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    An Indiana man charged with supplying the semiautomatic handgun used to shoot two Chicago police officers - one fatally - has been released from jail on bond, prompting outrage from the city's top cop. But the suspect told CBS Chicago he was "devastated" when he heard about the shooting and that he's "a good person." Separately, the mother of two brothers charged in the shooting was taken into custody after allegedly causing a disturbance at the hospital where one of her sons is being treated, CBS Chicago said. U.S Magistrate Judge Jeffery Gilbert set Jamel Danzy's bond at $4,500 Wednesday, angering Chicago Police Chief David Brown. In setting bond, Gilbert cited the facts that Danzy has no prior criminal record and that he has a job as a Head Start teacher's aide in Merrillville, Indiana, CBS Chicago reports. Officer Ella French, 29, was killed and a 39-year-old unnamed officer was critically wounded Saturday during a struggle after they stopped an SUV because of expired plates. French, 29, was shot once in the head. Sources told CBS Chicago a passenger...
    More On: Child Victims Act Ex-NYC councilman and retired priest accused of sexually assaulting boy NYC doctor sexually abused 11-year-old hospitalized for anorexia: suit Boys’ Club of NY staffers sexually abused child in ’70s: Manhattan lawsuit New York child sex abuse victims running out of time to go to court: advocates A New York man was sexually abused by four people in the foster-care system starting when he was a tot — and now he’s seeking justice, two new lawsuits show. Lamont Wilder, a 47-year-old barber in The Bronx, recounted to The Post how he bounced around foster-care homes until he was 21. During that time, he was allegedly sexually abused by two foster parents, the husband of a woman who cared for him on weekends while he was in a home for troubled kids, and by a caregiver at that home, according to two Bronx Supreme Court lawsuits he filed against various foster-care agencies. Wilder, who is suing for unspecified damages, blames his abusers as well as the agencies, saying the attacks began at age 4, when he...
    Famous skateboarder Terry Kennedy could be about to face charges of manslaughter or murder after a man he allegedly attacked died. Kennedy was arrested last week after what cops said was an attack on 23-year-old Josiah Kassahun at the Oakbrook Terrace motel near Chicago. Josiah was left with a fractured skull and a concussion. He passed away on Saturday according to the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office. Josiah Kassahun, 23, who was allegedly attacked by skateboarder Terry Kennedy at an Illinois motel on Tuesday, has died from his injuries Kennedy was arrested and charged with aggravated battery in a public place and threatening a public official but is now likely to face murder or manslaughter charges  Kennedy had initially appeared in court on Wednesday and charged with assault with bail set at $100,000. The 36-year-old skater is still behind bars.   Prosecutors will likely be considering upgrading the charges to those of manslaughter or murder.  Kennedy had also been booked for repeatedly threatening to murder the cops who tracked him down following the alleged attack on Josiah according to TMZ.  'I will...
    (CNN)A federal judge in New York rejected Lev Parnas' motion to dismiss fraud and campaign finances charges, finding an argument that he was prosecuted to block him from cooperating against former President Donald Trump is "not just speculative, but implausible."Parnas, a former associate of Rudy Giuliani, argued that he was arrested and charged in late 2019 to stop him from cooperating with the House impeachment investigation into Trump's activities in Ukraine.Parnas and Igor Fruman worked with Guiliani on his efforts to dig up dirt on then-Trump rival Joe Biden and push for Ukraine to announce an investigation into Biden and his son Hunter."But the theorizing of Twitters users, and Parnas's own speculation, do not constitute evidence of an improperly motivated prosecution," Judge Paul Oetken wrote, noting that Parnas initially did not cooperate with the impeachment inquiry. "To accept Parnas's conspiracy theory, the Government would have to have known that, one day in the future, Parnas would change his mind and decide to cooperate with the Congressional demand."The judge noted that the government didn't object to Parnas' television appearances and media...
    Marilyn Manson is being sued by a former lover who claims he raped her and forced her to watch a gruesome home movie that showed him tying up a young fan.  The woman - who has only been identified as Jane Doe - filed the lawsuit in Los Angeles this week, seeking an unspecified amount in damages and an acknowledgment that the rocker's conduct broke the law.  The suit comes after a series of shocking allegations levelled against the 52-year-old. In recent months, Manson - whose real name is Brian Warner - has been accused of physical and sexual abuse by multiple ex-girlfriends.  He is also being investigated by the LA County Sherriff's Department for domestic violence.  In the new lawsuit - which has been obtained by TMZ - Jane Doe claims she began dating Manson back in 2011.  Their relationship allegedly started out 'romantic and gentle' before things 'quickly took a turn for the worse'.  Marilyn Manson is being sued by a former lover who claims he raped her and forced her to watch a gruesome home movie...
