Showing posts with label crimes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label crimes. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Person found stabbed to death days after posting FB caution about her ex

5 days after posting the message above on her behalf Facebook page, Michelle Rowling was found stabbed to death in her apartment. Michelle posted this on Monday November 25th and was found stabbed multiple times on Saturday November 30th.

According to NYDaily News, police are searching for Michelle's ex-boyfriend, 25 year old Montrell Cooper (pictured above), who threatened to kill her once he gets out of jail. Montrell was arrested and locked up for assaulting Michelle in August. He also stabbed her in the neck in 2012.

Now in the event that you read Michelle's responses to friends on that same post, she explained that she made the statement as a result of some bad news she received. Friends later revealed that the afternoon of the ominous post, Michelle had learned that her ex-boyfriend had been released from jail.  See the Facebook post and her replies after the break

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Cultists Hold 'Safety Summit'To Battle Against Crimes

Some school-based cult groups in Edo State have come together in a alliance contrary to the spate of kidnappings, armed robberies and other violent crimes in the state.
The cult members, belonging to numerous fraternities in colleges across their state converged at the Mud Beach Resorts, Benin, on Saturday for a summit branded “Fun Peace Summit: Technique for Cultural Cohesion.”


Saturday, October 12, 2013

President GEJ seeks immunity for African leaders from ICC prosecution for war crimes, genocide

Nigeria’s President, Goodluck Jonathan, has called for an amendment of the laws governing the International Criminal Court, ICC, to allow serving African leaders to enjoy immunity from prosecution for war crimes, genocide, and war against humanity. Two serving African presidents, Sudan and Kenya, have been accused of war crimes by the ICC. Mr. Jonathan stated this on Saturday in an address at the Extraordinary Session of African Union Heads of State and Government, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 

Friday, September 6, 2013

U.S Guilty Of; War crimes, genocide, aggression and crimes against humanity.(QOD: Who will prosecute?)

As the world sits glued to their radios and TV screens and their other sources of information waiting for news of an attack on Syria other events are taking place that the nefarious planners in Mclean Virginia and Washington have successfully distracted the world’s attention from. At the cost of a couple of hundred Syrian lives, which in reality mean nothing for the Americans and their Al-Qaeda elements in Syria, the US has perhaps yet failed to launch another act of aggression and commit another crime against peace, but it has succeeded in accomplishing several other objectives.
Continue after the break.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Maryland Men Sentenced to Prison Terms for Roles in Identity Theft and Bank Fraud Scheme Crimes Caused More Than $90,000 in Losses

WASHINGTON—Oluyinka Akinadewo was sentenced today to 46 months in prison in connection with his participation in a scheme in which compromised identity information was used to commit bank fraud throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

Akinadewo’s co- defendant, Olabimpe M. Olejiya, was sentenced on October 11, 2012, to 35 months in prison for his participation in the scheme and his attempted flight from prosecution.

The sentencings, which took place in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, were announced

Sunday, September 30, 2012

EFCC advises travellers not to exceed $10000 forex limit

Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Sunday advised persons travelling out of Nigeria not to exceed the statutory $10,000 foreign exchange limit.

EFCC Secretary, Mr. Emmanuel Akomaye, who gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja, said any traveller carrying any amount above the limit should be prepared to declare it to Customs.

Akomaye blamed Nigeria’s fraud, terrorism, money laundering and drug vulnerability on its cash-based economy and commended the National Assemby for showing commitment to strengthening Nigeria’s anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism laws.

The commission on Thursday arrested a 24 year-old Nigerian, Abubakar Tijani Sheriff, for allegedly attempting to travel out with the sum of $7 million (N1,120,000 billion).

He was arrested at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos as he was trying to travel to Dubai aboard a United Arab Emirates flight.

After his arrest, he said that he had a total sum of $4.5million.

But when he was thouroughly searched, he was found to have $7,049,444 on him.

He later confessed that he was a courier for 20 individuals who hired him to take the money for them to Dubai.

Authorities said they were working on the theory that he was a money laundering courier.

He has reportedly named 20 individuals who sent him on the errand.

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Source : punchng[dot]com


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