A Samoan rugby player charged with assaulting three Wales players at the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco has been ordered not to leave the United States after being released from jail. Gordon Langkilde, who faces up to four years in prison if convicted, pleaded not guilty to four charges but was told by a judge he had to surrender his passport. The 22-year-old was also ordered to stay away from Wales Sevens players Tom Williams, Luke Morgan, and Ben Roach, who Langkilde is alleged to have assaulted, the San Francisco Examiner reports . Langkilde was told he must remain in the States while awaiting trial on two counts of felony battery, one count of felony assault and one count of misdemeanour battery for allegedly attacking the players in the tunnel at AT&T Park in San Francisco at around 3.30pm on Saturday. You can read about the injuries suffered by the players here. On Wednesday, the Samoan player appeared in San Francisco's Hall of Justice courtroom handcuffed and … [Read more...] about Handcuffed Samoan pleads not guilty to assaulting three Wales players
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Produced by Jonathan Leach and Paul LaRosa On June 10, 2008, Army nurse Holley James Wimunc did not show up for work at the maternity ward she worked in at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Friends rushed to her apartment where they found the remnants of a fire, but no sign of Holley. The crime scene was ominous: knives were missing from the kitchen and a section of carpet in her bedroom had been cut out and removed. Complete coverage: "48 Hours: NCIS" The investigation by NCIS would uncover a maze of evidence that included a jealous ex-girlfriend who had resurfaced; a lying but loyal Marine willing to help a wartime buddy; and a husband with a history of domestic violence. But why would any of them want a beloved nurse dead? Special Agent J.C. Hawks: My name is J.C. Hawks. I'm a retired Marine gunnery sergeant and a former Marine special agent with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Special Agent J.C. Hawks: I was assigned to a missing person investigation to locate … [Read more...] about Did a missing Army nurse fall prey to a serial killer targeting military women?
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Google and YouTube's most senior staff have responded to the shooting at the video site's headquarters that left at least one person dead. YouTube staff were sent fleeing for cover after a woman entered its headquarters with a handgun and injured at least three people, before taking her own life. Her motives still remain unclear, but police have said she appeared to hold a grudge against the company. The bosses of both Google and YouTube have spoken out about the shooting, describing the company as a "family" and thanking law enforcement for their response to the attack. World news in pictures + show all World news in pictures 1/50 Presidents Hassan Rouhani of Iran, Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey and Vladimir Putin of Russia pose before their meeting in Ankara. Reuters 2/50 South African school children pause next to a portrait of the late South African anti-apartheid campaigner Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, wife of African National Congress leader Nelson Mandela, at her … [Read more...] about YouTube shooting: Senior staff at Google respond to attack on video site’s headquarters
The woman suspected of carrying out a shooting at YouTube's headquarters in California on Tuesday has been named by local police as 39-year-old San Diego resident Nasim Aghdam. The attacker, who fatally shot herself in the incident after wounding three people on the video site's Silicon Valley campus, was a prolific video blogger on YouTube and an animal rights activist. Aghdam's father has since told the Bay Area News Group that she was angry at YouTube because it had stopped paying her for videos she posted on the platform. People who post on YouTube can receive money from advertisements that accompany their videos, but the company “de-monetises” some channels for reasons including inappropriate material or having fewer than 1,000 subscribers. YouTube had “stopped everything” and “she was angry,” Ismail Aghdam said in a telephone interview. Ismail Aghdam said he … [Read more...] about YouTube shooting: Video blogger Nasim Aghdam identified as suspect in gun attack on tech campus