News Burst 27 December 2020
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- An Indian call center in Peera Garhi, west of Delhi, tricked victims into believing their bank accounts were frozen as part of an elaborate drug investigation. As many as 4,500 victims were told, they had to transfer money to the scammers or risk serious jail time. On Dec. 17, as many as 50 people from the call center were arrested. Authorities alleged the employees learned American accents and pretended to be officials of various American law enforcement agencies.Over two years, the call center bilked more than $14 million from gullible Americans who “were asked to buy Bitcoins or Google gift cards worth all the money in their accounts,” said Anyesh Roy, a police officer in New Delhi. The monies were then transferred to what the victims thought was a “safe government wallet” but were actually accounts tied to the call center.
- Last month, commercial flights with Boeing 737 Max jetliners resumed after a 20-month worldwide grounding, following two deadly accidents. Now we’re finding out, weeks later, after the Max was cleared by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to return to the skies safely, an Air Canada Boeing 737-8 Max suffered engine issues during flight. According to Aviation24.be, an Air Canada Boeing 737-8 MAX (registered C-FSNQ) was on a test flight after storage from Marana Pinal, Arizona, to Montreal, Canada, when the incident occurred. The aircraft had no passengers and only three crew members.
- A physician in Boston said he suffered one of the worst allergic reactions he’s ever experienced after receiving Moderna’s Covid-19 jab, following a string of similar cases resulting from Pfizer’s vaccine. Dr. Hossein Sadrzadeh, a hematology oncology at Boston Medical Center, was given the drug on Christmas Eve. The health care worker, who has a severe shellfish allergy, said his heart began to race after taking the vaccine.
- The most notorious scammer from Indonesia. It’s simply mind-boggling how 41-year old Hargobind P. Tahilramani, known as Gobind, could pull off a scam spanning three countries in the past five years while steering clear of Scotland Yard and the FBI. Gobind impersonated powerful female figures, including notable people like Star Wars film producer Kathleen Kennedy and former Sony chair Amy Pascal, to convince people to fly to Indonesia with the promise of work. The targets were mostly freelance workers in the Hollywood film industry ranging from makeup artists and screenplay writers to fitness trainers. The con artist is believed to have impersonated at least two dozen Hollywood names both men and women. Gobind was able to amass US$2 million from his victims. The victims were lured to Indonesia and had to pay the driver hundreds of dollars for “photo and film shoot permits” to “car rental and driving fees” that Gobind said would be reimbursed but never were.
- The British broadcaster Channel 4 has sparked controversy with a deepfake video portraying an alternative festive broadcast set broadcast on Friday. The five-minute video shows a digitally altered version of the Queen, voiced by actor Debra Stephenson, discussing several of the Royal Family’s most controversial moment this year, including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s departure from royal duties, and the Duke of York’s relationship with disgraced financier and alleged sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, The Guardian reported.
- This month, scientists at Fermilab, a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science national laboratory, and their partners took a significant step in the direction of realizing a quantum internet. In a paper published in PRX Quantum, the team presents for the first time a demonstration of a sustained, long-distance (44 kilometers of fiber) teleportation of qubits of photons (quanta of light) with fidelity greater than 90%. The qubits were teleported over a fiber-optic network using state-of-the-art single-photon detectors and off-the-shelf equipment.
- A large triangular bra has to be worn by cows living in Oymyakon, Yakutia, also known as The Pole of Cold on days when temperature gets below -30C. Bras are made from a large triangle of warm fabric with hare fur sewn onto it, or from old mouton coats – hoods are usually a good fit – and are fixed with three straps, two across the body in the ‘waist’ area, and one under the tail. This helps protect tender skin and saves up the milk, the locals say.
- November 24, 2020 – Paolo Gabriele, the Vatican butler who was convicted of stealing and leaking Pope Benedict XVI’s private papers in 2012, has died at the age of 54. However, his career as the papal butler ended after he was found guilty of leaking the pope’s personal documents to the press. The first document was leaked in January 2012. It was this letter from the then Nuncio in the United States, Carlo Maria Viganò. In it, he denounced “corruption, negligence and ill management” of the Vatican.
- Hundreds of people from various walks of life gathered at Maitighar Mandala in Kathmandu on Saturday to protest against Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s move of dissolving the House of Representatives. Oli on Sunday dissolved the House, in a move that has been described by many as unconstitutional. The campaigners, who had gathered under the banner of “broad citizens’ movement”, have appealed to all who believe in democratic principles to join the resistance.
- Singapore Airlines this week is the first major carrier to introduce a digital health certificate to verify passengers’ testing history and vaccination status. On Dec. 23, the new digital health verification process was rolled out for passengers traveling on flights operated by the carrier from Jakarta or Kuala Lumpur to Singapore, according to a Singapore Airlines press release.
- A radical bill proposed by the French Government that would see unvaccinated people refused basic services such as public transport has been put on ice after a massive backlash. The proposed law mandates that citizens have proof of a negative COVID test or “preventative treatment, including the administration of a vaccine” in order to “access transport or to some locations, as well as certain activities.” However, the government has been forced to delay the legislation after angry protests. The bill was lambasted by political figures across the spectrum, with conservative MP Fabien Di Filippo labelling it “vaccine blackmail.” RN leader Marine Le Pen branded the vaccine measure “essentially totalitarian. In a backhanded way, this bill does not aim to make vaccinations mandatory, but will prevent anybody who doesn’t comply from having a social life,” she said.
- First there were the gunshots that startled residents awake in a downtown Nashville community on Christmas morning. When people looked out their windows a little before dawn, they saw an old, white motor home parked on their street. Then the sound of a woman’s voice started emanating from the recreational vehicle, with a warning. There was a bomb that was going to go off in 15 minutes. When the RV exploded, it shattered windows and sent flaming pieces of debris through the air, damaging several buildings. Cell phone service in the area within a 200 mile radius is reported to be down/intermittent. Metro Nashville Police Department Chief John Drake on Friday evening said investigators found tissue near the blast site. They will be examined, he said, to determine whether they are human remains.
- The rabbit hole connected with Dominion Voting Systems got a little deeper. Multiple reports have shown there is a clear connection between the bombed AT&T building and Dominion Voting Systems. According to Wikipedia and other outlets, Cerberus Capital Management owned the AT&T Building in 2007. So, what? Well, Hootan Yaghoobzadeh the current owner of Staple St. Capital which owns Dominion Voting Systems worked at Cerberus Capital Management as the Senior Vice President.
- An “unexplained” explosion just destroyed the world’s second largest hydroxychloroquine raw material factory. The materials from this factory are necessary to make HCQ… and now, the factory has been completely destroyed. This news comes just days after the COVID-19 vaccine has been slowly distributed across the country.
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A mysterious monolith has popped up in a park in San Francisco, continuing the 2020 series of similar apparitions across the globe. This time it came with a seasonal twist: the entire installation was made out of gingerbread. The structure was spotted towering over the city by residents walking at Corona Heights Park early on Friday. Unlike its metal cousins, which have popped up in various parts of the world this year, this latest monolith in SF appears to have been made out of large gingerbread slabs.
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