It was a miscarriage of dust-ice. A handyman spent three months behind bars after cops believed they’d found cocaine sprinkled around his car — until test results later proved it was clean, according to reports. Karlos Cash, 57, says the white powder was actually drywall — just as he’d been telling them all along. “I...
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2013 - MILLARD DRYWALL AND ACOUSTICAL CORP
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- Handyman jailed for months after cops mistake drywall for cocaine
By Ruth Brown - Tuesday Jun 27, 2017
- US embassy workers in Cuba hit with ‘acoustic attack’: officials
By Chris Perez - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
State Department workers stationed at the US embassy in Cuba were victims of a silent “acoustic attack” — in which sonic weapons were used to induce hearing loss, officials said Wednesday. Several employees were subjected to the alleged strike sometime in 2016 and all experienced an array of physical symptoms similar to a concussion, according...
- US diplomats suffering from brain injuries after possible acoustic attack
By Mark Moore - Wednesday Aug 23, 2017
A doctor who evaluated American and Canadian diplomats complaining about hearing loss and nausea while working in Cuba said they are suffering from traumatic brain injuries and possible damage to their central nervous systems, CBS reported on Wednesday. Officials are investigating whether the diplomats were the targets of some type of sonic attack aimed at...
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By Ben Fidler - Monday Aug 21, 2017
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By ALAN FEUER - Monday Oct 30, 2017
The detectives were indicted on Monday on charges that they sexually assaulted an 18-year-old woman who was handcuffed inside a police van in Brooklyn.