Cleveland police arrest black serial killer Anthony Sowell
These cops fail to lock the door on their car and the suspect capitalizes on it.
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The hackers who came to the defense of Julian Assange, may need a pretty good defense team of their own. Five members of a group of cyber-hackers known as Anonymous is arrested in the U.K. -- suspected of having a role in a series of internet attacks aimed at big business called “Operation Payback.” The Wall Street Journal has more of those attacks.
“...these arrests are related to what are called denial-of-service attacks. That's when a computer floods a server to prevent it displaying a webpage.”
The Guardian reports, Anonymous is calling the arrests -- a sad mistake -- and says it is not to be taken lightly. Hardly a veiled threat.
"A statement purporting to be from Anonymous released last night warned the government that it was making a "sad mistake" in arresting the five men, and that the group considered it a ‘serious declaration of war’.”
The suspects are accused of violating the Computer Misuse Act, punishable by up to 10 years in prison. PCMag notes Anonymous finds the law ‘ridiculous.’
“‘Arresting somebody for taking part in a DDoS attack is exactly like arresting somebody for attending a peaceful demonstration in their hometown.”
But ZDnet interviews computer law expert William Malcolm who says, this is exactly the kind of cyber-meddling the law has set out to stop.
“‘The Computer Misuse Act was effectively amended to take in denial-of-service attacks, by amendments to the Police and Justice Bill 2006.’”
And while the group may be outraged by the police, Gawker points out, it didn’t take much grunt work to figure these guys out.
“Imagine a gang of diamond thieves plastering the Internet with slick advertisements for a new heist, inviting anyone to participate, no questions asked. If there's ever another Operation Payback, Anonymous might need to figure out how to be a bit more anonymous.”
So what do you think--should Anonymous be punished or was it just a small act of protest?
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To teach some people lesson about inappropriate wear
To teach about inappropriate wear
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BY KYLIE MCGIVERN
Atlanta Police have arrested one of three suspects in the videotaped beating of a 20-year-old gay man.
18-year-old Christopher Cain is one of the attackers in this video that went viral. The young men, who call themselves part of the “Jack City” gang, ambushed Brandon White and repeatedly yelled an anti-gay slur.
Here’s CNN with White’s take on the attack.
“I feel as though I should have justice. Because those guys didn’t feel my pain. They didn’t care whether or not I was injured. I could have died that day.”
Reports say police charged Cain with aggravated assault and robbery. HLN reports this crime is more than an isolated incident.
KEITH BOYKIN: “I think we have a culture in our society that says homophobia is still tolerable - whether you’re a TV commentator, whether you’re a football player...”
JANE VELEZ-MITCHELL: “Look, it’s in the movies everywhere. ‘That’s so gay,’ people say it all the time.”
But as the Georgia Voice reports, State Rep. Rashad Taylor (D-Atlanta) is trying to bring change. At a rally held in honor and support of White, Rashad announced his plans to introduce a state hate crimes bill -- a direct response to the attack.
"We have a federal hate crimes law. But there's no law here in Georgia that says its a crime to beat a man because he is gay, no law in Georgia that says it a crime to beat someone because they're Jewish, because they are a lesbian, because they're black, because they don't look like you … We've got to get back that here in this state."
Congressman and Civil Rights Activist John Lewis also spoke at the rally, which was held the same day police arrested Cain. WGCL reports...
Congressman and Civil Rights Activist JOHN LEWIS: “We cannot discriminate against someone because that person happens to be straight or gay. We are all one people, we are family, we are brothers and sisters.”
Police say they’ve identified two other suspects, but the men have not been arrested, nor their names released.
but he doesn't really cooperate
A Male is arrested by Police Officers. Its not that great but the more graphic videos I have will prob get rejected as the last one did.
please have a look to this video.
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May 7. - Video shows a controversial arrest by Philadelphia Police officers.Video shows a controversial arrest by Philadelphia Police officers.