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‘Unnecessary personnel’ compromised Sandy Hook evidence – police report

A new report on one of the deadliest mass shootings in American history reveals that police allowed civilians to enter the crime scene, step on bullet casings and compromise the integrity of evidence before it was processed. The Connecticut State Police (CSP) released an After Action Report on Friday, detailing the agency’s response to the 2012 Sandy Hook mass shootings ...

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GCHQ tried to ‘bury’ evidence as it sought direct communication with its own watchdog

Published time: 10 Jan, 2018 17:54 The UK’S intelligence security agency GCHQ sought to open a special communication channel with its own watchdog, court letters have revealed, sparking claims it is seeking to “bury embarrassing evidence” of its own activities. The government’s monitoring agency in Cheltenham wrote to Sir Adrian Fulford, the investigatory powers commissioner, asking if an “appropriate process ...

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‘Show us the evidence’: N. Korea invites US to prove Pyongyang’s WannaCry connection

Published time: 26 Dec, 2017 07:42 North Korea has demanded the US provide evidence to support its claims that the WannaCry ransomware attack was engineered by Pyongyang. The attack crippled 200,000 computers in 150 countries earlier in 2017. Washington’s allegations are merely a “baseless provocation” used to generate tensions between the countries, Pak Song Il, the North Korean ambassador for ...

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We will retaliate… despite no evidence of ‘successful’ Russian meddling, says Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson says Britain will retaliate against any Russian cyberattack. This is despite admitting during a joint news conference with Sergei Lavrov that there is no evidence of Russia “successfully” interfering in UK affairs. During the news conference, Johnson, who is the first UK foreign secretary to visit Russia in five years, responded to claims about the Kremlin attempting to ...

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Justice Dept asks FBI to explain evidence found in Clinton-facilitated Uranium One deal – report

Published time: 21 Dec, 2017 17:41 FBI agents have been asked to explain evidence regarding the probe into a deal that gave a Russian company control of 20 percent of US uranium and involved Hillary Clinton. Justice Department prosecutors have been asking the agents to describe the results of the now dormant investigation in recent weeks. The agents have also ...

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Mistrial in Bundy case as prosecutors violate evidence rules

A mistrial has been declared in the case against rancher Cliven Bundy, his two sons and one co-defendant, after a judge claimed prosecutors violated evidence rules failing to deliver 3,300 pertinent documents on time. The case relates to an armed standoff in April 2014 between the Bureau of Land Management and the defendants. Las Vegas US District Judge Gloria Navarro ...

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Accused child rapist walks free after police are caught keeping evidence from lawyers… again

An accused child rapist has walked free after police were caught withholding crucial evidence from lawyers for the second time in a week. The defendant was released after prosecutors offered no evidence in court. It is understood that evidence recovered from the phone of the complainant by police was handed over to defense lawyers for Isaac Itiary, who had been ...

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Parliamentary fake news probe puts struggle for evidence against Russia on public display

Britain’s parliamentary investigation into fake news (also known as News From Russia We Don’t Agree With) has reached the public stage. It’s now possible to see the MPs involved fail to uncover evidence LIVE on the internet. Proceedings started in a way that is fast becoming traditional for Damian Collins MP and his merry men and women on the Digital, ...

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Oxford researchers latest to insist there’s no evidence Russia influenced Brexit

Claims of Russian influence over the Brexit referendum are being disproved time and time and again. New research by the University of Oxford has further undermined the British government’s allegations. The Oxford Internet Institute has found 105 Russia-based accounts tweeted almost 16,000 times before Brexit. It cannot, however, be proven how many times and by how many users the tweets ...

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'Media malpractice': MSM covering 'Russia meddling' with no evidence, says New York Uni professor

US media and government members baselessly accuse Russia of influencing the 2016 presidential election, presenting any attempt to improve relations with Moscow as treason, Professor of Russian Studies Stephen Cohen says. Cohen, who is a professor emeritus of Russian studies at New York University and a contributing editor at The Nation, made his latest comments during an interview with Fox ...

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