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• Delete your account. That’s what Jim Carrey says Facebook users should do, as the actor and comedian looks to pull the mask off fake news. The star of Ace Ventura: Pet Detective and The Mask said on Twitter on Tuesday that he’s dumping his Facebook stock and deleting his page because the social media giant profited from Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election via spreading false news with Russian origins, and says the company is still not doing enough to stop it. The 56-year-old Carrey encouraged other investors and users to do the same. He ended his tweet with the hashtag “unfriendfacebook.” Facebook has not responded to Carrey’s tweet, but founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said stemming the flow of misinformation is among the company’s foremost goals.

• Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he

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Lafayette man faces additional charges for having child pornography

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Joshua James Kelp has resided at the Tippecanoe County Jail since Aug. 31, where he awaits trial on a child exploitation charge for his alleged pornography collections.

Now he faces seven additional charges that were filed Thursday.

Prosecutors filed three additional counts of child exploitation and four counts of possession of child pornography.

These charges come after additional investigation by the prosecutor’s office.

The case started in June when the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children alerted investigators here that child pornography was being uploaded to a gmail account reportedly tied to a local person. The center also passed along additional tips last summer, according to the probable cause affidavit.

Police tracked that account to Kelp and searched the electronics inside his Pheasant Run Apartment,

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Former principal faces sentencing on child porn charges

A former Kentucky high school principal is awaiting his child pornography sentence on federal charges related to uploading nude images, including pictures of a student whose cellphone he confiscated.

Stephen Kyle Goodlett will be sentenced Thursday in Louisville. Goodlett pleaded guilty last year to transporting and possessing child pornography in an agreement that calls for a nine-year sentence.

Goodlett was a respected community leader and churchgoer, but prosecutors said he covertly searched the confiscated student cellphones of teenage girls for nude photos and saved them to thumb drives to be viewed, uploaded and traded on the internet.

Goodlett taught at Elizabethtown High School south of Louisville and then was principal of LaRue County High School for three years until he was fired in 2016 after being charged in state court with more than 60 counts of child pornography. Those state charges are still pending.

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Lansing man arrested, faces child porn charges

LANSING, Mich (WLNS) – A Lansing man has been arrested and charged with a variety of crimes related to child pornography.

Corey Hernandez, 22, was arrested Thursday at the Ingham County Jail.

Hernandez has been charged with two counts of using a computer to commit a crime, one count of accosting a child for immoral purposes and three counts of child sexually abusive material possession.

The investigation by the Michigan State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the Ingham County Probation Department stemmed from a probation check of Hernandez’s personal electronic devices.

During the check, multiple internet capable devices were seized.

If convicted, Hernandez faces up to seven years in prison for each count of using a computer to commit a crime, four years for accosting a child for immoral purposes and four years for each count of child sexually abusive material possession.

Hernandez was arraigned and issued a $30,000 cash bond.

There are

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Fox Crossing Municipal Judge Len Kachinsky faces harassment allegations

FOX CROSSING – A court clerk was granted a temporary restraining order Tuesday against Municipal Judge Len Kachinsky, who is accused of harassing her since last spring.

The filing comes in the midst of a Wisconsin Judicial Commission investigation into Kachinsky’s conduct relating to his clerk and a civil case he filed against the village late last year to stop the administration from requiring that a third person be present when he meets with the clerk.

“I have become so fearful of him that I am constantly looking over my shoulder to see if the Judge is around,” the clerk, whom USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin is not naming, wrote in an affidavit filed in Kachinsky’s civil case.

Kachinsky, who came under intense criticism for his handling of the Brendan Dassey case that was featured

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Forensic artists give faces to the faceless

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January 31, 2018 08:21:36

An artist works on a sculpture of a human face.
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Forensic artist Joe Mullins works on reconstructing a face from a skull. (Supplied: Emily J. Mullins)

Some art students hone their craft using life models or pieces of fruit, but at one New York school they’re using the skulls of eight men who died trying to cross the US-Mexico border.

The skulls, found in Arizona and presumed to be the remains of undocumented migrants, date back to

Read more at: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-01-31/forensic-artists-gives-faces-to-the-unidentified/9369988

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January 31, 2018 08:21:36

An artist works on a sculpture of a human face.
Photo:

Forensic artist Joe Mullins works on reconstructing a face from a skull. (Supplied: Emily J. Mullins)

Some art students hone their craft using life models or pieces of fruit, but at one New York school they’re using the skulls of eight men who died trying to cross the US-Mexico border.

The skulls, found in Arizona and presumed to be the remains of undocumented migrants, date back to

Read more at: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-01-31/forensic-artists-gives-faces-to-the-unidentified/9369988

Sculptors use 3D printed skulls to reconstruct faces of unidentified US-Mexico border victims

Jan 18, 2018 | By Benedict

Students at the New York Academy of Art have attempted to reconstruct the faces of eight unidentified men found dead on the US-Mexico border. The artists hope their reconstructions, made with clay using 3D printed replicas of the victims’ skulls, will help identify the victims.

Many of those who attempt to cross the desert border between Mexico and the United States never make it to the other side—not because they get caught, but because they die of dehydration, heat stroke, or hypothermia. Since the year 2000, 1,004 people have been found dead in Pima County, Arizona, almost 200 of whom have never been identified.

Eight of those unidentified bodies could soon have a better chance of being named and returned to their families, because students at the New York Academy of Art have used 3D printing and clay sculpting to put human faces on the unrecognizable skulls. It marks

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Giving Faces to the Unnamed Dead: Reconstructing the Identities of Bodies Found on US-Mexico Border with 3D …






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Despite the fact that, overall, the number of migrants entering illegally across the southern border of the US declined in 2017, deaths among that population have increased sharply from the year before. This is a number that is difficult to tally, obviously, but the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has estimated that there were 234 deaths in the first seven months of 2017, while the US Border Patrol reports a drop of nearly 50% in the number of migrants apprehended crossing the border. A contributing cause to

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