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    In the investigations he subsequently participated in, he claimed that the D.C. field office was "manipulating" FBI case-management protocol. "Cases are ordinarily characterized and labeled by the originating field office," noted Jordan, "with leads 'cut' to other field offices for specific assistance in that geographic location." The FBI was, however, said to have been engaged in a "manipulative casefile practice" whereby it disseminated J6 cases to local field offices around the country to generate "false and misleading crime statistics." According to Friend's complaint cited by Jordan, "Instead of hundreds of investigations stemming from a single, black swan incident at the Capitol, FBI and [Department of Justice] officials point to significant increases in domestic violent extremism and terrorism around the United States." Jordan wrote that "the FBI's case categorization creates the illusion that threats from ["domestic violent extremism" or DVE] are present in jurisdictions across the nation, when in reality they all stem from the same related investigation concerning the actions at the Capitol on Jan 6." A potential result of this alleged "artificial case categorization scheme" is that...
    The ex-president of the nation’s leading Libertarian youth organization raped and drugged a college student while attending the University of Pittsburgh, rendering the young woman unconscious by spiking her drink with a roofie, according to police. The bombshell allegations follow a wave of other students coming forward last year with similar stories, claiming online that they’d been sexually assaulted by Cliff C. Maloney, Jr., a right-wing darling with ties to high-profile Republicans including Rand Paul and Marjorie Taylor Greene. Police began investigating the allegations on Jan. 20, 2021, when a former student at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, where Maloney founded the campus chapter of Young Americans for Liberty, claimed the now 30-year-old had drugged and raped her at a frat party nearly a decade ago. According to a criminal complaint obtained by The Daily Beast, the woman told cops she was hanging out in a friend’s dorm room the night of Sept. 28, 2013, when she and another student decided to attend an event at the Sigma Tau fraternity. “When I asked [the woman] how she was...
    The boyfriend of a mom-to-be in Texas has been charged with capital murder for allegedly killing the young woman after he found out she was pregnant. Police on Monday announced the arrest of Kwanmaine Travion Boyd, 25, who is accused of shooting 25-year-old Cavanna Smith in the head last month and leaving her dead body in the middle of a Houston street. She was four-and-a-half weeks pregnant at the time of her death, according to a criminal complaint filed in Harris County District Court. Boyd, who went on the run, is unemployed and has no income, but is responsible for $250 a month in support payments for his four children, who range in age from 1 to 5, states a financial affidavit filed Friday. He was booked into the Harris County Jail on Friday at 9:26 p.m. and is being held without bail. “I’m glad that he’s been arrested,” Smith’s mother, Patricia Crockett, told The Daily Beast on Monday, describing her family as “very emotional and distraught” over Smith’s death. “Whatever happens to him, if justice is served, I’m glad....
    A New Jersey schools superintendent who previously admitted beating another man with a baseball bat has been accused of sexually assaulting a family friend while she slept at his house last year. Michael S. Knox, 51, was arrested on Aug. 27 in the Oct. 4, 2020 incident, and charged with second-degree sexual assault, as first reported by The Trentonian. Knox was a superintendent for Fairfield Township schools. His name has been removed from its website. The victim had offered to drive Knox home from a party because he had been drinking, and offered to stay overnight at his Willingboro home, as she considered Knox "like an uncle," the criminal complaint says. Sometime during the night, the woman woke up to Knox on top of her, kissing her and saying he loved her. She pushed Knox off of her as he pulled up his pants, apologized and begged her not to tell anyone, the complaint says. The women went to Willingboro police in the morning. Knox’s first court appearance in Burlington County Superior Court is scheduled for Monday.
    (CNN)New York prosecutors charged Kenneth Kurson, the former editor of the New York Observer newspaper who was pardoned by President Donald Trump, with two state felonies for eavesdropping on his then-wife by installing spyware on her computer. The charges, announced Wednesday by Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance, comes seven months after Kurson, a close friend of Jared Kushner, was pardoned by Trump of federal criminal charges alleging he cyberstalked three people.Kurson was arraigned Wednesday on the two state felonies -- eavesdropping and computer trespass -- and released on his own recognizance, according to a spokesman for the district attorney. He did not enter a plea. Kurson had denied the federal charges. His attorney in that case could not immediately be reached for comment. Read MoreThe state investigation into Kurson's activities began in January after the presidential pardon was issued, according to the DA's office. "We will not accept presidential pardons as get-out-of-jail free cards for the well-connected in New York," Vance said in a statement. "As alleged in the complaint, Mr. Kurson launched a campaign of cybercrime, manipulation, and abuse...
