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    "He Was Shooting Everybody": Five People Are Dead After A Gunman Opened Fire At An Illinois Manufacturing Plant

    https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/claudiakoerner/aurora-shooting-illinois-plant-police?utm_term=4ldqpgc&ref=bfnsplash Five people were killed and seven others injured when a gunman who was being terminated from his job at a manufacturing warehouse in Aurora, Illinois, opened fire on employees, police said. The gunman, identified as 45-year-old Gary Martin, was killed in a shootout with officers, Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman said. He had worked at the company for 15 years and was fired on Friday, she added. Police, firefighters, and ambulances responded in force […]

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    2 arrested in connection to alleged hate attack on Empire actor Jussie Smollett ⋆ American Barber

    The investigation into black actor Jussie Smollett’s account of being beaten in a racist, anti-gay attack took a sharp turn Friday when police announced the arrest of two black men they believe assaulted the Empire cast member. At least one of the men worked on the TV show, police said. Police spokesperson Anthony Guglielmi said authorities …

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    'It's Virtually Certain': Bitcoin ETF Will Be Approved, Prominent Analyst Argues | CryptoGlobe

    Ric Edelman, a prominent financial markets analyst and founder of Edelman Financial Services, recently said that a bitcoin (BTC) exchange-traded-fund (ETF) will “certainly” be launched. Edelman, a cum laude graduate of Rowan University and the recipient of an honorary doctorate, told CNBC (on February 11th): The SEC [US Securities and Exchange Commission] has several legitimate thoughtful concerns that the industry has to overcome but I’m confident they will. Eventually we will see a bitcoin […]

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    First Case of Crypto-Jacking 'Clipper' Malware Found on Google Play Store

    A new form of cryptocurrency-stealing malware has been identified in the Google Play store. Dubbed ‘clipper’ malware, it was discovered inside an app impersonating MetaMask—a full browser extension which allows Ethereum-based apps to run on a browser without running a full Ethereum node. Clipper malware works by taking advantage of the copy-paste feature. Crypto apps are especially vulnerable because they require that users input long and complicated cryptocurrency addresses. The malware then monitors the […]

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    Third person arrested in Rhode Island for theft of Boston police officer’s gun ⋆ Epeak World News

    Facebook0Twitter00Shares 1 Views A third person was arrested in Rhode Island over the weekend in connection with the theft of a Boston police officer’s gun from his car that was parked last week at a hotel in Pawtucket. R.I., authorities said. Kyle Benford, 24, of Providence was arrested Saturday night on a warrant issued by …

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    5 Children Arrested In Murder of Nashville Musician Kyle Yorlets ⋆ Hush-Hush

    Facebook0Twitter00Shares 3 Views Metropolitan Nashville Police Dept., Carverton Facebook NASHVILLE, Tennessee — North Precinct detectives charged five juveniles Friday with criminal homicide for Thursday afternoon’s fatal shooting of Belmont graduate and local musician Kyle Yorlets outside his home in the 3200 block of Torbett Street. Under Tennessee law, three of the five can be identified …

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    Things Are Getting Weird at El Chapo Trial ⋆ Hush-Hush

    Facebook0Twitter00Shares 2 Views As accused Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman Loera‘s fate hangs in the balance of a jury on the third day of deliberations, a couple of bizarre occurrences raised eyebrows on Thursday. One of them happened at Brooklyn Federal Court, where a man identified as Rene Rivera Martinez showed up and claimed …

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    South Florida Doctors Charged for Unlawfully Dispensing Opioids • Florida EPeak

    Two South Florida doctors have been arrested on charges of unlawfully dispensing opioids to patients at their medical offices, the state attorney’s offices announced Thursday. Victor Hugo Espinosa, 57, of Fort Lauderdale, and Rodolfo Gonzalez-Garcia, 65, of Weston, each were physicians at pain clinics in Hialeah. Espinosa, a designated physician at East Medical Office, Inc., is …

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    US arrests 'birth tourism' operators linked to China for the first time

    Facebook0Twitter00Shares 4 Views ICE Federal prosecutors unseal indictments naming 19 people linked to Chinese ‘birth tourism’ schemes that helped thousands of aliens give birth in US to secure birthright citizenship for their children SANTA ANA, Calif. – Following the arrests this morning of three defendants who allegedly operated “birth tourism” outfits that catered to Chinese …

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    Leslie Van Houten, Charles Manson Follower, Found Suitable For Parole Panel Says

    Facebook0Twitter00Shares 2 Views LOS ANGELES (AP) — A California panel on Wednesday recommended that Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten be paroled after serving more than four decades in prison. After a hearing at the women’s prison in Corona, California, commissioners of the Board of Parole Hearings found for the third time that the 69-year-old Van …

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