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    By Sam Hoober Occasionally, it’s good to show off a win. While much of this column has been used to show what not to do, what people do wrong, etc., sometimes it’s good to highlight when something goes right. And sometimes things go right in states that are known for being downright hostile to lawful citizens carrying. In a residential area in downtown Syracuse, N.Y., a man opened fire on a group of people a few weeks ago after threatening several people there. One of the residents had a valid concealed carry permit and was carrying a sidearm. The armed citizen drew his pistol, and shot the man firing on the area. The perpetrator was killed in the exchange, with nobody else killed or wounded. Contrary to the wishes of the state government, and most local governments there, some Californians are lawfully armed. And sometimes, those lawfully armed Californians use them to save themselves and their loved ones from criminals. On Aug. 26, residents of a neighborhood in Newport Beach, Calif. were awoken by loud banging and other noises at...
    Interactive online police line-ups that show 3D images of people's faces can make it easier to accurately identify perpetrators, a new study reveals. Experts at the University of Birmingham have been testing a new type of software that lets witnesses move a lineup of faces in several directions. In trials, eyewitnesses who used the software were able to identify perpetrators more accurately when able to manipulate the 3D images of the suspects.  Compared to static photographs, interactive lineups boosted the correct identification of guilty suspects by 18 per cent.   POLICE LINE-UPS Lineups are used around the globe to help police identify criminals. Typically these involve witnesses examining an image of the suspect alongside 'fillers' - individuals who look similar, but who weren't involved in the crime. Eyewitness may have to identify the perpetrator if the perpetrator is present in the lineup (known as a correct identification) or to identify no one if the perpetrator is absent from the lineup (known as a correct rejection).  The ability of the eyewitness to accurately identify guilty from innocent suspects is known as discrimination accuracy. ...
    GERMAN police have launched a manhunt for a gunman "armed with an assault rifle" after two people were killed at a house. Cops discovered the two bodies in Dänischenhagen in Schleswig-Holstein after reports of a shooting in a home in a residential area. 4Cops have launched a manhunt in GermanyCredit: Alamy 4Two bodies were found in Dänischenhagen following a shootingCredit: DPA The property in Rosenweg is currently being secured following the incident. A man and a woman were shot dead in a semi-detached house while a white SUV is said to have escaped from the crime scene, Bild reports. Cops have also cordoned off parts of Holtenauer Strasse and the brewery district in Kiel city centre, according to NDR. Local residents were asked not to leave their homes as a police helicopter is currently circling over the city, with several patrol cars and the rescue service on-site. 4Local residents were asked not to leave their homes in KielCredit: Alamy 4Police have secured the property in RosenwegCredit: DPA A police office spokeswoman said police are looking into a white SUV,...
    A self defence expert has revealed the best move to stop someone from attacking you from behind, saying that squatting and pushing your hips into the perpetrator is the most effective way to escape. James Griffiths, a self defence expert and personal trainer, who owns the Wild Training gym in High Wycombe told FEMAIL that a person who is attacked from behind should drop hips into a low squat and then find an easy point to hit their aggressor before getting away. He added that women shouldn't use the well known 'key trick' of holding keys between their fists to stab the assailant in the leg following a viral video which instructed people to do so.    James explained that an attacker who grabs someone from behind can easily pick them up and then throw them to the floor and that in the heat of the moment, a jab from a key is unlikely to be effective.  To prevent this, the victim should squat and push their hips back. Doing so will also throw back their attacker's hips which will take away...
    The Investigation and Analysis Group of the Traffic Grouping (GIAT) of the Civil Guard tries to identify the author of the fatal outrage of the socialist councilor of Luceni (Zaragoza) José Raimundo Soria Laforga last Wednesday afternoon on the VP-24 highway, in front of an agricultural company. Apparently, the councilor traveled to this industry in the middle of the afternoon together with a civil protection agent before the notice received from a possible outbreak of fire in the facilities. The GIAT investigators consider that after the agent left the place, once the absence of flames had been verified, the mayor decided to check the outside of the plant again and crossed the road, at which point he was hit by a vehicle and driven twenty meters further given the violence of the coup. After the accident, the perpetrator fled without trying to help the victim. The body was located a few hours later by a colleague from the consistory who traveled to the area due to the lack of response to the calls made and who discovered the body Half-hidden...