    A Wisconsin woman accidentally shot a friend while using the laser sight on a handgun to play with a cat, authorities said. A criminal complaint charging the 19-year-old woman with negligent use of a weapon said she was visiting a Kenosha apartment on Tuesday afternoon where a 21-year-old man had brought a handgun. The woman, who a witness said had been drinking, picked up the handgun, "turned on the laser sight and was pointing it at the floor to get the cat to chase it," when the gun went off, the complaint filed Thursday said. The man, who was standing in a doorway, was shot in the thigh, authorities said. He left and went into another apartment, where police found him after responding to a 911 call, the Kenosha News reported. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP A tourniquet was applied to his leg to stop the bleeding before he was taken to a hospital. There's no word on his condition, but authorities said he was facing charges for violating bond conditions that prevented him from having a...
    KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin woman accidentally shot a friend while using the laser sight on a handgun to play with a cat, authorities said. A criminal complaint charging the 19-year-old woman with negligent use of a weapon said she was visiting a Kenosha apartment on Tuesday afternoon when she picked up a handgun that had been brought by a 21-year-old man. The woman, who a witness said had been drinking, “turned on the laser sight and was pointing it at the floor to get the cat to chase it,” the complaint filed Thursday said. The gun went off, and the man, who was standing, was shot in the thigh, authorities said. He left and went into another apartment, where police found him after responding to a 911 call, the Kenosha News reported. A tourniquet was applied to his leg before he was taken to a hospital. There’s no word on his condition, but authorities said he was facing charges for violating bond conditions that prevented him from having a weapon. Related Articles Tahoe tourist...
    KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin woman accidentally shot a friend while using the laser sight on a handgun to play with a cat, authorities said. A criminal complaint charging the 19-year-old woman with negligent use of a weapon said she was visiting a Kenosha apartment on Tuesday afternoon where a 21-year-old man had brought a handgun. The woman, who a witness said had been drinking, picked up the handgun, “turned on the laser sight and was pointing it at the floor to get the cat to chase it,” when the gun went off, the complaint filed Thursday said. The man, who was standing in a doorway, was shot in the thigh, authorities said. He left and went into another apartment, where police found him after responding to a 911 call, the Kenosha News reported. A tourniquet was applied to his leg to stop the bleeding before he was taken to a hospital. There’s no word on his condition, but authorities said he was facing charges for violating bond conditions that prevented him from having a weapon. The woman told...
    A Wisconsin woman is facing homicide and other charges for the allegedly poisoning her friend with eyedrops, according to a criminal complaint.   Jessy Kurczewski, 37, was charged Friday with homicide and two counts of felony theft, according to online court records.  The case began in 2018 when Kurczewski called police to her friend's Pewaukee home, saying her friend wasn't breathing, according to a criminal complaint.     Jessy Kurczewski At the home, a deputy found a "pale unconscious female" lying in a recliner in a living room with a large amount of crushed medication on her chest.  Based on their initial observations, investigations thought the woman had died of a drug overdose. Kurczewski said there was a possibility her friend was suicidal, but other witnesses said the woman had never given them that impression.  Toxicology tests showed the woman had a fatal dose of tetrahydrozoline – the main ingredient used in eyedrops – in her system.  Toxicology results from the autopsy showed that the woman had 160 nanograms per milliliter of tetrahydrozoline, an amount one medical examiner said...
