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Re: Do You Get THAT Feeling?

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bonifaas_abe wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:14 pm
This might be one of the most deadly and terrific single shooter situations ever seen, even among all other massacres that happen.
Unfortunately we all see this things happening now and there are people who get inspired from them. They plan things out and execute them , and some of the thing they perpetrate are getting really intricate and could do some serious long term damage
Apparently, these days it is really easy to get in possession of whole arsenal of firearms. USA should really introduce way more restrictive gun ownership policy. For sure it will not fully resolve the problem with mass shootings but it will be one step closer.


Re: Do You Get THAT Feeling?

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bonifaas_abe wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:14 pm
Pava wrote:
Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:25 am
ops... http://thenewyorknewsday.com/2017/10/09 ... -fbi-raid/#
This might be one of the most deadly and terrific single shooter situations ever seen, even among all other massacres that happen.
Unfortunately we all see this things happening now and there are people who get inspired from them. They plan things out and execute them , and some of the thing they perpetrate are getting really intricate and could do some serious long term damage
The other day I watched - or perhaps the better word would be "listened", because it was mostly sound - a video of the attack, and it was the most horrific and nauseating thing I've ever heard. Horrifying.

Re: Do You Get THAT Feeling?

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The City of London Police, along with representatives of the Financial Conduct Authority and the HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have “visited” the offices of 20 binary options brokerages in the City this Tuesday, the police said.

The inspection was prompted by data of the Action Fraud cybercrime unit that in the first six months of 2017 Brits have reported losses of over GBP 18 million to various binary options fraud. On average the loss of a single person amounted to GBP 22 811. The total losses to various online scams since 2012 have amounted to GBP 59 million. Most likely the losses are much greater, as the statistics is based just on the reported cases.

The action of the government agencies mostly focused on compliance and document gathering, but, according to the police, some interesting things have been found.





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