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Cleveland Police Increase Pacers vs .

Cavaliers Security Due to Facebook Killer

Timothy RappFeatured Columnist1April 17, 2017

The Cleveland Cavaliers2 will have increased security for Monday night’s Game 2 matchup against the Indiana Pacers3 with the “Facebook killer” still at large, according to Kevin Johnson4 of USA Today.

“People probably won’t notice anything different, but for every one uniformed officer there will probably be three (plainclothes officers) roaming through the crowd to look for anything unusual,” said Stephen Loomis, the president of the Cleveland police union.

“We have all the usual security plans in place for the Cavs game and above that,” Cleveland police chief Calvin Williams added. “Everybody will be safe coming to the Cavs game.”

Steve Stephens, the alleged Facebook killer, is the subject of a national manhunt after he uploaded a video to Facebook that showed Robert Godwin Sr . being shot in the head and killed in Cleveland on Sunday afternoon, according to Emily Shapiro5 of ABC News.

Stephens claimed to have committed additional murders, according to police, though no other victims have been found . He is being pursued on the charge of aggravated murder.

The Cavaliers and Pacers are set to play at Quicken Loans Arena on Monday night at 7 p.m .

ET in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference first-round playoff series .

The Cavaliers won Game 1, 109-108.


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Venezuela security forces battle anti-Maduro protesters

CARACAS Venezuelan security forces quelled masked protesters with tear gas, water cannons and pepper spray in Caracas on Tuesday after blocking an opposition rally against socialist President Nicolas Maduro.

The clashes began after authorities closed subway stations, set up checkpoints and cordoned off a square where opponents had planned their latest protest against autocratic government and a crippling economic crisis.

In cat-and-mouse skirmishes on backstreets and highways around the capital, youths built barricades, burnt trash and hurled rocks and bottles at soldiers and police . Various opposition leaders organised roadblocks.

Police used pepper spray on National Assembly head Julio Borges, two-time presidential candidate Henrique Capriles and rights activist Lilian Tintori, as they led protesters onto highways and jostled at barricades, witnesses said.

Opposition activists said armed pro-government gangs joined the fray and opened fire. “About 50-100 guys arrived on bike and started to shoot in the air,” protester Bernardo Sanchez told local media, saying a bullet had lodged in his thigh.

In one street, kneeling women sang the national anthem as neighbours banged pots and pans from nearby buildings in a show of anger against a government they blame for a deep recession that has led to shortages of food and basics.

“We’re going to get rid of them but we have to fight,” said Jose Zapata, 57, an electrician, as he marched with a stick in his hand.

Overlooking one wide avenue, some pro-Maduro residents in a state housing project threw trash onto protesters below.

With thousands out on both sides, supporters of the 54-year-old president organised their own rally, in a volatile scenario seen constantly during the 18 years of leftist rule in the South American nation.

“They want an intervention in Venezuela,” said Prisons Ministry worker Juan Aponte, 34, who wore the red colours of the ruling Socialist Party.

Protests also were staged in other cities and more are planned across the country for Thursday.

The government accuses opposition parties of abetting a U.S.-led plot to topple Maduro, who has ruled Venezuela since the 2013 death of Hugo Chavez.


Tensions have soared in the oil-producing country’s long-running political standoff after the pro-Maduro Supreme Court last week annulled the opposition-led congress’ functions.

Although the court retracted that ruling over the weekend, the National Assembly remains powerless due to previous court judgement.

The renewed instability sent Venezuelan bonds lower, with the benchmark 2027 paper’s price down 4.4 percent.

Foreign pressure on Maduro has risen as opposition protests resumed late last week.

“Here the world can see the dictatorial path Mr . Maduro has chosen,” Capriles said.

Maduro says the U.S . government and other foes are whipping up hysteria against him to lay the ground for a coup.

“From the north (the United States), they give the order to the defeated fascist right of Venezuela to fill the streets with violence and blood,” Maduro said on state TV.

“In Caracas, in Venezuela, peace has triumphed once again.”

Maduro’s administration is particularly furious with Organization of American States head Luis Almagro, who is leading regional condemnation.

The regional bloc on Monday urged Venezuela to restore congress’ authority and guarantee separation of powers, but Venezuela’s representative walked out, as did the envoy from fellow leftist Bolivia, which holds the OAS presidency.

“The OAS has surpassed itself in aggression against Venezuela,” Maduro said late on Monday. “It is a real court of inquisition, carrying out abuses and vulgarities.”

Venezuela’s opposition won a National Assembly majority in late 2015 but the Supreme Court has overturned almost all its measures.

Due to the chaos in Caracas, the legislature postponed until Wednesday a session to censure the “rupture” of Venezuela’s constitution . Legislators also plan this week to start proceedings to remove Supreme Court judges but that would only be a symbolic rebuke since congress has no power to act.

