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Aida Shyef Al-Kadi was so humiliated by the actions of Ramsey County jail officers that she studied law at a library and filed a federal lawsuit representing herself.
They reported that the FBI has access to driver's licenses, passports, mugshots and other photos that can be used by facial recognition technology.
The suspect's top was emblazoned with an anti-drug slogan.
Quote: The first time I had a panic attack I was sitting in my friend’s house, and I thought the house was burning down. Follow
Ohio Police say a woman was so upset by the unflattering photo detectives posted to Facebook that she called them and demanded
In 2014, how is it possible for so many people to be shocked and appalled this gorgeous felon would elicit such widespread support? Here's a hot tip: we're shallow.
An accused bank robber might have gotten away with the crime if not for a key piece of evidence: his car keys. Police say
Hodges claimed to be browsing for mango and banana trees. In lieu of paying for his plant products, the Floridian allegedly
That excuse might sometimes get you out of a speeding ticket, but Hubert Lee Credit couldn't justify allegedly stealing an