Explicit footage shows cops scrambling to catch a naked teenager wanted for a triple homicide in Virginia.The 18-year-old suspect allegedly killed his mother, sister, and 15-month-old nephew, who were found shot dead at the family home in Keeling.The sheriff’s office identified the victims as 25-year-old Emily Bivens, 1-year-old Cullen Bivens, and 62-year-old Joan Bernard.Police chased the teen across fields and country roads before cornering him Tuesday morning.The suspect identified as Matthew Bernard was taken to the hospital after being arrested for banging his head against the cage of the police vehicle while in custody, police said.He was released back to the sheriff’s office around 3 a.m. on Wednesday.He’s being held without bail in the Pittsylvania County Jail.Bernard faces three counts of first-degree murder and is set for an initial court hearing Thursday.
Junda Morris-Kennedy – Advertisement – Runway Liberia, the biggest Liberia fashion event in the US, has announced its 3rd edition, which will showcase top Liberia fashion designers and their collections at the Baltimore War Memorial in Maryland.In a statement issued to LIB Life by Junda Morris-Kennedy, founder of Runway Liberia, it said the event showcases Liberia’s fashion, music and arts on an international platform.She added: “Runway Liberia is a multifaceted event established to promote the social, cultural and economic development initiatives of Liberia to a global audience through fashion and entertainment; serves as a collaborative catwalk and exhibition, highlighting the industry’s established and emerged Liberian and International designers.“Our theme, ‘Branding and Empowering of the Liberian Fashion Industry Globally,’ is brought to life as we honor Liberians who have contributed to the growth of the fashion industry and promote music from Liberia and around the world.“This year we introduce the International Kids Fashion Showcase, and present the 1st Runway Liberia International ‘Courage Award!’ to our alumina model Ms. Trina Lashawn, who has been fighting colon rectal cancer.”The 2017 Showcase will also feature top designers from around the world, presenting exquisite garments and accessories, world class entertainment and exhibits of art and luxury products and services.For more information on designers showing at RWLIB, please visit Runwayliberia.comEvery year Runway Liberia honors Liberians that have contributed to the growth of the Liberian fashion Industry. And this year list includes, Garmai Klee, Maisie Dunbar, Philip Kekula and Chris Collins.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
2 It looked like Everton manager Roberto Martinez had a good night at the Jason Derulo gig in Manchester.Footage of a man strongly resembling the Spaniard dancing appeared on Twitter, which you can see below courtesy of @LFCKOPPVIEW But Martinez has now confirmed it was him at the Manchester Arena on Thursday night. 2 Roberto Martinez dancing at Jason Derulo concert Just filmed #EFC Manager #Martinez throwing shapes at @jasonderulo in Manchester pic.twitter.com/KD5XCUErvV— LFCKLOPPVIEW (@LFCKOPVIEW) February 4, 2016
Photo credit: PCMag Advertisement Apple Inc said on Sunday it is cleaning up its iOS App Store to remove malicious iPhone and iPad programs identified in the first large-scale attack on the popular mobile software outlet.The company disclosed the effort after several cyber security firms reported finding a malicious program dubbed XcodeGhost that was embedded in hundreds of legitimate apps.It is the first reported case of large numbers of malicious software programs making their way past Apple’s stringent app review process. Prior to this attack, a total of just five malicious apps had ever been found in the App Store, according to cyber security firm Palo Alto Networks Inc. – Advertisement – The hackers embedded the malicious code in these apps by convincing developers of legitimate software to use a tainted, counterfeit version of Apple’s software for creating iOS and Mac apps, which is known as Xcode, Apple said.“We’ve removed the apps from the App Store that we know have been created with this counterfeit software,” Apple spokeswoman Christine Monaghan said in an email. “We are working with the developers to make sure they’re using the proper version of Xcode to rebuild their apps.”She did not say what steps iPhone and iPad users could take to determine whether their devices were infected.[related-posts]Palo Alto Networks Director of Threat Intelligence Ryan Olson said the malware had limited functionality and his firm had uncovered no examples of data theft or other harm as a result of the attack.Still, he said it was “a pretty big deal” because it showed that the App Store could be compromised if hackers infected machines of software developers writing legitimate apps. Other attackers may copy that approach, which is hard to defend against, he said.“Developers are now a huge target,” he said.Researchers said infected apps included Tencent Holdings Ltd’s popular mobile chat app WeChat, car-hailing app Didi Kuaidi and a music app from Internet portal NetEase Inc.The tainted version of Xcode was downloaded from a server in China that developers may have used because it allowed for faster downloads than using Apple’s U.S. servers, Olson said.Chinese security firm Qihoo360 Technology Co said on its blog that it had uncovered 344 apps tainted with XcodeGhost.Apple declined to say how many apps it had uncovered.[Reuters]