(INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.) ATF REPORT: Haughville Drug Trafficking Organisation Dismantled: On Feb.13.2019: agents and officers from various law enforcement agencies of the centralised community leading to arrest of 22-individuals and seizing approximately 40 firearms, $155,000 in currency, 3 vehicles, and quantities of heroin, fentanyl, methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Feb.21: United States Attorney Josh J. Minkler today announced federal criminal charges against 24 individuals for a methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine distribution conspiracy and a federal firearms related charge: On February 13, 2019, agents and officers from various law enforcement agencies executed arrest and search warrants in numerous locations centralised to the Haughville community in Indianapolis, Indiana. This operation led to the arrest of 22 individuals: During the investigation approximately 40 firearms, $155,000 in currency, 3 vehicles, and quantities of heroin, fentanyl, methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana were seized

According to the indictment, Jshaun Trice and Terrence Stum directed the activities of a methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine trafficking organization in Indianapolis, Indiana: Jshaun Trice, Terrence Stum, Demetrick Holder and Gerald Hoskins coordinated their activities by receiving methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine from diverse sources, sharing controlled substances with each other, and distributing the controlled substances to customers……….Individuals in the conspiracy distributed methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine on the 700 block of Arnolda Avenue, in the Haughville neighborhood in Indianapolis, Indiana, among other locations.

Utilising the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force model, the Justice Department works collaboratively to target, investigate and prosecute organizations engaged in dangerous and harmful drug trafficking activity in our community,” said Josh Minkler. “This year, the United States Attorney’s Office created a standalone OCDETF Unit led by Senior Litigation Counsel Bradley A. Blackington to tackle and unearth individuals and organizations operating to the detriment of communities like Haughville. The challenges we face are not insurmountable when we pair criminal prosecution as a deterrent with wraparound services like those being offered by the City in this instance.”

“Our community and the Haughville neighborhood deserve better than to be re-victimized by the crime and violence they have endured,” said Mayor Joe Hogsett: “This means the illicit economy and criminal infrastructure that existed here must be replaced with hope and opportunity. And so our Office of Public Health and Safety will be convening community and City resources to help fill the needs of a neighborhood in recovery.”

“The individuals removed from our community account for thousands of reported violent crimes: These arrests will reduce not only the amount of illicit drugs in our city, but also the violence that accompanies the drug trade,” said IMPD Chief Bryan Roach. “To break the cycle of drug-related crime and violence, we must fill the economic vacuum left behind, which is why the wraparound services that will be available are critically important to the safety of our city. The dedicated women and men of the IMPD will continue to work alongside our local and federal partners to improve the safety of our neighborhoods and the quality of residents’ lives.”………………“As violence and drug trafficking tactics evolve, so does the strategy we implement with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies as well as our community partners,” Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry stated. “We are your neighbours, and we are committed to improving public safety in every neighbourhood of our county.”……………“This is a great example of the synergy that can be gained when law enforcement pools resources and works together to bring down criminal drug organisations,” said Inspector in Charge Patricia Armstrong of the Detroit Division, U.S. Postal Inspection Service.

Gabriel Grchan, Special Agent in Charge of IRS Criminal Investigation said: “IRS Criminal Investigation is charged with disrupting the money flow of criminal organizations. Our agents trace criminal proceeds and work to deprive criminals of their illicit spoils. Together with our OCDETF partners we dismantle illegal drug and money laundering enterprises that try to take root in Indiana.”

Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter said: “Partnerships like this are what put criminal organizations out of business and their operators in prison.” Carter continued, “For those who are addicted, there is help, but for those who are contributing to – and profiting from – the addiction and misery of others; we have prison cells waiting.”

