New Jersey man on FBI’s Most Wanted list caught in Virginia


New Jersey man on FBI’s Most Wanted list caught in Virginia
  1. New Jersey man on FBI’s Most Wanted list caught in Virginia
    o.seattletimes.com
    NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey murder suspect who was recently added to the FBI’s Most Wanted Fugitives list has been captured in Virginia. Federal authorities announced Saturday that Walter Yovany Gomez was arrested Friday in Woodbridge, thanks in part to tips from the public. They will now seek to extradite him to New […
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NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey murder suspect who was recently added to the FBI’s Most Wanted Fugitives list has been captured in Virginia.

Federal authorities announced Saturday that Walter Yovany Gomez was arrested Friday in Woodbridge, thanks in part to tips from the public. They will now seek to extradite him to New Jersey, where he faces murder and racketeering charges.

It wasn’t known Saturday if Gomez has retained an attorney.

The FBI says Gomez and a co-conspirator in Plainfield struck Julio Matute in the head with a bat, sliced his throat and stabbed him in the back 17 times w…

  1. SOTT FOCUS: No country for old monuments

    Sott.net - World
    08.17 / 23:12 sott.net
    I am not come to argue with facility the nuances of states' rights, or the socio-economic causation of the American Civil War. I am not come to censure nor to support nor to give up an apologetic for either side. I am come to discuss the meaning of a monument, that strange word which enters our language from Latin - monere - to remind, through Middle English, in the form of monumentum denoting a burial…
  2. Chinese diplomacy forces the US and North Korea to stop the 'war of words'

    Sott.net - World
    08.17 / 23:12 sott.net
    As predicted by The Duran Chinese diplomacy and Chinese warnings have forced Washington and Pyongyang to stop the 'war of words' which was escalating the crisis in the north Pacific. Four days ago, following China's warning to the US that China would defend North Korea if the US attacked North Korea and sought to change its regime, and following Chinese President Xi Jinping's follow-up call to US President Trump, in which Xi Jinping told Trump to back off, I said in article for The Duran…
  3. Historical cleansing: Radical progressives call for total ban on all Southern Civil War memorabilia

    Sott.net - World
    08.17 / 23:12 sott.net
    Some radical progressives go beyond statues, suggest total ban on Southern Civil War memorabilia In the aftermath of violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, progressive activists nationwide have demanded, and in some cases illegally carried out, the tearing down and removal of statues and monuments to Confederate leaders and soldiers on public space. Now Black Lives Matter activists have gone even further - going so far as to call for a ban on all Confederate…
  4. Scheer shuns far-right website

    Nationalobserver.com - World
    08.17 / 23:11 nationalobserver.com
    Conservative Party of Canada Leader Andrew Scheer has distanced himself from a far right website, saying he will no longer grant it interviews until it changes its editorial…
  5. Attacker drives van into Barcelona crowd; 13 dead, 100 hurt

    Presstelegram.com - World
    08.17 / 22:48 presstelegram.com
    BARCELONA, Spain >> A van veered onto a sidewalk and barreled down a busy pedestrian zone Thursday in Barcelona's picturesque Las Ramblas district, swerving from side to side as it mowed down tourists and residents and turned the popular European vacation promenade into a bloody killing zone. Thirteen people were killed and 100 were injured, 15 of them seriously, in what authorities called a terror…
  6. Tampa sports teams pledge funds to remove Confederate monument outside county courthouse

    Deathandtaxesmag.com - World
    08.17 / 22:44 deathandtaxesmag.com
    The Lightning, Rays and Buccaneers helped the city raise the $280,000 necessary to relocate the…
  7. Venezuela’s Hunger Causes Zoo Animals to Be Stolen and Eaten

    Guardianlv.com - World
    08.17 / 22:41 guardianlv.com
    Local thieves have stolen animals from the zoo in the state of Zulia, Venezuela, this Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 16, 2017, according to reports. The perpetrators are believed to have sold the stolen animals as food, according to Luis Morales. The official from the Zulia division of the National Police also indicated that residents are struggling to […] The post Venezuela’s Hunger Causes Zoo Animals to Be Stolen and Eaten appeared first on Guardian Liberty …
  8. Palestinian Journalists Become First Targets of Controversial Cybercrime Law

    Advocacy.globalvoicesonline.org - World
    The journalists were accused of "leaking information to hostile entities" under a newly-adopted cybercrime…
  9. In Tunisia's ‘State of Emergency’, a New Police Protection Law Could Allow More Abuse — With Impunity

