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    Breaking Law & Crime Headlines: Sep 25th, 7pm

    Rebecca Stefansky

    by Rebecca Stefansky

    Aaron Alexis believed he was being controlled by "extremely low frequency" electromagnetic waves, said the official overseeing the investigation into the Navy Yard shootings.
    Border Patrol in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington state has reached a settlement on a lawsuit filed by two immigrant advocate groups which accused it of using racial profiling in stopping and questioning motorists. Every six months over a period of 18 months, the Border Patrol will have to provide the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project -- which brought the suit in conjunction with the ACLU -- with copies of the reports agents write up after each traffic stop in the peninsula.
    Michael Jackson's last concert promoter has four hours to convince a jury that it is not responsible for the pop icon's death. AEG Live attorney Marvin Putnam warned in his opening statements in the Jackson wrongful death trial five months ago that he would show "ugly stuff" and reveal Jackson's "deepest, darkest secret."
    A Swedish court has dismissed part of the hacking and fraud charges against the founder of the popular file-sharing website Pirate Bay and reduced his prison sentence from two years to one.