You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA covid thug who was jailed for coughing at a cop has been sent back to prison, for spitting at officers.Graeme Cosgrove, 38, lashed out at officers who responded to a call from his partner after he threatened to kill himself while drugged, a court heard.He also falsely claimed to have Covid 19 and made homophobic remarks.Cosgrove was jailed in July 2020 for coughing on officers while claiming to have the virus.Read MoreParamedics were already at Cosgrove’s flat on Balmullo , Square, Dundeewhen police arrived, the city’s sheriff court heard.Cosgrove shouted at the officers: “Get to f. Get a warrant if you want in,” despite medics trying to reason with him.Fiscal depute Lynne Mannion said: “The accused opened his mouth which contained a quantity of white pills saying he was going to swallow them.”Officers forced entry to ensure wellbeing. He was arrested and repeatedly threatened to spit on officers before a spit hood was applied.”En route to hospital, officers were subject to a tirade of sustained abuse.
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Known for her advocacy for diversity in technology, Dr Mahsa Mohaghegh is a computer engineer, senior lecturer and director at Auckland University of Technology (AUT). Mahsa has a PhD in Artificial Intelligence and is involved in research and development of high level artificial intelligence strategy concerning the future of work and digital disruption. She is also the founder and director of She Sharp, a non profit networking and learning community, aiming to address the gender imbalance prevalent in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields..