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LOS ANGELES — The man accused of making a hoax 911 call that led to a fatal police shooting in Kansas last week previously made as many as 20 similar calls and was sentenced in 2016 for making false bomb reports involving two Los Angeles-area schools and a television station, authorities said Tuesday.

Tyler Raj Barriss, 25, was scheduled to appear in a Los Angeles courtroom on Wednesday on a request to extradite him to Kansas, where police in Wichita responding to a hoax call on Thursday shot and killed Andrew Finch, 28 .

Police said Finch was an innocent victim of a harassment tactic called "swatting," in which someone deceives authorities into sending SWAT officers or other emergency services to another person's address.

Law enforcement sources told NBC News that Barriss made the false report after he got into a dispute in connection with online gaming. He gave authorities the address where he believed that person lived, but it was an address for Finch, who wasn't involved in the dispute, the sources said.

In 2015, California authorities pursued Barriss for similar activities. The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office handled two cases that year of bomb threats involving Barriss, a spokesman for the agency told NBC News on Tuesday.

The cases involved four separate threats — two against KABC-TV and one each against an elementary school in Los Angeles and a middle school in Granada Hills, near Los Angeles, the spokesman said.

If so, here is a serious diversion, an update to my WND piece from January 2016 – “The 3 time-bomb issues candidates ignore.”

Discussed then were undeniable dangers posed by infrastructure cyber-attacks, U.S. government’s unfunded liabilities and apocalyptic Islam. In the piece I warned, “All three are currently careening out of control with the potential to negatively impact, dramatically alter, or create tremendous chaos throughout our civil society.”

Sadly, 15 months later and under a new president, these three threats are still growing more dangerous by the day, while two of the three are not receiving the attention they deserve by the media and national leaders in general.

On April 21, three power outages occurred in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles, causing commuter chaos and shock waves. “No evidence events connected by anything more than coincidence” read the subhead here on WND. But, surely that “coincidence” is being investigated as to whether the outages were a “practice session” for a full-scale coordinated cyber-attack.

Just how vulnerable to cyber-attack is our critical infrastructure? In my January 2016 piece, I quoted then U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper who warned about “a massive Armageddon-like-scale attack against our infrastructure.” Also quoted and voicing his concern about a cyber-attack was FBI Director James Comey, who said, “The logic of it tells me it is coming, and so, of course, I am worried about it.”

More revealing is what Richard H. Ledgett Jr., deputy director of the National Security Agency said in a speech to the Joint Service Academy Cyber Security Summit at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, on April 20, 2016.

История игрушек (1995)
# 94 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Emily Blunt »
# 118 on STARmeter

Title: Доктор Стрейнджлав, или Как я научился не волноваться и полюбил атомную бомбу (1964)

Humanity finds a mysterious, obviously artificial object buried beneath the Lunar surface and, with the intelligent computer H.A.L. 9000, sets off on a quest.

A pragmatic U.S. Marine observes the dehumanizing effects the Vietnam War has on his fellow recruits from their brutal boot camp training to the bloody street fighting in Hue.

In the future, a sadistic gang leader is imprisoned and volunteers for a conduct-aversion experiment, but it doesn't go as planned.

LOS ANGELES — The man accused of making a hoax 911 call that led to a fatal police shooting in Kansas last week previously made as many as 20 similar calls and was sentenced in 2016 for making false bomb reports involving two Los Angeles-area schools and a television station, authorities said Tuesday.

Tyler Raj Barriss, 25, was scheduled to appear in a Los Angeles courtroom on Wednesday on a request to extradite him to Kansas, where police in Wichita responding to a hoax call on Thursday shot and killed Andrew Finch, 28 .

Police said Finch was an innocent victim of a harassment tactic called "swatting," in which someone deceives authorities into sending SWAT officers or other emergency services to another person's address.

Law enforcement sources told NBC News that Barriss made the false report after he got into a dispute in connection with online gaming. He gave authorities the address where he believed that person lived, but it was an address for Finch, who wasn't involved in the dispute, the sources said.

In 2015, California authorities pursued Barriss for similar activities. The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office handled two cases that year of bomb threats involving Barriss, a spokesman for the agency told NBC News on Tuesday.

The cases involved four separate threats — two against KABC-TV and one each against an elementary school in Los Angeles and a middle school in Granada Hills, near Los Angeles, the spokesman said.

LOS ANGELES — The man accused of making a hoax 911 call that led to a fatal police shooting in Kansas last week previously made as many as 20 similar calls and was sentenced in 2016 for making false bomb reports involving two Los Angeles-area schools and a television station, authorities said Tuesday.

Tyler Raj Barriss, 25, was scheduled to appear in a Los Angeles courtroom on Wednesday on a request to extradite him to Kansas, where police in Wichita responding to a hoax call on Thursday shot and killed Andrew Finch, 28 .

Police said Finch was an innocent victim of a harassment tactic called "swatting," in which someone deceives authorities into sending SWAT officers or other emergency services to another person's address.

Law enforcement sources told NBC News that Barriss made the false report after he got into a dispute in connection with online gaming. He gave authorities the address where he believed that person lived, but it was an address for Finch, who wasn't involved in the dispute, the sources said.

