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    Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced that residents whose private information is comprised due to a cyber attack this month will be notified by county officials. Cybercriminals on the "dark web" hacked into the county government system on Thursday, Sept. 8, and since that time have demanded a "ransom," to get the system back online, although county officials have not confirmed a ransom has been demanded. Bellone said on Tuesday, Sept. 20, anyone whose data was compromised will be offered free identity theft protection services. Officials added that it does not have a number of people who may have had their data compromised. Bellone also said on Tuesday, Sept. 20 that the county submitted formal notification of the data hack to the attorney general's office. The hack has caused a massive problem for county agencies that have been working to protect sensitive information. One of the larger problems with the hack has been police operations which have had to borrow extra 911 workers, as well as help so officers who make stops have to reroute their calls for information on...
    OFFICIALS have issued a major update as they try to solve the murder of a four-year-old girl whose decomposing body was found near a ditch. The Texas Department of Public Safety is appealing for information in the 2002 killing of Dannarriah Finley. 3Dannarriah Finley, 4, was kidnapped, raped and murdered in 2002Credit: Family Handout 3Finley's decomposing body was found in a remote area of Port Arthur, known as Pleasure IslandCredit: Google An increased reward of up to $6,000 is now on offer for information that leads to an arrest of those responsible, as long as the tip is received before the next featured cold case is announced. It is routine to offer a reward of $3,000 for information leading to an arrest on all cases on the Texas Rangers’s Cold Case website. Finley was reported missing to the Orange Police Department on July 4, 2002 and had last been seen alive sleeping in a bedroom at her mom’s house, along with her siblings and cousins. Her mostly nude and partially decomposed body was found three days later approximately 27 miles...
    LONDON (AP) — The British government refused Thursday to reveal whether intelligence agencies expressed concerns about the decision to award a noble title and a seat in Parliament to a newspaper owner whose father was a KGB agent. Lawmakers voted earlier this year to order the government to release documents related to the appointment of Russia-born newspaper owner Evgeny Lebedev to the House of Lords. Opposition politicians have demanded to know about Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s involvement in the awarding of a place in Parliament’s unelected upper chamber to Lebedev, whose oligarch father Alexander Lebedev is a former KGB officer. British media have reported that Johnson overruled British intelligence agencies’ concerns about the 2020 ennobling of Lebedev, who owns the Independent and Evening Standard newspapers. The government insists that all Lords appointments are vetted by a commission. Two weeks after the deadline to comply with lawmakers’ request, Johnson’s Conservative government on Thursday published partial documents: the blank form Lebedev was required to fill in for the House of Lords Appointments Commission, the public citation announcing his appointment as Lord Lebedev...
    A DoorDash driver and a driver for hire in the area has gone missing and authorities are asking the public's help in locating him. Carlos Reyes, age 20, was reported missing by his family members in Fairfield County at around 8 a.m. Thursday, March 31, according to the City of Danbury Police Department. His family said they last saw him on Monday, March 28 at approximately 11 p.m.  Reyes was known to frequent Danbury, Waterbury, and Naugatuck, said police. When Reyes was reported missing, investigators received information that Reyes’s vehicle, a 2008 gray four-door Infiniti sedan, was located in neighboring Putnam County, in Brewster. The vehicle was found before midnight on Wednesday, March 29, fully engulfed in flames, and the extinguished vehicle proved to be unoccupied, said police.   With the assistance of the New York State Police, an extensive search of the surrounding area showed no signs of Reyes, Danbury Police said. On Thursday, April 7, investigators executed a search-and-seizure warrant at a Ball Pond Road residence and property for possible evidence or clues related to the missing Reyes.  The...
