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    Kanye West's fourth divorce lawyer has officially withdrawn from his case.  Samantha Spector was relieved as his counsel on Friday, according to TMZ. Spector filed to be removed from the case several months ago and cited an irreconcilable breakdown with the rapper as the reason. Seeking new legal representation: Kanye West's fourth divorce attorney has officially quit Kanye and his ex-wife Kim Kardashian had a trial-setting conference on Friday, and Spector was set to officially withdraw in a date next week, but the judge ended up approving it today.   According to TMZ, the judge informed the court that Kanye needed to take action and submit his financial declarations to settle lingering issues or else the case would head to trial in December. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kim Kardashian, 41, is 'excited' for her beau Pete Davidson,... Kim Kardashian models ex Kanye West's brand YEEZY with their... 'Best friends!': Kim Kardashian shares cute snap of daughter... Katy Perry takes playful jab at Kim Kardashian's romance... Share this article Share 'If...
    A Virginia judge has removed the woke Loudon County's District Attorney's office from a burglary case after a prosecutor downplayed an alleged burglar's criminal history. Loudon County Circuit Court Judge James Plowman ruled that the county's Commonwealth's Attorney's Office must be removed from a serial burglary case for 'deliberately misleading the Court and the public,' FOX News reported Wednesday. 'The Commonwealth is deliberately misleading the Court and the public in an effort to "sell" the plea agreement for some reason that has yet to be explained,' Plowman wrote in his decision removing the office - led by Democrat Buta Biberaj -from prosecuting the case against Kevin Enrique Valle. Valle is accused of engaging in a 'possible 12 burglary crime spree spanning four counties over 10 days,' and is charged with three misdemeanors for destruction of property and false identification, as well as two felonies for burglaries. But Plowman said Michele Burton - a prosecutor for the Commonwealth's Attorney's Office - offered Valle a six-month plea deal by downplaying his previous criminal history and not including other burglary charges lodged against...
    THE 14-year-old boy who fell to his death after slipping off the world's tallest drop ride at Icon Park in Orlando died from blunt force trauma, an autopsy report says. The report says Tyre Sampson, 14, sustained extensive injuries to his head, neck, torso as well as internal injuries. 1Tyre Sampson died of blunt force trauma after slipping off the world's tallest drop ride and diedCredit: Facebook The teen's death was officials ruled an accident by the medical examiner months after his family filed a lawsuit against the park's owner, the ride manufacturer and the builder for negligence. More to follow...For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun.
    Cops have filed new charges against an accused serial sex predator who they say terrorized dozens of women in Florida the 1980s, thanks to DNA taken from the 62-year-old suspect's son that helped detectives link him to six such cold cases.  Robert Koehler is currently being held in Broward County on the charges, which cops say fit the modus operandi of the so-called 'Pillowcase Rapist'.  Dubbed the 'Pillowcase Rapist' by the press due to the fact the assailant would cloak the heads of his victims - and in some cases, his own - in a pillowcase during the sordid attacks, police had been unable to produce a suspect - until now. On Tuesday, the sheriff of Broward county, Gregory Tony, announced that Koehler had become their primary suspect in the cold case, during a presser that saw cops air video of the suspect's now elderly alleged victims speaking out against Koehler. 'Broward County Cold Case Unit detectives worked with Broward State Attorney's Office prosecutors to bring charges against Koehler in a total of six sexual assault cases,' the Broward County Sheriff's office said,...
    Madeleine McCann suspect Christian Brueckner has spoken for the first time about the case and lashes out at claims he was involved, in a letter seen exclusively by MailOnline. In the five pages Brueckner, 45, who was sensationally named as the man responsible for Madeleine's abduction describes himself as 'the most known bad person in the world'. The convicted rapist, who was made an 'arguido' or official suspect in the case earlier this week stressed he was 'not there at the time and that he wasn't living close to the place'. Madeleine vanished from the Portuguese resort of Praia da Luz in May 2007 where she was on holiday with her parents Kate and Gerry and siblings. Brueckner, who has been linked to four other child murders across Europe since 1996, was sensationally named by German prosecutors as the man 'responsible' for Madeleine's kidnap and murder in June 2020. On Thursday, the child sex offender was handed a document in prison informing him he was being made an 'arguido' by Portuguese prosecutors. German detectives interviewed Brueckner at Oldenburg jail, where...
    The murder trial for Colorado man Barry Morphew over the killing of his wife Suzanne Morphew has has been dismissed after police said they believed they have located her body.   The District Attorney filed a motion in court to dismiss the case on Tuesday morning after Barry Morphew arrived at court hand-in-hand with the couple's two adult daughters. Suzanne Morphew was reported missing on Mother's Day in 2020. Her body has never been found.  Her husband was arrested nearly a year later and charged with first-degree murder, tampering with a deceased human body, and tampering with evidence. He also faced charges of possession of a dangerous weapon, and an attempt to influence a public servant.  In the filing to court on Tuesday, the District Attorney said that prosecutors were hoping to find Suzanne's body before the end of a trial, but weather has complicated the efforts.  The area where they believe her body is buried - on a remote mountain region near the Morphew home - received a significant amount snow.  'To date, the area has five-feet of snow concealing the location where the...
