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Some killer James Bond-style gadgets, designed to foil crime in the 1950s. After all, who could afford to live without a telescopic suitcase?
We have been told that hate crime laws are on the rise in America. Is it true? 11 million crimes took place in 2006 but just over 9,000 of those were classified as hate crimes. What does that mean? Learn2Discern today. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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What is wrong with hate crime laws? We are all against hateful crime! Strict laws already exist for crimes like assault and murder. Do we want government legislating thought crimes? That is what hate crimes is about! Distributed by Tubemogul.
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17 October 2008
NEW JERSEY MAN CHARGED WITH ATTACKING CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY WEBSITES IN THE NAME OF 'ANONYMOUS'
LOS ANGELES - A New Jersey man was charged today for his role in an attack on Church of Scientology websites in January 2008 that rendered the websites unavailable. Dmitriy Guzner, 18, of Verona, New Jersey, has agreed to plead guilty to computer hacking for his role in the distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack against the Scientology websites. A DDOS attack occurs where a large amount of malicious Internet traffic is directed at a website or a set of websites. The target websites are unable to handle the high volume of Internet traffic and therefore become unavailable to legitimate users trying to reach the sites. According to the criminal information filed in United States District Court in Los Angeles, Guzner participated in the attack because he considered himself a member of an underground group called "Anonymous." "Anonymous" has led protests against the Church of Scientology at various locations across the country, and in January 2008 posted a video on YouTube which announced a new offensive against Scientology. Once he pleads guilty, which is expected to take place in the coming weeks in federal court in New Jersey, Guzner faces up to 10 years in federal prison. This case was investigated by the United States Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force in Los Angeles. The agencies involved in the investigation were the United States Secret Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office Bureau of Investigation.
The conservation organisation, the Environmental Investigation Agency, says- in a new report-that environmental crime is a growing threat that needs immediate action around the world
Spoon gangs roam the street armed with big spoons, little pointy spoons and plastic un-recyclable spoons. The campaign for a cutlery free world say the crime is spreading.
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Cillian Foster of Dublin band, G.D.C. playing "Wicked Crime" at the Zodiac Sessions, which is held every Wednesday in Bruxelles Bar of Harry St, Dublin.
GRA DON CEOIL (G.D.C.)
G.D.C is one of the latest bands to hit the Irish circuit. Cillian Foster previously with Anima, Kayne Simons previously with Aussie three piece Doubled and Mark Cox a well known session Rock Drummer have come together to form the band.
Cillian Foster, played with Anima for 7 years playing some of Irelands biggest venues like Vicar Street, Whelans, Sugar Club, Temple Bar Music Centre, The Dra
UN high commission for human rights protest Israel crimes in Gaza.
# Amnesty slams Israel 'war crimes' Most Palestinian casualties are unjustifiable, Amnesty says Amnesty International has accused Israel of committing war crimes in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. The rights group's report for 2004 says Israeli forces have killed some 700 Palestinians - including 150 children - mostly in unlawful circumstances. The report lists "reckless shooting, shelling and air strikes in civilian areas... and excessive use of force". It also condemns the killing of Israeli civilians by Palestinian militants and violence by Jewish settlers. "Certain abuses committed by the Israeli army constituted crimes against humanity and war crimes," Amnesty's report says. "The deliberate targeting of civilians by Palestinian armed groups constituted crimes against humanity," it adds. An Israeli opposition MP has requested an urgent parliamentary debate on the report. But an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman denied the charge of war crimes and said Amnesty's analysis appeared "one-sided". The report says Palestinian armed groups killed 109 Israelis, including 59 civilians and eight children, in suicide bombings, shootings and mortar attacks. 'Impunity' Amnesty's accusations against the Israeli army include unlawful killings, torture, extensive and wanton destruction of property, obstruction of medical assistance and targeting of medical personnel. Amnesty International Report 2005 - Introduction (935K) A-Z summary of key countries (1MB) Most computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader Download the reader here Amnesty also says Israel has continued to use Palestinians as "human shields" during military operations, "forcing them to carry out tasks that endangered their lives", despite an injunction by Israel's high court banning the practice. The report accuses Israel of offering impunity to soldiers and settlers who commit crimes against Palestinians. "In the overwhelming majority of the thousands of cases of unlawful killings and other grave human rights violations in the previous four years, no investigations were known to have been carried out," the report says. "The Israeli army and police ... routinely increased restrictions on the local Palestinian population in response to attacks by Israeli settlers," it adds. Dire situation In addition to the report's focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Amnesty criticises a number of regimes in neighbouring Arab countries. Palestinian suicide bombings are "crimes against humanity" Egypt and Syria are blamed for systematic torture and ill-treatment of political prisoners. In Saudi Arabia, Amnesty highlights killings by security forces and armed groups, exacerbating the "already dire human rights situation in the country". Jordan is said to have made scores of political arrests, amid reports of torture and ill-treatment in custody. In Iraq, the report says US-led forces committed gross human rights violations, including unlawful killings, arbitrary detention and torture. Armed groups in Iraq are similarly blamed for targeting civilians, hostage-taking and killing hostages.
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In California, if a person commits a serious crime, there is only a 5% chance they will serve time in state prison. Plus, how system screw ups and overwhelmed budgets and staff make matters worse. With Walt Lewis, former LA County deputy district attorney, and Patty Malone, a former TV news anchor.
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