In October 2017, United States Attorney Josh J. Minkler announced a Strategic Plan designed to shape and strengthen the District’s response to its most significant public safety challenges: The Organised Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) is utilised to target, investigate, and prosecute more violent criminal organisations, with a goal of detaining and sentencing more violent offenders to significant prison terms. See United States Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Indiana Strategic Plan Section 2.1

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(LAS VEGAS, Nev.) US Marshalls Report: Francillon Pierre Missing for 30yrs ago when one woman lost track of her toddler at a swap meet but detectives reopened the case and realised this was attempted identity theft: On January 29th, Amy Fleming, now 60-years-old, was apprehended in Fla. and she was extradited to the North Las Vegas Police where she will face murder charges #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Feb.21: Over 30 years ago, one woman from Nevada lost track of her toddler at a swap meet. The child’s disappearance was very suspicious considering the woman and her fiancé were both awaiting trial for allegedly abusing the boy. Weeks passed, and the couple both decided to plead guilty to the child abuse charges against them: They were ultimately sentenced to a short probation term. 

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Three-year-old Francillion “Yo-Yo” Pierre was still listed as missing. For decades, detectives never gave up hope on locating the youngster: Suspicion peaked in 2018 when an individual, claiming to be the long lost Francillion, attempted to apply for a copy of his birth certificate. Detectives investigated and realised the situation was another case of attempted identity theft.

Despite the setback, police decided to reopen the 30-year-old case: After re-examining the evidence, one officer discovered letters between the boy’s mother, Amy Elizabeth Fleming, and her fiancé, Lee Luster, that were written while both were serving time in jail. 

Detectives re-interviewed several witnesses from the 1986 incident: No one at the swap meet remembered seeing the suspect or her child the day in question. Although police have not confirmed what new evidence was obtained, they did state that new witnesses came forward. Investigators obtained enough information to make an arrest. 

On January 29th, Amy Fleming, now 60-years-old, was apprehended in Florida by U.S Marshals. Over the weekend, she was extradited to the North Las Vegas Police where she will face murder charges. The investigation is still ongoing because no body has been recovered, and there was no “smoking gun” that led to the arrest. 

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(PHARR, Texas.) CBP REPORT: Pharr International Bridge hit the drug-smuggling organizations hard this weekend with a substantial interception of hard narcotics, seizing $12-million worth of methamphetamine hidden in a trailer #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Feb.21: U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Pharr International Bridge hit the drug-smuggling organizations hard this weekend with a substantial interception of hard narcotics, seizing $12,700,000 worth of methamphetamine: “This was an outstanding interception our officers accomplished this weekend,” said Port Director David Gonzalez, Hidalgo/Pharr/Anzalduas Port of Entry. “Our officers’ astute sense of awareness and tenacity is unparalleled and truly commendable.”

Packages containing 906 pounds of methamphetamine seized by CBP officers at Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge

Packages containing 906 pounds of
methamphetamine seized by CBP officers at
Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge.

On Feb. 16, CBP officers working at the Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge cargo facility encountered a 42-year-old male Mexican citizen with a commercial shipment of frozen strawberries arriving from Mexico: CBP referred the shipment for further inspection and with the use of all available tools and resources, officers discovered 350 packages of alleged methamphetamine concealed within the trailer. CBP OFO seized 906 pounds of methamphetamine (411 kg) along with the tractor/trailer.

This seizure was accomplished with the utilization of non-intrusive imaging (NII) equipment along with assistance from CBP (canine teams).

CBP OFO arrested the man involved in the seizure and subsequently released him to the custody of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) agents for further investigation.

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(WASHINGTON) CBP/USACE Began construction on the ‘ San Diego Secondary Wall Project ‘ w hich includes the replacement of existing secondary barrier with a 30 ft. tall steel bollard wall. This pro ject is directly north to the San Diego primary fence replacement project that is currently under constructi on funded with FY 2017 funding #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Feb.21: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), in partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), will begin construction on the San Diego Secondary Wall Project with the first panels to be in place on February 18, 2019: On December 20, 2018, CBP awarded a contract to construct up to 14 miles of secondary wall in California within the U.S. Border Patrol’s (USBP) San Diego Sector (SDC). The contract was awarded to SLSCO Ltd. using CBP’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 appropriations.

