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2 American Families Are Mourned After Plane Crash in Costa Rica
Jan. 1, 2018
In Scarsdale, an affluent suburb in Westchester County, just north of New York City, the Westchester Reform Temple learned on Sunday of the deaths of husband and wife Bruce M. Steinberg, 50, and Irene G. Steinberg, 51; and their sons, Zachary J. Steinberg, 19; William A. Steinberg, 18; and Matthew B. Steinberg, 13. Zachary was a student at Johns Hopkins University, and William at the University of Pennsylvania.
The family supported a nonprofit organization, Seeds of Peace, that trains prospective leaders from around the world in conflict resolution.
Rebecca Gorman, who attended Seeds of Peace camps in Maine with William Steinberg,
Leslie Adelson Lewin, the executive director of Seeds of Peace, said that William had “ambitions for a political career that were formed at Seeds of Peace” and that his mother was especially passionate about the organization because she had a background in social work.
Seeds of Peace has made a Commitment to Action at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) to accelerate local social change endeavors that have the potential to positively impact the dynamics of conflict in and between communities in the Middle East.
The $1.5 million three-year commitment was presented by Seeds of Peace Executive Director Leslie Lewin at the 2015 CGI Middle East & Africa Meeting held May 5-7 in Marrakech.
“This is big step forward for the organization and its ability to accelerate the impact of changemakers in conflict areas,” said Lewin. “We are honored to be sharing the commitment at the Clinton Global Initiative, and for the continuing support of President Clinton for our work with emerging leaders.”
The arrests are the culmination of 31-month Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force investigation (OCDETF) dubbed Operation Wrecking Ball.
During the 2-day law enforcement operation that spanned multiple jurisdictions and states, authorities took a total of 43 people into custody. They join the four individuals who were previously in custody. Nine are considered fugitives and warrants remain outstanding for their arrests.
The indictment, which was returned in November 2018 and unsealed today, alleges the defendants engaged in a variety of coc aine and heroin transactions. Some also allegedly conspired to commit money laundering and illegally transferred money to avoid reporting requirements.
The charges allege the crimes occurred between Feb. l, 2016, and April 19, 2018. According to the indictment, the drugs were smuggled into the United States from Colombia and Mexico. Heroin and Cocaine was then distributed through Houston to Atlanta, Georgia; Buffalo and New York, N.Y.; Miami, Florida; New Orleans, Louisiana; and Norfolk, Virginia.
originally posted by: Slichter
a reply to: RelSciHistItSufi
I think this may be esoteric.
An FBI agent was searching for a secret location based on fragments from two movies.
"The Wizard of OZ"
"Silence of the lambs"
We are about a month early.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: crankyoldman
I'm sure Barack Obama and Valerie Jarrett had no idea that 7 of the Admin's top Intel and Law Enforcement officials were conspiring with each other, to help Hillary/hurt Trump.