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Killed live on Zoom.

A 72-year-old man has been stabbed to death by his son in New York state during a Zoom video chat with 20 other participants, police say.

Dwight Powers was attacked by his 32-year-old son, Thomas Scully-Powers, who then jumped out of a window and fled in Long Island's Amityville village. He was held within an hour after chat guests had called the police. The motive of the attack was not yet clear. Mr Scully-Powers was later charged with second-degree murder.

In a statement, Suffolk County police said further information would be provided once the suspect, who sustained minor injuries, was treated and discharged from hospital.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-52767764
 

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Killed live on Zoom.
A 72-year-old man has been stabbed to death by his son in New York state during a Zoom video chat with 20 other participants, police say.
This newer AP story adds more details on this bizarre incident.
DA: Son confesses to fatally stabbing dad during Zoom call

A Long Island man suspected of fatally stabbing his father on a live Zoom call confessed to the caught-on-camera killing after police found him trying to wash blood off his body with Dr. Pepper, prosecutors said Friday.

Thomas Scully-Powers, 32, was arraigned via video and ordered jailed without bail after pleading not guilty to a murder charge in the attack Thursday that left 72-year-old Dwight Powers nearly decapitated as horrified call participants scrambled to dial 911.

District Attorney Tim Sini said Scully-Powers told police he stabbed his father about 15 times and used several knives because the blades kept bending. An autopsy showed that Powers had multiple stab wounds to his back, neck and torso, and police found multiple knives at the scene.

“By the defendant’s own admissions, he brutally stabbed his own father repeatedly until he was certain he was dead,” Sini said, calling it a “shocking and disturbing” case.

Scully-Powers’ lawyer, Jon Manley, said they were only able to speak for about five minutes before Friday’s video arraignment and that it would be premature for him to comment on the case. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of 25 years to life in prison.

Prosecutors say Scully-Powers attacked his father around noon Thursday at their Amityville apartment as the older man sat down for a Zoom video meeting, beating him before returning to the room with a knife. That prompted one of about 20 other people in the meeting to call 911. ...

After an apparent attempt to clean up, Scully-Powers jumped out a second-floor window and fled on foot as police officers arrived, prosecutors said. A mop and bucket were found in the bathroom and a blood-saturated bed sheet was found in a garbage bag.

Scully-Powers then ran to a deli, swiped several bottles of Dr. Pepper and tried using the soda to wash blood off his body, prosecutors said.

Amityville Village police apprehended Scully-Powers within an hour of the killing about a mile from the apartment. He was treated at a hospital for injuries from his jump.
SOURCE: https://apnews.com/d41d10dd57e2e9b1c0de40eadbde9dfd
 

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Here's an eerily chilling case with a high WTF-ness factor ...

This mother didn't succeed in killing her child on the first attempt, but kept trying. When the second attempt worked, she claimed the boy had been abducted. This lie couldn't be sustained in light of witness reports and video of the first (failed) murder attempt.

Police: Miami mom faked son’s abduction, faces murder charge

A Miami woman faked her son’s abduction after trying to drown him twice, with witnesses rescuing the boy from a canal the first time, and the second attempt ending in the boy’s death, officials said Saturday.

Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle said Patricia Ripley, 45, is facing attempted and premeditated murder charges and being held in jail with no bond.

The boy, Alejandro Ripley, 9, was autistic and nonverbal. He was found floating in a canal Friday.

In an interview Saturday, Fernandez Rundle said Ripley apparently tried to drown her son an hour earlier at a different canal but nearby residents heard yelling and rescued him. Then, Fernandez Rundle said, Ripley drove her son to another canal.

“Unfortunately when she took him to the second canal, and there was no one there,” Fernandez Rundle said in an interview with The Associated Press. “She tried it once, and people rescued him. He was alive. He could have stayed alive. She intended, from all the facts of the case, to kill him.”

Fernandez Rundle said an autopsy was being done on the boy Saturday to determine if he had other injuries or perhaps had something toxic in his system. She said no decision has been made yet on whether prosecutors will seek the death penalty.

Fernandez Rundle also noted that because the boy was nonverbal, he could not have told his initial rescuers what had happened with his mother.

“He can’t say anything to his rescuers. We talk about children being voiceless. This is another level of voicelessness. He was incapable of saying that ‘mommy put me in the water.’” ...

