Last night while going home, I tried to take some photos of the church near the parking garage, I always am recording stuff just for fun and I happen to take some stills because the exposure was not working out correctly and looking back at the photos I found this triangle shaped object or three objects in a triangle shape. This is one of the better UFO sightings that I have captured so far.
Thieves used bins to take tools into Hatton Garden and to hide stolen jewels, cctv reveals
By Nicola Harley 11:49PM BST 10 Apr 2015
The first cctv footage has emerged of the Hatton Garden gem heist gang using wheelie bins to smuggle their tools into the building and the jewels out.
It is believed the gang, made up of at least six people, made two separate visits to the vaults and worked through the night, in cctv images obtained by the Mirror.
The suspects dressed as workmen wearing high-visibility jackets, with Gas written on the back, and hard hats and arrived and left in a white van.
The raiders used a specialist £3,500 Hilti DD350 diamond coring drill to boor their way through a two-metre thick reinforced concrete wall in the basement, home to the Hatton Garden Safety Deposit company’s vault.
Once inside they forced open 70 safety deposit boxed containing jewels worth up to £200m.
Scotland Yard admitted that police failed to respond to a burglar alarm during the heist last weekend.
Insurance experts have warned the police may face compensation claims running into millions.
Jewellers have said they may sue the police for alleged incompetence and insurers could also take civil action against them to recoup losses.
The Met confirmed that its Central Communications Command received a report shortly after midnight on Good Friday stating that an intruder alarm had gone off.
It was passed to the Met's dispatch team, but for some reason the incident was categorised as not requiring a response.
An investigation has been launched to determine why that decision was made.
That Jewel Heist was funny as heck Fortunately Bankers do it without diamond tip drills..they just reduce savings interest rates to negative. Then they buy hard physical assets like coins, collectibles , gold and diamonds, and stick it back in the private vaults
Moments ago NBC and various news wires reported that the US Capitol was on lockdown following reports of a suicide on the west front of the building.
According to NBC, the U.S. Capitol and the Capitol Visitors Center is on lockdown amid police activity on the scene, according to the U.S. Senate Sergeant at Arms Office.
The package found on the lower West Terrace of the Capitol Building. he suspected shooter was "neutralized," police said, adding that they were investigating a suspicious package found on the lower West Terrace of the Capitol Building.
Officials told NBC News that it appears a man killed himself on the West Front of the Capitol Building, and the suspicious package was his suitcase. "There are no indications at this point of terrorism," said one federal official. The investigation is in its early stages as authorities work to find the man's car.
Frank Thorp, a NBC News producer and reporter, said Capitol staff has been instructed to shelter in place after reports of a man shooting himself in the vicinity of the Capitol. A DC Alerts notification said police were conducting a suicide investigation in the 100 block of Pennsylvania Avenue.
AP quotes Kimberly Schneider of the Capitol Police says in a statement that the suspected shooter has been "neutralized," but there is no immediate explanation what that means.
She also says the Capitol Police are investigating a suspicious package on the lower west terrace of the building.
No one is being allowed to enter or exit the Capitol and the visitors center.
Don't worry about the inhabitants of the Capitol though: Congress has been on spring break for two weeks because life is difficult when US legislators tell the Fed "to get to work".
What is unclear is how if the man who allegedly shot himself, and who according to Breaking News was a protester, was also subsequently "neutralized" by police.
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Sisters make it through enlisted Marine infantry training
By Hope Hodge Seck Staff writer 4:36 p.m. EDT April 11, 2015
It all started with a lucky visit to Smoothie King.
Sgt. Zonell Westfield, a Marine recruiter, prided himself on being able to find future Marines everywhere, and when he saw 18-year-old Kendra Hazelwood working behind the counter on a fall day in 2013, he couldn't resist handing her a business card.
"I've got the eye for a Marine," he told her.
That exchange would set off a chain of events that would result in what appears to be a historic first for the Marine Corps: two sisters successfully completing enlisted infantry training as part of a small group of female volunteers given that opportunity. Kendra accomplished this in the fall of 2014. Her older sister, Chelsa Hazelwood, graduated from Infantry Training Battalion on March 19.
Three weeks after Westfield's visit to Smoothie King, Kendra Hazelwood walked into his recruiting office in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
"I've been looking at your card every day," she said, according to Westfield. "I can't stop thinking about it."
It was those moments that made all the pressures and frustrations of recruiting worthwhile, Westfield said.
"I tell [the recruiters I train], 'You can't be afraid. You've got to go out there, and you've got to ask everybody because you never know,'" he said. "When [Kendra] walked in there that day, just all that hard work and getting turned down, it made up for all that."
A CrossFit athlete in peak physical condition, Kendra, now a lance corporal, said she had always harbored a dream of being a Marine. When she took her Initial Strength Test at the recruiting station, it became clear she wasn't just any recruit.
With an 11-minute mile-and-half run, 85-second flexed-arm hang, and 144 crunches, she was the fittest woman ever to take the test at that station. A year and a half later, her name is still on the station's "hall of fame" board as the women's record holder — in every single fitness category.
Kendra said she was determined to take the toughest route available to her.
"I'd rather be in the suck then sitting back doing nothing," she told Marine Corps Times via email.