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Perhaps some of you saw one of the many sensational news articles this week declaring that the United States Senate voted to, “Allow the FBI to Look at Your Web Browsing History Without a Warrant.” But that’s not exactly what happened. Then again, does it really surprise us anymore when the press doesn’t get the story quite correct? Here’s what actually occurred, and what it means for you.

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Cybersecurity Advisory

NSA and CISA Recommend Immediate Actions to Reduce Exposure Across all Operational Technologies and Control Systems

Over recent months, cyber actors have demonstrated their continued willingness to conduct malicious cyber activity
against Critical Infrastructure (CI) by exploiting Internet-accessible Operational Technology (OT) assets [1]. Due to the
increase in adversary capabilities and activity, the criticality to U.S. national security and way of life, and the vulnerability

Colorado Man Sentenced To Life In Federal Prison For Murder-For-Hire And Enticing 13-Year-Old For Sex

Orlando, Florida – U.S. District Judge Paul G. Byron today sentenced Danny James McLaughlin (59, Littleton, CO) to life in federal prison for using interstate commerce facilities in the commission of murder-for-hire and for enticing a minor to engage in sexual activity. The court also ordered McLaughlin to pay a $300,000 fine.

McLaughlin had pleaded guilty on October 31, 2019.

Dramatic video shows Pueblo officer saving suicidal veteran

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As we all weather this storm, we need to be cognizant of the health of not only our Medical Providers,
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VA Employee Found Guilty Of Corruption Charges And Defrauding VA Of Nearly $19 Million In A Year

DENVER – United States Attorney Jason R. Dunn announced that yesterday a jury sitting in U.S. District Court in Denver found former Veterans Affairs (VA) employee Joseph Prince, age 60, of Aurora, Colorado guilty of felony health care fraud, conspiracy, payment of illegal kickbacks and gratuities, money laundering charges and conflict of interest. The verdict is the result of an eight-day jury trial before U.S. District Court Judge Raymond P. Moore. Prince’s bond was continued and he was ordered to home incarceration pending his sentencing.

Black Market Marijuana Growers Sent To Federal Prison

DENVER – United States Attorney Jason R. Dunn announced that Huanyu Yan, age 54, and wife You Lan Xiang, age 50, both of Aurora, Colorado, were sentenced earlier this week for their role in a large-scale residential black market marijuana grow. Mr. Yan was sentenced to 36 months in federal prison, and his wife, Xiang, was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison. Both were found guilty in December of 2019 of marijuana cultivation following a four-day jury trial. Yan and Xiang appeared at the sentencing hearing in custody, and were remanded at its conclusion.