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Santiago Mexquititlan raid

In March 2006, six plainclothes agents of Mexicos Federal Investigations Agency raided a market in Santiago Mexquititlan, Queretaro, in search of unauthorized copies of copyrighted works. The agents later alleged that they were held hostage by ve ...

                                               

Shadow of Truth

Shadow of Truth is a true-crime Israeli documentary television series that was created by directors Yotam Guendelman and Ari Pines, and producer Mika Timor. The series was produced by Timor, Guendelman and Ben Giladi through their EGG Films and p ...

                                               

Winston Silcott

Winston Silcott, a British citizen of Caribbean parents, was convicted in March 1987, as one of the "Tottenham Three," for the murder of PC Keith Blakelock on the night of 6 October 1985 during the Broadwater Farm riot in north London - despite n ...

                                               

George Stinney

George Junius Stinney, Jr., was an African American youth who was convicted, in a proceeding later vacated as an unfair trial, of murdering two white girls, ages 7 and 11, in his hometown of Alcolu, South Carolina. He was executed by electric cha ...

                                               

Georgia Thompson

Georgia L. Thompson is a Wisconsin civil servant who was wrongfully convicted of federal corruption charges in 2006, then exonerated by an appeals court in 2007. Thompson is a Madison native, and graduated from Madison East High School in 1968. S ...

                                               

Enzo Tortora

Enzo Tortora was an Italian TV host on national RAI television, who was unjustly convicted of being a member of the Camorra and drug trafficking in 1985, and sentenced to 10 years in jail. He was acquitted of all charges by the Cassation Court in ...

                                               

Pietro Valpreda

Pietro Valpreda was an Italian anarchist, poet, dancer and novelist. He was sentenced to prison on charges of being responsible of the December 1969 Piazza Fontana bombing; in 1987 was acquitted by the Supreme Court of Cassation for lack of evidence.

                                               

Colin Wallace

John Colin Wallace is a former British member of Army Intelligence in Northern Ireland and a psychological warfare specialist. He refused to become involved in the Intelligence-led Clockwork Orange project, alleged to have been an attempt to smea ...

                                               

Christy Walsh case

John Christopher Walsh, from west Belfast, was convicted in 1991 by a Diplock court of possessing explosives in connection with the conflict in Northern Ireland, and campaigned for 20 years to clear his name on the basis that his conviction was a ...

                                               

Judith Ward

                                               

Earl Washington Jr.

Earl Washington Jr. is a former Virginia death-row inmate, who was fully exonerated of murder charges against him in 2000. He had been wrongfully convicted and sentenced to death in 1984 for the 1982 rape and murder of Rebecca Lyn Williams in Cul ...

                                               

Wee Care Nursery School abuse trial

Wee Care Nursery School, located in Maplewood, New Jersey, was the subject of a day care child abuse case that went to trial in the 1980s. Although Margaret Kelly Michaels was prosecuted and convicted, the decision was overturned after she spent ...

                                               

35 day month

The 35 day month was the basis of ".2 billion in accounting fraud" regarding "events regarding an accounting scandal that started in 2002" at Computer Associates.

                                               

1968 Detroit riot

The 1968 Detroit riot was a civil disturbance that occurred between April 4–5, 1968 in Detroit, Michigan following the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Less than a year after the violent unrest of 1967, areas of 12th Street again erupted ...

                                               

1991 Bhadrak riot

The 1991 Bhadrak Communal violence was a communal incident which took place on day of Ram Navami in Bhadrak of Odisha on 20 March 1991. The riot happened during the Ram Navami procession while the procession was passing through the Muslim dominat ...

                                               

1995 Vellore Fort jailbreak

1995 Vellore Fort jailbreak was an escape from prison in Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India on 15 August 1995. After digging a 153-foot-long tunnel, 43 Tamil Tiger inmates escaped from the prison. 21 of the escapees were re-captured within weeks of the e ...

                                               

2008 Skagit County shooting spree

On September 2, 2008, 28-year-old Isaac Zamora killed six people and wounded two more on a shooting rampage in Skagit County, Washington. The incident began when Skagit County Sheriffs Deputy Anne Jackson responded to a call at Zamoras home in Al ...

