“Right now I have no evidence to suggest that he was in any way armed,” Torrez said. “The fact that we haven’t charged it (shooting charge) today doesn’t mean it will not be charged.”
Torrez filed four new charges against Baca for unlawful carrying of a firearm and battery for allegedly assaulting three women before the shooting.
*Tam Yiu-chung, the city’s sole delegate on the National People’s Congress Standing Committee says Beijing has jurisdiction in certain instances
*Cases involving foreign interference could see people sent across border to stand trial
*Designer Riyo Chan posted personal information about an officer and his family on Facebook during protests last year
*While insisting court orders must be followed, judge also recognises Chan promptly removed the details and showed genuine remorse
Masterson is accused of raping a 23-year-old woman between January and December 2001, according to the complaint. In April 2003, he is accused of raping a 28-year-old woman. And sometime between October and December of 2003, he is accused of raping a 23-year-old woman he had invited to his home.
According to the complaint, Scientology forbids its members from contacting police to report a crime committed by any of its other members. The plaintiffs also allege that the phones in certain church facilities are incapable of dialing 911, and victims are generally blamed for any sexual assaults.
Indeed, Xinhua—which naturally has an intimate relationship with the state—made the surveillance aspect explicit in the opener of its article on the new OS.
“After concerns about US surveillance and a monopoly probe of Microsoft, there is some good news for China’s homegrown operating system (OS): a desktop version may be ready in October,” the agency wrote.
It’s not immediately apparent that the Windows 8 ban and subsequent development of China’s own OS are direct responses to the NSA leaks, but as a whole, both are certainly indicative of the long-deteriorating relationship between the two countries when it comes to cyberespionage.
“It is exceptionally important for U.S. companies to be at the table. Being forced to cede their seat at the table to the likes of Huawei no less, was in nobody’s interest, except the Chinese,” Naomi Wilson, senior director of policy for Asia at ITI, told CNBC. “The last thing we want to see is unintended consequence that negatively affects U.S. companies’ competitiveness.”