“Ballad of a White Cow” wins student jury award at Crime and Punishment Film Festival

TEHRAN – “Ballad of a White Cow”, a co-production between Iran and France, won the Student Jury Prize at the 11th International Crime and Punishment Film Festival in Istanbul, Turkey. Directed by Behtash Sanaeiha and Maryam Moqaddam, the film received the Golden Scale Feature Film Competition Award judged by a …

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Clinton County Court of Common Pleas calendar December 6-12. 10 | News, Sports, Jobs

LOCK HAVEN – The following schedule for Dec. 6-Dec. 10 is provided by the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas and is subject to change based on the needs of the court system. Hearings on family relationships are also restricted and are not listed. Abbreviations – CR stands for criminal …

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massage table, unfolded in the yard

NEW YORK (AP) – A green folding massage table used by financier Jeffrey Epstein was brought to a Manhattan courtroom and set up in front of a jury on Friday to bolster claims he had partnered with the British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell for sexually exploiting underage victims. The theatrical blossoming …

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US diplomats’ iPhones reportedly compromised by NSO group intrusion software • The Register

Apple iPhones of at least nine U.S. State Department officials have been compromised by an unidentified entity using NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware, according to a report by Reuters on Friday. NSO Group in an email to The register said he blocked an anonymous customer’s access to his system after receiving …

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Evidence at Maxwell trial: massage table, unfolded in court

Posted on Friday, December 3, 2021 | 3:36 p.m. Updated 7 minutes ago NEW YORK (AP) – A green folding massage table used by financier Jeffrey Epstein was brought into a Manhattan courtroom and set up in front of a jury on Friday to bolster claims he had partnered with …

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US State Department phones hacked with NSO Group spyware

The State Department is trying to determine who had access to the pirated documents on these phones and how the hack happened, the U.S. official said. It is possible that this situation is the result of American employees getting new iPhones and Pegasus spyware remaining on devices even after they …

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Sheriffs group denies MPD criticism by one of its directors

The head of the Minnesota Sheriffs Association distanced his organization from public comments made Wednesday by a member of its board of directors criticizing the Minneapolis Police Department. Wright County Sheriff Sean Deringer, who sits on the advisory board of the State Peace Officer Standards and Training Board, said wednesday …

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British neo-Nazi group National Action ‘propaganda boss’ jailed | UK News

Man found guilty of acting as “propaganda boss” for a banned neo-Nazi terror group set up to wage a race war in Britain has been given a 10-year extension, including two years under license. Ben Raymond, 32, in 2013 co-founded the “shameless racist” organization National Action, which promoted ethnic cleansing …

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Murder sentence reduced after High Court drug ruling

EVERETT, Wash. (AP) – The prison sentence for a man convicted of murder was reduced by more than seven years on Thursday, following a recent decision by the Washington State Supreme Court. In 2019, a jury found Matthew McGowan guilty of first degree murder for tying Michael Boone to a …

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