                                               

2015 Ballabhgarh riot

The incident took place May 25, 2015 in the village of Atali in Ballabgarh, Faridabad. According to the locals, the cause of the confrontation was a dispute over a 30-year-old mosque. In 2009 the Hindus of the village claimed that it was the prop ...

                                               

2016 Indian Banks data breach

2016 Indian Banks data breach was reported in October 2016. It was estimated 3.2 million debit cards were compromised. Major Indian banks- SBI, HDFC Bank, ICICI, YES Bank and Axis Bank were among the worst hit. Many users reported unauthorised us ...

                                               

2018 Bitcoin bomb threats

On December 13, 2018, thousands of businesses, individuals, schools, news agencies, and other places throughout the United States, Canada, and Australia received emailed bomb threats, warning that a "mercenary" of the sender of the email had plac ...

                                               

2019 Brazil prison riots

Prison riots in Brazil that began on May 26, 2019 resulted in the deaths of at least 112 people as of July 29, 2019. The riots occurred at several prisons in the northern Brazilian state of Amazonas. Rival factions of the illicit Brazilian drug t ...

                                               

2019 Markham home massacre

The 2019 Markham home massacre was the killing of four family members in Markham, Ontario on Sunday July 28, 2019. Menhaz Zaman, the 23-year-old son of two of the victims, is alleged to have slit the throats of his father, mother, grandmother, an ...

                                               

A.C.A.B.

A.C.A.B. is an acronym meaning "All cops are bastards". It is used as a slogan and written catchphrase in graffiti, tattoos, and other imagery to protest unethical police behavior. It is sometimes numerically rendered as "1312", after the alphabe ...

                                               

2016 Ad Dair shooting

On February 11, 2016, a gunman identified as 30-year-old teacher Abdullah Jaber Al-Malki, killed seven people and wounded three others at an education office in Ad Dair, in Saudi Arabias Jizan Province bordering Yemen. Five of the victims died at ...

                                               

AD-X2

AD-X2 was an additive purported to extend lead-acid automotive battery life, marketed by California bulldozer operator Jess M. Ritchie in the late 1940s and early 1950s. After it was declared a fraud by the National Bureau of Standards, a media b ...

                                               

Aggi Crew

The Aggi Crew were a criminal drug gang based in the St Pauls district of Bristol. The name of the gang is an abbreviation of aggravated burglary according to its former leader. The gang dominated the citys drug market throughout most of the 1990 ...

                                               

All-points bulletin

An all-points bulletin is a broadcast issued from any American or Canadian law enforcement agency to its personnel, or to other law enforcement agencies. It typically contains information about a wanted suspect who is to be arrested or a person o ...

                                               

William Aloisio

William "Smokes" Aloisio was a Chicago mobster and "hitman" for the Chicago Outfit. A former member of the Forty-Two Gang in Chicago, Aloisios arrest record dated back to 1928. In 1945, Aloisio was sentenced to five years at Leavenworth Penitenti ...

                                               

Ameena case

Ameena case is 1991 case of selling of 10 year young girl Ameena of Hyderabad, India to a person from Saudi Arabia. The child bride was rescued on 10 August 1991 by the air hostess Amrita Ahluwalia when the former was being taken to Saudi Arabia. ...

                                               

Amende honorable

Amende honorable was originally a mode of punishment in France which required the offender, barefoot and stripped to his shirt, and led into a church or auditory with a torch in his hand and a rope round his neck held by the public executioner, t ...

                                               

Murder of Haley Anderson

Haley Anderson was an American nursing student at Binghamton University. She was murdered by asphyxiation on March 8, 2018 by Nicaraguan-American Orlando Tercero in his Binghamton, New York apartment on Oak Street. Tercero was convicted in Nicara ...

                                               

Ashikaga murder case

The Ashikaga murder case occurred in the city of Ashikaga, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, when a 4-year-old girl, Mami Matsuda, went missing from a pachinko parlor on May 12, 1990 and was found dead at the Watarase River nearby. This case is part of ...

                                               

Benjamin Atkins

Benjamin "Tony" Atkins, also known as the Woodward Corridor Killer, was an American serial killer and rapist who murdered, tortured, and raped 11 women in Highland Park and Detroit, Michigan, during a period of nine months between December 1991 a ...

