the government from releasing documents about them. The court on Tuesday agreed…

Supreme Court backs U.S. extradition of 7 Israelis suspected of scamming pensioners

Supreme Court backs U.S. extradition of 7 Israelis suspected of scamming pensioners

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Supreme Court backs U.S. extradition of 7 Israelis suspected of scamming pensioners The Jerusalem District Court last October ruled that the suspects could be arrested, leading the seven to take their case to the higher court; the suspects face up to 20 years in U.S. prison. By Yaniv Kubovich and…

Bomb Plot Witness Says FBI Sent Him to Terrorist Camp

Bomb Plot Witness Says FBI Sent Him to Terrorist Camp

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Bomb-Plot Witness Says FBI Sent Him to Terrorist Camp Bomb-Plot Witness Says FBI Sent Him to Terrorist Camp 16 Sep 2010 The confidential informant at the center of the case against four men accused of plotting to bomb New York City synagogues testified that the Federal Bureau of Investigation sent…

GETTING BULLDOZED – U.S. contractor accused of fraud still winning big Afghan projects

GETTING BULLDOZED – U.S. contractor accused of fraud still winning big Afghan projects

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U.S. contractor accused of fraud still winning big Afghan projects By Marisa Taylor and Warren P. Strobel | McClatchy Newspaper WASHINGTON — On July 31, 2006, an employee of the Louis Berger Group, a contractor handling some of the most important U.S. rebuilding projects in Afghanistan, handed federal investigators explosive…

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JPMorgan Brings Foreclosure Case In Mortgage In Which It Was Just A Servicer, Court Finds Bank Committed Fraud Submitted by Tyler Durden on 09/16/2010 An interesting development out of Jean Johnson, Circuit Judge in Duval Country, Florida, where in a case filed by JPMorgan/WaMu, as Plaintiff, and law firm of…

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