Learning More About Bombing Suspect As Internet Search History Released


COURT FOR A HEARING THURSDAY. MORE FUNERALS WILL BE HELD IN PITTSBURGH TOMORROW. NEW DETAILS ON THE SUSPECTED MAIL BOMBER, CAESAR, TWITTER ACKNOWLEDGING IT SHOULD ARE BEEN BETTER IN POLICING HIS ACIVETY ON THE PLATFORM, IN RESPONSE TO AN ANALYSIS BY CNN REPORTERS THAT HE MADE AT LEAST 240 THREATS AGAINST PUBLIC FIGURES ON TWITTER, THAT INCLUDES FOUR THREATS TO PARKLAND SHOOTER SURVIVOR, DAVID HOG. TWITTER SAYS IT WILL IMPROVE ITS REPORTING PROCESS OF INAPPROPRIATE TWEETS AND WILL USE NEW TECHNOLOGY TO DETECT ABUSIVE CONTENT. ALSO, WE OBTAINED A LETTER TO THE U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE SENT TO THE JUDGE IN THE CASE, THE LETTER ARGUES THE JUDGE SHOULD KEEP CAESAR LOCKED UP BECAUSE OF THE THREAT HE POSES. THE LETTER SAYS THE GOVERNMENT SEES HIS LAP TOP AND SHOWS HE SEARCHED THE WEB FOR INFORMATION ON MANY OF HIS VICTIMS AND FAMILY AND CHILDREN.

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