                                               

Atlas Vampire

The Atlas Vampire was an unknown assailant who committed the unsolved "Vampire Murder" in Stockholm, Sweden in 1932. On May 4, 1932, a 32-year-old sex worker, Lilly Lindestrom, was found murdered in her small apartment in the Atlas area of Stockh ...

                                               

2016 Australian school bomb threats

In late January and early February 2016, many schools throughout Australia were targeted with hoax bomb threats. The threats were reported to have originated from overseas hackers. The principals and police regarded the voice on the phone to be c ...

                                               

Authorized push payment fraud

Authorized push payment fraud is a form of fraud in which victims are manipulated into making real-time payments to fraudsters, typically by social engineering attacks involving impersonation. As of 2019 in the United Kingdom, because the victims ...

                                               

Babes in the Wood murders (Stanley Park)

The Babes in the Wood murders is a name which has been used in the media to refer to a child murder case in which the bodies of multiple victims were found concealed in woodland.

                                               

Back-to-back life sentences

In judicial practice, back-to-back life sentences are two or more consecutive life sentences given to a felon. This penalty is typically used to prevent the felon from ever getting released from prison. This is a common punishment for a double mu ...

                                               

Barnet Baff

Barnet Baff was a poultry dealer in New York City who was murdered by organized crime that represented the "poultry trust" in New York that extorted per truckload of poultry from merchants. His death led to an investigation of organized crime in ...

                                               

Shooting of Mohamed Bah

The shooting of Mohamed Bah was an incident that occurred on September 25, 2012. During the incident Mohamed Bah, was fatally shot 10 times inside his Manhattan apartment by New York City Police officers. The incident prompted the Bah family to f ...

                                               

Nicholas Bain

Nicholas Bain, also known as Beheehan or Behan, was an American farmworker who murdered three people on Long Island in 1854, a crime that gained much notoriety. The author Charles Dickens commented on this crime in his Household Narrative of Curr ...

                                               

2007 Balashikha shooting

The 2007 Balashikha shooting was a mass murder that occurred on 23 April, 2007, in Balashikha, Moscow Oblast, Russia, where four people were shot and killed by Alexandr Lyovin, who was arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment.

                                               

Francisca Ballesteros

Francisca Ballesteros is a Spanish woman who poisoned to death her first baby, a five month old daughter, in 1990. Fourteen years later, in 2004, she killed her husband and second daughter because she had met a man on the Internet and wanted to r ...

                                               

Felix Batista

Felix Batista is a Cuban-American anti-kidnapping expert and former U.S. Army major who has negotiated resolution to nearly 100 kidnapping and ransom cases, dozens of them in Mexico. Batista was a consultant for Houston, Texas-based security firm ...

                                               

Battersea Mystery

The Battersea Mystery is the name given to two unsolved murders that took place in London in 1873-74. On 5 September 1873, the left quarter of a womans trunk was discovered by a Thames Police patrol near Battersea. Subsequently, a right breast wa ...

                                               

Beer Man

Beer man is the name given to a suspected serial killer who killed between October 2006 and January 2007, six people in South Mumbai, India. The nickname was due to the beer bottle left near each body, which was the only link between the deaths. ...

                                               

Glenn Lee Benner II

On August 6, 1985, Benner abducted 26-year-old Cynthia Sedgwick in the woods surrounding the Blossom Music Center in Summit County, where they both attended a concert. Benner raped Sedgwick and choked her to death. On January 2, 1986, Benner kidn ...

                                               

Jeff Berry (Ku Klux Klan)

Jeff Berry was the former leader of the American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in Newville, Indiana. He was sentenced to seven years in prison on December 4, 2001, for conspiracy to commit criminal confinement with a deadly weapon. The charges stem ...

                                               

Michael Bethke

Michael Bethke is an American murderer from Calumet City, Illinois, who killed and decapitated Joseph Lesinski, his 49-year-old co-worker at the Burnham, Illinois, White Hen Pantry grocery store, on June 6, 1991. Described as suffering from "chro ...

                                               

Naomi Betts

Naomi Betts is an American criminal who robbed the Fifth Third Bank in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States on October 9, 2003. She was arrested on May 27, 2004, after a May 22, 2004 airing of Americas Most Wanted. During the robbery, she did not ...

