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History-sheeter

Story leaflet, in Indian English, is a man with a long criminal record. The term is found in the Newspapers of the South Asian countries such as India and Pakistan. According to Anastasia Piliavsky, the concept of "history sheeter" has origins in ...

                                               

Homicide in Spain

The murder, according to the Spanish Criminal code of 1995 is a crime that violates a legal right of "independent human life". Established in article 138, which States: "whoever kills another will be punished, as a defendant, murder, deprivation ...

                                               

Honda-kai

Honda-Kai was the active Japanese gang the Yakuza in Kobe in the mid-20th century. Honda-Kai was a "bakuto" gang, mainly devoted to illegal gambling. After the Second world war, they made an Alliance with the Yamaguchi-Gumi syndicate, and then gr ...

                                               

John Hulbert (executioner)

John V. Hulbert, Jr., was executioner in the States of new York, new Jersey and Massachusetts from 1913 to 1926. The Hulbert was trained as a "state electrician" of his predecessor, Edwin F. Davis, and oversaw 140 executions during his tenure. Th ...

                                               

Human trafficking in Florida

Human trafficking in Florida is a trafficking for sexual exploitation or forced labour as it occurs in Florida. After California and new York, Florida has the most cases of human trafficking in the United States. In Florida there have been cases ...

                                               

Hush money

A bribe is a term for a form of bribery, in which one person or party offers another an attractive sum of money or other gimmicks in exchange for keeping silent about some illegal, stigmatic, or shameful behavior, action, or fact about the person ...

                                               

Ichiwa-kai

In the Ichiwa-Kai was a Yakuza gang based in Osaka, Japan. It was formed on June 13, 1984 when Hiroshi Yamamoto, a top Lieutenant in the Yamaguchi-Gumi, broke from that gang to form his own organization with over 10.000 members. The split stemmed ...

                                               

Index of Spousal Abuse

Index of domestic violence is a 30-item self-report scale designed to assess severity of physical and non-physical aggression on a woman by her spouse or partner. Abi has become a popular measure in the medical institutions. It was created out of ...

                                               

Inking (attack)

Major incidents include the marking on the test of AAM party leader Arvind Kejriwal will follow attack of the chili powder in 2016 and the formation of Swaraj party, the founder and former AAM aadmi party leader Yogendra Yadav in 2014. In 2015, t ...

                                               

Innocence commissions

The innocence Commission is a legal Commission established by the government for post-conviction review cases to try to ensure that wrongful convictions are not worth not one innocent person was executed.

                                               

Internet Crime Complaint Center

The mission of the Internet crime complaint center, also known as IC3, to provide the public with reliable and convenient reporting mechanism to provide information to the Federal Bureau of investigation against the suspects in Internet-facilitat ...

                                               

Interstate 80 rapist

Although many were convinced that there were other attacks on the same person, only three were connected by DNA: September 9, 2013 at 4:20 am. December 10, 2013 at 9:15 PM. January 8, 2014 at 4:30 am.

                                               

IRS impersonation scam

IRS impersonation scams involve fraudsters targeting American taxpayers, posing as employees of the internal service revenue collection. The scammers operate by placing official calls a troubling gullible citizens, to threaten them with arrest an ...

                                               

Jhabua nuns rape case

In the case of Jhabua rape of nuns is a case of alleged rape of four nuns in the town of Jhabua in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India in 1998, a group of 24 tribes. In Jhabua court issued a warrant for the arrest of matches digvijay Singh then ...

                                               

Murder of Christy Sarah Jones

The murder of Christy Sarah Jones, was held in 2000, a Briton on holiday in Thailand. Jones was found raped and strangled on August 10 in her hotel room in Chiang Mai. The case that has received wide national and international press, remains unre ...

                                               

Marlon Jones

Marlon Jones is a Jamaican criminal who was added to the list of FBI ten most wanted fugitives in December 2016. He was captured in one day to be in this list. He allegedly is connected to October 15, 2016 shooting in Los Angeles, California hous ...

                                               

Murder of Samantha Josephson

The murder of Samantha Josephson, which occurred on 31 March 2019, is the leading case of murder in the us state of South Carolina, which led to the passage of the law in new Jersey. Samis law enhances the protection of drivers and passengers usi ...

