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Velvet Ruts and How to Leave Them
Two AFF films explore growing up and moving on in Austin
Screens Story  October 13, 2016, by Ashley Moreno
"...The two quickly form an odd-couple friendship – Rick, with his worldly charms and quick wit, and Lesley, with his lovable nerd vibe. There's just one snag: Rick is wanted by the FBI..."

Fantastic Fest Review: Don't Kill It
Dolph Lundgren goes for laughs in demon comedy
DAILY Screens  September 28, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...That's one of the gutbuster belly laughs in the latest from horror-comedy director Mike Mendez. It's Lundgren as demon-hunter Jebediah Woodley, knowing that whenever he explains this to anyone, whether it be the FBI agent (Kristina Klebe), sent to solve the killings, or the preacher and his devoted flock (Lundgren regular co-star James Chalke), they'll think he's crazy..."

Elderly Residents Raise Concerns About Conditions at Primrose of Shadow Creek
The City Council lets affordable housing projects go "out of service"
News Story  September 8, 2016, by Joseph Caterine
"...Primrose was originally owned by South­west Housing, a Dallas-based development company specializing in senior and low-income housing, which participated in Texas state housing programs. In 2005, an FBI investigation was launched into the company based on a lawsuit filed by a former employee alleging that owners Brian and Cheryl Potashnik had engaged in forgery..."

Fantastic Fest Wave Three
Multiple monsters, sequels, and regulars (and RZA)
DAILY Screens  September 7, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...Don't Kill It United States, 2016, North American Premiere , 93 min D: Mike Mendez An ancient demon is unleashed in a Mississippi town and the only people who can stop it are FBI agent Evelyn Pierce and grizzled, cynical demon hunter Jebediah Woodley...."

Craig Hutchinson’s Death Ruled a Suicide
TCSO sergeant had received diagnoses for anxiety and depression
DAILY News  August 12, 2016, by Chase Hoffberger
"...They closed down nearby roads and enacted air support to search Hutchinson’s neighborhood for the two reported assailants making their escape. In the days immediately following the death, investigators from multiple law enforcement agencies – including RRPD, TCSO, the FBI, U.S..."

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows
Columns  July 28, 2016, by Mr. Smarty Pants
"...The Kingsmen recorded "Louie Louie" for $36. The FBI investigated whether the song included obscene lyrics..."

Multiple Departments Investigate Deputy's Homicide
Sergeant Craig Hutchinson was shot and killed behind his Round Rock home early Monday morning
News Story  July 28, 2016, by Chase Hoffberger
"...A press conference Tuesday afternoon at Round Rock Police headquarters revealed little more than that RRPD is working in conjunction with the TCSO, FBI, Texas Department of Public Safety, and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobac­co, Firearms and Explosives and has yet to make any arrests. ..."

I Like to Watch: Plugging Into Season 2 of Mr. Robot
The story of the asocial, radicalized hacker continues
DAILY Screens  July 19, 2016, by Jacob Clifton
"...We're also invited into the hardcore, fascinating lives of two new power players, played by two incredible actresses: Sandrine Holt as an implacable and funny corporate monster, and Grace Gummer as a snake-in-the-grass FBI agent with stars in her eyes and knives in her boots. The always disarming (but not usually as chatty, a side to his charisma we don't usually get to see) Craig Robinson also joins the cast as a mysterious friend of Mr..."

What to Make of It
Local activists seek justice for black lives
News Story  July 14, 2016, by Kahron Spearman
"...The inherent question is: Of all professions available in America, why wouldn't deep psychological evaluation and (continuous) background checking rest at the foundation of prospective officer resourcing – especially given the longstanding knowledge (substantiated by a 2006 FBI report, "White Suprem­acist Infiltration of Law Enforce­ment") that white supremacists and racist sympathizers have infiltrated America's police force?..."

10 Years Later, Family and APD Are Still Searching for Roxanne Paltauf
No arrests have been made in missing persons case
News Story  July 14, 2016, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Though no arrests have been made and Paltauf's family cannot say for certain whether their daughter is in fact deceased, the case has seen its share of action. In 2014, after APD received what could be considered a credible tip about "a body" potentially "buried in a shallow grave," the department teamed with the FBI to run a search on a 10-acre tract of land nearby..."

