Man Sentenced for Operating Multi-Million Dollar International Money Laundering Scheme

Washington, DC - A Ukrainian man was sentenced Thursday to 87 months in prison and ordered to pay $98,751.64 in restitution after pleading guilty to committing wire fraud, stemming from his participation in a scheme to launder funds for Eastern European cybercriminals who hacked into and stole funds from online bank accounts of U.S. businesses.

Engineer Pleads Guilty to More Than $10 Million of COVID-Relief Fraud

Dallas, Texas - A Texas engineer pleaded guilty Tuesday for filing fraudulent bank loan applications seeking more than $10 million dollars in forgivable loans guaranteed by the Small Business Administration (SBA) under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. 

America’s Forgotten Director Warns Against Impending Border Crisis

Los Angeles, California - America’s Forgotten, a documentary directed by Namrata Singh Gujral, addresses the unintended consequences of illegal immigration. This powerful documentary shows the hardships that individuals endure in order to cross the border.

Man from Torreon sentenced to 12 years in federal prison for involuntary manslaughter and assault in Indian Country

Albuquerque, New Mexico - Allen Lewis, 26, of Torreon, New Mexico, was sentenced in federal court in Albuquerque on Feb. 4 to 12 years and five months in prison for involuntary manslaughter, assault resulting in serious bodily injury of a minor, and assault resulting in serious bodily injury in Indian Country.

Declining Media Pluralism in Hungary

Washington, DC - We are deeply concerned about declining media pluralism in Hungary. The imminent loss of the broadcasting license of one of the country’s most popular radio stations, Klubradio, threatens the departure of yet another independent voice from Hungary’s airwaves.