The secondary wall project includes the replacement of existing secondary barrier with a 30 ft. tall steel bollard wall: This project is directly north to the San Diego primary fence replacement project that is currently under construction funded with FY 2017 funding. These two important barriers, in combination with a patrol road and technology, create an enforcement zone for the USBP as part of a border wall system. Given the high-density population in the San Diego-Tijuana area, the updated border infrastructure is critically needed.

Border barriers, along with appropriate technology, roads and personnel, have significantly reduced illegal entry in SDC, however more work remains to be done: In FY 2018, there were approximately 38,000 apprehensions in the SDC by USBP.

CBP continues to implement President Trump’s Executive Order 13767 also known as Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements – and continues to take steps to expeditiously plan, design, and construct a physical wall along the southern border, using appropriate materials and technology to most effectively achieve operational control of the southern border.

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(LONDON) MET APPEAL: Detectives require publics help in tracing Michael Gowie in connection with two incidents one of ‘ sexual assault ‘ on Fri.14:Dec: and one of ‘ burglary ‘ on Thurs .04: Oct: Both in the area of Holborn: Public warned he is CONSIDERED DANGEROUS and not to approach him #Ace NewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Feb.20: Police in Camden are appealing for help from the public to trace Michael Gowie…………Detectives wish to speak with Gowie, 41, in connection with a sexual assault on a woman, aged in her 30s, on Friday, 14 December 2018 in Holborn…………….Officers also want to speak with Gowie about a burglary which took place on Thursday, 4 October 2018 at an address in High Holborn, WC1.

Appeal to trace this man following sexual assault in Holborn.

For an immediate sighting, members of the public should not approach Gowie, who is considered dangerous: Instead, they should dial 999 quoting CAD reference 4084/15DEC18.

Anyone who has previously seen Michael Gowie or has information about his whereabouts is asked to call North East Command Unit on 101, again quoting reference CAD 4084/15DEC18: To remain anonymous call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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(CARACAS, Venezuela.) JUST IN: Security forces have executed several people and arbitrarily detained hundreds of others in a campaign to punish people who protested against @NicolasMaduro, according to @amnesty Tension At Venezuelan Embassy In Costa Rica: pro-Maduro men trying to violently enter the Venezuelan Embassy #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Feb.20: Venezuelan security forces under the command of Nicolás Maduro executed and used excessive force against people, and arbitrarily detained hundreds of others, including teenagers, in an escalation of their policy of repression as a means of controlling the people of Venezuela and particularly to punish residents of impoverished neighborhoods that decided to protest between 21 and 25 January 2019, said Amnesty International today: “The authorities under Nicolás Maduro are trying to use fear and punishment to impose a repulsive strategy of social control against those who demand change. His government is attacking the most impoverished people that it claims to defend, but instead it murders, detains and threatens them,” said Erika Guevara-Rosas, Americas director at Amnesty International.

Venezuela has suffered a major crisis of massive human rights violations for years, with shortages of food, medicines, hyperinflation, violence and political repression forcing more than three million people to flee the country since 2015: Faced with this bleak reality, thousands have taken to the streets to demand a change in government. From 21 to 25 January, numerous demonstrations were registered, many of them in impoverished areas, where protests demanding this change had not previously been so visible. There is a strong presence of pro-Nicolás Maduro armed groups (commonly known as “colectivos”) in these areas, where residents depend to a large extent on the currently limited state programs to distribute staple foods.

The authorities under Nicolás Maduro are trying to use fear and punishment to impose a repulsive strategy of social control against those who demand change.

