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100044 No. 100044 ID: 095a2b hide watch quickreply [Reply]

Here is just one of the links they posted- http://pastebin.com/y2spp7y9

The accounts are back up and running as normal now. I think odds are it wasn't really ISIS just other hackers or script kiddies masquerading as ISIS for some lulz or to prove a point but I could be wrong..

Anyone have a sauce on all the pics and links they had up during the hack? It would be really interesting to study.
>> No. 100055 ID: e2bfd1
obviously a false flag to further " net security "
>> No. 100065 ID: 095a2b
That could be true.

The pasebin link is down, but it lead to some downloads of pdf's showing US Army officers phone numbers and addresses, also a bunch of powerpoints of strategies for invasion of North Korea, strategic defence of Taiwan, operations in Congo and plans for defending Turkmenistan from an Iranian invasion. Pretty wild stuff. I don't have a source on whatever else was up during the hack
>> No. 100098 ID: 02dd5f
did you save any of it?
>> No. 100119 ID: 095a2b
Yup just those two folders though, there was way more stuff that I didn't even see. The media is downplaying this as vandalism to a twitter account, which is true, but the stuff they linked to while hacked is.... Interesting.
>> No. 100167 ID: e8f72b
All of the info from what I read is readily available to the public. The North Koren attack plans were from a guys presentation on how we would go into North Korea and not some super secret plans. Supposedly a simple google search could obtain almost all if not all info released in that pastebin link.
Cannot find the article though sadly.

No. 100045 ID: 98f689 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

Shots fired at 1:00.

>the grenades, while described as less lethal, are often as hot as lava and can leave people with burns and scarring.
>as hot as lava
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>> No. 100155 ID: 02dd5f

so where the fuck are cops like that when you really need them?
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That guys's fucking hair. I guess the verdict was surprising.
Some exerpts
>The mother of the teenage unlicensed driver who fatally struck a little girl on the Upper West Side exploded in court Wednesday, screaming, “There is not justice!” as a judge offered her son three to nine years in prison instead of youthful-offender status.
“It’s not fair! There is not justice in this country!” shrieked Franklin Reyes’ mother, Lilia, as officers dragged her from the courtroom.“He was only 17!”

>Franklin Reyes fatally struck 4-year-old Ariel Russo with his parents’ SUV in 2013 — and has been arrested three times since.

>He was rearrested in July while out on bail on the manslaughter rap, for allegedly looting a dead woman’s apartment in a Chelsea building where his father was the ­superintendent. The dad, too, was charged in the theft.
Reyes was busted again — while still out on bail — on Aug. 31 for allegedly driving without a license after cops stopped him for an illegal turn.

>Reyes stepped on the gas, dragging an officer 100 feet, according to the complaint.
A week later, Reyes bolted from DA-investigator escorts as they left a hospital where he had treatment for an injured leg.

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>> No. 100160 ID: cd49aa
Model citizen.
>> No. 100162 ID: 90a126
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Hah hah HAHA. He's like a Mexican Goku!

Seriously though, this guy should fucking rot and his momma needs slapped for raising such a piece of shit and then having the nerve to say in the same during the court proceedings over the little girl he fucked murder there is no justice.

She is right though. There is no justice. Justice would be the fucker being executed for taking the life of another. Justice would be the mother spending time in jail alongside her hubby. Justice would have been this fuck been in jail in the first place so he couldn't offend 3 more times after he had already killed a little girl and injured her grandmother.

I don't lightly wish jail on anyone, I'll admit I'd probably chew through my wrists if I had to spend any time over a few weeks inside, but this human turd shouldn't have been free after killing someone, especially a little child. He should have been in jail or prison or whatever right up until someone comes and gets him, chains him in the middle of a road and run him over with a remote controlled or autonomous drone car in pure eye for an eye fashion.
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No. 100069 ID: 097fc9 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  I think we all know this video

This sucks for both side - LEO he did his job trying everything he can to make him stop but up against a vet with PTSD and better training and superior firepower he didn't fair well.

> In a telephone call from the prison this afternoon, only hours before his scheduled execution, Andrew Brannan responded to learning that his case had touched many veterans and helped raise public awareness of the impact of PTSD on veterans by saying, "I am proud to have been able to walk point for my comrades, and pray that the same thing does not happen to any of them." ​

>> No. 100070 ID: bc0cf4
I got no sympathy for the fucker, he executed that cop while drunk and angry, at some point you have to stop blaming PTSD and just call an asshole an asshole.

The cop didn't do all he could either, he had been disciplined by his superiors for drawing his weapon when it wasn't needed before this event and he was very late on the draw and very hesitant to shoot a man who was an obvious threat.

