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United States

Submission + - Border Patrol Agents Jailed for Doing Their Jobs!

The Town Crier writes: We should ALL be proud to Americans today. The DOJ has sentenced two US Border Patrol agents to 11 and 12 years in prison for protecting the United States of America from Mexican drug smugglers. Meanwhile, the US DOJ granted the illegal alien drug dealer full immunity for testifying against the border patrol agents! This is the kind of stuff that supposed to happen in some alternate reality sci-fi flick, NOT in the United States! President Bush has ignored many appeals from fellow republicans to grant these two men a pardon as well as ignored a petition with over 250,000 signatures from American citizens to asking him to do the same. This is truly a sad, sad, day to be an American. Here's a link to the story from FOX news: http://www.foxnews.com/printer_friendly_story/0,35 66,244193,00.html
Microsoft

Submission + - Evidence that MS violated 2002 judgement surfaces

whoever57 writes: In the Comes Vs. Microsoft case, the plaintiffs believe they have found evidence that Microsoft has failed to fully disclose APIs to competitors. If true, this would mean that Microsoft has violated the 2002 judgement. Once again, Groklaw has the scoop. This information has become avaialble since the plaintiffs have obtained an order allowing them to disclose Microsoft's alleged mis-behavior to the DOJ ("appropriate enforcement and compliance authorities").

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