Geoff Perrin acknowledges he inflated his résumé, but says it hasn’t helped him get work with American police departments “because they just go, ‘What do you guys know about guns?’”
Leaked data shows that during a four-week period starting in mid-March, police recorded 300 cases of “coughing or spitting on emergency workers”.
During the coronavirus crisis, the market for masks and other medical equipment is competitive, confusing, and often corrupt.
These Volunteers Say They Are Ready To Deliver Crucial Equipment — But The UK Government Hasn’t Used Them
“I could have delivered necessary equipment to pharmacies around the country weeks ago.”
Zorig Tumensaan spent thousands trying to help Mongolia build up a national coronavirus mask stockpile — and got nothing in return.
Public Health England failed to follow up on a request in January to use the testing capabilities of the UK's animal health agency, which its staff say could carry out 40,000 tests a week.
The British government keeps saying it's "ramping up testing", but it now lacks both testing kits and dedicated lab capacity thanks to its original strategy to tackle the pandemic.
Protectivemaskdirect.com took thousands from people desperate to stock up on masks in at least four countries — then sent them nothing.
Staying home without getting tested takes on a new meaning when you are worried about whether you have exposed someone working for our health care system.
An Inquest Into A Russian Whistleblower’s Death Has Found No Evidence Of Murder After A Bungled Police Investigation
“There is nothing that points specifically toward poisoning,” the judge said, but “equally, there is nothing specific that points away from poison.”
“If Keys Group had cared for him appropriately, he would still be alive today.”
Inside Britain’s largest private children’s care homes provider: big rewards for investors and executives, “chaos” and “unhygienic” conditions for children.
The UK's Tax Chief Has Admitted It Was A "Mistake" To Discuss A Money Laundering Suspect's Political Donations
“Are you a bit embarrassed that an email like that was leaked?”
Citing Political Donations Was A “Huge Error Of Judgment” In Refusing To Raid Money Laundering Suspect, Hammond Says
“This is ridiculous. This is ridiculous.”
MPs Are Demanding UK Tax Authorities Explain Why They Refused To Raid A Tory Donor Accused Of Money Laundering
"(D)isturbing questions" about an "extremely troubling" letter leaked to BuzzFeed News.
“It is of note that they are the biggest corporate donor to the Conservative party led by Prime Minister Theresa May and donated 1.25m Euros to the Prince Charles Trust.”
Key Evidence Disappeared From Police Custody During Investigation Into Russian Whistleblower's Death, Court Hears
Police gathered evidence of mysterious business deals, threats, and links to a Kremlin-linked money laundering case from Alexander Perepilichnyy’s computer. Then that evidence vanished.
Russian Whistleblower Fell Ill After Eating “Bad” Food The Night Before His Death, Secret Lover Tells Inquest
A tense dinner. Bad food. Vomiting back at the hotel room. Scenes from Russian whistleblower Alexander Perepilichnyy's last night alive, as the woman he spent that evening with finally told authorities her story after being tracked down by BuzzFeed News.
The Secret Lover Of An "Assassinated" Russian Whistleblower Will Testify At His Inquest After BuzzFeed News Tracked Her Down
The UK inquiry into the death of Alexander Perepilichnyy on British soil will hear key evidence from the woman he met secretly on the eve of his death. She was asked to testify only after BuzzFeed News tracked her down in Paris.
The US Death Of Putin’s Media Czar Was Murder, Trump Dossier Author Christopher Steele Tells The FBI
The author of the famous Trump dossier provided a secret report to the FBI asserting that RT founder Mikhail Lesin was bludgeoned to death by thugs hired by an oligarch close to Putin. Three other sources independently told the FBI the same basic story, contradicting the government’s finding that Lesin’s death was accidental.