This is the libel-proof way of really saying "we think this guy is a suspect but we don't yet have probable cause and we want to talk to him and hope he's stupid enough to confess and make our case." But, for some reason, they choose not to come out and say that the person is a "suspect" that they would arrest on sight.
Person of interest means we don't have enough to arrest; suspect means we do.
Chief Smith said: "Witnesses described a bald white male with a 'wifebeater' shirt as being at the scene of the crime. He is a person of interest in this case and we would like to talk to him."
Used derogatorily by Republicans and Tea Partiers to describe "everybody else" who would disagree with them, but it actually means anybody smarter, more aware, or nowhere near as paranoid as the speaker.
"Newt Gingrich was on FNC’s Hannity where he kept up his pre 2012 presidential campaign rhetoric by saying that Barack Obama and the Democrats are, 'Government by the elites, by the elites, and for the elites.'" on Politicususa
"However, this opportunity requires a level of honesty from our political elites that they have not delivered." on Newt Gingerich website
Sarah Palin explains on Youtube: watch?v=JhAg8Tcg2Us
The crime of fencing stolen goods on the Internet, usually through eBay.
"The indictment, for moving stolen goods across state lines, says the Eatons sold more than $100,000 using EBay and PayPal over a 12-month period -- a crime that prosecutors call 'e-fencing.'" Grand jury indicts couple who bragged about shoplifting, LATimes (Sept. 20, 2009).