Crime - Security
Detect and Deter Danger with ‘Sixth Sense’ Protection
By Guest Column
With fully 12 million violent crimes committed per year, the United States holds the dubious distinction of being the most dangerous country in the developed world. An estimated 1 out of 5 Americans are victims of crime, which occur in our homes, communities, school campuses and a host of other public venues. Consequently, experts have for decades studied the behaviors that make one more or less likely to be victimized. And what I have discovered in my own work in the security field is that those who follow some key safety principles, including the 7 strategies listed below, are less likely to be targeted by criminals.Kate McCann returns to Praia da Luz to ‘feel closer to missing Madeleine’
By News on the Net
Boston Bombing News
By News on the Net
UPDATE: Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Three additional people arrested in Boston Marathon bombings
Three college students have been arrested by federal authorities in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings, a law enforcement official familar with the case said this morning.
New Boston suspects drove car with ‘Terrorista #1′ license plate
Two suspects who have been taken into custody in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings drove a car with “Terrorista #1″ printed on the front plate.
UPDATE: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Boston suspect’s defense team gets major boost with lawyer who defended Unabomber, Loughner
One lawyer won acquittal for a Saudi man charged with carrying three firecracker-like devices on a plane, arguing he was a victim of hysteria over airport security after the Sept. 11 attacks. Another has managed to avert death sentences for some of the highest-profile criminals of our time, including the Unabomber and the gunman whose rampage injured former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.