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    The Hamptons hit-and-run driver who mowed down an 18-year-old man could finally be chucked in jail in the coming weeks, the victim's lawyer has told DailyMail.com. Daniel Campbell, 20, could get 90 days in prison for striking and killing  Devesh 'Devu' Samtani in Amagansett on August 10, 2021, attorney Benjamin Brafman said. He told how the devastated family were hopeful the sentence will be brought down on the defendant next month. It comes less than a month after DailyMail.com revealed Campbell had a string of previous driving offences before mowing down Samtani. They included speeding tickets days before the fatal crash, a head-on collision and even having his license stripped from him. Samtani had been walking along Old Stone Highway with his cousin Kabir Kurani, 18, and their friends trying to get service to get an Uber back home. But he was hit by Campbell - driving a Honda Pilot packed with nine passengers - so hard he flew 6ft into the air, with his shoes flying off his feet. Campbell allegedly then drove off and left the economics student to die on the...
    The View co-hosts laughed out loud mocking former President Donald Trump for saying that documents can be declassified “even by thinking about it.” Thursday’s The View played a soundbite of Fox News host Sean Hannity’s Wednesday interview with Trump, who defended taking classified documents to Mar-a-Lago, which was raided by the FBI last month over Trump and his people allegedly not handing them back over to the National Archives in a timely manner and over the fear that sources and methods could be put at risk. “If you’re the president of the United States you can declassify just by saying it’s declassified, even by thinking about it because you’re sending it to Mar-a-Lago or to wherever you’re sending it, and it doesn’t have to be a process,” he said. After playing the soundbite, co-host Whoopi Goldberg looked like she was meditating. “What are you doing, Whoopi?” asked co-host Joy Behar. “I’m thinking him into jail,” Goldberg said after a couple of moments, prompting laughter from her co-hosts. “You can just think about stuff,” said co-host Sunny Hostin. “Just think about…,”...
    Newly released bodycam footage shows Cook County deputies leading Jussie Smollett into his jail cell after the former Empire actor was sentenced to 150 days for lying to police about an alleged racist and homophobic attack in 2019. The footage, released to Chicago station WLS under a Freedom of Information Act request, shows three deputies patiently leading a handcuffed Smollett down a jail corridor right after his sentencing hearing. The actor's white button-down shirt gleamed under the fluorescent lighting as he was ordered to walk into a room and put his hands on the wall for a pat-down. A few seconds later, one deputy reassured him by telling him that he's being led by the same team that processed the R&B singer R. Kelly, who was arrested in 2019 on counts of racketeering and sex trafficking. Kelly was transferred to jail in Brooklyn, New York, where he awaits a possible life sentence. Using bodycams to record jail transports is not typical, but a former deputy US Marshal told WLS that it was prudent of the jail to do so in...
    Five days into his 75 day jail sentence, Jussie Smollett is now complaining that he is at risk of COVID in jail and is worried about his mental health so should be let out early.  Smollett, 39, is being held in the medical unit of the Cook County Jail.  His family say he is being held in the psych ward and that there's a note on the door of his cell saying he is at risk of self-harm - which they insist isn't true. They say it speaks to Smollett's courtroom outburst where he insisted he wasn't suicidal and claimed if anything happened to him in jail, it was at someone else's hand.  Now, the family is asking for him to be released again. They submitted an emergency motion in the appellate court on Monday, claiming he should never have been convicted.  Jussie Smollett in court on Thursday after being sentenced to 150 days in jail, of which he will serve half. He is now begging to be freed, claiming he is at risk of COVID because he is immunocompromised,...
    Fox's Tucker Carlson claimed those imprisoned for their involvement in the January 6 riot on Capitol Hill are being tortured while waiting for trial. In the latest episode of his new series, Patriot Purge, Carlson called the rioters 'American prisoners of war' and said the US has moved away from arresting foreign terrorist to focus on the ones at home.  'Suddenly America has political prisoners, American citizens. Some of whom committed no violence whatsoever on January 6, remain rotting in pre-trial detention in one of the worst jails in the country,' Carlson said in episode three of his documentary on Fox Nation.  Tucker Carlson claimed January 6 riot poisoners were being beaten and tortured by prison guards in politically motivated arrests in the latest episode of his Patriot's Purge series  Richard Barnett claims he and other prisoners were abused by guards at a Capitol prison Carlson has controversially labeled those who took part in the January 6 riots are patriots All three parts of Tucker Carlson Originals: Patriot Purge are available to stream now on @FoxNation. Plus, watch the first...
