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About Msig

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  • Birthday 04/28/1988

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  1. Over 1,000 Danish children and youngsters have been charged by the police with sharing a sex video involving a 15-year-old girl and several boys. The many defendants face charges of distributing child pornography as part of a co-ordinated police effort that dates back to 2015 and goes by the name of ‘Operation Umbrella’. “It’s a very big and complex case that has taken a long time to investigate, not least because of the large number of people charged,” said Lau Thygesen, a police inspector with North Zealand Police who is the lead investigator on the case. “We’ve taken the case very seriously as it has had serious consequences for those involved because of how the material has been spread. And it must be stopped.” The majority of those charged have shared the video a couple of times, but there are some who have shared it hundreds of times. Serious ramifications The police action is the largest in Danish history involving the sharing of offensive images of children. Those found guilty face conditional sentences of around 20 days in prison, while the conviction will go on their criminal record for at least two years. They will also spend at least ten years on the child offence registry – which would bar them from working in jobs relating to children, such as teaching, sports coaching etc. The case began in 2015 when Facebook received reports that two video sequences and an image containing sexual material involving individuals under the age of 18 were being shared among young people on the chat-platform Messenger. The material continued to be shared until late 2017 before Facebook informed the US authorities, which passed the info on to Europol, which in turn alerted the Danish police. The North Zealand police district had the highest number of people charged with 286, followed by Copenhagen (183), Copenhagen’s Western Suburbs (151) and East Jutland (77). There was even one person charged in Greenland. http://cphpost.dk/news/over-a-thousand-danish-youths-charged-for-sharing-sex-video.html
  2. Not officially, but the math has been done. Hillary will have to win both Arizona, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, and Wisconsin in order to become President, and Trump is currently leading in 3 of those states..
  3. 9 November 1938: Night of Broken Glass 9 November 1989: Fall of the Berlin Wall 9 November 2016: Donald Trump is declared winner of the US presidential election
  4. Just in: Season 7 of American Horror Story, called "Trump", is set to premiere on 20 January. It will consist of 1,095 episodes lasting 24 hours each.
  5. I woke up at 4 a.m. local time (10 p.m. ET) to watch the results coming in. I'm so sad and scared at the moment! And I don't even live in the US! Can't even imagine how it must feel like for all of you living over there. Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide No escape from reality
  6. Until now, the Faroe Islands (a self-governing Danish province) has been the only Nordic territory to not recognize any form of same-sex unions. Now, however, the Faroese parliament has legalized civil same-sex marriages. The law will come into effect on 1 July. The Church of the Faroe Islands, which is orthodox Lutheran, continues to not recognize same-sex unions. Discuss!
  7. One of my friends comes from Lahore. Lilholt none of his family members were near the park when the bomb went off.
  8. Horrible news.. The death toll has now been raised to 34 (14 at the airport, 20 on the Metro). At least 140 people have been injured.
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