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Boy, 14, planned 'Columbine-style' attack...

A 14-year-old boy amassed a bedroom arsenal of weapons including an assault rifle and hand grenades for a planned "Columbine-style" attack on his school, police said yesterday.

A day after another 14-year-old killed himself after shooting four people at a school in Cleveland, Ohio, authorities in Pennsylvania said they may have foiled a similar attack on Plymouth Whitemarsh High School in Montgomery County.

Acting on a tip from another pupil, police seized the assault rifle, three grenades, several dozen air guns, a bomb-making book and explosive black powder, videos of the 1999 Columbine attack and violence-filled notebooks from the boy's home.

Prosecutors are considering charging the boy's mother following reports that she bought the 9mm assault rifle for her son at a gun show a few weeks ago.

In both the Cleveland and Pennsylvania cases, it appears that both boys were motivated by being bullied at school.

Police said the boy had been attempting to reactivate the grenades and had no ammunition for the assault rifle.

Bruce Castor, the Montgomery County district attorney, said: "I do not think an attack was imminent and I am not certain that an attack was going to occur at all."

"It could have simply been big talking by a kid who thought that he was bullied previously and he was going to exact his revenge."

Evan Ramsey, who was convicted of killing two people in an Alaskan school shooting in 1997, told CNN yesterday that he blamed violent video games.

He claimed he lost grip on reality after playing such games, thinking that people would get up again when he shot them.

In the 1999 Columbine High School massacre, two Colorado pupils killed 12 students and a teacher before committing suicide.


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OJ's 'not guilty' to gun raid

The US football star-turned-actor is accused of leading five men in a raid on two memorabilia collectors in Las Vegas.

The Naked Gun star, 60, said he was only taking back his things. But one of the victims called it a "military-style invasion".

Two co-defendants also deny the charges but three others made a plea bargain, claiming Simpson asked them to bring guns and "look menacing".

The collectors were selling more than 600 OJ items, including ties he wore at his 1994 murder trial. He was acquitted of killing ex-wife Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman.

Simpson will stand trial in April. He could be jailed for life if found guilty.


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$1million lottery winner may have to return winnings... because he's banned from gambling...

Elliott pictured with the first of his $50,000 annuity cheques before he was rumbled...

Timothy Elliott has got to be the world's unluckiest lottery winner.

He thought he was set for life when he hit the million-dollar jackpot he entered in America.

But now the convicted bank robber is being hauled back to court to answer charges that he violated his probation by buying a lottery ticket.

The 55-year-old from Hyannis, Massachusetts, had been placed on five years' probation for attempting to rob a bank and was banned from gambling, after the court heard he had a serious gambling problem.

But Elliott later spent $10 on a ticket for the $800million Spectacular at a supermarket in Hyannis.

He was stunned to discover he won $1million (£500,000) and contacted organisers to claim his prize.

Elliott had already collected the first of his 20 annual $50,000 cheques and was pictured in his local paper when he was rumbled.

Court officials received an anonymous tip about his jackpot win and he was hauled in for questioning.

Elliott had tried to hold up a bank in Cape Cod, Massachusetts in January last year.He pleaded guilty to robbery without violence or a weapon.

He was ordered to undergo psychiatric evaluation and to give up gambling by the judge.

Part of his probation terms said he was not to "gamble, purchase lottery tickets, or visit establishments where gaming is conducted."

He had previously served two-and-a-half years in jail after a 2001 robbery.

The state probation commissioner's office has scheduled a hearing for December 7 in Barnstable Superior Court in Massachusetts to determine whether he violated his probation by buying the ticket.

The court will decide if he should be sent to jail and also what should happen to his winnings.

"This has not happened before, as far as we know," said lottery spokesman Dan Rosenfeld.

"It's kind of new territory."

Edina Russ, the shop owner who sold Elliot the winning ticket, said: "Whatever he had done in the past has nothing to do with his life today. He didn't steal that ticket. That's his money."


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Sad, hope he gets his money,it was his money he bought it with

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Edina Russ, the shop owner who sold Elliot the winning ticket, said: "Whatever he had done in the past has nothing to do with his life today. He didn't steal that ticket. That's his money."


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Kiefer Sutherland begins 48-day jail sentence...

Kiefer Sutherland, the star of hit show 24, surrendered to jail yesterday to begin a 48-day sentence for his drink-driving arrest.

Sutherland will serve the 48 days consecutively rather than in two separate stints as had been previously planned in order to prevent a conflict with the production schedule of the Fox network show.

Fox announced last month it was suspending production on the series due to the screenwriters' strike, so there was no longer any need for Sutherland to break up his jail term into two parts.

