Driving armored cars and handling loads of cash all day is likely a pretty routine job, but all security guards charged with moving money from point A to point B have to have nightmares like this video.
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France Looks to Set Age of Consent to 15
Bill Cosby Has Been Granted an Appeal in Sexual Assault Case
Bill Cosby has won a bid to overturn his sexual assault conviction.
According to CNN, Pennsylvania’s highest court has agreed to review two aspects of Cosby’s 2018 sex crime trial, in which he was convicted on three counts of aggravated indecent assault. The state’s Supreme Court will look at Judge Steven T. O’Neill’s decision to allow testimony from five other accusers of uncharged misconduct. Cosby’s legal team argues these witnesses were unreliable and should have never appeared before the jury because their allegations were not part of the charges.
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33 Confirmed Dead in Suspected Arson Attack on Japanese Anime Studio Kyoto Animation
A suspected arson attack on Japanese anime studio Kyoto Animation has left at least 33 dead and dozens injured. The Japan Times reports that a 41-year-old suspect has been arrested following the fire, which is the deadliest mass murder incident in Japan since the 2001 Myojo 56 building fire. Continue reading 33 Confirmed Dead in Suspected Arson Attack on Japanese Anime Studio Kyoto Animation
Suspect in Nispey Hussle Shooting Charged With Murder
Nipsey Hussle‘s suspected killer has been hit with criminal charges. Continue reading Suspect in Nispey Hussle Shooting Charged With Murder
The DEA Ran a Massive Database of People Who Bought Money-Counting Machines for Years
The Drug Enforcement Administration maintained a database of people who purchased money-counting machines as part of a “legally questionable” effort to identify suspected drug dealers for further surveillance and enforcement efforts, the New York Times reported on Saturday. Continue reading The DEA Ran a Massive Database of People Who Bought Money-Counting Machines for Years
A NEW METHOD OF DNA TESTING COULD SOLVE MORE SHOOTINGS
POLICE FOUND 19 spent shell casings scattered in the San Diego street where Gregory Benton was murdered on April 12, 2014. Benton and his cousin had gone to buy cigarettes, a witness later said. As they returned to a family party, two men pulled up in a car behind them. They got out, and at least one of them opened fire. Continue reading A NEW METHOD OF DNA TESTING COULD SOLVE MORE SHOOTINGS