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GizmodoSenator Probes Top US Defense Contractor Over Leaked Data Tied to Pentagon ProjectGizmodoOne of America’s top defense contractors is facing questions over its murfreesboro private security practices after sensitive files tied to a Pentagon project were discovered on a publicly accessible Amazon server.

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Feds Call on Contractors to Play Ball in Mitigating Insider ThreatsDark ReadingUnder the NISPOM Change 2 Insider Threat Mandate, which went into effect on May 31, federal contractors will be forced to have a much tighter game plan in place; much of this revolves around renewed focus on end-user murfreesboro private security training.

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HuffPostWhy Did A Private Murfreesboro Security Contractor Treat Standing Rock Protesters Like ‘Jihadists’?HuffPostDuring my week-long visit to Standing Rock in January 2017, I listened to many water protectors speak about the shady tactics used against them by private murfreesboro private security contractors and local law enforcement to undermine their protests against the Dakota …Paramilitary murfreesboro private security tracked and targeted #noDAPL activists, docs showRevealDakota Access pipeline now in serviceThe HillLeaked Documents Reveal Counterterrorism Tactics Used at Standing Rock to “Defeat Pipeline Insurgencies”The Interceptall 131 news articles »

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Coffee County TN June 15 2017 Law enforcement overseeing the 16th annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival said they arrested and cited more than 300 people during this year’s festival — a slight rise in numbers from the previous year.

Coffee County Sheriff Department spokesman Lucky Knott said authorities wrote 295 citations and arrested 42 people during the four-day music festival held June 8-11 in Manchester, Tenn.

Last year police issued 277 citations issued and arrested 37 people.

In 2015, there were 76 arrests made by all law enforcement agencies overseeing the festival, up from 60 in 2014.

A majority of this year’s citations and arrests included illegal possession of a controlled substance for harder drugs like cocaine, ecstasy and LSD — all typical cases connected to Bonnaroo.

Some of the major arrests were drug busts including one on June 9 when authorities said they caught two men with more than $30,000 worth of drugs such as mushrooms, marijuana and molly — a synthetic drug that alters mood and perception, inside a vehicle.

The day prior, an undercover Manchester police officer said he caught a suspected drug dealer with more than $6,000 worth of marijuana, cocaine, mushrooms, LSD and molly.

In addition, less than 24 hours into the event the sheriff’s department busted a New York man with more than 1,000 fake drugs.

According to an arrest warrant, David E. Brady, 45 of Albany told authorities he “was doing God’s work by selling fake drugs.” Brady was charged with multiple counts of possession of counterfeit controlled substances.

About 65,000 people attended Bonnaroo this year — a number significantly higher than 2016. Ticket sales fell to 45,537 last year after averaging about 73,000 over the previous 10 years.
Two dozen transported to area hospitals. Private Officer International

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Two inmates are on the loose in Georgia after killing two prison guards during a bus transport Tuesday morning.

Authorities are identifying the inmates as Donnie Russell Rowe, 43, and Ricky Dubose, 24. The Georgia Department of Corrections said in a tweet that people should call 911 and should not approach the men if they them.

 

The FBI said the two were seen getting into a "grass green," four-door 2004 Honda Civic with the Georgia license plate number RBJ-6601.

U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said during testimony before a Senate budget panel in Washington Tuesday morning that federal resources are being committed to help catch the fugitives.

"An attack on any American law enforcement officer is an attack on every American law enforcement officer and the principles we all believe in," he said.

Both men have been serving sentences for armed robbery and other crimes, according to the state agency's website. Rowe had been in prison since June 2002, and Dubose had been in prison since July 2015.

Putnam County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Teresa Slade says the inmates escaped about 7:23 a.m. Tuesday, southeast of Atlanta. She said a witness saw the men get away in a dark green Honda.

The names of the prison guards weren't immediately released.

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Buffalo Business FirstChange of murfreesboro private security contractors at Buffalo airport may put 34 people out of workBuffalo Business First​Command Murfreesboro Security Corp., a national murfreesboro private security company based in Virginia, will no longer provide those services at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport.

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CINCINNATI KY June 8 2017  Some of the survivors of the Cameo nightclub shooting in Cincinnati have filed a lawsuit against the owners, operators and employees, claiming people who were armed were allowed in through an express and/or a secret back entrance.
Two people died in the March 26 shooting while 17 others were hurt. Eight of them are taking part in the lawsuit.
The lawsuit claims there were three entrances to the club on Kellogg Avenue. The regular and the express entrances in the front, as well as a "clandestine" entrance set up on the back of the business.
The suit claims that for higher entrance fees, people could get into the club with a limited security pat down at the express entrance and no security measures in the secret back entrance.
The lawsuit says the owners and operators were not only aware of the security risks of the club, it claims they were complicit.
The owners and operators are accused of failing to implement a proper security plan, hire enough security personnel, and to maintain a proper lookout for criminal activity.
The Cochran Firm is representing the shooting victims and is planning a news conference for Thursday. The family of O'Bryan Spikes filed a similar lawsuit in April.
Cornell Beckley is charged with murder, involuntary manslaughter and 30 counts of felonious assault. He's set to go on trial in November.
Police also identified Deondre Davis as a suspected shooter. He died from his injuries.The Cameo nightclub closed a week after the shooting.
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North Naples FL June 8 2017 A security guard sounded shaken on the phone as he told a dispatcher about how he found the bodies of a North Naples couple in their home last week.
The man went to Barbara and Michael Bitterman's home in the 12000 block of Collier's Reserve Drive to get their mail and check on the house Wednesday, he said in the 911 call. They were supposed to have left on a trip Tuesday.
He tried to silence the burglar alarm when it tripped, but the code didn't work, he told the dispatcher. He called another security guard at the Collier's Reserve community on Immokalee Road just east of U.S. 41 to notify him of the problem, according to the 911 call.
The guard saw a light on in a hallway and went to turn it off. He then saw a body lying on the floor in the guest bedroom, he said in the 911 call. He believed the body to be that of Michael Bitterman, 74, but he told the dispatcher he wasn't sure.
The Collier County Sheriff's Office received two calls about the burglary alarm — one from the alarm company and another from the community's security team.
The guard who checked on the Bittermans' home waited for deputies outside the mansion and told the dispatcher that he was the one who set off the alarm when he took their mail inside.
When deputies arrived they found Michael Bitterman lying on his back with a gunshot wound to his facial area. Barbara Bitterman, 61, was found lying on the bed with her feet hanging off the edge and a gunshot wound to her facial area.
Deputies found a shotgun on the floor at the foot of the bed, according to a Sheriff's Office incident report. They also found two suitcases full of clothes in the master bedroom.
Their deaths were ruled a murder-suicide, and investigators are waiting for the medical examiner's reports to determine who shot whom, according to Michelle Batten, a Sheriff's Office spokeswoman. Friends and neighbors said the deaths shocked the Collier's Reserve community. They said the Bittermans were active in the community's country club and enjoyed traveling. One neighbor said the couple was going on a cruise last week. Private Officer International
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