 

Behind bars: Kiefer Sutherland's mug shot after surrending to jail yesterday

Sutherland, who turns 41 later this month, was arrested in September while still on probation for a 2004 drunken driving offense.

In October, he pleaded no contest - the equivalent of a guilty plea - to a single count of driving with a blood alcohol level above the legal limit.

Prosecutors agreed then to recommend he serve 30 days for the new offense plus 18 days for violating his probation in the 2004 case.

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Stuart Rice endorsed the plea deal and the sentence during a brief hearing attended by the actor on Wednesday.

 

Hardman: the Emmy awardwinning actor in his hit series 24

The judge gave Sutherland until March 30 to complete his jail term.

But Sutherland's lawyer, Blair Berk, told Reuters the performer decided to turn himself in on Wednesday evening to begin serving his sentence immediately.

The celebrity Web site TMZ.com later reported the actor was being booked.

In addition, Sutherland was placed on five years' probation and fined $510, according to Assistant City Attorney Dan Jeffries, who said the actor also was ordered to enroll in an 18-month alcohol education-treatment program and to attend six months of weekly alcohol counseling sessions.

The Canadian performer, the son of screen star Donald Sutherland, won an Emmy Award last year for his role as the terrorist-fighting agent Jack Bauer on "24." The show averaged 13.5 million US viewers last season.


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A former CIA agent has said he believes the agency is justified in using methods that may amount to torture in order to extract crucial information from terror suspects...

 
CIA chief grilled over destroyed 'torture tapes'
The CIA chief has denied torture practices...

In the first detailed account by a CIA operative of the controversial interrogation technique known as "waterboarding", John Kiriakou said a suspected al-Qa'eda lieutenant called Abu Zubaydah had responded "like flipping a switch".

The information Zubaydah gave after 35 seconds of waterboarding probably disrupted "dozens" of planned attacks, Mr Kiriakou said.

"Like a lot of Americans, I'm involved in this internal, intellectual battle with myself, weighing the idea that waterboarding may be torture versus the quality of information that we often get after using the technique," Mr Kiriakou, told ABC News.

He added: "What happens if we don't waterboard a person and we don't get that nugget of information and there's an attack? I would have trouble forgiving myself. At the time, I felt that waterboarding was something that we needed to do."

The controversial technique involves restraining a prisoner on an inclined board with the subject's head positioned lower than his feet. Water is then poured on his face, triggering a gag reflex and choking the subject. In some cases, the subject's head may be submerged under water.

Mr Kiriakou, who now works in the private sector, came forward as the CIA faced sharp criticism for destroying a videotape of Zubaydah's interrogation, along with another showing the interrogation of a second suspected al-Qa'eda member.

Critics have charged that the agency destroyed the tapes to hide evidence of illegal torture.

Zubaydah's captors strapped him to a board, wrapped his nose and mouth in cling film, and poured water on his face, to simulate drowning.

Mr Kiriakou was a leading member of the team questioning Zubaydah in Pakistan in 2002 but he said he did not take part in the waterboarding.

The CIA's director, Michael Hayden, who was not leading the agency when the tapes were destroyed, was today questioned by the Senate intelligence committee after claiming that the CIA destroyed tapes of the interrogation to protect the identity of the CIA agents.

Human rights organisations have expressed scepticism over Mr Hayden's insistence that no torture was used in the interrogation of the suspects.

"Millions of documents in CIA archives, if leaked, would identify CIA officers," Tom Malinowski, the Washington director of Human Rights Watch, said.

"The only difference here is that these tapes portray potentially criminal activity.

"They must have understood that if people saw these tapes, they would consider them to show acts of torture, which is a felony offence."

The issue raises difficult questions for the Bush administration, which has faced international criticism for its treatment of terror suspects and now faces charges from Democrats and human rights groups that it tried to cover up past abuse.


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The FBI is to set up a massive computer file listing the details of millions of Americans to identify terrorists. The billion-dollar database will include palm prints, eye scans, scars and even tattoos.

Fbi biometric chief, Kimberly Del Greco, said: "It is important to protect the borders to keep terrorists out and protect our citizens."

But US civil liberties groups blasted the 10-year plan as "spying". The FBI already has 55 million sets of fingerprints on file.


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80 Mafia suspects arrested in raids...


More than 80 alleged Mafia gangsters were rounded up by police in New York and Sicily yesterday in the biggest crackdown on organised crime in decades.

The FBI and police in New York and nearby New Jersey arrested 57 of the 62 people charged by a federal grand jury. All of them have been linked to the Gambino crime family and face charges including murder, drug-trafficking, robbery and extortion that date back to the 1970s.

