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Latest Timothy Purdon Items
In a story May 14 about truckers joining the fight against human trafficking, The Associated Press erroneously attributed a comment about prostitution cases at truck stops to the executive director of Truckers Against Trafficking. The comment was made by U.S. Attorney Timothy Purdon.
North Dakota's top federal prosecutor says a new Justice Department policy on electronic recording is a good idea and cites a recent case in which prosecutors had to deal with competing confessions.
A federal judge in Bismarck sentenced a Washburn man to life in prison on Monday for allegedly coercing minors into sending him sexually explicit photographs to post online and in some cases, participating in producing the images.
The state's top federal prosecutor says three people have been charged with drug possession charges as part of an investigation on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in the heart of North Dakota oil country.
North Dakota's top federal prosecutor told state lawmakers Wednesday that Indian reservations in the state should include halfway houses for people who return home after serving prison sentences.
"Gleaming white wind turbines generating carbon-free electricity carpet chaparral-covered ridges and march down into valleys of Joshua trees." This is "the future" of American energy - not "the oil rigs planted helter-skelter in [nearby] citrus groves" nor the "smoggy San Joaquin Valley" a few miles away.