A Broken Arrow man pleaded guilty Friday in U.S. District
Court to extorting a woman by threatening to post nude photographs of her
online, announced U.S. Attorney Trent Shores.
Ivan David Arroyo III, 27, pleaded guilty to interstate communication with intent to extort.
In March 2018, Arroyo sent messages from three Instagram accounts
containing nude photographs of the victim. In the messages, he told the
victim to send more suggestive photographs of herself or he would post
the nudes publicly, thus harming her reputation. The woman refused.
Tulsa’s Leftist mayor and City Council with help from the daily newspaper continues a war on history and fact in today’s coverage of Native American Day yesterday – you remember the day, the national holiday; Columbus Day.
Granted some just hate Italian-Americans or Catholics and some in history like Karl Marx provide foundation for those like Howard Zinn “lamenting Columbus’s discovery of America as the birth of capitalism.” (A People’s History of the United States, New York: Harper 2017)
Quickly understand that a Native American Day in Tulsa is a fabulous idea, but it doesn’t have to happen on a national holiday dedicated to an American Hero.
Thinking about Leon because this new book just came out: ‘Leon Russell In His Own Words’, edited by Steve Todoroff and John Wooley. Todoroff has been working on a Leon book for at least 30 years that I know. Todoroff ambitiously had some conscripts go through the union logs in L.A. to find how many recording sessions Leon played on; there are probably thousands.
Recently, Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson argued conservatives should “rethink” their relationship with Charles Koch and a network of affiliates.
Publicly known through their organization “Americans for Prosperity,” funded efforts have sought to elevate the organization’s positions to become dominate policy of local Conservative activism in Oklahoma.
Arkansas River is receding in Northeastern Oklahoma as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers scales back releases from the hydroelectric dam near Tulsa.
Storms dropped more than 20 inches of rain on parts of the region over the past month and pushed the Keystone Lake reservoir to record levels.
The river fell into the minor flood stage at about 7 a.m. in Tulsa County Friday morning, according to data from the National Weather Service. The river had climbed to the major flooding stage (over 23 feet) during the worst of the flooding.