Miami-Dade police department says the mother first claimed she was ambushed by two black men who demanded drugs and took her cellphone, tablet and son, before fleeing Thursday night, prompting an Amber Alert in the area south of Miami. ...
FULL STORY: https://apnews.com/024299e864e64dcc9749e67084389639
 

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Man in Wheelchair Holds Up Jewelry Store While Pointing a Gun With His Feet

A 19-year-old man placed a note on the counter of a jewelry store in Canela, Brazil, then pulled a gun on the shopkeeper. That doesn’t sound like an atypical way to begin a holdup…except that the attempted robbery was carried out by a man in a wheelchair who doesn’t have the use of his hands.


The teen, who can’t speak, had been in the store for ten minutes before making his move. The note said “Hand off everything. Don’t raise attention.”

The robber used his feet to hold a gun on the man behind the counter. Note that the other customer in the store doesn’t seem phased at all by what’s going on, appearing to apply hand sanitizer while continuing to casually browse the display cases.

The good news: all involved were wearing face masks and appeared to maintain proper social distancing.

The police arrived and arrested the teenager, who was also in possession of a knife.

A family member appeared at the police precinct and assisted the police in questioning the teen due to his disability before he was released from custody.

The would-be thief was released?

‘It must be considered that, given the elements initially brought to the police station, it would possibly be an impossible crime to be consummated, especially if you considered the physical condition of the [person being] investigated, also due to the unlikelihood of escape,’ [City delegate Vladimir] Medeiros said.
https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/m...ore-while-pointing-a-gun-with-his-feet-video/

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Man in Wheelchair Holds Up Jewelry Store While Pointing a Gun With His Feet

A 19-year-old man placed a note on the counter of a jewelry store in Canela, Brazil, then pulled a gun on the shopkeeper. That doesn’t sound like an atypical way to begin a holdup…except that the attempted robbery was carried out by a man in a wheelchair who doesn’t have the use of his hands.


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Bit bizarre.

Spanish police have arrested three people, including a well known pornographic actor, in connection with the death of a photographer who is thought to have died after inhaling toad venom during a shamanic ceremony.

The Guardia Civil did not name those detained, but the fatal ceremony, which took place in the Valencian town of Enguera in July 2019, allegedly involved the Spanish porn actor Nacho Vidal, and resulted in the death of a fashion photographer, José Luis Abad.

In a statement, the force said that two men and a woman aged from 37 to 50 had been arrested on suspicion of involuntary manslaughter and violating public health laws.

“Officers began the investigation after the death of a person during a mystical ritual involving the inhalation of vapours from the venom of the bufo alvarius toad,” the statement said.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2...actor-arrested-over-fatal-toad-venom-ceremony
 

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a mobile phone, four Sim cards and a charging device were found secreted up your anus ...
According to the link, this delicate information was provided by an officer who admitted having a relationship with another prisoner!

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A man has been arrested in Thailand for allegedly stealing his neighbours shoes in order to have sex with them. Theerapat Klaiya, 24, had a fetish for flip-flops and was found with a staggering 126 pairs that he had pinched from locals in Nonthaburi, central Thailand, police said.

Officers identified Klaiya using footage from CCTV set up outside his latest alleged victim’s home. When they searched the man’s home, they found his sprawling collection of shoes that he claimed he had been collecting for more than two years.


https://metro.co.uk/2020/05/26/man-shoe-fetish-stole-126-flip-flops-have-sex-12760304/
 

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A sick scumbag.

A man in California has been charged with poisoning eight homeless people with a substance described as "twice as strong" as pepper spray.

William Robert Cable, 38, is accused of giving at least eight people food laced with oleoresin capsicum and filming them as they became ill. Several of the alleged victims were hospitalised and authorities believe the suspect could have targeted others. Mr Cable faces up to 19 years in prison if convicted.

"These human beings were preyed upon because they are vulnerable," Orange County's district attorney Todd Spitzer said. "They were exploited and poisoned as part of a twisted form of entertainment, and their pain was recorded so that it could be relived by their attacker over and over again."

According to the Orange County District Attorney's Office, the suspect approached vulnerable homeless people in the Huntington Beach area in May and offered them food laced with a substance "twice as strong" as the pepper spray used by police. Oleoresin capsicum is derived from chilli plants and is the main active ingredient used in pepper spray. The strength of each spray varies between manufacturers.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-53017919
 

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Another sickening case.