I understand why cops do the things they do sometimes, why they shoot unarmed people who look like they may be going for a gun, at the police academy my uncle was made to sit and watch this video and many like it to understand what happens when you don't shoot a possible threat, I completely understand why younger cops would be antsy after seeing those videos.
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I'm anti-death penalty, and probably the biggest non-violence, hippie dove here; but am having difficulty dredging up one single fuck for this guy.

He's not Damian Echols getting fucked over by a corrupt legal system; he's a legit scumbag needing to get a towel over the head and brains dashed out with a hammer.

>>"I am proud to have been able to walk point for my comrades, and pray that the same thing does not happen to any of them." ​

It's a little late to wrap the flag around yourself there buddy.
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Pretty much this. I'm glad the fucker is dead

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99897 No. 99897 ID: 1bddb7 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
About goddamn time.

>LAS VEGAS—In a one-on-one discussion with Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) President Gary Shapiro, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler implied that Title II of the Communications Act will be the basis for new net neutrality rules governing the broadband industry. Title II lets the FCC regulate telecommunications providers as common carriers, and President Obama urged the commission to use Title II to impose net neutrality rules that ban blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization.

>ISPs have strongly resisted being subject to Title II, fearing that it could lead to rate regulation and other onerous provisions that apply to the traditional telephone network, which is also regulated under Title II.

>In thinking about how to regulate broadband, Wheeler told Shapiro on Wednesday that the FCC considered two sides. ”First you want to make sure that innovators have access to open Internet. The other [side] is that you have to create an environment to provide sufficient incentives to ISPs who want to invest and build out.”

>Previous approaches that relied on other FCC authority had to impose a "commercially reasonable" test on whether ISP behavior was appropriate, "and it became obvious that commercially reasonable could be interpreted as what is reasonable for the ISPs, not what is reasonable for consumers or innovators," Wheeler said. "And that's the wrong question and the wrong answer because the issue here is how do we make sure that consumers and innovators have open access to networks. That led us to a more robust investigation of the well established concept of just and reasonable, which is a Title II concept. And as I said, Title II has always been something that was on the table. So last summer we began investigating various approaches using title II as a way to get to just and reasonable because it has the best protections."
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>> No. 99900 ID: 613147
"Net neutrality" will never fucking work because the only way it'd ever not be used to shit all over the end user is is the end user were knowledgeable enough to know what the fuck they need to prioritize, and if the ISP actually gave two tugs of a dead dog's dick about what the end user experiences.

ALL of the cards are in the hands of those companies providing the last mile. It's always where the bottleneck is going to be, and anything that is actually dependent upon any degree of QoS is going to be the carrier's bitch. Always. It's lose-lose for consumers no matter what happens.
>> No. 99995 ID: 64c109
>Title II public utility
Oof. Hope you don't mind your internet prices going up, cause there's going to be a 16.1% tax slapped on since the internet will be formally recognized as a "interstate telecommunications service".
>> No. 99998 ID: 68aa6b
Title II means they have to share utilities like poles.

Which makes it so so so much easier for say google or some upstart to come in and hang fiber.
>> No. 100020 ID: 1b11f1
Got you covered.

>> No. 100046 ID: def4a8
Good. What we really need to do is to harness the power of free market competition. I'm all for that.

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100028 No. 100028 ID: 394d45 Locked hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Considering that chocolate is part of my daily diet, it was no surprise that I took a bite out of a random piece that I found sitting on my kitchen counter that day. It tasted terrible — kind of minty — so I spit out most of it.

It was a busy day: Not only was I preparing for a large Labor Day party at my home, but I also planned to spend a few hours helping my church get ready for a huge Labor Day yard sale. When I started feeling a little dizzy and lightheaded, I ignored it and kept on working. I had felt similar to this a few weeks earlier because of dehydration, so I figured it would pass. I continued setting up for the party.

The feeling persisted and increased a little in intensity. I thought back to my morning regimen and checked to make sure I hadn’t taken the wrong pills, but everything seemed okay there.

As the dizziness and lightheadedness increased, I remembered the candy bar. I also recalled that I had thrown away a wrapper before I came across that piece of candy. I remembered seeing the words “Liquid Gold.”

“Oh, my gosh, I’ve eaten a bar of furniture polish,” I thought to myself. I tried to find the wrapper in the trash, but things were not making much sense at this point. I called Poison Control; the people there thought that I would be okay, given that I had swallowed barely any of whatever it was. They said they would check with me periodically for the next four hours.

Things were getting hazier and everything seemed to be in slow motion. I knew that I would be okay if it didn’t get any worse, but I wanted somebody to know what was going on in case I became incapacitated. I called my husband’s office, but he was in a meeting. I went to my neighbor’s house and asked him to check on me in an hour.

As time slowed down more and more, the hour seemed interminable. I was still standing, but I was barely functioning. I couldn’t find my phone. Things didn’t make sense.

