Monthly Archives: October 2017

‘Criminal Minds’ season 13 episode 6 spoilers: It gets spooky at BAU …

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“Criminal Minds” season 13 is getting in on the Halloween season with a spooky sixth episode likened by Penelope Garcia (Kirsten Vangsness) to the old creepy series “The Twilight Zone.”

Several women have been reported to be missing in Virginia. The Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) is having a difficult time connecting the dots, as the missing women vary in profession, age and appearance. But they have one thing in common — they mysteriously get abducted around midnight. A scary supernatural? Or something human but more sinister?

The season’s sixth episode is titled “The Bunker,” which already gives a huge clue about the plot. It could mean that the women are being kept in a bunker somewhere. But since this is “Criminal Minds,” it could also be symbolic of a surprising plot twist.

Last week saw the cast of

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Criminal Minds Exclusive: A Kidnapper Stumps the Team – Today’s …

It’s another week, and that means another case for the BAU on Criminal Minds.

This time the team is heading to Virginia to tackle a bizarre kidnapping case that has seen four women disappear in the last five years. The satellite office wasn’t able to crack it, so now the big dogs are going in. The only problem is, the team seems stumped as well.

All four women were taken at night with none of their personal belongings. There also have been no bodies found, which means the unsub is keeping them all alive somewhere, “or he’s really good at permanent concealment.” Thanks for that bit of optimism, Prentiss!

Hey Baby Girls: Shemar Moore Answers Your Burning Questions

Since the episode is titled “The Bunker,” we’re going to hope that this Criminal Minds case ends up happier than most, but you never really know.

Criminal Minds airs Wednesdays at 10/9c

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Criminal Minds Exclusive: A Bizarre Kidnapping Case Has the BAU Stumped

It’s another week, and that means another case for the BAU on Criminal Minds.

This time the team is heading to Virginia to tackle a bizarre kidnapping case that has seen four women disappear in the last five years. The satellite office wasn’t able to crack it, so now the big dogs are going in. The only problem is, the team seems stumped as well.

All four women were taken at night with none of their personal belongings. There also have been no bodies found, which means the unsub is keeping them all alive somewhere, “or he’s really good at permanent concealment.” Thanks for that bit of optimism, Prentiss!

Hey Baby Girls: Shemar Moore Answers Your Burning Questions

Since the episode is titled “The Bunker,” we’re going to hope that this Criminal Minds case ends up happier than most, but you never really know.

Criminal Minds airs Wednesdays at 10/9c

Read more at: http://www.tvguide.com/news/criminal-minds-exclusive-the-bunker/

Rochester’s killers: Kenneth Bianchi denies being ‘The Hillside Strangler’ – WHEC News

“I can’t find the words to express the sorrow I feel for what I’ve done,” Bianchi said at the time.

Now nearly four decades later, Bianchi is reaching out. Allowed to send an occasional email from prison, I recently heard from the man known as “The Hillside Strangler.” And despite pleading guilty to five of the murders in California and two others in Washington state, Bianchi is adamant that he didn’t kill anyone.

“I am not the Hillside Strangler,” he writes. He calls his arrest and conviction, a “miscarriage of justice.” And he believes “the story the residents of Rochester should hear is that a native son raised by loving parents was “arrested,” “tortured,” and “hypnotized,” which resulted in “false confessions,” and a guilty plea “under duress.”

“You look at someone like Kenneth Bianchi,” says Clint Van Zandt, “number one, this guy is a stone cold psychopath.”

Clint Van Zandt is a former FBI

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‘SWAT’s Shemar Moore bulked up even more for new role

Shemar Moore says his new TV alter-ego, “S.W.A.T.” protagonist Daniel “Hondo” Harrelson, is “Derek Morgan on steroids” — alluding to the FBI agent he played on “Criminal Minds” for 11 seasons.

“I gained 10 to 12 pounds for this role … I changed my diet and hired a friend who cooked for me,” says Moore. “I ate five meals a day. Of course I want to look good for vanity reasons but I need the physicality and the presence [for the role] — when I met the men of the LA and San Diego S.W.A.T. teams, strength was a big part of what they do.”

“S.W.A.T.” is the third iteration of the franchise, which aired as an ABC series starring Robert Urich (1975-76) and returned as a 2003 movie with stars Samuel L. Jackson and Colin Farrell. “The only thing similar to [the series] is the main theme song and the only

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My Friend Dahmer Disturbing Movie Real Serial Killer – Refinery29

It’s pretty uncanny how similar they look… #myfrienddahmer #rosslynch (Right picture made by @vaporshor)

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Deception in the Digital Age

Phishing

Over the years, there have been many definitions of phishing. According to the InfoSec Institute (2016), “Phishing is an attempt by Internet fraudsters to access and obtain personal and sensitive information, such as usernames, passwords, and financial information, by utilizing social engineering techniques.” This type of fraud is actually quite old, dating back to the 1990s when Internet Service Providers (ISP) billed users by the hour for access. Skilled hackers would try to capture the usernames and passwords of unsuspecting victims by posing as an ISP, especially America Online due to its scope and penetration in the market. Fraudsters would harvest known AOL email addresses and send messages claiming to need account updates or validation of user profiles. The mass mailing strategy was like fishing, in that they were hoping to hook victims through deceptive bait. The term “phishing” emerged as a corruption of the

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