                                               

2006 Bhiwandi lynching

The 2006 Bhindi lynching was the murder of two police constables in Bhiwandi, Thane district, Maharashtra, India by a Muslim mob. They were killed and then burned after police had shot at a mob pelting stones causing the death of two Muslim men. ...

                                               

Black Horse Cavalry

The Black Horse Cavalry was a bipartisan group of corruptionists in the New York state legislature which during the last quarter of the 19th century preyed particularly on corporations. It usually blackmailed by introducing bills against the corp ...

                                               

Black Market Reloaded

Black Market Reloaded was a.onion hidden Tor website which sold illegal drugs and other illegal goods such as stolen credit cards and firearms. Its popularity increased dramatically after the closure of Silk Road, its largest competitor. In late ...

                                               

Bomb man of Pae street

The Bomb man of Pae street is a notorious serial bomber, later identified as Mart Ringmaa, who was active in Lasnamae, Tallinn, Estonia. Over ten years, twelve IEDs made by Ringmaa exploded in public places, leading to the death of seven people a ...

                                               

Nicolai Bonner

Nicolai Bonner is a Moldovan-Israeli serial killer, convicted for the killing of 4 people in Haifa between February and May 2005. Bonner murdered four other immigrants from the former Soviet Union, was arrested in 2007 and received a life sentenc ...

                                               

Booster bag

A booster bag is a handmade bag used to shoplift, typically from retail stores, libraries, and any other location employing security detectors to deter theft. The booster bag can be an ordinary shopping bag, backpack, pocketed garment, or other i ...

                                               

Bootleg mining

Bootleg mining or shoemaker mining is illegal coal mining. The term originated around the 1920s, though the practice probably predates that. Generally, a bootleg mine sometimes called a Bootleg Pit is a small mine dug by a handful of men. Often t ...

                                               

Disappearance of Charles Bothuell V

The disappearance of Charles Bothuell V was a controversial case of a Detroit teenager who disappeared and was found imprisoned in the basement of his family home in 2014. His father, Charles Bothuell IV, and stepmother, Monique Dillard-Bothuell, ...

                                               

Veronza Bowers Jr.

Veronza Leon Bowers Jr. is an inmate at the United States Penitentiary in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a former member of the Black Panther Party, and was sentenced to life imprisonment on the charge of first degree murder of U.S. park ranger Kenneth ...

                                               

Murder of Michelle Bright

Michelle Bright was a 17-year-old who was found raped and murdered in New South Wales, Australia. She was last seen at 12:45 am on 27 February 1999 by a friend who dropped her off in Herbert Street, Gulgong following a friends 15th birthday party ...

                                               

Leo Vincent Brothers

Leo Vincent Brothers a.k.a. Vincent Bader was an early 20th-century gangster who gained notoriety throughout the underworld after being convicted of the 1930 murder of Chicago Tribune reporter Jake Lingle. Starting out as a low-level member of th ...

                                               

Elmer Brunner

Elmer David Brunner was a convicted American murderer and was the last defendant executed by West Virginia. On May 27, 1957, Ruby Miller was killed with the claw-end of a hammer in Huntington, West Virginia during a burglary of her home. Brunner ...

                                               

Buffalo riot of 1862

The Buffalo Riot of 1862 was a civil disturbance on the afternoon of August 12, 1862 by Irish and German stevedores against local dock bosses. The rioters demanded increased pay and prevented others from working at the old rates. They initially o ...

                                               

Lavinia Burnett

Lavinia Burnett was the first woman to be executed by the state of Arkansas. Born Lavinia May Sharp, she married Virginia native Crawford Burnett on December 29, 1810 in Patrick County. Sometime during 1820s, they moved to Trigg County, Kentucky ...

                                               

Hilma Burt

Hilma Burt was a brothel madam in Storyville, New Orleans during the early twentieth century. This area, originally known as "The District", permitted legalized prostitution from 1897 to 1917 and became possibly the best known area for prostituti ...

                                               

Elizabeth Butchill

Little of Butchills early life is known except that she came from Saffron Walden, Essex. In about 1777, Butchill - unmarried - moved to Cambridge to live with her uncle and aunt, William and Esther Hall. Like her aunt, she worked as a college bed ...

