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    Seven years after a 24-year-old man was killed and another was wounded in an unprovoked shooting on Long Island, three MS-13 gang members are facing federal charges in the attack. Kenneth Evans, Jr. was shot multiple times in Brentwood in November 2015 as he walked with two friends on Gibson Avenue, according to police. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Another victim was shot in the head but survived, while a third man escaped without injury, police said. On Tuesday, Nov. 8, the US Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District announced that three members of La Mara Salvatrucha, also known as the MS-13, had been charged in the killing. The suspects were identified as Roberto Antonio Abrego-Reyes, age 28, of Flushing and Hempstead; Miguel Angel Alfaro-Santos, age 26, of Flushing; and Jose Benedicto Baires-Novoa, age 26, of Flushing and Brentwood. Federal prosecutors said the three men set out on the evening of Nov. 28, 2015, to “put in work” for the MS-13 gang, meaning to go hunting for rival members to target and kill. Armed with .38 and...
    George Santos is a private equity executive who pledged in his Congressional campaign video to not take a salary on Capitol Hill if elected House Republicans' campaign arm is pouring resources into suburban Long Island ahead of the November midterm elections, where a seat being vacated by outgoing Democrat Rep. Tom Suozzi has set up an opportunity for the GOP to add one more lawmaker to its New York Congressional delegation. From that vacuum of New York's Third Congressional District emerged George Santos, a Republican private equity executive who proudly billed himself as a 'walking contradiction.'  'It's just me being authentic, authentically me. I am gay, yes. I am Latino, yes. I am a Republican, unapologetically,' Santos told DailyMail.com in a phone interview. The son of Brazilian immigrants, he said the American Dream his family experienced is being 'threatened by a lot of the stuff that is being peddled in Congress and state houses.' 'I think it’s threatened but it’s not too late, that's why I'm running for Congress,' he said.  He also described facing hostility from Democrats over his...
    Here are five fighters who are over 35 that could follow Glover Teixeira’s trend. People tell you all the time, you’re only as old as you feel. If that’s the case, some of us have been 200 years old since we were nine. Others of us are nearly 60 and still act like they’re nine. Either way, that’s a horrifying concept but it’s fair to say that the “age is only how old you feel” mentality isn’t completely bunk. Look at Glover Teixeira, the UFC’s light heavyweight champion who will make his first title defense at UFC 275 at the age of 42. When that young man puts it all together, he may just be a force when he gets older. Jokes aside, thanks to modern medicine, training techniques, recovery methods, and a better understanding of how to utilize our bodies to their fullest, the idea of a pro athlete being done by 35 isn’t really the reality anymore. Sure, there are some instances where an athlete has prolonged their career thanks to steroids, but it’s not as uncommon anymore...
    FREDDY RINCON'S son has pleaded with the driver of the car that crashed killing the former footballer to hand themselves into the police. Rincon was initially identified as the driver of the Ford Escape that was hit by a bus after going through a red light in the Colombian city of Cali on Monday. 3Sebastian Rincon has called for the driver to make themselves known to policeCredit: Getty 3Football is in mourning after the death of Freddy RinconCredit: Instagram @srincon19 But subsequent reports pointed to him being the passenger. Video footage of the collision appeared to show two men believed to be travelling in the car with Rincon leaving the scene and getting into a taxi. Two women in the vehicle were taken to hospital with minor injuries. The retired footballer suffered severe head injuries and early on medics admitted his condition was critical. Read More SportRIP FRED Former Real Madrid star Freddy Rincon dies aged 55 after horror car crash Unfortunately he died from his injuries. Lorena Cortes, one of the two women travelling with Rincon, has told...
    Santos Laguna’s team has turned heads in the transfer market in Liga MX, confirming the arrival of forward Alessio Da Cruz as their new reinforcement in the present Opening tournament 2021. After the official announcement of his arrival in Mexican soccer, the Warriors team led by the Uruguayan coach Guillermo Almada revealed the bib number that the Dutch attacker will wear on his back. Read also: Club Tigres: Carlos Salcedo reveals his relationship with Rogelio Funes Mori after the 2021 Gold Cup Through Twitter, the Laguneros’ team released the image showing that the Dutch offensive will wear the number 9 on the shirt and announced to the fans that the jersey has already gone on sale. “We have new reinforcement from Holland and you can now buy their official 21/22 jersey at Santos Shop! Get in #ModoGuerrero and be the first to have Alessio Da Cruz’s number 9,” they wrote. The forward Alessio Da Cruz will live his first experience outside the European continent arriving in Liga MX, after his long career in the football of the Netherlands and...