    The House Ethics Committee unveiled reports of alleged wrongdoing and corruption by four congressmen on Friday, and said it will review all allegations. The reports conducted and referred to the committee by Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE), investigated GOP Reps. Alex Mooney, W.Va.,Jim Hagedorn, Minn., and Mike Kelly, Pa., and Democratic Rep. Tom Malinowski, N.J. The ethics office investigates complaints, but only the House Ethics Committee has the power to punish a lawmaker for wrongdoing.  The report on Mooney found that he had repeatedly expensed his campaign for meals at fast food restaurants like Taco Bell and Chick-fil-A. The OCE recommended the committee review Mooney's transactions as 'there is substantial reason to believe' he failed to disclose information to the FEC that might have shown he used campaign funds for personal purchases.   The review found Mooney's 'potentially problematic spending' focused on 'small-dollar meal expenses, in-district travel, and several large expenditures for auto repairs, a storage shed, and travel for staff retreats.  The report on Mooney found that he had repeatedly expensed his campaign for meals at fast food restaurants like Taco...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Investigators and a heartbroken family asked for the public’s help this week in finding the killer who took the life of an 18-year-old man who was hit by shots fired at the van he was a passenger in as it drove in East Los Angeles. (credit: Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department) READ MORE: Deputy-Involved Shooting Reported In East LADiego Ortega-Reza was on his way home from a Fourth of July party with his younger brother and a friend at about 12:45 p.m. on July 5. As the van drove westbound on Cesar Chavez Avenue and approached Lorena Street, gunshots were fired at them. READ MORE: 101 Freeway In Boyle Heights To Be Shut Down This Weekend For More Sixth Street Bridge WorkOrtega-Reza, who was in the front passenger seat, was suffered a gunshot wound to the heat. The driver immediately drove to a nearby hospital, and from there Ortega-Reza was transferred to a trauma center, where he died on July 10. “He was a very quiet and enthusiastic kid. He had just graduated high...
    Rumors have been sounding for a long time since 2019 that Marvel Studios is working on a project about Werewolf. The information pointed to the idea that a series was being carried out, which would have its prelude, with the first appearance of the character, in the series “Moon Knight”. Now comes new information. Apparently, what Marvel Studios would be developing is a halloween special for the Disney + streaming platform, similar to the Christmas special that we will have next year about the Guardians of the Galaxy. According to The Wrap, Marvel is looking for a Latino actor in his 30s to star in a Halloween special that still has no title. Although not officially confirmed by Marvel, the character would be based on Marvel’s Werewolf by Night, a name that has been used by two different characters, whose powers include transforming into a werewolf at will, without the help of the full moon. The first character to be called Werewolf By Night was Jack Russell, created by Gerry Conway, Roy Thomas, and Mike Ploog, who was...
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has ripped the Trump Administration Justice Department for allowing the seizure of phone data of two prominent Trump Democratic critics in Congress – and said the episode is worse than Watergate. 'What the administration did, the Justice Department, the leadership of the former President, goes even beyond Richard Nixon,' Pelosi said. 'Richard Nixon had an enemies list. This is about undermining the rule of law,' she said, referencing Nixon's infamous enemies list, which included journalists and other figures. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi compared the seizure of lawmakers' data to Nixon's enemies list, saying: 'This is about undermining the rule of law' Democrats are demanding two former Trump attorneys general, Bill Barr and Jeff Sessions, come and testify, although each has denied knowing about the seizure. Apple informed those whose communications were seized, following the expiration of a court's gag order.  Schiff and Swalwell - both members of the House Intelligence Committee and favorite Trump foils - had metadata taken from their devices by Justice Department prosecutors as officials tried to work out who was leaking...
    CNN host Don Lemon absolutely roased former President, recent ex-blogger, and current Florida resort proprietor Donald Trump  as a “tiny” person whose only means of projectig his message is to show up as a “lounge act” at random Mar-a-Lago weddings. On Thursday morning’s edition of CNN’s New Day, Lemon joined co-anchors John Berman and Brianna Keilar to discuss the beliefs of Trump supporters who mounted the deadly Capitol insurrection, and who continue to hold onto the delusion that Trump will be returned to the presidency. Lemon downplayed the percentage of Republicans who believe Trump’s lies (which is actually quite overwhelming) and cautined against giving Trump too much attention. Keilar dissented, telling Lemon “I know people, I love people, who believe this crap. And it’s very hard to watch.” She went on to say “I will just respectfully disagree with you a little bit on talking about these things, because I will tell you, the initial information about this, that’s not they’re not getting it from us. We’re the ones who are knocking it down.” “I don’t disagree with that, I think that you...
    You might still be reeling from the news that personal information from 533 million Facebook accounts has been made freely available online. But now there’s another huge batch of people’s data floating around the web — including data from LinkedIn, the Microsoft-owned social network confirmed. And the potential scope of the leak is huge: an individual selling the data on a hacker forum claims it was scraped from 500 million LinkedIn profiles, according to CyberNews. In a purported sample of two million of the profiles for sale, LinkedIn members’ full names, email addresses, phone numbers, genders, and more were visible, CyberNews found. LinkedIn, however, says the data includes information from many places and wasn’t all scraped from the professional-focused social network. “No private member account data from LinkedIn was included” “We have investigated an alleged set of LinkedIn data that has been posted for sale and have determined that it is actually an aggregation of data from a number of websites and companies,” reads LinkedIn’s statement. The company also contends that “no private member account data from LinkedIn was included”...
