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“Tucker Carlon’s Monologue On The Lessons The United States Can Learn From How Hungary Solved Its Border Crisis”
The bill allows for the detention of asylum seekers and curbs migrants’ right to appeal. Lithuania claims neighboring Belarus is using migrants as a “weapon.”
Lithuania’s Parliament on Tuesday approved a raft of new laws tightening the rules on migration and asylum.
The new legislation is intended to deter high numbers of asylum seekers crossing European Union member Lithuania’s border with Belarus.
FBI special agent David Lee Harris “allegedly exposed himself to multiple children and molested one child in a period from 2018 to 2019, with the alleged crimes taking place in Florida, Louisiana and Texas.”
TYLER, TX- According to a Smith County affidavit, a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) special agent based in Louisiana allegedly exposed himself to multiple children and molested one child in a period from 2018 to 2019, with the alleged crimes taking place in Florida, Louisiana and Texas.
According to the Louisiana State Police, Harris, who was assigned to the FBI New Orleans Field Office, was arrested on June 24th after a complaint accusing Harris of sexual wrongdoing involving multiple victims, both adults and children, across Louisiana dating all the way back to 2016.
Harris now faces a string of criminal charges, including indecency with a child, crimes against nature and sexual battery. When the investigation against him was launched in February, he was completing an 18-month assignment to the FBI Internet Crimes Against Children unit based in Baltimore.