Gathering Saturday to Remember Missing Austinite
Ten years later, family and APD still searching for Roxanne Paltauf
DAILY News  July 7, 2016, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Though no arrests have been made and Paltauf’s family cannot say for certain whether their daughter and sister is fact deceased, the case has seen its share of action. In 2014, after APD received what could be considered a credible tip about “a body” potentially buried “in a shallow grave,” the department teamed with the FBI to run a search on a 10-acre tract of land nearby..."

News Story  July 7, 2016
"...Hillary Clinton will not face criminal charges for keeping classified documents on a private email server while she was secretary of state, FBI Director James Comey announced this week. Unsurprisingly, Sen..."

The Luv Doc: Kitten Milk
Yes, even a little bit of milk
Columns  June 16, 2016, by The Luv Doc

Yellow Cab's San Antonio Shuffle
Cab conglomerate calls out-of-town cabs to Austin, but did it get the city's OK first?
News Story  June 9, 2016, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Means, a live wire if there ever was one, in turn threw a stink to everyone – calling ATD managers Carlton Thomas, Steve Grassfield, and David Bracken before hitting up the Chronicle and eventually Mayor Steve Adler. By late afternoon on May 27, Adler had forwarded Means a memo carbon copied to him that requested an "expedited process" to "bring licensed taxicab and FBI fingerprinted independent contract drivers" into Austin from Houston and San Antonio..."

DVDanger: The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T
Hate piano practice? Dr. Seuss' oddity is for you
DAILY Screens  June 4, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...The first time we see Lecter, he is already a caged animal, having been captured by FBI profiler Will Graham (wonder why William Petersen was handed the lead in CSI? His sense of enthralled detachment, displayed here). But he’s not the protagonist here, but an evil enabler to the Tooth Fairy (Tom Noonan), the next serial killer that Graham has been charged with finding...."

Death Watch: The Merits of Hypnosis-Induced Testimony
Attorneys argue Charles Don Flores' conviction is rooted in junk science
News Story  June 2, 2016, by Chase Hoffberger
"...In fact, he set Childs' car on fire and went to Mexico for several months. The FBI eventually caught up with him in May, after he returned to Texas to see his family..."

I Like to Watch
When TV gets weird
Screens Column  May 26, 2016, by Jacob Clifton
"...Of course, that leaves out the Banksy episode, the tattooed baby in a duffel bag that leads to a Never Let Me Go organ farm conspiracy, and most of all it neglects to take into account the two episodes featuring 2015's most wonderful secondary character "Rich Dotcom," a roguish, cheeky power-bottom/art thief who escapes the FBI, at one point, using a paragliding apparatus he has cleverly concealed in his tuxedo...."

From a Driver
Postmarks  April 25, 2016
"...I think fingerprinting is the only proper way to do a background check because it includes the cold case files. I called the FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C., to verify..."

More to the Story
Advocates work to change the conversation around human trafficking
News Story  April 21, 2016, by Lizzie Jespersen
"...After she eventually opened up to her juvenile probation officer about the horrors she had endured, the officer reached out to multiple law enforcement agencies in hopes of establishing a case for the child. Where the FBI did nothing, Melton said, officials from the sheriff's office had recently been trained on human trafficking and recognized the case for what it was...."

Acid-Laced Sun Kisses
Hippies, LSD, and the Brotherhood of Eternal Love in Orange Sunshine
Screens Story  March 10, 2016, by Marc Savlov
"...Crusaders all, intent on not only opening but kicking down and setting aflame Aldous Huxley's "doors of perception," the Brotherhood basically owned the sale and distribution of LSD, hashish, and later on, cocaine, not just in America but literally the world. What began as a high-minded, idealistic journey to seek a higher plane of existence ended up drawing the attention of not only local police but also the FBI, CIA, and President Nixon himself...."

