Daily Archives: August 23rd, 2015

Teen brothers may have taken videos while killing parents and three siblings

It is being reported on August 23, 2015 that the two Oklahoma brothers, Robert Bever, 18, and Michael Bever, 16 may have uploaded a video of their attacks on Youtube.  They stabbed their family members on July 22, 2015.  Daniel, 12; Christopher, 7; Victoria, 5; and parents David, 52, and April, 44 were found dead on the scene.  Their 13-year-old sister, Crystal, was injured but survived, while their other sister Autumn, 2, was unharmed.

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Interview with authors of book ‘Fugitive’ – Oscar Pistorius


Lisa Wilson and Nick van der Leek’s latest book about Oscar Pistorius is called Fugitive.  Their ninth book about the murder of Reeva Steenkamp.  Delving into Pistorius’s life, Wilson and van der Leek reveal what Oscar may be running from.   What really happened the night he shot Reeva to death and why.

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Defense of girl who pushed her boyfriend to kill himself says ‘no crime committed’

Michelle Carter and Conrad Roy


It is being reported on August 23, 2015 that the 17-year-old girl who convinced her boyfriend to commit suicide via text is claiming that no crime was committed.  The attorneys for Michelle Carter say that her text messages are protected under the first amendment.  “Michelle Carter, now 18, is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of 18-year-old Conrad Roy III. He died of carbon monoxide poisoning last July [2014] and was found in his truck behind a Fairhaven K-Mart, police said.”

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Hired Cyberhacker attacks Rutgers University computer system


It is being reported on August 23, 2015 that a cyberhacker who calls himself, Exfocus, has repeatedly attacked the computer infrastructure of Rutgers University.  The disruptions have taken down their website four times in the past year.  Exfocus has also taunted Rutgers on social media, saying, “I’m fairly certain I could run circles around all of you with my eyes closed, and one leg amputated.”

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