I was relieved when my neighbor came over. He took one look at me trying to stand up and said we should go to the hospital. I readily agreed. He wasn’t sure exactly how to get there, but I assured him I knew the way. However, everything was a blur and very distorted, and I kept falling asleep. When I saw a row of cars, I thought it was a parade. I felt as though I was hallucinating.
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Haha, oh wow. I thought I was reading some overdramatic copypasta.
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The horror! The horror!
>> No. 100039 ID: 6c9afb

That will teach that her not to eat other people's candy.
>> No. 100040 ID: 1bddb7
  >As time slowed down more and more, the hour seemed interminable. I was still standing, but I was barely functioning. I couldn’t find my phone. Things didn’t make sense.
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woop woop!

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100019 No. 100019 ID: 9e2974 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Boko Haram militants opened fire on northern Nigerian villages, leaving bodies scattered everywhere and as many as 2,000 people feared dead.

"The attack on Baga and surrounding towns looks as if it could be Boko Haram's deadliest act," Amnesty International said in a statement.

Islamist militants sprayed bullets as they stormed in last weekend in trucks and armored vehicles, local authorities said Friday.

When they arrived, they unloaded motorcycles and pursued residents who fled into the bush, firing indiscriminately, said Baba Abba Hassan, a local district head.

Local officials reported death tolls ranging from hundreds to as many as 2,000 people.

"Dead bodies litter the bushes in the area and it is still no‎t safe to go and pick them (up) for burial," said Musa Bukar, the chairman of the local government where Baga is located.

"Some people who hid in their homes were burned alive."

Raid lasted for days
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99972 No. 99972 ID: 29bdea hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

Zimmerman, 31, was arrested late on Friday night, and charged with domestic aggravated assault with a weapon. Though the incident did not involve a firearm...The newspaper reported that the weapon used in the alleged attack was a bottle of wine, which Zimmerman is alleged to have thrown, and said the incident occurred on Monday.
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>> No. 99992 ID: d4df2e
This shit needs to stop.

It doesn't matter if you're a gunnut, an antifunner, DiFi, Costa, SJW, Gator, or serv, you do not deserve to be SWATed for social or political reasons. Shit is dangerous, people get hurt, and dogs get shot.
>> No. 99994 ID: 8b9b37
Most importantly, dogs get shot.
>> No. 99999 ID: da7778
Isn't that the point? to viciously fuck up someone's life?
>> No. 100000 ID: d25e17
>A person is guilty of aggravated assault if he or she attempts to cause serious bodily injury to another or causes such injury purposely, knowingly, or recklessly under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life; or attempts to cause or purposely or knowingly causes bodily injury to another with a deadly weapon. In all jurisdictions statutes punish such aggravated assaults as assault with intent to murder (or rob or kill or rape) and assault with a dangerous (or deadly) weapon more severely than "simple" assaults.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

Yeah, and guess who's gonna get hurt, the idiot who shot a black kid and is now in a jail that even FL is probably half full of blacks. It'd be swatting if he got a speeding ticket.

That's like getting acquitted of manslaughter for killing someone in an automobile, then going out and getting a DUI.

Given the number of reversed convictions roughly 5-10% of people are falsely convicted. You get slapped with charges enough your going to get stuck with something, doesn't matter if you're a serial killer or mother Teresa. This idiot is just pushing his luck and he deserves whatever happens at this point.
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>This idiot is just pushing his luck and he deserves whatever happens at this point.


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99712 No. 99712 ID: 68aa6b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
A veteran of the U.S. Navy and decorated retired police detective is suing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other state officials for infringing on his constitutional rights after his pistol permit and four handguns were confiscated after he voluntarily sought hospital treatment for insomnia. He alleges that his constitutional rights were violated by New York’s SAFE Act — a law Cuomo signed in Jan. 2013 that is considered one of the toughest gun control laws in the U.S.

Donald Montgomery filed the lawsuit (http://www.scribd.com/doc/250931668/Montgomery-v-Cuomo#scribd) in U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York in Rochester on Dec. 17.

Montgomery’s woes began on May 6 when he sought treatment from his primary care physician for insomnia, which he said he had been experiencing following a move from another state.

Several days after his initial doctor visit, Montgomery went to the emergency room at Eastern Long Island Hospital, still complaining of insomnia. Staff there diagnosed Montgomery with “Depression; Insomnia” and he was prescribed medication and told to report back to his primary care physician if symptoms worsened over the next several days. Montgomery went back to the hospital on May 23 with the same complaint. He stayed at the facility for 48 hours.

Though Montgomery voluntarily sought treatment, he alleges in the suit that staff at the facility erroneously listed him as an involuntary admission — a designation that appears to have put the SAFE Act’s wheels in motion.