    A MAN was found guilty of murdering his wife and children before living with their corpses for weeks, but there are even more chilling details involved. Anthony Todt was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole on Thursday. 5Anthony Todt was found guilty of murdering his wife and children 5Photos show him with wife Megan and their children Alek (13), Tyler (11), and Zoe (4)Credit: Wesh 5Todt was arrested in 2020Credit: Alamy He was also sentenced to one year in county jail for the dog’s death. His trial wrapped this week more than two years after his family's bodies were found. LIVED WITH CORPSES 'FOR WEEKS' Todt, a former physical therapist, had been living in the family's Disney vacation home for quite a time before Osceola County officials found him during a wellness check. Officials found his family's bodies on January 13, 2020, and it was later revealed that his wife Megan, children 13-year-old Alek, 11-year-old Tyler, four-year-old Zoe, and dog Breezy may have been dead on December 29. read more in crimeMYSTERY DEATH Cops investigate whether...
    Jussie Smollett has dropped a new song three weeks after he was released from Cook County Jail in Chicago, Illinois, pending an appeal of his conviction after allegedly faking a hate crime. The Empire star, 39, took to Instagram on Friday and posted a lyric video set to his new tune, Thank You God, where he touches on his recent legal troubles. 'Some people searching for fame / Some people chasing that clout / Just remember this ... this ain't that situation / You think I'm stupid enough to kill my reputation?' he sings. Musician: Jussie Smollett, 39, has dropped a new song three weeks after he was released from Cook County Jail in Chicago, Illinois, after being sentenced for faking a hate crime; Pictured March 10 at his sentencing hearing 'Just simply to look like a victim / Like it's something fun / Y'all better look at someone else / You got the wrong one,' he goes on.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Jussie Smollett makes a rare public appearance at Harry... Jussie Smollett files documents...
    A Texas man's life has been dominated by agoraphobia for over a decade, causing him to miss many major life and family events out of fear of being in large crowds, or in other uncertain situations. Cecil Jackson, 35, of Houston, Texas, told CBS this week that he has not traveled more than one-mile away from his home in over 10 years due to his condition. He describes his life like a 'prison', stuck in one area and basically unable to leave. Jackson is now working to tackle the phobia that has cost him years of his life, and hopes to help the millions of others that also suffer from the condition that is more common than the general public may think. Cecil Jackson (pictured), 35, of Houston, Texas, suffers from a devastating case of agoraphobia that prevents him from traveling more than one mile away from his home Jackson (pictured) told CBS that he has missed weddings, funerals and birthdays within his family due to his fear of uncomfortable and uncertain situations 'I have been colorfully living and silently...
    Former President Donald Trump asked that a federal judge be disqualified from handling his racketeering case against Hillary Clinton and a slew of other Democrats because he was appointed by her husband, according to papers filed on Monday. Last month Trump accused Clinton and a hit list of his favorite targets of trying to rig the 2016 election against him. The case was assigned to U.S. District Court Judge Donald Middlebrooks. But Trump's lawyers said he was appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1997, making him unsuitable to hear the case. 'Due to the fact that the Defendant, Hillary Clinton is being sued by her former opponent for the United States presidency, an election that she lost, regarding serious allegations on her part, as well as her allies, of engaging in fraudulent and unlawful activities against the plaintiff, and because her husband nominated Judge Middlebrooks to the Federal Bench, there exists a reasonable basis that Judge Middlebrooks’ impartiality will be questioned,' his lawyers Alina Habba and Peter Ticktin write. Trump's 108-page suit reads like a who's who of rightwing conspiracy...
    That's when he saw his son covered in blood; the case of water thrown on the ground next to him. "There was blood on his head. I thought maybe he’d fallen on the fence or something when I first saw it. I wasn’t adding it up. No one gets shot around here," Toomey continued. "Can’t describe it," he added. "It’s not something I want anyone, anyone to experience. I was just in the hospital. The doctor said he’s brain dead. Every time I turned away from him and saw him again I’d break down, over and over. He’s only 15! You know, the kid is in the house most of the time playing with his computer and his phone. He went out to get some water." Would-Be Car Thief Shoots at Man, Stray Bullet Strikes Teen Bystander, Police Say www.youtube.com As of Monday afternoon, an investigation into the incident is ongoing and police have yet to make any arrests. The suspects reportedly fled the scene immediately after the shooting. Toomey's death comes as Philadelphia continues to...
    Federal prosecutors targeting Steve Bannon for contempt of Congress admitted Wednesday that they did not seek higher approval within the Justice Department before spying on Steve Bannon's lawyer.  A federal judge on Wednesday ordered the Justice Department to produce internal records related to their decision to prosecute Bannon, a win for the former Trump adviser.  U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols seemed disturbed by the unusual move, repeatedly asking prosecutors why they thought it was proper to secretly gather records of defense attorney Robert Costello's private phone calls, text messages, and emails. Nichols also said that Bannon's team should be offered Justice Department 'statements or writings' that justify the decision to charge him with contempt of Congress given the long-standing precedent of former presidential advisers being immune to subpoenas.   Amanda Vaughn, the lead prosecutor on the case, told the court that her team 'never sought content of any communications,' instead the DOJ sought 'toll records,' to see who Costello was calling or writing and when.  Vaughn did not explicitly state why the Justice Department made the move which could violate attorney client...
    First dates can be nerve-racking, and saying the wrong thing can instantly change the atmosphere and destroy any chances of a follow-up meeting. People from around the world have taken to anonymous sharing app Whisper to reveal the most awkward things they've unexpectedly been told while on a first date. One woman from Mumbai was left speechless when her dining companion said he hadn't expected her to eat so much when paying the bill.   Elsewhere, a woman, from England, admitted her encounter didn't end well after receiving unwanted comments about her breast size, while another was told she would be 'easier to tame' because she'd not dated before.  People from around the world have shared the most awkward things said on a first date - including a woman from New York, who was told not to lose any weight  A woman, who lives in Mumbai, chose not to go on a second date with a man who confessed to being surprised by the amount of food she ate  Out of focus: A woman, from England, said her date with a man...
