officer fired after donation from Rittenhouse wants his job back | Virginie News

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) – A former Virginia police officer who was fired after donating to a defense fund for Kyle Rittenhouse wants his job back now that a Wisconsin jury has acquitted the young man on murder charges during protests against police brutality last year. Norfolk officials fired former Police …

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British neo-Nazi group’s ‘propaganda chief’ faces jail after conviction | UK News

A man has been convicted of acting as the “propaganda boss” of a banned neo-Nazi terrorist group created to wage a race war in Britain. Ben Raymond, 32, co-founded the “shameless racist” organization National Action in 2013, which promoted ethnic cleansing, as well as attacks on LGBTQ + people and …

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Sir Richard Sutton killed by his partner’s son in “explosion of violence”, court said | UK News

A son launched a knife attack on his mother and partner, millionaire businessman Sir Richard Sutton, on the anniversary of his father’s death, bubbling with resentment over the way he believed the couple were treating him, according to a murder trial. Thomas Schreiber, 35, who killed Sutton, 83, a hotelier …

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Claire Trevett: Chris Luxon’s first job was to reassure national voters – next is the foul mess of the caucus

November 30, 2021 Christopher Luxon and Nicola Willis are the “reset” that the National Party and New Zealand need. This was the message at Luxon’s first press conference as national leader. OPINION: The jury is still out on whether new boss Christopher Luxon is really the answer to National’s woes. …

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The group mobilizes against the emergency order

DO NOT LET THEM BITE YOUR NOSE Transmission electron micrograph of SARS-CoV-2 (gold) viral particles in the endosomes of a heavily infected nasal olfactory epithelial cell. Image captured at the NIAID Integrated Research Facility (IRF) in Fort Detrick, Maryland. Via NAIA D HUMBOLDT – The availability of COVID-19 vaccines and …

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Latest court news as selected jurors – NBC Chicago

Jurors were selected on Monday as former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett prepares to stand trial for committing a racist attack on himself. Smollett, a black and openly gay actor, reported to Chicago police that he was the victim of a hate crime that has gained national attention. Almost three years …

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Governor Ricketts Appoints Molly B. Keane Judge of Fourth Judicial District District Court

Media contacts: Taylor Gage, 402-471-1970 Justin Pinkerman, 402-471-1967 Press release : Governor Ricketts Appoints Molly B. Keane Judge of Fourth Judicial District District Court LINCOLN – Today, Governor Pete Ricketts appointed Molly B. Keane of Elkhorn to judge the District Court for the Fourth Judicial District (Douglas County). Keane, 46, …

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Group meets for Annual Tractor Traction Day | Local News

A dream day for farmers who love vintage tractors arose over the weekend. The annual Tractor Plow Day, hosted by Odell Atkins, one of the drivers, was held across from the former US Enka building on Highway 160 in Morristown on Friday and Saturday. John Litz is the one who …

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The eternal Xenix box survives, doing a long forgotten job • The Register

Who me ? We have all heard the expression “the best is the enemy of the good”, but we also all introduced this “temporary” solution which ended up being a little more permanent than we had hoped. Welcome to the house of duct tape and prayers: Who, me? Today’s confession …

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Should defendants pay court costs?

Whether the defendants should be ordered to pay court costs is pending before the Michigan Supreme Court, but local officials argue that this does not affect the impartiality of the judges. State law allows local courts to collect fees from defendants convicted of a felony for court operating expenses. Charges …

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