Marco Dimitri

Consulting Analyst at Computer Crime Research Center. Engineering Electronics and Telecommunications. Seminar Analysis of Violent Crime University of Rome.
  • 3 new clergy sex abuse allegations investigated

    The Archdiocese of Agana is investigating three new allegations of clergy sex abuse brought forward in the last few weeks, Deacon Leonard Stohr said Thursday. Stohr, the archdiocese’s sexual abuse response coordinator since August, said the three individuals aren’t among those who have filed lawsuits against the archdiocese or...
  • MPs reject Lords amendments on Brexit vote and EU citizens’ rights

    MPs have overturned two House of Lords amendments that aimed to protect the rights of EU citizens living in the UK and hand parliament a “meaningful vote” on the final Brexit deal. Sources have told the Guardian that peers will now accept the supremacy of the Commons, allowing Theresa...
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Where do the majority of Jedi Knights live in England and Wales?

    There are over 176,000 Jedi Knights living in England and Wales. The Force is strongest in the local authority of Leeds, where 2,812 Jedi live, closely followed by Brighton and Hove with 2,636 and Bristol with 2,310. The authorities where the Dark Side is strongest are the Isles of Scilly, where 14...
  • Nude photos alleged in latest clergy sex abuse lawsuits

    One of two additional clergy sex abuse lawsuits filed Wednesday said a now-deceased priest kept nude photos of “numerous altar boys” and priests “committing sexual acts on minors.” Tomas Afaisen De Plata and Richard Daniel Scroggs’ separate complaints bring to 26 the total number of clergy sexual abuse lawsuits...
  • New Brunswick commits to HPV vaccine for boys

    WATCH ABOVE: On Tuesday the New Brunswick’s finance minister tabled the 2017-2018 budget increasing health care spending. The government says that also includes expanding their vaccination program to include HPV vaccinations for grade seven boys. Global’s Adrienne South has the details.   The government of New Brunswick is expanding...
  • Mass grave of young children found at former Catholic orphanage in Ireland

    DUBLIN — A mass grave containing the remains of babies and young children has been discovered at a former Catholic orphanage in Ireland, government-appointed investigators announced Friday in a finding that offered the first conclusive proof following a historian’s efforts to trace the fates of nearly 800 children who...
  • Abuse survivor resigns from commission for protection of minors

    Vatican City, Mar 1, 2017 / 06:42 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Wednesday, the decision of clerical abuse survivor Marie Collins to resign from her post on the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors was announced, citing frustrations with “a lack of cooperation” by the Curia as leading factor....
  • Swastikas found in Ontario university classroom; police investigating

    The discovery of swastikas inside an Ontario university classroom this week has left some students feeling distraught, the school calling the symbols “hate graffiti” and police investigating what happened. Freya Clews said she showed up early to her education class at York University in north Toronto around 8 a.m....
  • Anonymous issues global ‘call to action’ against the Trump regime

    A popular Twitter account linked to the hacktivist collective called for countries and individuals to ‘boycott, divest and sanction’ the U.S. – with the hashtag #BDStheUS. Anonymous called for American workers to strike, and for other countries to boycott U.S. goods. The collective previously published a guide to how...
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