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    A known sex offender who police say was the last person to speak with Delphi murder victims Liberty German and Abigail Williams has denied having any role in their killings in a jailhouse interview.  Kegan Kline, 27, is currently in jail on separate child pornography charges but he was free on February 14, 2017, when the girls were murdered.  He has recently been linked to their killings by police because he was behind a fake Instagram account that cops say the girls were communicating with.  Kline set up the anthony_shots Instagram page to solicit nude photos from underage girls which he said he would masturbate to. He used the photographs of Vince Kowlaski, a police officer and model who lives in Alaska.  In a jailhouse interview with HLN that will air on Saturday as part of its Delphi murder investigation special, Kline says police told him he was the last person to speak with the girls.  Kegan Kline, 27, is currently in jail on separate child pornography charges but he was free on February 14, 2017, when the girls were...
    Vice President Kamala Harris appeared to misspeak during her CBS interview Sunday when she said 'democracy' is the most significant national security threat facing the United States.  She had been trying to echo Democrats' warning about threats to the 'integrity' of the American democratic system as her boss, President Joe Biden, tries to push his voting rights agenda through Congress.  In the final portion of her wide-ranging interview released over the week, Harris also defended the Biden administration's chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan in August, instead blaming its predecessor for first setting the deadline to leave.  'What do you see is the biggest national security challenge confronting the U.S.? What is the thing that worries you and keeps you up at night?' Face the Nation host Margaret Brennan asked. The vice president answered, 'Frankly, one of them is our democracy. And that I can talk about because that's not classified.'  'There is I think no question in the minds of people who are foreign policy experts that the year 2021 is not the year 2000. You know, I think there's so...
    An 11-year-old boy in Colorado was murdered by his stepmother in his bedroom before she stuffed his body in a suitcase, drove to Florida and threw the case off a bridge, a court has been told. Prosecutors in El Paso County, Colorado, laid out their case against Letecia Stauch, 37, on Thursday. They were aiming to convince Judge Gregory Werner that there was enough evidence to proceed with the case. He will announce his decision on September 23. Gannon Stauch was reported missing on January 27, 2020. Gannon Stauch's stepmother Letecia appeared in court in Colorado on Thursday for a hearing over the murder of the 11-year-old boy, to decide if there is enough evidence to proceed The suspected killer (pictured after her arrest in South Carolina in March 2020) was extradited to Colorado Jason Yoder, with Santa Rosa County Sheriff's office in Florida, told the court that their forensic experts believe the boy was killed in his bedroom then driven to his area. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Investigators believe Gannon Stauch's...
    Fox News’ Tucker Carlson made it pretty clear he had no plans to ever run for president, saying maybe if he was the “last person on earth.” “Oh God, come on!” the former co-founder of The Daily Caller and current host of “The Tucker Carlson Tonight” show shared during his appearance on the podcast “Ruthless.” The comments were noted by The Hill in a piece published Monday. (RELATED: ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ Keeps Fox News Ahead Of Competition In May) “Yeah. I’ll be running,” he added facetiously. “That seems like a fun job. I’m sure my poor children would love that. Can you imagine?” Fox News host Tucker Carlson wants to end the speculation and rumors: He is not going to run for president. At least not in 2024. https://t.co/0t4bfOdpNQ pic.twitter.com/n9iDKd9R9B — TVNewser (@tvnewser) June 21, 2021 “I’ve known and talked to every president, you know, for a while, for like more than 30 years,” Carlson continued. “And you know, I can’t think of anyone whose life was improved by that. I mean, I guess if like I was the last...
    TUCKER Carlson has dismissed a 2024 presidential run and said he would only consider the role "if he was the last person on earth." The popular Fox News host said: "I’ve known and talked to every president, you know, for a while, for like more than 30 years. And you know, I can’t think of anyone whose life was improved by that.”  4Tucker Carlson has dismissed a 2024 presidential runCredit: Fox News Asked about potential run on the Ruthless podcast last week Carlson added: "Oh, God, come on. "That seems like a fun job. I’m sure my poor children would love that. Can you imagine? “I mean, I guess if I was the last person on Earth, I could do it, but I mean, it seems pretty unlikely that I would be that guy.  I'm a talk show host; I enjoy it." Carlson, the country's top rated cable news host, has been linked to a run for office in recent months. 4Trump has teased running for president again in 2024 but has not yet announced a formal decisionCredit: AP...