                                               

Journal of Child Sexual Abuse

Journal of sexual abuse of children is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed scientific journal which provides an interface for researchers, scientists, lawyers, doctors, and practitioners. The journal promotes the expansion of relations in the fie ...

                                               

Journal of Sexual Aggression

Journal of sexual aggression is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes articles about research results and development theory, policy and practice regarding sexual aggression in all its forms. Topics covered include expression of sexua ...

                                               

George Joynt

George Joynt was an Irish-American gangster and associate of the winter hill gang. He was the first to be murdered as a counterattack by the Charlestown mob in revenge for murdering Bernie McLaughlin.

                                               

2014 JPMorgan Chase data breach

In Houston JPMorgan chase data breach in 2014 was the cyber-attack against American Bank JPMorgan chase that is believed to have compromised data associated with over 83 million accounts – 76 million households and 7 million small businesses. Dat ...

                                               

Wa'el Hamza Julaidan

Wael Hamza Julaidan is a founding member of "al-Qaeda" in August 1988. Previously, he has 1984 he founded "the service Office" or Maktab al-Khidamat in Afghanistan, along with bin Laden and Abdullah Yusuf Azzam. Many of the supporters of "al-Qaed ...

                                               

Kharkiv beheadings

In Kharkov, the beheading was a crime committed in 2012, in Ukraine, in which the judge and his family beheaded with a machete. Judge Vladimir Trofimov, his wife Irina, their son Sergei and sons partner was attacked in the Eastern city of Ukraine ...

                                               

Kill Haole Day

Kill White is a term for bullying incidents that occurred in some schools in Hawaii, when non-white students will pursue and attack white students. The incidents saw their height in the late 1970-ies. In his 2009 book, lawyer and former Hawaii Go ...

                                               

Saizo Kishimoto

Saizō Kishimoto was a Japanese gangster. Born in Kobe, he entered the Japanese Imperial Navys air force during the Second world war. After the war he became a member of a municipal government of Kobe city. In 1955 he joined the clan with the lead ...

                                               

Kokusui-kai

In the Kokusui-Kai, founded in 1958, is a Tokyo-based Yakuza organization with 500 members. Despite the relatively low membership, it is widely regarded as wealthy and successful gang, controlling the area fashion district of Ginza. His boss, or ...

                                               

Murder of Alexandria Kostial

Alexandria Kostial was 21-year-old student at the University of Mississippi, who was found dead near lake Mississippi in July of 2019. The suspect, 22-year-old Brandon Theesfeld Fort worth, Texas, was arrested and charged with murder after Kostia ...

                                               

Kubus scheme

The Kubus scheme was a scheme that originated in South Africa in the 1980-ies and was subsequently exported to the United States. He is involved in the farming of dairy yeast cultures, which were sold to the originator and restoration of the next ...

                                               

Murder of the Kumari-Baker sisters

Davina and Jasmine Kumari-Baker were murdered by their mother who stabbed them to death in their home in Stretham, Cambridgeshire, England, while they slept on 13 June 2007. Rekha Kumari-Baker was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum tar ...

                                               

Kyokuto Sakurai-soke-rengokai

In Kyokuto-SakuraiSoke-Rengokai is now defunct gang, the Yakuza previously based in Numazu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. It was an organization of the tekiya. He was assigned to the Japanese police as a boryokudan group in July 1993. It disbanded ...

                                               

Murder of Troy LaFerrara

Museum of Troy LaFerrara was a port Trevorton, Pennsylvania man murdered on November 11, 2013. Miranda Barbour and her husband Elytte Barbour, were found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment in September 2014. Murder is different because the ...

                                               

Lam Kwok-wai

Lam Kwok-Wai is one of Hong Kongs two known serial killers. He was convicted of 10 rapes and three murders. His murder weapon with his bare hands, he touched his right hand "fork". He was given 11 life sentences.

                                               

Sonny Leitch

William "Sonny" Leitch, also known as the Saughton Harrier and danger man, a retired Scottish professional criminal. Leytch was born in Craigneuk, Lanarkshire, and was a childhood friend of Thomas Joseph Winning, cardinal winning. Leitch claims t ...