(Additional reporting by Diego Ore, Carlos Rawlins, Eyanir Chinea and Andrew Cawthorne; Writing by Andrew Cawthorne; Editing by Bill Trott, Toni Reinhold)

Windsor Castle anti-terror security ramped up for Changing of Guard to prevent copycat attacks after London rampage

Security has been ramped up around Windsor Castle1 ahead of the Changing of the Guard ceremony following the Westminster terror attack2.

Barriers were put in place around the royal residence in Berkshire on Monday to support existing road closures, Thames Valley Police3 said.

The force said the changes were proportionate and necessary but that there was no specific threat to Windsor . Assistant Chief Constable Dave Hardcastle said: While there is no intelligence to indicate a specific threat to Windsor, recent events in Westminster clearly highlight the need for extra security measures to be introduced.

The barriers are in response to last weeks’ attack Large yellow steel structures have been placed outside Buckingham Palace Specialist security barriers are put up around Windsor Castle as security is stepped up after the terror attack at Westminster

The force believes that it is proportionate and necessary to put in place extra security measures to further protect and support the public and the guard change.

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The national threat level remains severe, which it has been since 2014, and I would urge the public to be alert to the threat of terror attacks but not alarmed, and to remain vigilant. The colourful military spectacle takes place at Windsor Castle on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in March.

An armed police officer guards an entrance to Windsor Castle, An armed police officer guards an entrance to the castle Security barriers placed near Windsor Castle in anticipation of March’s series of Changing Guards ceremonies The security barriers are being put up after Khalid Masood killed four

Evil terrorist Khalid Masood4 killed three as he careered across Westminster Bridge last week at speeds of up 76mph.

He then then fatally stabbed a police officer before being shot dead.

Large yellow steel structured have been placed at Buckingham Palace gates The gates are part of a bid to stop lone wolf attackers Security is being ramped up around royal site

As he smashed into dozens of passers-by, police have worked out the exact speed at each stage of his 82 second terror mission5 . And it was also revealed that his Hyundai rental car had been seen in the area around Westminster shortly before the horrendous attack. It remains unclear if he was carrying out a dry run or just surveying the roads before his rampage.

Police have insisted there was no evidence of any links between Masood, 52, and either ISIS or al-Qaeda.

Prime Minister among hundreds of moving floral tributes as Parliament reopens its gates6

The Met said it was also speculation to suggest Masood had been radicalised while in prison. Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said: His methods appear to be based on low sophistication, low tech, low cost techniques copied from other attacks, and echo the rhetoric of IS leaders in terms of methodology and attacking police and civilians, but I have no evidence or information at this time that he discussed this with others.

Khalid Masood was shot dead by cops Tributes are laid on the bridge

Mr Basu also said there was also no evidence Masood was radicalised in prison in 2003. He said Masood had not been a subject of interest or part of the current domestic or international threat picture for either the security service or counter-terrorism policing.

He added: I know when, where and how Masood committed his atrocities, but now I need to know why . Most importantly so do the victims and families.

Mother of Westminster terror attacker Khalid Masood says she ‘shed many tears’ for his victims in emotional statement7

Mr Basu said Masood s communications on March 22 were a main line of inquiry and appealed for people who were in contact with him to come forward. He said: There has been much speculation about who Masood was in contact with immediately prior to the attack.

All I will say on this point is that Masood s communications that day are a main line of inquiry.

If you heard from him on March 22, please come forward now, the information you have may prove important to establishing his state of mind.

Kurt Cochran was killed on a trip to London from the US

He added: I know when, where and how Masood committed his atrocities, but now I need to know why . Most importantly, so do the victims and families. Masood s victims were PC Keith Palmer, 48, Kurt Cochran, 54, Aysha Frade, who was in her 40s and worked at a London sixth-form college and retired window cleaner Leslie Rhodes, 75, from south London

Over 734,000 has been raised for the widow and children of murdered PC Palmer in four days.

The crowdfunding page on JustGiving raised 734,953 from 34,513 people after it was set up by Stephen Redgewell of the Metropolitan Police Federation.

Family of US tourist killed in London terror attack thanks supporters as his injured wife’s condition “steadily improves”8

It reached 293 per cent of its target of 250,000 before the appeal was closed at just before noon today. Mr Redgewell said: Thank you everyone for your kind words and donations.

PC Keith Palmer was killed tackling Masood

The appeal has raised far more than anyone could have ever imagined.

We have decided that it is time to close the Just Giving appeal for Keith, but any donations can still be made via the HSBC account or by post. Among the last to make donations were Hala El-sayed who gave 20 and said: Keith, you are unsung soldier .

Your place will be in heaven.

You have showed such bravery in trying to do your duties unarmed it is an act of decency that donation goes fully to your wife & daughter.

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