    Disgraced lawyer Alex Murdaugh's legal troubles are continuing to mount with a fresh lawsuit from the ex-girlfriend of his murdered son who says she was left 'permanently disfigured' from a boat crash while killed a teenage girl. Murdaugh is currently in jail for trying to fake his own death and faces a total of 74 criminal charges after allegedly trying to swindle $8.8million in wrongful death and accident settlements while working as a South Carolina injury lawyer. In February 2019, Murdaugh's son Paul allegedly ploughed their 17ft bay boat into a bridge, sending three people overboard. Two were rescued from the water but Mallory Beach, 19, was killed and her body was recovered from the water seven days later. Paul was allegedly drunk at the time he was driving the boat, but he was not given a sobriety test, booked in jail or even handcuffed after the crash, leading to speculation he received special treatment due to the family's legal connections. At the time, Paul was dating Morgan Doughty, who was on the boat at the time and is now seeking punitive damages...
    Before he settled out of court last night, Prince Andrew was set to be dealt a major blow in his US sex case thanks to Ghislaine Maxwell. A leaked email from the prince's friend and now convicted sex trafficker appeared to confirm the authenticity of an infamous picture of the duke standing with his arm around his accuser, Virginia Roberts. The photograph, said to be taken in Maxwell's London townhouse in 2001, had been questioned by Andrew and just this week his legal team had demanded Miss Roberts turn over the original. A leaked email from the prince's friend and now convicted sex trafficker appeared to confirm the authenticity of an infamous picture of the duke standing with his arm around his accuser, Virginia Roberts The duke's legal team had claimed it might be a fake, but an email obtained by the Daily Mail shows that even Maxwell, who appears in the background of the photo, believes it to be real. In the message, sent in 2015, Maxwell says: 'It looks real. I think it is.' On a dramatic day...
    Prince Andrew is thought to be using cash from the sale of his beloved ski chalet to fund his out-of-court settlement in his sex abuse case. The under fire prince was reported last month to have found a buyer for the luxury retreat in Verbier in a deal worth an estimated £18m. Locals in the up-market Swiss resort are speculating that he had to dispose of the lodge to settle his case with Virginia Giuffre and avoid a court appearance. A Buckingham Palace source suggested that Andrew's payout could have cost him in the region of £7.5m, although the actual figure is shrouded in secrecy. One near neighbour in the Alpine village said: 'Andrew and his family loved their chalet – and he would never have wanted to sell it unless he was forced to. 'He obviously wanted to avoid going to court with all the shame that it would have heaped on him and members of the Royal family, no matter how much he protested his innocence. 'It looks like selling up was the only option for him to...
    THE Gabby Petito-Brian Laundrie case is full of revelations relating to discoveries from Laundrie's notebook and other personal belongings. After a thorough investigation, the case is coming to a close four months after Petito's remains were found in Grand Teton National Park. 5Gabby Petito's remains were found in Grand Teton National ParkCredit: Social Media - Refer to source 5The gun found at the environmental park in FloridaCredit: Christopher Sacco The FBI provided a final investigative update on the case after meeting with the late woman's family on January 20. FBI Denver Division Special Agent in Charge Michael Schneider said in a statement: "The FBI’s primary focus throughout the investigation was to bring justice to Gabby and her family. "The public’s role in helping us in this endeavor was invaluable as the investigation was covered in the media around the world. "On behalf of the FBI, I want to express my deepest appreciation to the public for the thousands of tips that were provided during the investigation, and to our local, state and federal law enforcement partners for their...
    Anne Frank may have been betrayed by a Jewish notary who became an informant for Nazi occupiers in order to save his own family's lives.   It has long been theorized that the young Jewish diarist and her family were discovered by Gestapo officers in 1944 after a tip-off from an unknown informant but now a retired FBI agent believes he has come up with the name of the man who revealed where the Franks were hiding:  Arnold van den Bergh.   For the last six years, Vince Pankoke, who worked for the FBI for 30 years targeting Colombian drug cartels, has worked with a team of investigators and attempted to try to crack the case using modern crime-solving techniques.  Alongside various investigative strategies, Pankoke and his team used artificial intelligence to sort through reams of data and original documents in an attempt to discover who betrayed the Frank family ultimately leading a search team to their secret annex hidden behind a bookcase. The investigation found Amsterdam businessman Arnold van den Bergh, pictured, revealed where the teenager was hiding Vince Pankoke believes he has...
    Ultimately, it is a mess. Even now, close to a week on. We are little nearer to knowing whether Novak Djokovic will still be in the draw come Monday. Little nearer to finding out whether he will be detained, deported or defending his title. It is an avoidable, unedifying mess. Australia did not want him in Melbourne, and should have made that clear a long time ago. Instead the hosts granted him a visa and, almost immediately, regretted it. So now, here we are again. Back in blacked out vans, back to Melbourne’s Federal Circuit and Family Court, in front of Justice O’Callaghan, with more legal argument to come. But not back in the Australian Open. Not yet. For now, Djokovic’s visa remains cancelled and Alex Hawke, Immigration Minister, hopes to have succeeded where many opponents have failed in expelling Djokovic from the first Grand Slam of the year. Novak Djokovic could be detained, deported or defending his Australian Open title next week Djokovic had his visa revoked again on Friday and will spend the weekend in detention centre RELATED...