                                               

Celine Lesage

Celine Lesage is a French woman found guilty in 2010 of murdering six of her newborn babies between 2000 and 2007. She suffocated four of them, and strangled two. October 19, 2007, the new guy, Luke, Marguerite, found six bodies in the basement a ...

                                               

Lexington murders

The Lexington murders was one of the most notable crimes in California during the 19th century. Majors Lloyd Leadbetter, Joseph Jewell and John Franklin of the soul, was responsible for the brutal murder and robbery of William Peter Renowden and ...

                                               

Liberty Bell Ruby

The Liberty bell Ruby is a sculpture Made from the worlds largest mined ruby that was discovered in East Africa in the 1950-ies. It weighs four pounds, is eight and a half thousand carats, and is sculpted in miniature form of the Liberty bell. It ...

                                               

Thomas Ray Lippert

Thomas ray Lippert was a former convict and former business law Professor at southwest state College in Marshall, Minnesota. who worked at the clinic named reproductive medical technologies Inc. in Utah from 1988 to the mid 1990-ies, where he rep ...

                                               

Michael Lee Lockhart

Michael Lee Lockhart was a multi-state serial killer who received death sentences in three States. He was executed December 9, 1997, in the state of Texas.

                                               

Long firm fraud

Long firm fraud is a crime that uses a company established for fraudulent purposes, the main operations of the company as apparently legitimate business by buying goods and paying suppliers promptly to ensure good credit history. As soon as they ...

                                               

Murder of Mackenzie Lueck

The murder of Mackenzie Lueck sung took place in June 2019, when 23-year-old Lueck, student at the University of Utah, was reported missing and her remains are later discovered. 31-year-old Ayoola Ajayi was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping and ...

                                               

Luen Group

Luen group is one of several organized crime groups of Hong Kong, known as triads. The group exceeds 8.000 and consists of several subgroups, including Luen Lok Tong, Luen Tay Ying Luen Ying she and Luen Kung Lok. In the Luen Kung Lok alleged ill ...

                                               

Luigi's Restaurant shooting

On 6 August 1993, 22-year-old Fort Bragg soldier Kenneth Junior French, armed with two shotguns and a rifle, opened fire in a restaurant in Fayetteville, North Carolina, killed 4 people and injured 7 others. The victims were Scott Wesley cover, 2 ...

                                               

2019 Lyon stabbings

August 31, 2019, nine people were stabbed in the Afghan asylum seekers one of the victims died and two were hospitalized. The attack occurred near a metro station in Lyon, France. The police are not investigating the attack as terrorism, but told ...

                                               

Madatharuvi case

Madatharuvi case refers to the murder in Kerala, India. The case concerned the murder in 1966, a widow by the name Mariyakutty. The priest, FR. Benedict Onamkulam, was convicted of the crime. The court session sentenced the priest to death, but C ...

                                               

Mail robbery

The post office robbery, the robbery of the mail, as a rule, when he is in possession, on Deposit or under control of the transmitting body, which in most countries is the postal operator and can be connected with the theft of money or luxury items.

                                               

Malmo Ostra hospital murders

Malmö murders acute hospital named Swedish case of serial murders committed by the then 18-year-old Anders Hansson at a hospital in malmö between October 1978 and January 1979. Hansson poisoned elderly patients during working hours a nurse with G ...

                                               

Mandamento (Sicilian Mafia)

In the Cosa Nostra in traditionally mandamento is a district of three geographically contiguous mafia cosche in Sicily. In capomandamento is the head of the territory, mandamento, and usually has the right to be part of a provincial Commission of ...

                                               

Mara (gang)

Mara is a form of gang originating in the United States that has spread to the countries of Central America such as El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala.

                                               

Marked bill

Marking bills is a technique used by the police to trace and identify money used in illegal activities. The serial numbers on the bills are recorded, and sometimes markings are made on the banknotes themselves. Dont law enforcement agencies use t ...

                                               

Stevan Markovic (bodyguard)

In the 1950-ies Markovic and his friend Milos Milosevic was involved in streetfighting in Belgrade. They met Alain Delon, a young movie star at the time, who was filming in Belgrade in co-production with Yugoslavia. Delon employed Milos and late ...

