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      Man jailed for attempted murder of pregnant ex-girlfriend in south Wales

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Yesterday - 17:46

    Daniel Mihai Popescu given more than 17 years for stabbing Andreea Pintili as she left home in Aberfan

    A man who stabbed his pregnant ex-girlfriend weeks before she was due to give birth to their baby has been jailed for 17 years and four months for attempted murder.

    Daniel Mihai Popescu, 29, grabbed Andreea Pintili as she left home in Aberfan, south Wales, and told her: “I have a knife and I am going to kill you.”

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      Partner of watch dealer found dead after robbery pays tribute to him

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Yesterday - 16:51


    Alana Dredge posts emotional message to Oliver White, who died hours after being put in chokehold during raid

    The partner of a watch dealer who was found dead the day after he was the victim of a robbery has paid tribute to him, saying she loved him more than she could express in words.

    The man, reported to be Oliver White, died hours after being put in a chokehold during the raid. Police have said they are not treating the death as suspicious.

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      Un Américain emprisonné pour avoir généré des images pédopornographiques avec Stable Diffusion

      news.movim.eu / Numerama · 7 days ago - 12:47

    Un américain, qui avait généré des milliers d'images à caractère pédopornographique avec de l'intelligence artificielle, a été arrêté. C'est une première, qui montre déjà l'omniprésence de la technologie dans la création de ce genre de contenu.

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      23-year-old man accused of running $100 million online narcotics marketplace

      news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Tuesday, 21 May - 00:28 · 1 minute

    23-year-old man accused of running $100 million online narcotics marketplace

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    Federal authorities have arrested a 23-year-old Taiwanese national and charged him with running an online market that sold $100 million worth of illicit narcotics, including fentanyl, cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin, LSD, and ketamine.

    The authorities said that for almost four years, Rui-Siang Lin operated and owned the Incognito Market, an online marketplace on the dark web that users worldwide visited to buy and sell illegal narcotics. The marketplace facilitated transactions with many of the same features provided by legitimate e-commerce sites, including buyer and user registration, branding, advertising, and customer service. When registered buyers visited the site using the Tor browser, they were presented with the following graphic:

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    The site allowed buyers to search through thousands of listings for narcotics of their choice. It opened in October 2020 and, as reported by KrebsOnSecurity, closed last March when its operators extorted both buyers and sellers of fees ranging from $100 to $2,000 in exchange for not revealing text messages and transaction records showing their participation in the marketplace. In the 41 months that Incognito Market was open, it facilitated the sale of more than $100 million of narcotics. By June 2023, the site was generating sales of $5 million per month.

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      Cold Case Investigations: Solving Britain’s Sex Crimes review – how victims from 50 years ago are finally getting justice

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Monday, 20 May - 21:00 · 1 minute

    This remarkable documentary goes behind the scenes at a new major crime unit digging into dormant cases – and getting closure for brave survivors who’ve been waiting for decades

    Cold Case Investigations: Solving Britain’s Sex Crimes initially appears to be yet another behind-the-scenes documentary about police work in the UK, along the lines of 24 Hours in Police Custody , Night Coppers , The Met and so on. But this stands out because the investigations covered in these two episodes are historic crimes, which have been unsolved for between 20 and 40 years, and because its focus is on sexual offences. The sensitivity this requires is evident; the stories are told carefully, with respect for the victims and for the officers meticulously reassembling what is often complex historical evidence and applying new techniques to it.

    Rape is notoriously underreported , conviction rates remain horrifyingly low and the delay in cases reaching court was recently called “a serious stain” on the justice system by a senior judge. The statistics here arrive rapidly. Hundreds of thousands of unsolved rape and sexual assault cases are lying dormant in police archives across the UK. A major crime unit has launched a push to re-examine 5,400 unsolved rape and sexual offence cases from the past 50 years, using forensic science that was previously unavailable.

    Cold Case Investigations: Solving Britain’s Sex Crimes airs on BBC Two and is available on BBC iPlayer now

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      Man jailed for life after Israel-Gaza ‘revenge’ murder in Hartlepool

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Friday, 17 May - 12:27


    Ahmed Alid, 45, stabbed Terence Carney, 70, and tried to kill another man in attacks described as terrorism

    A man who murdered a pensioner in the street in “revenge” for the Israel-Gaza conflict has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 45 years.

    Ahmed Alid, 45, stabbed Terence Carney, 70, six times in Hartlepool town centre early on 15 October, eight days after Hamas attacked Israel.

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      Young people buying large knives on Telegram and TikTok, police say

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Tuesday, 14 May - 23:00

    Commander says authorities scrambling to keep up with supply trends as knife crimes rise

    Young people are using sites such as Telegram and TikTok to buy large knives for use in attacks and intimidation, with some linked to Britain’s drug wars, police said.

    Stephen Clayman, national lead for knife crime for the National Police Chiefs’ Council, made it clear on Tuesday that police want tougher action after a 7% year-on-year rise in knife offences, with a 20% rise in knife-point robberies.

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      Gang ringleader jailed for life for 2005 murder of PC Sharon Beshenivsky

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Friday, 10 May - 14:02


    Piran Ditta Khan, 75, was last of seven men convicted for involvement in Bradford robbery in which Beshenivsky was shot

    The mastermind of an armed robbery that ended in a police officer being shot dead has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 40 years.

    PC Sharon Beshenivsky’s family watched from court as the last member of the gang responsible for the armed raid that claimed her life was sentenced after almost 20 years.

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      Punch review – James Graham’s tragic study of a fatal blow

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Friday, 10 May - 09:47

    Nottingham Playhouse
    A teenager kills a trainee paramedic with a single strike on a night out in Nottingham in this deftly directed play based on a real story

    Take note: this is not a play about the eponymous magazine specialising in scathing political satire, although such fare might more readily be expected from playwright James Graham. This is about the ripple effects of a single punch, thrown by a teenager on a night out, with fatal consequences.

    Fabulously directed by Adam Penford, it is based on a memoir by Jacob Dunne who killed 28-year-old trainee paramedic James Hodgkinson in this way. Its Nottingham staging is relevant: it is where Graham and Jacob (played by David Shields) grew up, the latter on a council estate that slowly sucks him into gang culture.

    At Nottingham Playhouse until 25 May.

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