A couple in Pakistan accused of torturing their seven-year-old maid to death will be held in jail for two weeks while police arrange a polygraph.

Hospital staff in Rawalpindi alerted police at the end of May after the couple brought the injured girl, Zahra, for treatment. She died a day later. It is illegal to employ anyone under 15 in Pakistan but it remains common. The case has prompted anger and made national headlines. The accused couple have not commented publicly.

Pakistan's human rights minister promised to amend the laws to curb the practice of employing child workers. Critics say too little has been done to enforce laws already in place.

Zahra's grandfather Syed Fazal Hussain Shah told the BBC that a distant relative who had been working at Siddique's house as a cook for some years got Zahra the job with the couple, about five months ago.

"He said they will educate her, something that we couldn't afford. So we decided to send her," he said.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-53008093
 

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Another sickening case.

A couple in Pakistan accused of torturing their seven-year-old maid to death will be held in jail for two weeks while police arrange a polygraph.

Hospital staff in Rawalpindi alerted police at the end of May after the couple brought the injured girl, Zahra, for treatment. She died a day later. It is illegal to employ anyone under 15 in Pakistan but it remains common. The case has prompted anger and made national headlines. The accused couple have not commented publicly.

Pakistan's human rights minister promised to amend the laws to curb the practice of employing child workers. Critics say too little has been done to enforce laws already in place.

Zahra's grandfather Syed Fazal Hussain Shah told the BBC that a distant relative who had been working at Siddique's house as a cook for some years got Zahra the job with the couple, about five months ago.

"He said they will educate her, something that we couldn't afford. So we decided to send her," he said.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-53008093
Slavery. And now murder. Seems to be really common in Pakistan. :mad:
 

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Bit of a difference between a heart attack and being stabbed in the head.

A judge who was said to have died of a heart attack while overseeing a corruption trial involving the president's chief of staff in the Democratic Republic of Congo actually died of stab wounds to the head, the justice minister has revealed.

Celestin Tunda Ya Kasende said a murder investigation had now been launched. In May, police said Judge Raphael Yanyi had died of a heart attack. He had been presiding over the trial on corruption charges of Vital Kamerhe.

But an autopsy has since shown "he died a violent death, due to the blows of sharp points or knife-like objects, which were thrust into his head", Justice Minister Celestin Tunda Ya Kasende told Reuters news agency on Tuesday. Yanyi's body also showed signs of "toxic substances in non-lethal doses", the justice ministry said.

Mr Kamerhe, once a key member of President Felix Tshisekedi's government, is accused of embezzling more than $50m (£39m) of public funds. He denies all accusations of wrongdoing.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-53073356
 

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A sick scumbag.

A man in California has been charged with poisoning eight homeless people with a substance described as "twice as strong" as pepper spray.

William Robert Cable, 38, is accused of giving at least eight people food laced with oleoresin capsicum and filming them as they became ill. Several of the alleged victims were hospitalised and authorities believe the suspect could have targeted others. Mr Cable faces up to 19 years in prison if convicted.

"These human beings were preyed upon because they are vulnerable," Orange County's district attorney Todd Spitzer said. "They were exploited and poisoned as part of a twisted form of entertainment, and their pain was recorded so that it could be relived by their attacker over and over again."

According to the Orange County District Attorney's Office, the suspect approached vulnerable homeless people in the Huntington Beach area in May and offered them food laced with a substance "twice as strong" as the pepper spray used by police. Oleoresin capsicum is derived from chilli plants and is the main active ingredient used in pepper spray. The strength of each spray varies between manufacturers.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-53017919
What we need for posts like this is a 'What a fucking twat!' button.
 

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Boogalooer charged with murder..

A US Air Force sergeant with links to the far-right Boogaloo Bois movement has been charged with the murder of a federal security officer in California, the FBI says.

Steven Carrillo is accused of killing David Patrick Underwood outside the courthouse in Oakland during Black Lives Matter protests last month. He was already charged with the murder of another officer eight days later. Damon Gutzwiller was killed in an ambush near Santa Cruz on 6 June. Mr Carrillo, who is stationed at Travis air force base, was arrested during a subsequent confrontation.

