Wednesday, October 24, 2012

MORNING BRIEF: hacking, kidnapping and more Zehm details

Posted By on Wed, Oct 24, 2012 at 7:23 AM

Around here

Previously sealed records show a detective investigating the police confrontation with Otto Zehm in 2006 worried release of the convenience store security video of that night could be "inflammatory." (SR)

Post Falls Police are now looking for a man who allegedly tried to kidnap a 14-year old girl over the weekend. They say he's in his late 20s, skinny but more than 6 ft tall, and missing three of his front teeth. (CDA Press) 

Be careful out there. Black ice is causing slide offs and wrecks on I-90. (KREM) 

Out there 

Hackers have apparently stolen the credit card information of recent customers at 63 Barnes & Noble stores across the country. The company found out back in September, but didn't tell customers at the FBI's request. (NYT) 

Through a Freedom of Information Act request, political group Greenpeace has obtained emails and photos from the 2010 BP oil spill that show the U.S. intentionally downplayed the effect of the spill on certain wildlife. (Guardian)

Another Republican sort of saying rape is OK. As long as God intended it. (ABC)

The future is now! 

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