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26: brown and black twofold wallet, NC driver license, prescription pill container and 96 Opena pills all valued at $208 stolen by girlfriend; investigation ongoing. Aug. 25: purple and pink HP notebook laptop and Roku streaming stick all valued at $480 stolen; investigation ongoing.
We all have that one trip we consider the best of our lives. Maybe it was the people we were travelling with, the place we went, the food we ate or the things we saw that made it so memorable. Celebrities are no different. Food and Drug Administration restricts the use of certain ingredients and requires warning labels. Legitimate manufactures can be fined or face other enforcement action if they don’t comply.And if the potential health risks don’t scare buyers, the economic risks and potential terror funding should, said Robert Barchiesi, president of the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition.”You support organized crime, gang activity, and terrorist organizations that use this as a funding mechanism,” he said. Economy loses out on at least $200 billion in revenue and 750,000 jobs a year from counterfeit sales.”This isn’t a victimless crime,” he said.The sentiment is echoed by local and federal law enforcement, who have been stepping up enforcement of flea markets and other counterfeit clearing houses.This month alone, customs agents seized $250,000 worth of items at a swap meet in New Orleans, $350,000 worth of goods at a flea market in Las Vegas, and $150,000 worth of merchandise at one in Solebury, Pa., that included fake trademarks for Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Oakley, Ray Ban, Coach, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Dolce Gabbana, and UGG boots.ICE cites cases in Philadelphia and Miami in which counterfeit traffickers were linked to terrorist groups, including supporters of Hezbollah, the Lebanese militant group.”We have traced some of the money out to countries where the link to terrorism is tangental, if not solid.
In fact, it was the same type of work that I continued to do under Director Wray, at his request. The investigation subsequently focused on who I talked to, when I talked to them, and so forth. During these inquiries, I answered questions truthfully and as accurately as I could amidst the chaos that surrounded me.
A number of other Wisconsin organizations contribute to make Alice in Dairyland visible and recognizable to the public. For example, Siemers Peterman will wear a custom mink garment to promote Wisconsin fur industry, and she drive an E 85 flex fuel Ford Explorer 2017 to promote the state ethanol industry. While working, she will wear a 14 carat gold and platinum brooch or tiara, both of which feature amethysts and citrines, gems indigenous to Wisconsin..