Four days, four class-action lawsuits. Another complaint has been filed against Sony — after lawsuits on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday — claiming the studio didn’t take adequate precautions to prepare itself for the cyberattack that led to the disclosure of thousands of employees’ private information.
The plaintiffs in the new case are Michael Levine and Lionel Felix, and both say they worked for Sony — Levine as a technical director for Sony Pictures Imageworks from 2003 to 2012, and Felix as a director of technology for Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment from 2001 to 2004. Like
State Rep. Karla May (D-St. Louis) called for the investigation Thursday. McCulloch said in a radio interview Friday that some witnesses obviously lied to the grand jury, the report says. A joint House and Senate committee is already investigating why Gov. Jay Nixon (D) failed to use National Guard troops in Ferguson on Nov. 24, the day the grand jury decision was announced. May sent a letter Thursday to committee chairman Sen. Kurt Schaefer (R-Columbia), urging that the investigation be expanded to examine whether McCulloch committed prosecutorial misconduct, the AP writes.
On Saturday, an unidentified North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman in Pyongyang proposed the joint investigation with the United States, saying North Korea knows how to prove it is not responsible for the hacking, the AP writes. He also said Washington was slandering Pyongyang by spreading unfounded rumors, the site says.
In 1944, he was assigned to Italy with the 100th Fighter Squadron of the all-black unit. “From Capodechino Air Base in Naples, Steward completed 96 missions, flying P-39 Airacobras and P-40 Warhawks. Later based in Ramitelli, Italy, he flew 96 escort and strafing missions in P-51 Mustangs,” the report states.
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Pellet Gun Left Unpackaged
Police responded to a 911 call that alleged a man was inside Walmart pointing a gun at others. The caller, Ronald Ritchie, later recanted that part of the story, telling The Guardian that Crawford didn’t point the gun at anybody. When officers encountered Crawford, he was carrying what appeared to be a weapon but was in fact a pellet rifle.
Crawford’s family claims that because Walmart failed to keep toy guns like the pellet rifle behind glass or in packaging, it is liable for the reasonably foreseeable result of Crawford walking through the store holding the toy gun. The plaintiffs claim that with its cameras, employees, and knowledge of police entering the Walmart, the store breached its duty to Crawford by not securing the