[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] In 2017, Rev. Robert Lee gave a speech at MTV’s Video Music Awards: My name is Robert Lee, IV. I’m a descendant of Robert
When U.S. troops complete their exit from Afghanistan, they will leave behind one of the world’s most corrupt and ineffective governments and a population still mired in poverty, illiteracy, and disease. Should this matter to Americans? After all, the aim of the 2001 invasion was to bring retribution to al-Qaeda, not to lift Afghanistan out
The Medical Fraud Case that could Tear a Community Apart: Seeking Justice or Prosecutorial Grandstanding?
It’s hard to miss seeing Kokopelli Eye Care. Every local resident and tourist on their way to Prescott, Arizona drives by the large adobe-looking building on Highway 69 near Prescott Valley’s busiest intersection. But the once jam-packed parking lot surrounding the shuttered clinic now sits oddly empty, with a handwritten note on the door stating
A former Phoenix politician already in prison on a six-year sentence for operating an illegal adoption scheme involving women from the Marshall Islands was ordered to serve another five years behind bars for defrauding Arizona’s Medicaid system in a scam to get taxpayer-funded health coverage for the birth mothers, even though he knew they didn’t
Dr. Lyle Rapacki, of Arizona Today, interviews Representative Mark Finchem about the alleged election fraud in Maricopa County. Rep. Finchem announces that he is seeking a meeting with the Arizona Attorney General to call for a Grand Jury to be convened to look at the evidence.
The Prescott Police Department has seen an increase in Fraud Schemes and similar crimes. Criminals that perpetrate these crimes often prey upon a victim’s honesty and good nature. Often times the criminal will demand immediate action and threaten consequences for nonpayment. They will try and make the victim nervous and push them into quick payment.