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Body of complaints piled up: State knew of funeral home concerns long before FBI raid

A state agency charged with consumer protection received complaints for years about a Montrose funeral home, including concerns from other state officials, before FBI agents searched the business and ... read more

Indian radiographer who could not speak English worked at cancer hospital for SIX YEARS before being sacked after string of complaints

An Indian radiographer has ... handling of equipment and setting up a bed so badly that a supervisor had to step in to stop a patient getting injured. Mr Ramaswarmy had asked a patient to confirm thei... read more

Special report: In warehouse of horrors, body broker stacked human heads

He expounded on the significance of cadavers in the classroom and told a whimsical tale about his entry into the business – a friend bet him $10 he wouldn’t fill out a funeral home ... before a broker ... read more

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Family rattled after dog killed during warrant execution

Racine Police, the Racine County Gang Unit and FBI reportedly executed a no-knock search warrant at the home at about 5 a.m. Police told ... "My mom came over to help clean up. They found a bullet fra... read more

The Myth of the Man Arrested for Bible Study

It happened right here in the good old U.S.A… Today, Michael Salman sits in jail following a raid on his home ... Bible studies in their homes every single day. What makes this case different? A whole ... read more

Driven to death by phone scammers

He walked to the basement of the family home. He carried with him a snub-nose .38 revolver. In his suicide note, Poland told his family not to spend much on his funeral and ... here because we know wh... read more

My Take: The five biggest misconceptions about secularism

American secularists have thrown up their hands in frustration over his supersizing ... propelled the incumbent to his second term. A few months before Kerry’s defeat, an obscure state senator named B... read more

Grumbling resident has lodged more than 600 gripes with his local council

A grumbling resident has submitted more than 600 complaints ... been reported before, so citizens don't waste the council's time if they already know about an issue.' However, Hull City Council has ur... read more

Stories for March 2013

FREEPORT – Bahamian authorities made a major drug bust at the Freeport Container Port on Wednesday, seizing more than $1 million of suspected cocaine. PRINCE Hepburn, 50, was unanimously convicted of ... read more

Morrison has delivered a Menzian budget

Other funded measures, especially beefing up corporate regulators to beat off Labor's banking ... public-sector dominated world of Labor under Ben Chifley. We know how that ended in December 1949. read more

Special Report: In warehouse of horrors, body broker stacked human heads

In the mid-2000s, for example, New York state health inspectors twice ... Selling or leasing body parts is not a federal crime and is largely unrestricted in all but a few states. "The FBI told me the... read more

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