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Common ground possible on gun measures

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette 01 Jul 2022
We support processes that interrupt the flow of guns to criminals without interfering with the rights of law-abiding citizens. According to Bureau of Tobacco, Alcohol and Firearms agents, only 10% of guns used in crimes are stolen ... The political, social, economic, cultural, criminal and mental health determinants must be addressed in the equation.
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Former security guard facing multiple federal charges

Cleveland Jewish News 30 Jun 2022
Thomas M ... Department of Justice’s Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms, Tobacco and Explosives in support of the June 28 criminal complaint ... The criminal complaint states that Develin’s crimes took place between Jan ... We are grateful to the U.S ... Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; and Columbus Police Chief Elaine Bryant announced the charges ... .
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How Iraq's cigarette smugglers built an empire

The New Arab 29 Jun 2022
Starting in the late 1980s, he built alliances with powerful political figures and monopolized the smuggling of black-market tobacco into Iraq before constructing a network of facilities to produce his own knock-off brands ... But now, OCCRP has compiled one of the most detailed portraits of Nasri’s involvement in the illicit tobacco trade to date.
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Revealed: How Iraq's cigarette smugglers built an empire

The New Arab 29 Jun 2022
Starting in the late 1980s, he built alliances with powerful political figures and monopolized the smuggling of black-market tobacco into Iraq before constructing a network of facilities to produce his own knock-off brands ... But now, OCCRP has compiled one of the most detailed portraits of Nasri’s involvement in the illicit tobacco trade to date.
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Two men charged after police find possible link to Texas migrant deaths

The Guardian 29 Jun 2022
... abandoned in an industrial area of the Texas city, agents with the federal bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms wrote in a criminal complaint.
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MS-13 members convicted of murder

Santa Barbara News-Press 29 Jun 2022
... the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office, the FBI, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. In July 2016, a criminal grand jury indicted 12 defendants on 50 counts — including murder with special circumstances, attempted murder, conspiracy to murder and gang conspiracy.
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gun measures

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette 28 Jun 2022
We support processes that interrupt the flow of guns to criminals without interfering with the rights of law-abiding citizens. According to Bureau of Tobacco, Alcohol and Firearms agents, only 10% of guns used in crimes are stolen ... The political, social, economic, cultural, criminal, and mental health determinants must be addressed in the equation.
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Rogersville men charged with weapons, drugs

Citizen Tribune 26 Jun 2022
11W onto State Highway 70 due to bumper law and light law violations. During the traffic stop, Det ... The HCSO Patrol Division, Narcotics Unit, Detectives, Criminal Investigation Division, Federal Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, Juvenile Court, and Adult Protective Services are all working together in this ongoing investigation ... ....
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Counterproductive federal nicotine limits will only increase harm

The Hill 23 Jun 2022
Just one month after publishing a rule to ban menthol cigarettes, President Biden intends to force tobacco companies to reduce cigarette nicotine content ... The profits these criminal groups make from tobacco smuggling are used to  human trafficking, money laundering and even terrorism.
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What’s in the bipartisan gun bill unveiled in the Senate

Sandhills Express 22 Jun 2022
The bill enhances background checks for firearms buyers under 21 years old by requiring the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) to check juvenile and mental health records through local law enforcement or state databases to determine whether a prospective gun buyer under 21 has a possibly disqualifying juvenile record.
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Suspect sought in May 23 shooting death of Fairmont man

The Robesonian 19 Jun 2022
June 18, 2022. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. WhatsApp ... The case is under investigation by the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office Homicide and Criminal Investigations Divisions. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, as well as the Fairmont Police Department and Dillon County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the investigation ... .
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Dillon Man Wanted In Death Of Fairmont Resident

The Dillon Herald 19 Jun 2022
Saturday, June 18, 2022 ... Campbell, 20, of Fairmont ... The case is being investigated by the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office Homicide and Criminal Investigations Divisions. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Fairmont Police Department and Dillon County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the investigation ... NOTE ... General Statute 15A-532 ... .
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Police arrest masked juvenile on suspicion of several charges

Norfolk Daily News 17 Jun 2022
During this contact, officers could smell alcohol coming from him and, in a search of him, Bauer said, police recovered a tobacco vaping device ... He was arrested on suspicion of obstructing a police officer, minor in consumption of alcohol, criminal mischief and being under 21 and in possession of a tobacco/electronic vaping device ... .
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MPs pass bill removing mandatory minimum sentences from some criminal offences

Castanet 16 Jun 2022
Bill C-5 would amend the Criminal Code to remove mandatory minimum sentences for all drug convictions and for some firearms and tobacco-related offences.THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Patrick Doyle ... sentences for all drug convictions and for some firearms and tobacco-related offences.
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Final House of Commons vote expected on bill reforming mandatory minimum sentencing

North Shore News 15 Jun 2022
Bill C-5 would amend the Criminal Code to remove mandatory minimum sentences for all drug convictions and for some firearms and tobacco-related offences ... of Black and Indigenous peoples in the criminal justice system.

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