 
Police in New York arrest 57 Mafia suspects in raids
Police in New York and New Jersey arrested 57 people wanted in connection to the Gambino crime family...

The arrests contradicted a widespread public perception that the Cosa Nostra was a spent force in New York.

More than 20 additional suspects were arrested in Palermo, the Sicilian capital, in a joint FBI-Italian operation whose codename of "Old Bridge" reflected police claims that mobsters have been strengthening historic ties between the countries.

The arrests follow a two-year investigation during which Mafia meetings were secretly filmed and phone conversations recorded.

The 170-page indictment filed in New York alleges that associates of the crime family extorted people in the building industry, embezzled from labour unions and engaged in loansharking and illegal bookmaking.

Investigators say that the Mafia factions on both sides of the Atlantic are now focused on laundering money and smuggling cocaine.

Those arrested included Francesco Cali, the owner of a supermarket in Brooklyn, and said by police to be the "street boss" of the Gambino family. The Gambino clan is one of five long-established Mafia clans in New York.

It was formerly led by the late John Gotti, known as the "Teflon Don" for his ability to escape prosecution.

Many of the New York's chief mobsters are now in prison and the links between US and Italian Mafiosos broke down in the 1980s due to in-fighting in Sicily. Andrew Cuomo, New York's attorney general, said: "Organised crime still exists in the city and the state of New York. We like to think that it's a vestige of the past. It's not."

There had been renewed attention to the Sicilian Mafia's ties to the US since last November, when police in Sicily arrested Salvatore Lo Piccolo, a senior mobster who had been on the run for more than a decade.


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How a top student turned into mass-killer in land of 270m guns...



 
"AT first everyone thought it was a joke," said one student. It wasn't. Within minutes, five people were dead and many more seriously injured...




On Thursday, Stephen Kazmierczak, a 27-year-old former student at Northern Illinois University, went on suicidal gun rampage. It was just the latest in a series of such attacks on the premises of US educational institutions.

Allyse Jerome, 19, a second-year student, said the gunman burst through a stage door in a lecture theatre and pulled out a gun. "Honestly, at first everyone thought it was a joke," Ms Jerome said. Everyone hit the floor, she added. Then she got up and ran, but tripped. She said she felt like "an open target". "He could've decided to get me," Ms Jerome said. "I thought for sure he was going to get me."

Authorities said yesterday that Kazmierczak had been on medication. "He had stopped taking medication and become somewhat erratic in the last couple of weeks," said Police Chief Donald Grady.

Kazmierczak used a shotgun and three handguns during the attack on a class of geology students. Two of the weapons, a pump-action Remington shotgun and a Glock 9mm handgun, were bought legally less than a week ago, authorities said.

The two others were also bought legally, but it was unclear when Kazmierczak picked them up. He had a valid permit required for all Illinois residents who buy or possess firearms.

Investigators recovered 48 shell casings and six shotgun shells following the attack.

The gunman, dressed in the black clothing that has become the trademark of such killers, even paused to reload his shotgun after opening fire.

The shooting was the latest in a spate of attacks in US schools and universities.

On 8 February, a woman shot and fatally injured two fellow students before committing suicide at Louisiana Technical College in Baton Rouge.

In Memphis, Tennessee, a 17-year-old is accused of shooting and critically wounding a fellow student on Monday during a high school gym class, and the 15-year-old victim of a shooting at an Oxnard, California, junior high school has been declared brain-dead.

Mr Grady said Kazmierczak was an "outstanding" student while at the university and authorities were still trying to determine why he would kill. There was no known suicide note.

Kazmierczak had been a graduate student in sociology at the university as recently as spring 2007, the school's president, John Peters, said.

No-one yet knows why he embarked on his massacre. But it is a fact that many of those who blast their way around the college and high-school campuses of the United States were inspired by previous killers.

The words of killers pepper message boards and their images are cut and pasted on to YouTube and blog sites.

Cho Seung-Hui, killer of 32 students and teachers at Virginia Technology College last April, announced he was heir to students Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, who murdered 12 at Columbine High School in Colorado in 1999. On a videotape he made announcing the killings and posted that morning to a TV station, he announced he was part of a cult, saying: "We martyrs, like Eric and Dylan."

Last December disgruntled student Matthew Murray took time off between two rampages at Christian universities in Virginia to announce, via the internet, that he too was part of the cult: "Christian America. This is your Columbine."

The Columbine High School killers had their own role models, in particular Charles Manson, perpetrator of bloody cult killings in California in 1969.

