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Apple Releases Statement Regarding The Hacked Celebrity Photos & Admits It's Not Their Fault! Says It Was A 'Targeted Attack!'

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Looks like we may be one step closer to finding out who was behind the photo hacking scandal and hopefully sending the culprit to jail!

After Jennifer Lawrence, Victoria Justice, Kate Upton, and A LOT more celebrity women were victims of a HUGE hacking, everyone turned to Apple wondering what happened.

Since it was the women's PRIVATE iCloud accounts that the pictures were stolen from.

Well, it turns out, after 40 hours of investigation, Apple has found out that it WASN'T a program-wide problem.

This was a 'targeted attack' of the women's accounts.

Apple said:

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Mugshot Stud Jeremy Meeks Didn't Start The Revolution! 7 Ways Orange Is The New Black Is Changing The Way Society Views Criminals

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Have you watched this show yet?

Much like Jeremy Meeks and his piercing blue eyes, Netflix's hit original series Orange Is The New Black is SMOKING HOT right now!

Based off the real-life accounts of Piper Kerman, the show follows Piper (as portrayed by Taylor Schilling) and her journey through prison as she does time for her involvement in drug trafficking. Once inside the walls, we then meet a bouquet of characters, all with their own stories to blossom throughout the series.

Real-life Piper, having completed her sentence and still appalled by what she saw behind bars, now fights for justice reform as the series' characters play their own part in change.

Through these fictionalized accounts, viewers are beginning to learn more about America's justice system and how convicted criminals can't all be clumped in the same stereotypical boat.

See what we've learned thanks to #OITNB …AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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This Burglar Got Busted For The Dumbest Reason Of All Time! (Hint: It Involves Facebook!)

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It was the perfect crime. So perfect, he just had to update his status about it!

Now in contention for the Dumbest Criminal Of All Time Award, St. Paul Minnesota's Nicholas Wig was busy burglarizing a home when he just had to see if anyone had "liked" his cat video.

Yeah, he logged into Facebook.

When homeowner James Wood returned home and found he'd been robbed, he also found something else- Wig had forgotten to log out of his account!

Wood posted on Wig's Facebook page about the robbery and lured him back to the house, telling him he had left some evidence behind.

But when Wig returned to the scene of the crime, Wood recognized him from all his profile pics and immediately called the cops!

Wig now faces up to 10 years in prison on burglary charges. Something tells us he won't be joining Ocean's 14 when he gets out!

[Image via CBS 4 WCCO.]

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WTF?? Pet Dogs Are Being Stolen From Thailand & Killed To Make Leather Golf Gloves Out Of Their WHAT?!

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This is sickening to even think about.

Pet owners in Thailand are on the lookout these days afters hundreds of dog remains were found in a forest near the border of Laos.

Police believe that Thai criminals stole the dogs and smuggled them out there before they skinned the canines alive — to make leather gloves.

One disturbing revelation is that a certain leather golf glove, which is popular in China, is made from the skin of dogs'

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TNA Championship Belt Easily Stolen

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TNA Championship Belt Stolen Arrest

We're not sure why there is anyone out there that would want this thing (you can't even wear it to hold up pants), other than to maybe try and sell it for the $6k it's roughly worth.

That didn't stop two geniuses from stealing it anyway. Right in front of a stagehand.

The crime took place on August 18th in Ottumwa, Iowa before a non-televised event while a stagehand was unloading props from his truck.

According to the stagehand, who probably REALLY doesn't want to get into trouble, he was only turned around 'for a second' when one of the geniuses snatched up the belt and $400 replica with it.

It took the cops almost 4 years to find the culprits.

Just kidding, they easily identified them using surveillance footage: it was 33-year-old Joel Luke and 39-year-old Forrest Jamison, who are waaaay too old to be that excited about TNA.

They were then arrested.

Ta-daaaaa!

LOLz!

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Texas Girl Scouts Get Robbed…And They Fight Back!

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Good for them! They had to sell LOTS of Thin Mints and Do-si-dos to earn all that money!!!

Check out the news report (above) about Texas Girl Scouts who were robbed while selling cookies in front of Wal Mart!

The girls tried to stop the thieves, but unfortunately they got away with $200 in cookie money.

Let's hope they're able to identify these criminals through store security footage! Justice must be served!!!!

P.S. We could SO go for some Tagalongs right now! Yum!

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California Appeals Court Rules DNA Testing Arrestees Is Totally Cool!

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Much like getting your fingerprints taken and saved on file, if you are arrested for a felony your DNA will be saved too.

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in a 2-1 decision that a 2004 California law requiring officials to collect DNA samples of criminals is constitutional because it is not an unreasonable search.

Since DNA evidence can be used to solve crimes, Judge Milan Smith wrote:

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