High School Attack Raises Questions About Security System’s Effectiveness

WALTHAM, Mass. – A company based in Waltham, Massachusetts, is facing legal action over alleged violations of Federal Securities Laws. Evolv Technologies, the company responsible for implementing security systems at prominent venues, including Fenway Park and Gillette Stadium, is being sued for failing to detect certain weapons. The lawsuit claims that knives were not detected by Evolv’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, leading to a potential breach in security. According to the lawsuit, a student managed to bring a large knife into a high school in Utica, New York, despite passing through the Evolv security system. … Read more

Missouri Teen Recovers from Traumatic Brain Injury After Viral High School Fight, Faces Speech and Mobility Challenges

St. Louis, Missouri – A teenage girl who suffered a serious brain injury in a violent altercation outside a St. Louis high school is now recovering enough to leave the hospital’s intensive care unit, according to her family’s lawyer. Kaylee Gain, a 16-year-old student at Hazelwood East High School, has been hospitalized since March 8 when she was thrown to the ground and had her head repeatedly hit against the concrete by another student. The disturbing incident, which was recorded and widely shared on social media, left Gain with a fractured skull resulting in brain … Read more

High Court Denies Three Men’s Bid for Release Despite Jury ‘Mistake’ in Fatal Stabbing Case

London, UK – Three men who were initially cleared of a murder charge due to an error by the jury forewoman have failed in their attempt to challenge their continued detention in prison. Paul and Matthew Yusuff, along with their friend Moussa Traore, were unanimously acquitted by the jury in January for their alleged involvement in the fatal stabbing of Adrian Keise outside Waterloo station. However, the verdict was quickly questioned when it was revealed that not all jurors had agreed on the decision. The jury was reconvened, leading to a retrial, and the men … Read more

Former Calcutta High Court Judge Joins BJP, Secures Lok Sabha Ticket

Calcutta, India – The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has recently announced 111 additional candidates for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, with one notable candidate being Abhijit Gangopadhyay. Gangopadhyay, a former Calcutta High Court judge, resigned from his position just before securing a BJP Lok Sabha ticket. Gangopadhyay, born in Kolkata in 1962, attended Mitra Institution and then pursued his legal education at Hazra Law College in Kolkata. After initially serving as a West Bengal Civil Service officer, he transitioned to private practice as a state lawyer in the Calcutta High Court. His judicial career saw … Read more