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  1. They say a picture says a thousand words, but police in South Wales, UK, have given the oft-used idiom a fresh meaning after they managed to bust a drugs gang by tracing fingerprints inadvertently captured in a photo sent over WhatsApp. The South Wales Police department got its hands on the photo, which depicted the hand of a man holding ecstasy tablets in his palm, after searching the phone of a person arrested in the town of Bridgend. Police identified the fingerprints from the photograph, then matched it to the alleged dealer. In total, 11 convictions were made in association with the case. © South Wales Police An police managed to spot the photograph among a string of WhatsApp messages going back months, which included texts such as "what do you want to buy". The phone also contained messages indicating it had been used in drug deals. The photo only showed a portion of a finger, but that was apparently enough to confirm a link to an existing suspect. The discovery helped prove a large conspiracy to distribute drugs. According to the report, they weren't able to match the person's fingerprint in the national databases. Instead, it was the wealth of corroborating evidence, including other information found within the WhatsApp conversation, that helped lead to the arrest. © Pexels The enhanced image allowed fingerprint experts to identify Elliott Morris, who had sent the photograph to potential customers in Bridgend. He was sentenced to eight and half years for conspiracy to supply cannabis, along with his father Darren and mother Dominique. WhatsApp is end-to-end encrypted, but while encrypted messages and photos are hard or impossible to collect remotely, they're much easier to access directly from phones already used to send or receive them. © Pexels While drug dealers and the underground mafia has been increasingly using newer sources of technology to expand and run their network, this right here is a prime example of how law enforcement agencies are catching up with them. Think twice before you text someone, because we by now we all know, nothing is untraceable or really secured online. Mark Zuckerberg knows best when the floor can just give away!
  2. A. V. Rakesh Babu of India at Commonwealth Games 2018. Photo: Reuters/David Gray GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA: Indian athletes Rakesh Babu and Irfan Kolothum Thodi are being sent home from the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games after a needle was found in a...