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A Veteran’s Service Dog Was Stolen From His Yard By A Friend, But Now She’s Home!

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Many veterans of the Iraq War returned Stateside with PTSD associated with the violence they had to witness while they fought for our country. War veteran Francisco Torres coped with his own PTSD with help from his German shepherd companion, TJ. This pup was gifted to Torres after the war and has since grown to be a part of the family. Torres and his wife, Angela, were shocked to discover one morning that TJ had gone missing overnight. While watching Surveillance footage from their …

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Scammers Are Constructing Fake People to Get Real Credit Cards

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… Carolina, filed 90 percent of his 750 applications by phone, using hundreds of mailing addresses, according to an affidavit filed by prosecutors. Capital One eventually detected his activity with fraud analytics software. According to prosecutors, the bank realized that a variety of cardholders happened to be making transactions with the same cluster of merchants and PayPal accounts. Prosecutors say they obtained Surveillance videos of the man using a variety of cards and that he also marketed …

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Kim Jong-nam death: Malaysia scraps visa-free entry for North Koreans

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… announced on Thursday that from 6 March travellers from North Korea would require a visa to enter Malaysia, ending an arrangement that typified previously cordial relations between the two countries. It comes a day after the two women accused of smearing VX nerve agent on Kim Jong Nam Kim Jong-nam killing: CCTV footage appears to show attack on North Korean The attack was caught on grainy airport Surveillance video; Huong was seen clearly in a T-shirt with LOL emblazoned across the front. …

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US government collecting social media information from foreign travelers

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Visitors filing visa waiver application are prompted to enter account names for social platforms, but activists say there are few guidelines for use of information The US government has begun asking select foreign travelers to disclose their social media activities as part of an expanded effort to spot potential terrorist threats. The request functions as a prompt on the online Electronic System for Travel Authorization, or Esta, a visa waiver application that many visitors are required to …

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Girlfriend Of Slain Russian Opposition Leader Says She Didn’t See His Killer

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… possible to assist the investigation.” Duritskaya spoke out as questions began to swirl about whether the shooting could have been captured on Surveillance video. A Russian newspaper reported that sources in the country’s Interior Ministry said there was no video of the incident because the cameras weren’t working, the AP reported. However, a spokeswoman for Moscow’s information technology department told the AP that the cameras were operating properly. She said that she …

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Client Catches Cat Sitter Getting Frisky In Her Home

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The next time you go away and leave your pet with a sitter, you may want to think about installing some kind of Surveillance. After hearing this next story, I think you’ll understand why. Recently, awoman went out of town on vacation in Australia. She hired a petsitter to feed, play with, and take care of her catwhile she was gone, but a lot more happened in her apartment than she could have ever expected. The cat sitter, a man named Ahmet, ended up bringing a female companioninto the …

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Inside the Mansionand Mindof the Nets Most Wanted Man

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… estate are gone with his seized fortune. Outside the windows there are no humans to be seen or things to do. The grounds are gray and cold, winter in the southern hemisphere. The perimeter fences warn of electrocution. Closed-circuit cameras take in every angle from stations in the trees and rooftops, sending flickering images to the panels monitored by the skeleton staff still manning the distant guardhouses. My suspicion of Surveillance by the FBI or New Zealand antiterror forcesor perhaps …

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