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Amber Gibson, a schoolgirl, was discovered dead in a park as her classmates were playing in the snow. Amber Gibson was reported missing on Friday, and her body was recovered in a nearby park on Sunday morning; police have now confirmed that the death is being investigated as a homicide. Amber Gibson’s body was discovered in a park over the weekend, prompting police to initiate a murder inquiry. The 16-year-old was reported missing from her hometown of Hamilton, Scotland, on Friday (November 26), as heavy snow fell over the country. On Sunday at 10.10 a.m., police discovered the body of…

‘La Brea’ Fan Reaction: Fans continue to debate the series’ success. While some fans think it’s a wonderful show, others think it’s the “worst scripted show in television history,” producing a division. Love it or hate it, there’s no escaping ‘La Brea’s growing appeal. With Season 1 drawing to a close and NBC renewing the series for Season 2, fans are hoping for answers to all of the unresolved questions. With strange plotlines like EllaLilly’s identity, Gavin’s identity as Isiah, infinite time journeys, and mystery sinkholes, the series has surely led fans on a wild goose chase. Brinkwire News’La Brea’:…

Spider-Man: Return to New York Ned Discovered Peter’s Identity, as explained by writer Jonathan Goldstein. The reason for Peter Parker’s best friend, Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon), finding the hero’s secret identity was disclosed by Jonathan Goldstein, a writer on Spider-Man: Homecoming. Goldstein attended ComicBook.com’s Spider-Man: Homecoming Quarantine Watch party, where he revealed a slew of behind-the-scenes details about the Marvel Studios/Sony Pictures collaboration. When a fan expressed surprise that Tom Holland’s Peter Parker had a friend who knew he was Spider-Man, Goldstein explained why the decision was taken, citing fundamental contrasts between Marvel and DC Comics. On Twitter, Casually Cosplaying…

Flubot Malware Is Spreading Via Messages, Finland Warns Android Users (Unsplash photo by Adrien) Finland Warns Android Users About FluBot Malware Spreading Via Messages | What Should You Do If Your Device Is Infected? Finland is now dealing with the latest Flubot banking spyware, which is aimed at Android users. The officials had not yet determined where it began at the time of the complaint. This malware works by providing harmful URLs to victims through phone, according to the National Cyber Security Center (NCSC-FI). For this effort, the country’s cybersecurity agency has issued a “serious alert.” Finland is concerned about…