    JERSEY CITY (WABC) -- A mother from New Jersey whose son was murdered just steps from her home back in 2015, but whose killer has not been found, is making a plea to the public to come forward with information.Deloris Gibson lives in Jersey City and is the director of the Boys and Girls Club of Hoboken."It hurts because I don't understand why, I don't know why," Gibson said.On June 4, 2015, her son, 35-year-old Darcel Rivers, a father of four, was visiting from Rhode Island where he had just graduated from culinary school when he was shot and killed.Rivers was walking near Fulton Avenue and Van Cleef Street around 3:45 a.m. when prosecutors say he was robbed.WATCH THE ORIGINAL REPORT:EMBED More News Videos Rob Nelson reports from Jersey City. Rivers was shot in the head and pronounced dead at the hospital about 30 minutes later."He had 22 house left to go and he was home, 22 houses I counted them, 22 houses," Gibson said. "To me there's a lot, there's just so man questions."He was seen on surveillance video...
    U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas, whose son was shot and killed earlier this year, said she's received more disturbing messages since her family was targeted. "Since Daniel’s murder, I have received another inappropriate communication," Salas said Wednesday on MSNBC. "Another judge in my district has not only received but had her information, her personal home address put out in the internet. These are horrible things that people are doing to target federal judges, and I do want to say, make no mistake. The federal judiciary is under attack." Salas's son Daniel Anderl, 20, was killed in the family's New Jersey residence in July after opening the door to a man dressed as a FedEx worker, who then shot him and his father, Mark Anderl. Anderl, a defense attorney who was standing behind his son, suffered injuries from being shot several times. He later underwent surgery at a local hospital and survived. The man who opened fire was identified as Roy Den Hollander, a self-described "anti-feminist" lawyer, who crossed paths with Salas when she presided over a 2015 legal...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Decades after the skeletal remains of a woman were found on the shoulder of Interstate 5 in Sacramento, detectives finally have a name. The remains were discovered on the shoulder of I-5, just south of the Freeport Boulevard overpass, back on Oct. 27, 1981. At the time, due to the time between her death and discovery, detectives were only able to identify her as a woman between 25-35 years old. One distinguishing feature detectives were able to identify, however, was that she had the tattoo of a small red flower with two green leaves and a stem on her lower right behind. Exactly how she died has not been determined, but the discovery was classified as a cold case homicide. Ever since her remains were discovered, detectives have been trying to identify her. Facial reconstruction, a media push, and inputting the case into the National Missing Persons Database all came up empty. However, a break in the case came in February. The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office says they were notified about a match of familial DNA to...
    A federal judge ruled that Twitter must reveal the identity of the person behind an anonymous account in response to a subpoena from slain Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich’s brother, Aaron, who alleged in a defamation lawsuit that the unnamed user may have forged an FBI document to help fuel a conspiracy theory about his brother. U.S. Magistrate Judge Donna Ryu of the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of California issued a 10-page order on Tuesday in response to Twitter’s monthslong efforts in court attempting to block the subpoena that was issued as part of Aaron Rich’s Washington, D.C.-based lawsuit filed in 2018 against former Fox News guest Edward Butowsky, right-wing activist Matthew Couch and his America First Media company, and the conservative leaning Washington Times. Twitter has been ordered to provide the identity of the Twitter user to Aaron Rich’s legal team later this month. Seth Rich was killed the morning of July 10, 2016, in what authorities say was a botched robbery. Conspiracy theorists seized on Rich’s death and spread the rumor that...
    The New Jersey federal judge who lost her son in a shooting said the alleged gunman targeted her because she was a Latina woman who dared to have a successful career. Judge Esther Salas, whose 20-year-old son Daniel died after a gunman disguised himself as a FedEx delivery driver, spoke out for the first time since the shooting in an interview with Good Morning America. She revealed that the FBI told her that the suspected gunman, "anti-feminist" attorney Roy Den Hollander, targeted her family because he despised that a Latina woman was able to become a federal judge. "My husband and I sat for an FBI debriefing. I know that he hated me because I was a woman. He hated me because I was Latina. And that was the source of hate. That was, you know, what I had done — was I had the nerve to become a judge," Salas said. Den Hollander was found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound shortly after he was identified as the main suspect in the shooting. Salas's husband, who was...