In 2015, California authorities pursued Barriss for similar activities. The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office handled two cases that year of bomb threats involving Barriss, a spokesman for the agency told NBC News on Tuesday.

The cases involved four separate threats — two against KABC-TV and one each against an elementary school in Los Angeles and a middle school in Granada Hills, near Los Angeles, the spokesman said.

If so, here is a serious diversion, an update to my WND piece from January 2016 – “The 3 time-bomb issues candidates ignore.”

Discussed then were undeniable dangers posed by infrastructure cyber-attacks, U.S. government’s unfunded liabilities and apocalyptic Islam. In the piece I warned, “All three are currently careening out of control with the potential to negatively impact, dramatically alter, or create tremendous chaos throughout our civil society.”

Sadly, 15 months later and under a new president, these three threats are still growing more dangerous by the day, while two of the three are not receiving the attention they deserve by the media and national leaders in general.

On April 21, three power outages occurred in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles, causing commuter chaos and shock waves. “No evidence events connected by anything more than coincidence” read the subhead here on WND. But, surely that “coincidence” is being investigated as to whether the outages were a “practice session” for a full-scale coordinated cyber-attack.

Just how vulnerable to cyber-attack is our critical infrastructure? In my January 2016 piece, I quoted then U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper who warned about “a massive Armageddon-like-scale attack against our infrastructure.” Also quoted and voicing his concern about a cyber-attack was FBI Director James Comey, who said, “The logic of it tells me it is coming, and so, of course, I am worried about it.”

More revealing is what Richard H. Ledgett Jr., deputy director of the National Security Agency said in a speech to the Joint Service Academy Cyber Security Summit at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, on April 20, 2016.

История игрушек (1995)
# 94 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Emily Blunt »
# 118 on STARmeter

Title: Доктор Стрейнджлав, или Как я научился не волноваться и полюбил атомную бомбу (1964)

Humanity finds a mysterious, obviously artificial object buried beneath the Lunar surface and, with the intelligent computer H.A.L. 9000, sets off on a quest.

A pragmatic U.S. Marine observes the dehumanizing effects the Vietnam War has on his fellow recruits from their brutal boot camp training to the bloody street fighting in Hue.

In the future, a sadistic gang leader is imprisoned and volunteers for a conduct-aversion experiment, but it doesn't go as planned.

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LOS ANGELES — The man accused of making a hoax 911 call that led to a fatal police shooting in Kansas last week previously made as many as 20 similar calls and was sentenced in 2016 for making false bomb reports involving two Los Angeles-area schools and a television station, authorities said Tuesday.

Tyler Raj Barriss, 25, was scheduled to appear in a Los Angeles courtroom on Wednesday on a request to extradite him to Kansas, where police in Wichita responding to a hoax call on Thursday shot and killed Andrew Finch, 28 .

Police said Finch was an innocent victim of a harassment tactic called "swatting," in which someone deceives authorities into sending SWAT officers or other emergency services to another person's address.

Law enforcement sources told NBC News that Barriss made the false report after he got into a dispute in connection with online gaming. He gave authorities the address where he believed that person lived, but it was an address for Finch, who wasn't involved in the dispute, the sources said.

In 2015, California authorities pursued Barriss for similar activities. The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office handled two cases that year of bomb threats involving Barriss, a spokesman for the agency told NBC News on Tuesday.

The cases involved four separate threats — two against KABC-TV and one each against an elementary school in Los Angeles and a middle school in Granada Hills, near Los Angeles, the spokesman said.

If so, here is a serious diversion, an update to my WND piece from January 2016 – “The 3 time-bomb issues candidates ignore.”

Discussed then were undeniable dangers posed by infrastructure cyber-attacks, U.S. government’s unfunded liabilities and apocalyptic Islam. In the piece I warned, “All three are currently careening out of control with the potential to negatively impact, dramatically alter, or create tremendous chaos throughout our civil society.”

Sadly, 15 months later and under a new president, these three threats are still growing more dangerous by the day, while two of the three are not receiving the attention they deserve by the media and national leaders in general.

On April 21, three power outages occurred in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles, causing commuter chaos and shock waves. “No evidence events connected by anything more than coincidence” read the subhead here on WND. But, surely that “coincidence” is being investigated as to whether the outages were a “practice session” for a full-scale coordinated cyber-attack.

Just how vulnerable to cyber-attack is our critical infrastructure? In my January 2016 piece, I quoted then U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper who warned about “a massive Armageddon-like-scale attack against our infrastructure.” Also quoted and voicing his concern about a cyber-attack was FBI Director James Comey, who said, “The logic of it tells me it is coming, and so, of course, I am worried about it.”

More revealing is what Richard H. Ledgett Jr., deputy director of the National Security Agency said in a speech to the Joint Service Academy Cyber Security Summit at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, on April 20, 2016.


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    LOS ANGELES — The man accused of making a hoax 911 call that led to a fatal police shooting in Kansas last week previously made as many as 20 similar calls and was sentenced in 2016 for making false bomb reports involving two Los Angeles-area schools and
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