    Prince Andrew is reportedly trying to force through the sale of his £17million Swiss ski chalet to help foot the bill for his spiralling legal costs as he fights sexual abuse allegations made by Virginia Roberts.  According to The Mirror, the Duke of York is attempting to speed up the sale of the luxurious property because his mother the Queen will not pay his lawyers' fees.  Andrew bought the seven-bedroom Chalet Helora, in the luxury Swiss resort of Verbier with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson in 2014 for £16.6million.  It emerged last year that Andrew was selling the property. The Duke is also needing to find the funds to pay his team of US and UK-based lawyers as they battle the claims made by Ms Roberts.   Ms Roberts, who now uses her married name of Giuffre, claims that the prince had sex with her three times after she was trafficked by paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Prince Andrew has consistently denied the allegations. Prince Andrew is reportedly trying to force through the sale of his £17million Swiss ski chalet to help foot the...
    Tennis superstar Rafael Nadal has served a brutal swipe at rival Novak Djokovic whose Australian Open title defence could be over before it even started. Djokovic could be kicked out of the country within days after he arrived in Melbourne late Wednesday night without the right visa, which was rejected by border force officials. As Djokovic's team prepared to fight his case in the Federal Court, Nadal weighed into the saga on Thursday with a blatant shot at the world number one.  The Spaniard is also in Melbourne to prepare for the grand slam, just weeks after he tested positive to Covid-19. Nadal says Djokovic wouldn't be in the predicament he's in right now if he was vaccinated. Rafael Nadal (pictured on Thursday) has weighed into Novak Djokovic's deportation drama 'The world has been suffering enough. Get vaccinated. If he wanted, he would playing here in Australia without problems,' the world number six said. 'I went through COVID. I have been vaccinated twice. If you do this, you don't have any problem to play here. That's the only clear thing. 'The rest...
    An associate of the former Spanish King Juan Carlos 'threatened his ex-lover at a London hotel' before an 'intruder at her Swiss apartment left a book about the death of Princess Diana on her coffee table', the High Court has heard. Juan Carlos, 83, is seeking immunity from the English courts over allegations he caused his ex-lover Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn, a Danish businesswoman, 'great mental pain' by spying on and harassing her.  Ms zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn, 57, is attempting to pursue a civil claim in the High Court in London for personal injury damages over the former king's alleged actions. It comes after it emerged three of Spain's largest firms paid an alleged lover of Juan Carlos £4.6million to keep evidence of their affair secret, according to the leaked diaries of a disgraced police commissioner. Repsol, Santander and Telefonica each paid £1.8million in installments starting in the late 1990s to the country's security service which then passed the money to model and Miss World contestant Barbara Rey, the diaries allege.  The money changed hands after José María Aznar, Prime Minister of...
    CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — Federal marshals in Ohio say a 1969 bank robbery — one of the biggest in Cleveland’s history — was closed following the death earlier this year of the man they say was responsible. Theodore John Conrad, 20, was a bank teller at the Society National Bank in Cleveland when he walked out at the end of his workday on a Friday with a paper bag containing $215,000, authorities said. That’s the equivalent of more than $1.7 million in 2021 dollars. The theft wasn’t discovered until a few days later, and Conrad was never seen again. READ MORE: Bodies Of Couple Missing 3 Years Believed To Be Found In Ohio RiverAuthorities said Conrad had become obsessed a year earlier with the 1968 film “The Thomas Crown Affair” starring Steve McQueen about a bank robbery for sport by a millionaire businessman. Conrad told friends that taking money from the bank would be easy, even indicating plans to do so. In the years since, the case was featured on shows like “America’s Most Wanted” and “Unsolved Mysteries” and investigators...
    BRIAN Laundrie's 'digital footprint' could be key in the investigation into his and Gabby Petito's death, according to police. Investigators hope that the 23-year-old's social media profiles and phones will contain never-before-seen information, The Independent reports. 3Brian Laundrie's 'digital footprint' could be key in the investigation into his and Gabby Petito's death, according to policeCredit: Moab Police Department 3The couple were active on social mediaCredit: Pinterest NPPD spokesperson spokesman Josh Taylor said: "Everything that’s been gathered in digital information, the digital footprint that’s never been revealed that will certainly be a part of (the FBI’s) entire case." Brian's remains were found on October 21 at Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.; Gabby was found dead in a Wyoming national park in September. The couple were active on social media, documenting their journey across the US on various platforms. AUTOPSY INCONCLUSIVE It’s not known how Laundrie died as preliminary autopsy results came back inconclusive. His remains have been sent off to an anthropologist for further examination. Attorney Steven Bertolino, who has represented the Laundrie family throughout, says autopsy results could be returned...
    A Colorado man accused of murdering his wife has plans to sue federal, state and local prosecutors and investigators for 'extreme and outrageous conduct' after they allegedly withheld evidence about her disappearance and death.  Barry Morphew, 53, was arrested in May of this year and charged with the murder of his wife, Suzanne, 49, who disappeared on Mother's Day 2020. Her body has never been found. Barry is represented by the Denver-based law firm Fisher & Byrialsen, P.L.L.C, which plans to file a civil case against 26 individuals associated with the Chaffee Police Department, 11th Judicial District Attorney's Office, the Colorado Bureau of Investigations and the FBI, according to documents ABC 7 acquired from the law firm. The lawyers claim that investigators intentionally omitted evidence of DNA belonging to an alleged sex offender found in Suzanne Morphew's bike, helmet, car and bedsheets. They also claim evidence was left out about the dart rifle Barry allegedly used to incapacitate his wife - it was actually inoperable at the time of the murder, lawyers say. Barry and Suzanne Morphew are pictured together. Barry is...
