This crypto scam bilked investors out of $11 million — and paid action star Steven Seagal to promote it – MarketWatch

But instead of reaping huge returns, the money was funneled into accounts overseas controlled by Kristijan Krstic, an accused Serbian-Australian huckster living in the Philippines with a history of fraud allegations, federal prosecutors and investigators with the SEC say.      Last week, John DeMarr, a 55-year-old California private investigator who had served as the frontman for…Read More

Video captures brutal daylight beatdown in Seattle amid crime surge. The victim is reportedly still spitting up blood.

Surveillance video captured an assailant viciously attacking and robbing a man in broad daylight in Seattle, Washington, last month as critics argue the city has nowhere near enough police presence to crack down on soaring crime. What happened? The victim, a 22-year-old freelance photographer, was allegedly vacationing in the city when he was beaten unconscious…Read More

Ronald Smith Accuses Tiffany Franco of Cheating with a 90 Day Fiance Cameraman! – The Hollywood Gossip

90 Day Fiance fans are well aware of how messy Tiffany Franco and Ronald Smith can be. Not only do they constantly air dirty laundry on social media, but they swing between together and broken up. That raw chaos is not reserved solely for Instagram; they’re just as disastrous on the show. On the Season…Read More

Reduction in police staffing and how it coincides with crime rates

Seattle mayoral candidate Lance Randall on Thursday raised concern over the lack of support for police officers in the city after almost getting shot while in his bedroom (edited for brevity): “We do have a manpower problem. We’ve lost a lot of police officers and it is having a profound effect on public safety…” A reporter for a national…Read More

CBS News analysis: What drives Republican and Trump voters’ belief in widespread voter fraud? – CBS News

Most Americans don’t think there was widespread fraud in 2020, but ever since Joe Biden won, most Republicans say there was. This is connected to the push for further voting restrictions in some states, where making voting easier is seen as giving Democrats an advantage.  A closer look at why some still endorse the fraud claim…Read More

‘Disgrace to womanhood’ – Reactions as married woman, Tega reveals she bathes in the presence of the male housemates – KFN

Social media users have reacted to BBNaija shine ya eyes housemate, Tega’s revelation that she bathes in the presence of male housemates. According to Tega, during a conversation with her fellow housemates, Cross, Beatrice, she can undress and have her bathe in front of the guys without feeling bothered. KFN recalls that Tega is the…Read More

Gang members outnumber Chicago cops 10 to 1; retirements skyrocket alongside crime

The nation might want to look to the city of Chicago as an example of what to expect when police are not only demonized, but defunded. With police officers finding themselves under the gun as they try to enforce the law, while ensuring that they get to go home to their families at the end…Read More

Here’s what counterfeit scam ads flooding Facebook actually send – ThatsNonsense.com

The number of counterfeit scams using the Facebook Sponsored Ad platform has skyrocketed in 2021. We take a look at many of these scams, see how they’re ripping off not only Facebook users but also online content creators, and see what people can expect to get if they buy from these ads. Online counterfeit websites…Read More

Wayne Couzens pleads guilty to murdering Sarah Everard | Crime | The Guardian

A serving police officer has admitted murdering Sarah Everard after abducting her from the street as she walked home in south London. The Metropolitan police constable Wayne Couzens pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey on Friday to her murder, having admitted to her kidnap and rape at an earlier hearing. Everard, a 33-year-old marketing executive,…Read More

SEC accuses mother-son team of hyping phony stock-picking supercomputers — named ‘Orwell’ and ‘Tesla’ — in alleged investment scam – MarketWatch

The Securities and Exchange Commission has moved to shut down what it says is a Ponzi scheme run by a mother and son team who allegedly walked off with more than $12 million after selling investors on the idea that they had developed a fool-proof, stock-picking supercomputer.    Joy Kovar, 86, and her son Brent Kovar,…Read More