Former Special Agent Says Crime Will “Get Worse Before It Gets Better”

Former Supervisory Special Agent James A. Gagliano Joined Sen. Marsha Blackburn On Wednesday And Explained That There Is A “Huge Mistake” Being Made When It Comes To Policing.

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As Gun Sales Slow, Tennessee Still Has Higher Sales Per Capita Than Most States This Year

In Tennessee, An Estimated 483,700 Guns Were Sold From January Through July 2022 Based On FBI Background Check Data. Adjusted For Population, This Is Equal To About 71.4 Firearm Sales For Every 1,000 People, The Ninth Highest Gun Sale Rate Among States.

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FBI’s Federal Watchdog Under Fire As Faith In Agency Wanes

U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, The Ranking Member On The House Oversight Committee Is Asking Department Of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz Why His Office Reportedly Helped The FBI After It Seized A Cellphone From Another Member Of Congress.

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TN Legislative Mailer Allowance Was At Center Of Casada, Cothren Arrests

Tennessee Law Allows For Incumbent Legislators To Spend Up To $3,000 Annually For Postage And Printing Of Items Sent To Constituents. The Representatives Are Then Allowed To Spend More Than That Out Of Their Own Political Campaign Funds. Those Rules Are At The Center Of Tuesday’s Arrest Of Former House Speaker Glen Casada And His Chief Of Staff Cade Cothren On Federal Charges Of A Political Mailer Conspiracy. The Indictment States That, Because Tennessee Receives More Than $10,000 From The Federal Government, That The Alleged Conspiracy Used Federal Funds.

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Former Tennessee Speaker And His Chief Of Staff Plead Not Guilty To 20 Federal Charges

Glen Casada, Former Tennessee House Speaker, And Cade Cothren Who Once Worked As His Chief Of Staff Entered Not Guilty Pleas On Tuesday In Front Of A U.S. Magistrate After Being Arrested By FBI Agents That Morning.

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Local Democratic Party & Social Justice Group Offer Hotdogs As Reward For Voting, Raising Concerns Of Violations Of TN Election Codes

According to sources, Chattanooga Moms for Social Justice in partnership with the Hamilton County Democratic Party advertised an event called Cookout the Vote which raised concerns that the organizations may be violating a 2020 Tennessee code that prohibits bribing voters.

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