    New York Republican Congressional candidate George Santos, whose grandparents escaped socialist Brazil, slammed Democrats' socialist "talking points" on "Fox & Friends Weekend" Sunday. Santos argued socialist policies have been proven to "fail every time" throughout history.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP GEORGE SANTOS: [Socialism's] tried and tried over and over again, and fails every time.… My grandparents escaped socialism, they've escaped communism and the Holocaust. So it drives me nuts when I see these talking points that are really reminiscent of something that occurred during one of the least flattering times in the history of our world. And nobody curbs them. You get these folks in D.C. that are just out of control. … So I think going to Congress, bringing common sense back to Congress --- I think it would be a phenomenal opportunity for New Yorkers and for myself to be able to emulate that on the national stage. WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW BELOW VideoThis article was written by Fox News staff.
    Responding to a recently surfaced video on social media showing a use-of-force incident that injured a woman last year, the Fairfield Police Department on Monday issued a statement and released officer bodycam footage. In an emailed press release, Public Information Officer Lt. Jausiah Jacobsen said the department was aware of a video that “shows a woman being injured during an arrest,” adding the video on social media, which also aired recently on a Bay Area TV station, “only shows a segment of the situation.” The press release stated that on the afternoon of Oct. 20, 2020, dispatch received a 911 call that indicated there was “a family fight with a man threatening people with a knife,” and officers were sent to the 200 block of Jasmine Street. The department also released a recording of the dispatcher’s call with some explanatory text Monday. Officers arrived to find a large group of people, mostly family members, outside a home and identified the man as a boyfriend of one of the family’s daughters. However, when that man was detained, three women obstructed and...
    Harry Kooperstein, ‘Live From the Hollywood Bowl’ Director and 17-Time Emmy Winner, Dies at 78 Some GOP-led states target abortions done through medication On April 10, 2020, Paulo Santos staggered up the driveway of his Manalapan, New Jersey, home, leaning heavily on a walker. The distance was only a few feet. It felt like scaling Mount Everest. Watch: 1 year after near-death from COVID, Manalapan man runs 20 miles APP.com (Asbury Park, NJ) See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next 2020 NJSIAA Wrestling Championships APP.com (Asbury Park, NJ) Frank Molinaro announces retirement from wrestling by leaving shoes on mat APP.com (Asbury Park, NJ) Fish of the Jersey Shore APP.com (Asbury Park, NJ) West Side is the right side of the tracks APP.com (Asbury Park, NJ) Ocean County COVID-19 weekly briefing APP.com (Asbury Park, NJ) Walk through New Brunswick Performing Arts Center with George Street Playhouse & DEVCO APP.com (Asbury Park, NJ) Supreme Court Limits Drunk Driving Laws APP.com (Asbury Park,...
    MANALAPAN, New Jersey (WABC) -- Paulo Santos of Manalapan had just come off of a ventilator on his 39th birthday last April 7 and was too weak to talk, but this weekend, he plans to run 20 miles."The timeframe I was on a ventilator, the world had literally changed in that three-week span," Santos said.It had turned into a world of lockdowns and a raging pandemic.Santos was an early COVID patient. He was admitted to CentraState Medical Center on March 17 and transferred a week later to Jersey Shore University Medical Center."We were dealing with pneumonia, respiratory failure, and severe COVID so he was in a bad way," Dr. Eric Costanzo said.Costanzo and his team began proning Santos and started him on Remdesivir and amazingly, just two days after coming off the ventilator, he headed home."I remember the first days at home I was still in a walker, I couldn't stand up," he said. "Then the next few weeks, I made it to the driveway, then I started running again."That running was healing for his body and soul. Even though...
    SAN DIEGO (AP) — Two smugglers were sentenced to federal prison on Friday for leading three sisters from Mexico into California, where they froze to death in a mountain snowstorm. Cecilio Rios-Quiñones, 38, and his brother, 23-year-old Ricardo Rios-Quiñones, received 5 1/2 years each in U.S. District Court in San Diego. They pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy and other charges. Prosecutors said the men, who are from Chihuahua, led the women across the border on Feb. 10, 2020, and were in a rugged area near Mount Laguna, about a dozen miles north of the border, when a snowstorm struck. The woman, from Oaxaca, died from hypothermia. The women, who came from poor rural areas and were seeking better lives, lacked proper clothing or supplies for a journey of several days through rain and snow, authorities said. Defense attorneys argued that the brothers were only paid to be guides and hadn’t expected such severe weather. They huddled with the women, trying to keep them warm, and one finally hiked down the mountain to find a spot for cellphone reception...