Deconstructing ISIS
UT professors discuss the rise of the Islamic state
DAILY News  March 1, 2016, by Dina Samir Shehata
"...ISIS was also able to transcend its ideology beyond its geographical borders; creating a fan base across the globe that subscribes to ISIS’ ideology without necessarily being ISIS members. Commenting on the case of Terry Loewen, an American citizen who was radicalized online and was accused of plotting an attack on Wichita Airport in Kansas in 2013, FBI Director James Comey was quoted in a 2015 report, “ISIS on the West: The New Faces of Extremism,” as saying, “We have made it so hard for people to get into this country, bad guys, but they can enter as a photon and radicalize somebody in Wichita, Kansas.”..."

Stillwater: A Jack McBride Mystery
With this debut, Melissa Lenhardt delivers a punchy page-turner with a real feel for life in small-town Texas
Arts Story  February 25, 2016, by Jessi Cape
"...Buck Pollard's speedy and peculiar exit as longtime chief leaves the position in turmoil for the former city-dwelling FBI agent McBride, who steps in unaware of the generations-deep web of good ol' boy secrets. The story starts off with a double murder, and the plot just gets twistier – terrible for McBride and his angsty (but likable) teenage son Ethan, but great for the reader..."

Who Killed Jim and Tina?
Why has the murder of two people in Kyle, Texas, eight months ago not led to a single arrest?
News Story  February 18, 2016, by Chase Hoffberger
"...(The U.S. Marshals Service denied any involvement, and the FBI declined to comment.) On Feb..."

Get Talking
Postmarks  January 14, 2016
"... I agree with your criticism that many personalities should not have been merged into one. However, many people after seeing the movie will not completely understand the times and circumstances beyond how Dalton Trumbo's own life was affected. Nor should we be lulled into believing that anti-Communism is something from a bygone era as the FBI and state and local police still clandestinely operate "Red Squads" intended to deprive people of their constitutionally protected rights of freedom of speech and freedom of association. Perhaps it is too much to expect from Hollywood to make a movie dealing with all facets of McCarthyism. How many people know that it was the great "liberal" Hubert H..."

Haskell Wexler and Taking a Stand
Editor Louis Black on the creative visionary
DAILY Screens  December 30, 2015, by Louis Black
"...Working on these films often put him at great physical risk. He was blacklisted, and the FBI conducted a smear campaign against him..."

Point Austin: Getting From Here to There
Will the driver-eat-driver "free market" imposed by billionaire corporations rule the day?
News Column  December 23, 2015, by Michael King
"...Especially in the context of Austin's utterly inadequate mass transit network, I don't blame Adler and the others for trying whatever they can to appease the companies, make the regulations sufficient and workable, and both provide safe rides-for-hire and protect full-time drivers from even more erosion of their inadequate incomes. While the nominal issue is "fingerprinting" – and the enforcement agencies from the FBI down to Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo confirmed that fingerprints add an extra layer of certitude to the name-based security checks of the companies – it's something of a distraction...."

Point Austin: Shock and Awe ... Once Again
Our wars return to roost, and we blame the victims
News Column  November 19, 2015, by Michael King
"...Unsurprisingly, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott was among the first to blame the victims for the European refugee crisis, in a letter informing President Obama that "the State of Texas will not accept any refugees from Syria in the wake of the deadly terrorist attack in Paris." Quoting (out of context) FBI Director James Comey on the difficulty of background checks – although in fact the federal government has already performed lengthy, successful reviews of about 2,000 Syrian nationals seeking asylum – Abbott insists it's just too dangerous: "American humanitarian compassion could be exploited to expose Americans to ....."

A Matter of Intent
Attorney representing Jackson's family optimistic about civil trial
News Story  November 5, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"...District Judge Lee Yeakel issued an order dismissing an indictment against Kleinert that he'd committed manslaughter when he killed Larry Jackson. The decision was strictly technical; Kleinert may have recklessly caused Jackson's death under a bridge along the Shoal Creek Trail on July 26, 2013, but he did so while working on full-time assignment as a member of the FBI's Central Texas Violent Crimes Task Force..."

Kleinert's Case Dismissed
Judge grants former APD Detective immunity in Larry Jackson shooting
DAILY News  October 29, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"...However, a trial on those charges never happened. In April, Kleinert went before Judge Yeakel in an effort to transfer his case from Travis County into a federal court, citing the fact that he was working as a member off the Central Texas Violent Crime Task Force, a multi-agency team created by the FBI, and thus should be granted federal-officer removal jurisdiction – removing him from the potentially more liberal county court altogether..."

