Imperial Valley News Center
- Written by John Grimaldi
New York - Hundreds of men and women around the world “dropped trou” recently in celebration of the 18th annual No Pants Subway Ride, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens. Immodestly clad in panties and scanties, young folk and old from New York, the flagship city, to the far reaches of the globe they boarded London’s Tube, Tokyo’s Metro, Berlin’s U-Bahn and Lisbon’s Metropolitano for a near-nude fun fest.
- Written by Imperial Valley News
San Diego, California - San Diego Zoo Global is celebrating the birth of an Andean bear cub, born at the San Diego Zoo in the early morning hours of Jan. 8, 2020 to first-time mother Alba and sire, Turbo. Mother and cub are being closely monitored by animal care staff via a closed-circuit video camera, allowing Alba to care for her cub without interruption. The mortality rate for Andean bear cubs in their first month is high so the animal care staff is cautiously optimistic for the cubs’ long-term survival. At just 7 days old, the cub—whose sex is yet to be determined—appears to be thriving.
- Written by IVN
Washington, DC - Israeli military intelligence has revealed its assessment that Iran will have sufficient enriched uranium to produce one nuclear bomb by the end of the year. Furthermore, it has been determined that Iran will have the missile capability to deliver such a bomb within two years.
- Written by State Department
Palo Alto, California - The Restoration of Deterrence: The Iranian Example: Michael R. Pompeo, Secretary of State at The Hoover Institution at Stanford University.
- Written by IVN
Los Angeles, California - A man wanted for his alleged involvement in the 2018 murder of his pregnant wife in the city of El Monte was extradited from Mexico to Los Angeles last Friday, announced Paul Delacourt, the Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office, and Alex Villanueva, the Sheriff of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
- Written by FBI
San Jose, California - Erik Lopez, a/k/a Bimbo, and Alejo Alex Alegre, IV, a/k/a Chino, pleaded guilty last Tuesday to racketeering conspiracy charges for their respective roles as associates of the Nuestra Familia prison gang, announced United States Attorney David L. Anderson and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge John F. Bennett. The guilty pleas were accepted by the Honorable Beth L. Freeman, United States District Judge. Five additional members of the prison gang have pleaded guilty to related conspiracy charges, one of whom Judge Freeman sentenced today to seven years in prison.
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