Wednesday, July 20, 2011

A teenager has been arrested for killing his parents at home

A 17-year-old is accused of killing his parents with a hammer and then call home to dozens of friends to a party while the parents' bodies lying in the bedroom, police said on Monday in Port Saint Lucie (Florida). Tyler Hadley is charged with two counts of first degree murder, a fact that would have happened on Saturday, officials said.

The young man held without bail at a juvenile detention center. The parents, Blake and Mary-Jo Hadley, believed to have been beaten with a hammer on their heads and torsos sometime after your child invite their friends to a "mega party" that night at his home around 1 : 15 pm Saturday. Researchers believe that the parents objected to the party, and the young man then attacked them, hid the bodies in the master bedroom just before the festivities begin.

Anonymous: arrested sixteen hackers

At least 16 alleged hackers, members of the network likely Anonymous, had been arrested by the FBI in the United States and Europe. The arrests are the result of investigations carried out raids in recent days by the hacker group in support of the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange.

Under investigation there are the violations of Apple's servers, and financial groups, including MasterCard and Visa, and PayPal online payment system. The arrests were made in California, Florida, New Jersey. Five others were arrested in Britain and the Netherlands. Previously, investigators had carried out searches in New York and Long Island, seizing documents and computers.

Israel stopped the ship that could come out from Greece to Gaza

No incidents or clashes, the Israeli Navy intercepted the French ship-Al Karama Dignité with 16 people on board (pro-Palestinian activists, crew and journalists) who wanted to reach the Gaza Strip. From ten o'clock, the Israeli navy had contact with the captain of the vessel to that required in English and French do not go towards Gaza.

"They will enter an area declared a naval blockade governed according to international law," the soldiers told him. Before the command Shayetet 13 get in the boat about 60-70 miles off the coast of Gaza, the army added: "We have reminded them that any supply they can do legally by land and can move to the Israeli port of Ashdod or Egyptian ports.

Iran announces the installation of new centrifuges to enrich uranium

Iran announced today that the new generation of centrifuges to enrich uranium to 20 percent have begun to be placed on the country's nuclear facilities. In his regular press conference on Tuesday, the spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Ramin Mehmanparast, said that "the installation of new centrifuges, advances in the field of peaceful nuclear activities of the country are made more quickly and better quality.

Murdoch denies any guilt

The US-Australian media magnate Rupert Murdoch has apologized to the victims of the eavesdropping scandal in Great Britain. But he himself will not accept any responsibility for it. "That to me is the day the greatest humility," Murdoch said on Tuesday during a hearing held by the Culture Committee of the British Parliament.

Ten PR British police worked for Murdoch

The head of the outgoing Metropolitan Police, Sir Paul Stephenson said Tuesday that 10 members of staff of the Directorate of Public Affairs (DPA) British police had worked for the ill-fated News of the World. Stephenson said that a former employee of the newspaper Murdoch and scholars representing nearly a quarter of the staff of that address, which consists of a total of 45 employees.

He said that his statement of resignation was not an attack on Prime Minister David Cameron, for his handling of the scandal tracks. "Of course it was not my intention to attack the prime minister and say that you can not trust him," Stephenson said before the parliamentary committee investigating the crisis engulfing News Corporation, owned by Rupert Murdoch, and the relationship of empire means the Australian and British police.