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Northern Ireland: Police need
Mr Justice Weir did us all a service when he laid into the police over their investigation of the Omagh bombing.

He made it abundantly clear that the police had bungled the case, particularly the collection and handling of DNA evidence, and that some officers had tried to deceive the court over their role.


The NI Forensic Service also felt the lash of the judge's tongue and the Public Prosecution Service must have red faces at allowing the case ever to go before the courts. The bombing which killed 29 people in 1998 involved up to 18 terrorists in making the bomb and a... Read more

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New Mexico police officer arrested on bribery, prostitution charges after allegedly soliciting women

Police in Albuquerque say they've arrested a state police officer after an
investigation that began when he was spotted picking up a prostitute.

A warrant charges 34-year-old Timothy Carlson with extortion, bribery, soliciting
prostitution, sex charges and violating ethics laws. He was arrested late Friday
after he allegedly picked up a prostitute who had been acting as a police informant
and drove to the state fairground and parked.

He was in custody at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Albuquerque on
Saturday. Online records didn't list an attorney.

The warrant alleges that Carlson had sex several times with female prostitutes he
picked up in Albuquerque while driving his unmarked police vehicle. He was
assigned to the Department of Public Safety's special investigations division.
 
 


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