He appears to have used his own blood to write various phrases on the bonnet of a car he stole, the FBI said, including "boog" and "stop the duopoly".

"Boogaloo" is a term used by extremists to reference a violent uprising or impending civil war in the US, the FBI said.

Adherents of the loose grouping known as Boogaloo Bois, which some liken to a militia, are anti-government and often carry assault weapons.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-53076159
 

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A former counterterrorism analyst who admitted leaking government secrets to his journalist girlfriend says she wore him down by repeatedly cajoling him for classified information.

Henry Kyle Frese pleaded guilty in February to violating the Espionage Act and faces up to 10 years in prison when he is sentenced Thursday in federal court in Alexandria.
 

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Finally an answer?

The apparent deathbed confession of a former policeman could end a series of unresolved murder cases which have baffled Belgian police for decades.

The "Crazy Brabant Killers", as they were known, murdered 28 people in Brussels in a dozen robberies during the 1980s - mostly at supermarkets.

They were never caught. Their ability to outwit police led to conspiracy theories of official cover-ups.

The gang's members were dubbed the "The Giant", "The Killer" and "The Old Man".

Their main target was the shops' petty cash holdings, but they would also spontaneously gun down customers.

Belgian authorities confirmed they were following a new line of inquiry after a man came forward to say that his brother, a former police officer, had confessed to being "The Giant"

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-41734059?ocid=socialflow_twitter

Another clue?

The left-handed man is wearing sunglasses and holding a semi-automatic shotgun of a type used by Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character in The Terminator.

His photograph was given anonymously to Belgian police 35 years ago after an armed raid on a supermarket in the Flemish city of Aalst on November 9, 1985, during which eight people were killed. It was the work of a notorious group known as the Brabant “crazy killers”. They took their death toll to 28 in their final act of violence before the murders and armed robberies suddenly and mysteriously ceased. The federal prosecutor’s office said that the person who submitted the photo had said it showed “a very important person in the Brabant killers case”.

The killings defined Belgium’s collective memory of the 1980s and the emergence of gangsterism and the far-right within the law enforcement agencies. Conspiracy theories swirled, with suggestions that the killers were part of a shadowy far-right network trying to destabilise the state.

Two years ago the case was reopened by federal prosecutors in a last push to identify the gang. Police have released the picture but the weapon was not of a type ever used in the raids. The same type was, however, owned by Pierre-Paul De Rycke, an underworld figure who held “pink ballet” sex parties where gangsters, police officers and far-right weapons enthusiasts frolicked with prostitutes in baths full of strawberry jam. He died in an apparent suicide in 2001.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/...-belgian-shotgun-gang-who-killed-28-bvsn2phsz
 

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This is one of the strangest carjacking incidents I've ever encountered ...
Police: Carjacker sits on driver, leads officers on chase

A man forced his way into a vehicle, sat on the driver and took off, pinning her on the seat while leading officers on a chase that began in New Jersey and ended in Pennsylvania, police said.

Tomasz Dymek, 31, of the Astoria neighborhood of Queens in New York City, was soliciting money in a drug store parking lot Thursday when a 66-year-old woman gave him $1, Ewing police said.

“Dymek was not satisfied with the dollar so he forced his way into the victim’s vehicle and drove from the lot, sitting on top of her in the driver’s seat,” police said in a news release. ...

The woman remained pinned under Dymek as he drove, and she could not hit the brakes, authorities said.

Callers alerted police, who pursued the vehicle into Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, where it became disabled.

Police arrested Dymek as he fled on foot. He faces extradition and criminal and motor vehicle charges. It could not be determined if he had a lawyer.

The woman was examined by medics and gave police a statement.
SOURCE: https://apnews.com/38b1190da52b27205348da9fc4912086
 

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US Man in high speed chase with police says he was teaching his dog to drive:
Was the car a Rover?

The dog was in the driver's seat, so it checks out. As we know, dogs driving cars are hilarious, and this is only amusing because nobody was hurt (miraculously).
 

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Repeated thefts of crocodiles from an Australian reptile park have left the owner baffled ...
Someone in Australia Is Stealing Crocodiles and Authorities Don't Know Why

Fifty-nine baby crocodiles were recently reported stolen from a reptile park in Australia’s Northern Territory.