    Police in Arkansas say a man armed with a semi-automatic rifle shot and killed an 87-year-old woman and could have gone on a rampage through the rest of an apartment complex until he was shot and killed by another man who stepped in. Fort Smith police were called an apartment building on Saturday morning where they found the victim, Lois Hicks, dead in her apartment from multiple gunshot wounds. Her alleged killer, 26-year-old Zachary Arnold, was also found dead outside the complex. Police said that after shooting Hicks, Arnold had opened fire on neighboring apartments before another neighbor, who police haven't identified, grabbed his own hunting rifle, and shot and killed him. Neighbors at the complex credited the man with stopping further bloodshed.  Fort Hill police say that 26-year-old Zachary Arnold (right) opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle in his apartment complex Saturday morning killing his 87-year-old neighbor Lois Hicks (left) before he himself was shot dead by another neighbor. Police have yet to release a motive in the killing  Residents at the complex said Arnold was...
    Earlier this week, Jeopardy! contestant Kelly Donohue flashed what looked like a hand gesture often associated with white supremacists, but has since explained the incident. Donohue, who has won Jeopardy! three times, insisted in a Facebook post that he was simply referring to his victories — adding that he was “truly horrified” at the prospect of being associated with white supremacy. Prior to the explanation, Over 560 former Jeopardy! contestants signed an open letter published on Medium addressing the hand gesture and condemning producers for airing the moment. “Regardless of his stated intent, the gesture is a racist dog whistle,” read the letter, later adding, “Intentional or not, the burden was on the production team to catch the similarity to a hate symbol and make sure it didn’t end up on air.” The letter lamented the fact that Donohue had not yet apologized, writing, “If something has been misconstrued, an apology and a total disavowal of any connection to white supremacist doctrines is called for. We saw that gesture air on television. We are among the public it affected, and we are a...
    New York : Jaime Maussan, 67, has not the slightest intention of getting the Covid-19 vaccine. “I have not been vaccinated, I do not need it. Someone who feels they need it, to take my vaccine, I’m not going to do it; not because I resist or be rebellious. Perhaps much later, when there is no longer a need for vaccines, and, on some, I will see which is the most convenient and perhaps I will put it on, but I do not feel that at this moment it is an emergency, I am not afraid, I have nothing , I have not had any symptoms, I have felt perfectly fine. “I found a compound, the water-soluble red lycopene. I take it every day, not just me, my team, who are almost 40 people, and we are all healthy. I don’t think there is an office in Mexico where everyone is healthy as in my office“, He affirmed, in an interview. Since 2020 the journalist recommended the use of Hydrotene, a natural supplement that strengthens the immune system. It...
    A rifle-owning Trump supporter drove 800 miles from his Wisconsin home to Washington, DC in a car spray painted with QAnon conspiracy slogans and told National Guard troops he was ‘maybe going to do something crazy stupid’ on the day Donald Trump would supposedly reclaim power, it has been alleged. On March 3, Ian Alan Olson of Waukesha County allegedly asked National Guard soldiers in the capital not to shoot him as a ‘test...to see if they were loyal to the people or to the President.’ He drove to the capital on March 3 in a 2016 blue Subaru with several orange Qs spray painted on it alongside phrases such as ‘Trust my plan,’ ‘OMW 2 DC,’ and ‘WWG1WGA.’ The slogans are believed to be acronyms for ‘on my way to DC’ and ‘when we go one, we go all,’ a popular phrase among QAnon followers. A new HBO docu-series has named the head of QAnon as Ronald Watkins, the son of the owner of the unregulated online messaging board 8chan, where the theory took its roots and has exploded in...
    Christina Ricci's estranged husband James Heerdegen has filed a temporary retraining order against the actress claiming she is a drunk and addicted to popping pills.  In court documents obtained by DailyMail.com, Heerdegen claims that Ricci would get into drunken rages in front of him and their six-year-old son Freddie, black out and then have no idea what she did when she would finally come to.  'Prior to our separation in June of 2020, [Ricci] would drink to excess on an almost daily basis causing her to engage in emotionally abusive and offensive conduct directed towards me wherein Petitioner during her rants and raves would typically call me a 'fu**ing cu*t,' he wrote in the filing.   Heerdegen claimed Ricci would 'typically ''black out'' after drinking to excess, and upon waking, have no memory of the events and/or abusive conduct that she had engaged in'. The documents also include messages between Ricci and Heerdegen where she apologizes for her alleged outbursts.  'I get it this time,' Ricci writes. 'This morning was a huge alert'.   The filing comes after Ricci detailed how she once had...