    Authorities are seeking the public's help identifying a man whose body was found in the Passaic River last month. Belleville police found the unresponsive man possibly in his 30s floating in the river around 7:35 a.m. on Aug. 20, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II said. The man was pulled onto the embankment by the North Arlington Fire rescue with help from North Arlington firefighters, and pronounced dead at the scene at 8:15 a.m., Stephens said. Since then, attempts to positively identify the man or locate next of kin have been unsuccessful, authorities said. At the time of death, the man was wearing a blue shirt, black slacks and brown boots. The preliminary investigation indicates his name may be Reyno Vasquez Ramirez and that he is originally from Guatemala. Efforts to confirm that information, have produced no results so far. Anyone with information regarding the possible identity of the decedent is asked to contact the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide/Major Crimes Task Force at 1-877-TIPS-4EC or 1-877-847-7432.
    The personal information of an estimated 46,000 veterans was compromised as a result of a data breach at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, officials revealed this week. The VA’s Financial Services Center, or FSC, said Monday it will notify any veterans or veterans' next of kin if their information is at risk after “unauthorized users” hacked into one of its online applications “to divert payments to community health care providers for the­ medical treatment of Veteran,” according to a press release. JON STEWART BACK IN WASHINGTON IN NEW FIGHT FOR VETERANS LOOKING FOR BURN PIT RELIEF Hackers are believed to have “gained access to the application to change financial information and divert payments from VA by using social engineering techniques and exploiting authentication protocols,” the release states. VideoAccess to the system has been discontinued until the VA’s Office of Information Technology can conduct a comprehensive review. US ARMY VET SAYS HE WAS USED AS A 'PROP' IN ANTI-TRUMP 'PROPAGANDA' Meanwhile, anyone whose information is believed to have been exposed will receive a letter by mail in the coming days. “To protect...
    (CNN)The Department of Veterans Affairs said Monday that roughly 46,000 veterans had their personal information, including Social Security numbers, exposed in a data breach in which "unauthorized users" gained access to an online application used for making health care payments. A preliminary review of the incident indicated that the hackers accessed the application "to change financial information and divert payments from VA by using social engineering techniques and exploiting authentication protocols," according to the department's announcement.VA secretary dismisses Trump POW remarks as politics and denies President made disparaging comments about fallen Marines"The Financial Services Center (FSC) determined one of its online applications was accessed by unauthorized users to divert payments to community health care providers for the- medical treatment of Veterans. The FSC took the application offline and reported the breach to VA's Privacy Office," the statement said. "To prevent any future improper access to and modification of information, system access will not be reenabled until a comprehensive security review is completed by the VA Office of Information Technology," it added.The VA did not immediately respond to CNN's request for...
    The federal judge whose son was killed on the doorstep of her New Jersey home is speaking out for the first time since a gunman opened fire on her family last month. U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas addressed her son's death in a video message posted Monday and advocated for changes to make personal information, including home addresses, of federal officials less easily obtainable. "As federal judges, we understand that our decisions will be scrutinized, and some may disagree strongly with our rulings," Salas said. "We know that our job requires us to make tough calls, and sometimes those calls can lead people angry and upset. That comes with the territory, and we accept that. But what we cannot accept is when we are forced to live in fear of our lives because personal information, like our home addresses, can easily be obtained by anyone seeking to do us or our families harm. Unfortunately, for my family, the threat was real, and the free flow of information from the internet allowed this sick and depraved human being to...
    MANTECA (CBS13) – Police are looking for more information in connection with the killing of a man whose body was found dumped in a Manteca orchard. On the morning of March 17, a rancher came across the body of a man at the end of an almond orchard in the area of E. Avenue D and S. Union Road in Manteca. The man had trauma to his body and was identified as forty-year-old, Miguel Gonzalez. On July 23, Michael Gonzalez, 27, and Gerrado Robles, 35, were arrested and booked into the San Joaquin County Jail on charges of homicide for Miguel’s death. The sheriff’s office is asking for additional witnesses or anyone who may have more information about the homicide to call police at (209) 468-4400 and press option 1. They can also reach the investigations department directly at (209) 468-4425.
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