The Columbine killers, who, like most campus shooters, took their own lives, made hours of tapes promising killings on a grand scale. Judges, worried that the tapes would inspire copycat killings, have kept them locked in a safe in a court's basement.

But these so-called "basement tapes" retain a cult following on the internet. "There is this kind of romantic youth-cult violence that is out there," Denver university professor Carl Rasche said.

Mr Rasche, who made a study of the Columbine shootings, said: "If you are down, out and disaffected, and you can't create an identity for yourself, you feel like nobody in society – including your parents – understands you, you're going to identify with somebody who is considered wicked."

But while many Americans wring their hands over the inability of anyone to halt the violence, the gun-control lobby says the solution is simple – choke off the supply of guns.

There is no evidence that the US has any more teenage angst than other western countries. The only difference is that its teenagers have access to weapons. And with 270 million guns in the US, almost one per person, it is not hard to get access to the hardware.

Despite suffering from mental illness, Kazmierczak found no bar to his owning a shotgun and three pistols, which he used to kill five students then himself. "Last year there were 30,000 people killed by guns in America. Easy accessibility is the problem," says Douglas Pennington, deputy director of the leading gun-control organisation in the US, the Brady Campaign. "There isn't some magic formula. It's a question of gun laws."

He is campaigning for mandatory gun licences. Ranged against him are two million National Rifle Association members, who say gun ownership is protected by the constitution.

In fact, it is protected by a single line in the Second Amendment, staging "the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be not be infringed". The NRA's hard line is echoed by its champion, actor Charlton Heston, and his oft-repeated cry that if the authorities want his gun, they can take it from his "cold dead hands".

But it is the cold dead hands of all those college students that motivate the gun-control lobby.


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Unearthed JFK memorabilia reveals assassination plot shock of lost files...

A hoard of memorabilia from the aftermath of US President John F. Kennedy's assassination has been unearthed.

It includes letters to and from former prosecutor Henry Wade - who was due to try Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, before Oswald was killed.

Wade then successfully tried Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby for Oswald's death.

The haul, found in a Dallas courthouse safe, includes thousands of pages of official records from Ruby's trial and a suspect transcript of a conversation between Ruby and Oswald.

It refers to them plotting to kill the president because the mafia wanted to "get rid of" his brother, Attorney General Robert Kennedy.

But Terri Moore, Dallas District Attorney's assistant, said: "It's not real. Crooks don't talk like that. If true, history is changed because they were talking about killing the president."


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A former SAS soldier will today claim that British special forces are being used to detain suspects for extraordinary rendition.

 

Ben Griffin says the Government is "deeply involved" in the process, in which US forces have transported terror suspects around the world for interrogation.

 

He left the Army on moral grounds at the beginning of last year after three months in Baghdad, saying he disagreed with the "illegal" tactics of US troops.

 

  • Last week Foreign Secretary David Miliband told MPs in the Commons that two US rendition flights transporting terrorist suspects had landed on UK soil.

    But Mr Griffin will claim this "pales into insignificance" when compared to the actions of British forces.

    He will tell a press conference in London, organised by the Stop the War Coalition: "We detained individuals and carried out our own interrogation before handing them over to the US.

    "For the British Government to claim that they only became aware of the use of British territory this week is disingenuous."

    Despite years of denials the Government disclosed that two flights had refuelled on the British Indian Ocean island territory of Diego Garcia in 2002.

    Mr Miliband said that the two flights had each been carrying a single suspect and six years on one of the men is still being held by the US at Guantanamo Bay, while the other has been released.

    He said he had been told by the Americans that neither individual had been held at a secret detention centre or subjected to waterboarding or other forms of torture.

    For the "avoidance of doubt", Foreign Office officials are now drawing up a list of flights involving UK facilities about which concerns have been expressed.

    Human rights groups have long called for an independent inquiry into the role of the UK Government in the process of rendition. And Europe's human rights watchdog, the Council of Europe, has said the UK was one of several countries to have colluded with the CIA in the operation of secret flights.

    Mr Griffin, 29, is believed to be the first SAS soldier to refuse to go into combat and quit the Army on moral grounds.


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    Police fired 50 times at bridegroom after Bachelor Party ...
     

    Three policemen who fired 50 bullets at a bridegroom celebrating his stag night should not be allowed to pass off their actions as merely a mistake, a court has heard.

    Sean Bell, 23, died after the New York officers opened fire believing him to be a drug dealer who was about to shoot at them.But in fact Mr Bell was unarmed and just hours away from getting married when he was killed outside a strip club.

    The case has ignited debate over excessive force and police conduct.But a defence lawyer for one of the officers told the judge there was evidence showing that Sean Bell was drunk and "out of control" when he left the club where he was celebrating with friends.