    Chaos reigns at New York City's notorious Rikers Island jail, with inmates said to be essentially running the crumbling facility and doing as they please, including one who recently hijacked a bus filled with prisoners and crashed it into a wall after the vehicle was left unattended with the keys still in the ignition.  The sprawling jail complex, which houses on average 4,800 inmates, has long been in the throes of what advocates have deemed a 'humanitarian crisis,' which has ignited protests and calls from lawmakers demanding that Rikers Island be shut down permanently. Since the beginning of the year, a dozen city inmates have died in custody, most of them at Rikers Island.  Chaos and violence reign at Rikers Island jail in New York City, prompting calls from lawmakers and advocates to shut it down What has been happening inside the sprawling jail has been called a 'humanitarian crisis'  The faciliy is said to be severely run down and unsafe for inmates and staff  The city´s jail system, troubled by years of neglect, has spiraled into turmoil during the...
    A man who broke into Eminem’s suburban Detroit home and allegedly told the rapper "he was there to kill him" has been sentenced to five years probation and time served. Matthew Hughes, 28, was sentenced last week by a Macomb County Circuit Court judge under a plea and sentencing deal with county prosecutors, the Macomb Daily reported. He was released after serving 524 days in the county jail. Hughes said little at the hearing and made confusing statements in his presentencing report, said his attorney, Richard Glanda. Eminem, who agreed with the outcome, did not attend the hearing. EMINEM 'STRESSED OUT' ABOUT MARIAH CAREY'S UPCOMING MEMOIR: REPORT Eminem reportedly detained an intruder who broke into his Detroit home after slipping past his gated residence. (Getty-MacombeCSO) Hughes wasn’t armed when he was discovered early on April 5, 2020, in Eminem’s home in Clinton Township. Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, was sleeping when he was awakened by the noise of Hughes breaking a kitchen door window with a brick paver. Hughes allegedly told the rapper "he was there to...
    A Tesla driver was arrested and jailed after a crossing guard accused him of striking her - only for doorbell cam footage to clear his name.    Joe Hernandez, 32, was accused by an Anne Arundel County Police crossing guard of 'intentionally striking her leg (and) causing a minor injury' on September 9. But footage shot from a nearby home shows that he did no such thing - and that the unnamed crossing guard actually backed into his car, without sustaining any sort of injury.   A nearby police officer put Hernandez in handcuffs in front of his girlfriend and her child and took him to jail, where he spent the night. He was charged with failure to render aid to an injured person, reckless driving, and negligent driving as well as second-degree assault, as reported by WJLA. 
    St. Joseph District Court Judge Jeffrey Middleton, seen in an older photo, threatened to bring the 'fool' in who had logged into court under a crass name A Michigan judge ripped into a 'fool' who logged into his virtual court appearance as 'Buttf**ker 3000.' St. Joseph District Court Judge Jeffrey Middleton presided while the man, Nathaniel Saxton, appeared over the Zoom conference on Tuesday on a count of possession of drug paraphernalia in the city of Three Rivers, Law & Crime reported. After the exchange, Saxton, who previously worked at a horse trailer factory, blamed the screenname on his sister while the angry judge noted that he almost had him put in jail for contempt of court.  'Then we'll bring this fool in,' the judge says at the start of the court appearance. The 'Buttf**ker 3000' name is seen on the screen as Saxton peers into his video chat box, the video shows.   'Good morning, sir, what's your name?' Middleton asks.  Saxton realizes the judge is talking to him and identifies himself. 'My name is Nathaniel Saxton, sir,' he says. Scroll down...