                                               

2015 Marseille shooting

February 9, 2015 hooded gunmen in the French city of Marseille caused a lock after they fired Kalashnikov rifles at police, Manuel Valls, Prime Minister of France, was visiting the city. It is believed that the shooting was drug gang, but due to ...

                                               

Mass operations of the NKVD

Mass operations of the NKVD was carried out during the great purge and targeted specific categories of people. As a rule, they are carried out in accordance with the order of peoples Commissar of internal Affairs Nikolai Yezhov. Order of the NKVD ...

                                               

Edith Maxwell

Edith Maxwell was a school teacher in Virginia who, at the age of 21 was charged with the murder of his father in the countryside of the Appalachian mountains, causing a nationwide sensation. 20 Jul 1935, young teachers spent the evening with fri ...

                                               

May 2015 Rio Bravo lynching

Sixteen-year-old girl, was in may, 2015 burned in río Bravo, Suchitepéquez, Guatemala a Lynch mob, after he was accused by some of involvement in the murder of motorbike taxi driver. Later video mob was uploaded to YouTube and widely circulated o ...

                                               

Mazafaka (hacker group)

Motherfucker is a financially motivated hacker group. This is the second forum crime generation, many users moved to sites such as ShadowCrew. The site offered services such as the configuration of the Zeus malware for a specific system.

                                               

McCarthy-Dundon

McCarthy-dundon criminal gang are based in Limerick, Ireland. Their main base is Ballinacurra Weston on the Southside ditties, but they also have a strong presence in Southill and in the Northern suburbs between moyross. Gangs involved in drug tr ...

                                               

John McVicar

In 2002, McVicar published a book about the Jill Dando murder, dead on time. In it, Macvicar paint Barry George as a sophisticated liar, trying to appear too stupid to perform complex missions. The book appeared after Georges first appeal was rej ...

                                               

Somayeh Mehri

Somayeh Mehri, to divorce her husband, who is engaged in drug smuggling. One night in 2011, Mehris husband cut off the electricity in their house. Then, while Mary and her infant, wound, slept, he threw acid on both their faces. Mary screamed for ...

                                               

Merlin (database)

Merlin is a database run by the Metropolitan police that stores information on children who were known to the police for any reason. This can range from being a victim of bullying to be present while the property is sought, it may be with a warra ...

                                               

Miryalaguda honour killing

In Miryalaguda honor killing refers to the murder Pranay Kumar, a 23-year-old Indian man, who was part of a caste marriages. Kumar was killed in Miryalaguda, Telangana, India, in the presence of 23-year-old his old wife, Amrutha Varshini, who was ...

                                               

Mischief

Harm or bodily injury is the specific name for different criminal offenses in different jurisdictions. While the wrongful acts will often involve what the people described as vandalism, can not be a legal differentiation between the two. The etym ...

                                               

2018 Mishui vehicle attack

On September 12, 2018, a man deliberately drove his SUV into a crowd on the square in Mishui in Hengyang in Hunan province, China. The attack killed 15 people and injured 43 people. The attacker, Zanyun Yang, was sentenced to death and executed.

                                               

Mob enforcer

A gangster is a member or associate of organized crime and corrupt political organization that is responsible for handling those who do not go along with the organizations policy, rules and suggestions. Coercion often involves threats and / or ac ...

                                               

Khalfan Khamis Mohamed

Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, a citizen of Tanzania, is one of the many suspects of al-Qaeda who was convicted in 1998, and one of the four who was convicted and sentenced to life without parole in 2001 for their parts in the 1998 bombing of the U.S. E ...

                                               

Olle Moller

Manfred Olof "Olle" Moller was a Swedish-American Stayer, who was also convicted of murder in 1939 GERD Johansson and murder 1959 by Ruth Lind. Moeller has won ten national titles cross country running events between 1928 and 1939.

                                               

Jacques Monsieur

Jacques Monsieur, a Belgian convicted of a major arms dealer. He is one of the biggest gunrunners in the world and is currently in prison in Saint-Gilles prison. In 2018 he was sentenced to four years imprisonment, the court of Appeal in Brussels ...

                                               

Mothers of Murdered Offspring

Mothers of murdered offspring is a victims rights organization in Charlotte, S. N. it was founded in March 1993 by Dee Sumpter and Judy Williams after the death of their daughter and God-daughter of Sean Dennis Hawk, on February 19, 1993. Mothers ...

