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This is a fact! In order to avoid the statute of limitations prosecutors have brought indictments against anonymous DNA profiles!
Recently prosecutors in Wisconsin filed a felony charge against the DNA profile of an unidentified man believed to have sent a threatening letter to a judge. The DNA was
This is a fact!
Doxing can refer to a broad array of conduct, but its essence is publishing private information about a person, such as home address, employment location, cell phone numbers, etc, usually out of a sense of revenge or social justice. The term comes from the abbreviation “docs”
Just recently in San Jose, California, 90-year old Tony Aiello was arrested on suspicion of murdering his 67-year-old stepdaughter, Karen Navarra, who was wearing a Fitbit when she died.
The victim was discovered in her home, slumped over in a chair, clutching a large
Facebook is free for its 2.2 billion active users, and is sustained on ad revenue. Its worldwide ad revenue was over $33 billion in 2018, with almost $15 billion generated in the U.S. Advertisers love the extensive ad targeting options available on Facebook, which allow advertises to zero in on
Despite being fired as Chairman and CEO of CBS due to at least twelve accusations of sexual misconduct, including assault, Leslie Moonves could still walk away with a $120 million severance. This is because CBS reached a settlement with Moonves pending its internal investigation.
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A Kansas couple says Bank of America blocked access to their bank account after they ignored a form demanding proof of citizenship from the husband, who was born and raised in Kansas. The couple thought the letter was spam. The account was unfrozen after he supplied a driver’s license at a