    Legendary musician Phil Collins will be grilled under oath by his ex-wife's lawyers about alleged drug use and bad hygiene in a court battle over their Miami mansion. The Genesis singer tried to stop ex Orianne Bates from suing him for half of their former Miami Beach home, but a judge has ruled the case can go ahead. Now Bates' lawyers plan to depose Collins on camera in December when he returns from his Genesis comeback tour, The Last Domino. Bates, who married 32-year-old Tom Bates last year, has made a slew of unpleasant claims in previous filings, alleging the Oscar, Emmy and Grammy winning musician started drinking heavily and popping prescription pills, failed to brush his teeth for months, stopped showering, became 'depressed', 'abusive' and 'incapable of having sex'. Her lawsuit is an attempt to obtain 50% of the house from Collins, which Bates claims Collins verbally promised to her. Phil Collins will be questioned under oath by his ex-wife Orianne Bates' lawyers about alleged drug use and bad hygiene, DailyMail.com can reveal  Bates' lawyers plan to depose Collins...
    A killer principal has been released after 33 years behind bars for murdering his wife - but still insists he didn't do it, and has now vowed to clear his name.    Joe Bryan, 81, - who was recently interviewed for a segment on ABC's 20/20 - was convicted of first-degree murder in April 1986 for the murder of his wife, Mickey Bryan, who had been shot in her bedroom in Clifton, Texas, four times with a .357 caliber revolver on October 14, 1985. He was sentenced to the maximum penalty of 99 years in prison and after his eighth parole attempt, Joe - who has always maintained his innocence - was released in March 2020.  'I'm not a killer. I didn't kill Mickey. I loved Mickey, she was my other self,' he told ABC News.  'I hope to be found actually innocent so it's really truly over with. Then for the first time in 34 years I can have a sigh of relief, and I can go visit Mickey's grave and tell her, 'We know who did it.'  Joe Bryan, a killer...
    A judge has denied four motions by Josh Duggar to suppress evidence and dismiss the child pornography case against him.  Duggar - best known for being a part of his family's hit reality show, 19 Kids and Counting - is charged with downloading and possessing pornographic images of children under 12 years old, which he denies. Last month, his attorneys filed a string of motions asking for evidence to be left out of the case - including photographs of his hands taken by law enforcement which authorities say show a scar that matches those in images seized from his digital device.  The 33-year-old was arrested in April and subsequently bailed out of jail and has spent the intervening months living at a property in rural Arkansas.  On Wednesday, District Judge Timothy L. Brooks filed a memo that explained why he was dismissing all four motions filed by Duggar's legal team.  Josh Duggar was seen last month for the first time since he was released from prison on bail following his arrest on child porn charges in April On April 29, 2021 law enforcement...
    Prince Andrew has become 'isolated' from his family and is the only member of the Firm 'clinging' to the idea he could ever return to public life, a royal editor has claimed.  But speaking to Lorraine today, royal expert Russell Myers said the Firm are 'closing ranks' on Andrew, fearful that he will further damage the firm.  It was revealed yesterday that William branded has branded Andrew  a 'threat' to the future of the monarchy, as senior members of the Royal Family closed the door on the Duke of York - who is being sued in New York by Virginia Giuffre.  She claims he sexually abused her on three separate occasions when she was 17 — in London, New York and on billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein 's Caribbean island. Scotland Yard is also reported to have spoken to the Duke's accuser, but will take no further action.  Andrew, 61, who is not facing any criminal charges, 'categorically' denies Ms Giuffre's claims against him and is thought to be keen to make a return as a working royal.  Scroll down for video  ...
    Dylann Roof wants an entire appellate court to reconsider a decision to recuse itself from hearing his case, as the appeal of his death sentence and conviction in the 2015 racist slayings of nine members of a Black South Carolina congregation winds its way through the judicial system. Last week, Roof’s attorneys made that request of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, writing that the judges who opted to sit out his case should reinstate themselves to consider his petition for a new hearing before the court. Without that move, or changing a court rule prohibiting judges visiting from other circuits from considering such requests, Roof’s lawyers wrote, “no judges exist to consider” his rehearing petition, depriving him of “a critical level of appellate review.” All of the judges from the 4th Circuit, which covers South Carolina, have recused themselves from hearing Roof’s case. No explicit reason was given in the court’s notice of that move in May, although one of the judges, Jay Richardson, prosecuted Roof’s case as an assistant U.S. attorney in 2017, when Roof became...
    By Aya Elamroussi | CNN A man in northeastern Illinois died from rabies about a month after apparently being infected by a bat he found in his room, marking the first human case of the virus in the state since 1954, health officials said Tuesday. The man, who was in his 80s, woke up last month and found a bat on his neck in his Lake County, Illinois, home. After the bat tested positive for rabies, the man declined postexposure treatment, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) said in a news release. About a month after his exposure, the man started suffering from neck pain, headache, numbness in his fingers, difficulty controlling his arms and trouble speaking, health officials said. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Tuesday confirmed the man’s diagnosis after testing at its lab. Wildlife experts found a bat colony in the man’s home, IDPH said. “Rabies has the highest mortality rate of any disease,” IDPH Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike said in the news release. “However, there is life-saving treatment for individuals who...