Erika Guevara-Rosas, Americas director at Amnesty International

In just five days, at least 41 people died during these protests, all of them from gunshot wounds. More than 900 were arbitrarily detained, and just on 23 January (the day that demonstrations were held across the country), 770 arbitrary arrests were reported: During a research mission in the states of Lara, Yaracuy, Vargas, and different locations in Caracas, from 31 January to 17 February, Amnesty International gathered more than 50 testimonies and documented 15 emblematic cases, including some of serious human rights violations and crimes under international law. The findings of this investigation will soon be fully expanded on in a public report.

The evidence gathered in these different locations shows typical patterns: These indicate that the state authorities carried out selective extrajudicial executions as a method of social control using the Bolivarian National Police (PNB), mainly through its Special Actions Force (FAES), against people who participated in some way in the protests. The more impoverished areas of Caracas and other parts of the country were particularly affected and stigmatized, registering the highest numbers of victims, who were later presented as “criminals” killed in clashes with the authorities.

Extrajudicial executions: Amnesty International documented six extrajudicial executions at the hands of the FAES in several locations across the country, all with a similar modus operandi. In each case, the victims were in some way linked to the protests that had been held in previous days and the criticism that several of them had made against Nicolás Maduro had gone viral on social networks: The six victims were all young men whom authorities publicly described as having been killed in clashes with the FAES. This public security force tampered with the crime scenes and portrayed the victims as delinquents, saying that several of them had a criminal record, in an attempt to justify their deaths……………..“As we have seen many times in Venezuela, the authorities want us to believe that those who died during the protests – mainly young people from low-income areas – were criminals. Their only crime was daring to ask for change and to demand a dignified existence,” said Erika Guevara-Rosas.

Luis Enrique Ramos Suárez was 29 years old when FAES officers executed him on 24 January in the city of Carora: The day before, a voice note announcing protests against Nicolás Maduro and Carora’s mayor’s office had gone viral. In this voice note, Luis Enrique was mentioned by his nickname as one of the organisers.

On 24 January, more than 20 heavily armed and mostly masked members of the FAES illegally raided the Ramos Suárez household and mistreated the 10 family members who were present, including six children: After identifying Luis Enrique by his nickname, they made him kneel in the middle of the room while one officer took photos and others beat him: They locked the other family members in different rooms of the house, threatened them and beat them in different parts of the body. They then forcibly removed them from their home and transferred them in a PNB convoy to a location two kilometers from the house. Minutes later, they shot Luis Enrique twice in the chest. He died immediately.

According to the testimonies obtained, after executing Luis Enrique, FAES officers fired inside the house to simulate a shootout: In addition to fabricating evidence, they tampered with the crime scene, dragging the corpse to a vehicle in which it was finally transferred to the morgue, thus violating the minimum protocols for criminal investigation.

Excessive use of force: Amnesty International also documented the cases of two young men killed and a young man wounded by firearms at the hands of state security forces while participating in protests……………….Both the PNB and the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB) participated in operations of this nature.

Alixon Pizani, a 19-year-old baker, died on 22 January from a bullet wound to the thorax while protesting with a group of friends in Catia, west of Caracas: According to witnesses, an officer wearing a PNB uniform mounted on a motorcycle fired a handgun at random into the crowd, seriously injuring two people.

Arbitrarily detaining more than a hundred adolescents and subjecting them to cruel treatment, which at times may have constituted torture, shows how far the authorities are willing to go in their desperate attempts to stop the protests and subdue the population.

Erika Guevara-Rosas, Americas director at Amnesty International

Without receiving any help from the authorities, Alixon was transferred to a health center, where he died: Alixon’s family says that FAES officials began firing rounds at his friends and relatives at the hospital entrance, who immediately took refuge inside. To date there is no evidence that the public prosecutor’s office has initiated an investigation.

Arbitrary detentions: According to Venezuela’s Foro Penal, the authorities detained 137 children and adolescents throughout the country from January 21 to 31. Of those cases, Amnesty International documented the arbitrary detention of six people, including four teenagers who participated in a protest, or simply watched it from close by, in the city of San Felipe on January 23.