    The alleged perpetrator of the fatal outrage of Robert Maraj, father of rapper Nicki Minaj, was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident, authorities reported Wednesday. The Nassau County Police (New York, USA), where the accident took place, identified the driver as Charles Polevich, 70, who allegedly ran over to Maraj, 64, on Friday afternoon in the New York town of Mineola. After the event, Polevich fled in his vehicle, despite being “fully aware” of what had happened, police said. “He got out of the car, looked at the deceased, got into his car and consciously decided to leave instead of calling 911 or an ambulance. He went home and hid the car, “Nassau Detective Stephen Fitzpatrick told the media. Polevich, who resides on the island of Guam but has a home in Mineola, was driving an easily recognizable 1992 Volvo model, so with the help of the images captured by security cameras from residences near the scene, the police were able to locate the defendant’s home. “Did things so we couldn’t discover the car “,...
    A Brooklyn man who was stripped naked and beaten by a gang after getting off a bus was actually the perpetrator of the incident, attorneys say. Walter Ward, 26, originally appeared to be the victim of the violent January 22 attack at a Chinatown bus depot at Canal and Allen Streets that left him bloodied But attorneys and another bus passenger say that Ward had actually robbed 20-year-old Jahi Nimmons at gunpoint hours before, reported the New York Daily News. They add that when the group of 13 pounced on him, they were getting revenge.  SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO   Walter Ward, 26 (blurred), who has an extensive criminal history, was beaten in Manhattan by a group of 13 on January 22 after getting off a bus from Atlanta  Attorneys say the group was getting revenge after Ward (blurred) robbed 20-year-old Jahi Nimmons at gunpoint During a bus ride from Atlanta, Ward stole Nimmons' coat, watch, sneakers and two cellphones. Pictured: Nimmons' grandmother during a press conference on Friday According to Nimmom's attorney, Kevin McCall, the incident occurred...
    The security forces and bodies that are looking for the alleged attacker of two women who were seriously injured by throwing acid on them this Tuesday in Cártama (Malaga), including his ex-girlfriend, detected this Wednesday night the suspect’s car driving on the road A-45 heading towards Malaga, after which it started a long chase which resulted in the individual abandoned his vehicle and fled on foot in the Malaga town of Mijas. Sources that participated in the follow-up reported that the car was detected when he was traveling on the A-45, known as “Las Pedrizas” and that communicates the interior of the province with the capital of Malaga, and that later continued on the A-7 -way that runs in the province of Malaga along the Costa del Sol- in the direction of Cádiz. After the car was discovered through a license plate reader sensor systemAt around 10 pm this Wednesday, a follow-up of his trajectory was activated in which the Civil Guard and other security forces such as the National Police Force and Local Police such as those of...
    (CNN)Yes, there is election fraud. It's coming from inside the White House. President Donald Trump's attempts to steal the election and win another term are exceedingly unlikely to work. But he is already succeeding in undermining key democratic norms on which our society functions by questioning the results without evidence, falsely alleging voter fraud, and, according to the Washington Post, even reaching out to a local election official charged with certifying results. Joshua A. DouglasTrump, who clearly lost the presidential election by large electoral and popular vote margins, has filed lawsuits in numerous battleground states that have largely gone nowhere. He has lied about massive voter fraud, which doesn't exist. His lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, even suggested that his goal is to delay certification of the results, enabling Republican legislators to thwart the will of the people and simply award Trump the Electoral College votes he needs to win -- an anti-democratic idea that is bound to fail given statements from Republican legislators in key states and Democratic governors who won't go along with attempts to undermine the electoral process.And perhaps...
    Bart Giamatti as soon as wrote of baseball, “It breaks your coronary heart,” and simply assume, the late commissioner printed that 31 Mets bullpens in the past. If it’s a Mets gut-punch loss, it have to be their bullpen. OK, to be truthful, their 10-inning, 9-Eight defeat to the Phillies on Monday afternoon at Citi Discipline may’ve been way more pedestrian and fewer thrilling, due to rookie David Peterson’s terrible return to the beginning rotation (5 runs in two innings); credit score goes to the Mets’ totally resurgent offense for preventing again in opposition to outdated pal Zack Wheeler and Joe Girardi’s aid corps in addition to journeyman Erasmo Ramirez’s contributing 5 innings of one-run ball after Peteron’s departure. The Mets discovered themselves trailing 6-Zero to Wheeler, one in all Jacob deGrom’s prime challengers for the Nationwide League Cy Younger Award, in the course of the fifth inning. In September, nevertheless, pandemic season or non-pandemic season, ethical victories are outlawed, all of the extra so if you presently don’t qualify for the low-bar pandemic playoffs. And after Jeff McNeil’s...