    More On: wisconsin Missing teen said she was held captive, sexually abused by three men Teacher caught on video berating vaccinated student for not wearing mask Wisconsin to vote on requiring national anthem at sporting events Milwaukee bakery prints photo of alleged thief on its cookies A Wisconsin woman allegedly poisoned a family friend with eyedrops, tried to make her death look like a suicide and stole thousands of dollars from her, authorities said. Jessy Kurczewski, 37, is accused of feeding a friend for whom she was caring a lethal dose of tetrahydrozoline, the main ingredient in eyedrops, to poison the victim in 2018 — and stealing more than $290,000 from her, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported. The friend, who was not identified, was pronounced dead after Zurczewski called police to her Pewaukee home on Oct. 3, telling cops the victim was no breathing. Detectives said they believed Zurczewski tried to make her friend’s death look like a suicide — putting her in a recliner and putting a “large amount” of crushed medication on her chest, according to...
    A black homeowner in Indianapolis has filed a complaint after her home value more than doubled after she had a white friend stand in for her during a third appraisal. Carlette Duffy believed the first two appraisals she received at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic were too low and were given based on her skin color. Her home was in the Flanner House Homes neighborhood was appraised for $125,000 first in March and April 2020, before dropping down to $110,000. Flanner House Homes is a historically black neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places  For the third appraisal, Duffy kept communication to email and eliminated indicators of her racial identity from her home before having the white husband of a friend stand-in for her during a visit. Scroll down for video  Carlette Duffy (pictured) has filed a complaint after she alleges her home was undervalued by several appraisers last year due to her race Pictured: Duffy's home from several years ago, which was ultimately appraised for $259,000 That time, the home was appraised for $259,000, more...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — An 18-year-old Farmington man is charged with attempted murder in connection with a shooting during an alleged drug deal on Friday. Gage Anderson made his first court appearance on his first-degree attempted murder charge Monday. According to the Dakota County Attorney’s Office, police responded to 209th Street and Catalina Way after a woman reported seeing a driver point a gun out of the window of a vehicle, then follow another man who left the vehicle and ran away. A separate report of someone driving erratically brought police to a staggering man with a gunshot wound on the back of his head. That man described his shooter to police and was taken to the hospital. Later, the victim told police Anderson and a friend “robbed him during a drug deal,” the criminal complaint states. The complaint alleges Anderson and the friend, a juvenile male who was arrested but has not been identified, wanted the victim to give them more money. The victim tried to escape and was shot. Police later found Anderson and the other suspect walking...
    A Long Island DJ who allegedly filmed himself smoking marijuana inside the US Capitol during the January 6 riots has been arrested.  Greg Rubenacker, of Farmingdale, New York, was taken into custody by the FBI on Tuesday morning on misdemeanor charges for disorderly and disruptive conduct on Capitol grounds.  Hours later he was photographed by DailyMail.com leaving US District Court in Central Islip after appearing at an arraignment via video conference.  Rubenacker joins more than 180 other people who have been arrested in connection with the insurrection last month, when thousands of Donald Trump supporters descended on the Capitol in a bid to stop Congress from certifying Joe Biden's victory.  The 25-year-old allegedly documented his role in the chaos on Snapchat, posting videos of himself vaping and smoking a joint inside the Capitol Rotunda, according to a criminal complaint.  Greg Rubenacker was arrested on Tuesday  for storming the Capitol during the January 6 MAGA riots. The 25-year-old DJ from Long Island allegedly posted videos of himself vaping and smoking marijuana on Snapchat, as seen in the photos above from...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) — Pittsburgh suspended freshman forward John Hugley indefinitely for disciplinary reasons Friday following his arrest on felony charges stemming from an incident last summer. Hugley was suspended from the team after he was charged with two counts of felony criminal conspiracy and one felony count of receiving stolen property. He was also charged with driving without a license. Court documents allege Hugley was one of two men who entered a car without permission. According to the criminal complaint, the woman responsible for the car parked her 2012 Chevrolet Malibu on Coltart Avenue on July 18 and the vehicle was gone when she returned in the morning. The complaint says police showed a video to the woman, showing her, a friend and two other players on the men’s basketball team exiting the vehicle on July 18. The group went to a dorm room to party with Hugley, a friend of his and others, the woman told police. According to the complaint, the woman told the police she left her purse and keys in...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITCAIRN (KDKA) — A local police detective has turned himself in to face charges after investigators say he pulled out his gun during a New Year’s Eve party and stuck it in another man’s side. Police say North Braddock Police Detective Craig Gibson surrendered to officers in Pitcairn. He is being held in the Allegheny County Jail while awaiting arraignment. According to the criminal complaint, witnesses told police that Gibson appeared intoxicated when he showed up, uninvited, to a party on Thursday night. Police say he was with a friend. The criminal complaint reports four witnesses said Gibson had his badge visible and was wearing his gun on his hip. Police say people at the party asked him to put his gun and badge away, “because it was unnecessary,” and that’s when investigators say Gibson pulled out the weapon and pushed it against a man’s side. The victim and another man asked Gibson and his friend to leave. The criminal complaint reports that the two men even discussed how to disarm Gibson “if it began to...
