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Murder Suspect Posts Frightening Facebook Live Videos While Running From Police

An Oklahoma man who is wanted for murder (and still at large as of today) posted two videos on Facebook Live while on the run from police, according to authorities.

Is This Horrifying YouTube Video Linked To The Disappearance Of A Teenage Girl?

In October 2009, a user named Hi Walter! Its me Patrick! uploaded a video to YouTube called “Hi Walter! I got a new gf today!” In it, a man with glasses faces the camera and talks about meeting a girl at a shopping centre. In the video’s last few seconds, the man promises to introduce the girl. The shot then switches, and he appears in a dark room, where he opens a door to reveal a young woman — bound and screaming on the floor.

Why You Should Follow Your Roommate On Social Media (Hint: Murder)

If you’re not following your roommate on Twitter, stop everything you’re doing and start following them right now. It could save your life.

Rikers Inmate Streams To Facebook Live From Behind Bars: Report

New York’s Rikers Island is, as gaols go, a complete shitshow. In illustration of that fact, a Rikers inmate allegedly smuggled an iPhone into the gaol and streamed his living conditions to Facebook Live on July 22, in a video obtained by PIX 11.

Police Want To 3D Print A Dead Man's Fingers To Unlock His Phone

Asking Apple to help break into an iPhone is so three months ago. Police have a new, and higher-tech idea: 3D print the fingers of a dead man and use those fingerprints to unlock the phone instead.

Kanye West May Have Broken The Law By Recording Phone Call With Taylor Swift

Yesterday, Kim Kardashian released video snippets of Kanye West talking to Taylor Swift on the phone about lyrics in his then upcoming song “Famous”. But because West apparently didn’t inform Swift that he was recording the call, he may have broken US federal wiretapping law.

Teen Playing Pokémon Go Finds Dead Body Instead: Report

For the past few days Pokémon GO has been tricking us into exploring parts of our hometowns we’d never normally go. But for Riverton, Wyoming resident Shayla Wiggins her quest to catch them all resulted in stumbling across a dead guy in a river, County10 reports.

Your Wireless Footprint Can Help Catch Thieves

With billions of wireless devices shipped across the globe every year, it is safe to assume that most of us carry at least one wireless gadget with us much of the time.

Human Body Parts Wash Up Next To Rio's Olympic Beach Volleyball Venue

Amid the killing of its own Olympic mascot, the dysfunctional clean up of its polluted waters, the shutdown of its doping lab, the declaration of a financial emergency, the presence of the Zika virus and various other calamities, Rio’s Olympic ambitions are a disaster. And the latest news out of the city is just as bad: On Wednesday, a collection of body parts was found washed up next to the Games’ beach volleyball venue.

Philly's Beautiful Plan To Fight Crime With Neon Murals

Just the presence of streetlights can deter criminal behaviour. A South Philadelphia neighbourhood is trying something a little more innovative than that — using neon-lit murals to not just brighten the footpath, but also turn the area into a destination.

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