- Their claims raise further questions about the conduct of the undercover officers sent to infiltrate hundreds of political groups since 1968 .
- An undercover police officer who spied on anti-racist groups has been accused of attempting to incite two political activists to set fire to a charity shop that was allegedly operated as a fascist front.
- Two activists say undercover officer known as Carlo Neri tried to incite them to set fire to charity shop run as front for facism
- Two anti-fascist activists claim the undercover officer – who adopted the fake identity of Carlo Neri to infiltrate leftwing campaign groups for four years – suggested the idea at a New Year’s Eve party they were attending.
- Joe Batty, one of the activists, said Neri had proposed that they go and see the charity shop, which was a few minutes’ walk away in London .
Two activists say undercover officer, known as Carlo Neri, tried to incite them to set fire to charity shop run as a front for facism
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- Maid of Honor Carries Sister’s Dying Dog Down the Aisle
- Latest on Possible Explosive Devices Found in NJ
- Maid of Honor Carries Family’s Dying Dog Down Aisle for Couple
- Charlie Bear, a 15-year old black lab, was adopted by O’Connell in 2002 when she was 19 years old and living in New York.
- The bombing in New York City temporarily closed a subway station while Amtrak delayed service after possible explosive devices were found at a New Jersey train station.
From Yahoo: A maid of honor carried a bride’s beloved dog down the aisle this month when the pup was too weak to meet her and the groom at the end. “Both of us just dropped to our knees and started crying,” bride Katie O’Connell of Denver, Colorado, told ABC News today of her dog, Charlie. Charlie Bear, a 15-year old black lab, was adopted by O’Connell in 2002 when she was 19 years old and living in New York.
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- A fraud-proof system of transacting money is being developed – called Blockchain.
A fraud-proof system of transacting money is being developed – called Blockchain – based on the same technology that underpins Bitcoin.
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- By 2025, Wedbush expects bitcoin to account for 10 percent of the $5.9 trillion online payments market and 20 percent of the $744 billion remittance market.
- Prices surged 80 percent during the last six months and are up 90 percent over the past three.
- Three out of four Americans say they still don’t fully understand the virtual currency known as Bitcoin.
- Bitcoin is trading for about $443, an increase from its $200 level during the beginning of the year.
After more than doubling in 2015, the digital currency is poised to keep climbing, according to its boosters
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- The price of global cryptocurrency bitcoin spiked on Friday as the yuan dipped after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
- The price of global cryptocurrencybitcoin (: BTC=) spiked on Friday as the yuan dipped after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
- The yuan hit a five-and-a-half-year low on Friday, while the price of bitcoin jumped around 8.7 percent from the day’s opening price, hitting highs of around $680.19, according to Coindesk which tracks the price of the cryptocurrency.
- The value of bitcoin continues to be volatile.
- Bitcoin moves are often counter-linked to the yuan because the majority of trade in the cryptocurrency comes from China.
The price of global cryptocurrency bitcoin spiked on Friday as the yuan dipped after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
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- *** the AMPs should have been burnt after the last sale, but were sent to the Intermediary Bounty Wallet by mistake.
- ** Rather than burning the entire half of the Bounty Wallet, we have sent 55,000,000 AMPs to a new, Project 11 wallet.
- AMPs from the Founder Wallet have not been used.
- With each new dApp in the ecosystem, new users will stream into the network, and more uses for AMPs will become available.
- AMPs are bound in multi-sig wallets, with their use having to be authorized by an external trustee.
Up until an hour ago, Synereo LTD and its founders governed $300,000,000 worth of AMPs. But it was never our intention to be the central bank for our information flow currency. Such centralization goes against the very principles Synereo stands for.
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- Minnesota Mall Attacker Referenced Allah Before Stabbing Rampage, Police Chief Says
- In a news conference in front of his father’s house, Gordon choked back tears as he told the media, “This is devastating.
- Despite cloudy, cool summer, Arctic sea ice hits 2nd-lowest level on record
- St. Cloud Police Chief Blair Anderson said during a news conference shortly after midnight that eight people were taken to St. Cloud Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries following the attack first reported about 8:15 p.m. Saturday at the Crossroads Center.
- Eight injured in Minnesota mall stabbing, suspect shot dead
NEW YORK — When two MIT students announced in 2014 that they would give away $500,000 in Bitcoin to undergraduates as a grand experiment of the renegade cryptocurrency, this being MIT, the usual thing happened: a college prankster tried to hack the system and grab all the money. The hacker failed. But
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