venerdì 29 aprile 2016

Maryse Liburdi arrested by the FBI in rome

no one  of American media broke the news. I translate it for friends

Yesterday afternoon in Rome was arrested Maryse Liburdi, ex-wife of the player of Virtus Cassino Mauro Liburdi. The two had been divorced for over a year, much before it was issued the warrant of arrest of the American judge on the woman hung in fact an international arrest warrant.

The crime of which she is accused is aggravated computer fraud. Known and respected internationally as an expert level of economy and finances Maryse Liburdi, Thomas maiden, is accused of fraud worth millions to partners, lenders and investors. To give credibility to her work there was Pokeware, a technology company she founded in 1997.

In America Maryse was fugitive in 2015, but had managed to absconding, to become a ghost, hiding in Rome itself. Only yesterday afternoon, thanks to Interpol in Rome, the FBI and the Tax Police of the Guardia di Finanza in Rome, was captured while she was in the Parioli neighborhood Piazza Euclide.

Born in New York in 1971, the Liburdi was a frequent guest on international television programs including Fox News, CNBC and Bloomberg Television. He had intervened event TEDxLuiss of Rome in 2015, talking about her vision of a society in which people are aware of their actions on the net. Now is in Rebibbia waiting to be extradited to America.



Raffica di ricorsi contro il M5S. A portare in tribunale Beppe Grillo e il suo Movimento decine e decine di espulsi pronti alla guerra a colpi di carta bollata pur di rientrare nel M5S dopo esserne stati cacciati. Una sorta di 'class action' che, partita da tre romani che hanno visto il tribunale capitolino dar loro ragione, si sta propagando come un'onda, da un estremo all'altro dell'Italia...


More than one million Armenians perished as the result of execution, starvation, disease, the harsh environment, and physical abuse. A people who lived in eastern Turkey for nearly 3,000 years [more than double the amount of time the invading Islamic Turks had occupied Anatolia, now known as “Turkey”] lost its homeland and was profoundly decimated in the first large-scale genocide of the twentieth century. At the beginning of 1915 there were some two million Armenians within Turkey; today there are fewer than 60,000…. Despite the vast amount of evidence that points to the historical reality of the Armenian Genocide, eyewitness accounts, official archives, photographic evidence, the reports of diplomats, and the testimony of survivors, denial of the Armenian Genocide by successive regimes in Turkey has gone on from 1915 to the present.