    A Trump ally and close associate of Jared Kushner and Rudy Giuliani has been federally charged with harassment and cyberstalking following a routine FBI background check for a potential administration post. Kenneth Kurson, 52, surrendered for arrest on Friday in Brooklyn, after prosecutors said he harassed three individuals online in 2015, when he was editor in chief of the New York Observer and going through a messy divorce. In the twisted case, Kurson is accused of using the online aliases 'Jayden Wagner' and 'Eddie Train' to harass three individuals whom he appeared to blame for his divorce, according to a federal complaint unsealed on Friday. Kurson's attorney, Marc L. Mukasey, told DailyMail.com in a statement: 'Ken Kurson is an honorable man, a loving dad, and a brilliant writer. This case is hardly the stuff of a federal criminal prosecution. He will get past it.' Kenneth Kurson, 52, (right) surrendered for arrest on Friday in Brooklyn, after prosecutors said he harassed three individuals online in 2015. He is seen with Jared Kushner (center) in 2013 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next...
    WASHINGTON -- The Justice Department is suing Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, an ex-friend and former adviser to first lady Melania Trump, claiming she breached a confidentiality agreement by publishing a tell-all book, according to a lawsuit filed in the Washington, DC, District Court on Tuesday.The complaint asserts that Wolkoff violated a nondisclosure agreement and asks for profits from the book to be secured in a government trust. It also says that neither the first lady, her chief of staff nor the White House counsel's office received a draft of the book from Wolkoff and that the former adviser never sought authorization to disclose details of her work for the first lady.CNN has reached out to the Justice Department for comment.Wolkoff told CNN in a statement she "will not be deterred by these bullying tactics.""The President and First Lady's use of the US Department of Justice to silence me is a violation of my First Amendment Rights and a blatant abuse of the government to pursue their own personal interests and goals," Wolkoff said. "I fulfilled all of the terms of the...
    The Department of Justice has filed a complaint against Melania Trump’s former best friend for not submitting a draft of her tell-all book to the federal government for pre-publication review. Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, the planner of President Donald Trump’s 2017 inauguration, penned Melania and Me about the sudden souring of her relationship with the first lady. The look into Melania’s inner circle painted an unflattering portrait of the first lady, as did several clandestine recordings Wolkoff later shared. Filed in Washington, D.C. District Court, the complaint accuses Wolkoff of breach of contract and breach of fiduciary obligations. DOJ lawyers wrote, “Ms. Wolkoff agreed, among other things, ‘that [she was] specifically prohibited from publishing, reproducing or otherwise divulging any such information to any unauthorized person or entity in whole or in part.’”
    EXCLUSIVE DETAILS – Kyle Rittenhouse was back in court on Friday morning as his attorneys continued their efforts to keep the 17-year-old in his home state of Illinois instead of being extradited to Wisconsin to face trial on homicide charges. Rittenhouse wore a face mask as he appeared on a video stream for a brief court hearing in Lake County, Ill., on Friday morning, one day after court papers argued that moving him to Kenosha, Wis. would effectively “turn him over to the mob.” Judge Paul Novak scheduled an Oct. 30 hearing on the extradition request, though prosecutors told Novak they were prepared to move faster. “The law is pretty clear cut on this,” Lake County Assistant State’s Attorney Stephen Scheller said. “This case has been dragging on now, we’re already into October. ... We want a hearing as soon as possible.” In this screen grab from live stream video, Kyle Rittenhouse appears via video during a hearing at the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit Court in Waukegan, Ill., on Friday, Oct. 9, 2020. (Nineteenth Judicial Circuit Court via AP) But John Pierce,...
