It’s strange that people keep attempting crimes like these. To me it seems obvious that it is roughly impossible to get away. These days everything, well A LOT is monitored. And if you get away with stealing it’s probably because they’re interested in your methods.
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I guess best in a case like this is if the suspect keeps claiming innocence yet is deemed dangerous you should have empathic people/empaths live around her for a time to get some indication of how (emotionally) stable she is and what type of person she is.
Instead of the current prison system this should also be the case for convicted people, the put away in a prison system that our societies use doesn’t work.
Punishment should be focussed on getting to know the individual and trying to make sure that she doesn’t repeat the crime or another crime, either by improving their character and or putting them in a better environment and or making it roughly impossible to commit such crimes. (aka living away from potential victims on some prison island etc)
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Cellphones, one of our supposed proudest achievements. Yet our worst enemy. Possibly.


The World Health Organization recently revealed the radiation levels emitted from common cell phones to be "possibly carcinogenic." The new findings put phones in the same category as DDT and car exhaust.

The amount of radio frequency energy that your body absorbs from your cell phone is measured by its Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The units are measured in watts per kilogram, and each phone in the U.S. must have an SAR of lower than 1.6 to pass clearance.

We’ll take a look at the highest- and lowest-emitting smartphones currently still for sale in the U.S. nowadays. If you’re looking for a phone that’s not on our list, CNET has a very thorough cell phone radiation level database that covers non-smartphones and phones no longer being sold.

You’ll also notice that some popular handsets such as BlackBerrys and the venerable iPhone haven’t made the list. That’s because they’re all…

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this system is pathetic, but then again that’s statism, a dying statist society
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