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19 hrs ago | via Patch.com
More than three decades after one of Pleasanton's most notorious murders, a book detailing the harrowing story of the 14-year-old girl brutally stabbed 44 times while walking home to school will soon be released. Pleasanton native Josh Suchon tells the story of Tina Faelz' grisly murder in 1984 and how DNA evidence eventually lead to Steven Carlson's arrest in 2011 and conviction in 2014. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 25 | via Daily Kos
In February 2010, at the time of the surge in Helmand, a U.S. Special Forces detachment in Uruzgan called in airstrikes on three minibuses carrying unarmed civilians, killing some 21 people. General Stanley McCrystal went on Afghan television to apologize for the killing of civilians, promising "a thorough investigation to prevent this from happening again". Comment?
Tuesday Aug 25 | via AmmoLand
C&H Precision Weapons, manufacturers of the highest-quality custom-built precision rifles, have announced they have expanded their operations to include custom grip, slide and barrel machining work through the recent addition of their newest machinists, Chris Heinkel and Fierr 'Kazz' Castaneda. Specializing in slide, barrel and grip modifications, Heinkel and Castaneda bring over six years of experience in machining to the company. Comment?
Saturday Aug 8 | via The Star Press
Slain baby's dad says he 'freaked out' A man held in the death of his infant son says he "freaked out" after dropping the baby. Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/1NhOreB After giving police "multiple versions" of the events that led to his 5-month-old son's death, Cory Wallace on Friday finally admitted he had caused the infant's fatal head injuries, according to an affidavit. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 4 | via AmmoLand
Marine leaders have made the momentous recommendation to ditch the iconic M16 in favor of the M4 carbine as the new universal weapon for infantrymen. The recommendation to swap the venerated rifle that has served as the grunt's primary implement of war since Vietnam now sits on the commandant's desk, pending his final review and a decision. Comment?
Aug 1, 2015 | via Silicon Alley Insider
QUANTICO, Virginia-More than 30 years ago, the Federal Bureau of Investigation launched a revolutionary computer system in a bomb shelter two floors beneath the cafeteria of its national academy. Dubbed the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program, or ViCAP, it was a database designed to help catch the nation's most violent offenders by linking together unsolved crimes. Comment?
Jul 30, 2015 | via Boca News Now
Boca Raton Police are investigating vandalism to the golf course that left a whopping $2500 in damage to the greens. What happened? It appears - and this is preliminary - but it appears someone drove a vehicle onto the 13th fairway. Comment?
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