A young Detroit-area woman who gave birth in a cold garage and left the baby to die apologized Tuesday before a judge ordered a mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole.
The body was discovered at a recycling center in January 2015 after being placed in a bin at a curb in Eastpointe, a Detroit suburb. Police soon learned more: The baby boy was born in a garage weeks earlier, just before Christmas, and was left there to die from exposure while Angela Alexie was inside the house.
"I didn't mean for it to happen," Alexie, 25, told a Macomb... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The Supreme Court on Thursday approved changes that would make it easier for the FBI to hack into computers, many of them belonging to victims of cybercrime. The changes will take immediate affect in December, unless Congress adopts competing legislation.
>Previously, under the federal rules on criminal procedures, a magistrate judge couldn’t approve... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The Supreme Court ruling also expands the warrants to allow the FBI to hack into computers in five or more districts that have been hacked, such as those infected by a botnet—a type of malware that gives criminal hackers the power to take over many innocent “zombie” computers to distribute spam or spread viruses.
>This part of the ruling would allow the FBI to search the victim’s property, explained Amie Stepanovich, senior policy counsel for digital rights group Access Now in a message to The Intercept.
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>>41530 >>The Supreme Court ruling also expands the warrants to allow the FBI to hack into computers in five or more districts that have been hacked Pretty vague there, creates a big loophole. Surely there is no way this could be abused by an overzealous investigator or anything...
Over 3000 were killed and nearly half a million were injured due to distracted driving in the US in 2014. The trends are getting more dire annually and younger drivers are the worst. In response there have been many add campaigns with poor results. New York is now considering fielding a device that could be connected to a stopped vehicle owner's phone to detect illegal phone use. It is dubed a "textalyzer".
Assuming the tech would work properly, and do nothing else,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
It can't and won't. Set aside the fifth amendment questions, which are unfortunately unlikely to be settled in the favor of personal privacy. Assume also that this is actually technically functional and not just some tech company run by a "connected" CEO that just scored a juicy contact.
How is the system able to determine whether the text was typed by hand or entered by voice? Only one of those is prohibited.
If... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>41288 1. Thousands are dying and millions are injured and nothing is working to make it stop. I don't think it's reasonable to assume that Big Brother just wants your data. 2. Like with drunk driving citizens are free to decline the breathalyzer, and then States are free to suspend their license. The 5th Amendment issue is moot. 3. Government contracting is rife with horror stories, you're right. But, this case would be special. The government should ensure that there's competition, oversight, and that... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
A German tourist was the latest visitor to feel the wrath of the sex workers when he was clubbed around the head with a rock and had his money and valuables stolen in the party town of Pattaya, south of Bangkok.
Lutz Mohler told police he had been attacked when he refused the advances of a group of the transgender sex workers, adding: "When I refused, they hit me with a rock and rode off on a motorbike.”
His attackers were arrested just hours later after leaving their victim in hospital with a broken nose.
It was just the latest in a string of vicious... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>In yesterday's statement the central bank once again decline to weigh how the hazards facing the US economy measure up against the chances of positive surprises, leaving the timing of the next interest-rate move unclear. >That marked the third rate-setting meeting in a row in which the Fed has omitted a statement on the balance of risks, clouding the outlook for monetary policy. Esther George, the Kansas City Fed chief, dissented in favour of a rate rise in April's meeting, replicating her vote in the March gathering. Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Beer in hand, 21-year-old Will Thomas bent down in the middle of the Columbia River to grab what he thought was a rock.
>“Look, Dave,” he reportedly told his friend Dave Deacy. It was 1996, and the college students were trying to sneak into a boat race near Kennewick, a small city in the southeast corner of Washington. Their master plan, according... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Once the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which had control over the Columbia River property, caught wind of the bones’ ancient age, the agency demanded the remains. A local tribe, the Umatilla, had claimed the Kennewick Man as an ancestor; the Native American group wanted to lay the skeleton to rest according to custom. Chatters, who had teamed up with paleoanthropologists like the Smithsonian Institute’s renowned bone expert Douglas Owsley, resisted.
>Thus began a debate that would last for 20 years. In one corner... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>“We believe that something this ancient is a precious gift,” Alan Schneider, an attorney for the paleontologists, told Newsday at the time. “If we repatriate it we should gather as much information as possible for future generations.” Meanwhile, the Kennewick Man surfaced from the mud only to be sealed in a safe at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, beyond the reach of camera lenses and analytical equipment.
>Umatilla religious leader Armand Minthorn was unimpressed with the researchers’ entreaty.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>In the meantime, Owsley had the liberty to move forward with his research. As the Smithsonian Magazine reported:
> A vast amount of data was collected in the 16 days Owsley and colleagues spent with the bones. Twenty-two scientists scrutinized the almost 300 bones and fragments. Led by Kari Bruwelheide, a forensic anthropologist at the Smithsonian, they first reassembled the fragile skeleton so they could see it as a whole. They built a shallow box, added a layer of fine sand, and covered that with black velvet; then... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>A huge explosion has rocked Kabul close to the US embassy and several Afghan government ministries and security agencies. According to local media, over 100 people have been injured in the attack.
>Reports of the number of injured vary. According to Pajhwok Afghan News, at least 100 people were wounded in the attack. Tolo news cited officials from Afghan Health Ministry who confirmed that at least 161 people were injured in the Kabul suicide bombing.
>Ghani slammed the attack “in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I was a huge football fan when the OJ bronco chase went down and remember feeling sorry for him. Now i wish he would have killed himself at that point. But i think he has too much of an ego to commit suicide and is prolly a sociopath or psychopath. I hope they turn down his bail application.
>A federal judge Monday upheld North Carolina’s controversial new voting law, dealing a blow to critics who said the state’s rules will discourage minorities from casting ballots during this fall’s presidential election.
>The voting law, passed by North Carolina’s legislature in 2013, is among the strictest in the country. It reduces the number of days of early voting, prohibits people from registering and voting on the same day, stops ballots cast in the wrong precinct from being counted, ends the practice... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
They only rushed in because of police commanders mishandling the crowds, the game itself, being completely ignorant the stadium's capacity and the police presence available; and finally deciding to cower away in a room whilst the heroes of the emergency services and fans who were retired/off-duty firemen, doctors etc did what they could.
You are an absolute cunt, a complete bastardization of a "human" being if you can't even understand how these people were victims of a tragedy. I hope you... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Health agencies are asking for 1.9 billion to fight Zika in the Americas citing hundreds of thousands of potential cases in Puerto Rico alone, the onset of mosquito season (not to mention the Olympics), and new, troubling findings on the nature of the virus.
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