    Murcia, Aug 30 . .- The 45-year-old man wanted by the Civil Guard for the stabbing murder of his 41-year-old wife in Águilas (Murcia) has been arrested this morning by agents of the Civil Guard . Sources close to the case have confirmed to Efe that the alleged perpetrator of the sexist crime, of whom there are no previous complaints from the victim of abuse, was located and arrested after having fled in a tourism from the family home, located on Tenor José Sánchez Galán street of the locality. The events occurred around 8:30 p.m., when, for reasons that are being investigated, the husband allegedly stabbed his wife several times at the marital home. They are both of Moroccan nationality. The woman’s body was found by the couple’s two children, ages 14 and 10, when they returned to the family home. One of them notified a patrol of the Local Police of Águilas that was in the vicinity of what had happened. The Civil Guard started a device to locate and arrest the fugitive, which finally...
    Miami, Aug 4 (EFE) .- The 17-year-old Floridian Graham Clark, one of the three arrested in the case of Twitter accounts hacked on July 15 to personalities such as Barack Obama, Bill Gates and Elon Musk to defraud other people, pleaded not guilty Tuesday, according to court sources. Clark is accused of about thirty charges as the alleged perpetrator of a scam “to people across the country,” said the Florida State Attorney in Hillsborough County (West Coast of Florida), Andrew Warren, last Friday when he was arrested. The hearing was held by teleconference and another is scheduled for tomorrow to deal with bail. According to the Tampa Bay newspaper, the bond is set at $ 725,000, which is six times the amount he allegedly raised with the “hacking” of Twitter accounts ($ 117,000). But to be released before the trial, he will only have to pay 10% of the bail, according to Florida law, something that will not cause him difficulties since, according to his lawyers, he has more than three million dollars in the Bitcoin cryptocurrency, said diary. Clark,...
    A woman was violently kicked by a man while dancing at an event in Pakistan.  The shocking attack which was caught on camera saw the woman kicked in the chest by the man who had reportedly taken issue with the way she was dancing.  The disturbing clip has since been shared widely online.  A woman was violently kicked by a man while dancing at an event in Pakista The shocking attack which was caught on camera saw the woman kicked in the chest by the man The victim falls backwards out of view. In the aftermath of the incident, another man at the event is seen approaching the perpetrator, who was holding a Fanta bottle when he carried out the attack Footage shows the woman dancing to music as guests sit and watch her.  Suddenly the perpetrator appears from the sidelines holding a Fanta bottle and raises his leg to kick her forcefully in the chest.  The victim falls backwards out of view.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Bloodbath at Pakistan Stock Exchange:...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Cops need the public’s help in finding the tough guy who burned a sleeping homeless man on a Manhattan street with an ignited firework. Police said the incident happened at 4 a.m. on June 22 along Malcolm X Boulevard between West 113th and West 114th Streets in Harlem. According to law enforcement sources, the miscreant saw the 66-year-old homeless man sleeping on the sidewalk and apparently decided to deliver a rude awakening. Cops said the perpetrator lit a firework and hurled it at the victim. The firework then detonated, burning the homeless man’s back and leg.  The suspect had fled the scene by the time officers from the 28th Precinct and EMS arrived.  Paramedics brought the victim to St. Luke’s Hospital in stable condition. On June 27, the NYPD released video footage showing the perpetrator throwing the ignited firework at the victim. https://www.amny.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/FINAL-1968-20-Assault-28-Pct-.mp4 Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts can call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS (for Spanish, dial 888-57-PISTA). You can...
    Morrison exposed the existence of the assaults for the duration of a push meeting on Friday, introducing that a “state-based mostly cyber actor” is “targeting Australian businesses throughout a array of sectors, together with all levels of governing administration, field, political companies, training, well being, essential assistance companies and operators of other important infrastructure.” He did not specify which agencies or companies are considered to be below attack, nor did he element the actual character of the attacks — though he did say that the government’s investigation has not uncovered any “significant-scale personal facts breaches.” Morrison also did not say which state Australia believes to be guiding the attack. But he explained to reporters that “there are not a massive quantity of condition-primarily based actors that can have interaction in this form of exercise.” “It is apparent … that this has been carried out by a condition-centered actor with quite, very significant capabilities,” Morrison extra. The attacks are also not new, and Morrison manufactured very clear that these types of threats are a “consistent problem for Australia to offer...
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