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Ohio County Judge & Sheriff Tell Citizens to Arm Themselves During Financial Crisis

Posted on Apr 09, 2010 in Economic News

Source: WKYC

via Cryptogon

In the ongoing financial crisis in Ashtabula County, the Sheriff’s Department has been cut from 112 to 49 deputies. With deputies assigned to transport prisoners, serve warrants and other duties, only one patrol car is assigned to patrrol the entire county of 720 square miles.

“I did the best with what they (the county commissioners) gave me. If it wasn’t enough, don’t blame me, don’t blame this department,” said Sheriff Billy Johnson.

Johnson said he is suing the commissioners to get a determination of whether he should use his limited budget to carry out obligations defined by law or put more patrol cars on the streets.

“I just can’t do it anymore,” he said. “I have to have the court explain to the commissioners and to me what my statutory duties are.”

The Ashtabula County Jail has confined as many as 140 prisoners. It now houses only 30 because of reductions in the staff of corrections officers.

All told, 700 accused criminals are on a waiting list to serve time in the jail.

Are there dangerous people free among the 700 who cannot be locked up?...

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Microsoft Windows 7/Vista Advanced Forensics Guides for Law Enforcement

Posted on Mar 04, 2010 in - Geeks, Gadgets, & Gizmos


Mirrored from Public Intelligence & Cryptome

Exploration of Windows 7 Advanced Forensic Topics

Introduction to Windows 7 
  • 171 pages
  • 10 MB
  • Law Enforcement Sensitive
  • ©2007 Microsoft Corporation


Windows Vista and NTFS File System Internals 
  • 40 pages
  • Law Enforcement Sensitive
  • ©2007 Microsoft Corporation


Windows 7 Virtualization Technologies 
  • 42 pages
  • Law Enforcement Sensitive
  • ©2007 Microsoft Corporation


Introduction to the Volume Shadow Copy Service 
  • 89 pages
  • Law Enforcement Sensitive
  • ©2007 Microsoft Corporation


Introduction to BitLocker FVE 
  • 107 pages
  • Law Enforcement Sensitive
  • ©2007 Microsoft Corporation


Zip file containing all five documents (18.8 MB) Download

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Arrested TSA Agent Asked 13 Year Old Girl to be his Sex Slave

Posted on Feb 01, 2010 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Source: Raw Story

A Transportation Security Administration employee in Florida is behind bars this weekend after a 15-year-old girl claimed he groped her and asked if she would be his “sex slave,” according to published reports.

Charles Henry Bennett, a 57-year-old TSA worker at Orlando International Airport, is being held without bail after he reportedly confessed to a version of the described events, even acknowledging his shocking request. The girl was allegedly 13 at the time. According to a police report discussed in area media, Bennett allegedly grabbed the girl’s breasts from behind and solicited her.

“It’s unclear exactly where the alleged abuse took place and how Bennett and the girl met, because the arrest report detailing the abuse is heavily redacted,” local news site Florida Today noted.

The arrest was a product of an investigation initiated after the state’s Department of Children and Families was informed of the girl’s allegations, the publication added.

Multiple news agencies cited Bennett’s MySpace page, but none linked readers directly to it. On the page attributed to Bennett, text describes him as “a BDSM Master” with “many years experience in the lifestyle and as a trainer.”

BDSM is an acronym commonly used to refer to sexual fetishes that fall in the bondage, dominance, submission and masochism categories....

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Yahoo, Verizon: Our Spying Capabilities Would Shock & Confuse Consumers

Posted on Dec 03, 2009 in Police, Military, & War

Source: Wired

That’s the question muckraker and Indiana University graduate student Christopher Soghoian asked all agencies within the Department of Justice, under a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed a few months ago. But before the agencies could provide the data, Verizon and Yahoo intervened and filed an objection on grounds that, among other things, they would be ridiculed and publicly shamed were their surveillance price sheets made public.

Yahoo writes in its 12-page objection letter, that if its pricing information were disclosed to Soghoian, he would use it “to ’shame’ Yahoo! and other companies — and to ’shock’ their customers.”

“Therefore, release of Yahoo!’s information is reasonably likely to lead to impairment of its reputation for protection of user privacy and security, which is a competitive disadvantage for technology companies,” the company writes.

Verizon took a different stance. It objected to the release of its Law Enforcement Legal Compliance Guide because it might “confuse” customers and lead them to think that records and surveillance capabilities available only to law enforcement would be available to them as well — resulting in a flood of customer calls to the company asking for trap and trace orders....

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