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

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

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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#comptia | Google searches for coronavirus will now show you safety tips

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Searching Google for “coronavirus” will now send users to a curated search results page with resources from the World Health Organization, safety tips, and news updates, Google and the WHO announced today. This effort, which is just one of Google’s SOS Alerts, is now live. Google […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

#cyberfraud | #cybercriminals | Internet’s most dangerous celebrity searches include Alexis Bledel, James Corden, says computer security company McAfee

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When it comes to cyber-scams ‘Gilmore Girls’ actress Alexis Bledel is the internet’s most dangerous celebrity.

The computer security company McAfee said searches for Bledel lead to the most malicious and unreliable websites and links.

Late night talk-show host James Corden came in second.

Jimmy Fallon, Jackie Chan and Nicki Minaj also made the top ten.

McAfee has put the list out for 13 years now and cautions against clicking on suspicious websites, reported CNN.

Previous ‘most dangerous’ celebs included Emma Watson, Ruby Rose, Avril Lavigne and Amy Schumer.

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FBI searches for men allegedly involved in identity theft, cocaine distribution

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The FBI served a search warrant Wednesday morning in northwest Miami-Dade County while searching for four men accused of distributing cocaine, among other crimes. The warrant was served at the home of Odenia Samson, 33, near Northwest 135th Street and Northwest Third Avenue just after 6 a.m. with a SWAT team going inside. Later in the day, the FBI said they were searching for Samson, as well as three other men for their alleged involvement in the distribution of cocaine, credit card fraud and identity theft Ensi Prudent, 38, was arrested Wednesday afternoon. Samson, Michael Descolline, 24, and Eddie Elistin, 32, remain at large. Homeowner Roderick Samson, told Local 10 News reporter Ben Kennedy that he was asleep when the FBI broke through his front gate looking for his nephew. He said agents found Odeni’s brother, Ivinson Samson, 31, at his job in Miami Beach, where he works as a mechanic. Kennedy was at the home as a blue Chevrolet was towed away. Roderick Samson said Ivinson co-signed a loan for the car for his brother, but isn’t sure why the FBI was at their home. “If they committed a crime or whatever they were doing, police were doing their […]

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