    Fox News’s Tucker CarlsonTucker CarlsonKinzinger: Conspiracy theory FBI planned Jan. 6 example of 'legacy of Trump and Trumpism' Fox launches Apple podcast subscription service FOX News Podcasts+ Overnight Defense: Top admiral shoots back at criticism of 'woke' military | Military guns go missing | New White House strategy to battle domestic extremism MORE said he has no interest in running for the White House during an interview Friday with the conservative podcast Ruthless. “Oh God, come on!  Yeah. I'll be running,” Carlson said facetiously when asked if he was running for president.” Carlson said the job has no appeal to him and would also not be very popular with his family.  “That seems like a fun job. Ha-ha-ha-ha, I'm sure my poor children would love that. Can you imagine?” he said. “I've known and talked to every president, you know, for a while, for like more than 30 years. And you know, I can't think of anyone whose life was improved by that.”  “I mean, I guess if like I was the last person on earth, I could do it, but I...
    More On: afghanistan Trump blasts Biden plan to withdraw from Afghanistan ​Secretary of State defends Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal Disney’s ugly transformation of a US war hero into a villain ‘Manslaughter’ hard to prove and other commentary Vice President Kamala Harris on Sunday said she was the “last person in the room” for President Biden when he made the decision to pull all US troops out of Afghanistan. In an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Harris was asked about Biden’s statement that he wanted the VP to be “the last voice in the room,” particularly when making big decisions, like he was when he served as vice president under Barack Obama. Harris confirmed that was the case regarding the move to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11, the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. “This is a president who has an extraordinary amount of courage,” Harris said regarding the decision, which was announced earlier this month. President Joe Biden has previously said that he wants Vice President Harris to be the “last person in the room”...
    A self-described 'witch' from Alabama who was suspected of being involved in the disappearance of a Georgia mother has had kidnapping charges related to her son dropped without explanation by a federal judge. But Shannon Demar Ryan, 40, was immediately re-arrested on Florida state charges.  Ryan was the last person to be seen with Leila Cavett, 21, before she vanished nearly nine months ago. She traveled from Georgia to Florida to sell Ryan her pickup truck, met him at a gas station in Hollywood, Florida on July 25, 2020 and headed to the beach in Ryan's gold Lexus, according to the federal complaint. She has not been seen since.  The next morning, her son was found about 12 miles away wandering around a Miramar apartment building, according to court documents.    Ryan was facing federal kidnapping charges related to the boy, but those were dropped Thursday. He now faces a Florida state felony charge of child neglect without great bodily harm connected to Cavett's son.  He appeared in court via Zoom Thursday morning for arraignment.  Self-described 'witch' Shannon Ryan is a...
    (CNN)The Colorado police officer slain in Monday's massacre at a Boulder grocery was the final person shot in the rampage that left 10 people dead, police said Friday.And no one -- other than that officer, Eric Talley -- was shot after he and other officers started engaging the gunman at the King Soopers store after witnesses called 911, Boulder police said.Boulder police made the comments on Twitter, responding to what it said were "comments from some in our community who questioned the response time of our officers.""We think it's important to share that Officer Talley led a contact team of officers into the store within 30 seconds of arriving on scene," the department's tweet reads.These are the victims of the Boulder grocery store shooting"The suspect then shot at officers, killing Officer Talley, and firing on officers until he was taken into custody. No other individuals were shot or killed after these brave officers engaged the suspect," the department's account reads.Read MoreThe tweets do not address when the 911 calls started, and when police arrived at the store. Police previously said...
    A deadly Ebola-like disease found in Bolivia can spread from person to person, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned on Monday.  Known as the Chapare virus, the infection causes high fevers, abdominal pain, bleeding gums, eye pain and skin rashes.  A single case was reported in the Bolivian province for which the disease is named in 2003 after it made the jump from animals - apparently through the bites or scratches of rodents - to humans.   But now the CDC has confirmed during a Monday conference that it reappeared in 2019 and spread from one patient to four others - and three of the five total cases proved fatal, LiveScience reported.  If this sounds like coronavirus deja vu, it isn't, CDC officials say. They note that hemorrhagic fevers like Chapare and Ebola very rarely become widespread because they have immediate, obvious symptoms and often, sadly, turn fatal before they have a chance to spread.  And most of the people who died in the 2019 outbreak were not random, untraceable contacts, but health care workers who had...