    Outside the courthouse in Queens, protesters chanted and banged on drums to show their support for the shooting victims and Mr Bell's family.

    Detectives Gescard Isnora and Michael Oliver are charged with manslaughter and Detective Mark Cooper is on trial for reckless endangerment in the shooting in November 2006.

    In his opening statement, Assistant District Attorney Charles Testagrossa said the police vice operation at the Queens strip club was "haphazard at best."

    Testagrossa said Isnora, who fired 11 of the shots, failed to display his badge and wait for back-up, and gave contradictory orders to Mr Bell and his friends.

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    Police officers investigated the scene of the shootings that killed Sean Bell.

     

    Top, Sean Bell with his fiancée, Nicole Paultre, whom he was to marry yesterday. Mr. Bell, 23, was shot to death by police after leaving Club Kalua, above...

    Hours before he was to be married, a man leaving his bachelor party at a strip club in Queens that was under police surveillance was shot and killed early yesterday in a hail of police bullets, witnesses and the police said. Two of his friends were wounded, one critically, they said.

    Many details of the shooting were not immediately clear, but relatives of the dead man, Sean Bell, 23, and community leaders, including the Rev. Al Sharpton, demanded an investigation into what some called an overreaction by officers that killed a man on his wedding day.

    Witnesses told of chaos, screams and a barrage of gunfire near Club Kalua at 143-08 94th Avenue in Jamaica about 4:15 a.m. after Mr. Bell and his friends walked out and got into their car. Mr. Bell drove the car half a block, turned a corner and struck a black unmarked police minivan bearing several plainclothes officers.

    Mr. Bell’s car then backed up onto a sidewalk, hit a storefront’s rolled-down protective gate and nearly struck an undercover officer before shooting forward and slamming into the police van again, the police said.

    In response, five police officers fired at least 50 rounds at the men’s car, a silver Nissan Altima; the bullets ripped into other cars and slammed through an apartment window near the shooting scene on Liverpool Street near 94th Avenue.

    Mr. Bell — who was to have been wed at 5 p.m. yesterday to Nicole Paultre, 22, the mother of his two small daughters — was shot in the neck, shoulder and right arm and was taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.

    The two wounded men, Joseph Guzman, 31, and Trent Benefield, 23, were taken to Mary Immaculate Hospital, where Mr. Guzman was listed in critical condition and Mr. Benefield in stable condition.

    Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly said at a news conference last night that the men’s car had been hit at least 21 times. He said he did not know what triggered the shooting and that it was too early to tell if it was justified. No guns were found at the scene, and no charges have been filed against the men, the police said.

    Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg said in a statement last night that it was too early to draw conclusions about the case. “We know that the N.Y.P.D. officers on the scene had reason to believe an altercation involving a firearm was about to happen and were trying to stop it,” he said.

    Angry relatives of Mr. Guzman and Mr. Benefield charged that both had been arrested and manacled to their hospital beds.

    The police acknowledged that the men had been handcuffed, but said it had been a precaution at a time when it was unclear whether they were armed. Through the day, the police gave few details about what had happened, calling it a matter under investigation.

    Mr. Kelly acknowledged last night that much about the episode was unclear, partly because police investigators are precluded for now from questioning the officers involved; a lieutenant and another officer who did not fire any shots were questioned, though.

    In a statement, Commissioner Kelly said that about 4 a.m. a group of men confronted a man outside the strip club and that one man in the group yelled, “Yo, get my gun.”

    The altercation broke up, and the men separated into two groups, with an undercover officer following one group. The men being followed by the undercover officer got into the Altima that then hit the minivan.

    The police said that one officer who leaped from the minivan, a 12-year police veteran, fired 31 times, and an undercover officer with nine years on the force fired 11 times. The other officers fired three, four and five times. Shell casings from the officers’ 16-shot, 9-millimeter semiautomatic weapons littered the street; at least 40 were later recovered. A fourth person may have been in the Altima, police said.

    Legal experts said that investigators, at the behest of prosecutors, almost never interrogate officers involved in fatal shootings, even if criminal conduct is suspected, because doing so might grant a form of immunity and jeopardize prosecutions.

    The Queens district attorney, Richard A. Brown, declined last night to comment on the substance of the case, but promised a “full, fair and complete investigation.”

    The shootings reverberated with echoes of the 1999 police shooting of Amadou Diallo, an unarmed street vendor and Guinean immigrant who was killed in the vestibule of his Bronx apartment by four police officers who were later acquitted of criminal charges in his death. That killing raised questions of racial profiling and excessive force by the police.

     


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