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Officers Ignoring a Request for Counsel Jeopardize Conviction in Murder of Community Leader

Reverend Edward Sherriff was well-known in the Sacramento, CA,  area for his charitable works, including running a food bank and two community thrift stores, providing shelter to the homeless, aiding recovering drug addicts, running a hospice center for the terminally ill, distributing toys to children in poverty, and also advocating on behalf of gay rights.  On October 20, 1999, nineteen-year old Tio Sessoms and two accomplices burglarized the mobile home of Rev. Sheriff, where Rev. Sheriff lived with his two dogs.  One of Mr. Sessoms's accomplices murdered Rev. Sheriff by stabbing and strangling him.  Shortly after the crime, Mr. Sessoms fled to his father’s home in Oklahoma.  Subsequently, a warrant was issued for the arrest of Mr. Sessoms. 

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DHS Secretary Honors 312 Employees with Awards for Exceptional Service

GEICO’s Good Stuff is a column series highlighting great stuff happening in the federal community. 

Last week Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Jeh Johnson awarded 312 DHS employees from across the country for extraordinary service and outstanding contributions to the Department with the Secretary’s Award.

The Secretary’s Awards had not been given since 2008. A full list of Secretary’s Award winners can be accessed here.

“The Secretary’s Awards are a reflection of the character and commitment that I see in our employees throughout the ranks for DHS,” said Secretary Johnson. “Like so many others at this Department, the awardees today have performed well beyond what is expected, responding in extraordinary ways to obligations higher than themselves. They have set a sterling example for all 240,000 employees of DHS as we strive to keep our homeland safe, secure and resilient.”

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Help Feds in Need—Support FEEA's Bill Bransford Helping Hands Fund

During this year’s Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) – join the effort of feds helping feds!

Consider contributing to the Bill Bransford Helping Hands Fund, which provides grants to federal employees in need for whom repayment of even a no-interest FEEA (Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund) loan would create an undue hardship.

Bill Bransford, of the law firm Shaw Bransford & Roth P.C. and the publisher of the FEDmanager and FEDagent newsletters, passed away in September 2013.

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