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Cold Injustice? TNT Star Kelly Siegler Accused of a Pattern Of Prosecutorial Misconduct

JONATHAN TURLEY

9AsBNK_n_400x400Cold_Justice_LogoTelevision personality Kelly Siegler is under fire this month for what critics are saying is a history of unethical conduct as a prosecutor, including the hiding of evidence in capital punishment cases. After a career as a Harris County prosecutor, Siegler became the star in a reality series on TNT called Cold Justice, now in its third season. Siegler’s allegedly checkered history as a prosecutor is reminiscent of the controversy surrounding Nancy Grace, who was denounced an an unethical prosecutor who violated the rights of accused persons but has been retained by CNN as a show host and legal commentator.

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Baggage Handlers, Security Workers Set To Strike At New York Airports, Could Disrupt Travel

The fight for higher wages could disrupt travel for Delta Air Lines and United Airlines passengers flying in and out of New York’s two largest airports starting Wednesday night, as a union representing some security workers, baggage handlers and wheelchair attendants approved a strike.

http://consumerist.com/2015/07/21/baggage-handlers-security-workers-set-to-strike-at-new-york-airports-could-disrupt-travel/

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Complaint Alleges LifeLock Violated 2010 FTC Settlement By Continuing To Make False Claims

Back in 2010, identity theft protection company LifeLock entered into an $11 million settlement with federal regulators and several states regarding its use of allegedly false claims regarding the effectiveness of its services. According to those same regulators, the company has violated that agreement by continuing to make claims that fail the truth test.

http://consumerist.com/2015/07/21/complaint-alleges-lifelock-violated-2010-ftc-settlement-by-continuing-to-make-false-claims/

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Citibank Must Pay $700M Over Illegal Marketing, Collection Practices

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ordered Citibank and one of its subsidiaries to pay $700 million in relief to more than 8.8 million consumers for engaging in a string of illegal credit card practices, including deceptively marketing and billing for debt protection and credit monitoring services, and misrepresenting fees related to debt collection actions.

http://consumerist.com/2015/07/21/citibank-must-pay-700m-over-illegal-marketing-collection-practices/

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Citibank Must Pay $700M Over Illegal Marketing, Collection Practices