    (CNN)A man in northeastern Illinois died from rabies about a month after apparently being infected by a bat he found in his room, marking the first human case of the virus in the state since 1954, health officials said Tuesday. The man, who was in his 80s, woke up last month and found a bat on his neck in his Lake County, Illinois, home. After the bat tested positive for rabies, the man declined postexposure treatment, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) said in a news release. Most rabies infections in the United States come from bats, CDC saysAbout a month after his exposure, the man started suffering from neck pain, headache, numbness in his fingers, difficulty controlling his arms and trouble speaking, health officials said. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Tuesday confirmed the man's diagnosis after testing at its lab. Wildlife experts found a bat colony in the man's home, IDPH said.Read More"Rabies has the highest mortality rate of any disease," IDPH Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike said in the news release. "However, there...
    JOSH Duggar is begging for more time to convince a judge to throw out suspicious photos of his hands from his child pornography case, The Sun can exclusively reveal.  Josh, 33, was arrested and charged with possessing and receiving child pornography in April.  5Josh Duggar is requesting more time to convince a judge to throw away photos of his hands in his child pornography caseCredit: Getty 5A scar on Josh's hand matches the mark on images found on his computerCredit: Pacer As The Sun previously reported, Josh’s legal team filed a motion to suppress, which means to not be used in court, “photographs law enforcement took of Duggar’s hands and feet while requiring him to pose for the photographs in custody.”  Josh’s attorneys claimed authorities “did not have a warrant which authorized the taking of the photographs” and that they were taken without his lawyer present.  The court filing provided the three images taken while Josh was in custody on April 29, 2021.  In the photos, Josh has his hands stretched out over his feet, as the pictures are taken from an angle above...
    A serial killer was found guilty of murdering a Stanford University student nearly 50 years ago after a DNA breakthrough that tied him to killing.  Jurors took just one hour to find John Arthur Getreu, 77, guilty of killing 21-year-old Janet Ann Taylor Wednesday after just one hour of jury deliberation. Taylor, the daughter of legendary Stanford football coach Chuck Taylor, was found beaten, strangled and left on the side of the road near the campus on March 24, 1974.  Prosecutor John Stauffer said that Getreu's crimes were sexually motivated and used DNA evidence to identify Getreu in Taylor's death, according to ABC News. Santa Clara County sheriff’s deputies were able to take DNA evidence from a coffee cup that Getreu had thrown away matched with DNA found on the torn green pants of Taylor.  Investigators could not conclusively determine whether Taylor had been raped.  John Arthur Getreu, 77, was found guilty of killing 21-year-old Janet Ann Taylor Wednesday Getreu was an employee at the school at the time of the murder.    He was a supposed family man and Boy...
    After a few months of conflict over the guardianship in which she has been plunged for 13 years, Britney begins her path to freedom. The movement #FreeBrirtney It started as a kind of support for the American singer Britney Spears. Although they did not think that its repercussion would achieve so much in such a short time. Yesterday, Jamie Spears, the singer’s father and legal guardian, announced that he is willing to retire from his legal position. “We are pleased that Mr. Spears and his attorney agreed today to a file that must be removed.” So said in a statement the singer’s lawyer, Mathew rosengart. As a big step in the pop star’s situation, the cards are finally being dealt in her favor. Jamie has been the singer’s legal guardian for over 13 years, where he has been in charge of both her estate and her schedule. After the strong complaints that Britney Spears made in June about the abuse suffered during these years, the pieces began to move. A change of lawyer, a joint custody of the estate...
    Federal prosecutors accused R. Kelly of not telling his sexual partners that he has herpes. Scott Olson/Getty Images Prosecutors allege that R. Kelly didn't disclose his STI status to sexual partners, in violation of a NY law. More than 30 US states have laws criminalizing this behavior.  An HIV/AIDS advocate told Insider these laws contribute to increased stigma and discrimination. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Disgraced R&B artist R. Kelly is on trial for a long list of federal sex crimes, and among them is the allegation that he didn't inform his sexual partners of his positive herpes diagnosis — a violation of a New York public health law. Some HIV/AIDS advocates have long opposed laws that criminalize having sex while diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection on the grounds that, in some cases, the laws could penalize adults for having otherwise...
    A factory worker had to have a nail removed from his scrotum after he accidentally shot himself with a nail gun. The unidentified 27-year-old man, from Italy, was rushed to hospital after his horrific pneumatic gun injury.  But when doctors first looked at his scrotum, they could not see any sign of the nail — despite him being in obvious agony.  There was no clear wound in his skin, forcing medics to use an ultrasound to find the hidden 1.8cm nail. Urologists noticed a thin white line behind his right testicle and whisked him away for surgery in case it was the missing nail.  Their suspicion proved true, with the nail stuck between the top of his testicle and his penis. Remarkably, he suffered no lasting damage to his right testicle or epididymis — the tube that stores sperm. The nail was removed safely and the man, of Ancona, was discharged from hospital the next day. A package centre worker had to have a missing 3/4in (1.8cm) nail removed from his scrotum after he shot himself with a nail...
