Monthly Archives: January 2018

Neerja Bhanot killing: FBI releases age-progressed images of 4 …

WASHINGTON: Over 31 years after the hijacking of a Pan Am plane in Pakistan, the FBI has released new age-progressed images of four wanted suspects in the incident that left 20 people, including Indian flight attendant Neerja Bhanot, dead.

Chandigarh-born Bhanot was the senior flight purser on Pan Am Flight 73 hijacked in Karachi in 1986. She was killed while helping passengers to escape through emergency exits when hijackers opened fire and set off explosives during the 16-hour ordeal.

Using new age-progression technology, FBI technicians created new photos of four alleged Pan Am Flight 73 hijackers.

The bureau hopes the updated images — rendered using Adobe’s Photoshop programme to show what the men might look like now — will generate new leads and encourage anyone with information to contact the FBI directly or submit a tip online.

The

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Neerja Bhanot killing: FBI releases age-progressed images of 4 wanted hijack suspects

WASHINGTON: Over 31 years after the hijacking of a Pan Am plane in Pakistan, the FBI has released new age-progressed images of four wanted suspects in the incident that left 20 people, including Indian flight attendant Neerja Bhanot, dead.

Chandigarh-born Bhanot was the senior flight purser on Pan Am Flight 73 hijacked in Karachi in 1986. She was killed while helping passengers to escape through emergency exits when hijackers opened fire and set off explosives during the 16-hour ordeal.

Using new age-progression technology, FBI technicians created new photos of four alleged Pan Am Flight 73 hijackers.

The bureau hopes the updated images — rendered using Adobe’s Photoshop programme to show what the men might look like now — will generate new leads and encourage anyone with information to contact the FBI directly or submit a tip online.

The

Read More at: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/neerja-bhanot-killing-fbi-releases-age-progressed-images-of-4-wanted-hijack-suspects/articleshow/62574596.cms

Neerja Bhanot killing: FBI releases age-progressed images of 4 …

WASHINGTON: Over 31 years after the hijacking of a Pan Am plane in Pakistan, the FBI has released new age-progressed images of four wanted suspects in the deadly incident that left 20 people, including Indian flight attendant Neerja Bhanot, dead.

Chandigarh-born Bhanot was the senior flight purser on Pan Am Flight 73 hijacked in Karachi in 1986. She was killed while helping passengers to escape through emergency exits when hijackers opened fire and set off explosives during the 16-hour ordeal.

Using new age-progression technology, FBI technicians created new photos of four alleged Pan Am Flight 73 hijackers.

The bureau hopes the updated images — rendered using Adobe’s Photoshop programme to show what the men might look like now — will generate new leads and encourage anyone with information to contact the FBI directly

Read More at: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/neerja-bhanot-killing-fbi-releases-age-progressed-images-of-4-wanted-hijack-suspects/articleshow/62570439.cms

FBI releases age-processed pictures of four 1986 Pan Am hijacking suspects

Four of the five attackers aboard Pan Am Flight 73 who hijacked the plane during an airport stopover in Karachi, which resulted in the deaths of 20 passengers and crew-FBI website

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has released age-processed photos of four alleged suspects in the 1986 Pan Am Flight 73 hijacking in Karachi, in which at least 20 people were killed and around 150 injured.

“The FBI is hoping to generate new leads with the release of new age-progressed images of four alleged hijackers involved in a 1986 attack in Pakistan that killed two Americans,” a statement by the agency said.

Five attackers hijacked Pan Am Flight 73 during a stopover in Karachi on September 5, 1986. A subsequent military operation resulted in the capture of the terrorists and deaths of at least passengers and crew. 

The suspects — Zayd Hassan

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‘Assassination of Gianni Versace’ Fact vs. Fiction: What ‘American Crime Story’ Season 2 Got Right

The People v. OJ Simpson fans hoping for another compelling retelling of a high-profile ‘90s with The Assassination of Gianni Versace weren’t disappointed, if the enthusiastic live-tweeting is to be believed.

The second season of American Crime Story, Ryan Murphy’s true crime anthology series, didn’t waste any time with its Wednesday night premiere: Serial killer Andrew Cunanan (Darren Criss) shoots down the 50-year-old the Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace (Édgar Ramírez) in the first eight minutes. The rest of the “The Man Who Would Be Vogue” (written by Tom Rob Smith and directed by Murphy), shifts between the ensuing police chase and flashbacks to an encounter Cunanan had with Versace seven years prior. The episode introduces Gianni’s devoted younger sister, Donatella (Penélope Cruz), who will inherit the business, and his longtime boyfriend, Antonio D’Amico (Ricky Martin).

Younger viewers may not recall the details of this infamous murder, or,

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Hunting a CIA Mole, Agents Gambled and Let a Suspect Return to China

His apprehension, on the same single charge that could have been brought years ago, is the latest development in one of the most damaging affairs in modern C.I.A. history. But it does nothing to settle the question of how or whether Mr. Lee was involved. For years, he was the prime suspect in a mole hunt, but officials disagreed over whether he was actually to blame.

One government official said there was no plan at the moment to charge Mr. Lee with espionage, handing over American secrets to the Chinese or anything beyond the one felony count of illegally possessing classified information. That would leave open the mystery of how China managed to unravel the C.I.A.’s web of informants.

Neither the F.B.I. nor the Justice Department would discuss this high-stakes back story on Wednesday. “This is an example of the system working,” said Ian

Read More at: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/17/world/asia/jerry-lee-cia-china-mole-hunt-suspect.html

How to Watch ‘Assassination of Gianni Versace’ and What to Know For ‘American Crime Story’ Season 2

The second season of American Crime Story is finally here, with even more crime than the first. 

As with The People v. OJ Simpson, showrunner Ryan Murphy takes viewers through a high-profile crime from the 1990s with The Assassination of Gianni Versace. The first episode of the nine-episode series opens with the famed fashion designer’s murder and icludes emotional breakdowns, a high-stakes police chase and Darren Criss in his underwear.

In other words, this premiere is not to be missed. Here’s what you need to know to catch The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story tonight. 

darren-criss-american-crime-story-2 ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ gets its titular murder out of the way in the first eight minutes of episode one. Jeff Daly/FX

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FBI’s Most Wanted: The Revealing Stories Behind the Men the FBI Is Searching For

The FBI’s Most Wanted List has evolved and changed quite a bit since the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List” was started in 1950. Since then, the Bureau’s website reports, 483 of the 517 people wanted for heinous crimes have been apprehended. But what’s more fascinating than the crimes these people committed, are the stories behind them.

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Here is a look at the Top 10 list created in November 2017, and some of the most notorious names to ever be placed on it.

Robert William Fisher — added to the Most Wanted list in 2002

Fisher's mugshot. He is still on the loose. | Altavisionmedia via YouTube

Fisher made his way onto the FBI’s “Top Ten” list for allegedly murdering his wife and two children, then blowing up their home in Scottsdale, Arizona. Read More at: https://www.cheatsheet.com/health-fitness/fbi-most-wanted-revealing-stories-behind-men-fbi-searching-for.html/?a=viewall