    A New York family court judge resigned Monday for asking a female court staffer whether “she knew how to do a three-way” before forcibly kissing her, ethics officials said. Disgraced Onondaga Family Court Jurist Michael Hanuszczak was charged by the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct with “uninvited, unwelcome kissing and otherwise inappropriate behavior toward two female court staff,” wrote commission administrator Robert Tembeckjian in a statement. During a subsequent hearing, the charges were substantiated, prompting Hanuszczak’s resignation and agreement to never seek or hold judicial office again, authorities said. A female employee who was assigned to the judge’s court from 2014 to 2017 lodged a complaint in March 2019. Hanuszczak, 64, had repeatedly asked the married woman to join him for dinner, an invitation she declined, and chatted with her about his dating life, according to the ethics complaint. The woman was setting up conference equipment in 2016 when the judge, “while watching her and laughing, asked whether she ‘knew how to do a three-way,’” the papers state. A month later, the woman was transferred to another...
    Telugu TV actress Sravani Kondapalli recently died by suicide at her apartment in Hyderabad. When her mother found her hanging from the ceiling in the bathroom, her family rushed her to the hospital where she was declared dead. The family of the late actress has accused a person named Devraj Reddy who met her through TikTok. They have accused him of harassment and also driving her to take this extreme step. It also comes to light that the 26-year-old had already registered a complaint against the accused. Sravani Kondapalli Dies By Suicide, Telugu TV Actress’ Family Accuses TikTok Friend Devraj Reddy of Harassing and Blackmailing Her. The actress, popular for TV soaps like Manasu Mamata and Mounaragam, had accused Devraj of cheating on her. She also filed complaint against him for threatening her of uploading her private videos and photos on social media. She also stated in the complaint that he demanded Rs 1 Lakh in two installments in order to have her pictures and videos deleted. In the same complaint she had accused him of torturing her mentally...
    Kyle Rittenhouse, the 17-year-old accused of shooting and killing two protesters in Kenosha, Wis., on Tuesday, called a friend as he fled the scene to tell them he “killed somebody,” according to a criminal complaint obtained by CNN. On Thursday, prosecutors in Wisconsin charged Rittenhouse with first-degree intentional homicide, one count of first-degree reckless homicide, one count of attempted first-degree intentional homicide and two counts of first-degree reckless endangerment.  Rittenhouse traveled with his rifle from Antioch, Ill., to the third night of protests in Kenosha after the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a 29-year-old Black man. Police say he shot and killed Anthony M. Huber and Joseph Rosenbaum, as well as wounding a third man. Rittenhouse clashed with protesters for unknown reasons near a car dealership, and Rosenbaum threw an object that appeared to be plastic bag at him. The teen shot Rosenbaum moments later.  Rittenhouse made a phone call and said "I just killed somebody" as he ran away, the complaint alleges. A friend of his told investigators they received the call at 11:46 p.m. local time. A journalist at the...
    By Faith Karimi | CNN Just before midnight Tuesday, a young male clutching a long rifle wandered around the dark streets of Kenosha in a backward baseball cap and a green T-shirt. Protesters in the Wisconsin city were demanding justice after an officer shot local resident Jacob Blake seven times in the back while his children watched from his car. As the 29-year-old Black man fought for his life at the hospital following the Sunday shooting, people marched, chanted and asked why for three days. At times, demonstrators and armed civilians faced off. Then things took a deadly turn. The teenager with the long gun scuffled with people near a car dealership and opened fire, allegedly killing two people and wounding a third, a criminal complaint says. Even as police and emergency vehicles raced to the scene and chaotic videos of the fatal encounter appeared on social media, the armed suspect slipped past a group of officers unnoticed. He was arrested 30 miles away in Antioch, Illinois. Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, is facing charges that he allegedly killed Anthony M. Huber...