                                               

Hughie Mulligan

Hughie Mulligan was a new York mobster and bookmaker who headed in 1950-e years the criminal activities of the "Irish mob" in Hells kitchen. His proteges included Jimmy Burke, an employee of the crime family Lucchese, and a possible heir to Micke ...

                                               

Murder of Mohebullah

The killing of Mohebullah refers to 2010 on the set of Mohebullah captured in Afghanistan an American soldier, who was later found guilty and was convicted by an American military judge. 17 Oct 2010 "in a prison cell in U.S. Outpost in Afghanista ...

                                               

Murder of Nualchawee Petchrung

Nualchawee Petchrung was a Thai nurse who was murdered by her doctor husband, Athip Suyansethakarn, 10 September 1959. The investigation and trial took a sensational media coverage Siang Ang Thong newspaper, which later became the countrys leadin ...

                                               

Murder of Theodore L. Newton, Jr. and George F. Azrak

Theodore L. Newton Jr. and George F. Azrak were two agents of the border patrol of the United States, who was kidnapped and murdered by smugglers of marijuana on June 17, 1967, near Anza, CA. They are the namesakes of the Theodore L. Newton Jr. a ...

                                               

Murthal gang rapes

As stated in the Newspapers that on the night of February 22-23 2016,"at least 10 women pulled out of the car, stripped and raped by goons" in Martel, India. The event received great attention from the media and political parties with the Congres ...

                                               

Naglite

Naglite, literally insolent, but the Bulgarian criminal group which was engaged in more than ten high-profile kidnappings in 2008-09. They asked for a ransom of several hundred thousand euros in each case and in case of delay or insufficient paym ...

                                               

Nakano-kai

In the Nakano-Kai was notorious Osaka-based Yakuza gang based Taro Nakano in the years after World War 2. In the Nakano-Kai was known for its brutal militancy and thus sometimes called "Dojin-Kai Yamaguchi-Gumi". Until 1997, the Nakano-Kai was a ...

                                               

James Napoli

James "Jimmy NAP" Napoli was a new York gangster who was in Caporegime crime family Genovese. From the 1950s until the 1980s, years he oversaw one of the largest illegal gambling operations in the United States. Napoli taste delicious dishes, fin ...

                                               

Leroy Nash

Viva Leroy Nash-American career criminal and one of the oldest prisoners in history as one of those long in prison, spending almost 80 years behind bars. He was the oldest of the American death penalty at the time of his death in February 2010. B ...

                                               

National Clearinghouse on Marital and Date Rape

The national Clearinghouse on family and date rape was a research center, which collected and provided information on date and marital rape, and legislation concerning them, and media publications on these topics, as well as acting as counsel in ...

                                               

Negligent homicide

Negligent homicide is a criminal charge brought against a person who, by gross negligence, allow the other person to die. Examples include the crash of Aeroperu flight 603 near Lima, Peru. The accident was caused by a piece of adhesive tape that ...

                                               

William Nesbit (thief)

William Raymond Nesbit was the American thief active in the 1930-ies. He was born in Marshalltown, Iowa. December 31, 1936, he killed fellow thief Harold Baker in a gunpowder explosion in Minnehaha County, near Sioux falls, South Dakota. He was a ...

                                               

Nikos Metaxas

Nikos Metaxa-Greek Cypriot army officer and suspected serial killer. He admitted in writing in the killings of seven people, including five women and two children. He was convicted by the Supreme court of Cyprus with seven life setences for murde ...

                                               

Noricum scandal

The noricum scandal, or noricum case was the Austrian export arms scandal, encroaching on illegal arms exports to Iran, at the fest auxiliary Norik in the 1980-ies. He was named after the Roman geographical area of the Norik.

                                               

Nottinghamshire sex abuse allegations

Statements about the abuse Nottinghamshire sex focused on the statements of the children in the homes and in foster care. In 2010, the Nottinghamshire police started three surgeries on the study of historical abuse of children in Nottingham and N ...

                                               

Shooting of Paul O'Neal

Shooting Paul oneill took place on 28 July 2016, when he was shot in the back of police officers in Chicago after the Great theft car chase. Oneill, 18, struck two police cars, parked car and a police officer in the operation of the stolen Jaguar ...

