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Articles by Greg Rinckey


Officials: Navy bribery case fugitive tried to get to Russia

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Since escaping two weeks ago, officials say the fugitive Malaysian defense contractor nicknamed “Fat Leonard” — who orchestrated one of the U.S. Navy’s…

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Don’t expect quick payouts from Camp Lejeune water lawsuits

The TV ads and colorful mailers have been relentless in recent months: “If you or someone you love served at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune prior to 1988, you may be eligible…

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What’s included in New York’s controversial new gun law?

Understanding the new gun law NYS Senate Bill S51001 establishes a licensing mechanism with more requirements to obtain a pistol license in New York. This includes training live…

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Will West Point cadets be expelled?

The recent news that five West Point cadets, at least one a football player, overdosed on fentanyl-laced cocaine while on spring break in Fort Lauderdale garnered national…

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Cocaine and pain pills: Inside secret drug culture at West Point

Former West Point cadet Chris Monge was thrown out of school and into military prison for dealing and using cocaine, Xanax and opiates at the country’s foremost military academy…

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Albany law firm raises money for homeless veterans

ALBANY, NY (WRGB) — A donation by a local company will help with housing for veterans in need. Tully Rinckey PLLC is celebrating the season of giving by donating $4,000 to the…

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Albany law firm donates money to help homeless veterans

ALBANY – A donation by a local company will help with housing and services for up to a hundred homeless veterans. Tully Rinckey donated $4,000 to the Albany Housing…

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Enforcement remains tricky as NYS issues new indoor mask, vaccination requirement

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Precedent and previous mandates have shown neither the state, nor local leaders are 100 percent clear on how to enforce COVID-19 requirements. “This…

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Navy Engineer and Wife May Face Life in Prison for Allegedly Trying to Sell Nuclear Sub Secrets

Navy engineer Jonathan Toebbe and his wife Diana will remain in custody until at least Friday for a detention hearing — and could spend the rest of their lives behind bars…

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Marine Officer Scheller Officially Charged with Contempt, Disrespect over Viral Videos

Lt. Col. Stu Scheller was formally charged by the Marine Corps on Wednesday with six violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and referred to a special court-martial,…

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