Peacekeeper is a product and a movement. Peacekeeper is creating a new model of defense where private individuals will be defending and securing their households and neighborhoods without the state. We are ready to move forward to a more peaceful future.Read more »
As the College of Cardinals prepares to elect a new pope, security people like me wonder about the process. How does it work, and just how hard would it be to hack the vote? The rules for papal elections are steeped in tradition. John Paul II last codified them in 1996, and Benedict XVI left the rules largely untouched. The "Universi Dominici Gregis on the Vacancy of the Apostolic See and the Election of the Roman Pontiff" is surprisingly detailed.Read more »
Police sources tell 7 Action News that a women's basketball coach from Martin Luther King, Jr. Senior High School shot two men who attacked him as he was walking two basketball players to their cars in the school parking lot.Read more »
Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. has a message for residents in his jurisdiction: You can't rely on him anymore. You need to arm yourself.Read more »
The death of innocent bystanders in foreign nations has been accepted in a very nonchalant manner.... But again, will we be so nonchalant if we frame this question in the light of homeland drone strikes? Will we care so little if it is our own schools and children being blown away by disconnected men hundreds or thousands of miles away?Read more »
Women in Calif Store sends five robbers with guns running when she shoots twice.Read more »
McLEAN COUNTY -- The state's attorneys office is going public with a bold, new policy. It's no longer prosecuting offenders of some gun laws in Illinois.
The interim state's attorney says he's tired of Illinois not having "concealed-carry." So, now, prosecutors are considering several questions when deciding if they'll press charges.
They consider a person's intent, criminal history and whether the weapon was used recklessly. It only applies to those with a valid FOID card.
The state's attorney hopes his actions send a message to the state. The policy could be reversed this fall.Read more »
Seat Belt T-Shirts selling openly online bear a wide diagonal stripe meant to ape the look of a buckled seat belt – from a distance, at least.Read more »
A 53-year-old woman sought by law enforcement because she might expose people to tuberculosis tried to run from officers Wednesday morning, but was captured minutes later in a patch of woods in north Jackson County. Hicks tested positive for TB on April 3. She started treatments on June 15, but later went off the treatments, according to a sheriff’s report. However, he said when someone has tuberculosis in the community there is usually no risk unless there is close and prolonged contact.Read more »
There is nothing I hate more than physical crimes against children. Help Catch This Bastard!!! - Police have released a shocking surveillance tape showing a 10-year-old girl who escaped from a creepy suspect who tried to abduct her as she walked home. A $10,000 reward is being offered for the arrest and conviction of a suspect in the attempted abduction of the girl in south Philadelphia. Police said the man followed the girl in his car on Tuesday as she was walking with her 2-year-old brother in the Whitman neighborhood.Read more »
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