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Friday August 12nd, 2022 night edition

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The man fled the break-in attempt, leading law enforcement on a chase, at the end of which he fired at officers.

Violence and threats against law enforcement, including the FBI, are dangerous and should be deeply concerning to all Americans.

Before the standoff, the armed suspect tried to breach the FBI’s Visitor Screening Facility at its headquarters in Sycamore Township around 9:15 a.m., the bureau said.

An alarm went off, prompting armed FBI agents to respond, and the suspect fled onto northbound I-71, the FBI said in a tweet.

OSHP and other law enforcement jurisdictions tried to negotiate with the suspect for hours to bring about a peaceful end, but negotiations failed.

People in that area are being told to lock their doors and remain inside, according to Clinton County Emergency Management Agency.

“Violence against law enforcement is not the answer, no matter who you’re upset with,” FBI Director Wray said Wednesday in Omaha. »

After ‘Thor’ and ‘Lightyear,’ Malaysia Government Commits to Banning More LGBT Films

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“[The movie] touched on LGBT but we see right now there are many films with LGBT elements that slip past the censorship.”.

Zahidi said the government was always monitoring films and social media platforms for LGBT content and “would take severe action against individuals found promoting such elements.”.

Malaysia has previously acted to prevent the screening of films including “Rocketman,” and a book titled “Gay Is O.K.! »

OnlyFans ‘bribed’ Meta employees to put pornstars on terror watchlist, lawsuit claims

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More than 20,000 adult content creators on OnlyFans were allegedly placed on an international terrorist database following bribes paid to employees at Meta, a lawsuit has claimed.

Accounts banned on one Meta platform are typically “shadowbanned” on other Meta platforms - leading to a total blackout and users unable to advertise their content.

Social media users who only shared their content on OnlyFans were not removed or banned by Meta, reports said. »

Microsoft claims it ‘simply wouldn’t be profitable’ to make Call of Duty Xbox exclusive

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Microsoft has reiterated its claim that it doesn’t have plans to make Call of Duty an Xbox exclusive should it successfully acquire Activision Blizzard.

“As if that weren’t enough, exclusivity strategies still result in title-specific costs,” it claims, giving further information that has been redacted from the document, likely due to confidentiality.

Call of Duty isn’t so much a reason to buy an Xbox console, but a reason to subscribe to the Game Pass subscription service,” he wrote. »

Sen. Lindsey Graham a no-show at scheduled Fulton County court appearance

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ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46/AP) - U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham did not show up to his scheduled appearance on Wednesday at the Fulton County courthouse.

Graham said previously that he would fight a subpoena and he still has the ability to do so if he so chooses.

Graham was ordered to testify before the Special Purpose Grand Jury on Aug. 2. »