Texas Book Festival 2015:
The Train to Crystal City

Jan Jarboe Russell's saga of World War II internment in Texas reviewed
DAILY Arts  October 15, 2015, by Michael King
"...Read in the current U.S. (and worldwide) political context of yet another cultural convulsion over immigration and immigrants, the book can seem a cautionary tale of what can happen when governments cede to their worst elements – the FBI’s J..."

Stomped Out
As Sheffield's case awaits trial, he still wonders why CLEAT took such drastic action against him
News Story  October 15, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Sheffield reported Burpo's allegations to his chain of command, who stuck him on administrative leave and brought in a Special Investigations Unit to get in touch with CLEAT's president, Todd Harrison. The SIU tabbed the Travis County District Attorney's Office and had the FBI's cybercrimes unit take a look, as well..."

McCaul Rejects Refugees
While assistance is needed, Rep. McCaul opposes harboring Syrian refugees
News Story  September 10, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...However, the Republican chair of the House Commit­tee on Homeland Security appeared on Fox News this week to restate his opposition to accepting Syrian refugees. Saying he had been privately briefed by the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI that they could not provide proper background checks on those seeking refugee status, McCaul said, "I cannot support a program that could potentially bring jihadists into the United States."..."

VonTrey Clark Charged with Capital Murder
Former APD officer formally accused in killing of Samantha Dean
DAILY News  September 2, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Magistrate Judge Mark Lane indicates that Clark was formally charged with capital murder by a Bastrop District Court on July 21. He also been charged with unlawfully fleeing the country to avoid prosecution, according to FBI Special Agent Justin Noble...."

Uber Fail
Postmarks  August 24, 2015
"...Dear Editor, I am a 14-year veteran of Yellow Cab and welcome fair competition because it makes me smarter, stronger, and better ["Crash Course," News, Aug. 7]. To be a cab driver I must: 1) Pass a 10-year criminal background check (fingerprint) through the DPS and FBI databases..."

News Roundup: Bullhooks and Bikes
Plus knives, fires, and schools
DAILY News  August 10, 2015, by the News Staff
"...• Arlington Shooting: The FBI has been called in to investigate the Friday morning shooting death of Christian Taylor, a 19-year-old black student and football player at Angelo State University, who allegedly attempted to flee police officers responding to an Arlington car dealership because of reports of a suspected burglary. Arlington Police reported they were called to a Buick GMC dealership after 1am on Friday shortly after a Jeep crashed through the store’s front window..."

Gay Place: A Feather in the Cap
This Robin Hood is not your daddy's white guys in tights
Columns  August 6, 2015, by Kate X Messer
"...CINEMA EAST: Naz & Maalik Last screening of the series. Two closeted Muslim teens have their Friday afternoon ruined by FBI surveillance..."

The Luv Doc: Quality
It might take a monumental amount of work for you to become the kind of person you would like to date
Columns  July 30, 2015, by The Luv Doc

Murder Investigation Opened in Sandra Bland Case
D.A. looking into death at Waller Co. jail
DAILY News  July 21, 2015, by Amy Kamp
"...The DPS officer who stopped Bland has been placed on administrative leave for possibly violating policy and procedure in his arrest of Bland. Before Mathis’ announcement on Monday, the FBI and the Texas Rangers had already begun investigating Bland’s death...."

Who Let the Dogs Out?
Music Story  July 16, 2015, by Margaret Moser
"...Berkowitz later told the FBI: Son of Sam, the dog, orders ... just a bullshit story...."

Meet the Candidate: John Sisson
Sheriff candidate calls for end to S-Comm
News Story  July 16, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Put policies into place and assist other agencies. You'd work with ICE like you'd work with the FBI, the police departments..."

