North Korea: 1.2 Million Troops, Nukes And A 3,000-strong Cyber-elite – Yahoo Finance

The Federal Bureau of Investigation blamed the attack on North Korea the previous day. “We cannot have a society in which some dictator in some place can start imposing censorship here in the United States,” Obama told reporters in Washington on Dec. 19.
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North Korea Hacking Shows Kim Jong Un’s Global Reach

These breaches of duty are alleged under both negligence and premises liability theories, but they essentially press the same point: Walmart knew of the danger associated with the loose gun and police and failed to act leading to Crawford’s death. Damages for Crawford’s Death As part of the wrongful death suit, the family has allegedly suffered “grief, depression, and severe emotional distress.” While emotional distress damages are often hard to nail down , it won’t prevent a jury from potentially putting a number to Crawford’s family’s grief or unrest related to his death. In addition to the wrongful death action, the family has also alleged damages for the pain, suffering, and anxiety visited on Crawford before his death as part of a survival action . Some states, like Ohio, allow personal injury claims to actually survive the death of the plaintiff, allowing his family to collect his damages. Allegations Against Beavercreek Police The suit also names the two officers involved in the shooting, the City of Beavercreek, and Beavercreek’s police chief as liable for Crawford’s death.
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Definition of ‘firearm’ in I-594 too vague, man says – Central Kitsap Reporter

Robert Parker holds a nail gun while addressing the city council about I-594. - BKAT  Photo

3 meeting. He brought an unloaded nail gun with him and placed it atop the lectern. By chance, the barrel happened to point toward the council. “Mr. Parker you have that pointed right at me,” said council president Greg Wheeler. “I’m sorry,” Parker, surprised, said as he repositioned the tool. “I’ll point it at me.” “The first level (violation of I-594) is a gross misdemeanor which is covered by the city, not the county.
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Craig Ferguson Reflects On His Tenure on ‘The Late Late Show’ | New York Observer

He said he received information from his former students who are now in the 121 unit. Posh Apartments They are put into posh apartments in Pyongyang and live in groups, commuting by bus and allowed to meet with families and friends on weekends, said Kim, who now heads activist group North Korea Intellectuals Solidarity in Seoul. North Korea is poor, but it funnels resources into what a dictator thinks it needs.
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John Crawford’s Family Sues Walmart, Police for Wrongful Death – Injured

(Ethan Miller/Getty Images) This Friday night, Craig Ferguson will end his nearly decade long run as host of The Late Late Show on CBS. Earlier this week, he took some time out to reflect on his late night tenure, his approach to comedy in a sometimes tragic world and the guest he regrets not getting. As he prepares to hang up his hosting duties, Ferguson admits that its with mixed emotions, saying, Part of me is excited to be done, but its also like if you live in an apartment or house for a long time. Youre happy or youre sad there and life goes its course over ten years, but when you leave that place, you get nostalgic about it. Even the bad stuffyou get sweet about it. Explaining his decision to leave the show, Ferguson said, You know when you write something and you dont know when its going to be finished and then you get to he end and you go, oh fuck, its done. Thats what its like.
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