    (CNN)Just before midnight Tuesday, a young male clutching a long rifle wandered around the dark streets of Kenosha in a backward baseball cap and a green T-shirt. Protesters in the Wisconsin city were demanding justice after an officer shot local resident Jacob Blake seven times in the back while his children watched from his car. As the 29-year-old Black man fought for his life at the hospital following the Sunday shooting, people marched, chanted and asked why for three days. At times, demonstrators and armed civilians faced off. Then things took a deadly turn. Kenosha shooting suspect faces more homicide chargesThe teenager with the long gun scuffled with people near a car dealership and opened fire, allegedly killing two people and wounding a third, a criminal complaint says. Even as police and emergency vehicles raced to the scene and chaotic videos of the fatal encounter appeared on social media, the armed suspect slipped past a group of officers unnoticed with his gun in his hands. He was arrested 30 miles away in Antioch, Illinois. Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, is facing charges...
    Karl Erwin Swanson knew his long-time friend was having medical problems, so he planned a trip to Minnesota to visit him. He wanted to console his buddy and go fishing with him, Swanson’s mother said Wednesday. But for reasons unknown to Corita Swanson, her 55-year-old son was fatally shot on Saturday, the day after he arrived from Tennessee. Karl E. Swanson (Courtesy of Corita Swanson) Prosecutors charged Jeffrey Alan Thomas, 55, on Monday with the murder of Swanson at Thomas’ Vadnais Heights’ home. In their 29 years of friendship, Swanson’s mother never heard of them having so much as an argument. “I just can’t understand it,” she said. Corita Swanson said her son was caring — he moved to Tennessee 15 years ago and was helping care for her as she aged, and it was concern for Thomas that led Karl to drive to Minnesota for a visit. CALL ABOUT DOG LED POLICE TO HIM Law enforcement responded to a call about a loose dog in Vadnais Heights Saturday — it was the Swanson family dog, and she and Karl...
    Sex assault advocate Daisy Coleman spent months living in fear of a stalker — and had filed a harassment complaint just hours before her suicide, according to reports. Coleman, who shared her own rape ordeal in the Netflix documentary “Audrie & Daisy,” had detailed the alleged harassment that started in December in social media posts only viewable by friends, People magazine said. She feared he was trying to get into her Colorado home when he repeatedly turned up uninvited — and claimed he posted her phone number on Craigslist in a fake ad offering sex acts, the report said. Coleman, 23, then filed a harassment report “on the day she died,” Lakewood police confirmed to The Sun. A friend told People that it was unfair that all the stories were “blaming her suicide on her rape” rather than “putting any blame on this man for harassing her.” “She would rather kill herself than let this man kill her,” the friend said. “All of this is being overlooked and it’s just heartbreaking, because she was begging for help,” the friend added. “She...
    Sex assault advocate Daisy Coleman spent months living in fear of a stalker — and had filed a harassment complaint just hours before her suicide, according to reports. Coleman, who shared her own rape ordeal in the Netflix documentary “Audrie & Daisy,” had detailed the alleged harassment that started in December in social media posts only viewable by friends, People magazine said. She feared he was trying to get into her Colorado home when he repeatedly turned up uninvited — and claimed he posted her phone number on Craigslist in a fake ad offering sex acts, the report said. Coleman, 23, then filed a harassment report “on the day she died,” Lakewood police confirmed to The Sun. A friend told People that it was unfair that all the stories were “blaming her suicide on her rape” rather than “putting any blame on this man for harassing her.” “She would rather kill herself than let this man kill her,” the friend said. “All of this is being overlooked and it’s just heartbreaking, because she was begging for help,” the friend added. “She...
    As a 19-year-old woman was out with a friend on Thursday night, her ex-boyfriend was sending her threatening text messages, according to a criminal complaint. And he told her he would wait for her outside of her home all night. She had her friend drop her off a block away from her residence in St. Paul’s Cathedral Hill area and he got out of his vehicle to ensure she got home safely. That’s when the woman’s former boyfriend approached with a gun in the area of John Ireland Boulevard and Dayton Avenue about 1:30 a.m. Friday, according to the complaint. Anthony John Grote is seen in a 2012 mug shot. (Courtesy of the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office) Anthony John Grote, 27, pistol whipped the woman’s 22-year-old friend in the back of the head before shooting him in the arm, the complaint said. In a struggle that followed, Grote was accidentally shot. Police found Grote, of St. Paul, on the sidewalk with gunshot wounds to his legs. He had a .38 revolver, for which he has a permit to carry. Grote...
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