Breaking the Chains
Slavery may be illegal, but it's not eradicated
News Story  June 18, 2015, by Lizzie Jespersen
"...This task force, established in 2004 and coordinated by law enforcement agencies in and around Austin, aims to train area law enforcement in identifying victims of human trafficking, and to increase the successful prosecution of human traffickers. The task force is composed of 21 entities representing various federal, state, and local interests, including the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, Texas Office of the Attorney General, Texas Department of Public Safety, Austin Police Department, Hays County Sheriff's Office, San Marcos Police Department, and more...."

Lester Bower Awaits Wednesday Execution
67-year-old has spent 31 years on death row
DAILY News  June 2, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"...FBI agents later found information indicating that Good (who facilitated the sale) and Bower had engaged in a series of phone calls to set up the sale. When the agents showed up at Bower’s home to question him, he denied being at the hangar, but a search uncovered pieces of the airplane in Bower's garage..."

Waco Motorcycle Shooting Fallout
Questions remain after Waco motorcycle gang shoot-out
News Story  May 21, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger
"..."We've been in contact with our information sources, as we've always been. We've done a fairly good job over the last ten years of making sure that this type of thing doesn't happen in Austin – using our human sources, FBI, and the [Austin Regional Intelli­gence Center]."..."

Border Violations
What happened to the thousands of unaccompanied children who crossed the U.S. border last year?
News Story  April 2, 2015, by Dina Samir Shehata
"...Office on Drugs and Crime, Honduras' homicide rate in 2012 was 90.4 per 100,000, El Sal­va­dor's was 41.2, and Guatemala's was 39.9. According to the FBI's Uniform Crime Report, the homicide rate in the U.S..."

The Boy Wonder at 100
Alamo Drafthouse screens Orson Welles centennial retrospective
Screens Story  April 2, 2015, by Kimberley Jones
"...It was a critical success even then, though the strong arm of William Randolph Hearst, who was unhappy with the obvious resemblance, sucker-punched distribution; it took a while before Citizen Kane started being bandied about as the greatest movie ever made. Welles lost his right to edit the director's cut at home studio RKO and, after toying with going into politics (his FBI file put a stop to that), the "boy wonder" embodiment of the American Dream eventually went into semi-exile in Europe – a better fit for him, perhaps, both artistically and for finding willing financiers..."

Peace Officer Puts a Face on Police Militarization
Film details a former sheriff's search for answers
DAILY Screens  March 20, 2015, by Amy Kamp
"...Neither Lawrence, who lost his uncle, also in law enforcement, to lead poisoning from a bullet, nor Barber and Christopherson, whose grandfather was in the FBI, seek to cast blame on the individual officers so much as on the “institutional problems,” as Christopherson puts it, that lead to these situations. Lawrence says he wants to get “back to the ideal of what law enforcement was meant to be,” and to better protect the lives of officers, as well as civilians...."

Saturday Interview
Music Story  March 19, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...Though his reputation remains that of a government-antagonizing Native American activist – having occupied Alcatraz Island, burned flags on the FBI Headquarters steps, and served as chairman for the American Indian Movement – John Trudell no longer wears the political activist jacket...."

End of the Silk Road for the Dread Pirate Roberts
Online blackmarket founder Ross Ulbricht faces 20 years
DAILY News  February 5, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...Late last year, the FBI laid out a complicated case against Ulbricht, who they alleged had designed and run one of the world's biggest online black markets (see "Feds Take Wind out of Dread Pirate Robert's Sails," Oct. 11, 2013)..."

SXSW Film Announces 2015 Lineup
Circling the Thunderdome
DAILY Screens  February 3, 2015, by Kimberley Jones
"...Naz & Maalik
Director/Screenwriter: Jay Dockendorf Two closeted Muslim teens have their Friday afternoon ruined by FBI surveillance when their secretive behavior and small-time scheming start to look like fledgling steps toward violent radicalism. Cast: Curtiss Cook Jr., Kerwin Johnson Jr., Annie Grier, Anderson Footman, Bradley Custer, Ashleigh Awusie (World Premiere)..."

Lege Lines: The 84th Session Begins
News from the first weeks of the 84th legislative session
News Story  January 22, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...Now Gov. Greg Abbott has assembled a "strike force" to review how the contract was awarded, the FBI has mounted its own investigation, and Janek's former chamber mate, Sen..."

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