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Denver police eye 911 response time after killing

Denver police eye 911 response time after killing
DENVER (AP) — Authorities were investigating Wednesday whether Denver police responded quickly enough to a woman who was fatally shot at least 12 minutes into a 911 call in which she said her husband was hallucinating and asking her to shoot him.
Police: Woman on phone with 911 dispatcher when murdered WGNtv.com
Denver police want to know whether murder suspect consumed pot Los Angeles Times

MANHUNT: Fugitive Cult Leader Allegedly Said Sex With Kids Normal ‘Because It Was In God’s Word’


State and federal authorities are searching two states Wednesday for Victor Arden Barnard, the leader of a cult-like religious sect who is accused of sexually abusing at least two girls.

According to court documents provided to The Huffington Post, Ba…

Blake Farenthold Introduces Bill To Withhold Eric Holder’s Paycheck


In a targeted swipe against Attorney General Eric Holder, Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-Texas) announced legislation Tuesday that would prohibit federal employees found in contempt of Congress from receiving government paychecks.

Holder was held in contempt by House Republicans in 2012 for his non-compliance in releasing documents related to the Fast and Furious program, a botched federal gun-walking operation. Holder is the first sitting cabinet member in U.S. history to be found in contempt.

“My bill will at least prevent current and future federal employees, like Attorney General Holder, from continuing to collect their taxpayer-paid salaries while held in contempt of Congress,” Farenthold said in a statement announcing the “Contempt Act.”

Farenthold refused to question Holder during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on April 8, arguing that any other member of the public who refused to comply with a Justice Department subpoena “would be in jail.”

“The American people should not be footing the bill for federal employees who stonewall Congress or rewarding government officials’ bad behavior,” Farenthold said of his legislation.

The bill, officially introduced on Thursday, would suspend officials’ pay until the “date on which a resolution revoking such contempt is adopted by the House or Senate (as the case may be).”

In November, a group of 11 hard-line House Republicans, including Farenthold, attempted to impeach Holder for not complying with their congressional subpoena for Fast and Furious documents, among other allegations.More

Mayor ‘Kind Of Agreed’ With White Supremacist Accused Of Killing 3 At Jewish Centers


Marionville, Missouri Mayor Dan Clevenger said he “kind of agreed” with some of the beliefs of Frazier Glenn Cross, the 73-year-old accused of killing three people outside of a Jewish community center and retirement complex near Kansas City on Sunday.

Arkansas gynecologist took naked pics of patients during exams: police


A veteran Arkansas gynecologist is on the lam after a patient accused the 68-year-old doc of photographing her nude private parts without her consent during an exam at his private practice.More

Heroin a growing threat across USA, police say

Heroin a growing threat across USA, police say
WASHINGTON — Heroin and other opiate addiction is now claiming more lives in many communities than violent crime and car crashes, say America’s top law enforcement officials who gathered here Wednesday to discuss the increasing devastation caused …