US postal service
Since 2007, Poopsenders.com has let people send packages filled with disturbingly realistic feces. Now, 'United States of America v. Poopsenders.com' has named two men who may be responsible.
Sixteen clerks and couriers, ranging in age from 26 to 64, accepted bribes as low as $250 to deliver two kilograms of cocaine or more at a time.
The US Postal Inspection Service is looking for people to conduct investigations on the dark web, as well as those who can gather defensive-focused intel too.
The organization has released a thousands of documents that critics of free trade say shows how officials negotiating the Trade in Services Agreement, or TiSA, could force privatization on public institutions around the world.
Three of the four officers involved in the arrest have been named as defendants in federal civil rights suits alleging false arrest and other forms of misconduct.
Robert Bender says people are spewing more bullshit these days than they ever have before, so he founded a company that sends it right back at them.
A tale of paranoia come true.