Government TechnologyFighting Cyberattacks With VolunteersGovernment TechnologyThe volunteers would supplement, not supplant, the private IT murfreesboro private security contractors often hired to fix such problems, he said. “By expanding the corps’ reach beyond just emergencies,” Iden said, “it will give these people an opportunity to roll up their …

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Los Angeles TimesThe war in Afghanistan needs a change in tactics. Privatizing the military isn’t the answerLos Angeles TimesThe newspaper said that Erik D. Prince, a founder of the private murfreesboro private security firm Blackwater Worldwide, and Stephen A.

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Daily SabahMuslim authorities approve Temple Mount prayers after cameras removedThe Jerusalem PostThe Muslim Wakf along with the Muflti of Jerusalem announced Thursday morning that Muslims would once again be encouraged to worship at the al-Aksa compound after Israel removed newly installed murfreesboro private security measures at the holy site.

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Washington TimesCIA on Chinese cyberspyingWashington TimesA senior CIA analyst said China is continuing to conduct aggressive cyberespionage operations against the U.S., contrary to claims by murfreesboro private security experts who say Beijing curbed cyberattacks in the past few years.

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KGBT-TVGovernment contractors prep for border murfreesboro private security at National Butterfly Center in MissionKGBT-TVWe don’t come back here on high-alert with the idea that government contractors may be trespassing, and eliminating vegetation, or altering the landscape, or in any way interfering with our investment in this property.

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BBC NewsShoddy data-stripping exposes firms’ to hack attacks – BBC NewsBBC NewsLarge firms are vulnerable to targeted hack attacks because they do little to strip data from files on their websites, suggests research.

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MonitorOfficials confirm preliminary work near Mission butterfly center as border murfreesboro private security bill vote loomsMonitorMembers of Congress are preparing for a vote this week that could add $1.6 billion for border murfreesboro private security construction.

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A Lexington man was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly broke the finger of a St. Joseph Hospital security officer who tried to prevent him from lighting a cigarette, according to court records.
Christopher L. Clater, 43, was in the hospital’s emergency room as a patient when he reportedly tried to light the cigarette, according to court records. When Clater was told he couldn’t smoke inside, he became disorderly and tried to leave his room, his arrest citation states.
Clater is accused of punching a security officer in the face when he was blocked from leaving, according to court records. While Clater and the security officer were wrestling on the ground, Clater grabbed the officer’s left little finger and bent it sideways away from his hand, breaking the finger, according to the arrest citation.
Clater is being held in the Fayette County jail on a charge of second-degree assault. POI
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A warrant has been issued for an Albuquerque man accused of shoplifting nearly $7,800 in merchandise from Sam's Club in Farmington.
Devon Liedtke, 39, is accused of two counts of third-degree felony shoplifting, according to court records.
The Farmington Police Department has been investigating two incidents of shoplifting which took place in March at Sam's Club at 4500 E. Main St., posting photos from security cameras of the alleged suspect on the department's Facebook page.
Liedtke is accused of stealing four Samsung HDTVs and five sets of security systems along with two coolers, solar lights and stereo equipment on March 20 and 25, according to the arrest warrant affidavit.
He allegedly stole about $3,790 in merchandise on March 20 and about $4,000 in merchandise on March 25. Both times, Liedtke allegedly presented a receipt to an employee and exited the store with the merchandise.
As part of the investigation, Farmington police believed Liedtke had used his Sam's Club membership during a visit to the store.
The membership card was tied to a business account for Accelerated Impact Management based in Albuquerque with the names Devon Ollis and Jesonna Ollis listed under the membership, according to court documents.
The business address for Accelerated Impact Management listed in the court documents matches an entry for Accelerated Impact Management LLC on the New Mexico Secretary of State's Office website.
The entry on the state secretary of state's website lists Devon Liedtke as the registered agent for the LLC.
During the investigation, an officer told detectives she believed the man who allegedly led police on a vehicle pursuit on April 8 could be Liedtke, according to court documents.
Liedtke is also facing charges of aggravated fleeing a law enforcement officer, speeding and failure to maintain traffic lanes, according to court records.
Three different officers involved in the vehicle pursuit believed Liedtke was the man in the Sam's Club security footage after reviewing the photos.One officer showed Liedtke the photos during the April 8 arrest, and he denied being in the photos, according to court documents.
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EL CAJON, Calif. July 23 2017 — After watching in terror as a man violently attacked a police officer in an El Cajon fast-food restaurant, Iesha Booker checked for a pulse on the bloody, unconscious officer and yelled into the radio on his belt.
“I just grabbed it and kept screaming in there that they have an officer down, they have an officer down,” she told reporters Wednesday. “I hoped they heard me because I didn’t know how to work the walkie-talkie.”
Booker said she kept repeating that the officer was down — eventually pulling the radio off his belt — until she heard a dispatcher say they were sending help.
“I did the best I (could) to try to help him,” she said.
The attack Monday morning inside the KFC restaurant on Fletcher Parkway left the officer, a 28-year veteran, hospitalized with significant head trauma. The department has not identified him.
Booker said the attack lasted at least six minutes and that the suspect kept hitting the officer even after he was unconscious.
Daniel Moses Cook, 42, was arrested nearby.  Police said they used a Taser on him after he squared off and took a fighting stance toward approaching officers.
Cook was supposed to be arraigned in El Cajon Superior Court Wednesday afternoon but he refused to leave his cell, Deputy District Attorney Jeff Lazar said. The hearing was rescheduled for Thursday.
Cook is charged with assault on a police officer, resisting a police officer with force, robbery, possession of methamphetamine and being under the influence of meth. He also faces added allegations of causing bodily injury to the officer.
State prison records show Cook was released from prison in June after he was convicted of resisting and deterring an officer with threats and violence. Cook also was convicted in 2001 for assault with a deadly weapon and making a terrorist threat and in 2014 for inflicting corporal injury on a spouse.
Booker, 34, who has driven a MTS bus for the past three years, had stopped at the KFC for her lunch break. She didn’t know police were searching for a robbery suspect in the area. She talked briefly with the man, who was seated at a corner table, complaining to him about the floors and tables being untidy.
“He was just like, ‘Yeah,’ ” she said. “I didn’t know he was in trouble or anything.”
 
When the officer entered the KFC, he went to talk to the man, who didn’t respond, Booker said. Then he stood up, crossed his arms over his chest and pushed the officer backward before hitting him.
The officer seemed surprised by the attack, Booker said. The assailant, who she described as large and strong, seemed to be a trained fighter.
She said the officer tried to fight back, but the man kept up his violent assault. The officer never pulled his gun or Taser, she said.
“I seen the officer stop and think, like, what to do,” she said. “I feel like at that moment he could have done what he needed to protect himself.
“But because we were there, he thought and he just went ahead and tried to struggle him back” instead of pulling his weapon, she said.
Booker said the assailant pushed the officer to the ground and started “slamming on his face, really violently.”
Customers and employees were screaming and running for cover, sending tables and chairs flying. “Everybody was screaming ‘Stop! You’re hitting an officer.’ We all were panicking,” she said.
Booker, who has seven children, has been living in hotels and staying with friends since Memorial Day after the house she was renting was sold.
She told her older kids about what happened Monday and they told her she was a “superhero Mom.”
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