                                               

Murder of Ellie Butler

Ellie Butler was a British girl who was murdered by her father, Ben Butler, on 28 October 2013, at his home in Sutton, London. In February 2007, he was arrested after Ellie Butler was taken to a hospital with head and retinal injuries. Ellie then ...

                                               

Cadena temporal

Cadena temporal and cadena perpetua were legal punishments. Cadena temporal included imprisonment for at least 12 years and one day, in chains, at hard and painful labor; the loss of many basic civil rights; and subjection to lifetime surveillanc ...

                                               

Henry Colin Campbell

Henry Colin Campbell, aka The Torch Murderer, was executed by the State of New Jersey for the murder of Mildred Mowry, whom he met through a personal ad placed with a "matrimonial agency." A career criminal and bigamist whose previous crimes were ...

                                               

Cannabis in Brazil

Cannabis in Brazil is illegal and criminalized, but possession and cultivation of personal amounts and for private use were de-penalized in 2006. Use of cannabis medications is allowed for terminally ill patients or those who have exhausted other ...

                                               

Attina Marie Cannaday

Attina Marie Cannaday was charged with robbery, kidnapping, and homicide. At the time of her trial, she was a sixteen-year-old divorcee, who had married at thirteen and divorced at fourteen. She was convicted in Harrison County Circuit Court of t ...

                                               

Capital punishment in Guernsey

Capital punishment in Guernsey was abolished for murder in 1965 and abolished for all offences in 2003. Prior to abolition, the death penalty had not been used since 1854. The last person to be executed in Guernsey was the English murderer John T ...

                                               

Capital punishment in Jamaica

Capital punishment is a legal penalty in Jamaica. Currently, the only crime punishable by death is aggravated murder. The method of execution is hanging. The last person executed in Jamaica was Nathan Foster, who was convicted of murder and hange ...

                                               

Capital punishment in Syria

Capital punishment is legal in Syria. Current laws allow the death penalty for treason; espionage; murder; arson resulting in death; attempting a death-eligible crime; recidivism for a felony punishable by forced labor for life; political acts an ...

                                               

Capital theft

Capital theft is the name sometimes given to aggravated theft in countries where such a crime is punishable by amputation or death. For instance, the Sudanese criminal code at §170 and 171 defines such a theft as "the unlawful taking of anothers ...

                                               

Capobastone

In a ndrina, the Capobastone make the most important decisions, and report only at the "Capo crimine", the head of the "Crimine". Sometimes he can take the control of all Ndrangheta, but he has to be elected by the various Capibastone.

                                               

Carbine affair

The Carbine affair, also known as the Carbine wives affair, was a joint sting operation between German authorities and their U.S. counterparts in the FBI. On March 10, 1992 in Frankfurt am Main eight people suspected of selling illegal weapons to ...

                                               

Anthony J. Cardarella

Anthony J. "Tiger" Cardarella was a Kansas City, Missouri Cosa Nostra figure who was involved in large-scale fencing operations. Cardarella was the owner of Tigers Records shop on Independence Avenue in Kansas City. He allegedly paid professional ...

                                               

Carder.su

Carder.su is a crime forum and online marketplace specialising in the sale of credit card details and identity theft. Since 2007, Operation Open Market, an operation run by the HSI and the USSS has targeted the site, believed to be operating out ...

                                               

Harvey Carignan

Harvey Louis Carignan is an American serial killer serving a 40-year sentence at the Minnesota Correctional Facility – Faribault for the murders of two women. He had been previously convicted for a 1949 rape and murder he committed while statione ...

                                               

Kendall Carroll

Kendall Carroll was shot March 19, 2013, just two weeks after the fatal Albuquerque Police Department shooting of Parrish Dennison. Kendall and his brother were both involved in an officer stand off. The stand off lasted for more than four hours. ...

                                               

Casa Grande bombing

On November 29, 2012, a bomb placed at the back door of the Casa Grande U.S. Social Security Administration office shook the citys downtown but failed to breach the building. An Iraqi-born convicted felon, Abdullatif A. Aldosary, 47, was charged. ...

                                               

Herman Frank Cash

Herman Frank Cash was suspected to have been a fourth conspirator in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing of 1963.

