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April 17, 2013
Sanford’s latest mess: Mark Sanford, who’s currently running for Congress in South Carolina, is in legal trouble with his ex-wife Jenny Sanford, who’s accusing him of trespassing on her property and entering her house without permission on multiple occasions. Sanford has admitted to doing so once, in order to watch a football game with his son; the national Republican party has responded by pulling its funds from Sanford’s race. Sanford gained national prominence in 2009 when, as governor, he abandoned his post for a week without explanation in order to have an extramarital affair in Argentina (Photo credit: AP).

Sanford’s latest mess: Mark Sanford, who’s currently running for Congress in South Carolina, is in legal trouble with his ex-wife Jenny Sanford, who’s accusing him of trespassing on her property and entering her house without permission on multiple occasions. Sanford has admitted to doing so once, in order to watch a football game with his son; the national Republican party has responded by pulling its funds from Sanford’s race. Sanford gained national prominence in 2009 when, as governor, he abandoned his post for a week without explanation in order to have an extramarital affair in Argentina (Photo credit: AP).

16:40 // 1 year ago
February 26, 2012

Ironic: The FBI’s having trouble finding and collecting its GPS devices

  • 3,000 invasive GPS devices turned off by the FBI source

» There’s one particularly amazing line in this story: ”In some cases, he said, the FBI sought court orders to obtain permission to turn the devices on briefly — only in order to locate and retrieve them.” If you remember, the FBI had to stop using tracking devices as the result of a Supreme Court ruling that ruled that the practice was illegal without a warrant. So everyone, have a small chuckle at the fact that FBI can’t find some of its GPS devices.

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10:35 // 2 years ago