    Police have named a person of interest in the disappearance of a Seattle woman who vanished during a visit to Dallas on October 4.  Marisela Botello was last seen leaving a nightclub with Charles Beltran on October 4 while visiting Dallas to see her ex-boyfriend. Authorities have been unable to locate Beltran and Botello has not been heard from.  According to Botello's aunt, police tried to reach Beltran but he has moved and has disconnected his phone.   Now, police are asking anyone with information to come forward. Beltran was last seen driving a black 2014 Audi A6 with Texas license plate MJG 3114. Botello had gone on a trip to the city to visit her ex-boyfriend on October 2 and was due to fly back to the home she shares with her parents in Seattle, Washington state, the following day. She hasn't been seen since. She never made her flight and her cellphone and credit cards haven't been used since the early hours of October 5.    Marisela Botello was last seen leaving a nightclub with Charles Beltran (left) on...
    Obsessively jealous and fiercely loyal, this is the woman who called herself Jeffery Epstein’s girlfriend and was the last person to speak with the monstrous pedophile before his prison death last August. Seen here exclusively and for the first time since her identity was revealed in March, Karyna Shuliak, 31, was with Epstein on his private jet when he was arrested last July as the FBI swooped on him when he landed from Paris back at Teterboro, New Jersey. Shuliak, from Belarus, was known as ‘the inspector’ for her obsessive snooping on Epstein during their relationship that lasted up to a decade. Now, DailyMail.com has these exclusive pictures that offer the first glimpse of Shuliak's furtive existence since then. Dressed casually in white shorts and a lilac polo shirt, with her long brown hair pulled back into a loose ponytail, nothing about Shuliak’s lowkey appearance suggests the world of wealth and depravity in which she once moved. Shuliak spent close to an hour inside a nutritional health store on New York’s Upper East Side before browsing the aisles of a...
    The last person to receive a Civil War-era pension died in North Carolina last week, according to reports. The Wall Street Journal reported that Irene Triplett died at a nursing home in Wilkesboro on May 31. She was 90. Triplett’s father,  Moses "Mose" Triplett, was a confederate soldier who deserted in 1863 and joined Union forces the following year, according to The Journal. The Wilkes-Journal Patriot reports that he married Irene’s mother Elida Hall in 1924 when he was 78 and she was 28. Mose Triplett was 83 when his daughter was born. CIVIL WAR SOLDIER’S GRAVESTONE DISCOVERED, MAY OFFER VITAL CLUE TO LONG-LOST AFRICAN-AMERICAN CEMETERY In the Union army, 80 percent of the men were in the infantry, 14 percent in the cavalry, and 6 percent in artillery. In the Confederate army, 75 percent of the men served in the infantry, 20 percent in the cavalry, and 5 percent in artillery - file photo. (Photo by Matthew Brady/Buyenlarge/Getty Images) “It was common for young women to marry elderly pensioners to get a guaranteed lifetime widow's pension. Children of veterans also...
    The last person to receive a pension from the American Civil War has died. Irene Triplett had collected a $73.13 check every month — a century and a half after the war ended — up until her death at the age of 90 on Sunday, according to her obituary in The Wall Street Journal. There were several factors for the shocking payouts. Triplett’s father, Pvt. Mose Triplett, fathered her during his second marriage when he was just a few weeks away from turning 84 years old. And Irene, who suffered from mental disabilities, qualified for the pension as a helpless adult child of a veteran, receiving $876 a year. She passed away due to complications with a surgery in a North Carolina nursing home where she resided. Mose Triplett fought for both sides in the war. First, he enlisted in the Confederacy, fighting for two North Carolina infantries. He was in the 26th North Carolina Infantry Regiment when he became sick as they marched toward Gettysburg and ended up missing the historic battle that led to the killing, wounding or...
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