Marco Dimitri

Consulting Analyst at Computer Crime Research Center. Engineering Electronics and Telecommunications. Seminar Analysis of Violent Crime University of Rome.
  • Do Atheists Have A Sexism Problem?

    In a video blog, the popular skeptic blogger recalled a man following her into an empty elevator and inviting her up to his room after she spoke about feminism at a European atheist conference last June. “Guys,” she said with a bit of a laugh, “don’t do that.” Hers...
  • George Pell: police consider whether to charge cardinal over child abuse claims

    Victoria police are considering whether to charge Australia’s most senior Catholic, Cardinal George Pell, with historical child sexual abuse offences. Last month the chief commissioner of Victoria police, Graham Ashton, confirmed allegations against Pell had been referred to the Office of Public Prosecutions for a recommendation as to whether police...
  • Man arrested for arson blaze that decimated California town

    LOWER LAKE, Calif. — A California man was arrested Monday on arson charges for allegedly sparking a wildfire that exploded over the weekend, destroying more than 175 homes, business and other structures in a Northern California town, authorities said. Lake County Sheriff Brian Martin said Damin Anthony Pashilk, 40, of...
  • Brooklyn Bridge Selfie Stunt Is Bad News for Urban Explorers

    Scaling the Brooklyn Bridge has become a popular pastime—in just the past year,two pranksters have scaled the bridge to take photos, and two German artistsreplaced the bridge’s American flags with white surrender flags to honor the bridge’s German engineer. Tennessee native David Karnauch is the latest culprit—he was in hot...
  • Iran executes gay teenager in violation of international law

    Iran’s regime executed a gay adolescent in July – the first confirmed execution of someone convicted as a juvenile in the Islamic Republic in 2016 – Amnesty International reported this week. Hassan Afshar, 19, was hanged in Arak Prison in Iran’s Markazi Province on July 18, after he was...
  • Muslim cleric and associate shot to death on New York street

    A Muslim cleric and an associate were fatally shot by a lone gunman on Saturday while walking together following afternoon prayers at a mosque in the New York City borough of Queens, authorities said. The gunman approached the men from behind and shot both in the head at close range...
  • STRANGER THINGS: THE WARM CUP OF NOSTALGIA WE ALL NEED.

    What a year we’ve had so far. Attempted coups, brexits, multiple terrorist attacks and more mass shootings than I dare attempt to tally. If you don’t have the option to turn off screens and retreat somewhere away from humans and concrete, one of the more easily sourced escape routes...
  • Cyber jihadists attack Atheist groups on Facebook

    In February 2016, ten of the largest Arabic-speaking atheist groups, with a total of about 100,000 members, have been deactivated for the same reason: heavy reporting campaigns that are organized by “cyber jihadist” fundamentalist Islamic groups, especially for the removal of any anti-Islamic group or page. In such coordinated...
  • Atheists Tell Florida Schools: Follow the Law on Pledge of Allegiance Issue

    Cranford, NJ—American Atheists, in partnership with the Central Florida Freethought Community, has sent letters to each of Florida’s 67 county school districts advising them of their obligations to protect the rights of students who wish to opt out of participating in the Pledge of Allegiance. In September 2015, the American...
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