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Entire town guilty until proven innocent

Police in a Canadian town are asking residents to donate blood samples in efforts to crack a murder mystery that’s gone unsolved for more than a month. 627 more words


NYPD Launches Plan to Deal with Protests – Arm Police with Long Rifles, Machines Guns and Extra Protective Gear

Murders reached a historic low in NYC for 2014; overall crime was down across the board by nearly 5%; hell, even the holiday slowdown didn’t really lead to any additional crime.  1,056 more words


Pentagon agency wants drones to hunt in packs, like wolves

From Washington Post, by Dan Lamothe, January 2015

The U.S. military is preparing for a series of meetings that could shake up how the Pentagon flies its fleet of drone aircraft and move them toward hunting together in packs. 184 more words


Source Code Similarities: Experts Unmask 'Regin' Trojan as NSA Tool

From Spiegel, by Marcel Rosenbach, Hilmar Schmundt and Christian Stöcker

Just weeks ago, SPIEGEL published the source code of an NSA malware program known internally as QWERTY. 349 more words


You Don't Own What You Bought: Drone Maker Updates Firmware On All Drones To Stop Any Flights In DC

From TechDirt, byMike Masnick, Jan 2015

You may have heard the news recently about how a drunk employee of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (can’t make this crap up) accidentally flew a DJI Phantom II drone onto White House property, leading to a general collective freakout over the security implications of these personal helicopters. 224 more words


U.S. Honors Murderous, Human Rights-Violating Despot: “Man of Remarkable Character and Courage”

From Judicial Watch, Jan 2015

It’s both mind-boggling and disgusting that the United States has created a special competition to honor a foreign, murderous despot renowned for violating human rights, suppressing freedom of speech, publicly lashing adversaries and persecuting women. 297 more words


Nigerian youths stone presidential convoy amid anger over failure to stop Boko Haram

From the Guardian, Jan 2015


Youths angry at the Nigerian government’s failure to fight Boko Haram extremists have thrown stones at President Goodluck Jonathan’s electioneering convoy in the eastern town of Jalingo, breaking windshields and windows on several vehicles. 186 more words