                                               

Disappearance of Nathan O'Brien, Kathryn Liknes and Alvin Liknes

The disappearance of Nathan obrien, Kathryn Liknes and Alvin Liknes occurred on June 29, 2014. Five-year-old Nathan obrien and his grandparents, Kathryn and Alvin Liknes, disappeared from the grandparents calgary, AB home after what police called ...

                                               

Diane O'Dell

Diane Odell is an American woman serial killer who was convicted of killing three of her 12 children. It was also investigated the disappearance of another child. Odell regularly traveled with the bodies. The bodies of three dead newborns were fo ...

                                               

Killing of Rekiah O'Donnell

In October 2013, the Australian Rekiah Odonnell was shot by her friend, Nelson Lai, in his house in the Sun, in the suburbs of Melbourne. During shooting, the barking was under the influence of a purified form of methamphetamine known as "ice." O ...

                                               

Officer James Fowler ticket incident

The incident, officer James Fowler ticket refers to the signing of thousands of fine for the name of James catching, almost a month after he died in Baltimore. The story was originally reported by the reporters of WBAL-TV in Baltimore-the 11 news.

                                               

Official Table of Drops

Official table of drops issued earlier to the UK, is manual, which is used to calculate the appropriate length of rope for long drop hangings. After a series of failed hangings including those of John Babbacombe Lee, a Committee chaired by Henry ...

                                               

Ohio highway sniper attacks

A sniper attacks a highway Ohio was a series of 24 sniper attacks along interstate 270 and other nearby highways in the Central part of the U.S. state of Ohio against traffic and homes. Shooting began in may 2003 and continued for several months. ...

                                               

Murder of Mollie Olgin

Molly Olgin, 19, was killed June 22, 2012, at violet Andrews Park in Portland, Texas. It is believed that David Malcolm Strickland, 25, raped her and her girlfriend Mary Kristene "Kris" Chapa 18, before shooting them both to death. Olgin was decl ...

                                               

One Million Boys

One million boys-it is the code name of a robbery gang known for his notorious robberies in the vicinity of Lagos and its surroundings. Originally formed in Ajegunle a group of about 20 guys to "fight injustice in the city," some members of the g ...

                                               

Operation Amethyst

Operation Amethyst, the Garda Siochana operation targeting child pornography in the Republic of Ireland. Involving simultaneous searches on may 25, 2002, more than 100 individuals suspected of downloading child pornography, it was one of the larg ...

                                               

Operation Bumblebee (UK)

Operation Bumblebee is an anti-burglary campaign undertaken by Londons Metropolitan police, which aims to fight hacking in the capital and increase public awareness of measures they can take to protect their homes. Operation Bumblebee was first i ...

                                               

Operation Green Merchant

Operation Green merchant was a national investigation and operation against the business, is a specialized garden machinery, which allegedly used to grow cannabis in the 1990-ies.

                                               

Operation Guard Shack

Operation guard Shack was a two-year Federal Bureau of investigation of corruption in law enforcement in Puerto Rico. The operation concluded on October 6, 2010, with a series of pre-dawn raids that led to over 130 arrests of members of the polic ...

                                               

Operation Lost Honor

Lost their jobs after the English translation of the title known consequence called "Honor Perdido." Investigation fighting corruption police in Puerto Rican earth, which took place in August 2001. Organized the Federal Bureau of investigations a ...

                                               

Operation Malaya

Work minor-Spanish anti-corruption campaign in the southern resort city of Marbella. It started in 2006 and conducted by the National police, under the direction of judge Miguel ángel Torres. The operation, now in its third phase, has the objecti ...

                                               

Operation Mallorca

Operation Mallorca was in the United States the Control of narcotics investigations, targeted operations on money-laundering of Colombian drug traffickers, of which 36 people were arrested.

                                               

Operation Plunder Dome

Operation plunder dome, an undercover investigation by the Federal Bureau of investigation of political corruption in the city government of Providence, state of Rhode island. Transaction first became public when the FBI raided city hall Providen ...

                                               

Operation True Test

Operation true test was a nationwide investigation in 2008 targeting businesses selling "masking products" that are supposed to help drug tests employer drug under little-used provisions) of the Code. It was born on may 7, 2008, when agents of th ...

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