A federal agency known as NOAA literally steals mans boat and livelihood even after federal judge ruled against them. NOAA just ignored a federal judges ruling. It just so happens, in an odd bit of good fortune for the NOAA, that the money corruptly stolen from the NOAA's victims is then used to furnish lavish party boat cruises for NOAA employees and their kin.Read more »
when the Sowers earned over $10,000 in February, and learned they’d have to fill out paperwork at the bank for such large deposits, they simply rolled the deposits over to keep them below that amount, rather than waste time on bureaucratic red tape.
Structuring explains Overlawyered.com, is the federal criminal offense of splitting up bank deposits so as to keep them under a threshold such as $10,000 above which banks have to report transactions to the government.
New Jersey isn't giving up its effort to seize unused money on gift cards and traveler's checks.
Lawmakers voted last year to allow the seizure of cards after two to three years as a way to raise about $80 million and help balance the state's budget.Read more »
Madison County Ind. The local county has decided to evict a man from his own private property for what they deem poor living standards. In other words, the man isn't paying them enough because he chooses not to use their services.Read more »
the Corpus Christi Caller Times reported the former District Attorney of Jim Wells and Brooks Counties in Texas has been charged with going on a $4.2 million dollar drug search and seizure forfeiture spending spree in seven years. Former District Attorney Joe Frank Garza, 68, was indicted by a special grand jury facing one charge of misapplication of fiduciary property in excess of $200,000. Part of the evidence, Garza paid three of his secretaries over $1 million in bonus search and seizure cash salaries in a five year period. Secretaries whose salaries were “typically $29,000″ a year.Read more »
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