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DOJ launches effort to tackle threats of violence against school officials
The Justice Department is launching an effort to counter the “increase” in “threats of violence” against school officials and teachers nationwide.
“Threats against public servants are not only illegal, they are contrary to the core values of our nation,” Attorney General Garland said about the effort in a statement on Monday. “Those who dedicate their time and energy to ensuring that our children receive a proper education in a safe environment deserve to be able to do their jobs without any fear for their safety.”
Garland directed the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s offices to hold meetings with federal, state and local law enforcement leaders over the next 30 days, during which they will discuss what the DOJ called a “troubling trend” of harassment and threats against the school. methods will be discussed. Officer.
Critics say the move amounts to an attempt by the Biden administration to threaten parents from exercising their First Amendment rights.
The DOJ will also launch a task force aimed at addressing the issue, attempting to determine how the federal government can use its powers to prosecute crimes and assist local law enforcement in those incidents. which are not federal crimes.
Special training will also be provided for local school boards and administrators to help them identify behaviors that constitute a threat, as well as preserve evidence to assist in the prosecution of crimes by appropriate law enforcement agencies. assist them in reporting incidents. Click here for more on our top story.
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Brian Laundry manhunt: Cassie laundry revealed after Gabby Petito murder case
The sister of Florida fugitive Brian Laundry told protesters outside her Lakewood Ranch home on Monday that her family was ignoring her after her brother went missing and her fiancée died.
When asked if her parents were helping Brian Laundry escape the authorities, she said “I don’t know” and she wasn’t able to speak with them.
“I’m in the boat where I’m being ignored by my family and thrown under the bus by my family’s lawyer,” Cassie Laundry told a group of protesters on Monday in a video shared by TikTok user @chroniclesofolivia said in.
It looked like lawyers were referencing laundry, Steve Bertolino blamed the media.
“I do not represent Cassie Laundry,” he told Granthshala News Digital in a text message Monday night. “Cassie’s comments can only be attributed to my words and the press diverting her words to clarify prior misinterpretations by the press with the hope of further sensationalizing this tragic story. “
Laundry made his first public remarks to a group of protesters at his home since an ABC News interview last month, while a search is underway for his brother – the subject of a federal warrant for alleged debit card fraud. Click Here For More.
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Facebook and Instagram back after longest worldwide outage ever; company description root cause
Facebook announced in a statement late Monday that its platform on its main site, Instagram, is “back up and running” after a massive global outage., And the WhatsApp platform in the dark earlier in the day.
the company said blog post that its engineering teams found that “this communication was interrupted due to a configuration change on the backbone routers that coordinate network traffic between our data centers. This disruption in network traffic had a massive impact on the way our data centers communicated.” , thereby giving our services a stop.”
While these platforms are operational again, “we are actively working to fully return them to regular operation.”
“We would like to clarify at this time that we believe the root cause of this outage was a faulty configuration change. We also have no evidence that user data was compromised as a result of this downtime,” the statement read.
In addition to Facebook, DownDetector had reported that users of T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, Google, Twitter, TikTok, Zoom and Amazon Web Services were experiencing outages.
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen is set to testify against the social media giant on Tuesday morning.
On Sunday, Haugen was revealed on CBS’s “60 Minutes” as the woman who anonymously filed a complaint with federal law enforcement that Facebook’s own research shows that it is hate and misogynistic. How information amplifies polarization, and Instagram, in particular, can harm teens. Girls’ mental health. Click Here For More.
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– GOP Senate candidate Sam Brown hit back on Twitter as the tech giant admitted his account was ‘mistakenly’ banned
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some parting words
Sean Hannity clapped back Joe Biden On Monday when the president told reporters that Democratic Sens. The harassment faced by Joe Manchin and Kirsten Cinema for its lack of support for important items on its domestic agenda is just “part of the process.”
“You won’t stick up for your fellow senators. I think that’s part of the process,” said the host. “Hannity”. “Bathroom stalls are being videotaped. Is that part of the process you support? What happened to a woman standing up for her right to privacy? What about showing up at someone’s house and yelling at them Where do they live? It’s part of the process? What if someone came into your basement during your midday nap? It’s not fair. It’s wrong. It’s unethical.”
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