    Lucas Veríssimo, player of the Benfica and one of the proper names in the history of Saints Brazilian, tells in an interview for Globoesporte his hard beginnings in the sports school in which he was trained in Sao Paulo. Veríssimo’s first steps were in the José Bonifácio School. He arrived there as a child with the illusion and the dream of succeeding one day at Santos, but he did not know the hardships he would have to go through until the opportunity arose. “We had a very bad diet. We ate old rice, it even had dead larvae. It was rice every day and the beans tasted weird. Look how it would be if I look for a photo from that time I was very thin “, says the Benfica player. “I didn’t tell my parents what was going on there because they would make me go home. I fell silent and clung to my dream. I knew I would get to Santos”. Nevertheless He could only last in that school for a year and a half. His mother...
    What’s next for Junior dos Santos and Alistair Overeem? The end of a pair of classic UFC runs came to an end on March 3, when it was reported that the promotion had parted ways with both Junior dos Santos and Alistair Overeem. 3. ONE ChampionshipTo be honest, the Professional Fighters League (PFL) may have been a better third option over ONE Championship. But, the 2021 PFL rosters are locked in place. The PFL would be a possibility if either man is willing to wait until the 2022 season, but that’d be a while out of action — and considering the veteran status of Overeem and dos Santos, and both possibly winding down ‚— that might be too long a wait. The only way this might be a bit more possible is if they do one-off bouts — especially if they somehow wanted to give one to Overeem for a retirement bout. But considering that second part is doubtful and the PFL has their 2021 rosters, let’s focus on ONE. Just like the PFL and their recent big-name signings, ONE...
    New York : The Disciplinary Commission of Femexfut issued this Wednesday the ruling in which denies there is evidence of alleged racist slurs towards the Ecuadorian Felix torres from Santos Laguna, by the Argentine German Berterame del San Luis, after the controversy unleashed in the match between both squads at the start of the seventh date of Guardians 2021. “There are no elements, nor was reliable evidence provided to impose a sanction against the player Germán Berterame, therefore he lacks elements to sanction the player ”, stated the Commission through a press release. #Disciplinary Commission | Resolution of the investigation process for the events that occurred in the Atlético San Luis vs. Santos Laguna de la @LigaBBVAMX. Read more: https://t.co/lK6Hxzly7K#FMFforNuestroFootball pic.twitter.com/cgCy1CAZOx – Mexican Football Federation (@FMF) February 24, 2021 However, such research acknowledges that there are sufficient elements to prove that San Luis players insulted the refereeing body of the party, reason why in that case an economic sanction to the potosino club does proceed. “The Club Atlético San Luis is considered guilty of transgressing article 52 subsection r)...
    Erendira Palma Hernandez La Jornada newspaperSaturday, February 20, 2021, p. 9 Mikel Arriola, president of the Liga Mx, assured that acts of racism will not be tolerated after Santos’ defender, Félix Torres, said he was the victim of a discriminatory insult by a member of San Luis in the match of the day seven of the 2021 Guardians tournament. Given the events reported in the match between Atlético de San Luis and Santos, I reiterate that any type of discrimination will not be tolerated in Liga Mx. Once the investigation is concluded, the corresponding sanctions will be established to prevent these regrettable expressions from being repeated, he published on Twitter. The Liga Mx turned the case over to the Disciplinary Commission to open a file and pointed out that if they determine responsible for the indicated acts, it will be sanctioned in accordance with the established regulations. He assured that as part of the values ​​promoted by sport there is no room for any violent or discriminatory act on and off the field. Although an investigation is already...
    The PP wants to limit the damage that can be done by the trial that began this Monday in the National Court and that will clarify if the reform works of its Madrid headquarters, located at number 13 of Genova street, were paid with money from the formation box b. Thus, Jesus Santos, the lawyer representing the formation, who sits on the bench as subsidiary civil liable, has rejected outright this morning the confrontationbetween Mariano Rajoy, former president of the Government, and Luis Bárcenas, former popular treasurer, who has raised Bárcenas himself. In addition, he has rejected the arguments of popular accusations, which he has tried to discredit calling them “political”, and his request that Rajoy and also José María Aznar testify. Santos has used a harsh tone in his intervention on the previous questions. The former treasurer has assured that his word has no “verisimilitude”. “The confrontation will contribute to the media circus” in which, for the lawyer, the trial can become, which will take months with about 40 sessions. “I don’t like generating any kind of circus, but...
    Getty Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is on his way up to heavyweight and top welterweight contender Gilbert Burns doesn’t believe that’s the right move. During a recent segment on his YouTube channel, the No. 2 ranked “Durinho” said that Jones still has more work at light heavyweight and foresees heavyweight being a tough path for “Bones”. Burns also said he believes No. 1 ranked heavyweight Francis Ngannou will defeat champion Stipe Miocic in the presumed next divisional title fight and then fight Jones. Ngannou is viewed by many as the most powerful fighter in the UFC and has 11 wins by KO/TKO, finishing some of the greatest heavyweights of all time, including former champs Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos. Burns does not like the Ngannou fight for Jones and believes taking it is a major risk for the former light heavyweight king. Jon Jones Heavyweight HopesGilbert "Durinho" Burns talks about Jon "Bones" Jones move to the heavyweight division. Gilbert Alexander Pontes Burns, is a Brazilian professional mixed martial artist and submission grappler who currently...
