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Mexican Law Enforcement Accused Of Firing On U.s. Border Agents - los Angeles Times

Daughter-in-law pleads not guilty in woman's death

Diana Nadell court 062514 No one was injured in that incident either, and Mexican soldiers retreated back across the border. Mexican authorities called the January incident an isolated and unintended occurrence, saying soldiers simply didn't see signs marking the border crossing.
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under fire from angry investors Article by: JAMES ELI SHIFFER , Star Tribune Updated: June 28, 2014 - 6:48 PM In filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission and lawsuits, shareholders have alleged that Edward Adams has at times served as a director, officer, lawyer and stockbroker for Scio, a start-up company that has suffered net losses of $13 million since it went public, with Adams as chairman, in 2011. Edward Adams has been in a long-running battle with investors over a start-up company.
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Full Disclosure: U law prof. under fire from angry investors | Star Tribune

But in the hands of a novice, this is dangerous science. Verizon, AT&T and Sprint all declined to answer questions about how their systems work or discuss what they share with law enforcement. Experts said the algorithms for routing calls are a trade secret that the wireless carriers are inclined to keep secret. But telecommunication experts are increasingly testifying in court about how the systems actually work. For instance, in a 2012 murder case in California, AT&T radio frequency engineer Trin Lopez testified that cellphones first connect with the mobile switching center before they are routed to a cell site and that towers in the Los Angeles area have ranges of zero to 20miles, depending on the wattage of the tower and aim of the antennas.
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Experts say law enforcement?s use of cellphone records can be inaccurate - The Washington Post

Diana Nadell, who is charged with first-degree murder, appeared before state Supreme Court Justice William Kelly on Wednesday afternoon after her transport from the Rikers Island Correctional Facility to the Rockland County Courthouse delayed her scheduled appearance. Woman pleads guilty in murder-for-hire of grandmother The judge set Nadell's bail at $5 million. Nadell is being held in the New York City facility to separate her from a co-defendant, Andrea Benson, who is being held in the Rockland County jail after pleading guilty last week to murder and agreeing to cooperate with prosecutors against Nadell. Kelly called the Rikers Island placement "inconvenient" and instructed attorneys to work out a better arrangement that would allow her an "effective defense." Neither the Westchester nor Putnam county jails were able to house Nadell, prosecutor Richard Kennison Moran said.
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