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(CBS Detroit) – It’s a big push to keep communities safe.

“We are providing doses of the Jynneos vaccine to Detroiters who have been exposed to Monkeypox or who suspect they have been exposed,” said Detroit Health Department Director Dr. Claudia Richardson.

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DHD is working to get the word out about Monkeypox.

Detroit accounts for  29% of infections in Michigan.

There are 65 known cases across the state.

Monkeypox is commonly identified by blistering legions on the skin.

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But it could take three to four weeks before symptoms appear.

“Do not share eating utensils, towels or clothing with anyone who has Monkeypox,” Dr. Richardson said.

The Detroit Department of Health and the Wayne HIV/STI clinic are sites where you can go to get help.

Additional symptoms include:

  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • Exhaustion
  • Muscle aches
  • Headache
  • and Respiratory discomfort
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FBI Informants Involved in Whitmer Kidnapping Debacle Allegedly Smoked Weed, Shared Hotel Room with Accused Plotter

by Trevor Schakohl

 

FBI informants in the case of the alleged 2020 plot to kidnap Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer purportedly shared a hotel room and smoking weed with a target, the Detroit Free Press reported.

Adam Fox and Barry Croft Jr. are undergoing retrial on charges of planning to kidnap Whitmer from her vacation home in 2020 in response to her COVID-19 restrictions. They and two others were originally acquitted in April, with their defense arguing the FBI entrapped them, The Associated Press reported.

Defense lawyer Joshua Blanchard cross-examined FBI Special Agent Christopher Long on Friday as part of the retrial, according to the Detroit Free Press. FBI informants Jenny Plunk and Croft allegedy shared a hotel room in July 2020, Long confirmed to Blanchard, according to the Detroit Free Press. Blanchar also alleged Plunk and informant Steve Robeson smoked weed with Croft.

FBI Special Agent Mark Schweers had said in the first trial that FBI sources outnumbered alleged kidnapping plotters at some meetings with them, according to Fox 17 West Michigan.

Holy Moly–tuning in to Whitmer trial. FBI agent handling one of the informants admitted a female FBI informant slept in the same hotel room and same bed as Barry Croft, the informants target.

This was related to a training exercise in Wisconsin hosted by another FBI informant.

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Plunk is said to have illegally sold the convicted felon Robeson a handgun during their time as informants, according to Fox 17 West Michigan .

Schweers testified after Long, with Assistant U.S. Attorney Nils Kessler questioning him about audio he recorded during the case, the outlet reported. In the recording, Croft reportedly told his around ten-year-old daughter he was “making explosives.”

U.S. District Judge Robert Jonker was told Thursday that one retrial juror allegedly said prior to selection they “had already decided the case and intended to ensure a particular result at the conclusion of the trial,” according to a filing the Detroit Free Press obtained. Jonker ordered a jury clerk investigation on the issue, and the individual reportedly was still on the jury on Friday, the newspaper reported.

The FBI did not immediately respond to the Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for comment.

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Trevor Schakohl is a reporter at Daily Caller News Foundation.
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