The Daily Populous

Tuesday August 8th, 2023 day edition

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Huber, who was being sought in relation to distribution of child sexual abuse material, shot himself.

In the aftermath, the FBI began an operation to identify the users of a peer-to-peer platform that was allegedly used by paedophiles to share images on the dark web.

Globally, 79 people have now been arrested for their alleged involvement in the online network, based on more than 211 international “lead packages” the FBI intelligence shared with local law enforcement agencies.

Commander Helen Schneider from the AFP estimated that some alleged offenders had “potentially been committing offences over 10 years”.

The AFP said most of the alleged Australian offenders “were employed in occupations that required a high degree of ICT knowledge”.

“It will be alleged some of the children removed had been directly abused, others were removed as a child safety precaution.”.

Alleged offenders were arrested in Queensland, NSW, South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia and the ACT. »

Appeals court upholds Josh Duggar’s conviction for downloading child sex abuse images

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(AP) — A federal appeals court on Monday upheld Josh Duggar’s conviction for downloading child sexual abuse images, rejecting the former reality television star’s argument that a judge should have suppressed statements he made to investigators during the search that found the images.

Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the appeal by Duggar, whose large family was the focus of TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting.”

Federal authorities investigated Duggar after Little Rock police detective found child sexual abuse material was being shared by a computer traced to Duggar. »

New S.C. law lets students to bring sunscreen to school without a doctor’s note

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A state law that was in effect until just this summer prohibited sunscreen from being slipped into backpacks without proper documentation.

But a new state law, enacted in May, makes it clear: “Public schools shall not prohibit the possession or personal use of sunscreen.”.

“As a classroom teacher, I have high school students that are applying lotions at all manner of the day. »

Donald Trump’s Lawyer Can’t Stop Going on TV and Making Donald Trump Look Ridiculously Guilty of the Crimes He’s Been Accused Of

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They are, in fact, deeply serious and, as a result, could lead to Trump being sentenced to many years in prison.

Trump’s very own defense attorney going on TV and making his client look guilty as fuck—on multiple occasions!.

There are people in jail for several years for counterfeiting one vote, if they try to vote illegally once. »