    Steve Bannon appeared to offer a preview of the recent attacks on Hunter Biden, saying weeks ago during an appearance on Dutch television that he had the hard drive of the former vice president’s son. Biden has become a subject of attack from Donald Trump and many of the president’s allies following a controversial report from the New York Post that alleged to have found incriminating information on his laptop. The story claimed that a computer connected to the 50-year-old was left abandoned at a repair shop, whose owner found emails indicating that Biden used his father’s position in Barack Obama’s administration to advance his own business interest in Ukraine. The report also claimed that the laptop contained pictures of Biden with what appeared to be crack cocaine and a video of him in a sex act. A newly emerged video showed that the attack on Biden may have been at least weeks in planning. As The Daily Beast noted, Bannon spoke about it in an appearance on the Dutch news program Nieuwsuur. “We have the hard drive. I have...
    The judge who presided over the probate case in the disappearance of Carole Baskin's ex-husband Don Lewis has said Baskin's 'strange' behavior was 'not consistent' with that of a wife whose husband had vanished weeks earlier. Judge Suzy Sexton was a Florida circuit court judge in the state's 13th Judicial Circuit in 1997, when businessman Lewis vanished without trace in mysterious circumstances. In an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV, the judge described Baskin's behavior as very 'matter of fact' and 'emotionless' when the big cat rights activist came into court. She attended the first probate hearing just two weeks after her husband disappeared. Judge Sexton also revealed that the family of Jack Donald Lewis, tried to paint Baskin in a 'bad light', alleging that she was a prostitute when she and Lewis met. Judge Suzy Sexton was a Florida circuit court judge in 1997, when Carole Baskin's husband Don Lewis suspiciously vanished without a trace In an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV, Judge Sexton described Baskin's behavior as very 'matter of fact' and 'emotionless' after the disappearance of  her...
    Robert A. Hadden, 62, faces six counts of inducing others to travel to engage in illegal sex acts. He was arrested on Wednesday A former Columbia University gynecologist accused of sexually abusing more than two dozen patients, including the wife of former presidential candidate Andrew Yang, now faces federal charges. The doctor, Robert A. Hadden, 62, faces six counts of inducing others to travel to engage in illegal sex acts in a federal indictment unsealed Wednesday. The sexual abuse allegations against Hadden date back as early as 1993 and include the alleged abuse of a minor who he understood to be under 18 in part because he had delivered her at birth.  The indictment said Hadden had sexually abused dozens of female patients, including multiple minors, 'under the guise of conducting purported gynecological and obstetric examinations' at his medical offices and Manhattan hospitals.   It notes that Hadden used his role as a doctor in a prominent university to make or attempt to make his victims believe that the sexual abuse he allegedly inflicted on them was appropriate and medically...
    Donald Trump has slammed allegations that he called U.S. soldiers killed or injured in battle “losers” and “suckers,” The Daily Mail reported, as the president said the claims were “a disgraceful situation” made by “a terrible magazine.” A report from The Atlantic on Thursday alleged that Trump’s cancellation of his visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery near Paris in November 2018 was because he was worried the rain would leave his hair disheveled. At the time, the president said inclement weather meant his helicopter could not fly, and the Secret Service would not allow him to arrange a motorcade to the event, where he was scheduled to pay tribute to fallen American soldiers. According to the report, which credited four separate military sources, Trump repeatedly insulted the soldiers that lay in the graveyard during the trip. “Why should I go to that cemetery? It’s filled with losers,” he reportedly asked aides ahead of the planned visit. Trump later allegedly described the American marines who sacrificed their lives in the Battle of Belleau Wood in France as “suckers.” A source who...
    AN innocent dad was allegedly raped and battered to death by vengeful parents after their daughter "lied" and said that he had abused her as a "joke". The girl claimed truck driver Dmitry Chikvarkin had touched her and a friend "below the waist" as he was dropping them off to a carer in the town of Verkhnyaya Pyshma in Russia. 4Dmitry Chikvarkin was killed when a metal pipe was smashed over his head, breaking his skull 4Sergey Chabin, 33, one of the alleged killers of Dmitry Chikvarkin 4Valeria Dunaeva, 25 one of the alleged killers of Dmitry Chikvarkin She told her parents Valeria Dunaeva, 25, and Sergey Chabin, 33, and they gathered three male friends to attack Chikvarkin, cops claim. A law enforcement source told the Znak newspaper they smashed a metal pipe over his head, breaking his skull. It is also claimed they raped him using a metal pipe. The woman who had cared for the children was also allegedly attacked as she tried to protect her friend Chikvarkin. The truck driver, a father of a six year old girl, was...
    Axios’ Jonathan Swan appeared on MSNBC Wednesday night to discuss his new interview with President Donald Trump and the preview already released showing him confronting the president on the alleged Russian bounties to Taliban-linked militants to kill U.S. troops. Lawrence O’Donnell played the full exchange for his audience, commending the way Swan grilled Trump on the subject — something that other journalists noted the president wasn’t getting asked about in several recent interviews. Trump told Swan he didn’t raise the matter in his recent call with Vladimir Putin. “To go that long without being questioned seriously on this matter,” Swan said, “was unacceptable. And it’s not a matter that’s sort of boutique or niche or outside the realm of American life. This relates to U.S. service members. This is the lives of U.S. service members. This is the Taliban, which until recently has been killing U.S. service members.” He noted that there isn’t consensus on the intel, but said that’s not itself unusual and pointed out this was taken seriously and certainly carried more weight than “some flimsy piece of...