The hatchlings went missing last month from the Crocodylus Park in Darwin’s CBD, where they were being held as part of a research project aimed at exploring the impacts of habitat on crocodile growth. According to park owner Professor Grahame Webb, the animals are worth several hundred dollars each—and he's "100 percent sure they were stolen."

"It’s happened to us before," he told VICE over the phone, noting that hundreds of baby crocodiles have been taken from the park in the past. "At one stage we know that it was young kids that were putting them in their backpack and obviously selling them to somebody—I don't know who—and one time we saw a vehicle with five guys parked outside."

Professor Webb said he isn't sure exactly why people keep stealing the park's reptiles, but noted that "crocs have become a commercial commodity: you can buy crocodile products, you can buy stuffed crocodiles, you can buy things that are made from crocodiles. ...
FULL STORY: https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/...ing-baby-crocodiles-authorities-dont-know-why
 

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Danish amateur submariner admits to dismembering reporter
More evidence discovered, story changes again—Madsen no longer calls it an "accident."

https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy...r-submariner-admits-to-dismembering-reporter/

??? In Madsen's last court hearing, prosecutors revealed that they had found videos of women being tortured and decapitated on a hard drive of a computer at Madsen's RML Spacelab. Madsen denied the videos were his.
Madsen implicated in another murder.

The Danish inventor who murdered and dismembered a Swedish journalist on board his submarine was investigated over the killing of a 17-year-old girl, a book claims.

Peter Madsen, who is serving a life sentence for the death of the freelance reporter Kim Wall, allegedly came on to the radar of Danish police as they tried to identify the murderer of Emilie Meng, whose body was found in a lake on Christmas Eve in 2016.

Emilie’s disappearance is one of modern Denmark’s most infamous unsolved crimes. She vanished in July 2016 as she returned to her parents’ home in Korsor, a port town on the west coast of Zealand, after a night out with friends.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/past-six...en-linked-to-murder-of-teenage-girl-fnd2qgnzw
 

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This Alaskan fellow must have really, really needed to get to his preferred bar ... It's definitely gonna cost him ...
Fisherman steals a King Salmon fire truck, drives to bar with emergency lights on

An Eagle River man stole a fire truck from the King Salmon Fire Station on Saturday night and drove 15 miles with lights flashing to a bar where he was arrested, police said.

Dawson Cody Porter, 22, used a piece of lumber to break a window of the fire station and made his way inside the building around 9 p.m., the Bristol Bay Borough Police Department said in an online statement. Once inside, Porter started a fire truck and drove it through the station’s closed bay doors. Police Chief John Rhyshek said no one was in the building when Porter broke in.

Porter switched on the fire truck’s emergency overhead lights and headed west toward Naknek, 15 miles down the Alaska Peninsula Highway. Rhyshek estimates that Porter was driving the fire truck for less than a half hour before he parked in front of the Fisherman’s Bar.

Two Bristol Bay officers made contact with Porter before he got out of the fire truck and he was arrested outside the bar, Rhyshek said. ...

In total, Porter caused roughly $10,000 worth of damage and made it so the firetruck, which is valued at about $100,000, was out of service temporarily as it awaited necessary repairs. ...
SOURCE: https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/cri...truck-drives-to-bar-with-emergency-lights-on/
 

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Hopefully they will soon be gnomeward bound.

It is now Snow White and the Five Dwarfs after two were taken from a Carmarthenshire garden.

A thief has also taken ornamental sheep, dragons, plant pots and a horse - however, they failed to move a large concrete buddha. All the items are worth relatively little, but would take a car or van to move. Police believe that eight incidents, within a 10-mile (16km) radius of Carmarthen and Llanelli, are linked.

The Disney-themed gnomes were taken from a garden in Trimsaran and owner Naomi Wilmot first thought one of her relatives was playing a trick on her.

"I was given these gnomes as a gift and I spent ages painting them up so that they were all the right colour," she said.

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-53264181
 

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Years ago an auditing firm was auditing a company. During the process, the auditors were taken to the bank branch where the company's primary acct was. They went in, met the manager, pull all records, everything was great. The audit finished smoothly. Guess what happened later?

One of the auditors walked by the location of bank branch the day after the auditing. He was shocked to see the bank was gone. The company staged the entire fake bank branch with fake staff, customers, of course fake records.

China ....

 
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