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Interwebbed: Headlines for Crypto and Cyber News

What a tangled web we weave when first we attempt to weave in an unrelated Shakespeare quote to our morning link roundup. Today we’ve got more war, more Ferguson, but I repeat myself, duelling policing theories, and more. 135 more words


Pope, Dudley. Ramage’s Challenge.

London: Alison, 1985.

This is the 15th book in the series about the adventures in the Napoleonic wars of Captain Lord Nicholas Ramage, RN, which appears to be slowly running out of steam. 525 more words


Ukrainian troops losses: over 23,000 people

Dmitry Dzygovbrodsky reports: “My friends and I got the data from the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine on the real losses of Ukrainian troops – thanks to honest and noble officers that do not support the criminal government. 114 more words


Shahram Chiniyan Miandavab beaten and placed in solitary

HRANA, August 20, 2014

Shahram Chiniyan Miandavab (میاندوآب شهرام چینیان ), a Bahai shopkeeper from Tehran who is serving an 8-year sentence, and who is held in block 1 of Rajai Shahr prison, which is reserved for dangerous prisoners, was placed in solitary confinement on August 19. 169 more words

Bahai Faith

Prisoner stashed pills in rectum to alleviate heroin, nicotine withdrawal

The Courier Mail Josh Robertson 19 August 2014

FEAR of going cold turkey under a new smoking ban in Queensland prisons inspired a drug dealer to enter jail with a fistful of pain pills he hid in his rectum for three days.

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Drug Analysis And Toxicology

Book Review: Escape from Camp 14

“His first memory is an execution.”

And so with the first sentence in the book Escape from Camp 14 by Blaine Harden had me. It would be an excellent piece of fictional prose, if only it were fictional.

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