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Miami: Naked Man Chokes Rottweiler, Attacks Homeowner and Bites Him

In News, USA, Viral Videos on January 3, 2013 at 6:40 AM


A naked intruder who was trying to choke a pet Rottweiler was shot by a homeowner in Miami Wednesday morning, police said.


The bizarre incident happened around 5 a.m. in the area of Northwest 2nd Avenue and 56th Street when the occupants of the home were awoken when they heard a commotion and dogs barking.

When the homeowner went to check out the noise, he confronted the suspect, who was completely naked and trying to choke one of the dogs, police said.

“He comes out and spots a person who is not only fighting with this dog but is naked fighting with this dog,” Miami Police spokesman Det. Willie Moreno said.

The homeowner opened fire twice, hitting the suspect in the leg once. The homeowner held the man until the police arrived.

The intruder was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center where his condition was unknown. Police said he tried to bite the homeowners and police and workers at the hospital, and may be under the influence of drugs.

“For right now it does appear to be a justified shooting,” Moreno said. “This individual was acting irrational, fighting with the dog, and not only that, but at the point that the homeowner attempted to get this individual’s attention, he immediately jumped onto the owner and started fighting with him.”

Police said the suspect, who refused to give his identity, will be charged with burglary of an occupied dwelling with assault, animal cruelty, resisting arrest with violence and lewd and lascivious behavior.

Anyone who recognizes him is asked to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.


OpWCIT: Anonymous Attacks ITU Website

In Anonymous, Big Brother, News, NWO, OpWCIT, Other Leaks, Police State, Science & Technology, World Revolution on December 10, 2012 at 9:11 PM



The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the UN body that has played a standards-setting role for global telecommunication networks over the decades, Wednesday night suffered a website attack that severely disrupted a conference to discuss its Internet influence.

The ITU is holding the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) in Dubai from Dec. 3-15 on the topic of the Internet, and in so doing, has garnered criticism in some quarters that it might be making some kind of power grab to try and control Internet regulation. Among the critics has been the hacktivist group Anonymous, which this week issued a call to its adherents to launch an online attack on the ITU, an action that succeeded in some part.

ITU VS. IETF: Internet standards face-off 

BACKGROUND: ITU goes on the defensive ahead of WCIT meeting

ITU Thursday said last night’s “network outage” at one ITU website “blocked civil society, media and other interested parties from following the proceedings, and prevented access to the wealth of online information on the ITU’s WCIT home page and Newsroom. Some delegates were frustrated at being unable to access some of the online working documents that were being considered at the meeting. However a spirit of camaraderie prevailed, with those who had access to up-to-date versions of the texts willing to share with other delegates in order to keep discussions moving forward.” The ITU noted “some hacker groups are claiming responsibility.”

When Network World yesterday inquired of the group Anonymous why it bears resentment toward the ITU, the response from Anonymous was, “While we feel most of the controversial proposals at this year’s WCIT stand little chance of passing, we feel that the ITU is extremely non-transparent and un-democratic.” The group also indicated its effort against the ITU is being largely driven out of Anonymous Germany.

To be sure, the ITU’s moves toward exerting influence over the Internet have raised hackles among many, including the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT), which last month expressed deep concern about the ITU approving a standard for deep-packet inspection.

The CDT said the adoption of the standard called “Requirements for Deep Packet Inspection in Next Generation Networks” or “Y.2770″ that was approved at last month’s World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly, is potentially an “invasive technology.”

That’s because it could lead to inspection of encrypted traffic, and the CDT’s concerns are also backed by European digital rights group EDRi. In addition, several members of the European Parliament have been recently heard issuing public pleas to stop the ITU from “taking over the Internet.”

In terms of the network attack it endured from Anonymous yesterday, the ITU said as a “contingency measure, network traffic was redirected to a backup website hosted in another geographical region” that resulted in “performance degradation” that lasted for about two hours.

#OpIsrael: TANGO DOWN – 9000+ Israeli Gov. Websites Attacked Over 44 Million Times in 4 Days

In Anonymous, Israhell, News, NWO, OpIsrael, Palestine, World Revolution, Zionism on November 22, 2012 at 12:41 AM


Anonymous has launched a massive attack named #OpIsrael, protesting against Israel’s Operation Pillar of Defense in Gaza.

@YourAnonNews tweeted 9000+ Israeli government websites have been taken down or defaced.

­Over the past four days, Israel has “deflected 44 million cyber-attacks on government websites,” Israeli Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz told AP. “This is an unprecedented attack,” he said.

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