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Wayne Simmons, who presented himself as a national security expert and was a part of the conservative media push for a congressional investigation of the Benghazi attack, has pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges.

In an April 29 press release the Department of Justice noted that Simmons “falsely claimed he spent 27 years working for the Central Intelligence Agency” and had pleaded guilty “to major fraud against the government, wire fraud, and a firearms offense.”

The release further noted, “Simmons admitted he defrauded the government in 2008 when he obtained work as a team leader in the U.S. Army’s Human Terrain Systems program, and again in 2010 when he was deployed to Afghanistan as a senior intelligence advisor on the International Security Assistance Force’s Counterinsurgency Advisory and Assistance Team.”

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NEW CANONS AT CENTRAL

CHURCH OF ENGLAND HQ

Posted on 28 April 2016

Two new Canons were formally welcomed during a Eucharist in the chapel of Church House, Westminster on Wednesday 27 April. Rev Adèle Kelham, currently Chaplain of Lausanne in Switzerland and Acting Archdeacon designate for Switzerland was collated with Rev Kenneth Dimmick from Stuttgart, who …

 

BUILDING PLANS PROCEED AS PLANNED

Posted on 29 April 2016

This policy provides coverage for claims that arise from the sale and servicing of self-funded group health plans if they are funded in whole or in part by an insurance company or product. Multiple employer trust or welfare arrangement are not covered and insolvency claims are excluded except for admitted carriers with an A- rating at time of sale.  Two new Canons were formally welcomed during a Eucharist in the chapel of Church House, Westminster on Wednesday 27 April. Rev Adèle Kelham, currently Chaplain of Lausanne in Switzerland and Acting Archdeacon designate for Switzerland was collated with Rev Kenneth Dimmick from Stuttgart, who …

BISHOP CONVENES GATHERING: TEAM SHOOTS FOR BLUE LAWS

Posted on 30 April 2016

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NEW CANONS AT CENTRAL CHURCH OF ENGLAND HQ

Posted on 28 April 2016

Two new Canons were formally welcomed during a Eucharist in the chapel of Church House, Westminster on Wednesday 27 April. Rev Adèle Kelham, currently Chaplain of Lausanne in Switzerland and Acting Archdeacon designate for Switzerland was collated with Rev Kenneth Dimmick from Stuttgart, who …