According to the suit, the hospital diagnosed the plaintiff as “mildly depressed,” and his clinical evaluation stated, “Patient has no thoughts of hurting himself. Patient has no thoughts of hurting others. Patient is not having suicidal thoughts. Patient is not having homicidal thoughts…” and “there is no evidence of any psychotic processes, mania, or OCD symptoms. Insight, judgment, and impulse control are good.” The suit further alleges that a psychiatrist told the plaintiff, “I don’t know why you were referred here. You don’t belong here.”

The suit names Gov. Cuomo, Eastern Long Island Hospital, and several state officials, including the superintendent of state police and the local sheriff, as defendants, and alleges that they violated Montgomery’s Second-, Fourth-, Fifth-, and Fourteenth-Amendment rights. It seeks injunctive and declaratory relief for Montgomery and all similarly situated persons.

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>> No. 99729 ID: df12a0
>that gif

To be honest, that's a "mild" reaction to a game of Settlers of Cataan...
>> No. 99737 ID: 39d4a6
The attorney who's representing Montgomery is apparently a very well organized and down to earth lawyer who intends to play the PR game in his favor. MY dad saw her at the last Erie County chapter SCOPE (NYS 2A group) meeting. I'll ask him for more details later.
>> No. 99973 ID: d25e17
That's not related to NY, not a fat person there since they outlawed those big soda cups.

I'm kind of torn on this. I want him to win because it's total BS anti-2A NY at it's finest. On the other hand. I actually don't want him to get his guns back, because there's a lot of poetic justice in him being bit in the ass by the laws he enforced most of his life.
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99603 No. 99603 ID: 3f1f12 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
A woman was killed in an Idaho Wal-Mart Tuesday morning when her 2-year-old son accidentally shot her, according to local authorities.

Kootenai County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Lt. Stu Miller said in a statement that the boy was seated in a shopping cart when he reached into his mother’s purse and fired the gun.

The 29-year-old woman, who deputies found dead on the scene “from an apparent gunshot wound,” had been shopping with the toddler and other family members, Miller said.

The shooting “appears to be accidental” and authorities will identify the woman after her family has been notified, Miller said.

Authorities on the scene said three other children were with the woman, and that she had a permit for her concealed weapon, CBS affiliate KREM reported.

The woman was visiting from out of town, and the shooting took place as she was in the electronics section of the Wal-Mart in Hayden, ABC affiliate KXLY reported.

The store in northern Idaho was evacuated after the shooting, and Miller said it will remain closed until Wednesday morning.

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>> No. 99742 ID: 55fc9c
>Dog eared books.

It was your kind of people that cost us the Empire. I hope you're happy.
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>> No. 99974 ID: d25e17
Lol, armored car and most civilian security personel are like the burger flippers of the security world. It's all about the bottom line, corporate gives zero shits so long as they come out ahead. The procedures for armored car drivers are abysmal, I'm honestly surprised they aren't getting knocked over left and right.

At least in this case the guy could have dropped his crap on his way to draw. Ever see those guys load an ATM? That's the most vulnerable I've ever seen piles of twenties stacked a foot high in my life.
>> No. 99997 ID: b3e0f6
This one was in the news a while ago. Dude didn't even manage to get a shot out.

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99754 No. 99754 ID: 5c446a hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
By Isabel Vincent and Melissa Klein

January 4, 2015 | 12:23am

Want to influence a casino bid? Polish your corporate image? Not be labeled a racist?

Then you need to pay Al Sharpton.

For more than a decade, corporations have shelled out thousands of dollars in donations and consulting fees to Sharpton’s National Action Network. What they get in return is the reverend’s supposed sway in the black community or, more often, his silence.

Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal met with the activist preacher after leaked e-mails showed her making racially charged comments about President Obama. Pascal was under siege after a suspected North Korean cyber attack pressured the studio to cancel its release of “The Interview,” which depicts the assassination of dictator Kim Jong-un.

Pascal and her team were said to be “shaking in their boots” and “afraid of the Rev,” The Post reported.

No payments to NAN have been announced, but Sharpton and Pascal agreed to form a “working group” to focus on racial bias in Hollywood.
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>> No. 99930 ID: b17d86
I really want one but the legality concerns me

Does it count as a muzzle loader if the projo goes in the front but the powder comes in from the breech?
>> No. 99945 ID: f9a97c
Understand that you are dealing with a federal agency that at a whim could determine most of what we own to be illegal via a "ruling", and deal accordingly.
>> No. 99948 ID: b47db1
Listen to Meplat, he's right.

also I'm thinking if this would be similar to the SKS dummy grenade and whether or not I'd get aluminum bits on my cheek.
>> No. 99970 ID: 5b9651
The Three Rules of Dealing With the ATF:

>Rule 1: ATF Makes the Rules
>Rule 2: ATF is NOT your friend.
>Rule 3: Any attempt to skirt the rules - see Rules 1 & 2.
>> No. 99993 ID: d4df2e

You are at the mercy of dickbags who make the rules on a whim.

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