    The wife of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman has been arrested at Washington DC's Dulles Airport and charged with drug trafficking.  Emma Coronel, a 31-year-old former beauty queen with both U.S. and Mexican citizenship, was detained on Monday. She will appear in court on Tuesday, charged with participating in a conspiracy to distribute cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana for importation into the U.S.  She is also accused of helping her husband in his infamous July 11, 2015 escape through a tunnel dug beneath Altiplano prison, in Almoloya de Juarez, Mexico.  Emma Coronel, the 31-year-old wife of 'Chapo' Guzman, was arrested on Monday After Guzman was re-arrested in Mexico in January 2016, she is alleged to have engaged in planning yet another prison escape, before he was eventually extradited to the U.S. in January 2017. Guzman's lawyer, Eduardo Balarezo, told DailyMail.com he was not representing Coronel: it was unclear who her attorney was. 
    Sisters who stabbed their father to death in Russia are now facing a new investigation over whether they lied about killing him in self-defence. A Russian court has ordered prosecutors to examine claims that Mikhail Khachaturyan, 57, subjected daughters Krestina, Angelina and Maria to years of physical and sexual abuse before they stabbed him to death in 2018. It comes after Mikhail's relatives accused the trio of inventing stories of abuse in a bid to avoid jail, claiming they slaughtered their father in cold blood to inherit his money and property. The ruling is a blow to efforts by Krestina and Angelina, who were aged 19 and 18 when their father was killed, to avoid a murder charge and possibly 20 years in jail. A judge in Russia has ordered prosecutors to investigate whether Mikhail Khachaturyan (left), who was stabbed and beaten to death by his daughters in 2018, sexually abused sisters Krestina (center) and Angelina (right) before they killed him Maria has already been told she will not face the charge and will instead be sent to...
    Richard Barnett, 60, of Gravette, Arkansas will remain in custody while he awaits trial A federal judge has blocked the release of the Arkansas man photographed sitting at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's desk during the US Capitol riots, slamming his actions as 'brazen' and 'entitled'. US District Chief Judge Beryl Howell, of DC publicly spoke out against the violent insurrection for the first time during an hour-long court hearing for suspect Richard Barnett on Thursday. Barnett, 60, is charged with unlawfully entering a restricted area with a lethal weapon - a stun gun - as well as disorderly conduct and theft of public property. He faces up to 11 years in prison if convicted. Prior to the hearing, a magistrate judge in Arkansas had approved Barnett's release from custody, ruling that he could stay with his partner while he awaits trial.  Howell, however, reversed that decision Thursday on grounds that Barnett had shown a 'total disregard' for the law and the US Constitution, The Washington Post reported.   Barnett was photographed during the Capitol riot inside Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office...
    Every American president cares about their image, but Donald Trump’s instincts for self-promoting propaganda are rather more unusual than most. So perhaps we should not be too surprised that, according to reports, the President planned to wear a Superman T-shirt under his business suit when he emerged from his three-day hospital stay earlier this month. The pudgy 74-year-old repeatedly told aides that, like Clark Kent, he wanted to rip off his shirt and tie to display the T-shirt to mark his triumph over coronavirus, claimed the New York Times. Trump was persuaded to abandon the idea. But the extraordinary claim shows just how desperate this beleaguered President has become to reignite the fervour that once surrounded him. When his presidency ends, so does his automatic immunity from trial on criminal charges. A grand jury in Manhattan has already been investigating Trump on suspicion of bank, insurance and tax fraud Four years ago, positioning himself as an outsider from the Washington Establishment, Trump promised to ‘drain the swamp’. Now he is the swamp’s biggest monster. His prospects of winning a...
    A federal corrections officer caught a visitor sneaking contraband into a downtown Manhattan jail, then allegedly demanded sex for not arresting her on smuggling charges and having her barred from future visits. The officer, Robert Adams, was arrested Monday by the FBI for bribery and blackmail, several months after he began coercing the visitor into having sex with him, according to an indictment unsealed Monday in New York federal court. The case traces its origins back to July 2019, when Adams, who worked in the Metropolitan Correctional Center’s (MCC) visiting area, allegedly found a prohibited item on an inmate shortly after meeting with the visitor. The item is not specified in court filings; correctional facilities prohibit everything from narcotics to cigarettes to certain books. According to the indictment, Adams, 39, then confronted the unnamed visitor, and warned her that she would “be in trouble unless she met him at a nearby pizzeria.” When she showed up at the pizza parlor, Adams told her to get in his car so he could take her to a motel, where they would have...
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