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Gregory Lee Leingang, a North Dakota mechanic, entered a guilty plea in federal court in relation to what the government charged was a plot to kill the president.

“A North Dakota mechanic has entered a guilty plea in federal court in relation to what the government charged was a fantastic plot to kill the president” writes Aol Staff for aol.com. Because of the “substantial sentence” Leingang is already serving, Sasse Russell said she would consider recommending Leingang’s federal sentence run concurrent to the time he’s already serving. Source: aol.com Share This:

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Bizarre details of his alleged plan

“A North Dakota mechanic has entered a guilty plea in federal court in relation to what the government charged was a fantastic plot to kill the president” writes Aol Staff for aol.com. Because of the “substantial sentence” Leingang is already serving, Sasse Russell said she would consider recommending Leingang’s federal sentence run concurrent to the time he’s already serving. Source: aol.com Share This:

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Gregory Lee Leingang entered a presidential motorcade route with the trailer loader, authorities said.

“A North Dakota mechanic has entered a guilty plea in federal court in relation to what the government charged was a fantastic plot to kill the president” writes David Lohr for huffingtonpost.com. Because of the “substantial sentence” Leingang is already serving, Sasse Russell said she would consider recommending Leingang’s federal sentence run concurrent to the time he’s already serving.According to federal authorities, Gregory Lee Leingang, 42, of Bismarck, stole a forklift and entered a presidential motorcade route on Sept. 6, 2017, before Donald Trump arrived to give a tax reform…

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We’re already getting an indication that Verizon 5G is stealing customers from its competitors

“Fixed wireless broadband offering may be a potential way for telco’s to fight back against cable companies which increasingly steal broadband customers away” reports businessinsider.com. Verizon has promised that 5G Home customers should expect typical speeds of about 300 Mbps, with peak speeds of 1 Gbps. Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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Thanksgiving Day deals could be stealing Black Friday’s thunder

“Shoppers pulled out their phones and shopped on Thanksgiving Day to spend more than they ever have before on Turkey Day, potentially stealing some of Black Friday’s thunder” writes unknown author for cnbc.com. Adobe said online sales on Thanksgiving Day are expected to hit a record $3.7 billion.The company launched its online deals Wednesday evening at 10 p.m., two hours earlier than in 2017.With so many deals taking place earlier in the week, Black Friday could be losing some of its luster. Source: cnbc.com Share This:

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Stolen Bitcoin Worth $80K Leads to 11 Arrests in Turkey

“Case in point is that police in Turkey have arrested 11 people for stealing over $80,000 in Bitcoin” writes Jeffrey Francis for livebitcoinnews.com. Turkish police have taken 11 people into custody for allegedly stealing over $80,000 in Bitcoin via hacking.According to the victims, their user emails, passwords, and cryptocurrency wallets were compromised, allowing the criminals to pilfer the bitcoins. Source: livebitcoinnews.com Share This:

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Bitcoin Thief! Winklevoss Twins Sue Charlie Shrem for Allegedly Stealing 5000 BTC

“Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss of the Gemini Exchange in New York are suing early bitcoin investor Charlie Shrem for allegedly stealing roughly 5,000 BTC. Shrem left prison in 2016 after a year-long sentence for allegedly helping people illegally purchase drugs online” writes Nick Marinoff for livebitcoinnews.com. The Winklevoss twins suspect that Shrem has been spending bitcoins that he owed them over the past six years, which at press time, would amount to a total of almost $32 million. Source: livebitcoinnews.com Share This:

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Winklevoss twins accuse Shrem of stealing Bitcoin worth $32m

“For a man who has just served time in prison for money laundering, the excesses and fortunes fail to compute” writes Hasan Chowdhury for telegraph.co.uk. Though the early Bitcoin advocate came clean in the Silk Road affair – pleading guilty to aiding and abetting an unlicensed money transmitting business – he plans to stand his ground in this case. Source: telegraph.co.uk Share This:

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Chinese chip firm Fujian Jinhua denies stealing IP from Micron

“Micron regards the development of Fujian Jinhua as a threat and adopts various means to hamper and destroy the development of Fujian Jinhua,” the statement said” writes Midwest Communications Inc for 95kqds.com. “Behaviour to steal another firm’s technology does not exist,” Fujian Jinhua said in a statement posted on its official website. Source: 95kqds.com Share This:

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