    Crystal Cox/Business Insider A 51-year-old man in Japan had a stroke while masturbating, but at first he thought it was just an excruciating headache and vomiting. When he arrived at the hospital due to head pain, doctors diagnosed him with a brain hemorrhage. He survived the near-death experience and was hospitalized for two weeks. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A 51-year-old man's pleasure soon turned to pain when he experienced a brain aneurysm after masturbating, according to a case study in the Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases. According to doctors in Japan, who penned the study and treated the unnamed man, he masturbated multiple times every day before he experienced a subarachnoid hemorrhage, a brain aneurysm that causes blood to seep into your skull, according to the Cleveland Clinic. Though the man survived and was discharged from the hospital two weeks after admission, a doctor, who didn't treat the patient, says he was lucky. According to neuropsychologist Dr. Amee Baird, 40% of brain aneurysm patients die, the New York Post reported. Baird also told the...
    The Mighty Ducks star Shaun Weiss graduated from his court-ordered drug program and had a burglary charge dismissed on Wednesday. According to TMZ, the 42-year-old former actor had successfully completed his process of rehabilitation and was praised by the District Attorney's office of Yuba County, California, for his efforts. The troubled performer was previously addicted to crystal methamphetamine and made headlines for his numerous past arrests. Making progress: The Mighty Ducks star Shaun Weiss recently graduated from his drug court program and had his burglary case dismissed The District Attorney's office also gave a statement to the media outlet where they praised Weiss' dedication to getting his life back on track despite his personal issues.  They noted that the actor 'demonstrated perseverance during his recovery complicated by the COVID-19 pandemic. He had to move treatment and transitional living programs on several occasions.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Mighty Ducks star Shaun Weiss, 42, looks like a different... Mighty Ducks star Shaun Weiss is pictured looking healthier... Share this article Share It...
    The lawyers for Fotis Dulos, the Connecticut man accused of murder after his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos vanished, will be banned from discussing the high-profile case for 40 years. According to probate court settlements, his attorneys must also return to his estate more than half the $250,000 retainer Dulos gave them shortly before killing himself just weeks after being charged with his wife's murder.  Probate Judge Evelyn Daly approved the unusual non-disclosure settlements on Tuesday, ending lawsuits filed against criminal defense lawyers Norman Pattis and Kevin Smith, Hearst Connecticut Media reports. A trustee for Jennifer Dulos' family sued the lawyers claiming they improperly kept the retainer.  It is not clear why the attorneys were banned from speaking about the case.  Jennifer Dulos vanished in May 2019 after dropping the estranged couple's five children off at school in New Canaan where she was living - a case that drew international news coverage and led to TV documentaries and a movie.  Fotis Dulos' attorneys, Norm Pattis (left) and Kevin Smith (right), have been banned from discussing the high-profile case for 40 years, according to probate...
    Ronald Greene, shown in an undated photo provided by his family, died in Louisiana State Police custody in May 2019. Family photo via AP Louisiana State Police troopers are leaking about the 2019 death of Ronald Greene, the family attorney says. Ron Haley told Insider the leaks have helped build a case to revisit how the Black motorist died. Haley said he believes a federal grand jury will convene by late summer to weigh charges in the case. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A steady flow of leaks from inside the Louisiana State Police have renewed pressure on authorities in the case of Ronald Greene, who died in custody more than two years ago, according to the family's attorney.  Attorney Ron Haley said over the past nine months, whistleblowers within the state police have released internal memos, recordings, and other evidence from Greene's arrest to the media and other involved parties. "A lot of times law enforcement officers want the community, when they see something, to say something," Haley said in a Monday phone call with...
    (CNN)The Justice Department said this week that former President Donald Trump's delusional claims that he'll be reinstated to the White House could fuel more political violence from his supporters.Trump and some of his allies on the right-wing fringe have pushed the ridiculous theory that he could be reinstated as president next month. There is no legal or constitutional mechanism for that to happen, and Trump's claims of a "stolen" 2020 election have been fully debunked.Federal prosecutors brought up Trump's rhetoric this week in one of the US Capitol riot cases.The rioter, Marine Corps veteran Alex Harkrider, asked a judge to discontinue his GPS tracking and remove his ankle monitor. The Justice Department opposes this request, saying Trump's rhetoric could inspire Harkrider to become violent in the future. Harkrider has pleaded not guilty."Former President Trump continues to make false claims about the election, insinuate that he may be reinstalled in the near future as President without another election, and minimize the violent attack on the Capitol," prosecutors wrote in the filing. "Television networks continue to carry and report on those claims,...
    As President Biden edges toward nominating Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti as ambassador to India, questions remain over whether White House counsel or the FBI have reviewed potentially explosive depositions - some under seal - in the vetting process involving a harassment suit filed by an LAPD officer who was part of the mayor's security detail.  Cop bodyguard Matthew Garza sued the city last summer claiming top mayoral advisor Rick Jacobs sexually harassed him on multiple occasions in the case allegations also surfaced that Jacobs hurled anti-Asian slurs at another aide.  Garza, who spent some six years on the mayor's security detail, claimed Garcetti had witnessed Jacobs' alleged harassment several times and failed to take any action to correct his behavior. Garcetti is not a defendant in the case but testified in a deposition taken earlier this year.  The mayor flatly denied allegations that he kept mum when Jacobs 'screamed' an anti-Asian slur at another aide out the window of Garcetti's car and that Jacobs sexually harassed Garza in his presence 'hundreds' of times.    Joe Biden could potentially face...
