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For Whom The (Blue) Bell Tolls

Blue Bell is back in Louisiana, but the troubles for the popular southern ice cream makers maybe just starting. The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating whether the corporation committed criminal acts while reacting to last year’s Listeria outbreak according to CNN.

Platform for Prosecution: Charges Announced For 2012 Rig Disaster

Cleaning up oil spills in the Gulf takes some serious time. Apparently, the Department of Justice (DOJ) also moves at a protracted pace when it comes to leveling criminal charges in relation to these disasters. Still, there ultimately is some action. On Thursday (11.20), the DOJ charged three companies and three individuals in connection with a November 2012 oil rig accident that resulted in the deaths of three men and a spill in the Gulf.

Judges Orders Sharper to N.O.

Normally, Who Dats embrace the return of former Saints. However, Darren Sharper's return to New Orleans will neither be loving nor his choice. On Monday (1.12) a federal judge ordered that Sharper be returned to NOLA by February 23 to face federal charges.

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