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Cyber Corps Program Trains Spies For Digital Age

Jim Thavisay is secretly stalking one of his classmates. And one of them is spying on him. "I have an idea who it is, but I'm not 100% sure yet," said Thavisay, a 25-year-old former casino blackjack dealer. Stalking is part of the curriculum in the Cyber Corps, an unusual two-year program at the University of Tulsa that teaches students how to spy in cyberspace, the latest frontier in espionage. Students le ...

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FBI Most Wanted ‘Hiding With Mormons’

The FBI says one of its Top 10 Most Wanted fugitives accused in the 2004 murder of an Arizona armored truck courier may be hiding in the Mormon community. 43-year-old Jason Brown is accused of shooting courier Robert Keith Palomares five times in the head at close range with a .45-caliber handgun on Nov. 29, 2004, outside a Phoenix theater. The FBI says Brown made off with $56,000 on a bicycle he ditched th ...

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Ex DARPA Director Joins Cannabis Science Industry

Cannabis Science, Inc. (NASD OTC: CBIS) has appointed Michael J. Goldblatt, Ph.D., the former Director of Defense Sciences at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to the Company's Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). Dr. Goldblatt holds extensive experience in successfully pioneering next-generation technologies, including host-oriented therapeutics for infectious disease.  He received his B.A ...

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Tasers Have Killed At Least 500 Americans

The Taser, the non-lethal law enforcement weapon that is meant to incapacitate criminals without causing great harm, has killed at least 500 people last decade. The real number of casualties might be even higher. In the period between 2001 and early 2012, the stun-gun Taser devices used by law enforcement across America have claimed the lives of 500 people. Amnesty International, the worldwide advocacy grou ...

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How Social Media Used By Child Abuse Gangs For Sex

Gangs of child abusers use Facebook and other social networking sites to trawl ‘menus’ of potential victims and plan sickening sex parties, a devastating report warns today. Naive young people are ‘wandering round’ in the ‘thicket’ of the internet, which plays a central role in grooming and planning abuse. Sue Berelowitz, deputy children’s commissioner for England, claimed groups of men use ‘menus of girls’ ...

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DHS Wants To Double Predator Drone Fleet In The US

Despite renewed criticism from both parties in Congress that domestic drones pose a privacy danger to US citizens—and a report from its own Inspector General recommending to stop buying them—the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has indicated it wants to more than double its fleet of Predator drones used to fly surveillance missions inside the United States. Yesterday, California Watch reported that DHS ...

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3 US Youth, Framed By FBI, Sentenced

Three American youth have been sentenced to prison for an alleged plot to blow up a highway bridge in Cleveland, Ohio, in yet another case of FBI agents deliberately inciting troubled youth to commit terror actions. In an apparent forced plea bargain, in which government prosecutors intimidated suspects to plead guilty to avoid a harsher sentence, the three Americans were sentenced to prison on Tuesday by a ...

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Instructional Guide On FBI Email Spying Of Petraeus

The unfolding scandal that led to the resignation of Gen. David Petraeus, the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, started with some purportedly harassing emails sent from pseudonymous email accounts to Jill Kelley. After the FBI kicked its investigation into high gear, it identified the sender as Paula Broadwell and, ultimately, read massive amounts of private email messages that uncovered an affai ...

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A History Of Incompetent CIA Directors

The scandal that saw CIA director and former top US general in Iraq and Afghanistan, David Petraeus, resign in disgrace over an extramarital affair is another in a string of scandals that have resulted in America’s top spies leaving the CIA in disgrace. Petraeus was a controversial choice to head the CIA. President Obama chose the commander of US forces in Afghanistan amid speculation that the Republican Pa ...

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FBI Handling Of David Petraeus Case ‘Inexcusable’

America's top law-enforcement agency found itself under intense scrutiny as it was alleged that one if its field agents had become obsessed with Jill Kelley, the 37-year-old party organiser from Florida who was bombarded with threatening emails from Paula Broadwell, Mr Petraeus's mistress. On Wednesday members of the House intelligence committee are expected to grill Sean Joyce, the FBI's deputy director, a ...

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