    Hunter Biden and a former FBI director were hired by a Romanian tycoon later convicted of bribery - and represented him in meetings with top U.S. officials - emails from Hunter's laptop show. Romanian real estate tycoon Gabriel Popoviciu was convicted in his home country in 2016 of bribing a university official to buy a 550-acre plot of government-owned land for a drastically reduced price. Popoviciu hired Hunter earlier that year as part of an influence campaign to persuade anti-corruption prosecutors to cut a deal or drop the case. The hiring was revealed in 2019, but DailyMail.com can now reveal the extensive propaganda and persuasion campaign planned by Hunter for the Romanian criminal, all while Hunter's father was Vice President. Emails on Hunter's abandoned laptop reveal how Joe Biden's son and his colleagues leveraged their US government connections and plotted a propaganda campaign for the grafting Romanian tycoon. Hunter Biden was hired by a Romanian tycoon later convicted of bribery - and represented him in meetings with top U.S. officials – emails from Hunter's laptop show Romanian real...
    A fourth man was allegedly drugged by a woman he met in a Las Vegas casino who then stole a $40,000 Rolex and $400 cash.  Ashley Trahan, 33, of Las Vegas, has now been arrested in connection with the latest alleged robbery. Her arrest comes just weeks after Windy Rose Jones, 23, was taken into custody accused of drugging three men and robbing them in Sin City casinos between February and April. Police have not suggested any link between the two women.  In a scam reminiscent of J-Lo's hit movie Hustlers, about a group of strippers that drug and steal from men, the latest victim claims he had been enjoying drinks with Trahan, but woke up to find his valuables had gone. According to a police report, the man said he had been gambling at the Lift bar at the Aria Resort and Casino at 3am on March 29 when he met a woman who said her name was 'Kayla'.  He said after they had chatted bout the video gambling machine he was playing and went to the bathroom, leaving his drink behind. ...
    The 14-year-old boy charged with murdering a 13-year-old cheerleader Tristyn Bailey in Florida was held in custody on Tuesday morning for another three weeks while prosecutors decide whether to charge him as an adult and police revealed more of their case against him.  Aiden Fucci, 14, was been named by police as the suspect in the killing of 13-year-old Tristyn Bailey.  On Sunday night, he took a selfie in the back of a cop car which he then posted on Snapchat with the caption 'Hey guys has inybody (sic) seen Tristyn lately'. It was before her body was found in woods.   Now, police say they will use that 'egregious' selfie as evidence against him and that it proves he was 'proud of what he did'.  'I know it looks egregious with him making those statements in that car, but that is now evidence that we gather and use against him. So that just makes our case a better case to present to the State Attorney’s office and to present to a jury down the road saying this was his mindset.  'This is...
    RANDALLSTOWN, Md. (WJZ) — A Baltimore County rapper who stole millions of dollars to boost his rap career was sentenced to more than two years in prison. Thirty-three year old Chad Arrington, who goes by the name “Chad Focus,” pleaded guilty to stealing from his employer and using a company credit card to finance his dreams. READ MORE: Woman Killed After She Was Struck By Tractor-Trailer Following Crash On I-95 In Howard County In all, he stole four million dollars to portray that his career was successful. In addition to the prison sentence, he will have to repay the money. READ MORE: Homicide Investigation Underway After Partial Human Remains Found In Dundalk Rap Artist Chad Focus Sentenced to More Than Two Years in Federal Prison for Wire Fraud Conspiracy: Chad Arrington of Randallstown has been sentenced to 30 months in federal prison and 12 months of home confinement for a federal wire fraud conspiracy. https://t.co/mI0TFQu2OI — FBI Baltimore (@FBIBaltimore) May 6, 2021 MORE NEWS: Baltimore County Public Library Reopening For Public Browsing
    Disneyland reopening marks Californias COVID-19 turnaround Indian diaspora struggles to help homeland ‘gasping for air’ © ET Josh Duggar will be prohibited from reuniting with wife Anna Duggar and their six children amid his child pornography chase. After being arrested in Washington County, Arkansas, the 33-year-old former reality star pleaded not guilty to receiving and possessing material depicting the sexual abuse of children during a Zoom court hearing on Friday. Josh is currently being held at an Arkansas detention center. If he gets released on bail, U.S Chief Magistrate Judge Erin L. Wiedemann said during the hearing, via People, he would be required to stay with a third party custodian with no minor children in the home; meaning he won't be able to return to his Arkansas home. During the hearing, Josh's attorney told the court that he and his client were waiving the right to have the charges read out loud in court. Following the hearing, though, court docs obtained by ET revealed his charges. According to the docs, in May 2019, Josh allegedly used the internet to...
    Harvey Weinstein was secretly indicted on rape charges by a grand jury in Los Angeles, according to a report. The indictment came 'a couple of weeks ago' and closely resembles a criminal complaint filed in January 2020 by former DA Jackie Lacey, Fox News reported. It will likely facilitate the disgraced movie mogul's extradition from New York, where he is already serving a 23-year sentence for rape and sexual assault. Weinstein faces 11 counts in California, including rape and sexual battery involving five incidents between 2004 and 2013. If convicted, the former Hollywood producer faces up to 140 years in prison. Fox reported that the sealed indictment, along with the arrest warrant for Weinstein, are expected to be made public on Monday afternoon following an extradition hearing in Erie, New York. Harvey Weinstein (pictured) was secretly indicted on rape charges by a grand jury in Los Angeles, according to a report. The indictment came 'a couple of weeks ago' and closely resembles a criminal complaint filed in January 2020 by former DA Jackie Lacey, Fox News reported [File photo] RELATED...
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