    Advocacy.globalvoicesonline.org - World
    Supported by the interior ministry and police unions, the bill is being criticized by human rights…
  10. The Latest: Suspects ID'd as Moroccan, Spanish nationals

    Billingsgazette.com - World
    08.17 / 22:40 billingsgazette.com
    BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — The Latest on the Barcelona attack (all times l…
  11. North Korea warns it won't negotiate nukes if US is hostile

    Billingsgazette.com - World
    08.17 / 22:40 billingsgazette.com
    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — North Korea warned the United States that it will never put its nuclear weapons program on the negotiating table as long as the Trump administration keeps up its "hostile policy and nuclear t…
  12. US helping clear 'historic' amount of explosives in Mosul

    Billingsgazette.com - World
    08.17 / 22:40 billingsgazette.com
    BAGHDAD (AP) — The top U.S. commander in Iraq says for the first time that the American military will help contractors and other officials locate unexploded bombs dropped by the c…
  13. Downtown Boston rail link could be built more cheaply, study says

    News.harvard.edu - Harvard Gazette
    08.17 / 22:40 news.harvard.edu
    The price tag for constructing a long-discussed north-south rail link between Boston’s North and South stations is now estimated at $4 billion to $6 billion, much less than prior estimates, according to a new s…
  14. Savings Marketplace Raisin Passes the €4 Billion Mark Faster than Any Wealth Management Fintech

    Crowdfundinsider.com - World
    08.17 / 22:37 crowdfundinsider.com
    Headquartered in Germany, Pan-European savings marketplace Raisin reports that in less than 4 years its customers have invested more than €4 billion in the platform’s savings products. As a result, Raisin is the leading marketplace for investments in Europe and one of the fastest growing... Read More The post Savings Marketplace Raisin Passes the €4 Billion Mark Faster than Any Wealth Management Fintech appeared first on Crowdfund Insid…
  15. Attacker drives van into Barcelona crowd; 13 dead, 100 hurt

    Cbs8.com - World
    08.17 / 22:34 cbs8.com
    Police in the northern Spanish city of Barcelona say a white van has jumped the sidewalk in the city's historic Las Ramblas…
  16. Anti-Muslim-immigration Australian senator wears burqa in Parliament

    SFgate.com-World
    08.17 / 22:25 sfgate.com
    Faceless in a long black burqa, the woman took a front-row seat in the Australian Senate chambers Thursday and sat like that for several minutes: silent, well aware she’d caused a scene. Then she rose with a dramatic flair, whipped the veil off her bright red hair and cast the burqa to the floor, her identity revealed. The senators behind her did not look remotely surprised. The woman was Sen. Pauline Hanson, one of Australia’s most acerbic politicians, and…
  17. North Korea warns it won't negotiate nukes if US is hostile

    SFgate.com-World
    08.17 / 22:25 sfgate.com
    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — North Korea warned the United States that it will never put its nuclear weapons program on the negotiating table as long as the Trump administration keeps up its "hostile policy and nuclear threat." The warning came from North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador Kim In Ryong in the transcript of his conversation with U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday. The transcript was sent to The Associated Press on Thursday by North Korea's U.N. Mission. Guterres' r…
  18. Contradictory remarks by Bannon, general deepen confusion over North Korea

    SFgate.com-World
    08.17 / 22:25 sfgate.com
    BEIJING — President Trump’s administration plunged the United States’ Asian alliances into new confusion Thursday with conflicting signals over how to counter North Korea’s nuclear threat, as the chief White House strategist said a military solution is impossible. Three other leading officials of the administration — its top military general on a visit to China, and its defense secretary and secretary of state in Washington — effectively contradicted him, emphasizing that T…
  19. ‘Maniacal’ focus on China takes Trump aide past mainstream

    SeattleTimes-World
    08.17 / 22:25 seattletimes.com
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Steve Bannon isn’t alone in pondering a possibly generation-defining question for America: China’s emerging superpower status. But his call for an “economic war” on the Asian nation puts him far outside the mainstream. President Donald Trump’s chief strategist says the U.S. should be “maniacally focused” on the confrontation with Beijing, in an […
  20. US helping clear ‘historic’ amount of explosives in Mosul

    SeattleTimes-World
    08.17 / 22:25 seattletimes.com
    BAGHDAD (AP) — The wires protruding from the small, misshapen stuffed animal revealed the deadly booby-trap tucked inside. For the people of Mosul, the sophisticated bomb was a reminder of how difficult it will be to return to homes littered with hidden explosives by Islamic State militants and dotted with the remnants of undetonated bombs […