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The victims told authorities similar stories: of a person they did not know saying, and in some cases proving, he had nude images and making demands as a result. The stalker claimed to have 1,000 photographs of one woman, the complaint said. When she asked, “Why are you doing this to me?” the response was, “I told you I’ll answer any questions after you Skype.” As an FBI agent was speaking by phone to this young woman, she logged onto her Instagram account to find it populated by nude pictures of her, the complaint said. A few young women apparently complied with the demands for a Skype session. The man promised not to record the sessions and he made it look like he was erasing the nude pictures of them. One such session was found on the suspect’s phone, police said. Foul-mouthed hacker hijacks baby monitor Investigators examining e-mail exchanges found one in which an alleged victim wrote she was downloading Skype and pleading, “Please remember im only 17. Have a heart.” “I’ll tell you this right now! I do NOT have a heart!!!” he wrote back, per the complaint. “However I do stick to my deals! Also age doesn’t mean a thing to me.” Authorities executed a search warrant at Abrahams’ home on June 4, at which time he “voluntarily agreed to speak” with a pair of FBI agents. Describing himself in that interview as a college freshman who was good with computers, the complaint said, he admitted using malware and his expertise to “watch his victims change their clothes and … use the photographs against them.” Abrahams further admitted the e-mail accounts, VPN, domain names or other pieces of the electronic puzzle that investigators used to build a case were his, according to the criminal complaint. Outside the court Thursday, Abrahams’ lawyer Alan Eisner said that his client’s family feels “profound regret and remorse” over what happened. He told CNN affiliate KTLA that Abrahams is autistic.
I didn’t know they didn’t have hand brakes, and I couldn’t slow down. President Moulton yelled out; “Colin, you’ve got to pedal backwards!” Definitely saved me from crashing.” SGA President 2012-2013 Parker Chastain says Moulton was by definition, a champion. “President Moulton was always a fighter. From his pursuit of state funding to his battle with cancer. He never stopped being a champion for the students of South.He truly cared about this University, and not only made it what it is today but set it on a course to grow into something even greater.” Current SGA President Riley Davis seeks prayers for his family. “”It has been such an honor to be part of the institution in which President Gordon Moulton helped build. President Moulton has been such an inspiration to myself as a student and a student leader. I know that he has touched many lives through South Alabama and will continue to inspire students across generations. I ask the Jaguar family and the Mobile community to keep Mrs. Geri Moulton and the Moulton family in your thoughts and prayers.” Faculty senate remembers “The faculty of South are today united in their grief for President Moulton and in their concern and affection for Mrs. Moulton.
USA student government leaders, faculty senate mourn loss of Gordon Moulton
DOMINUS is registered as a biopesticide, a pesticide based on natural materials, and is the first biofumigant created for use on both conventional and organic farms. DOMINUS has been submitted to the U.S. Department of Agriculture for addition to the National Organic Programs list of approved substances for organic crop production. The company expects NOP approval by 2015. DOMINUS is based on Isagros patented technology and contains the active ingredient allyl isothiocyanate (AITC), a compound created as a natural defense by plants (from glucosinolate and myrosinase interaction) and known commonly as oil of mustard. AITC was first registered by the EPA in 1962 and has been in continuous use in a variety of products including pesticides for more than 50 years. Oil of mustard is also a flavoring agent and is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and listed as Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS). DOMINUS is effective and versatile and will be a welcome addition to the growers crop protection tools, said Alessandro Mariani, Isagro USA President. We are very proud to deliver DOMINUS as the first product fully developed by our USA team, capable of addressing many of the challenges facing growers today. Because DOMINUS is a biopesticide based on natural plant defenses, it is considered to be inherently less toxic and therefore allows for greater ease of use than conventional fumigants. DOMINUS is applied using conventional equipment and can be applied with tractor mounted shank injection or diluted in drip injection equipment. DOMINUS gives greater control back into the hands of the grower, said Mike Allan, Global Product Manager for DOMINUS.