In an interview with Amnesty International, they said that upon being arrested, the authorities beat them, called them “guarimberos” (protestors who use violence) and “terrorists”, exposed them to irritant substances, deprived them of sleep, and threatened to kill them: According to their testimony, the officials who detained them belonged to several different state security forces and were accompanied by people dressed in civilian clothes……….“Arbitrarily detaining more than a hundred adolescents and subjecting them to cruel treatment, which at times may have constituted torture, shows how far the authorities are willing to go in their desperate attempts to stop the protests and subdue the population,” said Erika Guevara-Rosas………..The four teenagers were accused of crimes that, according to national law, they should not have been held in detention for, yet they were imprisoned for eight days by court order. They spent four of those days at the Rehabilitation Center for Minors, a military institution where they had their heads shaved and were forced to sing phrases like “We are Chávez’s children”…………….On 29 January, one of the judges in charge of three of these cases publicly stated that she had been ordered to keep the adolescents in custody, despite there being no legal justification. After making this complaint, she was removed from her position and left the country. The four adolescents are awaiting their trial and remain subject to restrictions on their freedom.

International justice is the only hope for victims of human rights violations in Venezuela. It is time to activate all available mechanisms to prevent further atrocities

Erika Guevara-Rosas, Americas director at Amnesty International

The young men expressed how frustrating it was to live in an economic, social and political crisis at their age, where studying, eating or finding clothing is a daily challenge: Some expressed their desire to leave Venezuela in search of a better future.

Preliminary recommendations: The Venezuelan authorities must put an end to the policies of repression that they have developed in recent years and fulfill their obligation to guarantee justice, truth and reparation for victims of human rights violations or crimes under international law……………………..“The Venezuelan justice system seems to have a policy of abandoning the victims of human rights violations. The few people brave enough to file reports are left defenceless and in danger due to the lack of a response from the authorities,” said Erika Guevara-Rosas………………Due to the severe obstacles that obstruct the path justice in Venezuela, Amnesty International calls on the United Nations Human Rights Council to take action to address the total impunity that prevails in Venezuela, through the creation of an independent investigative body to monitor and report on the human rights situation in the country.

In addition, the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court should consider these facts, and if it deems them well founded, incorporate them as part of the preliminary examination already underway on Venezuela: Finally, countries genuinely concerned about the human rights situation in Venezuela should explore the application of universal jurisdiction, which serves as an alternative path to justice for victims that cannot access it locally…………..“International justice is the only hope for victims of human rights violations in Venezuela. It is time to activate all available mechanisms to prevent further atrocities,” said Erika Guevara-Rosas.

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#AceNewsDesk report ………Amnesty International – Published: February.20: 2019:

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(BOSTON, Mass.) BPD APPEAL: Homicide Detectives are looking for the public’s assistance in identifying the individuals in these photo’s relative to a stabbing that occurred in East Boston on Sun.17: Feb: 2019 : at about 01:55am #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Feb.20: These individuals are not wanted at this time: This information is being provided for identification purposes only: At about 1:55 AM on Sunday, February 17, 2019, officers assigned to A-7 (East Boston) responded to a radio call for a person stabbed in the area of Chelsea Street, East Boston: On arrival the officers observed an adult male suffering from a stab wound: The male was transported to a local hospital where he is being treated for life- threatening injuries.

These individuals are not wanted at this time: This information is being provided for identification purposes only.

The Boston Police Department is actively reviewing the facts and circumstances surrounding this incident: Anyone with information is strongly urged to contact Boston Police Homicide Detectives at (617) 343-4470.

Community members wishing to assist this investigation anonymously can do so by calling the CrimeStoppers Tip Line at 1 (800) 494-TIPS or by texting the word ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463). The Boston Police Department will stringently guard and protect the identities of all those who wish to help this investigation in an anonymous manner.

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