He told his sister pirates came aboard and demanded he transport a Colombian man. “Fearing for his life, he was forced to agree,” she wrote in a post.
It seems Yuval the Befuddled has a method to ease his chronic confusion.
Former DEA official Derek Maltz said his former colleagues “will believe until death that we were shut down because of the Iran deal.”
Colverson, convicted of shipping 373 pounds of cocaine, was denied kosher food in prison but won’t see any of the government’s award to him.
Two kitchen assistants who used to work for British Jewish celebrity chef Nigella Lawson have alleged that she was a regular user of cocaine and other drugs, according to reports of a court hearing published by several national British media on Tuesday.
Apparently, America’s favorite squeaky clean celebrity spent some time in rehab this year.
Law enforcement took note that the members of a drug ring in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn were keeping unusual hours. What drew attention was not when the pushers were doing business, but rather when they weren’t.
A massive undercover drug bust on Columbia University’s uptown Manhattan campus – dubbed “Operation Ivy League” by police investigators – shut down three fraternities last week, including a chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi, the national Jewish fraternity.