                                               

Maureen Castaneda

Maureen Castaneda was laid off from Enron and took a box of shredded paper home to use as packing material. She then realized that the papers meant that Enron employees were illegally destroying evidence. She stated the shredding started in 2001 ...

                                               

Jeffrey W. Castelli

Jeffrey W. Castelli is a CIA officer who served as CIA station chief in Rome at the time of the Niger uranium forgeries. His subsequent involvement in the CIA-led kidnapping of Hassan Mustafa Osama Nasr would lead to his subsequent sentencing to ...

                                               

Donald Eugene Chambers

Donald Eugene Chambers was an American Marine and founder of the Bandidos outlaw motorcycle club, in 1966 in Houston, Texas. He created the Bandidos when he returned from deployment. He was convicted of murdering two drug dealers in 1972 and serv ...

                                               

Robert Edward Chambliss

Robert Edward Chambliss, also known as Dynamite Bob, was a white supremacist terrorist convicted in 1977 of murder for his role as conspirator in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in 1963. A member of the United Klans of America, Chambliss a ...

                                               

Chao pho

Chao pho or jao poh literally means" godfather.” Chao pho, mostly based in the provinces, have business interests in both legitimate and criminal activities. Moreover, they have groups of associates and followers, move closely with powerful burea ...

                                               

Michael Harold Chapel

Michael Harold Chapel is a former Gwinnett County Georgia police officer, who was convicted in the murder of fifty-three-year-old Emogene Thompson outside a muffler shop on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in Sugar Hill, Georgia.

                                               

Robert Charles

Robert Charles was an African American living in New Orleans who committed the spree killing of 4 police and 2 civilians, and wounding of over 20 others and sparked a major race riot in 1900; known as the Robert Charles riots.

                                               

Charlestown Mob

The Charlestown Mob was an Irish mob group in Charlestown, which figured prominently in the history of Boston for much of the 20th century. The gang was headed by the McLaughlin brothers and their associates brothers Stevie and Connie Hughes from ...

                                               

Cheltenham torso mystery

The Cheltenham torso mystery began with the discovery of the torso of an unknown man in the River Severn in 1938. Forensic analysis by Sir Bernard Spilsbury suggested that the body was that of Captain Butt of Cheltenham but the case was never off ...

                                               

Raphel Cherry

Raphel Jerome Cherry is a former American football defensive back in the National Football League for the Washington Redskins and the Detroit Lions. He played college football at the University of Hawaii. In 1999, Cherry was convicted of first de ...

                                               

Jacob Chestnut

Jacob Joseph Chestnut, one of two United States Capitol Police officers killed in the line of duty on July 24, 1998, was the first African American, as well as the first person overall, to lie in honor in the United States Capitol. Chestnut is bu ...

                                               

Terry Childs

Terry Childs is a former network administrator, living in Pittsburg, California. He was convicted in 2010 of felony network tampering for refusing to divulge the passwords to San Francisco city and county governments FiberWAN system to his superv ...

                                               

2014 China–Vietnam border shootout

On 18 April 2014, a group of sixteen Chinese citizens, later identified as ethnic Uyghurs, engaged in a shootout with Vietnamese border guards after seizing their guns as they were being detained to be returned to China. Five Uyghurs and two Viet ...

                                               

Chung Ching Yee

The Joe Boys, or JBS, was a Chinese American youth gang founded in the 1960s in San Franciscos Chinatown. Joe Boys was originally known as Joe Fong Boys, after its founder Joe Fong. Fong was a former member of Wah Ching. Most of their members wer ...

                                               

Nick Clatterbuck

Nicholas Alan Clatterbuck is an American murderer. He was a 15-year-old juvenile living in a foster home with his foster parents and their children in Utah County, Utah, United States.

                                               

Eugene Herbert Clay

Eugene Herbert Clay was the mayor of Marietta, Georgia, and one of the ringleaders in the lynching of Leo Frank. He was born in Marietta, Georgia to Senator Alexander S. Clay and Frances White Clay. Clay attended the University of Georgia and the ...

                                               

Michael Clemente

Michael Clemente, was a New York mobster in the Genovese crime family who became a major force in controlling the East River waterfront of Manhattan from the 1940s to 1979. His principal territory was between piers 36 and 42. In 1943, Clemente, w ...

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