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US Navy charges sailor with arson for fire that destroyed the $750M USS Bonhomme Richard, ...

The Daily Mail 30 Jul 2021
The U.S. Navy has charged a sailor with arson for fire that destroyed the $750 million USS Bonhomme Richard - injuring 63 people last July ... The United States Naval Institute noted that the sailor was questioned in August by the Naval Criminal Investigation Service (NCIS) and agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) ... .
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Sailor charged with arson attack on USS Bonhomme Richard missile ship

The Jerusalem Post 30 Jul 2021
“The sailor was a member of Bonhomme Richard’s crew at the time and is accused of starting the fire,” Cmdr ...Vice Adm ... The sailor being charged is the same one originally questioned in August by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), USNI News added ... .
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The “smuggler” is 40 tons of tobacco rolling in Europe.

Swords Today 29 Jul 2021
Tobacco, trucks, tax authorities ... the German octogenarian includes the verb “roll.” The 84-year-old is suspected of selling a 40-ton roll he bought in Luxembourg between 2017 and the end of 2020 — selling his own tobacco and selling it by truck to Great Britain and Ireland.
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WHO calls for tighter regulation around 'harmful' e-cigarettes

Beijing News 28 Jul 2021
Electronic cigarettes and similar devices are dangerous to health and must be regulated to curb the tobacco industry's "criminal" tactics to get young people hooked on nicotine, the World Health Organisation warned Tuesday ... Doctor Vinayak Prasad, who heads the WHO's Tobacco Free ...
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WHO chief sounds alarm on ‘harmful’ e-cigarettes, vapes

Manila Standard Today 28 Jul 2021
Geneva, SwitzerlandElectronic cigarettes and similar devices are dangerous to health and must be regulated to curb the tobacco industry’s “criminal” tactics to get young people hooked on nicotine, the World Health Organization warned Tuesday.
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WHO sounds alarm on ‘harmful’ e-cigarettes

South China Morning Post 28 Jul 2021
Electronic cigarettes and similar devices are dangerous to health and must be regulated to curb the tobacco ...
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WHO sounds alarm on 'harmful' e-cigarettes

Urdu Point 27 Jul 2021
Electronic cigarettes and similar devices are dangerous to health and must be regulated to curb the tobacco industry's "criminal" tactics to get young people hooked on nicotine, the World Health Organization warned Tuesday.
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Firestone police chief retires following months of scrutiny

Fox31 Denver 24 Jul 2021
Firestone PD audit. Unprocessed sexual assault kits and ‘overly concerning’ firearm evidence issues ... The audit also found Firestone police had been failing to report firearms data from criminal incidents into the Colorado Crime Information Center Database or participating in a U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms ballistics tracking program ... .
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Highland Park auto plant worker threatened to 'blow up' building, feds allege

Detroit news 23 Jul 2021
Antoine Reese Thomas, 29, is accused of making multiple threats this week against the Faurecia Automotive Seating plant through a third-party texting application, according to a federal criminal complaint filed Friday by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in the U.S ... At about 2.18 p.m ... cramirez@detroitnews.com. Twitter.
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Merrick Garland heading to Chicago to tackle surging gun violence

Politico 22 Jul 2021
... An official from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said that in the past, prosecutors in the “source” jurisdictions were sometimes reluctant to bring criminal cases based on false statements or omissions in gun-buying paperwork, even though such weapons sometimes turned up at crime scenes hundreds or thousands of miles away ... .
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RCMP seize $140K and 31 grams of cocaine after stopping vehicle travelling 164 km/h

Moosejaw Today 21 Jul 2021
... over $5,000, Section 355(b), Criminal Code possession of unmarked/unstamped tobacco products, Section 121.1(1), Criminal Code possession of unstamped tobacco products, Section 32(1) Excise Act purchase or possess unmarked tobacco, Section 18.1, Tobacco Tax Act of Saskatchewan.
photo: AP / Themba Hadebe
A store in Germiston, is looted, east of Johannesburg, South Africa, Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019.
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The insurrection in South Africa is about more than freeing Zuma

Al Jazeera 20 Jul 2021
These groups coalesce to defend shared interests, in particular access to rents, securing illegal markets, like the illegal tobacco trade and the country’s booming extortion industry, and protection from criminal prosecution ... He would spend the rest of his life hunted by the government, his criminal rivals and former friends until his death in 1993.
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Illegal Gun Buyer In Derby Line Sentenced To 3 Years Supervision

Caledonian Record 19 Jul 2021
Noah D. Mercier, 39, had pleaded guilty in U.S ... Attorney Eugenia A.P ... An investigation by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives eventually led to Mercier and what is known as a straw purchase – a criminal act in which a firearm is bought by one person on behalf of another who is unable to make the lawful purchase ... Probation Office.
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Police chief: Gun violence surge in Pittsfield tracked national trend; federal help hard to find

The Berkshire Eagle 14 Jul 2021
“The city of Pittsfield is a destination for trafficking criminal guns; that’s not a myth,” Wynn said, adding that data from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives supports his statement.
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Answer Man: How can we do a better job keeping America clean?

Dothan Eagle 11 Jul 2021
Jimmy Sailors. Q. My daughter has lived in Japan for 31 years as a missionary ... A ... “The most common types of litter are food packaging, bottles, cans, plastic bags, paper and tobacco products.”. States can discourage littering through a variety of methods, one of which is to create and enforce criminal penalties that punish unwanted behavior ... .

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