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Dylan Gibbons

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American News

U.S. pharmaceutical company to pay $15.4 million following illegal kickback scheme

These kickbacks came in the form of “lavish dinner and entertainment” between 2009-2013. This was done to persuade doctors to prescribe the company’s drug, H.P. Acthar Gel (Acthar), to patients.

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 5, 2019

RCMP bust sixteen in connection to Newfoundland drug trafficking operation

According to police, nineteen criminal investigations comprised Project Bullfight, which were sequentially completed over a five-day period leading to the arrests of 16 individuals, three of which were already wanted on warrants.

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 4, 2019

International News

Four Peruvians extradited to US and sentenced for running Spanish-speaking extortion scam

They then told their victims that “if they failed to pay for or receive a delivery of products and threatened them into paying fraudulent settlements for nonexistent debts.”

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 4, 2019

Toronto police make arrest in Islington Avenue shooting

The woman sustained serious wounds to her abdomen and foot and was rushed to hospital to receive treatment after the attack. By this time, the masked suspect had fled the area.

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 4, 2019

American News

Thirty-four passengers on California dive-boat presumed dead following fire

California has been struck by a sudden, massive tragedy early Monday morning after the dive-boat Conception spontaneously caught fire off the northern coast of Santa Cruz Island at 3:15 a.m.

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 4, 2019

Two Edmonton mothers plead guilty to abuse and unlawful confinement of young daughters

The abuse and confinement were initially brought to the attention of police in December 2017, when a babysitter discovered the two daughters, aged 3 and 6, of one of the two women barricaded in the basement while the three children of the other woman played upstairs.

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 3, 2019

Canadian News

Over half of Canadians had their online data breached between November and June

According to new numbers attained by CTV News, 19 million Canadians had their data breached in 8 months between November 2018 and June 2019.

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 3, 2019

Former PC Alberta MLA facing immigrant fraud-related charges after gaming student permits

These charges come as a result of a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) criminal investigation into the activities of former Alberta MLA Carlito (Carl) Benito and his son Charles Benito.

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 3, 2019

American News

Fourteen-year-old Alabama teen admits to murdering all five members of his family

On Tuesday, police revealed that a teen from Elkmont, Alabama admitted during interviews that he murdered his entire family with a 9mm handgun

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 3, 2019

Thirteen-year-old shot at Norway House, Manitoba—other teens are suspected, one charged

A 13-year-old boy was shot at roughly 5:00 am on Kistapinan Drive in the community on August 28, reports Norway House RCMP.

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 3, 2019

American News, Politics & Policy

Ilhan Omar wants to cede U.S. sovereignty, abolish ICE, and let the UN take control of the southern border

According to Omar, “There is no good way to detain immigrants. We are treating people like criminals when they have not committed a crime.”

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 3, 2019

Saskatchewan RCMP seize $750,000 in drugs from North Battleford home

Following the investigation, officers executed a search warrant on the residence wherein they found a large quantity of narcotics and more than 30 weapons, with the drugs seized valued at approximately $750,000.

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 3, 2019

Canadian News, International News

UPDATE: UK will not be sending notorious child killer and pedophile to Canada

The killer in question is Jon Venables, a criminal known for abducting and beating two-year-old James Bulger to death at the age of ten alongside Robert Thompson, before hiding the body of Bulger on nearby railway tracks.

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 2, 2019

Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Quebec accepts 25% fewer immigrants and 40% fewer skilled immigrants in first half of 2019

The overall immigration numbers, thus, show that Quebec went from accepting 24,480 immigrants in the first half of 2018 to accepting 18,200 immigrants a year later, a 25.7% overall reduction.

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 2, 2019

American News, Business & Finance

Sackler family may retain majority of wealth even despite opioid crisis settlement

New information suggests the family may not pay a dime of its own money, will not go to jail, and will likely weather out the storm.

Dylan Gibbons / Sep 2, 2019

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