Congressmen Lobby Against “Dog” the Bounty Hunter Extradition

Members of Congress are getting involved in the fight to stop extradition of bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman to Mexico, where he would face criminal charges for catching a fugitive rapist there three years ago. Bounty hunting is illegal in Mexico. From The Washington Times — Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has been asked by […]

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Identity Plan For Cell Phone Cards to Fight Fraud

Shanghai Daily is reporting that the Chinese government is planning to require prepaid cell phone users to register their identity in an effort to fight cell phone-related crimes and fraud. From the article — CHINA may soon require more than 200 million prepaid cell phone users to register with mobile operators by showing their identity […]

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Big Brother is Watching You and Talking to You

The Council of Middlesbrough, England has set up a system of public surveillance system of security cameras that watch people and also reprimand and yell at people who are causing trouble or engaging in criminal activity. From thewest.com – “It is like a public humiliation in a way, but it means that the person won’t […]

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‘Dog’ The Bounty Hunter Arrested Today

MSNBC is reporting that bounty hunter Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman has been arrested along with two co-stars from his TV show today on charges of illegal detention and conspiracy in an alleged kidnapping in Mexico three years ago. From the article – Chapman, 53, his son Leland Chapman, and associate Timothy Chapman were taken into custody […]

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US Fingerprinting All 10 Fingers

Reuters News is reporting on a new US government security policy that will collect prints on all ten fingers of foreign visitors entering the United States. From the article — The United States now collects the prints of only the two index fingers of foreign visitors. But it will gather prints of all their fingers […]

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