    Igor Derysh July 8, 2020 3:51AM (UTC) A prominent Black activist claimed that a group of white men allegedly threatened to "get a noose" after accusing him of trespassing on private property in Indiana on the Fourth of July. Local officials said the reported attack remains under investigation.  Vauhxx Booker, the civil rights activist and member of the Monroe County Human Rights Commission, posted partial footage of the alleged racist incident on Facebook. He described the encounter as "an attempted lynching." : One video shows Booker being held against a tree by one of the men as bystanders plea for him to be released. A second clip shows a different man appearing to call Booker a "nappy-headed b*tch." "You happy about this?" the man shouts in spite of the pleas. "You happy with your five white friends?" Another video shows the same man hurling expletives about "liberals." : "We were having a great time and you invaded us," he says. "You stupid f*cking liberal f*cks." "I don't want to recount this, but I was almost the victim of an attempted lynching," Booker later wrote on Facebook. "I don't...
    A married British Hollywood actor has been questioned by police after a massage therapist claimed that he groped her bottom and rubbed his private parts against her during an appointment. Officers interviewed the actor, who is well known in Britain and US, under caution at the end of last month in relation to the alleged sexual assault. It took place at the actor's home in London, the Sunday Times reports, where the woman would come to give him a massage. The alleged victim, a single mother who works for a reputable company, said the claimed assault left her 'frozen' and that it took a long time for her to realise what had happened. An actor well known in Britain and the US has been questioned by police over allegations of sexual assault. The actor and the massage therapist have not been named She explained to the Sunday Times how, on the day of the alleged assault, the actor had tried to kiss her before the treatment began. 'When I started to massage his upper legs, he started to ask me...
    A San Diego man lost his job recently after being accused on social media of making a racist gesture, but he says he was just cracking his knuckles. Now his accuser has backed off and said it might have all be a big mistake. What in the world happened? Emmanuel Cafferty lost his job with San Diego Gas and Electric last month after a stranger took a photo of him with his arm hanging out the window of his company pickup while he happened to be near a Black Lives Matter rally. The photographer then posted the image to Twitter, KNSD-TV reported. The poster accused Cafferty, who is Hispanic, of making a "white power" hand gesture that has been made popular by many white supremacists. The gesture resembles the "OK" sign that includes the thumb and forefinger in a circle and the three other fingers extended. The original tweet said, "[J]ust passed a bunch of kids walking on the sidewalk holding BLM signs, honked to say I am with them and this guy...
    Pastor Leon McCray has received an apology from his county sheriff after he was wrongly detained by authorities. The minister had called law enforcement for help after being attacked by five white men, but the police locked him up. READ MORE: Virginia man who drove truck into protesters is a KKK leader McCray said that the men attacked him both verbally and physically. However, when he called 9-1-1, authorities arrested him for having a gun. “I was not given an opportunity to speak,” McCray said, “And I said, what about the trespassing and the assault?” The pastor said that he was handcuffed in front of the men who assaulted him, saying that he was mocked by them during the arrest. Five people were later arrested for hate crimes. Donny Salyers, Farrah Salyers (Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office) Donny Salyers, Dennis Salyers, Farrah Salyers, Christopher Sharp, and Amanda Salyers are all facing charges for hate crimes and various degrees of assault. Both Donny and Dennis Salyers were charged with assault and battery, and Sharp and Amanda Salyers were charged with trespassing. Dennis...
    When a Philadelphia police officer turned himself in on aggravated assault charges related to beating a student protester that was caught on camera, he was met by dozens of his brothers in blue who applauded and saluted him.  READ MORE: As Black Philadelphia protests injustice, Im reclaiming my power Viral video of the moment shows Staff Inspector Joseph Bologna, 54, leaving the headquarters of Philadelphia’s Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5 on Monday to surrender to the police. Several officers and supporters are seen gathered outside cheering for him as he walks past them, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.  A spokesperson for FOP Lodge 5 told BuzzFeed News that there were “several hundred active police officers, retirees, and other supporters at FOP in support of Inspector Bologna.” Civil rights activist Shaun King shared the clip on his Twitter timeline and noted of the police officers cheering for Bologna, “Brutality is heroic to them. They don’t even hide it,” King wrote.   Here is the exact moment where Philadelphia Police Officer Joe Bologna assaults this defenseless protestor. It’s awful. Could’ve killed them. Cracked...
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