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Police: 4 victims were killed in Minnesota before bodies were left in western Wisconsin field

Finger Lakes Times 21 Sep 2021
However, criminal complaints filed Wednesday against McWright and Suggs on "hiding a corpse" charges that spell out some of the events ... The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the FBI and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms are also working on the case.
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TELITA SNYCKERS: How BAT’s chickens came home to roost

Business Day 20 Sep 2021
In the past week, a spate of reports, including from the BBC and the University of Bath, has detailed how British American Tobacco (BAT) ran a spy ring in SA ... “Our efforts in combating illicit trade have been aimed at helping law enforcement agencies in the fight against the criminal trade in tobacco products,” it claimed.
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Police: 4 were shot and killed in Minnesota before they were discovered in Wisconsin cornfield

The Mercury News 20 Sep 2021
Paul, police said Monday based on their investigation ... The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are also working on the case ... He would fly in from Arizona and see Flug-Presley, an aunt of the woman told a sheriff’s office investigator, according to the Dunn County criminal complaints ... .
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Police: 4 were shot in St. Paul before they were discovered in Wisconsin cornfield

Pioneer Press 20 Sep 2021
Paul, police said Monday based on their investigation ... The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are also working on the case ... He would fly in from Arizona and see Flug-Presley, an aunt of the woman told a sheriff’s office investigator, according to the Dunn County criminal complaints ... .
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L.A. fire captain severely burned in downtown explosion sues building owners, vape shops

The Los Angeles Times 16 Sep 2021
After a criminal investigation by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Los Angeles Police Department, they were charged with more than 300 criminal counts ... Criminal charges against Lakhany and Sattar were dismissed as part of the deal.
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LA fire captain burned in explosion sues warehouse owners, vaping supply shop

The Hill 16 Sep 2021
Aguirre accuses the owners of "hazardous activity, premise liability and negligence," according to�the Los Angeles Times ... The property and store owners were charged with over 300 criminal counts after a criminal investigation by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Los Angeles Police Department.� � ... ....
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Federal agents, police nab wanted man in Shorb Blocc investigation

Canton Repository 16 Sep 2021
CANTON – Another wanted suspect in the federal investigation into a Canton criminal street gang's activity has been arrested, according to police ... Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives, the FBI and Canton Police arrested Justin Bush, 34, without incident at 9.30 p.m ... More ... .
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BAT faces new bribery allegations involving African business conduct

Winston-Salem Journal 14 Sep 2021
BAT said in Monday's response that it "has long been committed to fighting the global criminal trade in illicit tobacco." ... "These efforts in combating illicit trade have been aimed at helping law enforcement agencies in the fight against the criminal trade in tobacco products with ...
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Man accused of killing YSU athlete faces new charge

The Vindicator 14 Sep 2021
Brian Butler said Monday that Scott and the state trooper were riding together as part of the initiative announced last week by Police Chief Carl Davis and Mayor Jamael Tito Brown that brings in personnel from the OSHP, Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification; the Adult Parole Authority; U.S.
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Tobacco giant BAT sought to bribe Zimbabwe’s Mugabe to secure release of its private spies ...

Russia Today 13 Sep 2021
British American Tobacco (BAT), a London-headquartered multinational and one of the biggest companies in the UK, was the focus of the investigation ... “Our efforts in combating illicit trade have been aimed at helping law enforcement agencies in the fight against the criminal trade in tobacco products.”.
photo: US Navy / Specialist 2nd Class Jesse B. Awalt/Released
Robert Mugabe, the president of Zimbabwe, attends the 12th African Union Summit Feb. 2, 2009 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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British American Tobacco negotiated bribe for Mugabe, new evidence suggests

BBC News 13 Sep 2021
Documents show British American Tobacco (BAT) was involved in negotiations to pay between US$300,000 and US$500,000 to Mugabe's Zanu-PF party in 2013 ... What is British American Tobacco? ... Our efforts in combating illicit trade have been aimed at helping law enforcement agencies in the fight against the criminal trade in tobacco products.
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Lucky Strike maker BAT has been linked to a bribery proposal involving Robert Mugabe's political party

Business Insider 13 Sep 2021
"Panorama" reported that in 2012 the contractor, Forensic Security Services, hired a local security firm to surveil a tobacco ... Our efforts in combating illicit trade have been aimed at helping law-enforcement agencies in the fight against the criminal trade in tobacco products.
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BAT agents brokered Zimbabwe bribe proposal

Mail Guardian South Africa 13 Sep 2021
At the time BAT was paying Forensic Security Services (FSS), a South African private security contractor, to conduct a secret operation to hamper rival tobacco businesses in Zimbabwe ... “Our efforts in combating illicit trade have been aimed at helping law enforcement agencies in the fight against the criminal trade in tobacco products.
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British American Tobacco agents brokered Mugabe bribe proposal

Mail Guardian South Africa 13 Sep 2021
At the time BAT was paying Forensic Security Services (FSS), a South African private security contractor, to conduct a secret operation to hamper rival tobacco businesses in Zimbabwe ... “Our efforts in combating illicit trade have been aimed at helping law enforcement agencies in the fight against the criminal trade in tobacco products.
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