    Proud Boys leader arrested for property destruction ahead of DC protests 604 unmarked graves were found at Clemson University. This professor seeks to tell their stories All-time soccer icon Pele is refusing to accept that Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have scored more goals than he did © Getty/Olivier Morin Ronaldo, Pele. Getty/Olivier Morin Pele is refusing to accept that Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have scored more goals than him. After Ronaldo scored the 758th goal of his career on Sunday, one more than Pele managed, the Brazilian updated his Instagram bio to claim he had actually scored 1,283 goals during his career. The move comes days after Pele's former club Santos denied Lionel Messi had surpassed the record for the most goals ever scored for a single club.  Pele believes that more than 400 goals he scored in friendlies and other unofficial matches should count to his overall total. "A goal against Transvaal (from Suriname) has the same value as Real Madrid in the middle of the Santiago Bernabeu," Santos' statement said. Visit Insider's homepage for...
    This is the tragic moment a police officer encountered two store thieves in Brazil before one of the suspects shot him in the head Friday. Military Police corporal Derinaldo Cardoso was rushed to Nova Iguaçu General Hospital in Baixada Fluminense and underwent emergency surgery. The 34-year-old married father-of-two was transferred to the intensive care unit but later died from his injuries.   The surveillance video shows Cardoso and his partner aiming their weapons at Jhonny Silva while an armed Jonathan Santos was hiding behind a shelf.  Military Police corporal Derinaldo Cardoso was killed Friday in Baixada Fluminense, Brazil, when he responded to a robbery at a store. The 34-year-old leaves behind a wife and two children Jonathan Santos hides behind a stand before he approached police officer Derinaldo Cardoso and shot him in the head on Friday at a story in Baixada Fluminense, Brazil. Cardoso was rushed to a hospital and underwent surgery before dying Members of the Military Police in Baixada Fluminense, Brazil, pose with Jonathan Santos after capturing him Sunday as he attempted to arrange his surrender to authorities after telling his mother he had...
    For the “Charal” Orrantia, the Warriors go step by step in this unusual Guardians Tournament 2020. And it is that two of the objectives set from the beginning in the collective, they have already achieved them. First, they qualified for the playoffs, and then placed within the top 8 of the standings. The next GOAL is to beat Pachuca, to play the quarterfinals towards the search for the title. “One sets both personal and group goals,” he said this Friday virtually from TSM, where the Albiverdes are preparing for next week’s match at the Corona against the Tuzos del Pachuca. He recalled that the idea is always to classify the great Mexican soccer party, especially in the current campaign, where they made certain modifications, which in a certain way had a cushion to even qualify for reclassification in 12th place. “If you are not within the eight (first places) you can reach a playoff, but given the circumstances and how the tournament looks, we adapted in the table and finally we achieved the closest goal”...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City A new psychological thriller explores the struggles of a mixed martial artist who suffers from mental illness. “Huracán” follows the story of Alonso Santos, an aspiring MMA fighter that suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder. Santos’ DID manifests itself in an aggressive and reckless alternate personality, Huracán, and Santos must learn to grapple with himself before he can beat his opponent in the octagon. This is the first feature-length film for director Cassius Corrigan. The Miami native born to Cuban-Colombian parents moved to Los Angeles to get his education in filmmaking at the School of Cinematic Arts at USC.  “As a kid, I loved the hustle. I was the first kid in my neighborhood with a lemonade stand, I had a car washing, a carpooling business — I enjoyed having a vision and seeing it come to fruition,” said Corrigan. “I fell in love with books, but I realized writing novels wasn’t going to be...
    On a cold March day two years ago, 30 scouts made the trip to Monsignor McClancy to see Quentin Holmes, the Queens school’s highly rated senior center fielder. When Holmes took his at-bats, all the scouts paid close attention. McClancy’s opponent, Mount St. Michael, was irrelevant — until coach Wally Stampfel inserted sophomore right-hander Alex Santos into the game in the later innings. “I’m no dummy,” the Mount St. Michael coach recalled with a laugh in a phone interview. “All of a sudden the scouts who weren’t paying any attention to us, you could see slowly start approaching the backstop and breaking out their radar guns. You could just hear the buzz that was going on.” After the game, one of the scouts approached him. “Who’s that kid?” the impressed evaluator asked Stampfel. “You got to take good care of him. He’s going to be a good one.” The scout was right. Two years later, Santos is the premier high school prospect in the area, a projected first- or second-round pick in this week’s shortened MLB draft. The hard-throwing Bronx...
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