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Teacher Todd Weaver Accused of Impregnating Student | #teacher | #children | #kids | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

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Jackson County Todd Weaver, former teacher and wrestler. Todd Weaver, 50, is a former high school teacher at Indiana‘s Seymour High School, who has been accused of having an inappropriate […]

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Tri-C named in new lawsuit against Cleveland dance teacher accused of sexually abusing students | #teacher | #children | #kids | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

CLEVELAND — One day after a Cuyahoga County grand jury handed up a 74-count indictment against him, a second civil lawsuit has been filed against well-known Cleveland dance teacher, 54-year-old […] View full post on National Cyber Security

#sextrafficking | Suspect in Sarah Lawrence Cult Case Is Accused of Witness Tampering | #tinder | #pof | #match | romancescams | #scams

In 1998, he was the best man at the wedding of Bernard B. Kerik, the former New York police commissioner. In a New York magazine article last year, Mr. Kerik […] View full post on National Cyber Security

#bumble | #tinder | #pof Australian ‘pick-up artist’ Bradicus is accused of harassing women in the street in Mexico | romancescams | #scams

Thousands of people have signed a petition to kick a social media ‘pickup artist’ out of Mexico after complaints that he has been harassing women on the street. Bradley Tavis […] View full post on National Cyber Security

#sextrafficking | Florida teen accused in sex trafficking of 14-year-old girl | #tinder | #pof | #match | romancescams | #scams

_________________________ A 17-year-old South Florida boy is facing sex trafficking charges after being accused of selling a 14-year-old girl on social media August 14, 2020, 6:06 PM 2 min read […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Brothers arrested, accused of attempting to bribe witness | #facebookdating | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

_________________________ Abbeville Police have arrested two brothers and accused them of attempting to bribe a witness in a rape case involving one of them. Dannon Sellers, 36, of Kaplan, was […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Fmr. Anoka Theater Teacher Accused Of Sexually Abusing 4 Juvenile Students | #teacher | #children | #kids | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

Former School Resource Officer And Football Coach Reflects On Being A Role Model For His AthletesCharles Adams was the in-school police officer for Minneapolis North and the football coach. After […] View full post on National Cyber Security

#deepweb | “How hard is the skull?”: Disturbing web searches by Elmira teen accused of mother’s murder

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KITCHENER —
WARNING: Some details in this story may be disturbing to readers.

A police officer took the stand Monday to talk about the disturbing web searches discovered on the computer of an Elmira teen accused of his mother’s murder.

Her body was found in their home on Christmas Day 2017 but a police believe she actually died on November 30.

The teen is on trial for first-degree murder but has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.

Since he has been charged under the Youth Criminal Justice Act neither he nor his mother can be identified.

Detective Constable Matthew Loschmann testified Monday that the teen googled several questions just hours before the woman’s death.

Around 1 a.m. someone typed “how hard is the skull” into the search engine.

Then for the next seven hours, police testified, the user sporadically looked up video game sites.

At 8 a.m. there was another google search, this time for “how to treat a deep cut.”

All of those were done on a computer that was found in the basement of the home near the teen’s room.

Court has already heard from an expert who testified that there appeared to be a struggle between two people.

On Friday a friend testified that the teen confessed to the murder saying: “He walked upstairs and went to his mom’s bedroom. He saw her. Her back facing towards him. He said she turned around and charged at him with a knife and deflected.”

He also said: “I think he kicked her, he grabbed her hand. He took the knife and jabbed her in the side of the head.”

The crown argued that the internet searches show premeditation and are key to the charge of first-degree murder.

Detective Constable Loschmann will continue his testimony Tuesday.

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Woman #accused in #multiple #identity thefts looks to clear her #name

The suspect in a massive ID theft case from 2013 wants to clear up any confusion about the status of her involvement in the case.

“I just really wanted, you know, my side to be heard,” Pia Sims said

Nearly five years ago, Memphis police accused Sims of stealing the identities of 672 people.

Investigators said they found nearly $50,000 in cash in Sim’s car, along with boxes of tax documents, social security cards and IDs.

Sims called WMC Action News 5 on Thursday, March 15 to set the record straight.

She said she was never convicted of any crime in that case, and the Shelby County District Attorney’s Office confirms Sims was never indicted.

“I have no reason to steal anybody’s identity,” Sims said. “I would help anybody, not hurt them.”

But local business owner Anthony Elmore begs to differ. He said Sims hired him in January to install carpeting in her Orange Mound tax business 5 Star Taxes on Park Avenue.

Elmore said Sims refuses to pay him for his work.

“The sister girl ain’t paid nothing,” Elmore said. “Zonk. Zero. Negative.”

Sim’s side of the story is that the carpet install was shoddy and that her business partner, not her, hired Elmore.

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North Korea #accused of #stealing #warship #blueprints in #hack

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North Korea #accused of #stealing #warship #blueprints in #hack

North Korea’s cyber army appears to be going after real weapons.

Hackers tied to Kim Jong Un’s regime stole blueprints and other information about warships and submarines last year when they broke into one of the world’s biggest shipbuilders, according to South Korean lawmaker Kyeong Dae-soo.

Blueprints, shipbuilding technology, weapons systems and test data related to submarines and destroyers were among roughly 60 classified military documents taken from Daewoo Shipbuilding last year, according to Kyeong’s office. It said it was summarizing information it had received from the South Korean Defense Ministry and several military agencies.

The hackers are believed to have accessed some 40,000 documents in all.

Kyeong, a member of the opposition party, learned of the Daewoo hack at an intelligence briefing last week, according to a spokesman for the lawmaker. The South Korean Defense Ministry declined to comment on the matter, but said it is working to strengthen military security.

Daewoo has built several South Korean warships and submarines, all part of the country’s defenses against North Korea.

A Daewoo spokeswoman declined to comment, beyond saying that the company is looking into the matter.

The Daewoo hack is the latest case to come to light suggesting North Korea is using its hacking abilities to try to gain an edge in the tense standoff with the U.S. and its allies over Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program.

Earlier this month, another South Korean lawmaker revealed that North Korean hackers allegedly stole classified military documents from a Defense Ministry database. Among the documents stolen were a South Korea-U.S. wartime operation plan and a document that included procedures to “decapitate” North Korean leadership.

North Korean hackers have also been tied to other high profile cyberattacks, including the massive ransomware attack WannaCry earlier this year, a series of attacks on global banks that came to light last year and the hacking of Sony Pictures in 2014.

The North Korean government has repeatedly denied involvement in international cyberattacks.

Cybersecurity experts say the latest alleged heist shows the risks for government contractors.

“State versus state espionage has moved into the digital realm,” said Bryce Boland, Asia Pacific chief technology officer with cybersecurity firm FireEye.

Companies “involved in state activities like defense are considered fair game by cyber spies,” he said.

 

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