British neo-Nazi group National Action ‘propaganda boss’ jailed | UK News

Man found guilty of acting as “propaganda boss” for a banned neo-Nazi terror group set up to wage a race war in Britain has been given a 10-year extension, including two years under license. Ben Raymond, 32, in 2013 co-founded the “shameless racist” organization National Action, which promoted ethnic cleansing …

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Murder sentence reduced after High Court drug ruling

EVERETT, Wash. (AP) – The prison sentence for a man convicted of murder was reduced by more than seven years on Thursday, following a recent decision by the Washington State Supreme Court. In 2019, a jury found Matthew McGowan guilty of first degree murder for tying Michael Boone to a …

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CT group indicted in wave of AT&T store robberies

HARTFORD – Four Hartford men were charged this week over their roles in violent thefts from AT&T stores, federal prosecutors said. On Wednesday, a federal grand jury in Hartford released an indictment that charged Alex Josephs, 21, Ronaldo Smith, 23, Saquille Raymond, 23, and Deshawn Baugh, 19, with robbery and …

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Pamplin Media Group – Private security guard charged with shooting in Lowe’s parking lot

Logan Gimbel killed Freddy Nelson during a May 29 clash in northeast Portland. A Multnomah County grand jury indicted a man after a fatal shooting at a Lowe’s parking lot in northeast Portland in May. Grand jury indicted Logan Gimbel, 28, with multiple counts, including second degree murder, endangering another …

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Valley News – COVID cases postpone Hanover shooting hearing, tangled court files

NORTH HAVERHILL – A two-day hearing in the case of two men accused of shooting a visiting student in Hanover was postponed Thursday after one of the defendants and at least two witnesses tested positive for COVID-19. And with COVID-19 cases soaring in the twin states, the infections in the …

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The Court of Appeal confirms the conviction of the former municipal councilor of Lafourche

A state appeals court upheld the conviction of a former Lafourche city councilor accused of falsifying public documents. The Baton Rouge 1st Circuit Court of Appeal upheld the conviction and sentence of James Bourgeois, who was convicted in 2018 of falsely declaring he was a resident of his district. Bourgeois …

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Array Collective, a group from Belfast, wins the Turner Prize

December 2, 2021 They crowded on the stage of Coventry Cathedral in a whirlwind of color and glitter. On December 1, Array Collective, a group of 11 Belfast-based artists, was declared the winner of this year’s Turner Prize, Britain’s most prestigious contemporary art prize, worth £ 25,000 ( $ 33,000). …

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The “Jews of the East” exhibition in Paris traces the secular presence of the group in the Arab world

PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron recently attended the opening of an exhibition in Paris that traces the Jewish presence in the Arab world. “The Jews of the East, a Multi-Millennial History”, organized by the Institute of the Arab World (IMA), was presented as a “cultural event of international importance”. It …

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Warren County Youth Court in session | New

A Warren County juvenile justice system program broadened the age range for the concept of a peer jury. Warren County has joined 16 other counties in the state operating a youth court, in which accused minors who have pleaded guilty to certain non-violent offenses will have their sentences set by …

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Former SC teacher says Facebook post of mask warrants cost her job, takes legal action

MONCKS CORNER, SC (WCSC) – A former Berkeley County teacher said she was forced to resign after posting a video about mask requirements on social media. Holly Chapman has said in a lawsuit against the Berkeley County School District and its former superintendent, Eddie Ingram, that she was given the …

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